Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 23, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, June 23, 1973
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Vrstd Rnhekah Lodge Conveitci Mrs. Alice Pcnlck, noblo grand, presided nt Vesta Fle- bekah Lodge meeting Wednesday evening in the IOOF IInll v Mrs. Wilda Ayrcs was chairman of the memorial committee and Mrs. Jennie Castle, Abingdon, represented the LAPM. The past noble grands were escorted and introduced by Mrs. Thomas Sepich, vice grand. It was announced the annual noon picnic will be at Lincoln, 111., at the Odd Fellows and tlebckah children's home next Sunday. The past noble grands local club annual picnic will be June 28 at the home of Mrs. Elliot Slackhousc, 807 E. First St. Mrs. Nellie Rank, a member from Norlhridge, Calif., who is visiting at the home of Mrs. Frankie Johnson, 440 N. Cherry St., was welcomed. There will be no Fourth of July meeting, but the next meeting will be July J8. Mrs. Pcnlck was chairman for the refreshments during the social hour following the meeting. Fairway Winners (Continued From Page 3) With The Girl ^ Senilis... Mrs. Kenneth Hathaway, Mrs. Arnold Brunkow, Mrs. Dennis Caruso, Mrs. Morris Coleman, Mrs. Lawrence Hayes, and Mrs. Robert Riley accompanied the girls of Junior Troop 372 from Steele School and the girls of Brownie Troop 519 from Cooke School on a trip to Dickson Mounds, Springfield and New Salem on June 12. Their group of 34 departed by bus, from Galcsburg at 7:30 a.m. and returned at 7 p.m. While in Springfield, they visited Lincoln's Home, Lincoln's Tomb, the Illinois Museum and the Capitol Building where they viewed the governor's office, the Senate and the House of Representatives in session. Miss Otten- (Conlinucd From Page 3) Ward, Mrs. Virginia Bixiby, low iputts, back nine, members. Mrs. Carrie Steer and Mrs Vincent Moirrissey had the most sevens on the back nine, and Mrs. H. L. Davis and Mrs. Early Brown, the most eights on the front nine. Ohiipriins were scored by Mrs Mike Owens, Mrs. Gate Ward, Mrs. Wes Pipes, Mrs. Roy HM- •geniberg and Mrs. Jean Waters. A pot/luck was served at 1 p .im. following the women's guest golf. BUNKER LINKS Mrs. Dale Railston was hostess for the day at women's golf at Bunker Links this week. Play was for low gross on odd holes. Winners were Mrs. Ray Walters, Mrs. Gary Isaacson, Mrs. Betty Rowe and Mrs. Lester Wood. Bunker Links will be host for a guest day Friday, with teer off time at 8:30 a.m. GRADUATE NURSES CLUB Graduate Nurses Club will meet Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at Lions Shelter No. 1, Tables 7, 8, 9, Lake Storey. The meeting will be cancelled in case of rain Rose pattern lace trimmed the bride's hemline cape style veiling. Miss Ottcn carried a cascade of yellow roses and daisies. Guests offered felicitations 10 the couple at a reception which followed the ceremony. Honors were shared by Mrs. Wass Tornquist of North Henderson, aunt of the bride; Mrs. Geneva Gilson, of Galesburg, sister of the bridegroom; Mrs. Royal Moore of London Mills and Mrs. William Miles of Galesburg, sisters of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. West reside in Cameron. Mrs. West was graduated from Warren High School, Monmouth. Mr. West is employed at Midwest Manufac turing Co. SENIOR CITIZENS Senior Citizens will have a birthday party and potluck sup per Monday at 6 p.m. Miss Janet Meadows will play her guitar and sing for entertainment. A potluck supper will be held Wednesday at 6 p.m., after which Orlo Moore will conduct mixed dancing. A pitch party will be Thursday at 7 p.m. Prizes will be awarded and finger foods served. All meeting are in the YMCA clubrooms. RAY ANDERSON CLEANERS Country Route Pick-Up Schedule For July and August (Same Day Service As Before) MONDAY & THRURSDAY Victoria Hotel YICTOria Weedman's Restr. WillianiSfield Young's Grocery TUESDAY & FRIDAY Oneida Altona Woodhull Alpha New Windsor Johnson's Restr. Nelson's Grocery Barber Shop Piiul's Mkt. Bubon Drug Slore Anderson Mkl. Zuidema Barber Shop Announces Daughter's ^ Marriage Mrs. George C, Castle, Abingdon, announces the marriage of her daughter, Mrs. John W. Lucas and Bruce Wagher on Friday evening at the Abingdon United Methodist Church. Rev. Frank Deningcr officiated. Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Wagher received the congratulations of their relatives and friends at a reception hosted by Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Sanders, and Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Joscphson in the home of the bride's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Wagher will be at home at 307 N. Monroe St,, Abingdon. Personal Finance (Continued From Page 3) charge of 1 per cent of the amount of the loan — $285 — plus a $20 appraisal fee. This can bo paid in a lump sum, or spread over the life of the loan. After the first year, the cost of insurance drops to V\ of one per cent, on the balance of the loan. Private mortgage insurance, Goss maintains, has several advantages over FHA. "Private insurance remains in effect only until the balance of the loan drops down to the original commitment on the loan" — in the example above, until the loan is paid down to .