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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 17, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Jue ]ear Ity Abigail Van Burns 'RKAU ABUY: My husband and I gu around with another young married couple who have been getting on our nerves lately because of -...liicthiiig tiny do uhich vu- dislike. They are always talking about how much money they make, how much their clothes cos! them, how much Ihcy spent on their vacations and they even bragged about how much they got back on their income tax. It's sickening. What do you do about people like that without breaking up Ihe friendship? I1ATKS HKACCINi; DKAR HATES: I would see a lot less of them. But If you don't want to break up the friendship (this Is a (ell them in a friendly tone that their cons- tant talk about money is bor- ing, so to please soft pedal it. And i! you should lose their friendship, you'll not have lost much. DEAR ABBY: To that woman who scouted all the churches in town in search of a man and finally found one, you said, "Some people go to church to after which 1 thought you were going to add, some people go to church to prey." ARDYTH ULLMAN DEAR ADYTH: Had I thought of it, I might have. DEAR ABBY: In response to the mother of an llth grader who is upset about the four- letter words in the books as- signed to him to read by his English teacher. Mrs. Upset states: "If I heard my son using such lan- guage as he is being forced to read, he would get five knuckles in the mouth." As a mother and teacher, it is my opinion that there is more suffering in this world caused by parents who think parenthood gives them the right to apply five knuckles in the mouth than by all the four- letter words that ever were. Just as beauty lies in the eye nf the beholder, so does filth in literature. To this beholder, dirty words, if used at ail, might better be used to describe man's inhumanity to man; the inhumanity of as- suming the right to judge the values of another person and further assuming the right to physically assault another per- son because of a difference in values. A WISCONSIN MOTHER AND TEACHER DEAR MOTHER AND TEACHER: Beautiful. Your students arc fortunate and your children are' blessed. JOYCE CHURCHILL FETED AT BRIDAL SHOWER Miss Joyce Churchill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Churchill, 1825 E avenue NE, was honored at a bridal shower Friday eveningi Mrs. Clifford Trilk and Mrs. Bernie Hayslett were hostesses at 1717 B avenue NE. Twelve guests at- tended. July 20 Is the wedding date chosen by Miss Churchill and Tom Pochobradsky, son of Mrs. Thomas Pochobradsky, 4748 F avenue NE. Vows AUilA The Key. IJWTIU; pi'rfuniH'u the ceremony Saturday which united in marrlam! Miss Bar- bara Williams and Stephen HHsi-her. The ceremony, wlili-h look place at the First Christian church, was followed a reception at the church I'areiils of !hc. hrulal coupli! are Mrs Howard Williams of Alhia and the yr Williams and Mr and Mrs. S. It. llelscher of Kenta. Kim barney was maid of lioiior and hridesniaids V.ITI' Dehra Sawyer and Colette Cady. Chuck llelscher served his brother as best man and were Kick llel- scher, another brother, and Clay 1'ickcns. Ushers include Hernie Allwiod and Tom llahn. Cady and Annie llelscher were flower Kirls. Kor her wedding, the bride chose an empire gown of Cluny lace over taffeta and crinoline styled with a mandarin collar, Camelot sleeves and a full- length train. Her fingertip veil was caught to a face-framing headpiece and she carried a Susan Ness Is Married On Saturday SLATER Bethlehem Lutheran church provided the setting Saturday for the marriage of Miss Susan Marie Ness and Jeffrey Philip John- son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Johnson, 2315 Linden drive SE, Cedar Rapids. The bride is the daughter of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Ness. The bride's father per- formed the ceremony. Lace trimmed the bride's empire gown of embroidered sheer over peau de sole which was styled with a scoop neckline and cape sleeves. She wore a full-length mantilla and held a cascade bouquet of blue miniature carnations. Dorothy Ness attended her sister as maid of honor and Jeannine Johnson, the bridegroom's sister, and Julie Ray were bridesmaids. They wore empire gowns of blue polyester double knit