Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 71
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Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 71

Oskaloosa, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 30, 1957
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^·AAH ^^MB floor win laid before services will be in the auditorium. Until that tune, services are being conducted at the parsonage. The church building, which for many years was located two miles north of Fremont, was more£ onto a lot in the northwest part of Fremont last ApnL Its present location was formerly the sit* of the Christian church. OSKALOOSA DART IIBULt W*., JM. M, Iftf 109 PUPILS now are attending the newly-constructed St. Anthony Catholic school in Knoxville. The school building was dedicated ·nd blessed last Nov. 4 in * solemn ceremony St. Anthony Catholic School At KnoxviHe Has Over 100 Pupils (Bv Mrs. Iva Roorda) KNOXVILLE (Special)--SL Anthony's Catholic grade school was built in Knoxville during the past year at a construction cost of *65,000. The school is located OB Iowa street, just south of Pleasant street. It was built during the summer and. although the building is not quite finished, classes were started at the regular fall opening tune. officiated by The Most Reverend Ralph L Hayes, Bishop of Davenport. The school is staffed by the School Sisters of Notre Da me. (Photo by Helen Sutherland) HATCHEKY ADDITION KNOXVILLE (Special) -- The; ' Van Gmkel hatcher at ftl* West · Pleasant street in Knoxville has, a new 41x45-foot addition of ce- · ·ment block with bnck front and eled, and the doors were widened. A new freezer, refrigerator and steam food warmer were purchased for the kitchen. Lunch tables and benches were added. The gymnasium was newly painted, and some new equipment was added. The roof of the building was newlv surfaced. TM structure with four large rooms, lovely ulterior in pastel colors,, modern desks and tables, and mod- j gjTM 3 ^ ern lighting. iawo Lyle P. Howard of Ottumwa was the architect. Robert Boatman of Bloomfield was the era! contractor, w h i l e Sacco Plumbing and Heating of Centerville and the Marion County Electric Co. installed the utilities. OVER 100 students attend the school from Knoxville and nearby districts. Grades are from the first to eighth inclusive. Sister Mary Otto is in charge of the school. There are two Other teachers. Rev. Paul Albers Is pastor of St. Anthony's church nursing home are afforded great pleasure as they watch the children on the playground and see them coming to school and returning home. Webster*School Gets Thorough Refurbishing (By Mrs. Roy Sorden) WEBSTER, (Special)--Although no physical changes have come to the Webster school as a result of severali LEIGHTON, (Special) -- John been made to'w. Roozeboom, who previously has budding and equipment as a' been farming north of Leightoii. of natural needs. ! has purchased the Leighton Locker former Webster school dis- 1 Service plant from Frank and Ala part of the English ivin Van Haaften. The new owner district, which i took possession Jan. 1. the former North! The locker plant business in English and Kinross I Leighton was started five years reorganization be- ago by the Van Haaftens. In 1955 i an addition was built onto the HOLIDAY MOTEL, owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Keith Schrader, appear prominently in the line of three new ·mem. OIOCK wnm once, ironi. ·«« . , , i - , r , V_ . ' 7 , , . , »c" large glass windows. New incuba- business establisnments :hat sprang up s.-oe by SI de. along ! tors have been installed as SJ» ad- Highway 72 |ust oeyonc the east city limits of Slgourney. during the past year. In *he center of the group is Giiberf's cafe, which is leased by Gilbert Estes, former proprietor of Town Hens* cafe in west Sigourney. And at the east end of the group is * Texaco service station being operated by Earl Bensmiller. Owner of the cafe and service station is C. O. Schlunz o x Ottumwa. steo m modernization. »" J John W. Roozeboom Purchases Leighton "icame effective last July. ] an addition SCn ~' However, no bond issue has yet]souto side of been approved for building a new! The business includes slaughter- high school and therefore the high TMS. processing and curing meat schools and grade schools in the rendering of lard, manufacture of four towns are the same as before' bologna, and the renting of meat _ _ , 1n*l?f*T-cE i tion, except for being «ci.ers. , . . . « . ' Roozeboom is married to the' | former dance Rempe, and they j have two children, Mary Ann 6, j At the Webster school during j*"** Mar '- 3 1956, improvements were made on the school grounds and Softball diamond, new fencing was put up, Mld * Build Edifice " EhB SL Anthony's school building, a i A new school bus was added to| (By Mrs. Millard Bianchard) former large residential structure those already In use. \ FREMONT (Special) -- Mam- known as the old Sniff home, was | The interior of the school build- b ers of the Nazarene church of moved across the street east from' ing was all newly decorated and Fremont and the church pastor, the school on Iowa street and was, remodeled. New seats were in- Rev. Norbert Fischer, have been purchased by William DeJong for, stalled in all the classrooms, and making steady headway in their · a nursing home. 