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10 Nominated For Senior Citizen Awards

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Ten nominees have been selected for the 1970 Senior Citizens Hall of Fame. They are: Thomas Cook, of 300 Linda Vista; Paul C. Wagner of 2203 Lafayette Rd.; Marión Maddock of 1528 Miller; S. S. Brumley of 715 S. Forest; H. O. Flakne of 1703 Broadway; Katherine Harrington of 2222 Fuller, Hurón Towers; Augusta Meador of 704 Moore; Mrs. Frank (Marie) Mickle of 1053 Olivia; Viggo O. Nelson of 1922 Lorraine PL; and Mrs. Harold Sullivan of 1008 Michigan Ave. From this group, one woman and one man will be named Ann Arbor Senior Citizens of the Year at a Senior Citizen Award Dinner May 28 at the Ambassador Inn, according to Mrs. Peggy Hinchey, executive secretary of the Senior Citizens Guild. There will be a social! hour between 6 and 7 p.m., fol-l lowed by the dinner. The public I may attend, and reservations I must be made no later thanj May 25 by telephoning 663-3394. I The protraits of the 10 Hall of I Fame seniors are now on 1 play in various store Windows I on Main Street. Cook carne to Aun Arbor in 1919 and started a foundry which will be 50 years old in June. He is president of the Ann Arbor Foundry, where he still works every day at his trade as a molder. He is a member and director of many local organizaüons. Wagner is the former owner and continuing consultant with Wagner & Company, and also a member, officer and director of many organizations. He is one of the founders of the Senior Citizens Guild. Mrs. Maddock is a retir ed teach at Forsythe Junior High School and Eberwhite. She is a secretary on the vestry at St. Andrew's Church, and has been working with shutins. Brumley has been a volunteer at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital for the past 19 years, averaging 30 hours a week, and is active in numerous eommunity serices. Flakne gives nearly 60 hours a week of his time as a volunteer at the Veterans Administration Hospital. Miss Harrington has for several years been on the advisory board of the Salvation Army in Ann Arbor. A teacher and principal in Ann Arbor schools for many years, she is still active with many organizations. Mrs. Meador was for years with the Michigan Children's Institute and after retirement, worked with the Homemaker Service. She has continued to work with emotionally 1 traught and ill persons. Mrs. Mickle has relentlesslyl given her time as a volunteer j at University Hospital, serving both children and adults since 1915. She is a state officer of the King's Daughters. Viggo Nelson, twice AllAmerican volleyball p 1 a y e r from Ann Arbor and former president of the U.S. Volleyball Association, served as tary of the YMCA for 15 years. He is a past president of the Ann Arbor Board of Realtors. Mrs. Sullivan makes calis as a volunteer in the hospitals and homes of the city. She recently receivedthe Churchman's. Award of the First United Methodist Church.