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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 29, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa g Tine Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mon., .Inly 29. 1974 Olympic Party Playing a game of scoopball during the Woman's club Olympic lawn party Saturday are, in the foreground, Mr. and Mrs. Ion Feddersen, 3111 Alleghany dtive NE. Meanwhile, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McCartan, 241 Brentwood drive NE, indulge in a game of "toss the daisy ring ', 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 Hove Survived In Academy B> James Flanagan KINGS POINT. N Y (AP) — Fifteen would-be midshipmen at the I S merchant marine academy have come through their initial indoctrination period — but not without crying a lot. The 15 are the firs! females ever to enroll in a federal service academy One official noted somewhat smugly when the girls reported recently that there usually was a big dropout rate during the indoctrination But so far not a single girl has dropped out. and they’re now gearing up for a month of general academic training before "Acceptance day" on Aug. .‘ll The big difference noted by "pushers" — midshipmen who put the plebes through the indoctrination — is that when you push a girl plebe too far. she may burst out crying They don’t seem to ’ike being yelled at. the "pushers” discovered. Teresa Olsen a 17-year-old from Washington. DC., admitted that even though she was a high school crosscountry 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 off her waistline since she started the program. One midshipman said he approached Misx Olsen when he noticed she was upset, but she insisted she was just crying in sympathy with a room mate Harris-Schulte Vows NORWAY — Mis> Jacqueline Faye Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dale Harris. 102 Fast Clark street. Hiawatha. and Raymond Michael Schulte, son of Mr. and Mrs Ravnmnd Schulte, were married Friday afternoon. The Rey Robert J. Saunders officiated at the one o'clock ceremony at St. Michael s Catholic church A reception was given for 250 guests at tile Ponderosa ballroom in Walford after the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of dacron polyester organza styled with bishop sleeves and a beribboned empire waistline trimmed with sequined scalloped Chantilaee. Her veil was trimmed with matching lace and she carried a-bouquet of white daisies and pink sweetheart roses Billie Jean Boren was matron of honor. Bridesmaids wert* Patricia A Weaver of Cedar Rapids and Debra and Connie Schulte, sisters of the bridegroom. They wore pink gowns of crepe and ( luny lace fashioned with short puff sleeves and A-line skirts Their floral headpieces and Women's Golf Bridge Marion (Tub Winners in a Howl ll movement game played Saturday at the YWCA were: Joe Verbick and Brute Culberton, first, and Mrs K V Harrington and Bruet1 Thiher. second The next game will be played at 7: Hi Wednesday at the YWCA West Side Club Mitchell movement winners in a game played Sunday at Welty-Way were: North-south — Mrs. Howard Withing and Mrs F. G. Johnson, first, and Mr and Mrs Leslie Miller. second; east-west — David \ ( ray and Joe Verbick, first and Bruno Rinas and Ronald Livington, second The next game will be played at 7:30 Thursday at Welty-Way. Fllis Mrs George Shimek was medalist for weekend plav Flight winners were:    Miss Betty llruska and Mrs David Johnson, championship; Mrs Russell Brulee and Mrs Hilbert North, first; Mrs. John Lewis and Mrs Gilbert Knott, second, and Mrs () F Boorman and Mrs Richard Wing. third The Milles Howard Miller. Knott. Charles Barta and Don Terrace had birdies Twin Pines Hosts for twilight golf play Sunday were Mr and Mrs Carl Badger. Mr and Mrs Don Gibbs and Mr and Mrs Hoffman Prizes wire by Mr and Mrs Gibbs, and Mrs Hoffman and Badger Mr Badger had Bert won Mr Mrs birdie Mrs. Schulte bouquets were of blue and white daisies and pink roses Orlon Schulte was the bridegroom's best man Jay Montague. Jim Dietrich and Max Klliott were groomsmen. I sh-ers included David and Kevin Harris, both of Hiawatha, brothers of the bride, and Rocky Schulte and Steve Stump!) * * * Following a brief wedding trip the couple will reside in Norway where the bridegroom farms The bride has been employed by FMC Corp, ( rune and excavator Div BRID VI. SHOWER HONORS MISS SANDI DI TC HER Miss Saudi Hotelier, daughter of the Philip Butchers of Iowa Falls, was honored at a bridal shower Sunday afternoon given bv Mrs Thomas Goreeki. 