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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 9 The Cedar Rapids Gazrtte: Moa., Aug. 12, 1974 Swing Your Partner Tanya Marnapolskaya of the U. S. S. R.'s Moiseyev Dance Company swings her partner, Of- ficer Murray Trelford, recently in New York's Central park. Members of the dance company received a tour of the park from New York police department officers. The company is touring this country for five weeks. ]ear DEAR ABBY: Can you tell me in what state I can marry my former daughter-in-law0 She was divorced from my son two years ago. I have been looking after her ever since her divorce and we are very fond of each oth- er. It is not what you think. I only want to marry her so she will be the sole owner of my estate. Answer soon as I heart trouble. BORROWED TIME DEAR BORROWED: Since there is no blood relationship between you and your former daughter-in-law, you may get married in any state. DEAR ABBY: Tell the small-town bartender who doesn't like to lie over the phone to handle those calls as his big city cousins do. The tactful bartender will page the individual and if no one answers the page, that is what he reports to the caller. Some people meet in bars [or business reasons and don't want to be bothered by phone calls: others simply want a few relaxing moments away from their daily routines. A well-managed bar sells a lot more than drinks, xvhicli is one reason patrons will pay MX times more for a drink at a bar than they would fur the same thing at home. PATRON CONFIDENTIAL TO ROB I KRTA: Don't envy anyone, j Few things are as good on the inside as they appear to be cm the outside. EDAR RAPIDS 509 SE- 363-9634 The Sladeks Will Reside In Iowa City CORALVILLE Miss Car- olyn Elizabeth Helseher of Kirksville, Mo., and Frank Charles Sladek, jr. of Iowa Ci- ty, were married Sunday aft- ernoon in a 2 o'clock garden ceremony at the home of the bridegroom's parents. The Rev. John Millsaps officiated. Parents of the bridal cou- ple, who also served as honor attendants, are Mr. and Mrs. LeVernon Horscher of Keota and Mr and Mrs. Frank Sladek of Coralville. Serving as ringbearers were Kelly Crandall and Chip Hi- dinger. Following the ceremony, a reception was given for 1511 ;uests at the Sladek home. The couple will reside in Iowa City on return from a brief wedding trip. The bride, a graduate of Northeast Missouri Slate university in Kirksville. has been employed by the Upward Bound program there. Mr. Sladek, also a graduate of XMSU, has seen teaching high school in 'acific. Mo. He will begin ,'raduale studies at the Uni- versity of Iowa this fall. Women's Golf Twin Pines Eleven golfers participate! in twilight play Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Kingerj were awarded prixes. Evelyn Lewis had a birdie. Club hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald LeFevre. Mr. and Mrs. Kin- gery were at-home hosts at 2527 Amber drive NE. Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis were co- hosts. Ellis Mrs. Brian Frisch was medalist for the weekend event. Winners of handicap play were: Mrs. Maxine Greve and Mrs. David Loupee, championship; Mrs. A.D. Cline and Mrs. A.A. Griffin, first flight, and Mrs. Wayne Farland and Miss Judy second. Mrs. Frisch had two birdies and sank an approach. Betty llruska also had a bird- ie. HOLLAND VISITORS TO BE HONORED Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ma- chielen. visitors from De- enter. Holland, will lie ho- nored with an open house Sun- Jay from 2 to 4 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Ver- Aaayen at 2403 Xika avenue The occasion will also the Verwaayens' 4th wedding anniversary. BRIDAL SHOWER GIVEN FOR CANDY KOUTNY A bridal shower was given Thursday evening at the Farmers State bank in Marion in honor of Miss Candy Koutny. Saturday bride-elect of Gary Bentrim. Co-hostesses to the 48 guests were Mrs. Roy Altenberg and Mrs. Bill Thompson. Parents of the engaged couple are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Koutny, 2324 Vic- toria drive SW, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bentrim, 725 G avenue NW. love is... chuckling about first mect'nig. Open Monday and Thursday Evenings 'til 9 "Made With Love" This enchanting Fall bridal gown is superbly expressed in luxurious sata-soie and peau d ange lace. It comes in white or ivory and is priced at Bridal Gowns are to Attendant's Gowns are to Register Now! you may win a CERTIFICATE to apply on any bridal purchase. Next Drawing Aug. 31 Fords Prepare for a New Life By Cheryl Arvldsoa WASHIXCTUX (U'D Tin- nation's new First Lady. Ik'ltv Kuril, she has a lot of urgamzmi; to do before she ran think about moving into Hie While House. L'sually. the wife of an outpoint; I'resident shows the iiK-niinni; First Lady around the White House anil its quar- ters. Hut with the sudden resignation of former President XIMIII. Mrs. Ford will be fjuidi-d through the third-floor fami- ly suite by ehief usher Hex Smitten. The Fords were expet-ted to remain at tlieir colonial bru-k and white frame home in suburban Alexandria. Va., until the end of this week, and when they mine out they nil! rent it. The Fords have lived in the house built to their speci- fications in 1935 jn nlt. middle-class neighborhood of Seminary Hill, and they promised their four children that they would not sell it. Mrs. Ford not only must supervise