Cedar Rapids Gazette, July 15, 1974, Page 8

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette July 15, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa g Tho Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon.. July 15, 1971 UPI Telephoto Well Guarded Queen Queen Elizabeth poses with members of the Yeoman of the Guard at Buckingham palace recently, after she made her inspection of the bodyguards The ceremony goes back to I 485 when the guard was formed by Henry VII. Society for Women Features tag;ii. , . .Is...-ii...    . Shelley Anderson Is Bride FAIRFAX - Miss Shelly K Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Carlyle J. Anderson, 1016 Thirty-eighth street SE. Cedar Rapids, became the bride of Randy P Duffy, 828 Center Point road NE, also Cedar Rapids, during a 2 o’clock ceremony Sunday. The Rev. Alexander George perform*^ the ceremony at the home of the bridegroom’s parents The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Jack Duffy Mrs. Duffy For her wedding the bride wore a gown of taffeta styled with a V-neckllne, flounced short sleeves and a ehapel-length train. A picture hat completed her ensemble and her flowers were yellow, orange and white daisies. Mrs John R. Duffy of Des Moines was matron of honor and bridesmaids were Tracy Duffy and Kris Anderson of Cedar Rapids, sisters of the bridal couple. Their gowns were of yellow and orange floral print featuring smocked bodices. Each attendant held a bouquet of orange daisies. Serving his brother as l>est man was John R. Duffy Groomsmen were William Freeman and Dick Bartels, both of Cedar Rapids Lynn Bartels was flower girl A reception for 225 guests was given at the home of the bridegroom’s parents after the ceremony. ♦ WW Following a two-week wedding trip to the ()/arks, the newlyweds will make their home at the ( enter Point road address. Both are associated with Duffy’s Furniture Repair and Antiques store ( RCt Twilight Sixty-four golfers participated in l>as Vegas Tw ilight golf Friday. Low net was won by Mrs. Basil Bowman and Dr Craig Currie. Bill Bergman and Mrs. Leo Uteri had long drives and Bill Summerwill and Mrs Jack Stuhr were closest to pin. Winning other events were Leo Smulokoff. Mrs Jack Liechty. Don McKee. Mr. and Mrs Nels Bergstrom and Mr and Mrs Horace McGrath Mr. Bergman. Jack Hems, Mr. Stuhr and Mr. llten had birdies and an approach was sunk by Mrs. Dave Cn/eitig Committee members were Dr and Mrs Dean Bemus and Dr and Mrs Wally Benson Twin Pines Twilight Winners in Twilight golf played Saturday were John Unvis, Don Gibbs and Mrs Lewis Mr U*wis and Fran Hoffman had birdies and each sank an approach Clubhouse hosts were Mr and Mrs R. J. Simmer and at home hosts were the Bort Hoffmans, 25(19 Blue Ridge drive NE There were 14 golfers Ellis Medalist honors went to Mrs. David Johnson iii weekend play. Flight winners were Mrs. John Jacobs and Mrs. Charles Baria, championship; Mrs. (tile Dills and Mrs. John Stewart, first; Mrs. Harold Layher and Mrs. John Lewis, second, and Mrs. Harold Miller and Mrs. Howard Miller, third. Mrs. Don Terrace and Mrs Wayne Farland had birdies. Bridge Marion ('lab Winners In a Mitchell movement game of duplicate bridge played Saturday at 12:30 at the YWCA were; North-south — Mrs. Fred Hull and Mrs. Mel Smoker, first, and Mrs. James Smittkamp and Tait Cummins, second; east-west — Ron Livingston and David Leichtman of Boston, Mass., first, and Bob Kolar and Janek Dave, second. A unit game will be played Wednesday at 7:30 at the YW, Anita Johnson, Dean A. Daniels Married Sunday MT VERNON - Thr lodge at Palisades-Kepler state park provided the setting Sunday for the marriage of Miss Anita Jean Johnson. 1221 Third avenue SE, and Dean Arthur Daniels. 