Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa on January 30, 1957 · Page 90
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Oskaloosa Daily Herald from Oskaloosa, Iowa · Page 90

Oskaloosa, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 30, 1957
Page 90
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* 4 Fr!., J«n. If. If60 OSKALOOSA DAI.Y IBtAU percent of the etoek WM repre- ·*·*** at the animal neetia*. B. B. Merta, executive Yic*-p*«ei4ejit, the beak « th. ***** iU organteatioB m Marts sJao reported on the pro* ia the remodeling of tlM DelU office, now wefl underway. Thus improvement will be a f«e.t. 500,000. ARCHITECTS' DRAWING of the Iowa Trust ft Savings Bank, now being remodeled inside and out. Hue and fray marble is being used for the exterior. Iowa Trust and Savings remodeling Remodeling of the Iowa Trust ft · has been provided on the Market plete privacy In all banking Iran* air conditioning is betnf installed, · *·* * . . _, ·_ i .. i» « ·- ·* ,, =1* i A.-- -- __*· I^K. · ·n i Savings Bank building at the, at^t side of the building. A ' actions The officers' area will be northwest corner of High avenue' canopy will be placed over th* j at U 16 front. %rltil both public and and Market street, is in progress new entrance and will extend over and will be completed m 1960 The' u^ basement barber shop stair- entire two-s»ory building is in- way. The tower effect of the old cluded in the work. The bank building will be attrac- corner entrance will be extended to the top of the building and the corner will cany a doubled faced illuminated sign and an illumin- tive addition to the modernization of the downtown business distrsjt. The improvement will provide ad- [ *ted clock, ditional facilities for handling the j "TBK BANK quarters will be re- growing business of the banking' arranged, redecorated, and will house. j make possible the use of additional Exterior at the building win be i tellers A V-shaped counter will re- blue" ; place the present one, with a front the finished in "opalescent -.-^ , around the nrst floor and "silver section, for note tellers and gray" for the second floor, using a veneer of policed manufactured granite. All window and door openings will be of framed alumi- atini "and windows will consist of units of double insulated gli The old familiar corner entrance hag been closed and a new entrance rear section, separated from the other by a dividing planter, will provide for general service tellers. The interior will be furnished in straight grain cabinet work, while counters will have ledgea of Au- i private offices. Additional coupon booths with additional customer facilities are being provided for the safetj deposit department. nie bookkeeping department is _ to be moxed to the new basement i quarters remodeled last year for a ' while auxiliary heating will be pro- ; vided by baseboard radiation. The Iowa Trust ft Savings Bank ; was established m 1937 and tookj over the old Oskalooea National; Bank building. The latter bank was started in 187* and a banking j house has occupied that corner for: the past M years. Harry Lindberg vice will meet in the former conference room at the rear of the bank- The, basement facilities will include a j lounge and Jatchette for use of em- j ployees The shift will permit the ' use of the basement raults for the bank records. CEO.EVQ OP the bank interior will be lowered and new illumination will be installed. Flront offices will be carpeted and the re- riainia shell marble. Glass tellers | mainder of the floor will be cov- working counters will provide com- ' ered with vinyl tile. Tear around Our New Office Occupied In 1959 Money in Minutes at 121 North Market MARTIN NAAKTGEBOREN Serving You For 27 Years Whitehead and John M. Sample assistant easbien. Hayesvffle bank officers, directors are it-elected HATCSVILLE, Stockholders of (Special* -the Hayesvflle Savings bank, at their annual meeting, recently elected a the bank's officers and directors. They are Bert Fischer, president; mmer H. Mertz, vice-president; C. J. Mertz, cashier, and Woodrow M. Utterback. The first three named also were re-elected as directors, along with Ari D. Hart and Earl D. Noller. Roy S. Simpkuig, manager of the Delta, office since 1935 when it was opened, was again named to the position, with Gerald Fowler continuing as assistant manager. Leo Power, manager of the OH- lie office since 1946 when it was ·'ecad* of PROGRESS FEDERAL DISCOUNT CORPORATION 121 North Market Oskaloosa In A Progressive Community In ifi« abova picture our men and machines are installing the sanitary sewers in William Penn's Colle S » Heights Addition. The installation of the plumbing and heating systems in the Oskaloosa Senior High School, which forms the background, was one of our projects the past year. WE SPECIALIZE IN INDUSTRIAL WORK numbing · Heating - Bectrkal - Sewer - Water DICKINSON Humbing Heating ORchard 3-3256 OfkdOQM These Places Now Have Fone Music "Mans Fourth Need rr MUSIC 7 ' Progresses In 1959 Fone Music Serves A Fundamental Need! Mor* ami more placet nek m rants, CHIPS, orffcev, recepnoH reofiw, stores* shops ore using bockqrovwd nrasie tofcrf. fthre your business tfce fritejdly and iufbnnai antlrOSpTCwCv TMn ·MHs^^pnBHsIRa ffivftlC wifft fwi ron^ Music Scfvice* «o»t of most instoHotiom is less ffca* $1.00 per Other Stores with Fone Musk · Bell Telephone · Iowa Trust Savings Bank · Woolworth's · Green's Super Valu GARRETT MUSIC CO. 214 1st Ave. East Phone 2-27M -w SPA PI-:

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