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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 30, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                8 The Cedar Rapids (iazette: Tues.. July 30. 1171 Episcopal bishops, Edward Willis, jr., (with hat) and Antonio Ramos, begin the ordination ceremony in Philadelphia Monday with eleven women who were elevated to the priesthood. The bishops involved in the ceremony face possible dismissal by other Episcopal bishops because of their actions. Bishop Ramos, an active prelate from Costa Rica, unexpectedly joined three other bishops in officiating at the ceremony. Packed, Jubilant By George Cornell PHILADELPHIA (AP) _ The Episcopal Church now has its first women priests, an office they gained in an open re- volt against age-old ecclesiastical barriers. They face threatened disciplinary restraints on their new ministry. But the 11 women ordained here Monday, with four bish- ops conferring on them the order of priesthood, indicated a confidence about their future that resembled the exuberance of (he occasion. "I've been ministering to oppressed people, and I'll continue to do that as a priest." said the Rev. Katrina Swanson. of Leawood. Kan., one of the newly ordained wom- en. Their hopeful mood, expressed at a news conference, followed a crowded, clamorous but jubilant three-hour cere- mony of hymns, litanies and solemn vows. About people boomed out the responses and songs. they thundered after each prayer. Applause swelled repeatedly through the high-domed sanctuary, the century-old Church of the Advocate. Pries ts Co-Affirm "Take thou authority to execute the office of a priest in the church of the bishops pronounced in turn, placing their hands on the heads of the new ministers in the ancient ritual, as television lights glared in the chancel area. Scores of robed priests extended their hands, in a gesture co-affirming the action. Many came from oilier cities to cheer the advent of women priests. It happened in defiance of the church's practice and traditions, and ran counter to 21) centuries of male dominance nf Christian priesthood. "Ue believe it is a Christian duly to disobey unjust laws." Charles V. Willie, a Harvard professor and vice pres- ident of the church's lay-clergy House of Deputies, told the congregation. The women are not only the first female priests in the Episcopal church.'s history, but the first in the Western world to be ordained through the so-called "apostolic succession." This is a chain of authority carried on through the gener- ations by bishops since the time of .lesns' apostles, a lineage maintained in Roman Catholic. Eastern Orthodox and An- glican churches, of which the Episcopal Church is the Amer- ican branch. Dissents Voiced At a point in the rite when retired Colorado Bishop Dan- iel Corrigan asked if those present knew of "any impedi- ments" to the ordinations, several priests stepped forward to voice dissents. "Unlawful and schismatical." protested tile Rev. Charles II. Osborue, executive director of the American Church Un- ion, an Anglo-Catholic group. A "renegade service." said the Rev. .lames Leach, of Providence, H. I. "Perversion." accused the Rev. George Rutler. of Phila- delphia, drawing a wave of boos. Bishop Corrigan replied that Scripture and Christian teaching challenge "our customary rules and ways." and not only permit the ordination action but "command it." Above the altar hung a Scripture quotation "In Christ there is neither male nor female We are one." Unexpectedly, a currently active prelate. Bishop Antonio Ramos, of Costa Rica, joined Bishop Corrigan and two other retired bistiops-iii officiating at the service. s Twin Pines Junior Winners Monday were: Juan Peck, medalist. Christ! Thom- as on li holes and Amy Schaefer on 4 holes. Prizes were awarded in Taini Thom- as for low pulls and Michel Thomas for high putts. Mon- day will be the final day of play iur !he