Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 18
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January 30, 1957

Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 18

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* 4 Wed., Jan. 30. if57 OSKALOOSA AAAY ;?-. MODERN, FUNCTIONAL KITCHEN is one of the features of the new educational wing of the First Presbyterian church. Designed to serve the sociai room adjacent to it, the kitchen has all new installations. Shown above is the serving area at left and th« disposal area in center. (Herald Photo) THE SOCIAL ROOM of the new education. ·I wing of the First Presbyterian church is pictured above. The room has a capacity of 250 for dinners and can be used for various meet- ings, receptions, and other social functions. At left can be seen the.sliding panels which can be used to set off four classrooms if they are needed. (Herald Photo) Presbyterian Church Dedicates New Educational Wing Thanksgiving took on added j frigerator, cabinets, etc. The ·ooMoi to tfa Instructor* (or UMM rlmr ·r* Mn. C. C. KHeh«a. Mn. Dtak Manatt, tad Mn. fcohwt Aft*rtL Colors 3Md to UM d*M rooms include Jumine 7«Uow, ovarry blue, lime yellow, w«dfevood blue and platinum. Other Sunday aebool instructors at the First Prwbyterian church are Mrs. Richard Bogardus, junior j high; Mr*. Charles Rich, senior ihigh; Mrs. Charles Glattly adult 'women; Mr. Tunu Vande- Wilt, i adult men; and Rev. West, young ·adult class. I Color coordinated asphalt tiling ; has been used for flooring the up- · stairs of the building. , The minister'* study is aituated in the southwest portion of the . second level and ia decorated in j mini green and white. New carpet- iing has been installed and new furnishings matching the color scheme will be added this year. I E» THE OKIGDCAL plans for j the church provisions were made jfor expansion of educational i facilities at a. future date. In 1953 an educational building fund was established making it possible for those so desiring to contribute. Gifts and pledges including a bequest of *40,000 from Elsa Crozier made construction of the educational wing possible. Harold Morgan served as finance committee chairman and ! Dr. Kenneth Lemon was chairman I of the building committee. Companies working on the struc- j ture were Savage and Ver Ploeg of ] Des Moines, architects; Brown I Plumbing of Oskaloosa, plumbing 1 installation; McKey-Fansher of j Oskaloosa, general contractor; j Meyers Plumbing and Sheet Metal . of Waterloo, heating; and Vanden Berg electrical company of Pella. electrical installation. Main speaker at the dedication | services in November was Dr. Gay' lord Coachman, president of Dubuque university. Dr. Couchman cited the needs for Christian education and stressed that it was "crucial in rebuilding a shattered world because it deals with the children and young people, as we!! as, adults, those of more tender years who are the builders of the future, the inheritors and makers of tomorrow." About 1,000 friends of the church attended the open house in the new wing following dedication ceremonies. Mrs. Larkin Martin and Mrs. J. R. McGregor, Jr. were open-house hostesses. The main church was buflt -in 1949 and 1950 at a cost of approximately $130,000 including ap~ jpointments and fixtures. -Oothle iure WM «r*ct«d oat of SHM and the sain* early them* to carried t»to th* tatartor j wife ito high truss o|Mk Umband roof and divided ctencoL Traditional lines of century old chorda : design are iAcorporattd ·» tbs inave. i The basement room of the mala church formerly wa* UMd as tte the present The first church wu constructed _-- --- *«» K53 *t » eos* of SM3S. Ths gawtan dapart- ^^^n^p increased until 18*1 a* tb* efcorcb's * tiw conerejatico deeidad to civet a new church. Tb* new I structure, which cost *fl*.T*.M , was completed to Novambar, IMS _ ehurcb of Oabatooaa WM orfaniaed! That buildin* was arid to the; l»5«-57. B* said en Fab, », IMS by Bar. Samuel! Grace Uitberan dwrcb in 1»M i buitt M* house* and th. Cowtaa. Tb* aricfaMl rMjUCitinn and members of tk* Frasbytertan j HOT* Jong hair. JskssVspBsBBM4»f *** A * P^^P-TM-^p^ asHl^DB Indfu ekicf MitdbaH Oaoqt* pr»- dictad a long; bard wtatar tar New in 1956 - - - Have Fun in Beacon in '57! Roller Skating 40x10S-R. FLOOR · ALL NEW SKATES OPEN TO PUBLIC Tues.