$21,000. "It's usually in effect for only seven to 10 years," Goss says, "while FHA insurance remains in effect for the entire life of the loan. And the charge for FHA insurance is a flat one-half of one per cent, rather than the one- quarter per cent of private insurance." To compare costs, the FHA loan on the $30,000 house' might be $27,550 iait 7 per cent, as against a privately insured loan of $28,500 at 8 per cent. For insurance the monthly FHA, $11.83 for private. Because of the smaller down payment and the higher interest rate, however, : the monthly payment would be about $26 higher with private insurance — $209.19 versus $183.48. Private insurance actually has been around for several years, but until recently offered only one basic insurance program and two rate plans. Investors Mortgage, one of the younger but more innovative companies, early in 1971 developed four separate programs with 16 different premium plans, including the insuring of 95 per cent loans. IMIC is licensed in 47 states and the District of Columbia, and more than 3,300 approved lenders across the country are using IMIC programs. . Insure Loans Some of the plans insure lower-ratio loans, better suited to some families. Goss points out that "95 per cent financing programs were not designed primarily for low- income families." The family qualifying for a 95 per cent loan, he says, "typicality has annual income of $13,000 to $15,000. For the most part, they're young families buying their first houses. They have adequate incomes plus good futures and they can afford the monthly payments." There dates seem to be something for. everyone, (hough. Among those who've used these insured loans to buy 'houses are a pair of 18- year-old newly weds of War-* ran, Mich. — who got &n $18,500 loan on a $19,500 house — iand, in Nevada, two priests who bought a $27,500 house wilh a (luwn payment of only $1,375. No trouble there about the credit chock. "When it came to references," said the lender, "well — you really can't go much higher." Galesburg Register-Moij, Galesburg, III,_ SoturdQy^.Ju,f^_33 > J,973, 9 Note HI si WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY Rio Gullstrand Grocery N. Henderson **» Swa " so " Alexis Home Elders Sperry Drug Store RAY ANDERSON CLEANERS TOIIIOIII <JI iiciiiiiiiwy ••- Guloiburg -- Ph. 343-2191 Will Note 40th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Leland DqSollar, 155 Walnut St., will note their 40th wedding anniversary on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. DeSolIar were married June 25,1933 at Beardslown. They are the parents of two daughters, Mrs. James (Mary Jean) Harrison and Mrs. Robert (Carole Ann) Bowman of Beardstown. They have six grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Mr. DeSolIar is employed as a brakeman for the Burlington Northern Railroad, and Mrs. DeSolIar was employed at Klines Department Store. No special celebration Is being planned. Couple Reside in Roseville Mr. and Mrs. Jerry W. Hunter, who were married June 10 at the Roseville United Methodist Church, reside in Roseville. Rev. Phillip Merritt of Roseville and Rev. James Weiss of Bushnell officiated at the double ring ceremony read at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Hunter, the former Leigh Anne Johnson, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson of Roseville and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hunter, also of Roseville. Mrs. Hunter is employed in the office at Bowman Shoe Co., Monmouth. Mr. Hunter is employed at Abingdon Pottery. Anniversary Mr, and Mrs. Robert Corbin, 302 State St., Bast Oalesburg, were the guests of honor at a family dinner at the Sheraton Motor Inn on BYlday evening. The event marked their 31st wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Corbin were married June 22, 1942, at Ottawa. He's employed at Butler Manufacturing Co., and she's cmiployed at St. Mary's Hospital. They are the parents of Jack Corbin of Barstow, Mrs. Robert (Linda) Botogcr of East Gailcs- burg, Kathryn, Larry and Richr ard, at home. The couple has six grandchildren. Couple Notes 50 th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Keiran, 633 E. Fifth St., celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Wednesday. They were married at the First Christian Church by Rev. S. H. Zendt. A family party was held in their honor Thursday evening in their home. Guests were present from the area as well as Lincoln, Neb. and Merriman, Wis. The couple has two grandchildren and four greal>igrand- chdj'xlren. Mr. Keiran