Clipped From The Daily Herald
OHACT MOTT Men* Ctewteook M1JT llird's Eye ViÂ«w Wedding PlÂ»ns Many yp ng woilicn nru wed Immediately after leaving college. Watty Ji,Mo// FOR THE ANSWER TO THIS QUESTION t hav* bean married a ytar and am having a tough llmÂ« making ends meel. I can't afford Insurance, yet can't afford not to have it. Is Ihere tome in* expensive policy which provides death benefits only, to my wife and child can have some protection until 1 can Just tho opposite will be true for Ruth Anne Faslck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Fasick Jr., who on June 5 will become the bride of Paul K. Stevenson of Louis, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Will- nrd Stevenson of Sparta, 111., nnd who will graduate a few nfter her wedding, Ruth Anne who was grown In Mount Prospect is a senior Monmouth college where bhe met Mr. Stevenson. Their" honeymoon trip will be brief, blnco Ruth wants to be back nt school for baccalaureate services and gradr untlon June 8. A number of t h e Fasicks' friends from Mount Prospect will be going to Monmouth for the wedding and reception in the Presbyterian church. Among them will be Mrs. Allan Ackley, the Daryl drinkers and Mr. and Emmelt Krayblll whose daughter, Mrs. Norman Steingraboc will In the brldnl party. Other attendants will Include the bride's sister, Mrs, Elclon Dahl, and two Ruth Anne's school chums, Mary Ann Ward and Jan Brenner. Mr Stevenson nnd his bride will live In Monmouth this summer and the fall will move to Galcsburg where Ruth Antte has taken n teaching assignment and where Paul, in the Insurance business will have Ills office.