her packing and order whatever redecorating she wants in the family rooms, but also faces the problem of selecting her official staff. President intends to let Mrs. Ford decide who her people Hill be." said White House press secretary Jerry terllorst. Announce Appointments Mrs. Ford said she had not made any decision as yet, 1m! she is expected to announce some of her appointments by the end of the week. Mrs. .lames Howe, wife of a professor of foreign languages at New Jersey Slate college, has been serv- ing as her personal secretary and handling her press in- formation. Susan Ford, 17, a student at a private girls' school in the Maryland suburbs, will be the only child living at the White House with the Furds. Their three sons will be attending school or working this fall in other parts of the country. President Ford's children say they have a lot of adjusting to do if they're going to maintain their individual life-styles in the light of intense publicity. The whole family says Gerald R. Ford is the greatest and will make a fine President. "1 think he will make a good said the eldest son. Michael, married and attending a seminary in Massachu- setts "My observation after 24 years as a son is he's always performed so well and given much of himself. 1 think he has proper relationship with (lod Mrs Ford, described by her children as "very emotion- and "really tied up inside." said she was "numb" after the rapid succession of events which thrust her husband into the presidency. She said she has seen the family quarters of the While House many times but when asked when her family would actually move to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, she replied. "I would hesitate to say. I haven't really thought about it." Planned Move The Fords had planned to move this fall into a house on the grounds of the I'. S. naval observatory in northwest Washington. Mrs. Ford had spent recent weeks selecting furnishings for the ancient structure which congress recently designated as a permanent vice-presidential residence. Michael came home Friday to see his father lake the oath of office. Jack. 22, arrived Thursday night from Yellowstone National park where he worked with forest rangers this slimmer. He plans to spend a few weeks at home before re- turning to litah State university for his senior year. Michael and his wife, (iayle. had been themselves pre- paring to move into a rented house. They left tlieir furnish- ings in a rented truck at Gayle's parents and flew to Wash- ington. They planned to return Friday evening. "My feelings are that 1 know who I am and I know where I am right now, so I can just go on being myself without worrying about said Steve, who was just graduated from high school. Susan, was asked whether her life would change. "I hope to avoid she said, but conceded that for now, she will do what must be done. "1 just go where they she said. Jack said he thinks his father has had "several days to prepare himself" for the burdens of the presidency but he was sure his mother is "in a little bit of shock and hasn't absorbed it all." Society TOr Women Features Connie Goodlander Wed Saturday WASHINGTON vows were exchanged Satur- day at 2 by Miss Connie Sue Goodlander, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Goodlander of Riverside, and John Elbert Maw. He is the son of Mrs. Harry Maw of Corwith and the late Mr. Maw. The Rev. Paul D. Lobb offi- ciated at Prairie Flower Bap- tist church. The bride wore ail empire A-line gown fashioned of sata peau patterned with a standup collar edged with lace. Match- ing lace was repeated on the skirt hemline and chapel- length train. A lace Camelot headpiece held her chapel- length veil and she carried a Bible topped with white sweet- heart roses. Carolyn Goodlander attend- ed her sister as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Darla and Delaina Goodlander, also sisters of the bride. Their gowns were of nylon sheer with flowers of pink, aqua and purple over blue taffeta; the maid of honor's marked at the waistline with a purple velvet cumberbund and the brides- maids' with aqua velvet cumberbunds. Their flowers were miniature carnations in colors to match the velvet. Best man was James Maw, the bridegroom's brother. Groomsmen were Dennis Ma- son and Ronald Fisher and ushers were John H. De- Waard. Paul Bennett and Ronald Nebel. The bride, a graduate of the University of Northern Iowa, is employed by Northeast Nodaway R-V schools in Parnell, Mo. Mr. Maw was also graduated from UNI. He attended Los Angeles Baptist Theological seminary and is now doing graduate work at Northwest Missouri State uni- versity in Maryville where they will reside. He is em- ployed by North Nodaway schools, Hopkins-Pickering' Mo. The Arnold Roupes Honored Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roupe, 363 Twentieth street SE, were honored Sunday at a dinner given at Ellis park in observ- ance of their 50th wedding an- niversary. Mr. Roupe and the former Florence Britton were married Aug. 10, 1924, in Blue Earth, Minn. Hosts for the occasion their children and families: Major and Mrs. Roland Roupe, Selfridge AFB Mich.; Lt. Col. and Mrs. Marvin Roupe of Gualala, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. David Roupe of Crestline, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Don Harlan of Sunny- vale, Calif. 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