summer Jones Park Junior Fourteen members palc-d in play Mondav. Medal- ist for the dav was Sandv Phillips Flight vvinn, were Debbie Aarek. championship: Bri-nrla Boss and l.orenr Kiic-hl. vc-c-'ind. The olive Klnirrrsl Junior Nllle-liole ]l. nal Mond.r, lord, medalist: Tracy .lohn- son. loniresl drive: Breoda fiousluir. tu pin. and Molly (iavin. average golfer. Tami Thninason was medalist and had the longest drive. Missy Young was closes! tu pin and l.iuda Carslens. average golfer on "t hides. Three-hole winners wen-: Whitehead. mcdali-1: Sue Martin, longest drive. Polly X.impfer. rinsesi to pin. and Susan (iiles. average golf- i r Miss Whitchearl also won !he special and sank an approai h. Indian C'reek Medalist honors wen! to Shcii.i Jilka mi 0 holes, [.aura Thinnos on i and .Jorly [lovvoll en '1 in iiininr L-irN id.tved Monday They also won !'ir lnw ill-Ill shols inr HUM pull- were 1 Keskim-a, orev ''ari- and Sh.iuna Then- '.v'-i'- '_''! L'llls plavnii; Reception Honors Newlyweds Friday Mr. and Mrs. David L. McKee. I.akcvvood. Calif, were honored with a wedding reception given Friday even- ing at the Wendy Oaks cnuntry club. Hosts for the occasion were the bride- groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. drover Squires nf Ilil Thirty-eighth street Tin' McKccs were married June at SI. .lode's Catholic church in l.akewond. She is the furmer Rose llallaev. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ilallacy nf DC-HUT. The bridegroom is a former resident uf Cedar Rapid- KM MA STO.NK ('KI.KBKATKS HKK 90TII BIRTHDAY K.mma Sione. sin-am aveiiiie XK. celebrated li'-r Illlth birthday Sunday unli it pu-iiic- L'lveii by her family at Seimnole park Salnnlav. 27 relative-, and Inenrls -harecl vv ilh Mrs St'itii- at hc-r home love 3d is gii'ing the chil- dren su'imwing les- sons. Coffee Given Ann Culver, left, wife of Rep. John Culver (D- Cedar chats with Mr. and Mrs. George Michel of 2887 Alburnett road, Marion, at a coffee given Monday in the River pavilion at Ellis park. The coffee is one of two given by the Citizens for Culver committee. The other coffee was given in the afternoon at Bever park. Society DEAR ABBY: This will probably throw you. My hus- band is the best. He's a good provider, we have a nice home, he loves our kids and spends his time and money on the house and family. The problem is my frustrations. Our rela- tionship has dwindled to prac- tically nothing. He gives me the usual good- bye and hello kisses, but, they're completely without feeling. He never really holds me, or caresses me. He kisses me like I was his sister. Should the honeymoon be over after 12 years? I'm no sex-bomb, so don't suggest I meet him at the door in a see- through apron. I mentioned a counselor once, but he couldn't under- stand why he needed one. Sometimes I'm so frustrated I could scream. I don't want to hurt his masculine ego. Must I learn to live with this or is there a solution? FRUSTRATED DEAR FRUSTRATED: Don't worry about hurting his mas- culine ego. Tell him what you've told me. But also ask him if he thinks you're doing your part Problems? You'll feel better if you get it off your chest. For a personal reply, write to .ABBY: Box No. 69700, Los An- geles, Calif. 90069. Christine Downs Married Sunday Oakland Owrch of the .Xaxarene provided the setting Sunday for the remarriage of Christine .leannotte Downs, COII Fifth avenue SE, and Albert Leonard Downs. The Rev. C.M. Howe officiated at the ceremony. Parents of the bridal couple are Mrs Elizabeth .1. Nurds of Des Myines. Dominic .1. Prochaska, 2463 First avenue and Mrs. Virginia Downs. 1044 Tenth avenue SK. The bride wore a taffeta gown styled with long sleeves and a tiered lace skirt. Her sheer lace veil was caught to a satin pillbox hat and she carried a bouciuet of blue and white carnations and white pompons. The bride's mother was her matron of honor and Albert McDonough. step-father of the bridegroom, was best man. Shane Sauer seated guests and Shelley Ann and Michael Richard Wolf were flower girl and ringbearer. The nialron of honor was attired in a blue chiffon gown. She wore a blue veil and head- piece and carried white carna- tions. Following the ceremony, a reception was given for 15 guests at the home of the bride's grandmother. Mrs. .U. Prochaska. 