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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa g The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Mea.. Sept. 23. 1974 Gazette photo DV Duane crock Martha Howe of Iowa City and her horse, “The Hedonist", are in the winners ring after receiving the championship trophy in the Junior Working Hunter class (ages 14-17) Sunday afternoon at the Lindenhill Horse show, Stamats farm, Rosedale road SE. Presenting the award was Usa Andreas, 2101 Grande avenue SE, right. Lindenhill Horse Show Winners Named Championship awards in the* Lindenhill Horse show held Sunday    at    Stamats    farm    at Rosedale road SE, are announced In Harm’s Way ridden    by Debbie Nelson of Fairfield won championship honors in the Amateur-Owner Working Hunter division with Promisor ridden    by    Kathy    Abild    of Cummings taking reserve honors. In the Junior Working Hunter (14-17 years) championship. went to The Hedonist ridden    by    Martha    Howe    of Iowa City with In Concert ridden by Tina Holzhammer of Iowa City winning reserve champion Charisma ridden by Linda Leniton of Des Moines took the Junior Working Hunter (13 years and under) championship and reserve championship went to Billy Van ridden by Lisa Gnade of Des Moines. First-, second-and third-place winners were, respectively: Hunter Seat Equitation (riders 12-14) — Lauren Lind on Penelope, Iowa City; Dee Hudson on Little John. Walton. Neb., and Lynn Dipaglia on Paper Doll. Des Moines (Riders 13-17) — Miss Holzhammer on In Concert; Robin Brightwell tm Prince John. Des Moines, and Miss Howe on The Hedonist. Hunter Seat over Fences (ll years and under) — Miss Gnade on Billy Van; Sharon Glass on Areba Cortez. Muscatine, and Elizabeth Martin on Theodore Bear, Beardstown, 111. (Riders 12-14) — Miss Dipaglia on Paper Doll; Cindy Puk on Lance Alworth. Cedar Rapids, and Stacie Lemke on Mr. Bo Jangles. Des Moines. (Riders 15-17) — Miss Brightwell on Prince John; Miss Howe on The Hedonist, and Lisa Andreas on Nevada, Cedar Rapids. Equitation Championship — Miss Dipaglia on Paper Doll and Miss Howe on The Hedonist. Junior Working Hunter (riders 13 years and under) — Charisma ridden by Miss Lennon; Penelope ridden by Miss Lind. and Areba Cortez ridden by Miss Glass. (Riders 14-17) — The Hedonist ridden by Miss Howe; In Concert ridden by Miss Holzhammer. and Shadrock ridden by Susan Wiedman. Lincoln. Neb. Adult Equitation (riders IK and over) — Kathy Benson on Lord’s Town. Cedar Rapids; Marcia Porter on Touchstone, Des Moines, and Janet Coester on Tuscan Prelate, Iowa City. LSET Equitation — Miss Holzhammer on In Concert; Miss Howe on The Hedonist, and Miss Brightwell on Prince John. Junior Jumper (riders 17 and under) — Pedro ridden by Bill Coester, Iowa City; Prince John ridden by Miss Bright-well, and Happenstance ridden by Michael Coester, Iowa City. Adult Equitation — Miss Benson on Lord’s Town; Miss Porter on Touchstone, and Cathy Dolan on Whistlin’ Dixie. Solon. Amateur-Owner Working Hunter — In Harm s Way ridden by Miss Nelson; Promisor ridden by Miss Abild. and Tuscan Prelate ridden by Miss ('nester. Junior Handy Hunter (riders 13 and under) — Hilly Rita Huey Is Bride Marriage vows were exchanged during a candlelight ceremony Sunday evening at the First Presbyterian church by Miss Rita Huey, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John R Huey of 520 Vernon drive SE, and Gerard Haskins of Vail, Colo He is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs Harold Haskins, formerly of Silver Plume, Colo. The ceremony at 7 o’clock was performed by the Rev. John Shew and was followed by a reception given at the Cedar Rapids Country club For her wedding the bride chose a long-sleeved gown of maracame jersey with a fitted bodice accented with a jewel-embroidered medallion, a high wedding ring neckline and a full skirt extending into a cathedral-length tram. A Venise lace border and lace applique trimmed her cathedral-length veil which was caught to a caplet of matching lace. Her flowers were white roses in a cascade arrangement Mrs