Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 41
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Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 41

Oskaloosa, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 30, 1957
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· · » ' -"F THIS IS THE "L" SHAPED homt of Mr. and Mrs. Harold U. Slack at 305 north Third street. Measuring 48 by 50 feet at the extremes, it has · full basement, a garage on the south side, three bedrooms, a three foot overhang around the building, a partial briek front, a gas baseboard heating and cooling system, birch trim and doors, and the whole west rear side is glass. (Herald Photo) boards, antiqued k electric _ the intu uarlaw, U-shaped help to ·U cupboard cated under the ·rein the wall of bamboo is ueed t» Dining area and thy Furniture in the -is of French proriariail {made of fruitwoodL 'only color in the room I I wood. A few touchea « | used in the adjoining ! UN THE BASEMENT that* *· MSB and The slope of the lot »«ajr ««· the street made it poaeihle to »- irtlt wnUKlW" ···» »id the floors, did ·uch as putting on wood- and hanging doors, and did, ·ft ef the painting. I H**P«ng with the project were! » rarkers' children, Dick, a' at lo\va State college at, BUI, a sophomore at Penn j ;e; Joan, a senior at Oska- i high school, and Kancy. a ! in nurses' training at St.! hospital, Ottumwa. j JO. IfST heated The corridor-atyfe kitchen hai a ..,. ttattmf tttat m stainlea* steel atnk. rtove and The hou * e *·" * walla of pale ^"i"*. red and cray · room ^^ * picture window. · floor of plastic tile aad red dining room with · picture wiar formica counter top*. There is a Jow three bedrooma. · large kitchen, and a bathroom pta* the comfortable baaement. where the family lived for a year before the house waa completed. A double garage and breezeway are ached- large eating area in the kitchen street. £ * Cin * *"· Most of the light fixtures in the bouse are installed Hush with the ceiling. The to be added to the bouse a hot- ««nm«- The living room walla painted rose, with draperies room awel *» *** regular length · door at ground family room. Mr. Howard is preatdeBt «* Mahaska State bank. Their children are Russell Howard. Jr~ « .Oskaloosa, Mrs. Ralph Hibta * JMedford, Ore., and Mr*. C* 1 * 6 ?** iWestfaU of West Bethlehem. P*THE HAROLD FABW6B* 6U much of the work in bttttdtaj their new aome. with oomiartiBd double garage, at 13« QarbQMd* road. MJ. Parker U · oemattt LOCATED AT 117 NORTH H street, this is the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cameron which was completed early last spring. It is 24 by 30 feet in size with a full basement and has white pine trim, birch doors, ample closet space and built-ins, gas heat, and a picture window facing east off the living room. (Herald Photo) room reaches to a height oi ten feet at one edge oi the room. The hearts ior Unj lireplace i« made of piece* oi marble from the oW builii2g OI - ^ .\iaaaska State bank. The entire east *iie of the U\ing r«.- and the adjoining dining alcove are ot window* topped -Aiih a combination vaiance and trough : 0 hoio iixmres for indirect i--hur.g. A door in the middle of lie v. ali oi widows onto a pav^i terrace area. Built-in storage areas include a coat closet near ih e entrance hall, · chin* closet la the duur.g alcove, m place for coa- s a : the back entry, large closets := each of the bedrooms, a couster in the ba'h- With shelves -^^ T ··- j^ d tabte. through an tk* wkita. There hardwood flours in all of the the kitchen and ·MOXTX PINE paneilin* ia the baaement. booth such aa have been installed in the recra* aim room in the basement. A counter a*d · is found in caiea j rBOUWCSS toward more lovely, '· modern homes for Oskalooaa i* the room of brown and tan leaf ^ shown by all of the new home*, design accented with · gold silent light switches, new thread. The kitchen has black and j teriala, perimeter heating, bright Paraqueet green and rust i white asphalt tile on the floor j caj outlets every few feet, extra for their room, aad the master · with gray and yellow aa the color; outlets for telephone service, ex- bedroom is done in sand and yel- . scheme of the room. j haust fans in the kitchen, air-con- low - j All of the bedrooms have large ditioning and picture windows an Colors in the bathroom are wine j closets with sliding doors. There show that the people of the town and pale yellow, it has a built-in; are low shelves in the closets in; are making "progress" as they are dressing table and sliding glass j the children's rooms designed to doing a "heap o' livin'" to make doors enclosing the bathtub. 