1500 Oakland road NE, both of Cedar Rapids. Officiating at the 4 o’clock ceremony was the Rev J. M. Steffenson Parents of the bridal couple are Mr and Mrs Donald L, Johnson. WHI South Eleventh strivt. Marion, and Mr and Mr Albert E Daniels of Delhi Jana Ketelsen of Marion was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Susan McGee. Nancy Steffen of Cedar Rapids and Megan Smith Embroidered lace detailed the bride's gown of candlelight satin which featured a sweetheart neckline, long sleeves arid a chapel-length train Her fingertip veil was caught to a jeweled Juliet cat) and she carried a basket of white summer flowers. The maid of honor wore a halter gown rn white and apricot floral print crepe The bridesmaids wore similarly styled gowns in ecru and apricot floral print crepe. Each attendant held a basket of white Fugi mums. Serving as l>cst man was Tom Carlson. Groomsmen were Dennis Jack, Rick Ur-haner and Kim Johnson of Marion, brother of the bride. Candlelighters were Kris Johnson, another brother, and Dale Wallace, both of Marion Following the ceremony, a reception for 2fNi guests was given at the park WWW The couple chose a wedding trip to the Black Hills and Badlands in South Dakota On return, they will be at home at the Oakland road address. Both attended Iowa State university and Kirkwood Community college. The bride is employed by Ross Refrigeration Co., and the bridegroom by the Norand Corp SURPRISE SHOMER GIVEN FOR MISS DONYA HAMM A surprise kitchen shower was given Sunday afternoon in honor of Miss Donna Hamm. July 27 bride-elect of Jeff Buck, by Miss Pam Jagerson. 626 Second street SW. Miss Coleen O’Toole was co-hostess to the 25 guests. Parents of the engaged couple are Mr. and Mrs V. E Hamm, 623 Twenty-sixth street NYV, and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Buck* 953 Twentieth avenue SYY J. Open Mondays and Thursdays until 9:00 PM SALE! UR. CRAVEN DENTIST PRACTICE LIMITED TO DENTURE WORK 113 It* Av* SE, Ceefor Rapids, lo Dot Mom*) • Mason City Stout City VALUES TO $193 One large group of discontinued styles in a good selection of sizes. Many year round fabrics included See them today and list* our convenient LAYAWAY plan. Bridal Salon 2nd Floor Sample BRIDAL GOWNS BRIDESMAID DRESSES Price ‘Johnny Appleseed’ Descendant Receives Invitation to Japan QUINCY, 111 — Even without being officially asked yet, Margaret Wilson Welt in of Quincy has snapped up an invitation to go to the northern tip of Honshu to honor the ‘ Johnny Appleseed of Japan He was her great uncle Japan’s Kyodo news agency has reported the provincial government of Aomori plans to invite all the relatives of the Rev. John lug to visit Sept. 3. That will be years since lng, missionary, introducing to Japan. roughly HH) a Methodist is credited with American apples Buried Apple It is said that one Christmas lug gave apples from the state of Washington to his students at his missionary school and one of them took his apple home to his father, who buried it in his garden. Tilt* apple germinated when spring came, the story goes, and eventually this brought wealth to the family. One biographer, Lowell Dearinger of Mount Vernon, 111., says lng is remembered in Aomori much as is Abraham Lincoln in Illinois. Mrs. YVeltin, office manager of the Quincy Society of Fine Arts, said of the prospect of a trip to Japan, “It’s rather exciting.’’ And she is ready to go. But if the province picks up the tab for all the lug relatives. it may have a crowd on its hands. Descendants have been traced to southern Illinois, Missouri and Colorado, and a daughter. Lavinia, was known to be living in Evanston, 111., two years ago letters frwm lng Mrs. YVeltin said she still has about a dozen letters lng wrote to her mother and Ing’s niece. Gertrude Grady Wilson. “I guess I have almost thrown them away a thousand times while housecleaning but now I’m glad I didn’t.” she said. She recalled that one of the letters described her great-uncle’s pleasure when the emperor of Japan visited his school. Another told about growing apple's and peaches —UPI Telephoto Mrs. Margaret Wilson Weltin, officer manager of the Quincy, III., Society of Fine Arts, is a great niece of Copt. John lng, who introduced Western apples to Japan. She has snapped up an invitation to visit the Northern tip of Honshu, Japan, which plans to honor “the Johnny Appleseed of Japan and to invite all of his relatives. ‘‘and said kiddingly that he had learned that bees have something to do with growing them.” Ing, the son of a Methodist minister, is buried in a mausoleum at the Masonic and Odd Fellows cemetery at Benton, III. Some accounts say Ing was born at Green Castle, Ind . west of Indianapolis, in 1840 He was graduated from Indiana Asbury university (now DePauw university). But anet hor biographer, Gilbert E. Bascom, who wrote “The Johnny Appleseed of Japan”, said Ing was born in the Liberty community southeast of Thompsonville. 