2117 Balsam drive SU Forty-six guests shared the courtesy at All Saints Catholic church social moms Miss Butcher is the Mig 24 bride-elect of Donald Goreeki. son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Goreeki of 1(12(1 Hill drive SF! THE GLENN WASSONS VISIT IN ( R Col. and Mrs Glenn Wasson and their daughter. Tern, visited recently in the home of Mrs B J Wasson and Walter Wasson, 1343 FJlis boulevard NIV, while enroute from Berkeley Calif., to .Montgomery. Ala Col Wasson will be an instructor af Maxwell air force base. IS DATE in 1973. Greece endorsed tho by their leaders to o Greek monarchy ill George Papa-s president. Look To Classified Each Day For PATTERNS NEEDLECRAFT frtj iota6 VVVjuQb.>i Shop The Want Ads For Excellent Buys. Ordination Ceremonies Set Despite Controversey in Epsicopal Church By George Cornell PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Amid wide controversy, ll women are to he ordained Episcopal priests here Monday , the first of their sex to he given that clerical rank in the church's history The ceremonies at Philadelphia's Church of the Advocate wore set in defiance of the denomination s long-time practice and regulations But in tin* view of the bishops conducting the services — as well as that of Philadelphia’s strongly disapproving Bishop Lyman Ogilby — the ordinations will stand as theologically valid, although irregular The officiating bishops declared they were acting in obedience to the spirit of a risen Christ who summons believers to "walk in newness of life" in seeking freedom, liberation and dignity The bishops added "Hearing his command we can heed no other " Rebel Maneuver Their course of action came in spite of a plea from the church’s presiding bishop, the Rf Rev. John M Allin. that they abandon their rebel maneuver. "Receive the Holy Ghost for the office and work of a priest in the Church of God . . ." goes the prayerbook rite of ordination, as bishops lay hands on the heads of the new ministers. The women become the first in the western world to be ordained through the so-called "apostolic succession" — a c hain of authority traced back to Jesus' apostles by lay ing-on the1 hands from one generation to the next. This line is maintained in the Roman Catholic Eastern Orthodox and Anglican churches, of which the 3.1-million-member Episcopal churc h is the American branc h. Often called a "bridge church.” it embraces both Protestant and Catholic traditions. Ordaining women in it constitutes a historic1 break-through in the1 male dominance* of the priesthood in that heritage*. "Our primary motivation is to begin to free* priesthood from the bondage* it suffers as long as it is characterized In categorical exclusion of persons on the basis of sex," says a punt statement by the ll women "We are fully cognizant of the risks to ourselves and others Yet we* must be true to our vocations — God’s irresistible will for us now ” The women, ranging in age from 27 to 79. are from eight states Their theological training completed, they’ve been serving as deacons, a preliminary step to the priesthood Most ol the bishops of their home dioceses, however, have warned that their ordinations would subject them to disciplinary action, either suspension from their work or prohibitions against filling any priestly role. Only priests can consecrate the* elements at Holy Com mullion for Hic* church’s central service of worship Ordination Officiants Three inactive bishops, who are officiants for the ordination are: Resigned Philadelphia Bishop Robert L Dewitt, now publisher of an independent church magazine; retired Bishop Daniel Corrigan, of Denver, former head of tlie* church’s domestic missions; and retired West Missouri Bishop FTI wa rd R Welles, now of Manset, Maine The* ll women are: Merrill Bittner, 27. of Webster. N Y.; Alia Bo/arth-( ampbell, 27. and Jeannette* Piccard. 79. both of Minneapolis; Alison Cheek. 47, of Annandale. Va.; Emily Hewitt, 30, of Newton Centre*. Mass ; Carter Heyward. 29. of New York City, Suzanne* Hiatt, 37, of Philadelphia, Maria Moorefield. 