(Daily News photo and engraving) MR. AND MKS. R. S. KXt'TSON and family moved into their now home at 1603 First avenue north last February. It is located in the Paulson addition. The built-in buffet and cupboards between kitchen and dining room are of birch and open into both rooms. One side has chrome accessories to blend with kitchen equipmenv and the dining room side, brass to blend with the golden finish of the woodwork. BUILDING— Contlnned from pafce 1 lion; Robert J. Hansen, Coon's addition;-Mrs. Harry Balmer, addition; Harold Danielson, addition; Urias Uptagrafft, garage; C. H. Richardson, remodel; Lloyd Mitchell, remodel; Uoyd Stevenson, J'airview ^th; Lewis Valen, Paulson; Shaw Construction Co., two homes in Paulson; C. R. Hcrbrandson, remodel; Mrs. Emma Shadlc and Mabel Oelkers, apartment - residence, auditor's plat; Clarence Welp, Ross; Dale Hansel, garage and breezeway; C. M. Conley, garage; K. K. Fillen warth, garage; Glen Story, porch; Gordon Yager, Maplocrest; Moller and Jones, apartment, au- ditor'fl plat; Roland Fapre, addition; Mrs. John Rogers, garage; Ohiund, garage; Henry Paulson, rr-modcl; Raymond J. Kiefer, garage; Shaw Construction Co., John Graff, garage; Weston Rog- er.s. remodel: Jo.ise Co.x. garage: R. W. Twigg, garage: Norman PiUilson; George Brandt, garage: J. L. Powers, addition; R. M. Shonkwiler, Fagre addition; Eugene Peterson, garage; P. A. Johnson, addition; Lloyd Stevenson, Falrview 4th. « * « PERSnTS GRANTED to date in 1952 and additions where new homes will be built include Adam Bieber, garage; Ina Miller, garage; Bernard Hassel, basement; C. R. Dunlap. addition to home; Thomas HiUestad, addition; M. J. Hood, addition; James McKay, addition; Leslie Stover, addition; Moller and Jones, Fairvlew 4th; Frank L. Doughty, addition; Monroe Zufall, addition; Harold E. Brazee, addition; Otis Woods, addition; Urias Uptagrafft, garage; M. L. Wickersheim, garage; Walter Reierson, garage; Arnold Mouritsen, porch; Moller and Jones, Paulson; M. F. Barrett, porch; Moller and Jones, eight homes in Cains* addition; William Scharlepp, garage; and Jack B. Hunt, garage. Esther\ille, la., Dnily .News Fri., May 16, 1952 13—A TlIK CENTURY .lolvfs the closot probh-ni by hnving H'OMO of the wardrobe type In thu bedroom.'!, othcrH in tho rntrnnii 'H, Including a large closet for storage of card tnblr.t, sewing machine • nd other household equipment. Traffic in the Century Is confined to the hull whUh nwikr'.i it unnecos.sary to reach one room through another. Privacy Is a.n- «ured for every single room. There is a full basement, a largo dining space in tho kitchen and three bedrooms. Other features Included in this house aro the wood-burning fireplace, picture window and rece.ised tub. Plans call for an exterior finish of wide siding. The roof is intended to be of asphalt shingles. Overall dimensions are 36 feet by 36 feet. Total floor nrea nquals 1173 square feet, while the complete cubage of the Century unounta to 22,874 cubic feet. For further information about THE CENTURY, write the Small House Planning Bureau, St. Cloud, Minn. Your "Built-lns" Are Sure To Please When They Are Made to Order That's why you want to be sure to specify to 1*' Kitchen Cabinets Built-lns Cupboards Fixtures construct your cabinets, built-ins, etc., to fit your specific individual needs. Come in and discuss your cabinet work requirements. F. H. A. Home Improvement Loans Cover Kitchen Modernization. Inquire about this plan. Hansen Wood Service "We Make Any tiling in Wood''
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