Robert Healy of San Diego, Calif . attended as matron of honor Other attendants were Lisa and Marilyn Huey, sisters of the bride; Mrs John R Huey, jr.; Mrs Philip Neislar and Sandra Sham blin. both of Denver. Colo , and AJyce Vargo of G (sir get own, Colo Their empire gowns of jersey in a talisman color were woven with gold-colored threads and were designed with shirred bodices with square necklines, long fitted sleeves and full skirts. Each attendant carried a cascade of talisman roses. Serving as best man was David Pelkey of Denver. Groomsmen and ushers included Donald and Victor Haskins, both of Silver Plume, brothers of the bridegroom John Huey, jr. brother of the bride; David Haskins, Georgetown; Daniel Haskins, Empire, Colo., and Richard Shockley, also of Georgetown. it it it The bridal couple will be at home Oct. I in Vail. The bride was graduated from Colorado State university in Fort Collins Mr Haskins attended the Lniversity of Colorado in Boulder and has been a student at Regis college in Denver. He is an employe of Vail Associates of Vail Colorado Mrs. Haskins Van ridden by Miss Gnade; Charisma    ridden    by    Miss Leniton, and Areba Cortez ridden by Miss Glass. (Riders 14-17) — Touchstone ridden by Missy Cummings; Whistlin’ Dixie ridden by Marguerite Penick. Iowa City, and The Hedonist    ridden    by    Miss Howe. Amateur-Owner Handy Hunter — Tar Baby ridden by Jane Perry, Des Moines; Promisor    ridden    by    Miss Abild. and In Harm’s Way ridden by Miss Nelson. Family Class — Betsy, Susan, Thomas, Michael, flans. Bill and Janet Coester, Iowa City; Don,    Linda    and Kylin Coulter, Solon, and Pinkie and Julie Beasley, Iowa City. Hunt Teams — Weight Watcher, Touchstone and Paper Doll ridden by Annie Sulentic of Cedar Falls, Missy Cummings and Miss Dipaglia, Des Moines; Happenstance. Tuscan Prelate and Hickory Dust ridden by Michael, Janet and Hans Coester; Charisma. Judge Me Fair and Promisor ridden by Miss leniton, Pat I^auterbaeh of Des Moines and Kathy Abild. Junior Hunter under Saddle (riders 13 years and under) — Okay ridden by Karen Sweeney, Cedar Rapids; Let’s Pretend ridden by Janna Jones, North Liberty, and Charisma ridden by Miss Leniton. (Riders 14-17) — In Concert ridden by Miss Holzhammer; The Hedonist ridden by Miss Howe, and Copy Call ridden by Miss Beasley. Amateur-Owner Hunter under Saddle — The Streaker ridden by Diane Garberson, Cedar Rapids; In Harm’s Way ridden by Miss Nelson, and Tuscan Prelate ridden by Janet Coester LOPEN Sept 23rd ucation asses Call 398-554^ 39fc*5|46 for courses which still    opening^ and reserve your place, tipi Wiener Quality The quality of protein in ! meat wieners is superior to j vegetable protein, such as that ; found in soybean or cereal j grains OPEN TONITi TIL 9 P.M. SALE! REG. $40 FAMOUS NAME PANT SUITS SOO Just unpocked , .these famous name pant suds (riced to save you $ I I. A grand color and pattern assortment in sizes 8 to 18. Long sleeve button front styling with a matching sleeveless shell to complete the outfit. Pont Suit*    2nd    Floor Society for Women Features a ear JU I By Abigail Van Buren DEAR ABBY; I don’t want to brag, but I would be very good-looking if it weren’t for the bags under my eyes. I’m only 27 and I’ve had these miserable pouches since I was in high school, but they’ve gotten much more noticeable in the last few years. I work in a large office and I’m constantly being accused of having been up all night or hung over because I always look so dissipated. Abby, I get plenty of sleep and I am no big drinker. I’m too young for a face-lift. Can you help me0 BAGGY DEAR BAGGY: My consultants advise me that the condition you describe is called “Blepharochalasis.” It s fairly common and tends to run in families. Gazette photo bv Duane Crock Golf Distinguished Alumnae Mf. Mercy college President Sister Mary Agnes Hennessey presents Distinguished Alumni awards to, from left, Eileen Sheehan McAndrews of Iowa City, Margie McDermott McAllister of Cascade, and Margaret Ryan of Columbia, Mo., during the 1974 Alumni weekend held Saturday and Sunday on campus. The