111., in Franklin county, where he farmed 640 acres after returning to the United State's. Ing died June 4, 1920. Ing apparently was misunderstood by his neighbors after he came back to illinois. Legend has it that Ing brought back some statuettes from Japan and kept them in a shed near his farm home. A hired hand went to the shed to get a tool, noticed the statuettes and spread stories that Ing was an idol worshipper MISS SAMEK HONORED AT BRIDAL SHOWER Miss Eileen Samek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Samek. 2424 Tenth avenue SW, was honored at a bridal shower Thursday evening given by Mrs. Robert Pierson. 1818 Ellis boulevard NYV Co-hostesses to the 20 guests were Linda and Karen Pierson. Miss Samek is the Aug. HI bride-elect of Gary Samek. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Samek. 2519 J street SW. DEAR ABBY I was recent 1> married My husband and I invited 200 people to our wedding reception; 140 said they were coming, so we put all the money we had into this wedding reception. Only 55 showed up. After the reception, my husband and I went to a local bar for a drink About 30 of the people who accepted but didn t show up were at this bar. I hey gave us some money (with no cards) as a “wedding gift.” We took it because we were so broke I think we should write thank you notes to the people who handed us money, go to the bar, and hand them the thank you notes just like they handed us the money. My husband thinks if we do this, we will be as ignorant as they are I think we are being nicer to them than they deserve by thanking them at all. What do you think ’ HURT DEAR HURT Since you weren't sufficiently “Hurt” to refuse their gifts, you should acknowledge them properly— in writing, and through the mail. CONFIDENTIAL TO “MT WHO WORKS IN AN OFFICE WITH PAT: I think that whatever an adult does in his own home is his own business. DEAR ABBY. I met a man four months ago and I fell — but hard He guessed my age to be “about 65.” but I am 72. I guessed his age to be “about 70,” but I really don’t know how old he is. He acts crazy about me and is giving me a rush. 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  • Albert E Daniels
  • Alexander George
  • Anita Jean Johnson
  • Anita Johnson
  • Arthur Daniels
  • Basil Bowman
  • Bill Summerwill
  • Bob Kolar
  • Charles Baria
  • Craig Currie
  • Dale Wallace
  • David Johnson
  • David Leichtman
  • David Samek
  • Dean A. Daniels
  • Dennis Jack
  • Dick Bartels
  • Don Gibbs
  • Don Mckee
  • Don Terrace
  • Donna Hamm
  • Donya Hamm
  • Eileen Samek
  • Fran Hoffman
  • Fred Hull
  • Gary Samek
  • Gertrude Grady Wilson
  • Gilbert E. Bascom
  • Harold Layher
  • Harold Miller
  • Howard Miller
  • Jack Duffy
  • Jack Hems
  • Jack Liechty
  • James Smittkamp
  • Janek Dave
  • Jeff Buck
  • John Jacobs
  • John Lewis
  • John R. Duffy
  • John R. Duffy Groomsmen
  • John Stewart
  • John Unvis
  • Johnny Appleseed
  • Karen Pierson
  • Kim Johnson
  • Kris Anderson
  • Kris Johnson
  • Leo Samek
  • Leo Smulokoff
  • Leo Uteri
  • Lowell Dearinger
  • Margaret Wilson Welt
  • Margaret Wilson Weltin
  • Megan Smith
  • Mel Smoker
  • Miss Shelly K Anderson
  • Mrs Carlyle J. Anderson
  • Mrs Dean Bemus
  • Mrs Donald L
  • Mrs Horace Mcgrath
  • Mrs Jack Stuhr
  • Mrs Kenneth Buck
  • Mrs Nels Bergstrom
  • Mrs R. J. Simmer
  • Mrs V. E Hamm
  • Mrs Wayne Farland
  • Nancy Steffen
  • Pam Jagerson
  • Randy P Duffy
  • Rapids Lynn Bartels
  • Rev J. M. Steffenson
  • Robert Pierson
  • Ron Livingston
  • Shelley Anderson
  • Susan Mcgee
  • Tait Cummins
  • Tom Carlson
  • Tracy Duffy
  • William Freeman

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: July 15, 1974

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