The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1939 · Page 4
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July 29, 1939

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

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PAGEFOU1 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JULY 29 1939 Exhibit Home To Be Open To Public Tomorrow Eollrr Slules Help Fas(«r ORATIOT, Wls. (UP)—A roller- skating pastor believes he has found (lie way to keep Ills flock interested In church work. The Rev, iGerJitrd .Gundersbn, former service man, who conducts services In three rural parishes, sponsors roller skating irartics to keep Ills parishioners Interested, Crash Policemen Now Walk AKRON, O. (.UP)—Police officers If. J. Mick and'Gale jfcnch are walking now Inslcau' ol directing traffic as they do usually. They wrecked (heir milorcyclcs In a collision with each ether und were translcrrcU to fopl, patrol duly. Rwid poutler News want nflj. This store is glad of the opportunity o?assisting THE ARKMO LUMBER CO. IN DISPLAYING THEIR NEW HOUSE BY SUPPLYING Mapk Bedroom Furniture 10-Pc. Living Room Furniture INCLUDING DIVAN, SECRETARY, RUG LAMPS, TABLES AND CHAIRS Linoleum AND BATH SEAT FOR THE BATHROOM Linoleum., Kitchen Table and Step Stool FOR THE KITCHEN WE TAKE GREAT PRIDE IN PROVIDING Better Home Furnishings Home KUKNISHIKGS Moderately Priced ArkrtiQ Dumber Co. House Pemoristrates FHA Building Plan An allraclive .semi-Colonial style home for the "average family , Hie ImticlsomQ exhilnl home al 1501) ChiekasawUi Avenue sponsored by the Arkmo Lumber Company and \\. i,. Homer, manager,'through the Federal Housing Administration will be formally opened for public inspection Sunday afternoon, from two o'clock lo six o'clock Miss Margaret Shaver will' serve ns hostess during the formal opening, of the exhibit home. The home will also be open for inspection upon apuolntmeiii until Thursday. The exhibit home, built as an actual example In practice or the WE ARE PROUD OF THE NEW EXHIBIT HOME WE TAKE THIS OI'l'OUTUNITY TO CUM- <;KATUI,ATB THE AHKMO.....LUMBKR co. A iiiore modern home is liaril to conceive .of. We arc proud of Ilic part we've j;!,-iycil In (wilding (his linmr. aird to:I. certain dial il will be a source «f real pleasure (o the future owner. ANDERSON BROS. Contractors type of home the family of average sfce and moderate income may Require through an KHA Insured loan, contains many modern features and is of sound construction awl design sticli as required and exemplified under FHA supervision. ' • The house, with garage attached has an exterior finish of red cedar shingles, painted white, a type of exterior thai lias increased steadily In public favor within the last two years. On (he south side of Chick-' asawbu Avenue the Iwo-bcdrooiu structure (aces north on a lot 00- fcet In width. | A full concrete dirvowny leads to ' the garage and a side entrance affords easy access to the house proper. • Tl>e house has a central hall and Is designed for any type of heating plant. The bedrooms are conveniently arranged, opening on the hallway with the bathroom adjacent. I The dining room has an attractive bay winaow and tile living room is well provided with windows and is 01 generous size. me Kitciien nas buili-m cabinets with chromium molds and a vent to carry 01" fumes. Mlie entiic house has number one oak floors throughout and has wall paper of excellent, quality and design. Inlaid linoleum has been installed- in both the kitchen and the bathroom. Convenient closets are provided and n disappearing stairway' affords access to the attic which has been floored. The' exterior «.r«,rs have interlocking bronze weatherstrip protection and aic of six-panel design. Interior doors arc of six-panel cie- sijjn. and all are equipped with Sargent hardware. four-inch glass wool insulation has been installed aboi-e the cell- ing and nn a;;;c ventilating system can be easily installed. Attractive light fixtures have He'li Explain FHA Procedure Arkmo Lumber Co. "Come On In Folks, Open Sunday, J,,| y 30th 2 'lil 6 P. M. m *X~— == ""=^~~-<3'!? vrt ^l'f-Vv»\. ~%:»: I'a^v' Ho . mc ^ swc11 ' Everybody should see it. VS, Especinlly the kitchen." After all, a mortal npl lie modern \vilhoiU nn AKL-F Zlecfruc geluice fa Arkansas-Missouri Power Corp. WE ARE PROUD ••'•"• to hitvc l)cc(V. ! a|)lc-;to. iiarticipnie ';'-•• in the huildinir of the New BiNhib- • it Hon v ic. A luoclcrn, convenient home which will be <i source of liloiisurc and sccitnty for the fii- liire o\vncr. '"'" ALL PLUMBING FIXTURES WERE INSTALLED BY US Take; special note of fhc iilimvh- inrr lixliiri's when .von visit 'this • New Exhihif Horirc. Connratitla- lions, Ark-Mo Liiniher Co.. for a line job. HE SURE p.UU SIGN IS IN FRONT OF YOUII NKW HOMK. "PETE" THE PLUMBER inn NO. isi Pllone 1()a been installed and numerous electric outlets have been provided, outlets being located in every room. The foundation is of solid concrete and the house has storm sheeting and is sub-floored. The red cedar shingles which form the siding arc double coursed and the root is of 18 inch edgcwood red cedar .shingles, a "50-5 f ear" root. All, shingles were attached with rust-proof nails. Two coats of brown shingle stain have been applied lo the roof nnd the shutters have been painted brown. The side walls have three coats of white paint and the in- sidc trim has three coats of while enamel. 