awards are given for service to further education ond for service to their communities. ELLIS Medalists of the weekend event “ best shot” play were Mrs. Gilbert Knott and Mrs. John Jacobs. Other winners included; The Mmes. William Stusak and Richard Norton. A D. (’line and George Shi-niek. John Hand and John Lewis, Harold l^ayher and Arnold Kriegler, Paul Patterson and Clare Klinger and Max Miller and Miss Betty Hruska The final weekend event golf tournament will be held Friday, Saturday and Sunday with play at anytime. There will be no prize fee charged and tournament rules will posted at .the pro shop. Bridge Marion Team winners of the game played Saturday at the YWCA were: North-south — Mrs. Richard Swarzentruber and Phil Arnell, first, and Mrs. W E. Eyman and Mrs George Jenkins, second; east-west — Mrs. Fred Groeltz and Mrs. R W Vater, first, and Ruth Helm and Leroy Wieser, second. A club championship game will be played at 12:30 Saturday at the YWCA. Valerie Brown, Gary Nelson Are Married Valerie Jean Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth R. Brown, 1048 Maplewood drive NE, and Gary David Nelson were married Saturday. The Rev. Mary White performed the I o’clock ceremony at Bethany Congregational church. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Nelson, 1554 Forty-seventh street NE. On return from a brief wedding trip the couple will make their home at 1521 E avenue NE The bride is employed by the Iowa Manufacturing Co. and Mr. Nelson by the National Oats Co. HOUSEWARMING HONORS MR AND MRS. FREEM AN Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Freeman, 6703 Kelburn lane NE, were honored with a surprise housewarming party Sunday evening. Twenty-seven guests shared the courtesy. Co-hosts for the event were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Freeman and Mr and Mrs Paul Gerdes, Dumont. Former Residents Note Golden Anniversary GROSS-UMSTADT, West Germany — Mr. and Mrs Leonard Volk, former Cedar Rapids residents, were honored recently with a reception celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. Hosts for the event were the couple’s two children Klaus Volk. Arheilgen, West Germany, and Mrs. Donald R. Buss of Cedar Rapids. The former Frieda Liebmann and Mr. Volk were married Aug. 17, 1924. in Germany. SHOWER GIVEN FOR MISS DAWN LANDIS Miss Dawn Landis, 461 Fifth avenue, Marion, was honored at a bridal shower given Saturday afternoon by Miss Pat Carpenter, 1411 Thirtieth street NE. Twelve guests shared the courtesy. Miss Landis, the Oct. 12 bride-elect of Ronald Wheeler, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ronald Landis, 940 Westview drive, Marion Mr. Wheeler is the son of Mrs. John Erceg. 2612 Waveland drive NU , and John Wheeler, 2429 First avenue SW, Gerjets-Rudish Vows Spoken On Saturday Our Saviour Lutheran church provided the setting for the marriage of Lorrayne Genets, 1838 Twelfth avenue SE. and Frank Rudish of rural Marion. The ll o’clock ceremony Saturday was performed by the Rev W O. Bilker. The bride was escorted to the altar by her son, Richard. Cindi Rudish, daughter of the bridegroom, attended as maid of honor and bridesmaids were Tammy Borland of Chicago and Lori Gerjets, daughter of the bride. Ronald, Brian and Jeff Rudish. sons of the bridegroom, served as best man and groomsman, respectively. Keith Snow and Darrell Bomkamp seated guests. A reception for IOO guests was given at the church following the ceremony. it it it The couple will reside at the Marion address. Mrs. Rudish is employed by St. Luke’s hospital and Mr. Rudish is an employe of Cargill Inc. mm BEAUTIFUL WALL COVERINGS from the largest selection in the Midwest. VINYL WALL COVERING IMI MclM caNKtM A sturdy, scrubbed!* vinyl wall covering that is stripoobie ond ore dos ted for easy decorating REG 5 85-12 45 ROU 25% OFF FLOCK WALL COVERING REG 9 95, ON SALI 4 99 ROLL lift**? cofcctM Give your home a true touch of elegance with flocks in beautiful colors ond wide variety of patterns 50% OFF Aflow up to 2 weeks for delivery in some areas. 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