Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on October 27, 1956 · Page 7
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1956 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE SEVEh Beautify Your Home With ALUMA KRAFT AWNINGS2 UHJECH Tllfc FEATURES: • 100% Aliinilnuii) • Bakcd-On Enamel • Durable, weight • t'fee Air tlrciilnlion • Strongest Roof Section • Production Line • Lowest Cont.CJtialil.v • No Kot, Sag, • No Storing Maintenance • F.M.A. Approved ^ • •••m« ri|j}frutrMl t i* FREE ESTIMATES Wf^x DECORAIL ALUMINUM RAILINGS Add lhal decorator rh»rrn lo \o\ir house ivilh Dfcorsll aluminum railing? Call u« today for « life- llrn« Installation that wilt not run and will n»v«r n<*d odntini. FREE ESTIMATES-36 MONTHS TO PAY CAMPBELL Tent and Awning Co. 100 CENTRAL AVE. ALTON' f'IKI.VK 3-HHHil Plan With Terrace Combines Economy With Glamour • mmmmtimmmmifmmmm THE HOUSE of the WEEK Send this Coupon for your STUDY PLAN ! ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH YOU CAN GET a study plan for The House of The Week by filling in your name and address on the coupon on this page and sending it with 35 cents to this newspaper. This study plan shows each flour of til'.- house together with each of the four elevations, front, rear and sides of the house. It is scaled at ',<r- inch per foot. It Includes a guide on "How to Get Your House Built," You can take this study plan to your bank or other mortgage lender and to your builder and get rought estimates on the cost, of construction in this area, as well as an Idea of the relation of the cost to your budget. With this information you xvill know whether you will want to proceed with construction by ordering working blueprints direct from the architect and asking tor bids for the work. ' Building Editor: I Enclosed is 35 rprili. Plrase vnd nn> a copy of the study I pluri for the House of The Week, Design HW-23 I t I Name I (Please Print) I Street I \ City.., I Stnle. PLANNING TO INSULATE? We're ready to help with expert advice Bring vtxit ir>««)ation questions to «.« for expert advicp. We've studied insulation for year^ *)>d rot^ Ralsum-Woo! ** our first chf»ce for Ufrtiiw comfort and fuel wirings! We chooM- Baffin- U oo! abov^ «'t1 others for insulating our own home* Well show YOU the loug/i permanent covering that entirely Mirrounds the tialsum- Wool insulating mat . . . pioictl-s you from rhillv 'winds. We'll -show YOU the continuous, important vapor barrier . . . « Raisin Wool phut fi*8turi» 31 ix> fxtfft <'i>»t.. We II shovr voti how Balsam \\'oo!".« mat is bonded to n,s covering . . . and ihe sppcial flanges (or securely 1a.<icning it in place. Balsam-Woof ran't settlp or shako down within vour walls, S»e t» U> »«H tl)e ino^t comfort and fWI savings tor vour lOs dollar. BALSAM-WOOL* SEALED BLANKET INSULATION STANDARD 18 Inch widths. &£•<>!> IOIIM), 21 inch width* 9 ft. mil DOUBLE TH3CK Ifi inrli widths $y| 0*> fit) xq. 24 Inch widths *T fl. roll THRIFT HARDWARE SOO Belle St. Phone 5-5568 Open Munilax »nil l-'iicl»y Night* 'Til 9 P. M. By BAVID «. BARBUTHER An ideal plan for indoor-outdoor living is featured in Design HW-23 ! for The House of The Week. Garden terraces surround this house. Broad sliding glass drors open five rooms to breo/es and sunshine. Kitchen and family room merge into a spacious informal living area, with a barhacuc fireplace in the kitchen. This arrangement sparest the hig living room and formal dining room from everyday wear and tear. A gracious entrance, foyer, three t;enrrously proportioned hedrooms, two bathrooms — one a split bath — complete this unusual layout. All this and low costs, too. ;ue made possible by expert planning, which kppp.5 this house within 1.419 square feet and saves Vl.'iOO or more by substituting a crawl space f«r a basement. However, tiii*. is a flexible plan. You ran build a basement if you prefer. The oversize garage provides ample space for a basement stairway and service vestibule be__ and the family ronm A distinctive feature of the exterior styling of this house is the open rafters above the terrace and the two sliding glass doors of the bedrooms. A variety of treatment, is suggested by this detail. You could leave these rafters open for shadow effect. You could cover them with corrugated fiber glass sheets in a pasH color. You could grow vines over the terrace. Or van could roof it over conventional- i.v for a covered porch. Herman 11. York, architect who specializes in suburban and country homes, designed HW-23 with a weather eye on the building dollar throughout. Room dimensions indicate the extent to which this house is planned for the use of standard lengths of lumber without the expense of cutting on the job. Rooi7i widths of 13 and 4 inches show the use of standard 14-foot joists with 4 inches allowed at each end for bearing and wall construction. Widths of 15 feet 4 inches show the n*e of 16-foot joists —lumber be in p. available in multiple-; (if '.'