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, 7, j *.*Â«*** ii LOCATfO OM HIGHWAY 43 ABOUT two miles north of Oskaloosa is this new home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Bohnsack. It is 34 by 62 feet in size including a breezeway and double K rage on the north end. Some of ih features include bottle gas at, carpet and tile floors, an "L" shaped living room and dining eree measuring 15 by 28 feet et the extremes. Â»^picture window facing west off the living room end another feeing e**t ~u *k~ J:~:~** ra .* =.Â» U:,,L *.:_ *uJ Am*** *Â»*Â·Â«Â·Â·* tÂ»r HI Â·hut f _ . . m lovni Â«IIM Mnwinvii mn^ w-- off the diningarea, all birch trim end doors except for web** paneling in the entry way and above the 15 foot wide fireplace in the living room, and a brick exterior finish. (Hereld Photo I BAItY HPALP Jen. 30, 1957 33 Â« Wdb Hone flmtards completing a home on ---- Â·* comer o Ninth ave- M* eeet and the Burlington rood CM Mr. *M1 Mr*. Vemon Well*. Â· by M foot structure is emthreÂ« level* with gas flooring, and a pi C lacing nortn off the Itvinej roam. The bottom level contains a fetreatina room while the middle the kitchen and bring and the upper level has tiiree end a full bath. HBNBltt* DtPEOVEMENT Ctrl V. Hensyel has enclosed a one of his apartments at Fourth avenue west. Tne en- U 8 by 12 jÂ«et m size. THIS 2t 1Y SO FOOT STtUCTUM is the new home) of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Howard et | 145 Highland avenue. This measurement includes an attached garage on the east side. Features include a picture window facing north off the 'living roam, Â· fireplace in the living .room which has one end finished in Philippine mahogany with panels, bookcases, etc., en automatic kitchen, carpeted floors except for the kitchen end two baths, and a terrace opening off the base* ment in the rear. (Herald Photo) THIS IS THE RALPH KRUGER HOME located on Park avenue in Oskaloosa. It is along the line of a semi-split level house with a basement level and a main level with a powder room on * third level between the other two. There are 1 1 large windows in the living room, a fireplace in the living room with a barbecue on the kitchen side of the same wall, the exterior is covered_with brick and red cedar siding, the trim is mahogany, and the living room is paneled with mahogany. Other features include open beam structure, a rumpus room in the basement, and three bedrooms. (Herald Photo) LOCATED IN THE SOLAR PARK addition just north of A Â·venue east extension, this is the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Oky Goodman. It is 28 by 54 feet in size including a two ear garage on the east side and a full basement. It has three bedrooms, a Roman brick fireplace in the living room, a picture window of. the living room facing north and another off the dining roorr facing south, carpeted 'loors in the living and dining room*, a patio at the rear, and a partial brick front. (Herald'Photo! Soldier's Relief Means More Than Money To Many Mahaska Veterans Sometime ago a veteran from *n adjoining county was injured here and sent to a local hospital because of inadequate facilities at the veterans' hospital in Des Koines. This family lived some ten miles from the county seat In their own county and were existing on soldier's relief. "Existing" could scarcely describe their life. They were residing to a cheap hut-Uke house, $10 per month rent, and trying to get along on starvation diets. AFXEB J.'HE VEXEBAN was hospitalized his wife--who was a registered nurse and could find no employment in their small community--drew the attention of local hospital authorities. On their j recommendation to the local Sol- .diers' Relief commission, that of- ifice was able to obtain credit for Â· her at the bank. She and her three children moved here; and | she accepted a nursing position, j With just a minimum of finan- jcial assistance, but much more in personal interest in rehabilitation of the family, she was soon abl ! to take over all-the expenses o ithe family and build for them i 'good home. | Dispensing of groceries, reni and medical assistance to vster ana and their dependants is ths chief assignment for the Mahaska county Soldiers' Relief office. But under the direction of its commission, headed by D S Barr and assisted fay Art Garlard and Shelton Bums, a nersor- mte-sst is taken in each and ery needy , veterans' case Th ocal office is headed by Hollis Oroweil, executive secretary. ALLOTMENTS FOB wrplne ood commodities are also handled i^-Gugh this office. Crowefl resorts that during the year 1958 he following amounts wen disributed: Butter, 19,863; cheese, 15,577; owdered milk. 7,231; lard, 10,572; oeans, 10,266; rice, 10,734; flour, 44070; cornmeaL 27,735; asl canned pork and gravy, 5,097. All of the above figures are in poundage amounts. GOOD today* BETTER tomorrow -OSKALOOSA OUR FIRST YEAR G E N E R A L As Your Certified E L E C T R I C HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING Dealer In OSKALOOSA We are proud of our record of progress, since our affiliation witK General Electric as your heating and air-conditioning dealer. The experience and expert service of the Shaw organization combined with the famous General Electric quality has been well accepted. As many of you have found out by experience we are equipped to bring you the ultimate in HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING comfort and dependability. SHAW HEATING 418 North L OSKALOOSA Phone 3-5316 Our 37th Year Assets Increased To Nearly 5 Million Dollars Reach New All-Time High of $4,7 14,570.68 Assets of our Â«$soc"Â«Hon reached *n all time higH on December 31 of this year. Increases were i^own in every department -- di-ect reduction loans -savings accounts eici o i! -Â«rs. Dividends showed an i-ereose of $7,827.36 with the total dividend dis" ; bjtion being $1 18,687.60. For this we say "thanks" to our many friends and Oska oosa Home Loan and Savings Association Home Loan Assets At $4,711570.68; Gain Is $330,757.42 The Oskaloosa Home Loan A Savings association asset* climbed to $4,714,570.68 on Dec. M, 195S, up $330,757.42 from the 1959 total according to the report by Robert DeCook, executive vice president and manager, at the 3Sth annual stockholders meeting at the association home Monday afternoon. Stock on savings totaled $4,098,492.83, a gain of $297,165.16 including 152 new accounts the put year; investments reached $165,000 for a gam of $135,000; $34,000 waa added to the reserves which include $314,734.07 in the-contingent reserve fund and $111,987.21 to undivided profits; dividends distributed amounted to $118,867.60, up $7,827.36 last year. Direct reduction loan* gained $350,54046 to reach the $2,858,22332. Mortgage accounts by counties served by the Oskalooaa association were as follows: 1,036 in MahaSiCa county, 75 in Monroe, 49 m Poweshiek. 38 in Wapello, 87 in Keokvi, and 50 in Marion ic- a total of 1,335. H P- Stitely was re-elected M a d;-Â°"~or for the term expiring ta loC'. while Dr. Walter Campbell, wi-o tilled out the unexpired term of tne lata L A. Garland, =nd FbJl Biackrord, who will succeed the late C. M. Porter on the board, were elected to terms expiring ta 159. Carl Johnson of the Johnson Abstract Co. and member of OÂ» board for 35 years, recently wa* elected president to fin the Â»Â»- car.cy caused by Mr. Porter'* deatk Other members of the board are Forrest WbiUatch, Manon Sedrel and Mr. DeCook. Jaxie Robertson is secretary.