Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 23, 1973 · Page 3
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, June 23, 1973
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It- . 0 Golesburg Registef-Mail, Galesbufg, Saturday, June,23, 1973 3 College News... Deborah Swanson, 1719 W. Main St., a freshman at Illinois Wcslcyan University, Bloominglon, has been named to the Dean's Honor List for the second semester. Bob Jones University, Greenville, S. C, has announced that 7?4 students are on the dean's Class of '58 Plans Reunion Members of the Galesburg High School Class of 1958 met this week to finalize plans for thedr 15th reunion. The event will be Saturday, July 7, at 6 p. m. at the Sheraton Motor Inn. Members may make reservations through June 25 with Mrs. Don McCoy, R. R. 1, Gilson. Among those attending the planning session were Mrs. Tom Horancy, left, Jack Grady, David Graflund, Mrs. McCoy and Neal Anderson. Winners on the Fairways SOANGETAHA Members from Lake Bracken and Bunker Links were guests Thursday at Soangaliaha Coun try' Oluib where, play was for low gross, sixth low gross, and low putts. Bracken winners were Mrs. Harriet Dixon, Mrs. Irene Franekey and Mrs. Barbara Spieker, front 9, Mrs. Ray Dunn, Miss TedieVerner, back 9, low gross; Mrs. Pat Flanagan, front 9, Mrs. Phoebe Stroehler, back 9, sixth low gross; and Mrs. Clarice Johanson, low putts. Bunker Links winners were Mrs. Ava Buckmaster, front 9, Mrs. Lou Peterson, back 9, low gross; Mrs. Martha Lindsay, front 9, Mrs. Helen Snelling, back nine, sixth low gross; and Mrs. Margaret Rollings, low putts. Winners for the host club were Mrs. Wayne Goodale, front 9, Mrs. Harold Cunningham, back 9, law gross; Mrs. Sam Spink, Mrs. Ralph Vinson front 9, Mrs. Ron Parker, Mrs Dean Grimes, back 9, sixth low gross, and Mrs. William Artz, low putts. * Women's go'l play on June 28 will be the first round of the Handicap Tournament. Members of Lake Bracken Country Club were hosts Tues day for a women's golf guest day. Ninety-tfour women played, with 36 being guests. Winners were Mrs. Wayne Goodale, medalist, guest, and Mrs. Ray Dunn, medalist, member; MI 'S. Yauanita Charlson, first low gross, Mrs. Mike Ow ens, second low gross, front 9; Mrs. Jean Minehart, Mrs. Harold Cunningham, Mrs. Wes Pipes, three-way tie, back nine, first low gross; Mrs. Gary Wilson, second low gross, back nine, guests. Also, Mrs. Roy Hilgenberg, first low gross, Mrs. Larry Al- drioh, second low gross, front nine; Miss Connie Graham, first low gross, Mrs. Harold Shipman, second low gross, back nine; Mrs. Mike Owens, Mrs. Phylis Roate, low putts, front nine; Mrs. John Hessler, Mrs. Gale (Continued on Page 9) Children's Show -0— PRAIRIE PLAYERS PRESENTS Snow Whit© AND Rose Red Sat., June 23 Sun, June 24 PERFORMANCES: 1:30 PM & 3:30 PM Tickets Available At: O.T. Johnson's (.indttrom's J. C. Penneys BurgUnd's Woman's World Today. future derided Mrs. Marjorie Dillbeck of Alexis and Robert Dildbeck of Viola announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Bobbi Ann to Kris Porter, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Dale Porter of Alexis. The bride-elect, a graduate of Alexis High School and Carl Sandburg College Department of Cosmetology, is employed by Steppes Beauty Salon in Monmouth. Her finance, also a graduate of Alexis High School, is employed by the Midwest Manu- factering Company in Galesburg. Vows will be exchanged on Sunday, Sept. 2, at 6 p.m. in the Alexis United Presbyterian Church. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. Miss Bobbi Dillbeck Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hainline of near Oquawka announce the engagement of their daughter, Katharine, to Lee L. Cole, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cole of Amarillo, Tex. The bride-elect, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is cm- ployed at the Knox County Nursing Home. Her fiance, who attended Galesburg High School, is self-employed in Blyth, Calif. A fall wedding is being planned. Miss Kutharine Halnline list for the second semester. Among them are Marc Vaughn Strand, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Strand, 1388 Rock Island Ave,, and Gordon Stewart Wcech, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Wecch, Rural Route 3. Stephen G. Gore, 1544 S. Seminary St., was among students honored this week at the University of Illinois College of Pharmacy's 21 annual honors convocation at Chicago. He achieved a grade-point average of better than 4.25 on a 5-point scale. Debbie and Deena Youngrcn, daughters of Mrs. Glen Young­ rcn, 1315 Brown Ave., were graduated