-Wed.-Hmn.-Fri. Sat. Nights - 7:30 to 10 Open Wed. - Sat. Sun. Afternoons - 2 to 4 p.nt PARTY NIGHT ON MONDAY ADMISSION: 26c Uider 12 -- Adults 36c Rental She* Skates 26c ROLLERAMA RINK Beacon, Iowa Harry Gravitt, Owner Mqr. meaningr for mensbers of the First | By jg^ room fia, j^en decorated Presbyterian church last year as; jn JJE^-" y^now and flamingo and : eonstrucUon was completed on the I hag driftwood stained birch cup- i new 568,000 educational wing, i boards and aqua formica work! Dedication services for the addi-' tops. I tion were held on Nov. 24. The new wing to the church. The old kitchen located in the' main church building has been re- which is located at the corner of tained for use by small groups, south Third street and High ave- j TH£ SECO5fD IJSVEL ,3 de _ nue east, provides scnool rooms permanent church rest rooms, a totcnen, ana a social school room ^ ^ rQOJnS) a study ro ^! 1 " ... . , , , . ' and storage areas. Three of the : The split level structure has vermarie ^ class ^o^ ^ 914 ] been built in a semi-GotMc style ^ , 2 0 b ^ f ^3: matcning that or tne ongmal ^ e othefs M M ; bmlauig. It extencs westwara 68 21 f ^ and Q £ 9 f L « , feet from the ncrtnv, T esr comer of ; · the main church i The kindergarten room is the THE FIRST FLOOR of the ad-' 1rgeSt and iS 13Cated t tte dition houses the 32 by 60 foot social hall with a seating capacity of 250. The hall is used for numerous church functions including *J"" dinners, meetings, social gather- ola / Morgan ^ Mrs . charles olof . act'." end of the new structure. Along with the other rooms it is furnished with tables, chairs, desks, and other items needed for Sun- . -i| /i IK tag, etc. Light mahogany foidins: doors son are the kindergarten instructors. j New materials and furnishings I alons: the north wail are used to partition off four areas which can be converted into classrooms if for the classrooms will be obtained needed. The room has a green floor ^ y ear ' accordin sr to Rev. J. and rose and turquoise" '.vails. RUe " West ' P*sfcr of the church. The kitchen is one of the most THREE CLASS ROOMS are lo- modern and functionally designed cated along the north side of the : in Oskaioosa. Lees ted in the south- new wing and are separated by ; j west portion of. the new iving the sliding panels permitting indi- Wtchen offers a cleasant and ef- vidual or combined use. Two are ficient place for v.-ork. A speciai used for primary grades and the j serving area has been constructed third serves as the nursery. Pri- along %vith a dirty dish disposa! area- Carls housing the dishes and silverware are un'Jar the serv r ins :narv instructors are Mrs. Kenneth Lemon and Mrs. Wilbur Vande Xoord. Mrs. Frances Smith area penriUvlng essy access to the assisted by Pat Ray is in charge utensils. of the nursery. i The kitchen e.\~- has automatic Class rooms for the fourth ventiiatic-. f:-.-.:riscer.t lighting through the sixth grades are lo- over the servi-s- area, ar.d all ne'.v cated along the south side and installations ir.cluiir.:.- a stove, re- all are equipped with blackboards CLASSROOMS are located on the second floor of the educational wing and have been designed to meet all Sunday school requirements. Pictured above are one of the primary rooms in th« foreground and the nursery in the reap. These two rooms ·long with an educational primary room are separated by sliding panels permitting individual or joint use. 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