The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1942 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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f PAGE SIX LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1942 Stp Of Roof Should Reflect Character Of House It Covers Roofs are -"typed," 'which means that each style of architecture calls for a definite kind of roofing .material. For example, suppose that vour house is built upon strong and cause a roof cannot be changed or altered with the same case in which other 'structural adjustments are made, Careful consideration and sufficient planning beforehand will prevent either immediate or future . _ dissatisfaction, simple lines—th» kind that is built The actual process of roofing a to endure. A roofing that will j house can be just as important present a heavy shadow line by its thickness, one in which the texture of the material i.s rather coarse, should be used to add the final touch that sets off such a dwelling. Or, on the other hand, if your house is built upon the modern as the material of the roof itself In fact, the very best of materials can be prevented from doing their duty, and can huve their period of usefulness shortened, unless th?y are properly put on. If the builder ha.s selected the right kind of contractor, and worry on this score Colonial Touches and Modern tream-lincd .style, the roofing'! is automatically eliminated, but H material chosen 'should bo smooth and finely textured in order to carry out the general pattern of the rest' of the building. The secret of success in achieving distinction in the setting off of a house through judicial and artistic i? choice of roofing materials is found in keeping- the roof in step with the Symmetry will be just as well to make a rule to insist that Mac manufacturer's directions be followed to the very letter. Also, it must be remembered that there is nothing unusual or strange about the owner of a small house insisting on a product with a good name and a good reputation. In ODES YOUR HOME PRESENT A _' -rj Tc- radiate. svarrr. £d j l r ie-nd;-y 3.S - _ the interttir of your rWKc and the people in it ... that' 1 : what porehes Vc mac/ fai ' Thai s what Porchfde docs' With 8 colors from which to choose, you 11 have no <&£&• ca'ty in creating the atmosphere . or accent, yau-desirc. It's famous 'for its durability, -tpo 1 rest of the dwelling, fact, if you were erecting a large of result, rather than and expensive house no one would disproportionate contrast, * the goal of the builder. fihould dare to offer you anything else but the best, because you would The builder should never allow probably be represented by a cap- limself to be hastened in his choice of a roofing material. He should remember that once his •oof is on he will have to live with t whether he likes it or not, be- INSUMft FIMAKCIKC * Are you planning to Rein ode! and Redecorate? Come in and borrow our— Sherwin-Williams PAINT and COLOR able architect who would not listen to any suggestions about unknown roofing materials. The fact that you are making a smaller investment ha.s no bearing whatever on the quality that you should receive for your money. The up-to- date dealers are catering to the small house field today, and are just as pleased to mek three or four substantial sales as one large one. The roof is one of the costly construction items in a building, and wear and satisfaction are absolute essentials in the covering. The time and attention that it given now to the selection of a roof will be well spent. A roof is something one should decide upon right in the beginning, mid then be able to forget for many years. NATURE'S COLORS IN USTIKWEABTY I PITTSBURGH MINTS Printed in beautiful natural colors containing the most popular interior and exterior color styling suggestions. The Sherwin-Williams Style Guide i.s the newest and -easiest way to select home decorations that portrays beauty and distinction. (No obligations.) TQM LITTLE HDWE. CO. Dumber Mill Burns At Norman Sunday new plant can be started immediately, J. L. Pinkerton,' manager, said. More than 200 are employed in the mill. The fire department reached the scene soon after the fire started but To pass the test, an air corps candidate must hav* 90 right answers. Libciiy Bell Model Clock was unable to cope with it. Because ! Using Philadelphia Liberty Bell as the fire short circuited the plant's a model, Fred Gassett has finished electric system, the company's own a home-mads clock-complete even water system could not be used to ( with the iamous crack, combat the blaze. MT. IDA.—One of the biggest fires in iho history of Montgomery County broke out in the planing mill of Uie Black Springs Lumber Company in Norman at. 11 p.m. Sunday and destroyed the mill, surrounding sheds and approximately (•00,000 feet of finished lumber. Damage to the mill and equipment alone was estimated to be more than $100,000. The loss of the lumber was in addition to this fig- j ure. The fire started at an electric i switch box in one of the buildings, i The finished lumber was await-; uale anc i former carpenter now ing shipment by the U. S, govern- | training in the U. S. army air corps mem. For some time the Black ii ias ma de the.highest mark on the Springs company has been working corps' intelligence and adaptability 100 per cent on. government con- examination in New England—sur- tracis. Two loncled freight cars on j passing even college graduates, a siding were also destroyed. | Constantino answered 143 out ol Workmen at once began cooling ' 150 questions correctly—two more the ruins so that construction of a ; than any other New England man. BRJDGEWATE3. Mass. <UP) — Ex-Carpenter Outshines College Air Corps Men BCGTON <UP)—Matthew Con- iStantino, 28, a high school grad- PETE IS THE LUMBE Stave Mill Starts , Work At Jonesboro EXTERIOR: A touch of Colonial and a touch of Modern combine to set Kubby Sues for Alimony u u ,..v. t i w. -—s — --- RAVENNA, C., (UP)—Almost two off this well-designed defense home, years ago his wife left him, so no The large glass bay made up of Norman A. Thompson of Mantua. many panes of glass exemplifies the "modern trend in present day O.. is- suing her for alimony. In asking for "support and mainte- designing. The Colonial background i nance,' he states that he suffered a i.s found in the white shingles and '.paralytic stroke and is unable to the shuttered picture-windows. The work. entrance way is protected by a columned porch. The entrance way 120 W. Main Phone 5If) JONESBORO.—M. J. Standridge of Jefferson City, Mo., has just placed in operation a stave mill one mile north of Jonesboro, which has started production with a daily capacity of about 7000 staves. He points out that there is sufficient timber in this area to keep the mill in operation at least two years. The plant here is concentrating on red and white oak staves which arc being disposed of to jobbers who are filling government contracts for oil and food barrels to ship materials to the Allies and armed forces. Between 25 and 30 persons are employed in (he plant with more engaged in hauling timber. and the bay window make up a The swastika also is know as a fylfot and a gammadion. Read Courier News want ads. 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INTERIOR: Here is a perfect example that the best things come in little packages. A house may be small, but with careful floor, planning it still; can contain "all ' r the necessities as; well as luxuries. Here we have a; large and very livable living room.' It rccives light -from 'two sides, yet contains plenty of .wall space for those important furniture arrangements. The kitchen is easily. reached without having to go through a .corner of the living room. The dining room is popularly combined with the kitchen. The staircase leading upwards is within a few steps of the living room and the kitchen. Away from all this are the sleeping quarters. They seem to form their own private wing evolving about a. small central hall. Besides being the relative center of this wing, the hall also boasts a linen closet. The bedrooms are in excellent proportion. Each one has perfect circulation, and plenty of sunshine is let in through the numerous windows. 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