The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on May 10, 1970 · Page 28
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 28

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FORD HONORS "*"* PAfftltK J. •OALIY Ford Motor Co.'s Des Moines, /Comtnunity Relation^ ConV 'mittee has.hohofed three of the company's Des Moines employ- es for their outstanding community contributions during 1969. Silver scrolls bearing the engraved com- Lmendations of Henry Ford II h a v e b e e n presented to Patrick J. Goaley nf Colfax; Gus R. Paschal; 3918 ' S e v ft.n t y-fifth st., Urbandale, -*nd Chester B. 'Waterman, 3902 -E. Eighth st., Des Moines. Goaley, an employe of the Des Moines branch of Ford Motor Credit Co., was recognized .for his activities as chairman "• of the Immaculate ^Conception School (Colfax) Board of Education,-his devotion to numerous church programs and his long association with various youth- activities sponsored by the Colfai Jaycees., Paschal, administrative manager of the Des Moines Auto- lite-Ford P'arts Division office, Is serving a four-year term on the Urbandale Planning and Zoning Commission, holds positions in the Urbandale University Christian Church and is ac- JUNIOR COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS OUS ft. PASCHAC CHtSftft I. WAT8RMAN tive in the PTA. Last year he won Ford's highest community lervice award, a ctfst bronze $bwn Crier Bell. Waterman, a welding department foreman at Ford's De* Moines Agricultural Equipment Plant, is a k>ng'-time" fund raiser for the Des Moines United Campaign and devotes many hours to finding and keeping jobs for the hardcore unemployed through 'the Concentrated Employment Program". The Community Service Award program, now in its eleventh year, recognizes company and dealer personnel or their spouses who are active in civic, charitable and political affairs. FLY-IN EVENTS FOR SUMMER The Iowa Aeronautics Commission has announced a list 6f aviation fly-in /events for the summer months. ' May 16, Orange City (airport dedication and centennial celebration); '17, Mount Ayr and Carroll (airport dedication); 24, Tarkio, Mo,; 31, Cherokee and Oelwein. Jufre 6, Hampton (airport dedication); 7, Milford, Washington, Jefferson; 13, Fort Dodge; 14, Fort Dodge, Harlafl, Boone; 21,.. Ida Grove, Tipton (airport • dedication and air show); 28, Garner, Ariita. July 3, Denison (annual flight fair); 4, Denison, Paullina; 5, Denison (annual flight fair air show), Independence, Guthrie Center; 12, Centerville, Eagle Grove; 19, Forest City, Shenandoah, Lawton; 24, 25, 26, Decorah (fourth annual nordic fest), Clarion. - Aug. 2, Belmond (airport dedication); 16, Bedford, Waterloo" (Flyers); 23, Mapleton; 30, Ce- D«s Maines Sunday M«* 10. 1*76 Third NI*« Sietion dar Rap'ids (navy blue angels and army golden knights).. Sept. 2, 3, 4, 5, «, Ottufftwa (antique ' airplane association fly-in); 7;/LaPofte City (aviation day), Sheldon (air show). ns Navy Promotion U.S DtJpMch to Th* RMHt*C) CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO, Larry L. Kinzte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Galen W; Kinzie of 2822 Patricia drive, was recently pf Smoted to lieutenant commander, Navy. Ki nzie, a graduate ol Des Moines Technical High School and McPherson College, is presently commanding officer of the Naval Reserve Training Center here. •> Queen Cynthia Fox, 19, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn I,. Fox, jr., of New;> Sharon, will represent New Sharon at the Miss Iowa Pageant to be held June 10-13 in Davenport. Miss Fox,^ a secretary with the General Telephone Co., Grln- nell, was crowned Miss New Sharon recently. BIRDWATCHERS •INVENTION (Th» fteoister-i lewa N««s stfvltir , ,M6t)NT PLEASANT,; JA, ._More than 100 persons are ex- peqted' to -attend the forty* eighth" annual convention of the Iowa Ornithologists' Union at Iowa Wesleyan College May 1517, according to biology Professor R. William Poulter. The event, hosted by the college, the Burlington Bird Club and the Beta Beta Beta Biological Society, will begin with an informal receptiofi at 7 p.m., May 15, in the International Room of the Wesleyan library. During the convention, a display of Ornithological and natural history books will be shown through courtesy of the" Pierce Book Company, Winthrop. The Iowa Ornithologists' Union, founded in 1923, is an association of 424 amateur and professional naturalists whose interest is in field and laboratory studies of birds. .The organization publishes the quarterly journal, "Iowa Bird Life." Robert L. Nickolson, Sioux City, is Union president. Waldorf Student FOREST Girt, IA. - New officers of the Waldorf College Student Association have been elected for the I97d-ff school term. They are Joel ' Sunde, president; Dave Pedersen, vice-president; Phil ~~Klostef, treasurer, and Kathy Bruland, secretary. Sunde, the. