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Â« Â«Â· WÂ«l. Jan. 30, I9S7 OSKALOOSA DAILY HB*AL0 THE BARNHILL MOTEL IS pictured above measure 9 by 14 feet and IS by U feet a SIM . the two new units on the left. Located at 1921 plus a private bath in each. Both have Â«Â· THE NEW OFFICE OF THE STATE Farm Insurance company j x avenue east, the motel is owned and operated and dry wall construction. This brmÂ« 1M is pictured above with Con Yer Ploeg (local agent) on the left! oy Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bamhill. The new units to a total of four units. (Herald Photo) and C. W. Whitechurch (district manager) on the right. Verj -- MEMBERS OF THE CHURCH of the Nazerene building committee are pictured above looking at the sign they recently erected on their south Eleventh street building site. From left to right are: Rev. T. T. McCord, Harold ' Waal. John Visser. and Clarence Else. (Herald 1 Photo) Ploeg has been with State Farm for 26 years. The local district j conditioning treatment earlier. covers a seven county area including 10 local agents. (Herald \f^ second floor waÂ« only partial- Photo) I 1 ? air conditioned because of the - - - Â· ---- j wishes of some hotel customers with mere air conditioning being 'who do not want air conditioned Nazarene Church Will Build Edifice On South Eleventh The First Church of the Nazarene is progressing satisfactorily with its plans to erect a church costing at least $100.000 on the northeast corner of Third avenue east and south Eleventh street. The five acre plot of land was recently purchased and now has a house and other buildings on It. Ali except the house will be razed in the near future. At the present time, a church and parking faculties will be erected at the south Eleventh street location with a parsonage possibly being erected later. It is hoped ! that actual construction of the | church can be started this year-- j possibly in March. I THE XAZAKEXE church is now ! located on the southeast corner of Third avenue east and south Second street. Rev. T. T. McCord, pastor, said that the new building is needed because they have : simply outgrown their present fa- " cilities. ! The church also has a parsonage ; at 709 Third avenue east and an; other house south of the church. | The church and the house south of the church will be sold as soon . as possible. j In the new structure, the con- gregation wants a church that will' seat no less than 500 in the sanctuary with room for another 200 in overflow rooms. j Members of the building committee are: Harold Waal, chairman of the board of trustees, John Visser, Clarence Else, and Rev. McCord. i THE NAZARENE church, which had its beginning in Oskaloosa in April 1914, has an active membership of 335 in the church and 280 enrolled in Sunday school. Rev. McCord is in his sixth year here. The oresent church was completed in 1915 at a cost of $12,000 and was remodeled in 1948 and 1949 at a cost of an additional $6,000. Modernization At Downing Hotel Is Continued In '57 The modernization program a the Downing hotel at 114 south second floor. First street continued during 1956 The first floor received the mere installed and general !Eg. Major work during \\-as the complete air condition-1 for the Kelly Hotel company, said ing of the third and fourth floors'.that there was some general re- and oartial air conditioning of the j decorating and during the coming redecorat- j quarters. : Mrs. Martha Barahizer, man- the - year j ager of the local establishment Frank Shafers Are Â·* Â«Â·-- M--- 11---- ueuny new none Presently building a new home for themselves at 120 Twelfth avenue east are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shafer. to finish the house this fait It is a 30 by 30 foot fraa fair with a h'vuur room, a two bedrooms, and a full feftth. It will have gas heat, flooring, and a picture facing north off the ttvtaf Fire caused aa They are doing all the work j 250.000,000 toes fcs titt TMtai themselves .year there win be more rooms re- the full basement. They put in air j modeled and modernized. ! the basement last year and hope excavating States during 1MML TWe with the previous high of 768,000 in 1955. EADER 1907-1957 Celebration Savings for You! T Â·OB MITRISIK RECENTLY opened a body in the garage business for about nine years and fender maintenance and repair shop at and was a partner in A M Motors prior to 30956 A avenue west in the location formerly opening his own shop. (Herald Photo) occupied by Currier'* body shop. Bob has been Â·_ By Oskaloosa's PHOTO 24 Hour Â·VHIfflB Come in brouse around. Whether your Hobby Is Photographic, Leather Craft, Painting, Building Models or Otherwise, you name it we have it or can get ?t for you. Direct Factory Service on Eastman Ansco Color Film. Drop your film in our after hour box. If It's Photographic, We Have It! The Photo Shop 206 High Ave. W. Phone 3-5294 Of Â£^TM* ' a ^* t ^*Â« Â£* S** **Wti~-~ "f **. ~""Â° ^fx^is^s- *"tf Â» "***Â». -Joion^. ittoti* 3 ^* *%Â· ^fc\Â§ *Â» * v.- ' W^** Onr fiftieth year with special values to give you more for your shopping dollar! Our store is full of many real bargins . . . our way of saying "thanks ... for fifty wonderful years!'* Â·SSt-f:^ *$$Â§*SÂ£gs!i -hi- 1 Â°f Â«Â·- * Â·?Â«--Â· Jan. l, 195T Make 1957 Your Year of Economy Buying Enjoy the Habit of Shopping and Saving at Graham's Leader In Oskaloosa Nationally Known Brands IATES DISCIPLINED FABRICS DAN RIVER COTTONS GALBRAE FABRICS PETERS SHOES BIG YANK WORK CLOTHES PACIFIC ft PEPPERELL SHEETS ft CASES BEACON BLANKETS CANNON TOWELS AND BEDSPREADS QUAKER ft SCRANTON LACE CLOTHS HOLEPROOF HOSIERY TRIMFIT ANKLETS LORRAINE LINGERIE BESTFORM FOUNDATION GARMENTS LOVABLE BRASSIERES SHIP ft SHORE BLOUSES TUMBL TIGS FOR CHILDREN KAY WHITNEY DRESSES ABBMOOR COATS IN OUR BASEMENT STORE MONARCH CURTAINS ft DRAPES JOANNA WESTERN WINDOW SHADES DURAN PLASTICS POPE GOSSER DINNERWARE MIRRO ALUMINUMWARE MIRAMAR CALIFORNIA POTTERY ALL-AMERICA CITY Proud To Be An Established Part of Oskaloosa's Retail Community ALL-AMERICA CITY NEWSPAPER!