from Illinois Central College, East Peoria, June 3, with associate's degrees in applied science, with majors in dental hygene. They were both on the dean's list this past sem ester. Steven R. Markivee, son of Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Markivee, 315 Fair Acres Dr., was awarded a bachelor of science in industrial technology in building design and construction ait commencement exercises recently at Kansas State College, Pittsburgh, Kan. He has been included in the 1973 Honors Recognition Booklet an officer of an academic society recognized by the College. Mr. Markivee held the office of Secretary in the Industrial Arts Education society, Epsilon Pi Tau, for the 1972-73 academic year at KSCP. Lillian Minor, daughter of Mrs. Isabelle Foster, 750 E.| Knox St., will graduate from Governor's State University, Fark Forest South, Illinois, Sunday. She will receive a bachelor of arts degree with a major in psychology. She has been granted a fellowship for the fall in the Jane Adams School of Social Work, University of Illinois, Urbana. Patricia Russell, 1722 N. Prairie St., was named to the Dean's List at Millikin University, De catur, for the spring semester. Deborah S. Linder, RR 2, received a bachelor of arts degree at commencement exercises June 2 at the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, June 2. APWA Auxiliary Elects Officers The concluding meeting of two meetings of the Illinois Auxiliary of the American Postal Workers Union will be Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Donald E. Carlson, 1940 Indiana Drive. The second meeting is to conclude work on the fabric flowers being- made Cor the Knox County Nursing Home patients, who will receive them as tray favors. At the first meeting, a potluck for members, officers reelected were Mrs. Carlson, president; Mrs. Marge Pittington, vice president; Mrs. Leonard Carbon, secretary, and Mrs. Harold Ziohr, treasurer. The slate was presented by Mrs. Ray Madden and Mrs. Harry Weaver, recently elected state president of the Illinois Auxiliary to the APWU. Convention reports were given by Mrs. Donald Carlson and Mrs. Harlan Reed, delegates to the conclave in Rockford, June 14-16. Daryl A. Fanslcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fansler, 808 E. First St., was among /the 141 students receiving a bachelor of arts degree at the 108th an­ nuel commencement of North Central College, Naporville, June 3. He was awarded the degree, magna cum laude, with a major in religious studies. Vic1<i Dorris, daughter of Mrs. Victor M. Dorris, 694 Greenleaf, and the late Dr. Dorris, recently returned from the 22nd na- l tonal triennial conference of Mortar Board, which took place at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. She was the official delegate from Lawrence University, Appleton, Wis., chapter of which she is vice president. Joining representatives from 157 other colleges and universities, Miss Dorris helped formulate policies and programs to be carried out by the chapters during the next three years. Christine Boyd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Boyd, 1067 E. North St., has been named to the Dean's List at Maranatha Baptist Bible College, Watertown, Wis. Stephanie Gunther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Gun- tiier, 1043 N. Cherry St., was n?med to the dean's list for scholastic achievement at the time of her recent graduation from Cottey College, Nevada, Mo. oupleS Miss Connie Hamilton... Miss Connie Hamilton and Timothy Doyle were married in a garden wedding on the afternoon of June 9 in Madison, Wis, Miss Hamilton is the daughter of Mrs, Katherine Hamilton of Monmouth and Max Hamilton of St. Joseph, Mich. Mr. Doyle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Doyle, 1668 N. Cherry St. Rev. Gary Shultz read the double ring ceremony following several selections on the harp presented by Mrs. James Cooper. Attendants Attendants were Miss Carol Bowman of Monmouth and Hobart Collins of Collinsville, Conn. Mrs. Doyle was graduated from Monmouth College where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She is employed by Fisher Enterprises in Madison. Mr. Doyle, a graduate of Dartmouth College, has taught in the Wisconsin school system, xenan^e u OWA Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Doyle (Miss Connie Hamilton) and is now attending law school at the University of Wisconsin. After a canoe trip into north­ ern Minnesota and Canada, the couple will be at home at 3 Thorstrand Road, Madison, Wis. Miss Nancy Lee McCormick Cheryl Wickline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wickline, 804 Williard St., has been named to the Dean's List for the spring semester at Trinity College, Deerfield. Miss Wickline, who has just completed her freshman year, is employed for the summer at Starlite Motel. Patricia Poulos, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Poulos, 2F, 5 Hackberry Rd., Will be attending Carthage College, Kenosha, Wis., this fall. Silver Rims Plans Fun Day The Silver Rims Motorcycle Club, meeting at the Lions Shelter, Lake Storey, Wednesday evening, completed plans for a fun day Sunday at 10 a.