featuring scoop necklines and cape sleeves trimmed with white lace. Each attendant held a single white spider mum. James Johnson of Cedar Rapids served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Robert Strickler and Randy Romsey. Paul Ness, the bride's brother, was usher. Mary Burk was personal attendant. A reception was given at the church after the ceremony. The newlyweds chose a wed- ding trip to Minnesota. They will reside at 2030 Glass road NE, Cedar Rapids, on return. Both were graduated from Luther college. The bride af- filiated with Tau Delta Gamma sorority and the bridegroom with Zeta Pho Tau fraternity. The bridegroom is the owner of Lloyd's Fish and Chips res- taurant. bouquet of white roses and blue miniature carnations. The attendants' A-line gowns in light blue featured white collars and tie back bells. Kadi aUcnilanl wore a while picliire hat and held blue and white daisies. On return from wrddlnK Inp. the newlyweds will make their home in Kirksville, Mo. The bride is a student at Northeast Missouri Slate university. The bridegroom, a graduate of that .same uuiviT.iily. will Iracli fall in Columbus Junction, lie affiliated with I'ln Mil Alpha fraternity. Mary J. Erwin Is Married to Mr. Richardson SIOUX KAI.LS. S. Marriage vows were repealed Sunday by Miss Mary Jane Kr- win and David Allen Richard- son, son the Stanely G. Richardsons, 669 Staub court NE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The ceremony, performed at First United Methodist church by the Rev. Richard Moberly, was followed by a reception for 250 guests at the church. The bride is the (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd II. Erwin of Sioux Falls. The bride selected a gown of polyester crepe styled with a standup neckline, lace cape collar and full sleeves. Her Cranberries May Be Served in a Number Of Ways for Wedding Rehearsal Parties Hairdressers Assn. Holds Installation Newly-elected officers for the Cedar Rapids Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Assn. af- filiate No. 10 for 1974-75 were installed recently. They are: Kay Conoway, president; Arlene Cook, vice- president; Betty Worrell, secretary; Dorothy Arnold, treasurer, and Joan Reinberg, Bill Hall and Betty Schindlcr, directors. 2 join for the price of 1. Trim the Wmmlig (ytnrstll and a Bring milbfr. daughter, ntlghlxr, fir. At Maine Piwere, grl ptrswal altrnllil every Team Time" and mtdtrn machines make II Inn. Unite! .a! Elaine FWers Figure FINAL WEEK ntr person per month. Complete 4-monlh program for two. Regular price: J9 per person per month. Unlimited visits. N.I Illlnnt Nil Olllllnl W Pllvllrnc nil.' .l.l.ll.lMf When a body needs a friend (at a price any body can afford) Ejaine Powers Figure Salons Mon. thru Frl. 9 AM-9 PNI, Saturday 9-4 Town Country Shopping Cantor PHONE 364-9909 or 364-9929 Surely the wedding rehearsal party is one of the most delightful (if the which take place before ihe bells chime on that happy day Traditionally Ihe bridegroom's parents host this joyful oc- casion for the bridal couple and their attendants. Whether the rehearsal takes place before lunch or dinner, this light and easy medley of cranberry recipes is a perfect choice because it can be prepared ahead of time, and will be ready to serve as soon ;is everyone arrives. Set the buffet table beforehand and gaily decorate it with the pretty gifts of remembrance which the bride and groom-to-be present to their maid of honor, best man, bridesmaids and ushers. Berry Saucy Meatballs made with whole berry cranberry sauce are delicious. Serve them elegantly in a chafing Mrs. Richardson fingertip mantilla was trimmed with crocheted lace and she carried a cascade of yellow sweetheart roses with a white Bible. Erna Taylor was maid of honor and bridesmaid was the bride's sister, Irene Erwin. They wore gowns of yellow and white gingham polyester fea- turing standup necklines, full sleeves and ruffles at the hemlines. Each attendant carried a single white mum. Best man was William Richardson of Cedar Rapids, the bridegroom's brother. Groomsman was Robert Richardson of Cedar Rapids, another brother. Guests were seated by Samuel Simonetta, Paul Struss and Richard Har- mon of Cedar Rapids. Following a wedding trip to Wisconsin, the new Mr. and Mrs. Richardson will reside in Brookings, S. D., where they are students at South