The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 15, 1939 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 15, 1939
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f, Atmt)St IS, 1939 Caruthersville Society — Personal l Y. w. A. Girls Attend House I'arly at Dc\(cr . Misses Dorothy Ann Ncwsom, Marie Lynn, Christine Collier, Jane Mccianalian and her house guest, Mfss Roberta Harrington of Bast, St. Ixmls, ill., accompanied by Mrs. Dorroh, spent Friday nncl Saturday in Dexter, Mo., where they were guests nt the annual suthrner house party fcr Y. W. A. girls In Southeast Missouri. The party began with a dinner at 0:30 Friday evening, a bunking parly that night and sunrise breakfast and devotional period Saturday morning, The girls had the opportunity of hearing the State Young Pecple's Director, Miss Collier, 8ta« W. M. U. sccrelary, Mrs. True nnc| Mis? Alice Wong. Chinese student a{ Baptist Bible Institute In Now Orleans, La. Miss Wong proved to be n very Interesting speaker and the girls all received an inspiration from her. They returned h,me late Saturday afternoon •* * 4 Ladies Aid Society Meels Members of the Ladies Aid Society of the Baptist, church met In the dining room of the new building Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Charles Dorrch, who was to have been hostess, was called out of town, but she planned the meet- Ing lor the clTurch nntl sent, refreshments. Following the devotional pericd Mrs. J. L, James, Mrs. D. 1C. Poster and Mrs. W, P. Robertson gave interesting reports of different phases of their trip to the recent Baptist World Alliance held in Atlanta, Ga. A shcrt business scsjtcn followed after which a delicious dessert course was served. Is Hostess To Club Mrs. Glynn Vandivort vests hostess to her two table Friday After- notn Bridge club at her home on Cotton Avenue last Friday afternoon. Mrs. J. H. VanAusdall held high score and received hosiery. A refreshing fruit drink uas served during the afternoon and following the games the hostess served an attractive dessert plate. * « » Bid and Bye Club Meets Mrs. L. D. Chauvin, Mrs. Ous McAllister, Mrs. Amzy Caldwell, Mrs. Vester Bush and Mrs. E. L. Bradshnw were guests last Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Clayton Schultz cntertaine'd her club. itrs. Ed Huffman held high among the club members, Mrs. Chauvin was second high and Mrs. Amos'Recker cut for consolation. Mrs. Vester Busli held high among the guests, Mrs. McWUsteiJi cut-/or consrlation and Mrs: Bra'dsVaw was awarded' the traveling prize. The hostess served an iced fruit drink during the afternoon and at the conclusion of play ice cream and cake were served. . * * * Business Circle Meets, Gives Shower for Member '.The Business Girls' Circle bl the Presbyterian, Auxiliary met last Thursday evening with Miss Grace Eleanor Ridgley. Miss Mary Lucille DeReign gave the devotional and Mrs. Chas. Rid?ley had charge of the program. Following the brief business sessfsn the members gave a miscellaneous shower for one of the number, Mrs.-Fred Henley, the former BernJce Chiltcn. The host- ess served Ice cream nnd cake fol- hostess served !ce cream, cake nhci !c wing (ho social hour. grape jiiice. ' ' ' I • • • Miss Mary Tipton Ross, who has Has Club I'arly. spent the summer in Evamlon, II)., Mrs. Dewnrt Smith and Mrs. where she attended the summer scs- Ralph Hall were guests of Mrs slcn tit Northwestern University, Ycyou, Earls when she entertained arrived Saturday and will spend her Tuesday Bridge club tost the remainder of the summer with week. ' her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Q. Mrs, Johnnie Rhodes was pre ; Ross- sentcd a baking dish tor high score Mr. and Mrs, J. G. Holland cf award and Mrs. Smllh was given Blytheville drove up Saturday at- n salt and pepper set for low PAGE THfclJE CEPAIC AND REMODEL - ternooit for their son, Jclm Ho!