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Mr. and Mrs. Orva] Allensworth Caretakers At Park in Farmington (The Register's Iowa News Service) FARMINGTON, IA. - Orval Allensworth of Des Moines is the new caretaker at Indian Lake Park, Farmington. Allensworth, 60, is a retired truck driver. He worked for United Buckingham, at Des Moines in both long-distance • and local hauling and has been a trucker for 35 years. His wife Joyce, a registered nurse at Mercy Hospital, Des .. Moines, will be here each weekend from Thursday through Sunday. The Allensworths will live in their 28-foot mobile home at the park. ''- - . ' POElRYWUP- LISTS WINNERS fThe Register's Iowa News Sen/Ice) Winners in the Iowa Poetry Day Association Contest for 1970 are: ADMITTED WITH 'AWARD 1 (Th* Register's Iowa News Service) 1 AMES, IA. — Another group of outstanding high school students has been admitted "With lecognition and Award" at Iowa tate University. Students admitted "With Recognition and Award" have compiled superior academic records in high school. They rank n the top 2 per cent of their graduating classes and many are the No. 1 student in the senor class. On enrolling at Iowa State next fall each of the honored students will receive $100. In addition, certificates are sent to high school principals .for presenta- ion to the students. Listed by their home addresses are the students and the urricula in which they will en- ADULT GENERAL CONTEST: - P'f»t - Bernard P. Walusz, Kucmper School, Carroll; second - Margaret Wolff -GTrlan/, jB' Sewnd 7ve7Tw.', Waverly,. and th rd — James F Bray Braywood Farms, Oskaloosa. CONCEPT OF PEACE CONTEST! First - Naomi Gay, 1410 E. ave., N.E., -_. .~... r>1 __J Clai tnir «t., S.W., Waverly, HUMOROUS OR irk t »rly. drive., Cedar Falls, and Kahler, 301 Eleventh LIGHT VERSE CON- First - Craig E. Sathoff, 510 Oak, Iowa Fallsi second - Vivian Buchan,_«05 Whll- Ing aye., Iowa City, and third —.Naomi Gay, 1410 E. ave., N. E., Cedar Rapids. THIRTEENTH ANNUAL AGNES V FLANNERY MRMORIAL. CONTEST: Flr»J-Bernadrne L. Terney, Rlcevlllei .second— Luane Frank, Jli S. chestnut aye.. New HamDton, and third — C Rendrlckson of Mason City. COLLEGE DIVISION: First — Eleanora E. Tate, Des Moines; Carol F. . second — Gayle Thersen. Newton, Third — Pat Deland, Fayette. and GRADE JWILVE: First — Mark Reag..., . _.. ond.,— .Helen. Stegner, Muscatine, eagan, Fort Dodae; sec«"".— nei»n otegner, Muscatine, and third — Steve Kersten, Fort Dodge. GRADE ELEVEN: First — Sam Kerpela, Des Moinesi second - Lela Bllllngton, Waterloo, and James Wleqel Charter Oak, a tie; third Lou Ann Jacksen, New Hampton, and Jeff • Clark, Olin, a tie. GRADE TEN: , First-Jean Bremert. Carroll; second >-~ Eg Kennedy, New Hamtpon, and Patricia O'BrJen, Fort Dodge, a tie; third — jasefc. Fort Dodge, and Reba GRADK NINH: . First — Kent Brown and Sue Pierce, ow« Falls, a tie; second - Kim Uch- lyama, Des Moines; third — Mike Robinson, Knoxville, and Cathy Schaefer, Iowa GRADE EIGHT! First — Karen Oullrl, Cedar Rapids and Pamela Thomas, Sibfey, a tie; seconc — Patti Jones. Williamsburg, and Debbie Penneck. Newton, attire; third — Robert Flanders, Cedar Rapids, and Jeffrey Thompson, Iowa City, a tie. GRADE SEVEN: , First — Wendy Ecker, Cedar Rapids; second - M chae Salinas, Cedar Rapids, and David Wampler, Allerton, a tie; third - LuAnn Car son, troy- mills, and Linda Lewis, Grlswoid, a tie. GRADE SIX: First — Julia Goplerud, Mason City; second-Jane Shyttleworth, Cedar Rapids; and, Dorothy Polk, Waterloo, a tie; third — Anni Seidl, Cedar Rapids, and Robert Koop, Clinton, a tie. GRADE FIVE: .First - Jesle Tebben, Waverly, and Jeff -McMan gel. Council Bluffs, a tie; second -Marvin n*h«r, DM Molnei, and Bill f Be'«erT'c'a'rr|il', JTOJ s£5!nd ....... . sKes, Cedar Raolds, and Brel Carter, Nichols, a tie; third — Britta Anderson, Iowa City, and Ann Marie Pre- zieal. Cedar Raplda, a fie. GRAPE THREE: " First — C»mf Kemp, Marlon, and Bll l^fn'li Cedar.R 9 plds,_« tl.e; second n, teoar Kapids, a tie; —„„.. ;••.