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Daamqmr ;19. 1.qg2 ZIIELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Ch;"(stma,slow;t, U.S.A."', ShelLon, Washington PAGE 7 GLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS ALL iN LOSIVE IHTERVIEW "Billy broke our best teacup. Kitty's going to have kittens. Are you coming home soon, Daddy?' These were the startling revelations of a young woman when her father called home from business trip. (Her mother was happy to hear from him, too.) your good news with family and friends--it's the next being there. Why not this evening, after 6, (' the rates are lower? PACIFIC NORTHWEST BELL Wilson, Barnes Rally Little Climbers For First Win Of Season Surgirt irresistibl 5 behind the last quarter sharpshooting of Du- ane Wilson and Floyd Barnes, the Little Climbers produced their first basketball victory of the sea- son. 55-48. at East Bremerton on Tuesday night. It was sweet revenge for a 52-31 loss East handed them in Shelton gym 10 days earlier. Wilson hit for six points and Barnes for five during the fourth quarter comeback which wiped out a 42-41 tear] East held going into the period. Denny Bailey scored the other three and wound np with point honors for the victors with i4, one more than Wilson. East led at the three intermis- sions. 12-11. 26-23 and 42-41. but couldn'L hold off the determined forces of Coach Harold Wilson when it eotmted. It was Shelton's first success in four starts. The lineups: Shelton 55 East 48 Archer 2 f Pharr 18 Kelly 8 f Steinman 2 Wilson 13 c Berentsen 14 Winn 3 g Albertson 4 Fredson g Miller 4 Subs : Shelton---Bailey 14, Barnes 7. Brickert 5. Richards 3. East-- Love 2, Sokolowski 2. Eathorne 2, Mount. LADLES TRIOS W L Three Chicks ........................ 9 3 Powder Puffs ........................ 5 7 Senior Mama ........................ 5 7 Tapettes ................................. 5 7 High game--=Berna Johanson 183. High series Verna Johan- son 446. 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Dial lariats, numbers, symbols., squeeze embossing handle, pull the cut off trigger . . . that's oil I Icicles 19 37 Ladies Electric Shavers Lady Sunbeam s89'5 Shiok Ballerina ,99S I 3 rolls GIFT WRAP 98 value 10-Assorted Colors XHAS BOWS reg. 98 r i Whitman Samplers Almond Roca Aplets 00lTI-CCoMkeu RFE GAME SATURDAY BEST co,,,g, Basketball St, Marlins .om,ns, CHANC E FOR FIRST VICTORY vs Central Dec. 28 Shell:on gets a first-har, ?asia Ha]d pessm East kept the J urday nia'ht in another non-league of college basketball next week Shelton Highelinrbers off balance test. His absence east Shelton when the SL. Martins Rangera, from tipoff to final gun while a 51-50 overtime loss at Fife 10 coached by ex-Highcltmber mentor ]'acing to a 59-36 kings-X bas- ketball victory in Bremerton on Tuesday night. It was East's second straight over the Climbers, Lhis one much easier than the 55-47 success Of 10 days earlier at Shelton. The Climbers never coped with East's full-corn'S defense, but that wasn't all Neither were they as aggressive, alert .and speedy, It was a combination which at times made the Climbers look extreme- ly ragged. East broke to a 13-9 first quar- ter advantage and steadily built it. to 29-16 at the half. 45-22 at the final break. The Climbers again tossed the steadyng influence and strong re- boundng of 6-foot-3 Larry Paw- ell, still sidelined with a head injury aggravated in the first game with East Coaeh Jim Doherty hopes Paw- ell will be available when the Highlimbers host Fife this Sat- days ago. If Powell is ready the Climbers stand a strong chance of hanging up their first victory of the season. They've lost their first four so far. Senior forward Ran Orr topped Shelton scoring Tuesday with 10 tallies and surprisingly earned game honors with that total. East's scoring was neatly spread among 11 of 12 plajers who got into the game. wiLh John Tracy high at nine. The lineups: East 59 Shelton 36 Kennedy 4 f Or]' 10 Richardson 8 f Towle 1 Johnston 7 c Anderson Traey 9 g Swisher 6 Gibson 3 g Walker 4 Subs: East--Mayer 6. Huguenin 6, Winderl 4,. Slate 4. Fisher 4. Berteaux 4 Strachen Shelton-- Kadoun 7, Richards 4, Batmes 2, BrickerL 2, Olson. Jeffery. Score by Quarters Shelton ........... 9 7 6 14--36 East ................ 