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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues., Jan. 29, 1974 Society for Women Features The Agony of Winning Patti Stenhouse, 18-year-old Canadian student from Surrey, B.C., hugs her teddy bear and is overcome by emotion during ceremonies presenting her with a gold medal in the Commonwealth Games at Christchurch, New Zealand, Monday night. Patti won the finals of the women's 100-meter butterfly swimming competition. Dior House Launches Fashion Bombshell Paf Defends Her Husband Af Reception WASHINGTON (UPI) Ap proached by reporters who asked' about the President's health, Pat Nixon thrust up an arm with her fist clenched anc (Photo -on Picture Page) said: "He is in great health and I love him dearly and I have great faith." The normally collected First Lady came down from Camp David, Md., to greet wives ol the National Religious Broad- casters Monday in the White House. Asked by reporters to com- ment on reports Nixon has not been sleeping well lately, her eyes flashed and she said: "He doesn't sleep long, but he sleeps well. Sometimes his sleep is in- terrupted by telephone calls." Did he get u'p in the middle of the night to play the piano? He plays "before he goes to Mrs. Nixon responded. Mrs. Nixon said most of the women who had come through the receiving line told her they "had faith in the President." "I told them to pray for the she said as she left. Do the press need prayers? she was asked. "We all she answered. "Who Is the press the cause of the President's problems? "What the First Lady replied with a determined smile as she headed for the ele- vator. Later, Mrs. Nixon stood in a receiving line at a reception honoring newly arrived dip- lomats in Washington. She re- mained for about an hour and told reporters: "I'm not here to answer press questions. I'm here to support this wonderful organization." Rosemary Erger Becomes Bride OFFSETS REDUCTION Mrs. Reifenstahl Bridal Showers Honor Kathleen Hennessey Miss Kathleen Hennessey of Omaha, Neb., Feb. 23 bride- ilect of Gary McCarty, also of Omaha, has >been honored at bridal showers. Parents of the mgaged couple are Mr. Mrs. John P. Hennessey, 207 Crandall drive NE, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard McCarty of Jes- sup. A linen bridal shower cheon for 36 guests was given Saturday noon by Mrs. Robert Hennessey, route two, Marion. Assisting were the Mmes. Wil- iam Hennessey, Richard Bal- iere and Walter Hennessey. A stemware shower was given Saturday afternoon by Christine Hennessey, 2650 Tenth ringbearer. VINTON St. Mary's Catho- lic church provided the setting Saturday for 4he marriage of Miss Rosemary Erger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Erger, and Bub Reifenstahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Reifenstahl. All arc of Vinton. The Rev. John M. Peters of- ficiated at the 2 o'clock ceremo- ny. Following, a reception for 150 guests was given in the church social rooms. A wedding dance was given in Indepen- dence. The bride's gown, styled with an empire bodice of Chantilly lace, wedding ring collar and bishop sleeves, featured a full skirt of organza over taffeta with a chapel-length train and a self ruffle. A crown of lace cov- ered with pearls caught shoulder-length veil and carried red and white roses. Miss Kay Mart attended the bride as maid of honor. Brides Off-quality fruits and vegeta- bles often' can be purchased at reduced prices but may not rep- resent a savings. Waste in pre- paration of the poorer quality produce may offset the price reduction. New Yoric Times Newi Service PARIS The House of Dior launched a new fashion bomb- shell Monday. Not as startling perhaps as the one called the New Look back in 1947-that would be too much to expect But given the uneasy state ol fashion it is certainly welcome. The New Look put Paris back on the fashion map after World war II, and it left its mark on clothes women wore for a dec- ade thereafter. This one may return to the couture some ol the prestige it has lost to ready to wear. It's the New Look with modern comfort. Would Be Proud What Marc Bohan has con- tributed to fashion for next spring, and conceivably for the next year or two, is a new shape. Christian Dior, who died 10 years after his bombshell, would be proud of him. Bohan has been guiding the destinies of Dior since the early 1960s. First off, skirts have been lengthened, to about midenlf. Second, skirts have been widened. That makes the long- er ones look more palatable. Third, all the high, tight arm- holes and plastered-to-the- body tops have disappeared. That means women will be able to move around, and even go without bras if they want, without looking ridicu- lous. The very first tablished the mood. outfit es- It was a gray flannel flared skirt with a short-sleeved jacket in a lighter ;ray and with one of those new shirts underneath. Made It was followed by a gray and white striped pantsuit and it mmediately put the people who are on the Rome-Paris fashion trek at ease. It was clear that .he clothes would be suitable for lose Kennedy, the Duchess of Windsor and other couture cus- tomers as well as for women who buy their clothes