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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa g The Cedar Kapids Gazette: Mon.. Aug. 26. 1974 Twilight Golf c-aiettf pnoto Dv Duti Walking out to tee-oft during twilight golf play Sunday afternoon are, from left, Mr. and Mrs. Don Gibbs, 6600 Kent drive NE, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hoffman, 2509 Blue Ridge drive NE. Play took place at Twin Pines golf course. Society Technologists At St. Luke's Graduate The graduation of five ra- diologic technologists Tuesday at will mark the 30th an- niversary of St. Luke's school of radiologic technology. Those students receiving diplomas during the ceremo- nies at St. Luke's Veteran's auditorium include: Diari Lynn Bumsted and Mrs. Mar- ica D. Lewis, Cedar Rapids; Luanne Ganske, Sumner; Melva Elaine Stock, Central City, and Marda Lee Whitney, Winthrop. Alan B. Campbell, assistant superintendent of special serv- ices, will confer the diplomas. The keynote address will he given by Dr. William E. Keyelkamp. St. Luke's school of radiol- ogic technology was founded in 1944 and is accredited by the Council on Medical Educa- tion, American Medical Assoc. The school offers a two year course open to high school graduates. Graduates of the school become registered ra- diologic technologists on pass- ing national board examina- tions given by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. Women Features BRIDAL SHOWER GIVEN FOR PATRICIA DORSEY Miss Patricia Dorsey. Sept. 28 bride-elect of Robert Zapf. 21 Summer circle NE. was fet- ed at a kitchen bridal shower Saturday afternoon given by Miss Tracy Nelson. 3323 Wenig road ME. Parents of the engaged couple arc the Herbert L. Dorseys. 3749 East- ern avenue ME. and the Omer Xapfs nf Garnavillo. love is... surprising him with your secret kitty when he's Golf Twin Pines Twenty-four golfers partici- pated in twilight golf Sunday with prizes going to Mrs. Carl Badger, Rocky Miller. Mrs. Ted Campbell and John Hand. Special prizes went to Don Johnson and Mrs. Gil Kin- gery. Mr. and Mrs. Don Gibbs were club house hosts and Mr. and Mrs. Hand, 4230 Culver street NE. at home hosts. Ellis Medalist for the weekend event was Mrs. Charles Barta. Mrs. A. D. (Tine was champi- onship winner and Mrs. Forrest Ainsworth won first flight. Mrs. Robert Brown was second flight winner. Ap- proaches were sunk by Mrs. Don Terrace and Mrs. Wayne Farland. Mrs. Werner Schwitx.er was average golfer. Bridge Marlon Club Winners in a llowell move- ment game played at Saturday at the YWCA Mrs. Ruth Helm and Phil Arnell, first, and Clyde Nowl- ing and Tail Cummins, sec- ond. A club championship game will be played at Wednesday at the YWCA. MISS SANDRA TAYLOR HONORED AT SHOWER CENTER POINT Miss Sandra Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Taylor. 1724 Hillside drive NW, was honored at a bridal shower Sa- turday evening. Hostesses to the twenty guests were Mrs. Dean Dcnison and her j (laughter, Diane, of Center Point. Miss Taylor is the Sept. 7 bride-elect of Steve Waddell, sun of the Donald Waddells of Springville. To Order Your Action-Ail. Dial Vows Said MUSCAT1NE-----Grace Lutheran church provided the setting Sunday at 7 o'clock for the marriage of Miss Bonnie Lou Ewoldt and Kenneth Lee Billick, both of Stanwood. The Rev. Donald Harding per- formed the ceremony which was followed by a reception for 200 guests. The bride is the daughter of Harvey Ewoldt of Buckeye. Ariz., and Mrs. Minnie Ewoldt, Muscatine. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Marion Billick of Stan- wood. The bride's empire gown of sheer organza trimmed with pin tucking and jeweled Chantilly lace was styled with J Mrs. Billick a wedding ring collar, long ta- pered sleeves and an A-line skirt. A sweep train complet- ed its styling. She wore a lace- edged mantilla with elbow- length blusher and carried an arrangement of yellow roses and white carnations. Mrs. Michael Fuller attend- ed her twin sister as matron of honor and Mrs Winston Rock, another sister, and Miss Margaret Malmberg were bridesmatron and bridesmaid. Their empuc gowns of chiffon and satin yellow, orange "and green, respectively, fea- tured scoop necklines and long sleeves. Each attendant car- ried an arrangement of yellow and orange roses and white carnations. Serving as best man was Mr. Fuller with Jim Ewoldt. brother of the bride, and Nor- man Arn as groomsmen. Ush- ers were Steven, John and Bruce Billiek, all brothers of the bridegroom, and Mr. Rock. Cassie -Sue Fuller and Harvey Rock were flower girl and ringbearer. The ncwlyweds arc residing in Stanwood where the brideg- room farms. The bride was graduated from Muscatinc- Community college and the University of Iowa and is employed by Life Investor's Insurance Co., Cedar Rapids. The bridegroom also attended Muscatine college. Woman Has Ring Stolen NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) A young woman stole a diamond ring off the finger of an 89-year-old convalescent home resident and then re- placed it with a fake before leaving, police report. Mrs. Katherine L. Penn, who relatives said is dying of cancer, told officers she was lying in her bed at the Beverly Manor convalescent center when a woman appeared be- sides her and said: "You are about to lose your rings. Let me adjust them for you." Police said the thief took the ring off Mrs. Penn's finger and replaced it with a fake. Dying Women's Movement Has Gone From Barricades to Boardrooms By Jurat? Kazickas XKW YOKK (Al'l On tin- 54th aimiu-rsary of women's suffrage, pioneer women's liberation leaders say Hit1 ininv- nient has HOIK- from the barricades to the boardrooms and nothing can stop it now. "The movement has gone farther than any of us dreamed and there is no going back. It is wonderful to bv
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