Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 68
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January 30, 1957

Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 68

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* 14 W.J.. J.n. 10, OSKALOOSA MM.T llftAtD New Library Addition , Completed At Central PELLA, (Special) -- As progress As the new year began, further *nd achievement are the agents evidence of progress could be which the public looks for in in- {ound on centra^, campus con- dustry, so it must also be in edu- lracfcs w ^ e ut ^ December to cation. Looking at Central college, ^^j coj^tnjct^^ * a new' din- both elements are to be found in room and an additlOB to Gra . the events of the past year hala j,^ Since pfcjsical structure* are the The mcreased dormitory facili- most visible marks of progress and Ues ^ provide fcousing for an achievement, Central can shew aUdjt , onaJ 48 young women and these things in the form of a new accommodatlons for guests of the 1200,000 library addition waica has co , lege . Th e a^^g ^m ^u be just been completed, and in the e u ed to ^^ ^^ cafetena mea is to the equ pped to ^^ ^ * "f amUy . st y le » « - . . * »v. *** tee f"" 31 * roora «*» ** addiUonal dormitory space are EeQeG to m * tjle neeas * »· breaking of ground for a dir^ig room and an addition to Grahar". ball, the girls' dorr~i*orv, which will cost a minimum of 5375,000. The ultra-modem library structure fulfills toe college's need for adequate space to bouse the books creasing enrollments. presently on hand, for space to HONORS CAME to Central's handle additional books which \iil! campus on several occasions dur-' be purchased, for pleasant and wg the year. Early in the fall the well-lighted study areas, and for State of Iowa requested that Cen- rrmak Baaoins;, proprietor. *«at *U*9 machines an tatcmatte. The b a l l « i n f tt JWiiWMl MUt · JMck ·** awi alM eontorUbtt spectator seats. snack bar. as weU «s meets. additional classroom space. tral's all-brass marching band The old library building could perform at the Des Moines airport handle ony 30,000 voumes and for President Dwight D. Eisen- these in an inadequate number, hower during his Iowa visit. The new umt will perm:t the col- Attention was further placed on lege to maintain a library of 65,000 Central during the political cam- Tolumes. pa;gn by a student-sponsored IN ORDER to match the gener- "Politics on Campus Day," the al design of the Student Union, first of its kind to be held at Cen- which was built in 1954, the new tral. It included a parade, a po- library wing was constructed with litical rally featured noted speak- the same materials as the Union. ers of both major political parties. The old section of the library and a mock election. has been refaced to match the new Central was still further honored wing, and the old arched windows by the football team, which won have been removed and replaced undisputed title to the Iowa con- by windows of modern design. ference championship. Also during The exterior of both the old and the football season. Central's star new wings of the library have been halfback, LaVern Boelkens, set a' trimmed with sz: overhanging roof new school record for football of redwood to further blend with scoring against conference oppo- the design of the Union building. ] nents by collecting 65 points. .; CENTRAL COLLEGE'S new library addition presents this view as one looks into the reading room from tht lobby. All the book shelves had not y*t been filled when this picture was taken. The building it to be dedicated in a ceremony Thursday morning. (Central College Photo) Nat'l Guard Armory Hearing Completion North Of Knoxviile (By Mrs. Iva Roorda) KNOXVILLE (Special) -- A new National Guard armory to house Company A a* Knoxviile is expected to be completed by early spring, depending on the weather, according to officials of Company A. The building is constructed oi | double walls of bnck and cement blocks and is located about one- j half mile northwest of Knoxviile PROPER PLANNING NOW WILL MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE AT HARVEST TIME MRS. IRYCE MACY of Sully, shown calling one of her friends over her dial telephone, ii one of the 500 Sully telephone subscribers who were made happy last summer when the antiquated, "Number, Please" system passed out of the picture and was replaced by the modernized dial exchange. (Herald Photo) on Highway 14. j space, leaving a center floor 58 It faces the west, with overall di- feet wide and 120 feet long for menaions of 148 feet In length and ^"^ purpose*. 125 feet in width, and is on a five! __ _ _. . ,, acre plot of ground. OoMttwlNw Bowling Alley tion is by the Apker Firm of NOW In Operation ' This Year, Order RIVERSIDE BRAND SEEDS will occupy front of the building, a supply room and vault are in the northwest corner, and one large room with collapsible door will be used for a small arms rang*. A library and locker room will be located in the southwest corner. Rest rooms, boiler room and kitchen, and three class room* take up the remainder of the (By Mrs. lira Boorda) KNOXVTELLE (Special)--Knox- as had a new modern bowling alley in operation since late in the summer. It is located on the east edge I of Knoxviile along Highway 92, 'in the building formerly occupied j by the Williams and Fast Motor j companies and now owned by Central States Shorthorn Breeders Association SHOW SALE OSKALOOSA-FRIDAY, APRIL 19th Herds b IOWA IIISSOUU ILLINOIS Albert Stewart--KOM; Hill, Pres. Loyd Burr--Lone Tree, Vice Pies. Albert Jones--Granger, M». B. K. Owens Homestead Jim Bray--Oskaloosa DIRECTORS Waltma* SOlier--Granger, Me. K. G. Bell--Farm!*gto» Tear RobiMos _ Majnavllle Merae A»d«r*o»--Victor Robert Haaaa--New Sharon, See. The Sale where 4-H Boy or Girl can secure the best kind of project for '57. A pure bred heifer good enough for foundation stock for their own herd. A number of the good herds in Iowa were started in this way. Recently the directors voted to urge breeders of Polled Shorthorns to consign to the Central State Sale. If Polled Breeders are interested in consigning the sale will be advertised as a Shorthorn, Polled Shorthorn Sale. Breeders of either type of cattle wishing to consign to the April 19th, sale please contact the sale manager as soon as possible. MERNE ANDERSON SALE MGR. VICTOR, IOWA The Ydiie of the Seed Is Determined By the Crop it Produces! RESULTS for the labor and time spent is what every farmer is interested in. That is why more and more smart farmers are buying RIVERSIDE BRAXD SEEDS, than ever before. You may be assured of results in bumper crops when you insist on RIVERSIDE BRAXD SEEDS, while placing your order for spring planting. j'-\ Get Ready foi the Busy Season ORDER EARLY- ORDER RIVERSIDE BRAND SEEDS There is a RIVERSIDE BRAXD SEED DEALER near you. Ask him to reserve your seed for the planting season. AcceDt no substitutes. RIVERSIDE BRAXD SEEDS are sold by leading seed dealers throughout the state of Iowa. The LYNNVILLE SEED CO. PHONE 2220 - LYNNVILLE, IA. " B E T T E R SEED FOR BETTER CROP Save Time! Save Money! Shop at the HOME KILLED BEEF CORN FED Completely Processed - Ready for Your Freezer HIND QUARTERS FRONT QUARTERS HALF CARCAS Home Rendered Lard or Whole Hogs NOTICE I have sold the Leighton Locker Service to Mr. John Roozeboom of Leighton and wish to thank all of my friends and customers for their past patronage. I hope that everyone will give Mr* Roozeboom the same fine cooperation which has been shown me these past years. Thank You Frank Van Haaften Son It's Only A Short Drive To Leighton - - You'll Save $ $ $ LEIGHTON PHONE MA 6-3211 L O C K E R SERVICE John W. Roozeboom

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