3217 Wave- land drive MY. The couple plans a delayed wedding trip. They will reside at the Fifth avenue address. The bride, a graduate of Young's School of Beauty, is employed by Sandy's beauty salon. The bridegroom is employed by the Yellow Cab "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 e Needlepoint Crewel Upholstering Draperies etc. For ads in this section, coll1 Display Advertising Dept. 398-8224. Plan Now, Last Minute Deadline is 10 A.M. Thurs. August 8. BLOWN-IN MINERAL WOOL INSULATION Wione. 363-9634 Summer Rate In Effect GREAT PLAINS GAS Insulation Dept. 1101 Second Ave. S.E. Phone 362-1 186 or 365- 4647 Photographer on duty DAIir 10 om-8 pm Sunday 10-am-6 pm Wod- 30 31 Thun. Frl. Sat. Aug. All ages: Babies, children and adults One sitting per subject Additional Groups or individuals in same ii. 00 per subject No Choose from finished professional portraits our selection) You may select additional riortraiti offered at low prices SATISFACTION GUARANTEED KMART EAST 180 COLLINS RD. N.E. NO HANDLING CHARGE Duren Becomes Bride Mrs. Wade Bridge The Shufflers Winners of the rubber bridge .name played Monday at Noclndge Park Christian ehtireh were: North-south Mrs. John McC'allum and Mrs. Ken Tiiuro, first, and Mrs. Shirley Moore and Mrs. Hill [Inward, seennd: east-west Mrs. Robert Dreckman and Mrs. Richard Circuit, first, and Mrs. Jim Boardman and Mrs. Robert Butsclii. second. Over- all winners were Mrs. Me- ('ullum and Mrs. Tonro. The next is scheduled at i! Monday at the church. The Want Ad number is 398-8234. DECOR All Miss Colene Rae Duran. Twelfth ave- nue C'edar Rapids, and Kevin Michael Wade were married Saturday in the chap- el at Luther college. W. Clifford Sehrubbe, jus- tice (if the peace, officiated at the 6 o'clock ceremony. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Duran, 1723 Brockman ave- nue, Marion, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wade, 2221 Ha- ven court SW, Cedar Rapids. The bride chose an A-linc gown of antique while- styled with n V-neckline with an an- tique lace overlay and three- quarter-length sleeves. She wore a matching picture hat arid carried an arrangement of summer flowers. Mrs. David Duran of Cedar Rapids was the bride's matron honor and Steve Mineck was the best man. Mrs. Duran wore a light blue chiffon gown with antique lace trim and a matching picture hat. Following the ceremony, a private reception was given at the Wmneshiek hotel. The couple chose Wisconsin for their wedding trip. On re- turn they will reside in Iowa City where the bridegroom is a student at the University of Iowa. He is also employed by Amana Refrigeration. Inc. The bride attended Iowa State university and is currently manager of Ihe Rag Doll Day Care center in Marion. SCIENCE CAM do IOR A fAirily. It can bring an understanding of God's closeness and care, helping oach one in the family in everything ho It can develop a deep love for Ihe Bible, and obedience to God's law It ran teacti every member, and the family together, to hoal problems in the way Jesus showed. How can Chnstian Science do all this9 Through Sun- day School classes thai strengthen children Through Sunday services that inspire parents Through Wednesday testimony meetings where personal accounts of healing are shared Through Reading Rooms where truths aro pondered in quiet Won't you invite Christian Science into your family's lite'' SUN SERVICES SUNDAY SCHOOL ID 30 A M WED. TESTIMONY MEETING 730 P M 12122nd Ave. S.K. RcocJing Room Houn 9 lo 5 Mon. Ihru Sat. at Suite 104 Tower Phone   

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