Dakota State university. The bride- :room is also employed by the university's print lab. Classified Ads are the answer to your storage problems. Dial 398-8234. Expectant Postal Worker Returns To Former Job DETROIT An ex- pectant postal worker is back on the job, three weeks after she was forced to take a ma- ternity leave from her post of- fice job because she was months pregnant. Under threat of court action by the American Postal Workers, the U. S. Postal ser- vice agreed to allow Rita Herrala, now seven months pregnant, to return to work recently. "1 got a rousing cheer when I walked in the said Mrs. Herrala, 28. "This means that from now on the post office will have to treat maternity as any other kind of temporary disability. It's good for the workers, but I don't think management is too happy about it." Mrs. Herrala, a postal clerk at the Metropolitan airport air mail branch office, is expect- ing her second child in mid- August. She was placed on involun- tary maternity leave without pay May 24, a day after she brought a note from her doctor requesting lighter work because of her pregnancy. dish along with a platter tit bread crouslades. Also have a l.t.v.! aini light dressing. Kor dessert, Cranberry Charlotte Itiisse made with delicate lady fingers, peaches and jellied cranberry sauce is as delectable as it is pink and pretty. And, lust but not for tlic prcnuptial toasting, a grand bowl of Cranberry Champagne I'uncli will add to the joyous scene. Berry Saucy Miniature Meatballs 2 Ibs. ground beef I Ib. ground pork I tbsp. salt tsp. pepper 3 eggs 1 clove garlic, mashed 1 small onion, chopped 1 can (1 Ib.) jellied whole berry cranberry sauce 1 cup chili sauce (1 ]'l-m. jar) 2 tbsps. prepared mustard 1 jar (5 m.) cocktail onions, drained Croustades (below) or puff pastry shells In a large bowl, combine beef, pork, salt, pepper, eggs, garlic and chopped onion; mix until well blended. Shape mix- ture into IVfc-inch balls, place side by side in a single layer in a shallow baking pan. Bake in a preheated moderate oven at 350 degrees 30 to 35 minutes or until meatballs are brown and cooked. In a large skillet, heat cran-' berry sauce, chili sauce, mus- tard and cocktail onions until bubbly. With slotted spoon add meatballs to sauce. Simmer until bubbly. Spoon into a chafing dish and keep warm over a warmer. Serve meat- balls in bread croustades or in baked puff pastry shells. To make eight croustades, trim all the crusts from two 1- pound loaves of unsliced white bread. Cut each loaf into four thick crosswise slices. With a sharp knife scoop out the center of each slice leaving a shell %-inch thick. Brush shells with melted butter or margarine and place on a cookie sheet. Bake in a preheated hot oven at 400 degrees 15 to 20 minutes or until brown. Serves six to eight. No rehearsal is needed for this easy-to-prepare buffet for a wedding rehearsal party. A menu of dishes may be whipped up with cranberries, ranging from Berry Saucy Miniature Meatballs, to be served with bread crous- tades, to Cranberry Charlotte Russe for dessert. love is... making scented sachets to freshen his handkerchief drawer. [J U S till O" The Woods are full of people willing to sell you a Diamond if you want your money's worth you'll come to Ginsberg's Cedar Rapids 200 2nd Av0. SE Iowa Shopping Center Cranberry Charlotte Russe 24 double lady fingers 2 cans (1 Ib. each) peach slices, drained 1 cup pint) heavy cream, whipped 1 tsp. rum flavoring 1 can (1 Ib.) jellied cran- berry sauce, cut into %-inch cubes Stand four lady fingers upright into each of six sherbet dishes. Spoon peaches into the bottom of the dishes. In a bowl mix cream, rum flavoring and cranberry sauce cubes gently until well blended. Spoon mix- ture on peaches in center of each sherbet dish. Chill until ready to serve. Serves six. Cranberry Champagne Punch 1 (it. cranberry juice cocktail 1 can (6 oz.) frozen concen- trated orange juice, thawed and undiluted 1 qt. ginger ale, chilled 1 pt. brandy or cognac 2 bottles qt. each) champagne, chilled Ice cubes, strawberries and orange slices In a large punch bowl, mix cranberry juice cocktail, orange juice, ginger ale and brandy. Slowly stir in cham- pagne. Add ice cubes, straw- berries and orange slices. Stir until very cold. Serve in punch cups. 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