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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 20, 1967, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 10 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon.. Mar. 20, 1967 Society for Women Features Iowa Dogs Win Honors TWO Iowa entries took top honors Sunday in the 19th annual Cedar Rapids Kennel Assn. Dog show at Hawkeye Downs which included entries from about 20 states. Ch. Everglo's Spark of Gold, an Lhasa Apso owned by Mrs. Warren Kendall of Burlington, took the Best of Show honors. Spark of Gold was handled by Joe Bousek of Cedar Rapids. Highest scoring dog of the Obedience Trial was Caesar owned by Mrs. Carlton (Kim) Peterson of Des Moines and handled by her husband. Caesar scored 197 out of a possible 200 points in the Novice A competi- tion to win The Gazette Obe- dience trophy. The top four winners in each group were: SPORTING GROUP First German Shorthaired Pointer, Ch. Strauss's Happy Go Lucky, owned by Jim Serak of Sturtevant, Wis.; second Eng- lish Setter, Ch. Chandelle's An- chor Man, owned by Joseph Ka- ziny of Minneapolis; maraner, Ch. Rum Runner V.D. Reiteralm, owned by James Meyer of Kankakee, 111.; fourth Springer Spaniel. Ch. Rough Rider of Richmond, own- ed by Mae and John McGre- gor of Chicago. HOUND GROUP First Basset Hound, Ch. Doc Floyd of Manor Hill, owned by Kazoo Kennels and L. A. Forbes and handled by Mike Shields of Kalamazoo, Mich.; second Basenji, Ch. Copto- kin Copper Ballerina, owned by Ronald Neal of Rock Island, 111.; third Beagle (15 Billvos Governor, owned by Wil- liam C. Hasek of Cedar Rapids; Hound, High Life Zarak Kuhn owned by Gladys Pinzon of St. Paul. WORKING GROUP First St. Bernard. Count Zurich V Schwarzwald Hof, owned by Thomas Hanna of Jef- ferson, Wis.; second Samoy- ed, Ch. Muushka's Silva-Ranger, owned by Grover and Wilma Walls of Burlington; third Boxer, Ch. My-R's Brag About, owned by Brian and Lorraine C. Meyer of Rockford, 111.; fourth Rottweiler, Ch. Follow Me's Uno, C.D. owned by Dar- win and Alice Wolf, Des Moines. TERRIER GROUP First Kerry Blue Terrier, Ch. Castleknock Crusader, own-. ed by Rita Modler of Walcott; second West Higland White Terrier, Ch. Mac-A-Dac High- land Kilts, owned by Mr. and Mrs. E. P. McCarty, jr., of Zionsville, Ind.; third Wire Fox Terrier, Ch. Sarabel Culs- wood Chanti owned by Joe V. and Wayne Bousek of Cedar Rapids; fourth Skye Terrier, Ch. Talisker's Bonny Angus owned by Willard Clarkson of Des Moines. TOY GROUP First Toy Poodle, Ch. Court Hill's Misty Meanor owned by Mrs. Donna Rhodes of Tama; second Pekinese, Mogene's Danseur, owned by Clarence and Leonard Rayl of Kansas City, Mo.; third Italian Grey- hound, Whistle Bait of Ebon- wood, owned by Matthew Kasan of Chicago; fourth Maltese, Mike-Mar's Maji Puff owned by Rena Martin of Highland, Park, 111. NON-SPORTING GROUP First Lhasa Apso, Ch. Ev- erglo's Spark of Gold, owned by Mrs. Warren Kendall of Burling- ton; second Dalmatian, Paw- nee Pride of Watseka, owned by R. and Nancy Bohnet of Park Forest, 111.; third Miniature Poodle, Ch. Cutlers Ebony Silk owned by Arley Hussin of West De Pere, Wis.; fourth Stan- dard Poodle, Tawasentha An- tony of Funtyme owned by Mar- jorie Westman of Minneapolis. photos by Carl Franks Best of Show in the Cedar Rapi'ds Dog show Sunday was won by the Lhasa Apso, Ch. Everglo's Spark of Gold, owned. by Mrs. Warren Kendall of Burlington, pictured above with his handler, Joe Bousek, of Cedar Rapids, at right. O. Carley Harriman of Pebble Beach, Calif., left, was Best of Show judge, and Boyd Wiltsey, center, is the Ce- dar Rapids Kennel Assn. president. Even with the snow and rain, about attended the event, some less than last year; however, the 893 entries was the largest num- ber to date. All Is Well With Rescued Theresa, 2 By Lawrence VOTAW, Texas (AP) Two- year-old Theresa Fregia had a doll bigger than herself to play with Monday, a gift from the man who plucked her from death at the bottom of the old well beside her grandmother's back porch. All day Sunday, strangers pulled up at the weatherbeaten tin-roofed house in this