13 16 16 13---59 NORTH HASON SPORTS NEWS Bulldogs Drop Two Close Decisions To Wright Academy, Chimacum Hoop Rivals By Deunis Shelly I Morey 8 Gerber 6. McDonald 4 BELFAIR - Unable to hold I Wright 3, Pascoe 2, Frank; back the sharp-shooting of The Bulldogs' home opener; held Wright's Mike Ellis. the Bulldogs went down in defeat. 45-40, Tues- day of last week. Ellis' 22 points accounted for nearly half of his team's total score but the Bull- dogs' scoring honors were divided three ways, giving the Wright Academy something to watch-out for. Wayne Crosswhite, Tom Me- Kay, and Gary Miller each had 10 points for NM. with Rick An- derson tallying 9, and Jay Allen eontributing a single tally. Wright had taken Lhe early lead with NM. catching up for an 11-11 score going into Lhe second quarter The Bulldogs were out- scored 17-8 in the second stanza of play, but they made a spirited comeback in the second half by outscoring the Terriers 6-5 in the third quarter and 15-12 in the final period of play. Guard Gary Mille]" was having an "off" night, but when the pivot man. Tom McKay, fouled out in the second half, the team almost fell apart. Quickly recovering, the Bulldogs made a fine comeback running the Terriers into the ground. Score by Quarters North Mason ..11 8 6 15--40 Chas, Wright 11 17 5 12 45 Individual scoring went: (NM) Crosswhite 10. McKay 10, Miller 10. Anderson 9. Allen 1, Whitman, Shelly, Merrill; tC\\;V/ Ellis 22. Friday, Dec. 13, was a little on the unlucky side for the NM Leant to have the Chimacum Cowboys creep away with a 47-42 nod. A lasL-minute 1;ally by the Cow- boys put the game in the sack. Having led most of the way, the Bulldogs were hacked to a 40-39 lead with only a minute and a half to play. The Cowboys then sank four straight baskets, the Bulldogs only one, before the final buzzer. Keener competition could- n't have been found anywhere else than on the floor that night. Gary Miller took team honors. but he tied wiLh the Cowboys' Bud O'Donnell for game honors, both with 14. Second place hon- ors went to Bulldog Rick Ander- son and Cowboy Duke Shold. each pumping 12 points. Scoring went: North Mason .. 6 18 11 7---42 Chimacum ...... 11 9 14 13--47 Individual scoring went: t NM) Miller 14. Anderson 12, Cross- white 6. MeKay 5. Shelly 3. Al- len 2, Merrill; ICHIM. I O'Donnell 14. Shold 12 (Dick. Duke Shold 8, Snyder 8. Nelson 3. Morgan 2. Curtis. B. Snyder, Nordberg. The Bulldogs hosted Charles Wright Academy last Tuesday, and they will host Quilcene to- morrow. League competition for the Bulldogs doesn't start until Jan. 3. when the Bulldogs travel to Port Townsend. BIRD HUNTERS SUCCEED WELL ON EAST SIDE Near-zero temperatures which they endured for two nights and days were compefiated in excel- lent bird shooting for a quartet of Shelton nimrods last weekend. Tom Ogden, Bill Loving, Gene White and Bud Dooms camped in a 14-fool trailer with their two bird dogs and were rewarded with near-limits in boLh ducks and pheasants in the area near the small community of George Wash- ington. Some snow fell during their Friday night to Sunday afternoon stay. This was the second trip to the area for Tom and Bud, who took a fling aL pheasant hunting early in the season accompanied by Bud Franklin. At that time the weath- er was so warm they took a deep freezer along to conserve their ELKS CHARGE HARD TO DOWN KNIGHTS MATLOCK--Quinault turned on the hoop heat in the second quar- ter to melL Mary M. Knight's first quarter advantage and rode on to a 65-54 triumph over the Owls at Quinault Tuesday night. The Owls winged to a 15-13 margin in the opening period but found themselves trailing by 33- 22, the eventual victory margin, by halftime as Lhe Elks staged a 20-point charge. Four Owls hit double figures, led by Jerry DeFoer and Bob Trenckmann with 13 each. JetTy West had 11 and Bob Stodden 10. Quinault also won the B squad game, 36-21. The lineups: Qttinatflt 65 Knight 54 B. Theel 26 f Hollatz 4 Hicks 10 f J.DeFoer 13 Esses 5 c Trenckmann 13 Slimp 18 g SLodden 10 Bell 4" g Walker 1 Subs: Quinault Wormer 2, D. Theel. Farmer. Brunet, Ams- uury. Knight WesL 11. Dale 2, Valley, Shaw, Palmer. Score by Quarters Quinault ......... 13 20 17 15--65 Knight ............ 15 7 13 19-- 54 BANTAM LEAGUE W L Jay-Birds ........................ 28 11 Cook's Plant Farm .... 26 13 Shelton Journal ............ 25 14 V,F.W. Auxiliary ........ 