Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 8
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Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 8

Oskaloosa, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 30, 1957
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W«L Jan. 90, ItST OSKALOOSA DAILY MRAU "1 Mateka HospHrfs THE MORGAN K1SOR memorial lounge. which was dedicated in December, is pictured ·bove. This room, which was partially made possible by the friends of Morgan Kisor con- tributing nearly $1,000 to his memorial, has proved to be especially popular with the younger set as a game room. (Herald Photo) T.' -* MR. AND MRS. ROBERT Fortney completed this new home for themselves during the past summer. Located at 803 south Fifth street, the structure is 28 by 36 feet in size with an attached garage on the south side, it is a three bedroom affair with a full basement, a living room facing south off the living room, gas heat, birch built-in and doors, p;ne trim, and a recreation room in the basement. (Herald Phofc) TODAY'S PATTERN NEW Printed Pa Easier to cut Sew and fit 9384 SIZES 2--10 Printed Pattern A PRINTED PATTBRX! .Easiest sewing for you, mother; no fitting worries--waistline cinched by the perky sash! Make it a sundress for this summer; a cotton juniper and blouse for school time. Scoop neck, her favorite whirl start! Printed Pattern 9384- Children's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8, 10. Size 6 dress takes 2^i yards 35-inch fabric. This printed pattern assures perfect fit. Easy directions printed on each tissue pattern cart. Send Thirty-irt e cents in corns for this pattern--add 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-class iraJ.r.g Send to Manan Martm care of Oskaloosa Daily Herald, Pattern Dept^ 232 West 18th St. Xew Tork 11, N.Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYIXE NUMBER. to 18 year old fathers. The youngest mother in Iowa was 12 and the oldest 48. One was born to a girl 12 years old, two children to 13 year-old mothers, 24 to 14 year-olds and 155 to 15 year-old mothers. Three children w*»re bom to mothers 48 years old. "The oldest Iowa woman to give birth to a child since World war n was 58 years old and her husband was 37. The child was born to this couple in 1948. Since that tune the oldest woman in this state to give birth to a child was 53," said Loren Chancellor, director of the vital statistic* division. TERN NCMBEK, your N. ADDRESS and ZONE. Our gift to you--two wonderful patterns for yourself, your home --printed m our Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book . . . Plus dozens of other new designs to order-crochet, knitting, embroidery, iron ons, novelties. Send 25 cents for your copy of this book NOW-with gift patterns printed in it! TODAY'S NEEDLECRAFT Weddings UCENSED TO WED Jerry Dean Mitchell, 19, Oskaloosa 172 and Melba Janice DeJong, 17, Oskaloosa It rou want to sell it placa a Want Ad Wits D» One of the best equipped maternity department* m My ao*- pital of its size in the state ww provided at Mahaska hospital dvr- ing 1956. New tile floor covering was laid in the entire section, on third floor, and all of the room* were repainted and the furniture refinished. Furniture in the waiting room was re-upholstered and draperies added. In a, constant program of purchasing new equipment, another 1 incubator, bringing the total to jfne, was purchased last «fr||_ All 1 are electrically equipped with hu- , midifiers, thermoetatie control* and oxygen connection*. · FIFTEEN MOTHEKS and their bab'es can be cared for at the hospital. Hospital record* show tnai S2.665.38 was spent In 1956 on i-riprovementa and new equipment. B'rths at the hospital dropped from 562 in 1955 to 540 in 1956; but (he highest number of bed patients in one day increased from 55 to 64. · The hospital ha* an available · · bed capacity for 69 patient*. During 1956, there were 438 major operations performed, and 1,278 riinor. The payroll for 110 full- ume and part-time employee* to- taUed $178,674.36. i Fifteen local doctors and a like j number of out-of-town doctor* are on the medical staff; F. O. Voigt, Oskaloosa, . of the Mahaska county medical association, and Dr. R. E. Phelps, New Sharon, vice-president. There , are also ten osteopath* on the staff, three from Oskaloosa. I GEORGE DRAPER IS the newly-elected president of the hos- · pital board. Other members include Frank Randall, Cedar, vice- president; Harry Phillips, New 1 Sharon, secretary; Raymond Stately, Harold Mayer, W. W. Shaw, 'and Cecil Smith, Fremont. ' Robert W. Cooper, administra: tor-technician of the Fall* City, Neb. community hospital will arrive in Oskaloosa in March to take over the duties of hospital administrator, succeeding lizzie Phillip* who resigned because of ii"«w. Mrs. Clark Taylor, RJH., is the director of nurses; ana other department heads include the pathologist, radiologist, office manager, dietary head, and engineering head. AN INCREASINGI.Y popular feature at Mahaska hospital · is the snack bar. opened in -October by the hospital auxiliary. It is at the west end of the first floor hall between the nurses' residence and the main building. Hospital authorities indicate that although some days finds the institution filled to near-capacity, facilities are adequate for handling additional patients--a situation which is vitally important to L t AU6USTINI and C. A. Pickerell real estate street while DeKock was across the street in the Belt Investment , firm and the Oradus DeKock insurance agency both moved and company offices. In the picture at the left above, thos* pictured ·now share quarters in the Oft building at 119 north Market " '-*·· *- : L *» -- rw*-.i. n-**/~ v»» A-1,.1 .~A t».