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ITT Rayonier Dr. Louis H. Beck has retired from ITT Rayonier's Olympic Research Division at Shelton. He had twenty-two years of Company service. The announcement was made here by Olympic Research Division then joined Rohm and Haas, a Philadelphia chemical firm, and served there until joining Rayonier. Dr. Beck and his wife, Catherine, are presently building a "We urgently protest against the five-megaton underground nuclear explosion scheduled for next October on Amchitka Island," declared the last resolution adopted by the Washington State Federation of Democratic Women at its 1971 convention held July 15, 16 at the ttoliday Inn near Everett. This resolution was presented by Mrs. Anne Jacobsen of Pierce County. Urge radiation in 1957 he wrote, 'The Atomic Energy Commission has continually given out assurances that we have nothing to worry about, and yet we find, using testimony from their own experts, that there is reason to worry.' "The Bikini blast in March, 1954, spread far more radiation over the Pacific than was expected. A Hiroshima-sized explosion underground in Nevada last year caused radio-active fallout in thirteen states and Canada. CYO Sponsors new home at Olalla in KitsapTeen Age Dance Manager Dr. Edwin L. Lovell.County. He plans to landscape it It was drafted by Alice Franklin Beck joined Rayonier at the himself. "Night Hawk", a group Bryant, a member of City-Wide Shelton laboratory in 1949. He The Becks have been married composed of three young men Democratic Club and chairman of from Shelton and one from Seattle Branch Women's began his career as a research 37 years. Theyhave two children: Bellingham, will play for a International League for Peace chemist with the Division and left Edward, 3 1, an aeronautical as Assistant Manager in 1960 to engineer with General Dynamicsteenage dance sponsored by the and Freedom. take over as Manager of the in San Diego; and Richard, 29,local CatholicYouthOrganization Mrs. Bryant says: "This Rayonier Canada (B.C.) Ltd. who is with the U. S. State Saturday night. Research Division. In 1969 heDepartment and recently The dance will be from 9 p.m. undergroundcannikin,, sched'aledexplsin'about'PrjeCtoct. 1 returned to Shelton as Assistant completed a two-year tour at the to midnight at the Shelton is a five-megaton blast. That to the Manager until retirement. American embassy in Vietnam. Armory. means it is equivalent to five Born April 16, 1906, Beck Beck is a member of the Members of the Night Hawk million tons'of TNT - it is 250 grew up in Pratt, Kansas, andTechnical Association of the Pulp are Jim Kelly, Jim Reeder and times as powerful as the bomb graduated with a B.S. in and Paper Industry, the Canadian Chris Clinton from Shelton, and which destroyed Hiroshima. chemistry from what is now Forest Products Association, the Ed Vasquez from Bellingham. "Yet the Atomic Energy , ..... AUGU 3 Kansas State University. In 1931 Forest Products Society, and ]'he group has played mostlyCommission is giving out the ST 12 & 1 he received a Ph.D in chemistry Kiwanis. Besides landscaping, he : in Seattle and Bellingham. This usual reassurances that it will do from the University of Illinois. He enjoys skiing and traveling,wilt be their first appearance in no harm. After Congressman Chet Ten Washington Dealers Admission $1.00 Shelton. Holifield conducted hearings on Class Of 1917 Has Reunion CHIMPS will be a feature of the DeWayne Will perform twice in Shelton on August orship of the Shelton Lions Club. 11 [gia of the Under the Big mOdern day )roughly Is in store ages When the COmes to 1 for two the auspices rnaining g -anada, the CUs features animals galore, hilarious clowns, acrobats, aerialists, disciplined canine curies, jugglers, spectacular trampoline and teeterboard artists, plus many other thrilling circus acts. Performances are scheduled for 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tickets, at $2 for adults and $1 for children from 5 to 11, are available at Johnny's Music Box, Bob's Shoe Tree, Coast-to-Coast Store and Seattle-First National Bank. The Shelton High School graduating class of 1917 held its 54th class anniversary reunion at the tlerbert Angle home here recently. Special guests were Prof. H. Enzo Loop, Port Orchard, superintendent of the district in 1 91 7; Mrs. Gertrude Gabbert Prior, Sunnyvale, Calif., Dora Fredson, Shelton, and Ellinor McCready Walker, Portland, former teachers , and Lillian Landell, Gertrude Buchanan and Florence McLennan, all of Seattle, guests of Mrs. Prior. The group decided to hold the reunion this year rather than wait until next year and its 55th graduation anniversary, because of Mrs. Prior's visit in Seattle. The class of 1917 was the eighth class to graduate from Shelton High School and the first to hold a 50th class reunion. The 50th reunion was held in 1967. Members of the class who attended the event this year were Gladys Odson Anderson, Great Falls, Mont.; Pearl Sheffield Fiene, Cosmopolis; Cora Gingrich Chase, Vaughn; C. Albert Fisk, Milton Brumbaugh, Della Barrett Ambler, Leila Bagley Oiler, Teckla Erickson Anderson, Nellie Nelson, Josephine Nelson Moss, Harold Hunter, Clarence Wivell and Herbert Angle, all of Shelton. Members of the class not able to attend were Allie Robinson and Dorothy Barnard Stranck, Shelton; Mary Pringle Parker, Michigan; Arvilla Dunbar, Seattle, and Robert Swan, Oregon. At Hurry! Supplies may be limited! TWO FINGER MUG Regularly 39 ............................ FANCY KEY CHAIN Regularly 39 Each .................... KIDDIES PLAY RINGS 2 On Card. Regularly 29 ................... CARD VINYL TOTE BAG Regularly 98 ............................ 9t NOW 99 NOw g" 29 RegUlarly 29/~ NOW NOW Radcliffe, of nursing General ~d director ity xq Vdth the local ears. ~por a grandson, Prices good Thursday through Saturday Only Reg. 1 5 ea. 8P.M. 11 PINT. REGULARLY 59 NOW Photo, Autograph, Address, etc., Books. Reg. 49 ......... NOW SLIDES OR PRINTS $ USE IN OFFICE OR HOME ONLY 8-1 OZ. BARS ONLY PLAYTEX, REGULARLY 98 r 19 RUBBER GLOVES Regularly 49 .............................. ASST. PAINT BRUSHES Values to 98 ............................ 8" SCISSORS Regularly $1.19 ................. LADLES' COSMETIC SET 4-Piece. Regularly $2.00 ..................... . MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS Regularly $2.19 ........................... 17 FINGER TIP TOWELS Assorted Colors. Reg. 29 .................. ADDRESS BOOKS Regularly 29 ............. ASSTD. KITCHEN GADGETS Values to $1.49 ............. PLASTIC CEREAL BOWLS Regularly 29 ea ....... For FANCY COINS PURSES Assorted Regularly 39 .............. PLAYING CARDS Regularly 39 ............ PLASTIC MUGS For Regularly 29 ea ........ RECEIVING BLANKETS Regularly 99 ............. NOW NOW 8x10 Reg. 89 NOW Regularly 39 JUMBO SPONGE ............ AT Open 9:30 to 7:30 weekdays and 9:30 to 6 p.m. Saturday 5th & Franklin 426-3327 350 STORES THROUGHOUT TEN WESTERN STATES EVERGREEN SQUARE SHELTON Thursday, August 5, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 13