'Hie house is equipped witli modern door "chimes' ut both front and rear doors. .; The ' attached garage has • on overhead Irani'door. A. D. WRIGHT Mortgage Ociiiertnce Representative 'Federal irausfng Administration TO BE PENT Mayor Williams 'Urges Inspection Of Exhibit Home Mayor Marion William.? ( t j a statement issued today urged (ily- thcville citizens lo inspect the new exhibit home which will be opened to the public Sunday afterno-n from tw,:. o'clock to six o'clock. The house, located at 1500 Chickasawba avenue, is sponsored by the Ark MO Lumber Company and W. ii. (Jack) Horner, manager of the Blytiicville ciTice, through the federal Hciisiiur Administration. "Those who visit the exhibit home will find the plan both attractive and economical. Building under ong term mrnthty payments with low interest rates cf (lie FHA cro- BWm will enable many people to own bqlnes H , ho nrc „.,„, ' „ rent," Mayor Williams said. "F/ylhevilte, dc-slliicd ( 0 >be a !!"ml l ^T" dt - v ' has »""'y "<*• li-'incs built under the PHA plan nnd i congratulate the sponsors fc their splendid ncliicwJment in this , 1BW exhibit home." he do- A. D. Wright Will Answer Questions About FHA Program • An official of the.Federal Housing Administration, A. U. Wright, mortgage conference representative', from Little Reck will be in attendance at'the 'opening 6i the Ark Mo Lumber Company's new exhibit home at 1500. Chickasawba Avenue .Sunday afternoon. Mr. Wright will be at the exhibit li:tne fro'tn two lo six o'clock to explain details of the FHA plan of home building and repair financing and to distribute literature on the program.. He 'Will be glad to answer questions t'f those wto inspect the home and to give detailed information on the FHA program without irrigation cr charge. Mr. Wright is thoroughly experienced in the building industry and in the FHA program lor financing construction and repairs. : Large City Necessary To House FHA Builders A city larger than New York would be needed to loise the number of people living in homes | bought or improved with loans in. siircd by the Federal icaisinjj Ad' ministration since it started cpcr- alions in 1934, it is estimated bj Administrator Stewart McDonald. According to Mr. McDonald, il is estimated that the dwellings built o rimp»:vctl with leans Insured by FHA since it began operations provide quarters for about 8,000,000 persons. One Mixing—Two Desserts . When combining ingredients to I pic crust, it lakes very little long er lo mix double quantity. Hi | extra dough can be wrapped li i waxed paper and stored In the re frigerator for 'use next day or evei several days hence, either lor pjt or larf shells. Tart shells can be baked over inverted custard cups or muffin pans. BE SURE TO SEE THE American BEDROOM SUITE AND BREAKFAST SET — In The — New Exhibit Home •\1500W.Chickasawba Both Bedroom Suite and Kitchen Set in solid Maple. Consider H. Wtllctt hne Furniture 1S made frpm Solid Hard Sugar Tree Maple. The Golden lieryi finish is believed to be the finest and most durable that the present cay market affords. CONGRATULATIONS ARKMO LUMBER COMPANY Hubbard Furniture Co. Slix Hot antl Ciilti A. blisteriiiE day is a .temptation o serve an all 7 cold dinner.-, That -old plate' will taste lots better ifler a dish of hoi soup. And vice 'ersa. Cold meals, even dm-iiig a irolongcd hot spell, become monotonous upon repetition. So with a lot, dinner, make the first course ellicd consomme. New Theories Replace Former Assumption Of Stability The vnlunlian of jiroperly as it ranles to mortgage Icncliii", has undergone considerable revision, in practice lorlay, Federal Housing AdinmistraUon officials say. "We have long since cleparl'd from the dangerous assumption tint values really change but little lliroujh the years," p M. Bibcock Assistant Administrator of (ho FHA, said. • "We hear less frequently tile expressions 'normal value" and 'sla- blliMrt value; For example, we have developed the siihstitiimYi theory, which holds that uo prop- .crty may be properly appraised at " figure in excess of the amount; at which an equally desirable anct substantially identical property can be obtained by buyers In the sniac market and at the same time. Such buyers have two,-.ways of-obtaining such substitute properties. They may .buy-lots • .'anrUirniltfr'. or they may buy existing properties' now offered in the market, irv no case arc they warranted in paying more for the .subject property thun they would pay for .substitute properties acquired In one or lite oilier of these ivays." Planning the Living Room - 1 .' "" •"••••. 2' .•- ; .^ -.'•- 3 ]j 1 lie living room shoulcl be the largest room in a home, J-'e dor al Housing Administration ollidals say. If possible, il should he entered llirough a small foyer which acts as a buffer against direct intrusion. Where this is nol piusiblc, the entrance"should be af the end of the room <i[i|i(isilc the windows'! The necessity iif passing diagonally Ihroirglt Ihc living room (o reach other roams nf (he home sliuiild be avoided. In iilaniiing the arrangement nf Ihc living rnum in a new home w-ilh rclaliun lo the cutraiicc slid to internal traf-:, ([ID ahovc illiistralinns shoiihl he hcltifnl, 1 ; MA oflici.iis (H»iri( out. Nnmljcr I is considered a'good arrangement, Number 2 fair, and Number 3 poor. Cozy—and Low-Priced Under rnonlhly comparable lo rent, the owner of this attractive Ohio home ia liquidating the indebtedness under the Insured Mortgage System of the Federal Housing Administration. FHA officials placed a $1,250 valuation on the structure, and the $3,400 mortgage will be paid off in 20 years. - vFr&~t li-AV.A-i. 1 :

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