The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1946 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 23, 1946
Page 4
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BLYTHRVILhK (ARK.) COURIER-NEWS -? Provide fccnation Area Afl tolly CM E»joy II MUtfe AmocHvt * F . '"* WMt Uvinf stun* at such.a pr»' •. sVwt overtook the (old nine "Hfs that may be redden coowebt of your attic. :t«i area, deep! te sloping «r>d' exposed rafters, can be made as useful and as attractive is •HV other part pf the houw. The attic, for one thing, can be tin,ideal place for the family's pas- Urn** Wid hobbles, U It Is appro- • ffU4\Y talshed, The experience of «** suburban family shows what can be dorie with enthusiasm and a lit. It all started with (he father's de-1 -twminftUon-to-have, a dark room, i essential to his pursuit of amateu/ photography. The basement, he rte- j ' elded, was too damp, so he took H t look at the;«ttlc. The space there was.more than needed and this led to the Idea of converting It Into a recreation center for the entire family. : On* end of the area wafe parti- - UatMd off for a dark room mea- Mtinc about 12 square feet. The »est of the attic became a combination liobby room for mother, ' who sews and paints; and daughter, who has all the hobbles of an active child. A sliding gate guard* the. stairway «nd n sliding door as- »»r«s privacy for father and his .chemicals Walls and «i]higs of both,rooms are built of insulating building ^ board, applied In sheets four feet ,, wide. These big boards nre easy to t ««ir «nd nail and they covered the - rafters andstuds In practically no 1 time, Being an insulation &s well .Ha structural material, they help — provide the even temperatures so - essential for' physical comfort and ~ the proper use of photographic ma_ terials. >- The .insulating board follows the - Unes of the room and forms a four? ~ foot-vertical wall at either side. Be_, hind the walls 'is generous room .'for 2 storage space. A gay decorative ef- _. feet has been painting 3 wide strips in eoral over the celllns . and sloping walls, ending in coral - scallops. The natural finish of the - Insulating board provides the alter_ nate color. v- Leri o\er pieces of insulating r board are utiliiied to add a number _ of decorative and practical touches, _ JnerucUns a display board for prints, -3 a *art game and a combination :,. l**eH-out window and bulletin board * for the dark'room window. ~ Jn the larger room a screen for *. showing movies rolls down over the . window. The dark room is also a v-. ^°T k .room for editing and splicing '' «*?vle film and for enlarging and ~ mounting prints. Counters are ar- /,j ranged for all 'necessary equipment. \ A. bl S. comfortable chair has been 5 -'."stalled and the room can double g- as * study. t?' Technical advice from the phqto- ;>' graphic end was furnished by the ... magazine Popular Photography. - American Home magazine designed ~ the layout and the decorative plan. v; £99-Production Cut £ By Damp Laying house u Laying hens usually cannot "r-' »"»ptfrthemselves readily t o sudden * changes in temperaure and maln- ~ taftY- high egg .production. To pro^. vide more uniform inside tempera „. tures, regardless of conditions out - side, poultry raisers are insulating ,:- their laying hguses.-Insulation and ;...T**??'l*'ipn help to prevent conden- i sation, wet liMer and damp fen^ thers, which retard or even stop | e gg production. Among the:mater• ***5_^i inB "'-*^ ^Wely. is insulating • «*<i!,». structural material which ' is jieaaily applied" as'sheathing or ' Interior iining; t P . ....... r . Buy SIX PAIRS and get the Guarantee Certificate. 6 months'wear or six new pain free. i Knit proportioned to fit xnall, average and large «» man. r" Laundry tested tnd ap> *•• '^^^Nf 9^^^^&fBf ^V^^R 'Hobby Space for All in an Insulated Attic Hpbbiea can be a family affair when waste space in the home ii properly utilized. These picture! , tfll the story of how an amateur photography enthu- •iatt transformed an unused attic into an ideal two- room recreation center—a dark room for himself and a cay leimure-time room for mother and children. Lower lift is the attic js work was bepun. The completed playroom (above) is a combination studio. lytyt,,,!!, l'l,ol,,g,,fhY sewing room and extra living room. The dark room (lower riRlit) has sliding doors for privacy. Attics need protection against weather extremes, so intu- latiiiK board was used is the structural material for walls and ceilings. Easy to put in place and paint, the insulating lioard keeps the rooms warmer in wiriter and cooler in summer. The bulletin board over the studio couch also is ol insulating boarit TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1946 \e-roof liourLIL l»iilMd PAINT Mode by "The Oldest Mixed Pain; House in America." Def.uxe House Point is mado loi ihoae who believe in the bcsl. And lot Iho veiy bcnl results qivo tlio pain! n lirm, E'JTD. etidut- inq loundalion ol Vcino Calvert Del.uxc PRTMDICOTi:. On new of propeily pteparoa old jobs, PHIMLHCOTC insiucs portna- ncncc-no scaling 01 peeling. 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