-•.'. Grant, Cedar RpaWs; third Linda Melchert, ftAarion, Jane, Merle Drown, West Bend, a tie. GRADE TWO: First — Elizabeth Gray, Waverly; sec"Pi* j~ •P«v!d Behrendsen, Gllmore City third - Lori Barry, Pleasant Plain. * - f l ra ^-J ttt ? BabcpeK, Falrfleld; second < - Scott Peck, Pleasant Plain; third Craig Simmon* and Rita Norton, Pleasan • Plain, a tie. SPECIAL f DUCATI , First - Jc* Terry Lehm "joJiTWrTaht?XHnloni second - hmkuhl, Clinton; third - Mark . DIVISION: — Lawrence Parker, Camanche; ^BffijBjgjSSr"' 81 *' M^^®***™^ Heads Heart Association Dr. William R. Wilson „ Iowa Qty, wiU be" installed as president of the Iowa Heart Association at the group's annual meeting and assembly at the Hotel Fort Des Moines in Des - Moioes Saturday and Sunday, May 16 and 17. j Wilson, who is Ijead o| the P«Section .of Clini cal Pharmacology at the University s>t Iowa Hospitals, Iowa City, is a member of the Medical Advisory Board of the Council on Circulation of the American Heart Association, as well as dtairiflajo, Pbaxmapology Cosanittee of the Vet- ART PRIZES TO 2 OAT GRIN NELL (Th# R««ljt*r'> lown Ntwi Se/vlee) feWNNELL, IA. -Twenty tudents .will share Grinnell College's 1970 Inez Henely Me- niorial prizes in painting arid Steiner Memorial prizes for creative art. . The winners were -selected by iarry Vouras,, a Chicago si or and art educator. Their works are included in Grinnell's annual exhibition of student art. The Winners^ _ j Inez Henely Memorial Prized \ Meryl j. Tpan, a sophomore, Sauahter; ' Mr. and Mrs. Danforlh W. Toan «2 Hickory Hill, Tappan, N.Y. Sheena A, Brown, a lunlor. daughter of he Rev. and tori. Dale D. Brown, 2il3 N. I oyrt, Ottumwa. Claudia B. Bias, a lunlor, dauahter nf ir. and Mrs. Charles D. Bias, S4J Locust t., Webster Groves, Mo. Klmberly A. Evans, a lunlor, daughter f Dr. and 'Mrs. corner P. Evans, 1060 erkshlre, Grosse Polnte Park, Mich. Barbara L. Gould, a sophomore, dauah- ld II, 2209 Hill- nd r*. c ake. III. Sculpture — J. Mark Shanstrom, a reshrnan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey hanstrom, 1030 W. Orman ave., Pueblo, olo. Weaving — Paula.J. Garbarlno, a freshman, daughter of Mrs. Merwyn S. Garba- Ino, 2118 Llncolnwood, Evanston, III. Jewelry _ Ronald Ai, a senior, son of Mrs. Olive, D. AI, 3921 Keanu St., Mono- uly, Hawaii. Schre.n, abc.N. ~ Kar " n L ' Pelnam - jSatJSre' ~ Sandra L Holcombe ' 22 ' 4 MJDGE-Marv L. Mecklenburo, avenue N,- Vlckl L. Mulder, 1 •*» — »«iitn IB* »/. Aiklnsortf • — Dennis M. Dammen. J.AL.—_Bruce A. Blevins ufTVimVdLV • — voter ic Haraldson. LogarTave ~ ' Re8qan - 303i WOOLSTOCK - Chris D. Richardson. Admitted With 'Recognition 9 AMES,... IA. — Twelve more Iowa high school students have been notified of their admission "With Recognition" to next fall's freshman class at Iowa State University. The designation recognizes the outstanding high school records of the students. Each student receives a certificate honoring him for his scholastic achievement. " ; Students admitted "With Recognition" rank in the top 3, 4 or 5 per cent groups of their graduation classes. Iowa State began the recognition program in 1966. Listed by hometowns the stu dents are: Altoni Kenneth U. Dykstra, 703 3rd Burlington: Dennis D. Beckman, 25$ 6i o2 SnC?'