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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                8 Thf Cedar Rapids Mon July 29. J97J Olymp ic Playing a game of scoopball during the Woman's club Olympic lawn party Saturday are, in the foreground, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Feddersen, 3111 Allegheny diive NE. Meanwhile, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McCartan, 241 Brentwood drive NE, indulge in a game of "toss the daisy a form of horseshoes. The party, which was given at the Feddersens' home, featured a potluck dinner and Olympic games for the group's members. Fifteen Women Have Survived In Academy By James Flanagan KIXGS POINT. X.Y. (API Fifteen would-be midship- men at the U.S. mere-haul marine academy have euine their initial indnc- Irinatiun period but not without crying a lot. The 13 art- the firs! females ever tu enroll in a federal service academy. One official noted somewhat smugly when the sirls reported recently lhat there usually was a bit; dnipoul rate during the in- dnctrinalion. Bnl so far not a single girl has dropped out. and they're now gearing up for a month of general academic training he- fore "Acceptance day" on Aug. 31. The big difference noted hy "pushers" midshipmen who put the plebes through Ihe indoctrination is that when you push a girl plcbe too far. she may burst out crying. They don't seem to like being yelled at. the "pushers" dis- covered. Teresa Olsen. a 17-year-old from Washington. B.C.. ad- milted thai even though slie was a high school cross- country champion, she had trouble keeping up with the long-legged males during some of the exercises. But she proudly noted that four inches have come cff her waistline since she started the program. One midshipman said he approached Miss Olsen when lie noticed she was upset, but she insisted she was just crying in sympathy with a ruommalc. Harris-Schulte Vows XORWAY Miss .laciiue- line Kaye Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hichanl Dale Hams, lid Kast Clark street. Hiawatha. and Raymond Michael Scludle. sou of Mr. and Mrs. Kavmmid Sehulte. were married Friday after- noun. The Rev. Robert .1. Saun- ders officiated at the one o'clock cemnony at St. Michael's Catholic church. A reception was given for 250 guests at Hie Ponderosa ball- room in after Ihe cer- emony. The bride wore a gown of dacron polyester organza styled with bishup sleeves and a bcribboncd empire waistline trimmed with sequined scal- loped Chantilace. Her veil was trimmed with matching lace and she carried a of white daisies and pink sweet- heart ruses. Billie -lean Boren was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Patricia A. Weaver of Cedar Rapids and Debra and Connie Sehulte. sisters of the brideuroom. They wore pink gowns of crepe and (Tuny lace fashioned with short puff sleeves and A-line skirts. Their florai headpieces and Mrs. Schulle bouquets were of blue and while daisies and pink roses. Orlan Sehulte was the bride- groom's best man. .lay Mn- ntague. Jim Dietrich and Max Klliott were groomsmen. Ush- ers included David and Kevin Harris, both of Hiawatha, brothers of the bride, and Rocky Sehulte and Sieve Stumpff. Following a brief wedding trip, the couple will reside in Norway where the bridegroom farms. The bride has been employed by FMC Corp.. Crane and F.xcavalor Div. Women's Golf Bridge Marion Cluh Winners in a Mowdl men! game plaved Saturday at the VWCA were: .lou Verbivk and Brine Culbertun. first, and Mrs K. V. Harrington and Bruce Thiher. second The nexl gmr.e will lie played at Wednesday at the VWCA. Sidi- (lid) Mitchell winner- in a game plaxed Sinid.r. a! Welty-Wa> were, Mrs. Howard Wilfon-j and Mrs. F. (I. Johnson, first, and Mr. and Mrs Leslie Miller, second: east-uTsi David A. Cray and Joe Verbick. first, and Bruno Rinas and Ronald Livington. second. The nexl game will be played at 7 Thursday ;d Welly-Wai. Kills Mrs. George Shimek was medalist fur weekend plav. Fliu'ht winners were: Miss Hetty Ilruska and Mrs. Johnson, championship; Mrs. Russell Braley and Mrs. Rob- ert North, first: Mrs. John Lewis and Mrs. (lilberl Knutt. second, and Mrs. F. Poor- man and Mrs. Richard Wing, third. The Mines. Howard Miller. Knoll. Charles Barta and Don Terrace had birdies. Tw in Pines HU-.N fur twilight '-'ul! play Sunday were Mr and Mr- Carl Badger. Mr. and Mrs. Dun (libbs anil Mr. and Mrs Her! lloflinaii wire won by. Mi. and Mrs (libhv Mr and Mr.