town o: 300 in the Big Thicket country of southeast Texas. They sough out Theresa and photographe( her where the well used to be The giant crater the rescuers dug has been filled and smoothed over. "So Excited" "Oh, she's so said her grandmother, Opal Alle mange. "But just like any othe child, she didn't realize what i was all about. She just think she's having a good time." Many of the visitors brough presents for the little girl wit the big brown eyes apples oranges, candy, cookies, stuffed rabbit. The gift she liked best was the big doll from Ransom W Bill, jr., of Houston, the founder of the Mercy Corps In Saturday's early hours, Bil had lowered himself into rescue shaft parallel to the old well, chinked a hole in its casing and pulled Theresa to safety as water welled up an< the new hole caved in on them. Theresa had spent nine hours 28 feet below ground, slipping slowly down the fragile, 10-inch- wide pipe towards four feet of water. Near the end of the vigil, many feared she was dead. Had Nightmares Mrs. Allemange said Theresa suffered nightmares Saturday night, but no one questioned her about them. "She doesn't say what she was thinking about, and we don't ask Mrs. Allemange said. "We're too proud to see her out." Theresa and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grady Davis, went to Votaw Church of Christ Sunday morning and heard the circuit preacher offer a prayer of thanks for the rescue. Back home, the visitors started and Theresa finally had to be taken to the home of relatives several miles away to get her nap. She was gone when Bill ap- peared at her gate with the big Photo Pre-Nuptial Party for Sharon, Jay John D. (Jay) Rockefeller, IV, a new Democratic state representative in West Vir- ginia, and Sharon Percy, daughter of Republican Senator Charles Percy of Illinois, are pictured as they arrived at a dinner-dance given at the fashionable River club in Man- hattan Saturday evening. The party was highlighted with toasts, speeches and folksmg- ing, accompanied by a guitar and banjo. Among the 130 guests present were the par- ents of Rockefeller and his fiancee; the Laurance Rockefellers, Mary Clark Rockefeller, the David Rockefellers and the Steven Rockefellers. Miss Percy, 21, and Rockefeller, 29, will be married April I in the Rockefeller Chapel on the University of Chicago campus. "This thing could have been so Barbara Boland different." and Bill agreed. I t f Honered at Shower Bill, who is 46, was hurt sen- i ously in 1943 in an explosion j Miss Barbara Boland, daugh-i at a Norfolk, Va., naval of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.! He now works a Boland, 2931 J street SW, was job as leader of the Houston ;honored Sund afternoon at a Mercv Corps, a non-profit group! of crack rescuers shower glven at. ricanes, floods, industrial Wenceslaus Catholic church, dents and cases such as attended by 100 guests J esa's. Hostesses were Mrs. Verne Dos- "This thing finally hit me hard tal, Karen Kriz and Miss Mary1 Bill said. He explained ijandi that in his 20 years of rescue The will be feted work, I'd have to say this is the closest call. It's a miracle Iat a miscellaneous shower at inis of the Thirteenth street ad- dress. Advertisement we got her out." doll. Dollar-a-Year Job "Mister, we know who you said Davis, Theresa's stepfather. Theresa's mother told Bill Con'f Hurry Into Marriage in Russia MOSCOW (AP) To comb- oat a rising divorce rate, the Soviet government is experi- Wednesday given by Miss iMardelle Dennis, 1740 Thir- teenth street SW. Co-hostess will be Miss Bonnie Swenson. Four- teen guests have been invited. Miss Boland will be married April 15 in St. Wenceslaus Cath- olic church to Michael E. Den- Youthful Beauty From the early twenties, bedtime massage with a vi- talizing night cream is ideal for softening traces of sur- face skin dryness and tiny lines. Apply Olay vitalizing night cream to cheeks, fore- head, and throat and coax it into the skin with light, up- ward moulding strokes, then remove with a tissue. Such care will encourage c o m plexion loveliness. 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