- Hutche «*' MICUtllH V/All*Ui DVIIBH B /- Mis$ouV| valleyi Bryan R. crose, RR A " Connell, RR 4 i.», " onne, New Hampton: Gregory R. eli Br V Jackson ' nnell, R . elites, 208 Michael A. Urmle, RR 2. --5--K-' Lois R. Barakat, 224» Easlev ist Des Moines: Donald N. Wolfe i«*ii 31st St. West Pointi Judith C. Loving, 4\\ Avenue D. Nurses Attend Colorado Parley *'«- SON (Special Dispatch to The Register) DENVER, COLO. - Forty one professional nurses with su pervisory and educational re sponsibijities at their home in stitutions in 19 states, including Colorado, are at the Tumblijii. River Ranch near Grant, Colo, for a three-week workshop in the design and improvement o inservice educational program for health agencies, lowans attending, include: Mrs. Norma Alter, unit super visor, Memorial Hospital, Bur lington; Mrs. Therese Biebric^i assistant director of inservice education, Mercy Medical Cen ter, Dubuque; Mrs. Mary Grifl ith*, inservice co-ordinator Community Memorial Hospital Missouri Valley; . and Mis Jeanne Strom, assistant direc tor-of nursing, Des Moines-Polk County Public Health Nursing Association, Des Moines. Area Graduation Set for Thursday Mrs. 'Marcus Aurelius, wife o the pastor of Bethany Lutheran Church, Des Moines, will be th speaker for the Des Moine Area Community College gradu ation exercises at North Higl in Des Moioes May 14. There are 112 candidates fo _scs j agri-business operationsi auto jm o t ive mechanics, building ! trades, data processing, depart ment store marketing, diesel mechanics, industrial electronics industrial marketing, cal technology, prioUng, and tool and die —"— Dm M«irYit Sundiy ftft^i M«y 10, 1976 DROP-IN CENTER OPEN HOUSE PHOTO 6V SUNDAY REGISTER IOWA tews SERVICE . , r of Dr. Glenn O. Goul . rest. Anchorage, Alaska. Leslie M. Morion, a lunlor, daughter of ir. and Mrs. Eugene A. Horton, 1118 lotletta bfvd., Coronado, Calif. Steiner Memorial Prizes Graphic* — Oledre P. Prlkooa, a lunior, A1 B £"E, of Mr. and Mrs. John I. PrlKopa, 616 N. Rogers, Chicago, III. Photography —Ronald H. Stelnhorn, a enlor, son of Mrs. Vera-Ruth L. Stein- wrn, 2*5 Wesfmoor rd., Wlnnetka, III «•> "' : "f •» WJIIIIWMI i w>r Kimitjtna* iid , Paul E. Doughty, a junior, son of Mrs. 'alestra I. Doughty, 63 w. fcrys al Lake, nd_R, E. Doughty, 100 S. Oak, Crystal itiire — and WriVlOrant W. tnn' Mr: ave., ml H. Molne aw,718 Sixty jourth St., Des Moines. J, Douglass .Klein, a senior, son of id Mrs. Philip, S. K eln, 280 Nlmlti I ate College, Pa. James Lew, a senior, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Lew, 12M Galena, Wichita, Kan. Kathy L. Martinson, a freshman, daujh- er of, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Martinson, 1211 ••ishlngton, Grinnell. , • iusan F. Morris, a unl .and Mrs. wWlam E. ..Person blvd., Nlckerson. . Mrs. Netla.Worley, special stydi f professor John H. Worley, 1517 irlnnell. lunlor, daughter of - Morris, 12 W. I ent, wife Elm St., 'Alsb'Sheena Brown and Dledre Prikopa. I.S.U. Scholarship Honors Viet Vidtim The Rev. Randall Cone, left, presents the first .f, Milton Cone Scholarship to Iowa State University senior Harold McAlpine of Rowan. The Rev. Mr, Cone of Farber, Mo., presented the $256 scholarship in behalf of the Cone family. Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Cone of Independence, parents of J. Milton Cone, an I.S.U. graduate who was killed in'Vietham in 1969, look on. Funds for the Cone Scholarship come from interest earned by'nearly $9,000 m contributions to a memorial fund. ., the Greater-ties MOiheS Education Ceftte* (Bfop-lft Center) will hold an opetLhoOse for ''students, parents, school employes,, and the genefal public on Thursday, May 14, from ? to 10 p.m. .