Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 83
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January 30, 1957

Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 83

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Jan Hogendorn Brings "Unbelievable" Recognition To Oskaloosa ^s^tT^55r=i:r=trn: JS^^=tt± ^HiM £sr«£2 When be went to reoeired *500 to apply on scholarship, presented at an award \ . . . a television set and tro-' luncheon held on George Wash- { «. fr^jfe. «h.K~«.M.t» ^ i P 0 * and ea a national winner an, ington's birthday at the Shoreham « my eswenevmne. j % | t ^^p tntt p,^ ^jp te Weening-. botel, with an engraved national ·e «*ote Congresaman Karl I*- ton, D.C, (or htaeelf. Us tether, vo * ' and his speech teacher Henry By- mons. Before leaving, the Meth- is\ f******»yntittg on From Washington Jan went to Philadelphia where he was hon- . ^-*- * . I's being one of four co- winners in the 1S5« o^uit church here, of which he is ' ored by the Franklin Institute Tctoe of Democracy contest. s a member, presented him with a ! with a membership is the "Poor AH of Oelrstooes is proud of Jan ' set of matching niggmge. | Richard*' chib; and then on to New Hofjendon -- of his high school rec- | More than 1,500,000 high school York for television appearances. ! ard aere and his achievements 'students from 47 states. Washing- ! JAN ALSO DELIVERED his sjaee he has gone on to college, ton. D.C. and Hawaii entered the Voice of Democracy speech from Be winning of the VOD award, original competition. As one of the floor of the Democratic na- fcUowinf in the footsteps of David the four top winners. Jan was tional convention in Chicago-- an Walker, Oskataoea, who won the publicly commended by both Pres- event that kept many Oskaloosans ·SUM honor in IMS, brought dis- ident Dwight D. Eisenhower and glued to their television sets. ttoguishing recognition to the lo- Vice-President Richard Nixon. | Because Jan was one of the 1,. i Ml school as well as to the city. jjjg VOD j^-^ny WM judged 100 finalists among seniors from ' tO JAN HIMSELF, the son of from a recording, by a panel of all the high schools in the country Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hogendorn. it disiing "shed Americans, and Jan in the national merit scholarship. brought material as well as spirit- wcn the award from the stand- award, he received offers of schol- Ml award, roin he won the local contest, livery. lieges. Jan eh'ose the four-year scholar- eomposition as waU as de- arships from more than 20 col- ship at Wesleyan university, JCd- dletown, Conn., because of the school's high scholastic standards. There he is continuing to distinguish himself as he did here in the 1 local school system. ·tr*HTlNIN« the appearance of New SWren's bvsrness district is newly-enlarged serv- fce station operated by Bob and Wendell both the National Athletic honor society and the National Honor society. In the trophy case at Oakalooea gh school 15 a presentation from the local Jaycees giving perma- - record to the unprecedented VOD achievements in the school Jan's national waauig oration built on fe theme of the tomb of the ~_r.k_ V.-JA soldier, and doses with -.- ,~ - a p r e s s i v e words: ·It Is not n,-,^sary that we all *e as he d-u H the defense of ear right-, an i liberties, bat It Is VERY important that we d*M th* her"«. mantle by daUv pnettoe of th* principal*' which bar* aaade wu- democracy the of the 'Acnd. He uoul4 With us to kwp oar demoo- e iving r^mg. "We must «^rk for it, speak fer it, fight for it, and even die fsr H. ee that democracy win exist leag after ti.e tomb of the S«*B*wn soldier '· 15 crumbled.'* Tee, Oskaloosa :s proud of its boys who have -A en two of the ; HE 18 A MEMBER of the col-: nine annual nauona: voo awards. ! . lege debate team; plays in the But the Oskak-csa Herald is ee-'' brass sextet; and is a member of pecially proud of Jan because the' the Delta Tau Delta social fra- g^t draft of his v.-.^saig oration ternity. As a member of the col- WM written at the Herald office' lege glee club he will toar Penn: ^^ evening after he had finished sylvania and a. number of southern states during Easter vacation. He has also been elected by the college body to represent the school in the mock legislature to be staged at the state's capital by the Connecticut. Inter-Collegiate _ House of RepieseniaUves. ] yellowing a naton-wid- move. Athletic-wise, he played on the mellt toward better cooperation ·freshman soccer team last fall;' between new car cealers," all 13 Oakalooea aid Walter Harkema, WedeyM MHbaV OSXAIOOIA MET MLUIft W.A. Jan. 10, IW Wbav the tad IB several which win ha will be converted teto a room parsonage with the being turned ovar to racnattonal faaiities. Thei«a«t The Wesleyan Methodist church ' city lots offers adequate space for plans to start construction this the church building, parsonage, spring on a combination church- off street parking, and future ex- parsonage unit on Ninth avenue pansion as it becomes necessary. east on south Eighteenth street ad- The congregation -will continue Joining University Park. ·to use the present building until The proposed 28 by 78 foot J the new one is completed. Then frame building will have a sane- ' the present building, located on the northeast corner of south Market tuary which will seat about 150 people. There will be a full base- street and Fifth avenue meat which will house a garage . be sold. and Sunday school class rooms, i The present church win about 11 yean ago. t. Calaoun, tki reports a membership of 15 families !