The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on May 10, 1970 · Page 22
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 22

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Honors to Union Members for ! 0*1 Matties' Sunday ftifiiif it !-M«yH,- i Third N Des Moines Symphony Orchestra Conductor Willis Page receives a piece, of Beethoven's birthday cake from Mrs. Donald Sloan String Ensembles in Banks For D.M. Symphony Week ':.. Two string quartets and a string quintet will be playing in Des.Moines bank lobbies Friday and Saturday as part of Symphony Week here. Sttty-Five union members representing 24 local .unionrand thirty trades and Industries have received Union Counselor diplomas for having s'uccessful- l y completed the training course which consists of a two hour session, one evening a week for eight weeks. The graduates" attended this \course on a voluntary basis. ' The Union Counselor Course is designed to train members "to assist felfoW workers and other citizens in the community with health and welfare problems. L. U. No. % Bricklayer* , Jack W. Anthony. Paair Conr«th, Lurrv \ Musseirnan. No. 11 Mailhandlers Aiv» D. LI>(W. Robert J. V«t«l. L. and U. No._33 Plumbers Steamfitter* [ NMI O. Hsroer. Dick Ashley, John Miller, Rex L. Kehoe.\ Slthurd N. Mtadqwi, Dennis L. Smttn, Ofln»i<l E. Sneddon, M. Ac C»m'«ron, . • „ L. V. Nff. 4$ fiatberft Itx'iS Sheet Metal Workers . T«rry JL|« Moil, DOrtald W. Thomoson: John_p. Pirry, FraiM A. Hermavw. L. U. NO. 71 Bookbinders Thilma L. •Summers. L. U. No. 88 printing Pressmen Ray Hodson, Jr., Ctrl E. Anderwni-Ren Lehman. . L. U.. No. 106 Carpenters and .loiners, Phillo Gilbert, Glenn W. Potts, Hurry L. Kittirrnan. ;.,.; _... . . , ^ L. U. No. 90 teamsters , Or* s. Smith, Wlims Hinrichs,. J. E. Nichols. L. U. No. 246 Lithographers and Photoengravers James Strand. Ellen Sue Strand. L. U. No. 258 United Cement. Lime and Gypsum Workers Bernard Mldthun. L. U. No. 310 U.R.W.A. Roger 6M« St*f*nl. Randall Rail. L. U. No. 347 t.B.E.W. John Watrous. L. U. No. 35Z Letter"Carrier* Leo BienfanS, J*m« Poii«rd, Serf feuis. John AA. lieweifyn, Norman 8. Kosnen. L. U. No. 36? Mesttctttters Amanda Carbenter, Iren* Srned"«srBflr8- ihv Le« cartel L. U. No. 441 Amalgamated j transit Union __J 0; L. 'Jones. L. U. No. 479 Machinist Robert R. SrffilfflH. Kthneth Burr. L. U. No. 4491.B.E.W> , Charl«s C..«u»h, Richard Slrfus. \ L tJ. Nb. 552 U.A.W. K«rmlt Flsh«r, jr.. Paul 6. Mlrtln. L. U. N«. 1S13 Machifllst Cl»r«nei V. Keith, 6Srv birinlsttW. L. U. No. -tfM Gov't. Employees ; Symphony Week, proclaimed by Mayor Thomas Urban, is in hdnor of the 200th anniversary of Beethoven's birth, and will 'culminate in the Des Moines - §ymprrony~0rchestra ! s-perform' ance of his Ninth Symphony Sunday night. The ensembles, comprised of orchestra members, will be playing works by Beethoven in -the banks. •* On Friday from noon to 1 p.m., the quartets will appear at "Bankers Trust, Central National, lowa-Des Moines, Valley, and East Des Moines National banks. The quintet will perform Saturday Bank. at Capital City State Members of the. first quartet are James Brauninger and Sheri Cook, viola, and Esther Blackburn, cello. In the second quartet are Janice Wade and Sheryl | Kutscher, violins, Jack Borg, viola, and Rosemary Rahlson, ceHorQuintet-members-are-Mar4 ion Katzmann and Elizabeth I Bergstrom, violins, Karen Mus-l| ser, viola, Elizabeth Naughton, i cello, and Celine Sloane, bass, j The orchestra also held a j Beethoven's birthday party, ; complete with cake, after last | week's rehearsal. ' Three full rehearsals with i I soloists and chorus are scheduled this week: Tuesday night and Saturday afternoon at North High School and Sunday after- j noon at KRNT Theater. [ The concert is Sunday at i 8 p.m. at KRNT. Tickets will be I Mark ward, violins, Marlys ! on sale at the door. HY-VEE GRANTS [T010IOWANS I (The Register'i Iowa News Service) : CHARITON, IA. - Ten Iowa high school seniors employed par l-time in Hy-Vee Food Stores and at the company headquarters here have been awarded four-year college Scholarships by Hy-Vee Food Stores, Inc. : The scholarships bring to 20 the number 'of four year _ awards granted by the Chariton tompany in the last two years. « Each winner is eligible to t receive $500 yearly, renew- 'able for four years. They •«may select any college or "'university accredited by its national accrediting body and -are unrestricted as to choice of major study."~^~ ~~ , ^Winners of the 1970 awards, and their high schools are: Stephen Lee Dole, Eldora High School, Dennis Hlavka, and Stephen Hobt, Chariton Community High School, Kathleen Jerde,_Regis High School, Cedar Rapids, Roger Johnson, Webster City High School, George Lawsqn, Hoover High School,- Des Moines, Stephen Norris, Mount Pleasant High School, Patrick Roach, Dowling High School, Des Moines, Michael Stephenson, Washington High School, Cedar Rapids,- and ..Richard Singsank, Notre Dame High School, Burlington. ' To be eligible, students must tie .employed full or part time by Hi-Vee or be sons or daughters of the full time company employes.- Selection was based .on results of college entrance ;jests, high school grades, extracurricular a n d citizenship. STEPHEN LEE DOLE DENNIS HLAVKA STEPHEN HOIT KATHLEEN JERDI ROGER JOHNSON GEORGE LAWSON MICHAEL STEPHENSON RICHARD SINGSANK HAIRSTVLING PRIZE (Tht< Rtglster'j Iowa News Service) GUTTENBERG, IA. - Roger -Zach of Giittenberg won third place in hairstyling at .the recent Wisconsin's Greatest Bar-!. •her Show in Milwaukee. ! STEPHEN MORRIS •tu> PATRICK ROACH f '"**J O4JM« *^fl&f ^M^PIHF ML t\JHI ARNCJl U ,uul (ifjtl If E • UiuminMetheteiii Jumbles, . one letter to each tquare, • to form «ix ordinary words. NUGHAT 1 WSOGE JELL4D GR4TTE P4RTVB U Now amijuje th* circled leti*r» to form the furpruc MMWCT, M »u»tit*dbf the alxw* cartoon. word gawe every d»y io Tte Register. (Aaswers appear oa Book Page la this section.) I Brown, Donald R. ProcK, loo. jamti L. Pet«r>. Women's Auxiliary Henry c. 6r«wn, Oanald , J«m«s L. Srsoo. Jamtl L. Peten. , Lett E', Joanne nl« F. MeD cannon, AIM L. .. AnaellnA Lemmo, intz K. Stameerx.. . , .Coral West. „ Jfln- , Horn. Easier jrv A. 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