-•' the Ofop-in Center was established last year to provide an educational frrofcfam tor students who had dropped out Of secondary school ttf had beeft suspended for disciplinary reasons, the. school is located at-14S2 Second Avenue, and is .etirfently serving more than 100 youths. through,, this program students can complete the requirements to receive a high School-diploma. Media Parley 10 Language Scholarships (The Register's Iowa News Service) PELLA, IA. — Ten language scholarship recipients at Central College have been named by Dr. William Wing, chairman of the Department of French and Dr. Gerda Dippmann, chairman of the Department of German. They will .enter Central this fall as freshmen. Named German Scholarship winners are Jay Chris Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs, Howard Sullivan, 1588 San Bernard no place, Costa Mesa, Calif.! and Gerald Alan Wetter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack .Wetter, 408 West First st., Mt! morns, in. .French Scholarship winners are Clifford Theodore Hadley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Hadley, 2429 West Thirteenth st., Davenport, la.i Susan Carol Brunscheen, daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Edwin Brunscheen, Wyoming, la.; Gall Patricia Beske, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beske, 336 Indlanola road, S.E., Cedar Rapids, la.; Maraaret Ann Wyatt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell £. Wyatt, Oral, S.D.I Jane Klmberly Freeman, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. M. L. Freeman, 5880 Los Arcos, Long Beach, Calif.; Kathleen Sue Louden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alden F. Louden, 217 Can- von Acres drtoev Laquna Beach, Calif.* and Peony Lee Bradshaw, daughter of Mr. apd Mrs. Hall ,C. Bradshaw, 3635 E. Granada road, and Douglas Allen Mini- son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Mil- llson, 3853 North Fiftieth Place,-Phoenix, Arli. Language Scholarships are given to outstanding high school language students who have expressed an interest in majoring in the language in college. Knoxville Guided Tours Monday (The Register's Iowa News Service) KNOXVILLE, lA.-Open house at Veterans Administration Hospital, Knoxville will be on May II from 1 to 5 p.m. according to B. E. Phillips, Hospital. Director. National Hospital Week is scheduled t h r o u g hout the nation between May 10 and May 16. Tours of the hospital will begin in Building'81. Slide Shows By Inmates (Th* Register's Iowa News Service) NEWTON, IA. - A slide and sound presentation of institution life made by inmates is. available through the Riverview Release Center at Newton. Two slide shows, one 55 minutes and the other .28 minutes, take the viewer inside the walls of .various Iowa correctional and mental institutions. The slides were prepared by inmates at the Riverview Release Center. The presentations may be accompanied by an inmate panel to answer questions. Organizations interested in the slides should contact Riverview superintendent Herbert G. Callison at Newton. Dr. Joseph L. Davis, assistant superintendent for special services,' Columbus Public School System, Columbus, Ohio, wilt be the keynote speaker at a .two-day conference June 15-16 for Iowa school administrators on Media Relations and Community Support of Public Education. The conference entitled "Voice of Education," will be held at firody Junior High School, 2501 Park ave., Des Mbines. the conference is sponsored by the office of school- community relations of the Des Moines Public School System. Dr. Davis, born in Crawfordville, la., is president of the National School Public Relations Association. He received his bachelor of arts, masters degree, and Ph.D. from ••Ohio State University and has held various administrative positions in the Columbus School System since 1953, • ( Forget about hearing aids Jusf Enjoy Good Hearing Again con "A-980" Is like thai. Slipping . snuglv on your eyeglasses, there are no cords, no wires to worry about, lust a smell sound tube going to the ear. You'll forget you're wearing It. That's what we at Acoyst con aim to .dp for you. How? By fitting hearing aids that are so neat, so comfortable, MI trouble-free you'll forget you're even wearing one. 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