Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 9
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Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 9

Oskaloosa, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 30, 1957
Page 9
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*.. .60 JF YOU WANT A FRgg Xtf2 . SUY- Rev. Hargrave To Maquokefa Church , March 24 Sunday, Fenton and family of Beacon. Recent callers at the C. W. Mc- 103 Sort? Sdml leaders Register For Trailing Come omen A A total of 103 Sunday school HAMUSON teachers met together in the Cen- The January tral Methodist church in Oska- Harrison Homemalur* was loosa Tuesday ·vening for the at the home of Mrs. Ira V first session in a six-week leader- of route t. Mrs. RuseaU ship training course being spon-! opened the meeting with a aored by the Oskaloosa Inter-: Church council. j The teachers represented 18 i churches in Oskaloosa, Rose H'", Lacey, Barnes City, New Sharon, Union Mills, Eddyville, Tracy, In-: dianapolis. Cedar and OUie. ; Some of the 103 persons who' have registered for the course i _ M .- , ,. ^.tt.-.. help with young people's Sunday! Fourte * tt aember», 1» «*UdiJi ribbon and paper for the boxes. 1 ^IAA ,,«._-» . . _ * ; 0-0199 Arthur D. Lockart, OP- ' knlooaa, 1MT International truck, tractor. ·3-MM Theodore K. Smith, Oskaloosa, 1»ST Chevrolet station wagon. Mrs. Tunis Vonk wa* in of the business muttBC and roH call was answered with a eoM of M was filled. ference of the were featured Tharp gave Your ·vening groups. i and three guests. lister Fynaardt, talhov- MOOSE AUXILIARY MET Reports of the mid-winter eon- Moose auxiliary at the regular j meeting Monday evening. The con' *·*"«·· was held Sunday in Mar- 12 local members Owen won th* tacky prize and Mre. Henry Ryk* th* door prize. Plans for the future Enrollment in one of the five :Paul Kiser * ad *»«** sections of the course is still open "^ wer * present Refreshments according to Harold Nehre. prin- j wer * "erred by opal tf WhitUer tary j «-***««. Mrs. Richard Th * BCJtt mating will be with D * Jrt * r Brostrom. school in Oskaloosa, who is f*f"g as dean for the training course. The classes will be at 7:15 pjn.. -,__. .,,,,_ each Tuesday for six weeks at 1 * 1 ***»» iwEMm Central Methodist church. Acting as teachers for the Sunday school teachers are Merne Hair- SOEORTTY MEET Xi Alpha Delta of Beta Sigma Phi met Monday evening with Mrs. ris of Chicago Evangelistic Instt- 1 Dale Humphrey Vef s tftmalng No. tute in University Park and Rer. 5 - Fourteen member* aaawsrad Duane Moon, pastor of College j roU c * u - Mrs. Charles Barnbouee. Avenue Friends church, who teach ' president, conducted the business a Bible study course; Wendell \ meeting and announced a Beta Slg Farr, dean at Penn college, who is i TM* convention a Council , teaching a class called "Under- ! Bluffs on May 18 and It. Stand- Dougall home at 807 A avenue standing Adults"; Carter Johnson. i m ff committee reports wer* given east were Rev and Mrs Earl | educational assistant at Central | end further plans mad* for th* Roadman of Reinbeck and Mr and! Methodist church, who is teaching i coming style show. I Mrs. Donald McDougall, Mr. and!* ctass for voatn workers; Veraj Th* traveling basket was pre- Mrs. Merton McDougall, and Her- i Robertson, primary teache* at sented to Mrs. Humphrey. John- B "-" -- - - - Ha Jones will be hostess on February 11. The cultural program was given by Mary Elizabeth Riffle on houa- McDougall, = ,, _ « , . , . bert Cotton all of Waterloo. They I Garfield elementary school, who came to spend the day with Mr. '$*» tt . e ctass fae teachers of chil- McDougall who has been ill for **·? »* primary and junior de- some tone. partments of Sunday school; and Hospital Notes Miss Lillian Balburn and Mrs. Cliff j ing, working conditions and inter* Powers, who are leading the jesting side trips she had taken teachers of pre-school age Sunday; while