ready made, said Harry Larimer of Lord and Taylor. Tlie truth is, Rohan, having established his theme, carried it throughout the collection. There was a loose, smock-like shantung raincoat, two-piece dresses with sleeves like scarves falling in points from the shoulders. It's not that he designed never-seen-beforc clothes. He's picked up ideas that arc In the air, that other designers have played around with. But, he has put them together with such authority and such pleas- ing results that he may very well change the shape of fash- ion. At least, he has given the couture a reason for its exis- tence. Actually, it's been not a bad day for the couture. Jean-Louise Scherrer launched what is prob- ably his best collection to date. He's back there in the s it the pre-New Look of jut, his revivals have a good deal of charm and look like fun, marcelled hair, padded shoulders and all. The makeup uns to red, red lipstick, rouge and penciled eyebrows. Feather Boas His shirtdresses aie p'.ea'.cd too, in the softest apricot, blue or peach tones. He has whim- sical evening dresses, replete with feather boas, embroidered in white and silver beads, that show Paris still has the workrooms to turn out the stuff. Philippe Venet's show is mod- est by Paris couture standards, and so are his clothes. White coats over pale crepe dresses may look unassuming, but they are pretty luxurious, when you come to think about it. That's the. way things go here, quiet luxury so the gold ankle-strap shoes were a shocker. Well, you have to break loose sometimes. WIN was the bride's sister Sandra Erger. The at- maid Miss tendants' gowns, trimmed in lace with a blue ribbon, were royal blue with square neck lines, long puff sleeves and ruf- fles at the hem. Each carried a single white mum. Serving as best man was John Whitson and groomsman Marion Beatty. Seating guests were Rex Reifenstahl, the bride groom's brother, and Rex Ste- phens. Also attending the bridal cou- ple were Melanie Duello a: flower girl and Heath Markland street, Marion. Co-hostesses to he 25 guests were Miss Lisa Balliere, Mrs. Kerry Koehler and Miss Mary Hennessey. The jridegroom's mother, Mrs. Mc- ?arty, gave a miscellaneous >ridal shower Sunday afternoon with 25 guests attending. The Mmes. Robert and McGaughlin assisted. Richard RED APPLE CUPS Red Apple Cups make guest salads festive. Scoop out a Washington Delicious, Rome or Winesap apple, filling it with a tasty fruit salad of chopped apple, white grapes, marsh- mallows and chopped nuts. Top with mayonnaise and a sprig of mint. Berry Patch Nourished By Sidewalk Cleaner INDIANAPOLIS A P newlyweds will at home in Vinton where the bride is a .senior at Vinton senior high school. Mr. Reifenstahl is em- ployed by John Deere Tractor works in Waterloo. ERA Ratification Rejected by Georgia ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) The Georgia house of representa- tives has rejected ratification When Thelma Miller de-ices her Of the proposed Equal Rights sidewalks, she not only gets rid of the ice but occasionally reaps a good crop of strawberries in the spring. Mrs. Miller said she has used fertilizer, instead of salt or melting pellets, to keep her walks clear for about seven _i years. One year, the melting snows and rain water washed the fer- tilizer off the walks and into nearby strawberry beds. "Boy, did we have good, big strawber- ries that the Indianapolis housewife said. The only prob-j lem is trying to gel a bag of fer- i tiiizer in the winter, she said. quickening heartbeats when be brushes your arm. Amendment to the Constitution. The vote Monday night was 104-70 against the amendment, which would provide that "equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or any state on account of sex." Thirty-two states have ratified ERA and it will become the 27th Amendment to the Constitution if six more states approve it. SHOWER HONORS MISS BARBARA TRCKA Miss Barbara Trcka, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Trcka, 3300 Sue lane NW, was honored with a miscellaneous bridal shower given Sunday afternoon. Thirty guests attended. Mrs. James Trcka, 4225 Dalewood avenue SE, was hostess. Miss Trcka and her fiance, John Staub, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nor- man Staub, 3733 First avenue S will be married Feb. 16. Any. Decor: CEDAR RAPIDS PAINT 5093rdAvo.SE Phono 363-9634 SEARS CATALOG SHOPPING SPREE! to the lucky customer whose name is drawn Sat. Feb. 2 by calling Sears Home Shopping number 393-8181 YES MEGISTER Wed. Jan. 30 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Nothing to Buy, Employees Not Eligible Winner Will Be Notified Sat. Feb. 2 Telepholo Dior -turns the clock back to the 1930s in his spring- summer 1974 high-fashion collection, shown in Paris Mon- day. This cherry-printed crepe de Chine dress has a full midi-skirt and puff sleeves. It's worn with open-toed "mule" shoes and long beads. SUPER CATALOG Electronic Calculator Operates on batteries or electricity........................... 41- Thermo-Weave Illankets Durable all 6-in. nylon binding................... Interior Latex Semi-moss Paint Guaranteed colorfast. 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