Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on May 16, 1952 · Page 13
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 13

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Friday, May 16, 1952
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Don't Get Stuck on Wrong Glue There's a special glue for almost even.' purpose. Plastic resin glues are completely waterproof, can be used in boat building and will withstand all weather. Casein glue, while not waterproof, is a favorite in woodworking because it is used cold and docs not set too rapidly. Hot animal glue Is the old- time adhesive of cabinet makers. It is strong, stainless and sets quickly. Fish and vegetable glues are among the prepared liquid glues, handy for quick household pairs, but not molstureproof. re- Heat-Proof Paint For Radiators To paint radiators or steam pipes you'll get best results; by using special heat-proof paints that will not crack or discolor up to 500 degrees. Such radiator and range enamels are available in a wide range of colors and provide ft porcelatn-Ukc finish. Don't use aluminum or gilt.paints, because they tend to insulate and cut down the amount of radiation. Clean the surface well and sanji- paper It before painting. Mortgage-Free Everybody doesn't have a mortgage. According to the Housi"" and Home Finance Agency ,.i Washington more than half of all nonfarm homes in the United' States are mortgage-free. THE DUB.-iND working drawings call for frame construction throughout, full basement, wide siding, hrick fireplace,'asphalt shingles, concrete steps, and wrought iron railings. By placing a dormer in the rear, two bedrooms can be finished on the second floor, in addition to those shown on the first floor. The kitchen, with cross light and ventilation, is located in the front, convenient to the entrance and opening into the bedroom hall. There is ample space for dining in the kitchen. Tho sink is under the windows, refrigerator on the inside wall and Bto %'e at the end of the kitchen counter. Closet space Is provided by the wardrobe type closets in the bedrooms, coat closets for the entrances and the linen closet in the bedroom hall. Dimensions arc 34 feet by 24 feet. Area equals 861 square feet, cubage 19,727 cubic feet For further information about THE DURA>fD, write the Small House Planning Bureau, !5t. Cloud, Minn. Esther\iUe, Iowa, DaUy News Fri., May 16, 1952 4—A For Your A Have that home of your ouml Open a savinjjs account nov by planning now anil savin;» noM- you an; taking the first .«tei»s toward home ownership. Come in and lei us show you how a r<'gular savings plan can help you realize your dreams. fEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASJOCIATION H. G. McTavish Phone 247 Earning.s compounded .semiannually. AMAZING NEW PAINTS IN fJ22 COLORS! PAINTS Taka your pick of 1,322 root- point somples in th« wcmdvrful Colortzer AlbumI AAotch any color yotf evar dreamed of— r»-match any color any timai Gat ony ol 1,322 colort In flat, lami-gloM, anamal, or evan o«f- sida housa pointi Now you can parfeclly moteh woodwork or drapariat with your pointed wolitl The color you wont—whan you ¥«>nt M No waiting or spada) ordaring. Buy any of 1,322 colors right off the shalfi Only Colorizar gives you any color— ony finirfv-ony tima—at binlget pricMf tkS MOWWrU^ m Hom., HOUM B««I«M, See our new patterns in IMPERIAL and UNITED WALLPAPERS Amazing, Self-Cleaning LION BRAND house paint shedsdfft,' ^ dust, grime 3Ci I ;gives years iilisiWie of protection uourbest buy HALL'S AMD 505Central Phone 165

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