. fr-'f'l. This not on:.v saves money but rcMJis in good room si/.es. The architect, carries this prudence into ihe exterior design, too. He has pitched the roof just enough to permit the uw of economical asphalt shingles. He suggests the use of brick veneer for an accent to the front end of the garage. This could be eliminated for economy although it provides a pleasant touch with its extension of a pierced brick wall pailly screening the garage doors. Either shingles or hand-split shakes could be used to side the main from wall, depending on the building budget, and the rest of the house can be limshwi with plain clapboard siti- il)«. Numerous nureties of planning characterize this hou.^;. Closets are large—many of them planned with sbding doors. A private dres- aluminum OOUSlt MUN9 WINDOWS « Superior deiign & construction • Many patented feature • Built-in weatherstripping • Easy to handle A inifatl • Smart trim appearance • No painting r«qulr«d] • Screens A stormsash to fit • Add visible ial«»valu<f t Attractive low price* SEE US TODAY for Ml TNfOMWTliJH WIB L. IYIAGER Wholesale and Retail Building Supplies 1303 CENTKAI, ALTON PHONE 2-771J Open Monday Him Friday 8~A.M. to 5 P.M. "BUILD RIGHT WITH AlWINTITE OPEN" RAFTEKS over terrace ana" sliding glass doors add distinctive note, to this smart ranch house. Ywr Ptons For HOME OWNERSHIP 0r*< f I Ivrrrct .sing room with a built-in vanity table links the master bedroom with its private bathroom. Sliding doors also open from the foyer into the powder room section of the split bathroom as well as between the two compartments of this bathroom. A breakfast bar between the kitchen and family room is a smart provision for children's snacks as well as for informal entertaining when the family room is used for evening recreation. The kitchen is well arranged for cabinets and appliances, with space alloted for a modern raised oven separate from countertop burners. The barbecue is convenient for serving either in the dining room or family room. Between the barbecue and refrigerator are a broom closet and a pantry closet. By locating the foyer as a center hall, every room in the house becomes accessible from the front door without passage through another room—the dining room, of course, is accepted as an exception to this rule because of its periods of disuse. The most glamorous feature of this house is the way its walls of glass open to let you enjoy the best of the outdoors from lamily room, dining room, living room and the two major bedrooms—or close weathertight to give you spectacular views of any storm from the snug and cozy security of your OV.TI home. SLIDING DOORS DKFV WEATHKK SLIDING GLASS doors are one of. the most glamorous and successful of modern building accessories. T.heir sturdy aluminum frames lock as securely as modern office building and store doors. Weatherstripped as thoroughly as any window or door, they defy the worst of storms. Glazed with single sheets of heavy plate glass, or with double insulating glass, they can be as comfortable in any climate as picture windows or window walls. Standard height is 6 feet 10 inches, with width.-, of open-' ings ranging from 6 to 16 feel. Five pairs of sliding glass doors are used in the plan for HW-23 on this page. / ^v.-^ 11OW SLIDING GLASS doors open on garden terraces from five rooms. FAMILV ROOM and kitchen with breakfast bar between. and Mrs. Walter received a gift under direction of Mjss Charlyn Class Honors Woodburn Couple WOODBURN — The Philathea Class of Woodburn Congregational Sunday School honored I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Walter- on the occasion of their 25tli wedding anniversary at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Fensterman Wednesday evening. Mr. from the class. Games were played and refreshments were served. Halloween Parade WOODBURN - Patsy Roberts. Terry Buns and Johnnie Brueg- j geman won prices in a Halloween parade sponsored by the Parent Teacher Association Tuesday evening during a meeting at Woodburn School. Music was furnished bv the school band Koch. Mr. and Mrs. John Ashcraft of Bunker Hill spoke on scouting; Margaret and Jimmie Stevenson presented an instrumental duet. Okawville Visitor WOODBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Bull of Okawvitle visited his father, Steve Bull, at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Ray, Tuesday. Chestertield Notes CHESTERFIELD —Mrs. Esther Strader of Oklahoma City is visiting her father. A. E. Hall. anr! Mrs. Hall, and other relatives. Mrs. Elizabeth Lyles remains In a critical condition at the home of a daughter in Jerseyville. Install It Yourself in a Matter of Minutes DELUXE BATH ENCLOSURES NEWITOWEI BAR Mass production enables the manufacturer of nationally advertised ShoweRite glasi tub enclosures to offer the American public SO MUCH for SO UTTtE money. For 4'/j or S ft. iul», (Five FM» Hiahl ' CampUlt Sand Bloil Tub cficlpsur*. Choice of 3 distinclivfl deslgni — with 2 lowei bon — iniidfl arid ogl. $79 95 Exclusive Designs. i'/j Ft. Tub y'ii. High) - -'- S.a LYONS GLASS CO. 2400 BELLE ST. DIAL 2-2371 ALTON Read Telegraph Want Ads Daily .ALLIANCE Garage Door Operator 1. 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