Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 7
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January 30, 1957

Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 7

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rVfcre At Ota* BMta work. At addition ta the installation of new equipment, he does conversion work on heating systems and repair work. l^tfUMT the past year be installed a gas heating unit in the state highway maintenance ga- w rages ia Oskaloosa and did quite OSKALOOSA OAKY HBALD Barollmeat academic vear hap encouraging pictawe ministration at gelistic Institaiti Customarily, regiatoatfe the past five years tendency to aViiMai at tfea and third quarter _ there was aa tamat* t» ond-quart*r enrollment, I ent indications are that t quarter enrollment wi' by cxjTforthat pai«cuia7~p*- Home Delivery Of Milk during aw year. a bit of residential heating work. At the present time, he is en- j gaged in installing heating, air ^ | conditioning, and an electronic air ^ j cleaner (which is one of the first , ia town) in the new Scholz build- jing. · Besides himself, Shaw has three I other employees -- Larrie Jemison, ! Bruce Slawson, and Charles Bennett who it the office manager. iod of cent academic ·om* rigmficaiit C.E-L faculty and ·*·** th* past acadamfe year. The departments of 4MB · and dean of capably and efficiently baadted by Darr«l" Knaz and Mi» Blanche Garrison, respectively. IB aAMtfcm to his duties ac d*an of BMB. ·»* has also served very capably a» director of the department of Christian service which te an *»- portant outreach of the school ia rural areas and in community service. Both Knn and Hls» rison have assiimud a THE FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH interior acquired a new look last spring with new chancel furniture, new altar, ana complete remodeling of the choir space. In the bottom picture, soft rose velour drapes hang behind the ~ _ » . · _ m - · · ·. I »I amount of class room ity as welL Cooperating with the institute in its effort to present the student body with an up-to-date concept of the challenges of Christian service, the department of sions has had as one of its instructors a missionary on furlough from Honduras, R*V. Arthur Vesper, who has been giving competent assistance in this are* of instruction. In the music department Wea Marianne Schneider, a member of the faculty at Drake unireertty,* has effectively assumed the duttea of vocal instruction. Further me- aistance in the departmantef music has come through the-work of Miss Elaine Kitt, an ahimnus of the school, currently teaching part-time at the institute and also pursuing graduate studies at Drake University in Des Moines. Faculty procurement for the choir (pictured above) now has new choir pews current academic year is _ *. 1 * 1 · · ·! I t t * « A.._a**«i«uB} M 0tvAmcyT'ria nfViav- V of wood which matches the chancel furniture. The paneling in the rear is also of white oak as is the new choir railing. Work also included in the remodeling of the church, located at 501 j On Way Out N. Y. .ffi-- The clang- of milk botUes won't shatter sleep 10 or 15 years from now, a Cornell universiy economist preicts. Prof. Max E. Brunk said there wffl be "very little home delivery of milk" in the future years. He predicted that almost all milk will he sold in food stores and this , will increase the sale of milk be-i . AV rAtj- *..,,rtf* CT/NBC t L. 11 cause more milk will be bought , llAYTt , ON1S , MUSIC STO "*- owneo b Y Mr ' if it is included with grocenr items. *"d Mrs. Keith Lay ton, moved last summer trom "Since you get your milk bill 217 High avenue west to a new locaiion at 201 separately, it stands out like a , High avenue west. They repainted and redecor- sore thumb,'' he added. | ated their new quarters and rejuvenated the store fixtures and counters. In addition to the ground floor (pictured above), they have two leaching studios in the basement. (Herald Photo) toward a strengthening ofttta de- picture, sort rose veiour crapes nang oenina ine rne remoaeung OT Tne cnurcn, mtaieu «u nvi . _. H «· i » altar which is of quarter sawed white oak. The High avenue east, was complete redecorating 5»9W IK911IM) 1$ _..l~M. la.-4-nrn karvtiemxl -fnun* ^hairc attA fn\. and new liahtina fixtures throuahout the sane- .. -- .. pulpit, lectern, baptismal fount, chairs, and collection plate shelf are all of the same wood. Tha and new lighting fixtures throughout the sanctuary. (Herald Photo) About One Year OU 267 Hospital Auxiliary Volunteers Work Almost 44)00 Hours In 1956 , ! A new business which got Its auxiliary, in addition to Mrs. Foeh- start ta Oskaloosa last spring ia j linger, are Mrs. Howard Beach, | sbaw Heating, owned and oper- secretary; Mrs. R. C. Wright, ated by Bonald Shaw, with a shop treasurer and hostess chairman; - and office at 418 north L street. Mrs. Harold Fleck, publicity, and j Shaw previously was at Brack-, Have you .ever stopped to re-1 sponsorship of Mrs. Harold Fleck. Mrs. Mark VanderHeiden, project j ney Tin for 14 years and waa a j alize the only contact the average! The original group consisted of 66 chairman. partner «in the firm for the test ! citizen has with a hospital is two! fcjg n school girls, 14 years of age! "Coffees" are now being olanned three or four years. fold? Either as a patient -- or' and over; who devoted a. total of to be held in private homes in shaw " Heating handles General when writing a check for a bufld- i 4^3 hours to hostess and snack-bar. connection with the current mem-: Electric equipment including heating campaign. ' " " · But to the 267 Mahaska. hospital auxiliary members -- who volunteered a grand total of 3,847 J tiU-LLLiClIUHJiJ. WiLLi LUC UUi.J.CJJ.1, ALTCUU.