· eburcfc aa4 ft Sunday school attendance erf Ml Members of the building committee art.: ftuateil Eckert, chair* man; Carl Sehultz, Howard Bea* ·oo. Chester Klampe, LaVern Bee* ·on, and Rev. Calhoun, » The mo-called white rhinoceros) is not really white but a dull gray. ; Their most conspicuous feature i» the remarkable length of their, two horns, which in the female at-f tain a length of more than 60- inches, while those exceed 40 inches. of the male 'his news assignments as a part-time reporter-photographer. Mitoskj County New Car Dealers Organize In '56 Knowler. Construction work on it was completed *** te now on the fresai(na ° squash Mahaska county dealers fonred a last fall. (Harald Photo) team - 'formal organization iate in 1956. WHEN JAN WAS a high school j Ray L. Sehultz. Oska'.ocsa, its student here he brought state rec- ! president states thai there has ognition time and again to him: been "wonderful cooperation lo- self and to his speech teacher, j cally in the group", and that the Henry Symons. As a senior he;feeling is mutual that the move tied for first place state debate has already proved profitable, honors at the tourney held at! The Mahaska county auto deal- Iowa State Teachers college; took | era meet twice a month, w.th e. a superior at Iowa State college's dinner the first Wednesday of invitational forensic tournament; and was "speaker pro teiv.pore" at Iowa university's high sccool for! ensic league finals. '· As a member of the Oskaloosa | high school debating team, he each month, at the Dcv.T.ir.g Ho tell coffee shop; and s. "coffee" on each third Wednesday. Its members also meet with groups from other counties to discuss mutual problems. helped the team win its super or { Sehultz is also Mahaska county rating, in a field of 1.400 contest-! director of the Iowa Automobile ants, at the Icwa 'nigh scr.ool; Dealers association. Other offi- |speech association finals. jeers of the local group are Clay · The DAR award of exce! e--ce Carriker, Oskaloosa, vice-presi- . belongs to Jan; and he was a irem- dent; Lee Hart, Oskaloosa, secre- KAY BUTLER Worked here! The Canary Cottage IB proud that Kay Butler was employed here aa a waitress while attending high school. Her poise, appearance and personality are typical of the type of waitress we want to serve our customers. We salute Kay for the honors she has given Oskaloosa and Mahaska County. All of our personnel may not be "queens' 1 but each is carefully chosen so that you may be sure of friendly, courteous service at all times. Your Dependable Place To Eat AAA RECOMMENDED Canary Cottage 207 High Ave. Ectst ALMA'S BUSINESS district was brightened during the past year with the construction of fhi« Sinclair station, located across the street east from the post office. Bettis the proprietors. (Herald Photo) Crall are Progress For 7 Years IN ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prompt · Courteous · Efficient Service DIAL 3-7661 We Pick Up and Deliver Your Car WOODARD GARAGE JIM -- JACK -- ROY 405 SOUTH ELEVENTH NEWSPAPER! 39 Miles New Grade On Keokuk County's Secondary Roads SIGOURNEY (Special) -- The Keokuk county secondary road system received a total of 39.3S miles of new grade during 1956,' according to the annual report of Elmer 6. Clayton, Keokuk county engineer. Cress-road drainage on these new grades required a total of 5,594 lineal feet of culverts of an types and sizes, from 24-irdi diameter pipe to 7% by 7-foot box culverts. ! New bridges were also required,' including one 90-foot and one 78-, foot precast concrete bridge; six single-span bridges, and major repairs on f i v e single-span bridges. Surfacing stone totalling 67,150 tons, to be applied on 102.48 miles of recently built grade, also is paid for Gut of the county construction funds. Of the projects paid for out of farm-to-market funds, four projects were built, totaling 7.51 miles. Drainage projects included four I-beam bridges, one 80 feet long, one 67% feet long, and two 42% feet long; and two precast concrete bridges, 18 feet and 24 feet in length. The 7.51 miles required 10,200 tons of surfacing rock. An additional surfacing project from Keota north S^ miles to highway 22 required 16,150 tons of chemically-treated surfacing stone. Paid for out of county maintenance funds, in addition to routine maintenance, were 36 biidges receiving major repairs; culverts totaling 1.512 feet in length were replaced, and rock roads were resurfaced with a total of 52,463 tons of crushed atons. THIRTY-FOUR YEARS! (Since 1923) Serving Oskaloosa Vicinity QAUUTY ALWAYS ALL-WAYS Thanks for the Patronage Home Owned! Independent! Besides Complete Seed lines, cage birds, goldfish, supplies. Bee Supplies. AHied lines. SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS Stop in and Look Around The Loos Seed Company Phone OR 2-2393 Ov the Square Oskaloosa Bill Sunstrum He* Oskaloosa's oldest clothing store, proud to be in business in a progressive city, presents the finest styles in clothing for 1957. HART, SCHAFFNER MARX MICHAELS STERN CURLEE MCGREGOR STETSON FREEMAN men's store, Colorado Springs- Fros The Herald JU-- 9. I£r5S -- j _ T*«-«r Q *5-« been m8-° e ' ,' S'men's clothing and have been received -n be redecorated IOT jjjg as Sunstrums sic- de early fs^- The Goodbar s** 8 ^ outstanding mens rado Springs- Susstraffl assu.. ){ the OsXsloof of th* Colorae- ^^°^ained in niar^ ^ by to father arf ue to operate t» 8 -: tablished Sunstroms s ,,« ^ open- Iett m ^_. of the ; s "i Colo- asthe Scr^S 8 *** ' He haa 2 e-ent - V.3 contin- -'* -zA* ~~ -·c'jces. Dress Right. · 9 You can't afford not to! ME Mac i* O S K A L O O S A . * » * i .-AMERICA, iiyjii · · · · · I I f*f^Ki4%D A Till ATE ffl * Mofhftrt STORE FOR MEN BOYS Oskaloosa, William Penn College end the Industrial Committee e? Hie Chamber of Commerce for their successful efforts to make Otkeloosa a better city! STORE FOR MEN BOYS

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