in California. Refreshments school pupils. i were served by the hostess. The course has'been approved! -:- -:- -:by the Mahaska County Mini; GINGHAM GIRLS MERCY I i Admissions: Miss Maxine O. Austin of Tracy; Dick Terpstra of Lynnville; Lester Vander Linden of Bella; Miss Karen Sue Harvey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. : James T. Harvey of 214 High ave- ; sue east. j j Dismissals: Thomas J. Dykstra, i sterial association. Quotes From The News Reg. DJS. Pat. Off. By CJflTBD PRESS WASHINGTON -- Rep. John J. STORK SHOWER The Gingham Girls club met Wednesday with Mrs. Louise Aeschliman near Rose HW for the regular meeting. A brief business session was followed by games and prizes were won by Mrs. Ruth Eveland and Mrs. Betty Junkins. Berle A. Speer of 1005 south j i Second street; Mrs. Claude A. Mil- ; ! ler of What Cheer; Mike V. Nich- j · ols of llSii High avenue west. y ° f Defense that A . surprise stork shower was for I tion's defense system: 'In my opinion; t!ss the national i Mrs. Aeschliman. ! FINK AND BLUE sfcfst | SHOWER COURTESY A pink and blue shower for ahalltown attended. Krs. Robert mace it. by the 18 FACCLTY PAOTT Penn college facility and staff ibers were entertained at a p«rty held Saturday evening at tn* home of th« Rev. and Mrs. Duane Moon. 910 north C street. The evening was spent in group . Singing anc various quiz games j planned by the entertainment committee. Refreshments war*' ·erred by the cosuc'tte* composed j of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Van Zuuk, I Bertha Supple*, Rev. and · Moon. Garold Short. 1957 Ford tudor. ·2-8997 George Walker, Oaka- ktoea, 1957 Oldamobile fordor. ·2-8999 Raymond Dick*rsoa. Oakalooaa. l»S7 Mercury tudor. -^*. VDTTL COVERS THE WORLD Vacuum -- formed from rigid vtoyi, a new relief map of th* world is another potentially larg* outlet for the fast-growing plas- Ue, reports Chemical Week. Lithographed n tea vivid colors, and Including nearly 8,000 plac* Mines, the maps are going into schoolrooms, executive offices and OSKALOOSA BAJLY ··Ml W.A, JM. 30, Ifl7 tl * WISHING WELL J8M I o p 3 E 1 U 4 It Tf C A A C s D L 3 D X w A A D 2 H 0 M 4 F « X V V i F ft T C L 4 A O i 8 i It W M S 4 N K 4 O 1, G B O s w C J s 4 T It r A T M F 3 K 2 · O I K i 8 7 £ 5 G 4 8 R Ik E O 4k i 6 X 2 L 5 M R 4 H 4 N 4 If 2 R S Y 3 S I 6 L 4 E 6 B R 4 F 'V L r 3* A JT s 7 o 3 R f W 4 S Mrs. Birth DAXNELS Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dannels of Oskaloosa route 3 are the parents of a son born Jan. 29 at Mahaska hospital. MATHES Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mathes' of Montezxuna are the parents of : a son born Jan. 29 at Mahaska j hospital. i NEUHAUS 1 Mr. and Mrs. Milford O. Neu-1 haus of Deep Paver are the parents of a daughter born Jan. 29. at Mercy hosoital. KLISARES j Mr. and Mrs. Don Klisares of! Peoria, HI., announce the birth of a son, Steven Craig, Jan. 29. The mother is the former Marilyn Hull, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.; link in our defense is the secre- ] A pink and blue shower for A. G. Hull of 909 south Ninth tary of defense, Mr. Wilson, j Mrs. Chester Currier was given street. Paternal grandparents ! Admissions- Edward Mfflede of whom * re S ard M totaDy unfit j Thursday night at the home of are Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klisares ! 