-- , ------ -^*-- *, i «· jbership drive; and an open meet- 1 tog. «*r condittonlng. and general duties during 1956. In November the Future Nurses i ing is planned for Feb. 10 at the i vt £ an fa C n club was organized, under Mrs. · Farm Bureau building. In the' Edith Garrett, and in just a month meantime various women's organ- D ' hours during 1956 -- the vital role j 3-.* half this group of 18 had re- '· izations and church groups are to, IT"TM-""' of the hospital in community has j corded 90 hours. be contacted for prospective mem- i ian ' become first - hand. From their; j,j tfj^g- JUNIOB auxiliary Ed- bers. j work they have derived the pleas- · itQ Grubb ^ a record of 3$ voi . j AS October by Mrs. M. Northrup, Des Moines, new counsellor of hospital auxil-, she said: and satisfaction that comes. WOBK scnedules percentage of member* See us for in FURNITURE ure ana sausiacuon mat CUI ? ea s unteer hours; and Karen Ander- crease, and business at the snack j w n o a r e active workers " She also with close contact and service - ^^ 24 ^^ c^^^ Mctotosb. bar continues to become more j CO mmended the local group for with those who are helpmg the ^ ^ jp^^ Nurse8) devot ed 16. popular, more and more volunteers' opening of the snack bar so soon aiek regain ttteir neaitn, , ^om^ ^ g^ weeks; and Joann' are needed to carry on this worth- after its organization conipariEg Although the local auxiliary was Stigers, 11 hours. * ' while work. j it ^QJ Q^ D^ Motnes group's de- organized in 1955, with the excep- j con.^ off{ Cers of the hospital' Praise was extended to local; lay of seven yean. fion of the sewing guild, other hos- j pital Drojects did not actually get into full swing until February of '56. At that time the regular work ; schedule was put into operation for both the women and the junior members. Under the capable direction of Mrs. DeWayne Foehlinger, these volunteers have given generously of their time and energy. THE "PDTK-LADIES," whose name is derived from the cheery- colored smocks worn by all members while on duty, have become a welcome sight to patients, nurses and doctors. Among their tasks are the sorting and delivering of mail; arranging of flowers; assisting with in-patients and out-patients; and the many varied duties of hostesses. These include assisting visitors in finding patients' rooms, vsiting the chronically ill, distributing books and magazines, making telephone calls or writing letters for patients. One of the most recent services Offered by the auxiliary, was the opening of the snack bar in October. 1956. Its popularity has caught on surprisingly fast, and Oskaloosa is one of the few cities of this size in tbe state where such a short-order bar is operated for the benefit of visitors. From its opening until the end ^jf '56 volunteers had put in more than 700 hours operating the snack bar. Organized under the direction of Mrs Carl Bennett, its chairman for '57 is Mrs. Raymond Kentfield. GENERAL AUXILIARY duties, outside the snack bar, totalled more than 2,000 hours for the senior members. Both Mrs. Eiml Feinberg and Mrs. Carl Bennett. hit the 100-hour mark in 1956, with Mrs. Feinberg volunteering 129 hours and Mrs. Bennett 107. Members of the sewing guild meet at the hospital two or three Thursdays a month, except for a few weeks' vacation during the busy holiday season. A total of 120 women from nine different Oskaloosa churches have spent a total of 525 hours sewing 875 different articles since its organization. Mrs. Ralph Van Arkel is the current, chairman. i On Feb. 25. 1956, the junior auxiliary was organized, under thej Your Present Furniture · REFINISHED · REMODELED New Furniture Custom Built To Suit Your Needs ANTIQUES RESTORED We Specialise In Custom-Builf Kitchen Cabinets and Other Built-in*. B. M. FURNITURE SHOP 804 South Market CARL BRAAKSMA Phone 3-7045 DON MATTIX Prescriptions ... Are our Main Business We Will Serve You Promptly and Precisely As Your Physician Directs Your Drug Dollar Is Worth More At PATTERSON'S We at Patterson's offer everyday low prices throughout the entire store. It will pay you many dollars in savings to cheek our prices the next time you're going to a drug store. Our prices are set to save you real money on ANY DAY you choose to shop, so for all your drug needs stop at Patterson's first, Take Your Break 1 at PATTERSONS »\t time you're downtown shopping, "take a break" and visit our fountain. Whether yon want a sandwich and a salad or jnst a cup of coffee yonTI appreciate the efficient, courteous sen ire. Delicious soda*, malts, snndaes. etc. Don't forget that Wednesday is always "9c Sundae Day" at Patterson's. PATTERSON' DRUGS 119 HIGH AVE. E. ALL- AMERICA CITY SPAPFRf

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