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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Kapids Gazette: Thurs., Jan. 24, 1974 t By Gail Cooper A standing-room-only crowd of over a thousand people crowded into Killian's second floor for the bridal fashion show Wednesday evening to view the summer '74 gowns. The audi- ence was literally all over the store on the escalator, in the elevator and wherever they could fit in. The theme for this show was "Diary of a Patty Thacker, Killian's fashion coor- dinator, read the diary, which took a young lady from the day of her engagement to her wed- ding day. Traditional Audience reaction to the color coordinated fashions was "over- according to Becky Beasley, Killian's bridal consul- tant. Emphasis this summer will be on the total look, featuring traditional white for the bride and coordinated colors for the bridegroom, attendants and mothers of the couple. The bridal gowns are not all white, however. A popular gown is of candlelight, or off-white with attendants' gowns of a cor- responding off-white floral de- sign. Fabrics are sata peau, chiffon, organza, English net trimmed with Venise lace and maracaine, an extremely com- fortable, wearable fabric. Bridegrooms will wear tux- edos of various colors: Apricot, navy, orchid, yellow, gray, white, candlelight, blue anc brown paisley. Ruffled shirts in matching or coordinated colors will also be worn. Worn Again Bridesmaids will wear colors that correspond to the bride- Solid colors, printed voiles, polyester flocked prints with circular ruffles, open neck- lines, halter-type gowns, sleeve- less or short-sleeved. Buyers have kept in mind that young women want dresses that can be worn again and again. Halter-type designs are in de- mand this season not only for the bridesmaids, but the mothers as well. Colors coordin- ated with the bridal party in- clude orchids, blues, yellows and pinks. As with the brides- maids' gowns, mom's gown is designed to be worn several times. mm Fashions in Killian's bridal show Wednesday evening are modeled by, from left, Miss Nancy Balsiger, 225 Sixteenth street SE, in a navy blue and white cotton voile gown with a pink satin ribbon at the waist; Peter Gasper, jr., 1882 Ellis boulevard NW, in a white tuxedo trimmed in black velvet; Miss Laurie Spaight, 1626 Park Towne lane NE, in the bridal gown of English net, and Mrs. Charles Smith, 1717 C avenue NE, in a hot-pink, V-neck gown of polyester. photo by Duane Crock Short sleeves and sleeveless gowns will be very popular in the summer heat. The audience appeared somewhat relieved to be getting, away from the long sleeves for a change. Topping off the show was a final scene of a wedding. It was so realistic that tears were noted in the eyes of the Miss Laurie Spaight, who is actually to be married this sum- HOMEMADE TOUCH In a pinch try a store-bought pie with a homemade touch. Serve mince pie with a brandy butter cream. Beat lk cup soft butter, cups powdered sugar, 1 tablespoon cream and 2 tablespoons California brandy until smooth. Heat the pie so sauce melts slightly when served. Society Features Joffrey Ballet Leaves lowans 'Warmed Up' By Les Zacheis The City Center Jeffrey Ballet closed a three-night stand Wednesday night at Hancher auditorium before another virtual sell-out house. Judging from the response. Eastern lowans really needed the ballet series to bring a burst of warmth to relieve the rigorous Iowa winter. Wednesday's audience appeared to be the most responsive of the three houses, applauding generously many of the individual dance routine bits. A clue to this rapport may be found in the familiarity of the Johann Strauss music of the opening work The .solitary solo number was Gay Wallstrom a pretty bal- lerina who exuded grace and oeauty. Emotional The second presentation was the "Moor's Pavane" with music by Henry Pureell. This was the same mime of marital tragedy that was presented at Hancher by Rudoff Nureyev and the National Ballet of Canada last March. Christian Holder, who gave such a splendid per- formance Tuesday, repeated with another stellar role. He was superb in the role of