Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 72
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Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 72

Oskaloosa, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 30, 1957
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'·"I - Wtd.. Jan. 30, 1957 _ Peb's Sunset View AddHkn ExpanAig {By Betty De Kock) PELLA. (Special) -- Sunset View addition, one of Pella s new- OSXALOOSA DAM. Y est subdivisions of new home*, jhM continued to expand during the' past year, following its initial spurt of growth through 1955. i Homes that are under construction at the present tune are those of Marvin Tysseling, Gerald Diele- nian, Peter Van Engelhoven and in fiunaet View addU ttaa tliat ha»« been completed are tfeee* ol Marion Oe Zwarte, Orate £te Bruin, Al Beyer, Walt Roarda, Leonard Goaaelink, Dr. B. L. Filkkema, Cheater Zylstra, John Engber», De Baan and Stanley Borgman. Of Port Year IB fl- the year for tfce Delta enuunity was seen ia tae netontta work on the tos- ____ torie covered bridge south of town. DELTA (Special)-- Throughout T^* O*Ka Uoae dub and the D*l- 1«6«, the mala talk or eoacera of u Womaa's dub each played a Delta reaideats waa the tacreaa- »»« part In tail project. ahortate of water, due to the t LAST JUNE the Woman's club drouth. members cooperated with the Tfeea, oa Jan. 3, -1457, IB a .p,. county June Dairy Month commit- daj election the residents of the tee holdinr a Delta Dairy Day, community voted favorably for a'the Brat such eveat t* be held net* or m KeoMk emoty. Money raised at this event waa fivea to the Lione club to help pay for re- pain made OB the hisfn*- bridge. The woman's club members, in cooperation with the Oak Hill Feeders 4-H club, established a ] roadside park on a corner of land | donated by Ottis Taylor and loca- jted on Highway 92 between the | What Cheer and Delta junction*. I The county highway crew made | a road in the park and surfaced it with crushed rock in late summer. The 4-H boys placed a pic- ttle tabte to the pu*. This year the Woman's rta!: plans to add more taMea, to plant flowers and shrubs, and to construct fireplace*. The dry weather of 1*5* prevented the women from planting flowers or shrubs at the park during the past year. LAST NOYEMBEB a regular choir was started at the Christian church, with practices held each Wednesday evening under the direction of Richard Rohtoff. This is the first time in many years that the church has had a regu-, Another first for the Delta nunity la the new ssJttsaf P OP the Dobihaft HotaUftB f) at the northwest edge at D At present 34 cows an I milked in the three-eta* *· Construction was begun hi 1955, and cow* were first ati in it last October. The year of 1954 also aaw extensive grading and attrtt project on the inside road lea from Delta directly to the 1 Cheer Junction OB Highway ft WEBSTER'S FIRE CHIEF. Hal Sorden. is in the driver's seat of the town's newly-acquired fire truck, purchased from Sigourney last summer. Equipped with a 500-gailon-per-minute pump, it has made five runs so far. Sorden heads a /olunteer crew of 14 men. (Herald Photo) SULLY CAFE had 300 guests during the afternoon of Jan. 19 for its grand opening following its extensive remodeling, begun righ j after Christmas. While construction was going en, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards proprietors, maintained their all-vital coffee trade by op- erating in a nearby brooder house. Their remodeled cafe has knotty-pine walls, new ceiling (lowered), new light fixtures, a new counte« jrangement. a new picture window and three new booths. (Herald Photo) LAVERN COBLE'S NEW HOME IK FREMONT SEARSBORO'S newest home, now nearinc Hasleys have four children, Larry, a high school completion, is that of the Joe Hasley family, senior; Loren, a freshman; Rita, in the 6th grade located fust west of the schoolground. Joe is a and Norvel, in the primary grade. (Heralc construction worker for Standard Oil Co. The Photo) LYNNVILLE'S construction highlight or 1956 is the new home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Verwers in the south part of town. It has a double garage at one end and an enclosure for a house trailer at the opposite end. Painted a ligh* green, the Verwers home has two bedrooms, hath, kitchen, utility room, and a 15x25 living room. The floors are tiled throughout. The gas furnace is in the attic. (Herald Photo) ·USSEY'S mark of progress for 1956 is the new home of Jesse Walters. The 26x58 three- bedroom home, with attached garage and full basement, has a 14x20 living room. Features include hackberry woodwork, birch cabinet doors, awning windows, hardwood floors except in the kitchen and bath, which are tiled, a laundry chute, a linen closet in the ha!!, built-in vanity dresser, baseboard heating, and a picture window facing the east. (Herald Photo) . NEW ADDITION TO GRAHAM HALL NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION to lc/3 / J -~IU4 years of continuing progress to provide the finest in Christian Education Friendly Accredited Christian Facilities, faculty expand to meet increased enrollment * Liberal Arts Courses BOTANY ZOOLOGY CHEMISTRY MATHEMATICS PHYSICS HOME ECONOMICS PHYSICAL EDUCATION DRAMATICS SPEECH ENGLISH FRENCH GERMAN LATIN SPANISH MUSIC ART HISTORY POLITICAL SCIENCE SOCIOLOGY GEOGRAPHY BUSINESS ECONOMICS BIBLE EDUCATION PHILOSOPHY PSYCOLOGY Pre-Professional Courses ENGE LAW MEDICINE NURSING THE MINISTRY Education Courses leading to standard secondary teacher's certificate and to both the standard elementary and the advanced elementary certificates. Where YOU Count As An Individual Central College at Pella has operated continuously for 104 years and is fully accredited by the North Central Association. Central is a Christian Liberal Arts College, offering a well-balanced college education at reasonable cost with emphasis on Christian personality. Four-hundred five students representing 21 states and 3 foreign countries are now attending the college with over 200 from lov.-a. An increasing number of students from ..the Oskaloosa area are studying at Central. Six new buildings have been added fo the Central campus during the past 10 years of the college's.expansion program. The latest addition is a $200,000 library completed last year and construction of a $375,000 addition to Graham Haii and dining room is underway. Campus activities received several honors during 1956. Central's all-brass marching band performed for Pres. Eisenhower at the Des Moines airport when he visited Iowa during the political campaign. Attention was centered on Central whea the students held their first "Politics on Campus Day" and prominent political figures were invited to the campus to participate in a mock political rally and ·lection. In athletics, Central's football team won undisputed title to the Iowa Conference football championship last fall, winning 7 games and losing I. Central Graduates Are In Demand Central graduates have achieved notable and useful careers in all professions in all parts of the world, according to a recent survey. Central serves its students not only during their college careers but also after graduation through the Placement Bureau and · faculty committee on graduate study. Every effort is made to help our graduates seek worth-while and attractive positions. CENTRAL HALL AND DOUWSTRA CHAPEL symbolize the two greatest forces in the worW today--»education and religion. Registration for 1957-58 SEPTEMBER 3 4 For further information write: Director of Admissions, Central College, Pella, Iowa A Fully Accredited Senior College Central College FOUNDED IN 1853 PELLA, IOWA SPAPFRf NFWSPAPFK!

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