-. Hoffman and Mr-. Badger. Mr Ba-L'er had ,i birdie BRIDAL SHOffKR HONORS MISS SAXDI DITCHER Miss Sandi Dutcher. daughter uf the Philip Dutch- ers of Iowa Falls, was honored a bridal shower Sunday aft- ernuon given by Mrs. Thomas (lorecki. 2117 Balsam drive Forty-six guests shared the courtesy at All Saints Catholic church social moms. Miss Dulcher is the Aug. 24 bndc-elei-t of Donald (lorecki. son uf Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gon-eki of 1II2H Hill drive SF. TIIK GLKYN VVASSOXS VISIT IN C. R. Col. and Mrs Glenn Wasson and their daughter. Terri. recently in the home of Mrs. D.J Wasson and Walter Wasson. I'M Fills boulevard NW. while enruule fruin Berkeley. Calif., to Montgo- mery. Ala. Col. Wasson will he an instructor a! Maxwell air force base. ON THIS DATK in voters in Greece endorsed the decisions by their leaders to abolish the Greek and install George Papa- dupoulos as president. NEW IN THE WANT ADS! Look To Classified Each Day For PATTERNS Sfiop The Want For Excellent Buys. Ordination Ceremonies Set Despite Controversey in Epsicopal Church li> (Jeorju1 Cornell Pmi.ADKU'lllA iAP) Aiiml unit' 11 onu'ii iiro to In- ordained Kpiscupal priests IHTC the l ul liii-ii in lit- lii.il iifiUiii i.tim in liif timuii I historv i The irrcmotiK'N a! Philadelphia t'hurd: the I M-l in tlt'l'iamr Hit- prartii-r I lie wuiiien. in (rum '11 I" 7H. .in- Iruin i-iiiht I'heir Ir.iiiiin.; lici-n -ei'Mih; as a step In lilt- ul the hi-liuiis ul tlifir huiiu- dioeeses. iiuweu-r. Juear Jtty aliti. n The ntth'ialnh: divhnvil urn- nliuiiriuv iht1 spirit uf a IIM-II t'hnM uhc Muinnons IT- hruTs in HI ut'Viiit'ss hif" in sivkiM1.; iivnlnm. hli- ri'alitin ami Tin- aiitiril "Uritnm; his ninniiaml vu- ran iirnl nn t'tiu-i1 Rebel Maneuver 1 iu-ir rniirM' artlnii rauir n) ;i In. in ijlr ilmi'ilis prrMiluiL! ilir Hi lirv .Inlin M ih.u .liKiminn ilu-ir ivlirl numi'iurr "Hrirtu- iih- llul> llliu-.! fur [in- iiiiuv anil unrk m ,i in Ilir ('Iniivli Cuil nut'.-, ihc ntr uf unhiKilinn. as lay lianiK mi Ilic ul III.- new nimiMt-rv The uiunni IHVIMIH- the fnxl in Ihr wolrni world in he unlainnl Hie sn-ralled "iipiiMulir a riiain nf Iraced hai-k In .It-Mi-.' apnsllrs lu> the hands frnin nne In tlie iit'M. This line is inainlaiiied in Hie Human Cathniie luisiern and Aiisjliran t-htirelies. til' whifh Hie :i 1-millinn- mrmluT Kpiscnpal clinreh is Hie Ainent-an hranrh. Ollen ealled a "hridue ehnreh. i! embraces bmh I'l'nie-.- lam and Calhiihr Iraditiiiiis. wuinrn in il roiiMi- inles a hisinne break-ihriiimh in Hie male iluiiiiiiance uf Hie pneslhiiiid in that heritage. "Our primary motivation is In heuin In free pnesHinnd friim Hie blindage it suffers as liini; as H is exeliisinn nf persuns un the basis nf sav-. a mint slalemenl by the II unmeii. "U'e are fully ciiynixant uf the risks In ourselves and nthers. Yt't we inns! Irne In nur viieatiuns dud's irresisl- ible will fur us niiw ili-ujiliiKHA aetiun. eilher fnun iheir u.nk m- aiMin-1. :ni> nde linlv priesis can euiisei-rau- Hie clt-nicnt- a! i uni- fur Hie flnircli's eeiural -mur uf Ordination Officianh :swanson. -HI. i'l Kail and X .1 Mrs Swanson. wife oi' a Kansas City pallor. Iht' (i. Swanson. is the daughter ul Bishop U flit's, known as ,i fhiin-lniiaii espotism'-: i alholie Iradilioiis lit1 looked OUT our t-aiii'iis and there's noUnim tliat forhids tilt1 ordination ol women However, a t-anun specilies thai t-aniliilalfs for the priest- hood niiisl be rt'i-oiniiit'iiilt'd by Iht'ir home iliort'san bishop ami Ills standing cummitlee. and Ihis has not been lortlu-oin- nii; in Hit- t-asf of the woint'ii. Tlif fhnri-h at its last triennial romi'Mtions has rt1- Ift'tfd mou's to priests the lasi lime only hy a Uvhnieality in tile Mor allhoimh the maioritv of delegates it. The majority nf the ehurrh's hishops also have indieated approval of anthorixini; uomen priesis hy regular proeednres. hii! many of those doiim sn have sharply Ihe inde- pi'iident laetics in Philadelpliia Society 7he Benders Will Reside In Solon NORWAY Miss Monica Mary La Grange and Loran L. Bender. Amana. were married Friday evening during a 7 o'clock ceremony at St. Michael's Catholic church. The Rev. Robert J. Saunders officiated at the ceremony. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. La Grange of Amana and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Bender of Well- man. For her wedding, the bride chose an empire A-line gown uf (lotted voile fashioned with a sleeveless pinafore bodice, a ruffled neckline and panels of eyelet lace extending over the front and back of the gown to a train. Her veil was bordered with Venice lace and held by a profile cap and she carried a cascade of white roses. Beth Hemesath was maid of honor and Mary and Rose La Grange, sisters of the bride, were bridesmaids. They were attired in pale blue dotted Swiss nylon gowns styled with empire waistlines. Each car- ried a nosegay of white daisies and blue carnations. Doug Ulin was the brideg- room's best man. Carl Bender and Robert La Grange were groomsmen and ushers were Melvin Bender and Mark La Grange. Following the ceremony, a reception for 21111 guests was at the Norway schuul. The couple will reside in Solon. Both are employed by Amana Refrigeration Cu. The bridegroom attended Kirk- wood Community college. i Vau Uutt a j 1IKAH AliliV liur was reiently marrit-i! at a lou-h tliuivh tti-ildiiu: It was j her first imt liill> haii IIITII marne.i I niiilt-di Tile hritle alltl hnd-.-'.'roolll reteiM-d a hi-aulifid siKer iray iniin aunt anil liiit-K- Tin- rolliiwini: i.ini was "This is I nut niiinnu'raiitniril. lull li von i are liiarrieti a year from no'.t and >nii lake H I" Hudson's iewelry siore, will mon- oL'nmi H for free "i Aunt I'c.ijuy anil I'nele Clifford Well. wh.it ilu make of that" UKAR It's a pretty Hood bet that Aunt POKRV and incle Clifford sent Billy a Hi'ddini; sift for his first time around and horauso it was iiionosranimed, it Has unrc- luniahlc. And they wanted to make sure history didn't re- peat itself. (It's practical, but poor taste.) it DKAK ABRV' In reference to that Ph.D wlui claimed he had Irau'lril all over Ihe world and had lieen in the company of amhassadors. elr.. and that he didn't knmv what RSVP meant: Kveryhody knmvs it nu'ans "Rented suits very proper." C. FFLTOX: Flashy Basketball Is Idol of Thousands in NEW VORK In France, they chant her name. "Cha- xalon. Clwalon." as she takes the court, and thousands of school girls and school boys imitate her flashy style. She wears a spangled headband, dribbles the ball between her legs, behind her back, shoots hook shots with both hands, double pumps on jump shots and, best of all. she sometimes employs an around-the-back layup that al- ways draws a roar from the crowd. Her name is Jacky Chazalnn and. except for Jean-Claude Killy. she is perhaps the best known sports figure in France. She plays basketball for the Clermont university club, a team that has won the French national women's championship every year of its existence seven. It's three-year won-loot record stands at 190-1. with a winning streak of 130 games and a current streak of fill games. Technically, she is consi- dered a physical education instructor, but she has done nothing but play basketball for years. The French govern- ment pays her S4III1 a month for her job plus another a month as pocket money. She is a 29-year-old, 5-foot-9- inch amateur who has played on the French national team for 12 straight years, almost 2011 international games. Miss Cnazalon created something of a furor in France recently when she turned down her national team selection in order to come to America and attend a men's basketball camp a special invitation from Howie Landa, who operates the ail- pro camp at Poconu Pines. Pa. Miss has played against men before, so the camp won't be an entirely new experience for her. "i am as good technically as any man I have ever played against in Europe." she said. "But I want to play against the best players in the world the American men." "fabrics and Sewing" A Brand New Section Coming To The Cedar Rapids Gazette Wednesday, August 14 Of interest to all women who fashion their own clothes or do Knitting Needlepoint Crewel Upholstering Draperies etc. For ads in this section, call Display Advertising Dept. 398-8224. Plan Now, Last Minute Deadline is 10 A.M. Thurs. August 8. ALHAMBRA. CALIF. CONFIDENTIAL TO "A FRENCH-SPEAKING ITAL- IAN IN The French have a phrase for it: "II n'y pas les femmes froides, mais les hommes maldroit." Which means, "There are no frigid women, only clumsy men." Problems? You'll feel better if yon get it off your chest. For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700, Los An- geles, Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed en- velope, please. 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