Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 44
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Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 44

Oskaloosa, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 30, 1957
Page 44
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« M W«J., Jan. 30. 1957 OSKALOOSA PAItY in THE ONLY NEW HOME COMPLETED University Park !as* year was the L. J. Osborn residence at 2112 Crosson avenue. The Osborns ·rected a basement home in 1955 and added fli* upper story during 1956. It is 26 by 44 feet in she. has all hardwood floors except for the kitchen and bath, has a picture window.- racing north off the living room, and features three bedrooms. (Herald Photo) AMONG THE NEW HOMES ERECTED on the Carbonado road (1518 J avenue east) during the past year w*s this 24 by 40 foot Tech- built house of Mr. and Mrs. \Valter Naylor. A pre-fabricated three bedroom affair, the * tru f- ture features a lot of window space, moveable closets, a redwood exterior finish, gas heat and air conditioning, and asphalt tile flooring. The southwest side of the lower level living area and the upper level living room are constructed almost completely of glass. (Herald Photo) THIS IS THE NEW HOME of Helene B. Smith located at NI2 B avenue east. It is 24 by 48 feet in size including a garage on the west end and a full basement. It is a two bed- room affair with birch trim and doors, carpet; 2fu .{ and hardwood flooring, ash paneling, and gas · heat. (Herald Photo} MR. AND MRS. WESLEY GEORGE built this split level home at 466 north Tenth street It has two general levels and two levels on each floor. Some of its features include a recreation room, three bedrooms, a den, a picture window facing east off the living room, mahogany built-ins, and gas heat. (Herald Photo) MR. AND MRS. RONALD C. ROHLPSEN built this new 26 by 30 foot frame home at 409 Fifteenth avenue east during the past summer. Featuring a partial stone front, it also has a picture window facing south off the living room, sliding doors on the closets, a carpeted living room, and a full basement. (Herald Photo) DOG -8H««rT~- OWNER ROCHESTER, N.Y. (IR--Joseph W. McGivera was shot by his dog while hunting. The dog accidentally stepped on a gun on the ground and discharged a bullet into McG»vci\u's right foot. fenld DeWtth Are AtM Among the new home* now under construction during the winter ·eason is the Mr. and Mrs. Gerald DeWitt residence a 202 Crosson avenue in Univeeity Park. It is a Place Home's "pre-cut conventional built 28 by 34 foot structure with three bedrooms, a large living room with a dining "If, a kitchen, a full bath, and a utility room In addition to » amount of storage and cloaH space. Features of the house include gas beat in the slab floor, tile and carpeted floors, a picture window facing north off the living room, white pine woodwork and trim, 'rirch doors, and a poured concrete iriveway. Erection of the structure was tarted early in January and it is ·xp*cted to be ready for occupancy by the micd of February. NOW! ft actually costs less to when you assign the fob to your Butler Builder and the BUTLER BUILDING SYSTEM h tuyi after the foundation is set, your Butler building is roofed. Butler Builders use the Butler Building System--a steel structural system mass-produced in sizes to cover any desired area. . Tv pGV lower engineering and structural cxnl *. Interior is finished sooner. All weight is on frame, allowing use of low-cost curtain walls, partitions. Better see us before you build. You'll be (lad you did! Walter A. Zlogor, Inc. P.O. Box 335 Ottumw* Dial MUrray 2-6830 C. D. HUTCHINS MOVED this frame home to Mabel street Jin the Greenview addition from along the South Skunk river near the Glendale road where it had been in use as a summer cottage. He completely remodeled the interior and reroofed and re- shingled the exterior. (Herald Photo) Art Wafters Now In New Residence THIS THREE-BEDROOM HOME, now owned ·nd occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Fount King at 1325 Ninth avenue east, is 28 by 71 feet in size including the double garage on the west side, it has a full basement, a combination living and 1 plans to erect another one trris j summer. j I The house consists of two bed- i rooms, a living room, a kitchen Mr and Mrs. Art Watters are j ^it* 1 steel built-ins." a full bath, now residing in their new 24 by 24 ! and "^P 16 *** space Watters is ... ... ,, . , - j r . ! . . ° - r I now TM the process of digging out dining room with the picture window^ facing ! foot irame nome in Beacon. , a basement ^^j. the structure. south off the living room, birch and white pine ; This is the second bouse thatj Some of its featurts include a trim and doors, and a partial Roman brick front. \ Watters has built in Beacon, in I picture window facing north off (Herald Photo) i addition to starting another which j the living room, hardwood floors, I he sold before completing, and I and a coal furnace. FREE Estimate' WE'RE HAPPY OUR HOUSE IS WARM AND SO COMFORTABLE NATURALLY, We Heat With COAL GAS - OIL ARMSTRONG AUTOMATIC ECONOMICAL HEATING INSTALLATION-REPAIRS A modern, efficient heating system is a vital factor in preparing your home for cold weather. Call us for all types of installation and repair. Sfieet Metal Work Guffers-Drains-Spouting Special Orders Dial 3-4313 for Service VOGT HEATING 409 First Ave. W. Oskaloosa NEWSPAPER! Harry White's Real Estate Service "Your Independent and Dependable Real Estate Dealer" Specializing In Real Estate Business. Exchanges A Specialty. No Difference Where located. Trade what you have for what you want. Check the if ems in which you are interested and mail to the undersigned. No obligation on your part. We are interested in: ( ) Selling A Farm ( ) Buying A Farm ( ) Making An Exchange ( ) Buying A Home ( ) Selling Property ( ) Other Real Estate ( ) Business Opportunities ( ) Selling - Buying - Exchanging Merchandise ( ) Farm Loans - No Commissions or Appraisal Fee - Other Added Features. Name Address Harry White Realty 1091 High Ave. W. Oskaloosa Phone 3-4798

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