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Fielder, DeLong Road. Charles Pralher, president, presided. Meat and drink will be furnished, and those attending the Sunday event are being asked to bring a covered dish. There wi)(l be a poster run at 5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Masterson, who noted their 25th wedding anniversary, were presetned a money tree, and Mrs. Masterson a corsage. The decorated cake was the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Horton and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horton. Miss Betsy Frost of Monmouth was a guest. The Manor House at Elkins Lake, Huntsville, Tex., was the setting for the May 12 wedding of Miss Nancy Lee McCormick and Garrison Woodard Allen. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Lee McCormick of Huntsville, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodard Harrison Ayen of Houston, Tex. Rev. Ted Knies performed the double ring ceremony. Musicians were Edd Wall III and George Hutchens, both from Huntsville. Soloist was James Powelson of Galesburg, uncle of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of delicate white lace trimmed at the hem and gently curved neckline with a lace ruffle. The waist was encircled by a pink and white ginghamsash caught in a bow in back. She had pink and white silk flowers in her hair. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and stephanotis. Tucked into the bridal bouquet was a lace handkerchief which had been carried by four generations of brides in her family. Attendants Matron of honor was Mrs. Kenneth G. Smith, sister of the bride, Huntsville, and her maid of honor was Miss Alicia Allen, sister of the bridegroom, Houston. Bradley Allen and Mark Allen, brothers of the bridegroom, Houston, were groomsmen. Ush ers were Kevin McCormick and Kelley McCormick, brothers of the bride, a'<l of Huntsville, James H. Powelson and David Powelson, cousins of the bride, Galesburg. Following the ceremony a re-, ception was held in the Manor House. Assisting at the guest book < table was Mrs. James S. Powelson, Galesburg, the bride's aunt. Among those guests attending the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Abram James Powelson of Galesburg, grandparents of the bride. The couple reside at Spanish Trace Apartments in Huntsville; both are students at Sam Hous-, ton State University, Huntsville,' Tex. Miss Ruthann Miller ... Shepherd of Hills Lutheran Church, Bridgeton, Mo., was the setting for the wedding June 9 of Miss Ruthann Miller, daughter of John W. Miller, Florissant, Mo., and Spec. Randy Edwards, Ft. Bragg, N. C, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kirby, Mountain Home, Ark. Rev. Richard G. Schluep read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 5 p.m. The bride's attendants were Mrs. Donald Moore, matron of honor, Florissant, Mo.; Miss Debora Stout, O'Fallon, Mo.; Miss Donna Saffoon, Florissant, and Miss Jane Midler, Florissant The bride, given in marriage by her father, carried a cas cade bouquet of roses, as com Meeting Is At Day Nursery The Knox County Social Service Club members at the Knox County Day Nursery for a picnic supper on Wednesday. Arrangements for the meeting were by Mrs. Dorothy Wetherford, Mrs. Ruth Patton find Mrs. Ethel Rathbun. A social hour followed thej meeting, at which time members noted the pin oak tree, a memorial for Mrs. Rosie Nyman. P eriona 13, wance: P nvaie By CARLTON SMITH A new wrinkle in mortgage financing is making it possible for couples with good credit, but not much cash, to get around that hurdle of the impossibly large down payment. What are your chances, for example, of buying a $30,000 house witli a $1,500 down pay- MALES' formal wear "In Stock Kcnials" PHONE •mi i m-uu\ AlUr Six. Lord Woil. Palm Bosch lii'lilstvi' lui' l''i'ct I-ifinvy IIIUUII to L .U3 Vl 'AJas 10 W«i Main St., Gal.iburu ment? Not too long ago, the correct answer would have been, "Near zero." Today, something culled private mortgage insurance is making such low-cash down payments possible for many couples. Mortgage lenders currently