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September 2016 PUBLISHER: Stan Woody EDITOR: Doug Barker ADVERTISING MGR: Jo Treadwell CIRCULATION MGR: Kris Cearley PRODUCTION MGR: Martin Osburn ADVERTISING SALES: Mary Anne Bagwell Kathy Bradt Donna Brewer Brent Hunter

Schedule of Events .....7 Dedication & Playday Court ..............7 Past All-Around Champions ................. 11 2015 Elks Parade Results........................ 12 2015 Playday Results........................13

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Gordy Mauhl takes a throw during a tie-breaker round for third place in the open axe throw event at last year's Logger's Playday competition.

52nd annual Loggers Playday set for Hoquiam on Saturday BY DAVID SWINDLER The Daily World

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ragging rights are on the line Saturday at the 52nd annual Hoquiam Loggers Playday at Olympic Stadium. The popular event celebrates the Harbor’s long-standing logging tradition and is a source of pride for the entire community. Don Barton and Joe Dugay, two local guys who have attended the Playday since its very beginning, can tell you anything you ever wanted to know about it. Barton was the chairman of the

event in 1983 and Dugay in 1998. Back in the day both were competitors — and frequent winners at the logging show contests — and both have been judges of the show for at least 30 years. “My father was one of the 10 who started the first Loggers Playday,” Barton said. “The idea for it began back in Idaho at a Boy Scout troop, when they had one of their big rallies. They had a little exhibition of some logging competitions. Bill Anthony and Jack Reynvaan were back there. So they said ‘OK, why don’t we go back and on Hoquiam’s 75th • SEE PLAYDAY| PAGE 5

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Playday Diamond Jubilee, why don’t we have an exhibition logging competition.’ So they got together 10 people and each put up $100 and they got something started. It went over pretty big.” Barton explained the very first event held was part of the Diamond Jubilee and it wasn’t until the next year that it was officially the Loggers Playday. He said he competed in the very first contests which were held at Emerson Field before the event moved to Olympic Stadium where it became an evening extravaganza. “It was the only nighttime logging show on the West Coast,” Barton said. “It was unique, and a lot of people really loved it and we had huge crowds. It spilled over into standing room only for a few years.” Dugay said he attended the very first event and hasn’t missed one since. Eventually he became a competitor. “I competed for 12 years in the tugo-war. We never got beat,” Dugay said. “The secret is to have a truck dispatcher

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who says ‘I’ve got a new man for you Joe, he’s about 300 pounds.’” Both men agree the event is a tremendous asset for the community. “The community is really behind us,” said Barton. “Hoquiam Loggers Playday has been a huge part of the community. The Playday Committee has done so much for Olympic Stadium. We put in French drains for the football field and the baseball field. We replaced every worn out plank in that whole stadium, built the concession stand and built the firewall. All that stuff back in those days was considered around $300,000 worth of work.” The community still stands solidly behind the event. “Now we’re getting crowds of 4,5005,500 each year, depending on weather, etc,” Dugay said. “It’s holding pretty steady.” That’s pretty impressive considering the downturn of the timber industry. “In 1980 this place was going crazy with timber going up and down the coast,” Barton said. “Then we had the spotted owl, and it killed us. Plus you put DAVID SWINDLER | THE DAILY WORLD

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innovative machinery in the woods and nobody climbs for a living anymore. Every timber company had a high climber. These skills are not wanted anymore and were losing them, so the only thing that’s going to keep these kids climbing and wanting to climb is a little prize money at the end of the rainbow.” This year the prize money will range from $25 to $400, depending on the event and where the contestant places. Top dollars will go to the winners of the choker setting and power saw bucking events. Other events include; the ax throw,

log chop, obstacle pole bucking, double hand bucking, spring board chop, novice speed climb, Frank Drolz truck driving and binder throwing, relay race and allaround logger event. Besides the competition, there will be exhibition log rolling, hot saw exhibition and a giant fireworks show. When asked if they were going to compete in the Playday show this year, Barton and Dugay both laughed and answered with a definitive “No!” They may not compete, but they wouldn’t miss it for the world. The Loggers Playday festivities start off with a 6 a.m. pancake breakfast at Our Lady of Good Help. At noon, the Hoquiam Elks Lodge will hosts its annual Grand Parade. The route begins on Early Way and ends on 8th and K streets.