'j hold toys. Debby and Rex share a. \ their bouses iito honie$. Good use has been made of the ' room with bright turquoise walls) ^ __. basement area of the house. Dick's and cafe curtains of brown, tan j SEDREL ADDITION bedroom is there, plus a recreation , and turquoise. Gregg's room has j Mr. and Mrs. M. ? Sedre! have room, a darkroom, a utility room i Ume walls and brown and tan cafe | constructed a 2o"bi" 24 foot addi- ; and a bathroom. j curtains. The master bedrwm has ti On to their home "on" south Elevi THE OSBORXS and their three' chartreuse bedspread, cafe cur- · enth extensioa La t^e Waveland ' small children, Debby, 4; Rex, 3. · tains and sandalwood wails. j addition. The addition, which was i and Gregg, 1, are enjoying their j The bathroom has glazed tile | completed to match the exterior of i new red house on a hill in Univer- j wainscotting of a rose coral, tur-! the rest of the house, includes two I sity Park. The couple did much quoise walls and asphalt tile' bedrooms and baths ,·,-;-.:-. al! r.ew ; of the work on the house them- \ floors. Fixtures are of a light coral' fixtures. The becrceras cave hard* : selves. ! tone. The room has a linen closet. wood flooring. -s. fcfc- «·- ·* ONE OF THE FEW TWO STORY HOMES erected in Oskaloosa during the past year is the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Kelderman at 1214 north Market street. Measuring 28 by 32 feet In six*, it has two bedrooms on the second floor in addition to another two on tha ground floor. It features a stone front, gas heat, hardwood floors, birch built-ins, and a picture window facing west off the living room. (Herald Photo) FINISHED DURING THE PAST year was the home of Mr- and Mrs. John Mulvihill, Jr., at 115 Eleventh avenue east. The Mulvihills erected a basement home five years ago and completed the upper floor last summer. It is 28 by 40 feet In size with two large bedrooms, white pine trim, birch doors, gas heat, built-ins in the kitchen, and hardwood and tile flooring. (Herald Photo) K m AT 1110 FOURTH AVENUE EAST is this full basement, three bedrooms, gas heat, birch1 new residence of Mr. and Mrs. George La- buiit-ins, a partial brick veneer front, hardwood ! Valley. Measuring 24 by 42 feet in size plus a floors, and a picture window facing north off 12 by 22 foot garage on the east side, it has a the living room. (Herald Photo) "*N x ^V^\ ^ WE ARE PROUD to have had our Red Rugg Face Brick selected for this fine Suilding W* feel highly complimented and Oskaloosa U most fortunate to have such a fin* building to house its sports events and convocations. BUILD WITH BRICK · B E A U T Y · PERMANENCE · ECONOMY Beautiful colors that never fade. Permanent walls to last for a lifetime. Economical construction compared with other building materials. These are just a few of the many factors favorable to clay products construction. Best of all when you select Oskaloosa-made brick, you follow the decisions and selections of architects and builders throughout the middle west. A wide variety of colors and textures are available. Fine Clav Products for Generations Oskaloosa Clay Products Co. / " THIRD AVENUE E, DIAL OR 3-3415 MR. AND MRS. JOHN SCHWAB erected this new 24 by 26 foot frame home in Beacon. This structure was started in 1955 and finished during the past summer. It has a 12 by 26 foot livinq room with other features including bottle ' gas heat, complete insulation, and hardwood and tile flooring. It is now occupied by the Bill Baltimore family. (Herald Photo) , JWSPAPERl iWSPAPERI

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