0*atooS route 3- Mrs^^etti for "» posifiO11 ne nolds -" "»· Wmiam ^S 00 * * f 812 »=*» of Des Moines Rev. Wayne Hargrave, pastor of j Van Hal of New Sharon" route 3; ,, ,,,,__-, r~T7- ,, Nmth f *"* P ere Were 16 guests the First Evangelical Reformed j Robert Hannon of New Sharon; - 5 J *P°? A ' C ^ ~ Vrncent j present and three sent gifts who Carta describing how sound engi- were unable to be presnt. church of Oskaloosa, has accepted j Mrs. Floyd" Milledge of Fremont; a call from the First Evangelical j Mrs. Rex Jones of Rose Hill; Miss Roger Adams discovered the | Th gift table was centered with Reformed church of Maquoketa j and will start his new pastorate' Binns of 609 Fifth avenue I "meowing of a dying cat" coming j two storks carrying a doll in a BOGLE A daughter was born to Mr. and east- Robert Pollock of 1515 south Mrs. James Bogle of Rockford, TJL on Jan. 14. Mrs. Bogle is the for- i home ; diaper. Ribbon streamers from sraer Shirley Bowers of Eddyville. Mrst street. on Sunday, March 24. His resignation was accepted by the consistory of the local j of Oskaloosa route 3; Mrs. Daniel i church at a called meeting. Mrs. Porter Spain was a defective water meter: j their beaks were tied to each I "When we got to the meter jof the gifts and a spotlight was' Adams' e q u i p m e n t It i arranged to shine on the birds. The Maquoketa church congre-! I street; W. gation is more than twice the size | Montezuma. rf the one in Oskaloosa and Rev. j Hargrave becomes the fifth pastor : ys__ lias*! of the church in 65 years. j mllC vCdUf The Hargraves and their three; children, Larry. Laurel and Ricky,; will leave the March 24 week end ] the children can enter the Monday, ! Beadle and daughter of 610 south I *«nded better than a real cat j Mrs. Currier opened her gifts with ! ° i mB__._ .a,-.--*-- --. A. ^a__ A *. * : .*._ -- ___2_*__._... --m ·kn ·»· a * ^» P. Summon of EA Ml . _. _ J E|(| Dl9SlS BHO MFC They took out the meter, put hi a new one and the meowing stopped." BELGRADE -- Official Commu- the assistance of Miss Judy Allgood. Several games were played and refreshments were served by the hostess. · Automobile Licenses county motor i ' ALAMEDA. Calif (IB-- Weld- so the cnuoren c-- ---- - - = · *"» ~TM«" «-- Maquoketa schools "She 1 Rev. Hargrave has been !tanker «· S Jeanny, causing a, pastor of the local church three: ff 1 " * ex ? 1 ° s ° na «* ». **? ^nd a half years, serving as sup- j ttat , *®* TM" TM* «nd mjured | pTy castor whfle attendm| William nearl y f' * .f 0 ^^ ° T college and later Dubuque I Smpyards said Wednesday, university. He was ordained on last July 1. Previous pastorates included two Friends and two United Brethern churches. The spokesman said the fumes may have been trapped in a tank next to the boEer room of the New Mahaska nist Party newspaper "Borba", in- i -:- -:- -:- 1 vehicles licensed: j dicating that because of "hostile! SCOTT HOMEMAKERS I 62-8961 Henry Nibbelink, Pella, · and insulting" anti-Yugoslav feel-j HAVE SXACK LESSON i 1957 Chevrolet fordor. ; ! ing in the United States, Presi-! The Scott Homemakers met | 62-0083 Paul E. Hogendorn, Os-1 "^ I dent Tito wffl probably cancel his i Thursday at the home of Mrs. i kaloosa, 1956 Ford truck. ! ' Gerrit Van Zomeren near Leigh-; 62-0663 Green's, Oskaloosa, 1956 : ton. Chairman Mrs. Ike Herny^Ford pickup, was in charge and group singing 62-8965 Ray P. Hermes, Oska- was enjoyed. Roll call was an-; loosa, 1957 Dodge fordor. swered with books that have been I 62-8966 Harry Hewitt, Oska- ; read as a club project. i loosa, 1957 Plymouth fordor. Mrs. Gary Heyveld demon-! 62-8970 Thomas J. Bray, Oska- · petroleum fumes aboard the oil. forthcommg ' "*a»*l«A*" C! G T^«TI»* I *V **o*ie****v « I - _.- · « * · "It is becoming quite clear that the idea of President Tito's visit to the U.S.A. in such circumstances loses all sense for the Yugoslavs." OAKLAND. Calif.--Lee Kflpat- strated saucy as susans, j loosa, 1957 Oldsmobile fordor. interchurch council and a member j I rick, a Todd shipvard worker in-1 which were served as refresh- j 62-8967 Harold L, Gutter, Ot- u^cu e.,^^ ,,___. .10,000-ton ship, which waabemarij^,, ^ ^ ^^1^^ aboard theiments. She also told of a recent j tum^ra, 1957 Oldsmobile holiday He has been active in the local j readied for use in the iUd-uast; 4^^ j ea ,nny, recalling how the i lesson on snacks she has attended i sedan. · ioil cnsis. 'blast felt: j at the Farm Bureau rooms. Dele-1 62-8968 Sam Popofsky, Oska"It was like being bit In flie ! gates were chosen for the next · loosa, 1957 Ford fordor. face with a giant fist** I lesson on "Insects in the Home"! 