30. of Topeka. Kan ; Betty Sehiess, 51. of Sy racuse. N Y ; Katrina Swanson, 36, of Leawood, Kan., and Nancy Wittig, of Warren, NJ:. Mrs. Swanson, wife of a Kansas City pastor, the Rev George* G. Swanson, is the daughter of Bishop Welles, known as a high Anglican churchman espousing Catholic traditions Ile says: "I ve looked over our canons and there s nothing that forbids the ordination of women However, a canon specifies that c andidates for the* priesthood must be recommended by their home diocesan bishop and his standing committee, and this has not been forthcoming iii the ease of the women. The* church at its last two triennial conventions has rejected moves specifically to authorize women priests — the last time only by a technicality in the bloc voting system, although the maioritv of delegates favored it. The majority of the* church's bishops also have indicated approval of authorizing women priests by regular procedures, but many of those doing so have* sharply questioned the independent tactics in Philadelphia. Society for Women Features The Benders Will Reside In Solon NORWAY - Miss Monica Mary I,a 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 Ned Bender of Wellman F’or her wedding, the bride chose an empire A-line gown of dotted voile fashioned with a sleeveless pinafore bodice, a ruffled neckline arid 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 sty led with empire waistlines Each carried a nosegay of white daisies and blue carnations. Dong Clin wax the bridegroom’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 2IHI guests was given at the Norway school. * * * The couple will reside in Solon. Both are employed by Amana Refrigeration Co. The bridegroom attended Kirkwood Community eollegt Flashy Chazalon, Basketball Star/ Is Idol of Thousands in France NEW YORK — In France, they chant her name. "Chazalon. Chazalon." 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 winning streak of 130 games and a current streak of 60 games. Technically, she is considered a physical education instructor, but she has done nothing but play basketball for years. The French government pays her $40(1 a month for her job plus another $4<MI a 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." 2w Jib By Abigail Van Buren DHAR ABBY Our daughter was recently married at a lovely church wedding It was her first marriage, but Billy had been married briefly before (the marriage was annulled) The bride and bridegroom received a beautiful sterling silver tray from Billy’s aunt and uncle. The following card was enclosed: "This tray is not monogrammed, but if you are marred a year from now and you take it to Hudson’s jewelry store, they will monogram it for you free of charge Love, Aunt Peggy and Uncle Clifford.” Well, Abby, what do you make of that0 INDIGNANT MOTHER DEAR INDIG: It s a pretty good bet that Aunt Peggy and Uncle Clifford sent Billy a wedding gift for his first time around and because it was monogrammed, it was unre-turnable. And they wanted to make sure history didn t repeat itself (It’s practical, but poor taste.) * * ★ DEAR ABBY: In reference to that Ph D who claimed he had traveled all over the world and had been in the company of ambassadors, etc., and that he didn’t know what RSVP meant: Everybody knows it means "Rented suits very proper.” C. FELTON ALHAMBRA, CALIF. ★ ★ ★ CONFIDENTIAL TO “A FRENCH-SPEAKING ITALIAN IN ROME": The French have a phrase for it: "ll n y pas les femmes froides, mals les homines maldroit.” Which means, “There are no frigid women, oniy clumsy men." ★ * * Problems? You’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. both hands, double pumps on month as pocket money jump shots and, best of all. she sometimes employs an around-the-back lavup that always draws a roar from the crowd. Her name is Jacky Chazalon and. except for Jean-Claude Killy, she is jx*rhaps the best known sports figure in Sin* is a 29-year-old. 5-foot-9-inch amateur who has played on the French national team for 12 straight years, almost 2IHI international games Miss Chazalon created something of a furor in France recently when she turned down her national F’ranee. She plays basketball team selection in order to for the Clermont university come to America and attend a club, a team that has won the men’s basketball camp — a French national women's special invitation from Howie championship every year of Banda, who operates the all-its existence — seven    pro camp at Pocono Pines, It’s three-year won-lost Pa. record stands at 190-1, with a Miss Chazalon has played ii 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 IO A.M. Thurs. August 8. 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