the giving a portrayal of ill suppressed volcanic emotion. The evening closed with a contemporary work, "Sacred Grove on Mount No forestry was in evidence, but the pas d'action suggested a sort of fertility rite. A scrim was employed to give an eerie effect for an introduction. Alan Raph's musical score was a sen- suous and enhancing accompa- niment. (He also wrote the Monday night's music for Sledgehammer The pas de deux by the nup- tial couple included a .sensa- tional elevation. This was set to a segue by a six piece rock combo in the pit. However only five were to be heard. A drum- mer, who's sole dynamic ap- peared to be "cadence de was successful in completely drowning out an enthusiastic but abortive effort by a flute player, even though the instrument was amplified. The Jeffrey company opens a three-performance stand at C. Y. Stephens auditorium in Ames from the Hancher pit, composed entirely of Iowa City musicians, will accompany the troupe to Ames to play !he performances. Reception To H onor Roger Midthuns Mrs. Midthun VICKIE SCHROEDER.. HONORED AT SHOWER Mrs. Kraig Kroymann, 3210 Carriage drive SW, entertained at a bridal shower given recent- ly for Miss Vickie Schroeder, Feb. 23 bride-eiect of Steven Kriz. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kriz, 2415 Wilson avenue SW. Co-hostesses to the 30 guests were Mrs. Gary VINTON Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Midthun will be hon- ored at a wedding reception Sunday at the Fireman's hall in Garrison. Hosts for the occasion from 2 to 4 are Mr. and Mrs. William F. Readnour of Garri- son. Roger D. Midthun and the former Linda S. Readnour ex- changed marriage vows Satur- day morning during a cer- emony in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lerch of Vinton. Magistrate Wendell Ewards of- ficiated. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Read- nour, Garrison, and Mrs. Lloyd Lovcll of Vinton and the late Richard Midthun. Attending the bridal couple were Mr. and Mrs. Frantz J. Silberger of Cedar Rapids. The newly weds are residing in Vinton where the bride is em- ployed by Hawkeye Racing News. The bridegroom is an employe of the John Deere trac- tor works in Waterloo. this weekend. The orchestra Schroeder, Mrs. Donald Avis and Mrs. Arnold Flater. Miss Schroeder is the daughter o f Mrs. Robert Mayer of Betten- dorf. you are cordially invited to attend Armstrong's Bridal Show WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30 8 P.M. Open til Armstrong's, Second Floor I'ick up your free tickets at the. liridal Registry nn fourth Floor or in the. Jiriilnl Snlnii, Secnnd Fluor 20 YEARS AGO Work began on the modernization and enlargement of the May Drug Company's store at 215 Second street SE in Cedar Rapids. Self-Examination, Best Weapon Aqainst Cancer; Fear, Us Ally Mrs Owen calls Information on breast self- examination is readily avail- able from the Cancer Society and from nhvsicians. Mrs. a thickening has moved to a different position. Only a By Judy Ilyan Women are said to have an advantage over men where cancer is concerned. H may aecide ,hcir nature. Al- secm unusual to look at the breast cancer is ull. serious disease from a posi- Jwn (0 women llnder age live point of view, but facts shouW needn't always be presented ,f immune. in a fearful light. This was the nersc" approach taken at a presenta- tion on breast and uterine cancer given at the Health Awareness luncheon Wednes- day noon at the YWCA. Sarah Owen, a represent- fiml somc lumps alive of the American Cancer _ they are Society, gave a commentary and showed two films on the forms of cancer most common among women. The advan- tage mentioned above lies in the fact that when they are detected early, breast and uterine cancers are almost 100 percent curable. The impor- tant tiling is to be educated to know what to look for and how to receive and perform your own examinations, she said, and used the films to demonstrate. The film "Breast Cancer: Where We begins with the premise that the aura of mystery surrounding the fe- able. All age groups beyond male body has only recently been lifted enough to allow frank