Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
DEAK ABBY I am 23, not pretty and don’t have a good figure. I don’t even have, an education. I had to quit school in the sixth grade to work us a car hop to support my mother and two other kids in our family. So, you see, I have nothing to offer a man except love.
A year ago I started seeing a married man Til call .lim I’m not making excuses for myself I knew it was wrong, hut I really cared for him and was too weak to break it off. .lim is 33 and his wife is 27. They’ve been married for seven years arid have been wanting a baby, but couldn’t have any. They’ve been on a waiting list to adopt for two years.
Now , I am pregnant by Jim and am facing a big decision Jim told his wife all about us and I even met her. They want me to have this baby so they can adopt it. I love Jim and want to do what is right. I’m sure my baby would have a good home with them, but what about me? I’m too far along for abortion now. Please help me.
DEAR PROBLEM: My ad vice to you is to end the relationship with Jim now. lf possible, relocate. I can provide you with the names of some reliable homes for unwed mothers in your area. If you want to give your baby up for adoption, do it through a reliable agency. I see noth ing but problems if you let them adopt your baby. I care.
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DEAR ABBY: I. tot) count the number of steps, arrange my clothes and shoes in order and have the bills in my wallet separated by denominations and all facing the same direction.
A psychiatrist friend of mine told me that we arc called “arithmonaniacs”.
W A. B
DEAR W. A. B.: It figures.
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Problems? Yon’ll feel better if you get it off your chest. For a personal reply, write to ABBY: Box No. 69700. Los Angeles, Calif. 90069. Enclose stamped, self-addressed envelope please.
English, Muffins Provide Good Sandwich Basis
The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., Aug 26, 1971
Miss Tonn Says Vows On Sunday
OELWEIN — The marriage of Miss Georgia Hay Tonn and William T. Johnson was solemnized during a 2 o’clock ceremony Sunday at Zion American Lutheran church. Officiating was the Rev. Laverne A. Stretch.
Parents of the bridal couple are Mrs. Hilbert Tonn of Oelwein and the late Mr Tonn and Mr. and Mrs. Galliard Johnson of Des Moines.
For her wedding the bride selected a gown of dacron voile styled with a square neckline, long sheer sleeves and a flounce at the hemline. A full-length veil completed her ensemble and she carried a colonial bouquet of white daisy pompons and peach-colored carnations
The bride’s attendants were Leslie Smith of Cedar Rapids, maid of honor. Mrs. Sue Hennager, bridesmaid, and Cathy Johnson and Sandy Shay, bridesmaids. They wore gowns of peach-coloni polyester knit trimmed in white and white picture hats. Each attendant held a bouquet of peach-colored carnations centered with a white mum.
Serving as best man was William Robbins and groomsmen were Jeffrey Scgin, Dean Hatch, John Andruwska and Ron Roark. Guests were seated by Kevan Whitsett and Frank Johnson. Ringbearer and flower girl were Timothy Tonn and Sarah Smith
A luncheon reception was given at the Glenhaven Country club following the ceremony.
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The newlyweds will make
their home in Iowa City. The bride is a senior student at the University of Iowa and the bridegroom attends that university’s college of dentistry lie is affiliated with Delta Sigma fraternity.
Hot sandwic hes are a great way to satisfy hearty appetites. They are right for most any time of day — lunch, after lunch, at supper or for a snack after vigorous exercise.
Some of the most outstanding sandwiches of all ary made on hot toasted English muffins. Hungry people can be most creative when it comes to making hot sandwiches.
When a good assortment of moats, vegetables, cheese and seasonings is made available and a group is given the go-ahead, there will be as many flavorsome muffin toppings as there are people in the group
Here are three that are quick, tasty and easy to prepare. They include two pi//as and a muffin burger
6 English muffins Margarine or butter 12 slices fresh tomato Garlic salt Oregano leaves 12 slices mozzarella cheese Grated Parmesan cheese Ideas for toppings are anchoy fillets sliced mushrooms, Italian sausage, pepperoni, sliced green onions or pimiento-stuffed olive slices. Split English muffins by scoring apart. Toast: spread with margarine. Place tomato slice on top of each muffin half Sprinkle with garlic, salt and oregano. Place mozzarella slice on top and sprinkle with Parmesan. Broil pizzas 3 to 5 minutes or until cheese bubbles and muffin is thoroughly heated If desired, garnish with suggested toppings Makes 6 servings.
Note: I (2 lh.) can Italian-style peeled tomatoes, drained, may be used in place of tomato slices. Break up tomatoes lightly with a fork and place on muffin halves.