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lauritz Sunde of Estherville, is a pre-seminary student majoring in social science. Pedersen of Radcliffe is planning a career in mechanical engineeering and will be entering Iowa State University following . graduation from Waldorf. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pedersen. Kloster is a Forest City native who attended Hamilton; Business College. He is married i and the Klosters have one daughter. j Miss Bruland, a graduate ofj Forest City High-School, is the! daughter of the Rev. and Mrs.' '0. L. Brufanrl. UPPER fOWA DRAMA (Th» R«flUt*i"» i«*» N«wi S*rvle«V .FAYEtTE, JA, --, Philip C. Lewis' DocuDrama "Which Way the wind?" will be staged by the Upper Iowa, College Th# atef May 13, 14 and 15-witB curtain time at 8 p.m. in the Colgrove-Walker Auditorium. HAVING TROURIF HEARING? or Hear but Don't Understand 7 Si* our New mi all-in-tlit-ear h«*ring aid FREE REPLICA Other model* include the latest m eyeglass, behind-the- ear and body types. Come In for a FREE oudiomet- ric test. Home appointments, Service and batteries for oil hearing aids. WORN IN EAR Suit* 519 Paramount 509 Grand De» Moin«i, (The Refll»t«r's lo*« N«wi ' FAIRFIELD, IA. - A nationwide scholarship program for ..junior college graduates has been established at Parsons Col- Under the program's plan, 10 full scholarships including tuition, room and board; 15 full tuition departmental schol- arshps; and 25 $500 tuition cholarshlps will be awarded. Each of the full scholarships has a value of $2,630 a year, while the full tuition •chlanhipt are valued at $1,550 per year. The $500 scholarships total $1,000 a year. . The selection of the recipients will be made by a board convened at Parsons during the week of May. 25-29. This review board _will give its attention particularly to scholarship, although the whole student concept which includes leadership, participation in extra-curricular activities, and the recommendation of a graduate's junior college staff, will also receive serious attention. The closing date for applications to the program is May 22,1970. The program is particularly applicable to recent junior college graduates and those who may be certified for graduation in the spring and summer terms. Anyone wishing further information is asked to contact Charles Waldron, dean of admissions and 'records, Parsons College, Fair-field, Iowa 52556. State Center's Rose Parade (Tht Rtfllittr't lew* Niwi Strvlct) STATE CENTER, IA. - State Center's Rose Parade at the annual Rose Festival in June promises to be one of the most outstanding in the 11 years of ' the festival. ' Definite commitment has been made by the Iowa Uniform Groups Association, that five drum .and.bugle corps, two color guards and a drill team will participate. James Jorgensen and Russel Nelson are co-chairmen of the parade, Two entrants from Pella will be the Tulip Queen and her court and the Pella Drill Team. In addition, Pella's Dutchesses will perform wooden shoe dances. The parade will be on Saturday, June 27. 4 Scholarships In Mathematics (Thi RwliUr'i Iowa Niwi Sirvlci) PELLA, IA. — Recipients of four mathematics scholarships at Central College have been announced by Dr. Donald V. Meyer, chairman of the Department of Mathematics. The students will enter Central as freshmen this fall. Receiving the scholarships are Charles R. Gustafson, son of Dr. and Mrs- R- L. Gustafson, 1007 Walnut st., Dallas Center, la.; Kathy Lowe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hansel A. Lowe, Maxwell, la.; Michelle A. Harritt, daughter of Mr. and Mrf Jerry Harritt, 10225 Strathmore, Santee, Calif.; and Dave~L. Totel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Totel 818 W. Solano Drive. Phoenix, Ariz. POLICE CfiTJEF (T»w Rwlittrt low* Nwrp SenHe*i CLARION, JA. - R. L. Blecker, former Wright County sheriff, began bis new duties] May 1 as chief of police all BeLmond. i DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT STOR Just Soy "CHARGE IT'! WHIIF QUANTITIES LAST 1 SENSATIONAL HOUSEWARE GADGET SALE FOLDfNG INDOOR! 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