and open discussions. More than women are e x F e c t e d to have breast cancer during the coming year. Of these, may die. One of every 15 girls born this year will have cancer some time in her life, according to statistics. The best weapon against needless death from breast cancer is monthly, self-ex- amination. The film empha- dition can be even years, before cancel- exists. Unfortunately painless Following the film presenta- tions, Dr. Joseph dalles an- swered questions of women in the audience. He rc- ciupliiisized the value of the cancer tests. "You take care Owen pointed out that on firs flf of protec- examination, most women will (jffln am] your take care of his." that belong there. The Malignant lumps in breasts thing is to look for he said, are unfortunately not something you may the painful ones. So a woman detecTlhat you hadn't noticed should not think that the nb- in a previous examination, sence of pain means Perhaps a lump has grown or thing is all right. And, In tnc case of uterine cancer, if one waits for visible signs, such as examination will ac- vaginal bleeding, to appear, these changes, the cancer may have already reached the incurable stage. Women who have had hys- terectomies should still have Uterine Cuncer ..The second film, "For Wonderful emphasized crecl (o ih. nf lip Vf.lrlV the importance of the yearly Q T1 thc oc. Pap test. Uterine cancer is can. easy to detect m early stages and is nearly 100 percent cur- sized that fear is cancer's puberty are susceptible. Cancer of the cervix is more common to women before menopause, cancer of the uterus itself is more frequent afterwards. It is amazing that only 25 percent of the women in the U.S. have regular Pap tests. Deaths from the disease could virtually be eliminated if all women were to take the sim- ple examination. Pap tests can even detect cells in a pre-cancerous state, cer is rare after hysterecto- mies, it is still possible. "Cancer scares the day- lights out of he added, "but, tremendous strides have been made. Edu- cation is very important. You have to know when to go to the doctor." Groups interested in show- ing these films may contact the local American' Cancer So- ciety office. The next Awareness lun- cheon will be concerned with heart problems and is sched- uled next Wednesday noon at the YWCA. Bridge Bob's Club Winners in a Mitchell move- ment game played Wednesday it the YWCA were: North-south Mrs. Charles Leipold anc Frank Zeman, first, and Irs. Mel Smoker and Howard Vilfong, second; east-west W. E. Eyman and Mrs. late Frink, first, and Mrs. ames Smittkamp and Mrs. J. 3. Schultz, second. There will ie no game played Saturday .ue to the Cedar Rapids sec- ional tournament at the Mon- rose hotel. Want ads will seek out sellers f items you want. Dial 398-8234. Lecithin Capsules or Granules Complete Line of Natural Vitamins Health Foods We Mail Order Postpaid MATTESON HEALTH PRODUCTS kit 6 15lhST. N.E. 362-7345J KIRLIN'S WEEK-END SPECIAL OLD FASHIONED CHOCOLATE DROPS CREAMY VANILLA CENTERS DIPPED IN SMOOTH CHOCOLATE. REG. 51.29 Ib. HALLMARK VALENTINES AND PARTY SUPPLIES VALENTINE PARTY CANDIES YOUR CONVENIENT HALLMARK STORE MOM. THRU FRI. SAT. SUN. 12-5 Coeds Advertise for Husbands MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. (UPI) After spending nearly four years in college and not finding a husband, as they set out to do, four Central Michigan university coeds decided to ad- vertise for mates. "We came to college to find a husband and we have only 15 weeks left to hook said Laurie Rupert. "So, we took out the ad in the paper to see if it would help us in our search." The ad was placed Wednesday in the student tral Michigan Miss Ru- pert, Pam Whitlock, Peggy Tay- lor and Kathy Hauxwell, all sen- iors from Lake Orion. 'Shortly after the advertise- ment appeared, they received 19 calls. "We are setting up appoint- ments and are going to question all the applicants and then go from said Miss Rupert. ''We aren't interested in whether they are rich or any- thing like that. We are just look- ing for eligible bachelors who are our type." 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