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PAST ALL-AROUND CHAMPIONS 1991 — Mel Lentz 1992 — Rob Waibel 1993 — “Little” Bill Miller 1994 — Mike Forrester & “Little” Bill Miller 1995 — Rob Waibel 1996 — Mike Forrester 1997 — Mike Forrester 1998 — Mike Forrester & Larry Vessey Sr. 1999 — Rob Waibel 2000 — Mike Forrester 2001 — Mike Forrester 2002 — Mike Forrester 2003 — Mike Forrester 2004 — Rob Waibel 2005 — Rob Waibel 2006 — Mike Forrester 2007 — Mike Forrester 2008 — Brian Bartow 2009 — Mike Forrester 2010 — Mike Forrester 2011 — Brian Bartow & Mike Forrester 2012 — Brian Bartow 2013 — Brian Bartow & Rob Waibel 2014 — Mike Forrester 2015 — Rob Waibel

1965 — N/A 1966 — Jim Merrill 1967 — Frank Hale 1968 — Hugh McKay & Frank Hale 1969 — Hugh McKay 1970 — Hugh McKay 1971 — Don Barton 1972 — Jack Adams Sr. 1973 — Bernie Clinkingbeard 1974 — Jack Adams Sr. 1975 — Jack Adams Sr. & Bernie Clinkingbeard 1976 — Truman Santiago 1977 — Truman Santiago 1978 — Jack Adams Sr. 1979 — Daryl Graham 1980 — Darrel Pickett 1981 — Gary Talley 1982 — Darrel Pickett 1983 — Daryl Graham 1984 — Jack Adams Sr. 1985 — Daryl Graham 1986 — Daryl Graham 1987 — Mel Lentz 1988 — Mel Lentz 1989 — Daryl Graham 1990 — Mel Lentz

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2015 LOGGERS PLAYDAY RESULTS ALL-AROUND LOGGER Rob Waibel HIGH-POINT LOCAL LOGGER Derek Such POWER SAW 1. Mel Lentz, 26.48 2. John Parcell, 27.32 3. Brian Sheridan, 27.38 4. Josh Stoken, 28.0 5. TJ Bexten, 28.5 CHOKER SETTING 1. Jake Forrester, 13.52 2. Cody Labahn, 17.35 3. Clay Stephenson, 18.08 4. Mike Johnson, 18.90

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2015 results MA AND PA BUCKING 1. David Moses, Jr. and Natasha Strand, 20.88 2. Mike and Sandra Forrester, 22.12 3. David and Erin Cramsey, 26.15 4. Jeff Skirvin and Amy McNeil, 28.56 5. Mel Lentz and Justine Bexten, 30.1 OPEN DOUBLE BUCKING* 1. David Cramsey and Mike Forrester 2. Rob Waibel and Jeff Skirvin 3. David Moses, Jr. and Brad White 4. TJ Bexten and Mel Lentz 5. Eric Hoberg and Clay Stephenson *Due to a time-keeping error, no times were collected for this event. SPRING BOARD CHOP 1. Rob Waibel, 1.22.24 2. David Moses Jr., 1.22.76 3. Mel Lentz, 1.26.60 4. Jeff Skirvin, 1.34.94 5. Josh Stoken, 1.38.90

LOG CHOP 1. Rob Waibel, 21.23 2. Mike Forrester, 22.45 3. Mel Lentz, 23.39 4. Cody Labahn, 25.26 5. David Moses Jr., 27.74

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