22 16& Wilson Mill .................... 16 23 Willour Insurance ........ 15 22 Timber Bowl ................ 12V2 269 Lions Club .................... 11 28 High games-Susie Bloomfield 96, Clmek Thompson 175. High series Susie Bloolnfield 185, Chuck Tlmmps0n 340. OUTDOORS IN MASON COUNTY birds, qt:iLe in contrast to last weekend's temperatures. STEELHEADING SLOW Steelhead seekers found fishing still slow and the specimens gen- erally small over the past week. Best of the lot was George VaN ley's 14-pounder but as usual he was cagey about where he took it. Other catches were reported by Jerry Liles. who had a pair from different waters on the same trip lasL Thursday, a %0 from the Dosewallips and 5-8 from the Harems Hamma; Dave Woods. a small one from Lhe Goldsborougn Sunday; Dave Clark, 5-4. Skoko- mash Sunday; Ellen Greenwood . 8-0, Chehalis Sunday; Ralph Hilli- goss, 6-1). Skokomish Sunday; Lew SysLma. 7-4, Skokomish Mon- day; Burgess, 7-8, Satsop Satur- day; Cliff Coutts. 8-0, Satsop Thursday. Dick Glaser and Jack Smith tried the salL water and came up wiLh catches off Ha,line Island Wednesday last week. Dick's at 13-2, Jack's aL 5-3.. BoLh were kings Jerry Vermillion. shifts its homd game with Central Washington State College, to the ShelLon gym on Saturday, Dee. 28. Along with Vermillion. the Ran- gers also will present another one- lime Highelimber cage ace, Jerry Bloomfield, who played two years under Vermillion and is now a member of the Ranger squad for his second season. Lasl yea]" Bloomfield played regularly as a freshSan guard. This year he hasu'l been start- ing so far but has been No. 1 reliever in the baekeourt and as such has been contributing heav- ily Lo St. Martins searing, hitting in double figures several times so far. St. Martins has a muscular squad this season and Bloomfield. at 5-10 and 150 pounds, is one of the smallest of its members, but also one of its fastest and cleverest as a ball-handler and play-maker. The game is being sponsored locally by the Shelton Junior Chamber of Commerce. Tip-off Lime is 8:00 p.m. wiLh admisslon prices scaled at $1.00. 50 cents and 25 pants--for adultS, students and children under 12. WANDERERS ENJOY PERFEGT 8-FOR-8 Behind the pin tumbling at Stan Ahlquist in the morning and Lloyd Clark in the afternoon Shelton's entry in the Wander- ing Eight bowling league enjoyed a perfeet day at the Timber Bowl Sunday. Stm stacked up 600 puts on the nose as he sparked a 4-0 vic- tory over Harbor Lanes (Aber- deen) and Lloyd hit 588 after lunch for a cleansweep over La- eey. When one led the other was his besL helper, Lloyd supporting Stan with  544 morning series and Stan backing Lloyd with a 544 in the afternoon. The day's 8-'0 record hoisted the Sheltoni&ns right into the thick of the title chase. S WEEK-END S A SPECIALS A L V Thurs., Friday E & Saturday E '63 FALCON RANCHERO ................ s1895 101 HP engine, 6,000 miles '62 TEMPEST ...................................... $1895 4-dr. sta. wagon '59 FORD CUSTOM ................................ s895 300 4-door '60 RAMBLER AMERICAN .................. s995 2 dr. station wagon '59 STUDEBAKER LARK .................... s895 2 dr. H.T. - V-80.D. '56 FORD CUSTOM ................................ $495 2 dr. 6 cyl. '55 FORD CUSTOMLINE ...................... =395 2 dr. 6 cyl. "56 PLYMOUTH .................................... s445 Suburban, 2 dr. V-8 Auto. '53 FORD 2 DR. H.T ............................... $_q V-8 - O.D. '55 FORD CREW BUS ............................ $345 30 passenger - good for a big camper '45 4x4 1 TON .......................................... $245 Steel Flat Bed '41 FORD TON .................................... s150 Pickup JIM PAULEY INC. 5th & Railroad Phone 426-8231 Bu Rose Bob Wolden FOR THE BOWLER THIS CHRISTMAS Tournament Christmas Fiesta HAM SHOOT One 8-lb. Fiesta Boneless Ham for every 7 entries, 75% handicap to 200, divisions for both men and women, to be run off THIS WEEK.END Holidays Mixed DOUBLES SWEEPER where the galaand the guys can compete together _ . - _! FOR THE JUNIORS Again we are staging our popular ]tOLID#YS TRIO TOURNAMENT Ask for Complete Det'ails GIFTS Special Christmas bargain prices on BOWLING BALLS x See us about having a new ball fitted correctly for the bowler on your Christmas List. 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