62-8973 Newel G. Roth, Oska- I at the Farm Bureau in Feb. ! locsa, 1957 Mercury fordor. NEW YORK -- Actor Errol] The next meeting will be a] 62-8974 Frank Van Haaften, Flynn deciding to continue answer- j Valentine exchange Feb. 14 at the; Leighton, 1957 Chevrolet fordor. ing questions on the TV quiz pro- i home of Mrs. Howard Barnes. The; 52-8977 Ha M. Pearson, Rose gram, "The Big Surprise," which; lesson will be on school and j Hiil, 1957 Ford tudor. enabled him to increase his win- · health. assistant missioner of Boy Scouts in charge | of Cub Scouting. Rev. Hargrave was born raised in New Sharon. » | fire that followed the initial ex- j plosion." i Six of the dead were found hud- · died in a corner of the boiler ! room, their hideously charred Personal i ] bodies resembling the victims of I an atomic blast. The bodies of j three others were removed from i an adjacent hold. Many of the injured were in critical condition. They suffered nings to $20,000: Tin gambling, bnt then Pve alwavs been a gambler." ^. __ WET MAIL WATERTOWN, N. T. OB -- Post- 62-8980 Richard H. Thomas, Beacon, 1957 Pontiac coupe. GARDEN CLUB MAKES \ 62-8981 Donald L. Morgan, Os- VALEXTINE BOXES kaloosa, 1957 Buick tudor. The Garden department of the 62-8982 Riley E. Kindley, Oska- Oskaloosa Women's club wUl have; loosa, 1957 Ford tudor. the lesson on "Techniques of Tra- 52-8983 Carpenter Motors, Os. master William L. Farley has en-! ditional Flower Arrangements" kaloosa 1957 Pontiac fordor. Mrs Mary Ogden has returned tcrabto ^^2Sl^£ ta"°S! ^^ P 0 " 06 ·** » « *«"* to ! b y Mrs - HteeB Pettit at the regu- 62-8986 Raymond Binns, Oska- y a fromavis- were ne y ?^ °?-, y »v halt a mailing prank that has ru-!lar meeting Friday at 2 o.m at loosa, 1957 Ford fordor. .rom a vis ,_ of ^^00^^ oth«s toed numer ^ letters . Farley ^ ywc^! This wffl be ttTseo-1 62-8987 Fredrick L. Piper, Freso aaoly ournea that *«« j asked Watertown policemen to pre-i ond lesson in preparation for theJRont, 1957 Mercury tudor. the Irvin Albrechts at Douds. i^^g {amag from their faces Dinner guests Sunday at the arms." home of Mr. and Mrs. La Verne · The accident took place Tues- Lisk of Beacon were Mr. and Mrs. j day at 3:10 p.m. while nearly 250 Raich Boyd and children, Mike and j workmen were aboard. Jane, Miss Gwendolyn Ware of i · vent snuw. Ottunwa, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Waddeil and Mr. and Mrs. Ed USE HERALD WANT ADS TODAY! children from "mailing" May flower show. 52-8988 Motors Insurance Corp. The group will also work on : Dl". of General Motors, Oskaloosa, Valentine boxes to be given to pa- 155" Chevrolet club coupe. tients at the local convalescent 62-8989 Harold Doggett, Oska- Anyone who can come loosa, 1957 Chevrolet fordor. 62-8990 Homer E. Doggett, Os- REALLY A ROOT MEMPHIS, m--Allen T. Dobson j homes. started to pull up an okra stalk, 1 early is requested to come at" 11 but the root wouldn't budge. So he a.m. and bring a sack lunch. Cof- kaloosa, 1957 Mercury fordor. dug out the root--48 inches long.! fee will be furnished. Please bring i 62-8991 J. V. Zook, University · I. Exclusive Singer Slant Needle Represents the ultimate ta sewmg i«rf|ine design and styling. A product of Qte matchless sfeffl and engineering ability of Singer Craftsmen, the Stager Slant Needle Is an outstanding addition to our long line of unexcelled Sewing Machines. Oiling and Inspection of Any Portable Sewing Machines brought into our store Friday, Feb. 1. OPEN FRIDAY EYE. UNTIL 9:00 P.M. MARCELLA'S TALIARE SHOPPE 1201 High Ave W. Oskaioosa, Iowa Phone 3-6318 Over The Leader Store Sunstrum's will be Closed All Day Thursday Only for Inventory STORE FOR MEN ·BAD CLASSIFIED t»AUCS 1LTERE is a pleasant little gamt that will give you a message every * * day. 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