is a re tired Burlington Northern Railroad engineer. Will Note 60th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. David L. Reed, 346 S. Henderson St., will celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary Monday. The couple was married June 25, 1913, by Rev. N. T. Allen. They are the parents of two children, David L. Reed, Gates- iburg, and Mrs. Jess (Shirley) Benson, Logansport, Ind. No formal co'jebnation is being planned. Mr. Reed, who was 90 in April, is a retired farmer. He was also employed by Rowe Manufacturing Co., and the Salvation Army. Class Plans ! A Reunion Members of Corpus Christi High School Class of 1962 met Tuesday evening at the home of Tim Connors, 1673 Robertson Ave;, to make decorations and final arrangements for the 11th class reunion at the Sheraton Motor Inn June 30. Reservations may be made v/i'ih Mrs. Ronald (Lynn Thompr son) Sear], 1085 Beecher Ave., by Monday. Rev. Ed Purcell, a former Corpus Christi faculty member, and now with Holy Family] Church, Peoria, will be guest of honor. Church SERVICES (Continued From Page 8) service at 7 p.m. Men's prayer group Saturday ait 7 p.m. Church of Christ — 955 Lawrence. Glenn Blust and Ed Smith, elders. Study at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. Service at 7 p.m. Wednesday service at 7 p.m. Jehovah's Witnesses 1390 Worship- (Continued P'rom Page 8) the depth and validity of these experiences of worship, it remains true that for most people, most of the time, a church service is the best way to focus your mind and affections on God. If going to church doesn't seem to "do anything" for you, it may help to bear in mind that you aren't there to GET something—but to GIVE something. Church is not a spiritual filling station where you tank up on piety to see you through the next week. It's a place you go to render homage to praise Him, thank Him and revere Him. And that is not an optional extra or sideline of religious commitment. Jesus said it is our first and foremost duty— the "Great Commandment": "You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and all your soul and all your mind and all your strength." Maybe you don't "get anything" out of singing hymns or reciting psalms or saying prayers. But is it not sufficient that God likes to have you do those things, regularly and frequently? Jefferson. Public talk by R. Coififman of Ft. Madison, Iowa, at 9:30. Subject: How to Read the Bible Wilh Personal Bener fit. Watch-tower study at 10:30. Subject: .Leaving the City of Refuge Means Loss of Life. Study Tuesday at 8 pm. Thursday: school at 7:30 p .m.; service at 8:30 p .m. Central Congregational—Public Square. Dr. W. Robert Murray, pastor. Broadcast over WAIK at 9:35. Worship at 10:30. Sermon: Have You Seen Any Good Signs Lately? First Christian — Broad and North. Ralph Eugene Bennett, pastor. Chapel at 8. Church school at 9. Worship at 10:15. Sermon: The Presence. Allen Park Baptist—1701 Mulberry. Clifford A. Noe, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 10:45. Training at 6:30 p.m. Vacation church school Parents' Night at 7:30 p.m. Wednas- day service at 7:30 p.m. Bethany Baptist—690 S. Academy. Dr. George Nulph, pastor. Broadcast over WGIL at 8:20. Church sichool at 9:45. Worship at 11. Youth at 6 p.m. Service at 7 p.m. Wednesday service at 7:30 p.m. Advent Christian - 1673 N. Seminary. Charles Rutan, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. Service at 7 p.m. Wednesday service at 7 p.m. Galesburg Rescue Mission— 266 E. South. Services nightly at 7 p.m. First Baptist — Cherry and Tompkins. Carlton G. Christenson, pastor. Church school at 9. Worship at 8 and 10. Broadcast over WAIK at 11. ANNOUNCEMENT We Are Proud to Announce That CHARLES R. 'DICK' DAHL Resident of Alexis, III. Has Joined Our Staff "DICK" will be serving the Alexis, Aledo and Monmouth territory. PHONE ALEXIS 482-3891 "DICK" DAHL LOIS REALTY 1172 MONROE ST. Phones 343-5416 or 342-2137 J REGISTER For FREE! Merchandise Gifts 1st PRIZE 2nd PRIZE 3rd PRIZE $2500 $1500 $|0OO of Merchandise of Merchandise of Merchandise NOTHING TO BUY! OPEN: Mon. & Fri. Nights Til 9 P.M. Other Days Until 5 P.M. Galesburg's Newest Most Exciting Store In Years! A COMPLETE SHOP OF YARN & ART NEEDLEWORK. EVERYTHING IN PLAIN SIGHT. COMPETENT INSTRUCTOR ON HAND AT ALL TIMES. EASILY ACCESSIBLE — FLEISHERS ORLON RIPPLETONE AFGHANS ALL $| COLORS To INTRODUCE OUR NEW STORE 20% OFF OUR ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDING CHRISTMAS ITEMS WILL BE MARKED (l)OES NOT INCLUDE SALE ITEMS) Regular Price Each SPINNERINS 100% POLYESTER POLYKNIT YARNS 12 69c *" b awn -mju IMU PARAGON QUILTS DOUBLE BED SIZE ONLY $099 Each WOLFSIES YARN SHOP Located Directly Across the Street From WOLFSIES FABRIC SHOP WoUtiek YARN SHOP PHONE 342-5813 332 E. MAIN V"'-' V . • V ,'. § ; V Q • R ,..4A. •

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