'new teachers' desks also were pur- project of improving the church IT WAS remodeled and conver- chased. New stage curtains, a tele- building. j ted into a modern building. It has vision set and accordion-pleated A new waH under the church ( an exterior of brick facing and doors to split tide assembly room,has been completed, and an entry' large windows which look out on were added. ! way at the front of the church is | the school playground. Thus the elder residents of the The lunch and home economics, nearly complete. room was refurnished and remod-j Redecoration of the church and LACEY HAS ACQUIRED this $40,000 two- story addition to its school building since May 10 of the past year, when residents of the Lacey Consolidated district approved its construction by a 139-41, or 76.8 percent, favorable vote in a special election. Overall dimensions are 40 by 54 feet. The addition's first floor consists of a dining hall, kitchen, locker rooms and storage space, while the second floor has two classrooms, a rest room and hallway. (Herald Photo) REPLACING the oil station that burned out Frank of Oskaloosa, Home Oil Co. manager, had a little over a year ago at Barnes City is this built for the station manager, Carl Lester, nev/ and modern Texaco station that Howard (Herald Photo) THORNBURG'S prospects of a definitely progressive step rose with the recent sale of the above-pictured building by Walter Draegert, and implement business. (Herald Photo) former Thornburg grocer, to D. O. Robinson of What Cheer, whose plans for the building are part of a general expansion program in his auto 1956 Was Our Biggest Year Of Milky Way Paid 180,000 To Milk Producers This Year Since 1950, our first year in business, we have steadily expanded and this year we have paid over $180,000 to milk producers. We offer a wide variety of dairy products, such as milk in one-quart and two-quart bottles and cartons, cream, butter, buttermilk, cottage cheese, ice cream, sherbet, orange drink and the new low-calorie frozen dessert. Trucks deliver to Beacon, University Park, Cedar, Fremont, Rose Hill, Sigourney, New Sharon, Oskaloosa and What Cheer. MILKING TIME FOR JERSEYS in the Her- production is sold to the Milky Way. (Herald bert Hoover barn. All of the herd's grade-A milk Photo) OSKALOOSA'S ONLY MODERN ALL-AMERICA CITY Milky Way Expands With Low-Calorie Frozen Dessert HOME-OWNED DAIRY of dairy products is an expanding business for the Milky v, ay organization. More than'siC^OOO win be paid its milk proGu"---s this year. In Asnl Milky Way added to its Dr-j-icts a low-calone frozen desser-, chocolate and ·varulia flavors. Sold in half-gallons or^y, the cc--?any haa retaJed S,Ct-0 cartoio ~J3 date. Ottie' 1 dairy products made from. Grade A milk include cream, cutter, D_:termilk, cottage cfcee-e, ice cream, sherbet, and IT. ./·: drinks The company's tr-c-s serve Oskaloosa, Beacon, Un^.-~- aty Park, Cedar, Fremont, R r =a Hill, S gc**rney and New Shan.-. Haracer Clyde Loupee repo-*; that 24 are now employed by i t plant a"i two additional gins, : ~ a tota. of eight, will serve c^-- tomers at the dairy bar this s-^~- mer. Air.ual payroll has pass the S60 uOO mark, Earlier this year Milky Wa" added another milk cooler, iS-J feet, wnich will have approxi-- at-- ly a 2,0t'0-gallon capacity storage. Loupee expressed the fe= ~£ that June would be one or tr^ most successful dairy months ~ record "There has already b^ a noticeable increase in the c'~- sumption of milk this month, e says, "and we want to birld ' s consumption to where more r*'- ple than ever are receiving- *··- health benefits which only n_ can give." Hove You Tried Milky Way? One of our trucks pass you d^cr Why not call u* now and have him stop at yo-~ nouse. Our route men carrj a complete hre -- '-*'"'' ous dairy fooas. Milky Wa .c also sold at a 1 '_ v e leading grocery stores. "By Taste and Test -- Ifs Proven Best" MILKY WAY DAIRY 1308 A Ave. E. Phone 3-6681

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