^M street, the former location of Dr. Alfred Haimann's office. Augustine and Pickerell formerly had offices at IIS north Market . (from left to right) are DeKock. Matt C. Van Arkel. and Riittafl D. Schuler. tn the picture on the right are Augustine (left) «M Pickerell (right).(Herald Photo) ! any prospective industry conctder- mg location in Oakaloos*. Total budget expenditure estimated for 1957 at the hospital i* | $457,000--$45,000 of which i* to be raised by taxation. i · .Penn Enlarging Second Curriculum By More Courses Offering observatory and telescope will be Miss Daisy Utterback live* with used. A study of games, story plays and rhythms tor different age levels is made in the course on game and rhythmics conducted by Coach Charles Micklewnght. Enrollment in William Penn college classes for the second semester will be permitted until February 2. i Several new courses have been ! added to the William Penn col-! ilege curriculum this semester. In the Kagjish and speech department three new courses are being offered: play production and oral interpretation taught by Mrs. Ivan Howard of University Park, and corrective s p e e c h taught by Miss Nancy Calvird who is speech therapist for 'M«h«sr|i county schools. In play production a practical work-type course i* offered in which tie principles of play-producing are taught. Also, actual projects are worked oat which prepare the future teacher or religious leader to direct school and church drama. The course in oral interpretation emphasizes theory and practice of reading from the printed page. The course is designed especially for those studying for positions such as teachers, ministers or ! radio announcers. Dr. S. A. Watson teaches ornithology, a class in which field trips and laboratory studies are made to determine habits and songs and to identify Iowa, birds. The introductory course in descriptive astronomy by Prof. Edward Moms is designed to give cultural rather jthan technical training with some night study of constellations when the college MARRIED 58 YEARS SIGURNEY (Special) -- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Utterback of 303 South Shuffleton passed their 58th wedding anniversary T u e s d a y . her parents. Personal; Sam Sedrel in Fella today. Mm Bert Smith of llli Eleventh avenue west wait to Perry Friday to help care for her brother-ia-law, Ray McLuen, who is seriously ill with a heart ailment. Mrs. Sam Popofsky returned Monday from New York City where she has been on a buying' mission for Sam's Store. Mrs. Letta VbUw of 304 north Ninth street and Mrs. Corme Van Englehoven are guests of Mrs. Mrs. Stanley Crounse of * land Center N.Y., and Mr*. Gladys Haver of Schenectady. N.Y., were week end guest* in the Robert Barnes home Oekalooeft route 2. They came to-attend the wedding of Mrs. Crounse'* daughter, Joan Elizabeth Spark* Robert Barnes Jr. Most of the 1955 Babies Born To Iowa Mothers 23 and Fathers 26 It's popular to become mother when you're 23 and s, father at J6. The state department of health can prove it. Statistics collected by the vtal statistics division show that the most babies were born to parents of these ages during 1955 in lovta. There were 63,624 children born in this state that year and 4572 of them had mothers 23 years old and 4130 of them had 26 year old fathers. The second most popular age to become a mother is 24 and 25 for a father. Women aged 22, and men aged 27 became parents of the third highest number of children in 1955. The youngest father was 16 and the oldest 94. However, only one child was born to a 94 year old man, while 16 babies were born NE WS P 4 PER fl R C H1V E ® « _ GAY FKCIT CROP i A'l 01 'voi.i lavonte fruits to embroider on kitcnen towels! Tour fa\on:e easy stitchqg too you'll hate trese d~ne m no time! J ffy r^otifs are much fun, so sra; " Tre.v ada color and beautj to your * tchen. Pattern 774 transfer 6 motifs 4 :!3 x6 1 2 inches Send! Tn ENTY-FIVE CENTS in co.ns fcr this pattern--add 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mail rsr Send to Osrfaloosa Dam Hera 1 ". X^ed'ecraft Dept, PO. Bo 169. O1 Chelsea Station, Xe\v Ycrx II, X Y. Pr.r.t plainly PAT- Dtuing the cold wtntrv days ahead, «nake every effort to have yonr paper money within easy reach when your carrier conies to make his weekly collection. (Jan you imagine how disappointing it is to make two and sometimes even three return calls to make a collection during cold weather? New in '56 Ready to Serve You in '57 We are proud! of our parf in Oskaloosa's progress. Since our purchase of LYLE'S 3 months ago we have fried to maintain the high standard of merchandise and service, that has always been associated with LYLE'S. » Your Exclusive Keepsake Diamond Dealer "Choose Confider,*|y -- At This Store of Quality" LYLE'S/j E W E L E R S 8 P i T M $ » l » i I Q · A t I ALL NEW ffi^GEHERAL ELECTRIC DELUXE REFRIGERATOR SENSATIONAL VALUE--WHILE CARLOAD S H I P M E N T LASTS! thill Stfe» ·agiieticDoor Py! J On TOOO Ovt feonf. Sbeircs od- Opm or Mt *Mck cf jour tot. clam OmtoenatKfllh, Ste.Hy! Plus There G-E Features · FULL-WIDTH FOOD FREEZER! Heidi ap to 39 ibs. of frozen food! · FULL-WIDTH CHILLER TRAY .-.prondd 14 Ibs. additional freezer Uoraoe! · DIAL DEFROST! Coareaient simplified eA fat centre): ·ADJUSTABLE DOOR SHELVES ... end tm poll-cat vegetable drawers! · 3 MINI-CUBE ICE TRAYS ·. · wrtli o tWw KOIc Cflocx per tray* · BUTTER COMPARTMENT · . · keeps Lrvlli i COOT ?£ spftod or nm' · BEAUTIFUL PINK INTERIOR . . . vitft etaffimsa tnns! · FIVE-YEAR WARRANTY ...en secfedHH refnjjcrotwg system' * $ 10 DOWN DELIVERS Wifh Qualified Trade! Limited stock available, will sell fast--so quick buying action is a "Must" if you want the year's best buy! Goodyear Service Store 10t 1st Av*. West OSKALOOSA 2 2Sf3 -IWSPAPFRl

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