offer 70 per cent financing or flbettcr — up to 80 per cent even. To the buyer of a $30,000 house, that means coming up Willi $6,000 to $9,000 cash a stopper for many families. "Conventional" loans — lliose made by a private lender and not insured by FHA or VA — are generally limited to this percentage range for two reasons. Federal regulations enter into it, to some extent. Mostly it's the risk involved in high- ratio loans. Individual lenders aren't set up to assume that much risk. Private mortgage insurance- is similar to FHA insurance. Both insure the "top end" of the loan. For example, a lender offers 70 per cent financing on a $.10,000 house a loan of $21,000. A private mortgage insurance company may then agree to insure the "top 25 per cent" of a larger ndurance loan. This stretches the loan from 70 per cent to 95. The spread between $21,000 and $28,500 is insured, leaving the lender with his original $21,000 or 70 per cent risk. Such insurance adds to the home buyer's costs, of course. "It's taken out by tho lender but paid for by the purchaser," explains Jackson W. Goss, president of Investors Mortgage Insurance Company in Boston. First-year Charge In the example above, there would be a first-year CL J- oded arte 30 (Continued on Page 9) The Galesburg Civic Art Center's current exhibit. Constructions of Phyllis Stringer, will end Saturday, June 30. This exhibit is being sponsored by the Bixby-Zimimer Engineering Company of Galesburg. Phyllis Stringer, a Rockford area artist, is teaching art at Jefferson High School, Rock Valley College, and the Burpee Art Museum. Her artwork is included in the permanent collections of Beloit College, Au- gustana College, and the First National Bank of Rockford, and the Dick Blick Company of Galesburg. The 18 wood and canvas constructions are an extension of Mrs. Stringer's work with collage. Instead of surfaces overlapping, however, her oonstruc- tjoins use soufljptures wood; (forms, realistic and abstract, protruding from the canvas. Gallery hours at the Civic Art Center are 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday. SANDBURG COTTAGE The Carl Sandburg Cottage, 331 E. Third St., will be open to the public Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. Tho birthplaco is closed on Monday but is open daily the remainder of the week from 9 a.m. until noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday morning visits may be made by appointment only. ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NEWS ON PAGE 9 plement to her ivory satin gown with a train and long veil. Brent Murray, Mountain Home, Ark., was best man. Groomsmen were Roger Bures'h, and Jerry Silzel, both of Mountain Home, Ark., and Don Moore, Florissant, Mo. After the ceremony, a reception was held at the Trio Restaurant, Hazelwood, Mo. Among those who attended from Galesburg were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Savidge, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pickrel, Lyndale and Kevin Pickrel, Mr. and Mrs. Mac Piummer, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Perschnick. After a trip to Galesburg, the newlyweds will reside in Ft. Bragg, N.C., where Mr. Edwards is stationed with t h e Seventh Special Forces of the U.S. Army. Mrs. Edwards is a graduate of North County Technical School, St. Louis, Mo. her husband is a graduate of Mountain Home, Ark. High School and attended Arkansas Polytechnic College, Russellville, Ark. He was formerly employed with the Burlington Northern Railroad in Galesburg. Miss Dolores Often... Miss Dolores Otten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Otten ' of Cameron and Dannie West, son of Mrs. Oscar West of Cameron, and the late Mr. West, exchanged wedding vows June 9 at the bride's home in Cameron. Rev. C. R. Hill of Mountain Grove, Mo., brother-in-law of the bridegroom, read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 2 p.m. Best man for his brother was Lonnie West of Cameron; and groomsman, Gary West, also brother of the bridegroom, of Cameron. Miss Celica Hill, niece of the bridegroom, Mountain Hill, was the organist. Bridal attendants, Miss Beverly Otten, sister of the bride, maid of honor, and Mrs. Gary West, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, both of Cameron, were in yellow dotted Swiss dresses. The maid of honor carried a cascade of daisies trimmed with mint green ribbon, and the bridesmaid carried a cascade of daisies trimmed with yellow rib- • bons. Given in marriage by her father, the bride selected a white rose pattern lace over white satin gown for her wedding. 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