English Muffins Pizzas
4 English muffins Margarine or butter I (16 OZ.) can stewed tomatoes, drained I cup (8 oz.) hulk pork sausage, cooked, drained Salt
I tbsps. grated Parmesan cheese
1 cup (4 oz.) shredded mozarella cheese Split English muffins Spread each muffin
half with margarine. Place about 2 tbsps. each of tomatoes and sausage on each muffin Sprinkle with salt and oregano to taste, then Parmesan cheese. Top each pizza muffin with about 2 tbsps. mozzarella cheese. Broil 6 inches from source of heat 3 to 5 minutes or until cheese is melted and pizza muffins are heated Makes 4 servings.
2 lbs. ground beef 2 tsps. salt
tsp. pepper 8 English muffins Margarine or butter I cup catsup
I tbsp. Worcestershire sauce I Mi tsps prepared mustard Dash Tabasco sauce 8 tomato slices
Mix together held, salt and pepper. Shape into 8 patties. Broil to desired doneness Split English muffins and toast. Spread with margarine. Mix together catsup, Worcestershire sauce, mustard and Tabasco sauce Place tomato slice on each hamburger. Serve between toasted muffin halves with spicy catsup sauce. Makes 8 servings.
Personal pizzas — prepared to suit individual tastes — are quick, easy and tasty. Using a basis of English muffins, toppings such as different types of cheeses, anchovies, sausage and mushrooms can be used for the sandwiches which brighten up after school snacks, quick dinners or parties.
New Albin — Miss Susan Hay Cr aidman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Grahl-man of Waukon, was married to Donald Robert Somermeyer during a 3 o'clock ceremony Aug. 17. The Rev. C. Kent Wever performed the ceremony at Grace Methodist church. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Milton Somermeyer of New Albin. A reception for ISI guests was given at the church after the ceremony. The couple chose a wedding trip to northern Minnesota. They are residing in New Albin. The bride is employed by Lansing Co. The bridegroom attended the University of W taco nsin-Ll Cross and is an employe of Kretz-man Dredging Co., in La-Moille, Minn
Marengo — The First Presbyterian church provided the setting Aug. 17 for the 7 o'clock ceremony which united in marriage Miss Linda Schafbuch and Gai^ Bradley, both of Tulsa. Okla Officiating was the Rev. David Dugan The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. l^ewis Schafbuch of Marengo. The bridegroom is the grandson of Mrs. O. F Bradley of Tulsa, Okla., and the late Mr. Bradley. A rm*ptiun was given at the church following the ceremony. The newlyweds are making their home in Stillwater, Okla , where both will attend Oklahoma State university
Victor — The Revs. Lloyd Brockmeyer and Herbert Foxworthy officiated at the 6: SO ceremony Aug. 17 which united in marriage Miss Tamia Jo Bloethe and Dennis O’Rourke. Parents of the bridal couple are the Orville Bluethes of Victor and the Harold O’Rourkes of Pleasanton, Kan. The ceremony, at United Methodist church, was followed by a reception at the home of the bride’s parents. The couple chose Yellowstone National park for their wedding trip and will reside in Lawrence, Kan The bride, a graduate of the University of Iowa, is employed by Cottonwood rehabilitation center in Lawrence. The bridegroom was graduated from the University of Kansas-Izawn nee where he is continuing his studies and is employed as a research assistant.
Dubuque — Miss Cheryl Pfiffner was married to Robert Magner at one o’clock Aug 17 ut Sacred Heart Catholic church The bride is the daughter of John Pfiffner of Dubuque and th. bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs Paul Magner of Iowa City. The couple resides in Milwaukee where tile bride, a graduate of Mt. Mercy college, is employed by Columbia hospital The bridegroom was graduated from lauras college and will he a graduate student at the University of Wisconsm-Milw.uikce
Strawberry Point — Patricia Thomas and Ronald Ahrens were married at 2 o’clock Aug 3 at United Methodist church. The Rev. Robert Hamilton officiated Following, a reception was given at the church Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas of Strawberry Point and Mrs. Chester Ahrens of Osage and the late Rev. Mr. Ahrens. They chose* a wedding trip to Colorado.They will make their home in Dubuque where both will he* senior students at the University of Dubuque.
Iowa City — A 7:3(1 ceremony Aug. 16 at First United Methodist church was the setting for the marriage of Miss Joanne Elizabeth Orth and Ronald Ray Rom me. The Rev. C Dendy Garrett officiated. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Milton J Orth of Iowa City and Mr. and Mrs Oren Rom inc of Keota A reception followed the ceremony. The couple is residing in Iowa City following a wedding trip to Wisconsin The bride is employed by First National hank and the bridegroom is a studt ut at the University of Iowa.
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