- score. The hosicss served iced fruit games and land, \viio Is employed at the Southeast Missouri Compress. ,....,... muma me games «iui ni Mr. and Mrs. Lecn Scolt spent lne close of Hie iiftornoon she Sunday in Memphis where, they served plnenpple sherbet nnd eoot- vlsltecl with Miss Helen Green, who lcs Is visiting with relatives In that city. John Slltner spent the weekend In Holccmb, Mo., where he visited with his parents. His brother, Rex wun ins parents. His brother, Rex ""»• vimnes AKcrs of Salem, Sittncr, drove him home Monday '"•• ls t'" 8 Ruest of her brother, and spent the day here. -ui spuut uie uay acre, "»i»i Mrs. Bui-ten MoflHt spent the J(ls3 weekend In Portngeville, Mo., as Iiv ' the guest cf her mother. Mi-. Mof- , o., s . , the guest cf her mother. Mr. Mof- Mlss Mm'lha Lee of llen-ln, 111., fitt drove up for her Monday even- a ! c Ule sucsts of friends nnd rel- iiig. iiuves here for n week. Mrs. Raymond Cain and Mrs. Maricn Barrow left Saturday for McComb, Miss., -where they spend two weeks with their parents ° c ™«sly 111 at the home of anotli- nd friends. «^«a\ightei\ _Mrs. Alpha Chandler. MALARIA Tilays an it relieves COLDS --jqtilJ, Tablets Salve. No,. Droii,."" 1 " 1 """ " rst - 1 "' Trj- "Knb-My-Tisni"-» Wonitorlul Linim Child Can Add Up The Savings You Get On Firestone HIGHSPEED TIRES BUY A SET OF 4 FOR ONLY S| 7C Per f.f«| A veck * PHILLIPS MOTOR GO. Ellis Snipes, Budget nlgr. 5th & Walnut Phone 810 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hustcdde drove to Memphis Sunday. Mrs. Husteddc's niece, Mtss Dorothy Durham, accompanied them and took ft train there fcr El Paso, Texas. She has spent most cf the summer IICJM. Miss Stella Hooper of Me^ihls, who has spent the past two weeks here ilth relatives, left Sunday for her home. She acccinpanled Mr, and Mrs. Guy Hustedde to Memphis. Mrs. Fred Watklns and daughter, Shclia, of Topcka, Kan., who have been visiting here with her mother for several weeks left Monday fcr her home. Miss Charlotte K. Miller of Columbia, Mo., arrived Tuesday and began her duties at the Democrat- Argus office. She svill fill the place left vacant by Mrs. Fred Henley. Miss Patricia Ncff, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Ncff of East Eighth street, is spending this week in Memphis as the guest of Miss Patricia Sheltcn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ridgley and daughters, Miss Jessie and Margaret Nclle spent Sunday in Memphis. They visited with Floyd Ballard at the Veterans Hcspital. Miss Peggy Jones of Blythevillc is the guest of Miss Evelyn Acuff and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. '. Acuff. Mrs. Johnnie Garrett and Miss Jessie Ridgley spent Monday in ,i?mphis shopping. Mrs. W. N. Fisher, Miss Nannie Garrett, Mrs. Dyer Byrd and Mrs. J. S. Wahl spent Sunday in Cape jlrardeau. Mrs. Wo-d Taylor of Bernte, Mo.,, arrived Sunday and spent until Wednesday as the guest of the Misses Nannie and Pauline Garrett. W. J. Peck and daughter, Betty Lou, Mrs. W: V. Robinson, Miss Elizabeth Feilds and Mrs. Myrtle Humphrey drove to Memphis Saturday. Mrs. Humphrey remained there at her hrmo but the others returned that evening. Mrs. Mea B:s*ortu moved Monday to the Dillman Apartments on West Fourth Street. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henley have taken an apartment in the Lacey Apartments on East Seventh street. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal and Southern California. The hostess served course with Iced tea. salad Mrs. Burns Is Hostess (o Club. Mrs. Tom Burns was hostess to her Jolly Eight Bunco club nnd The son born to Jvfr. and MrS 3. l>. Wagstcr last week hns been lamed Samuel 1-afayctte Jr. Mrs. Charles Akcrs of Salein, Your Home Dallas Litlle, anil Mr. and Mrs! Frcrtdfe Simmons niiitl sister, Mrs. 1. G. Bruce, of Kelser, was here Friday to visit her mother, Mrs, Kate chandler, who 1ms bcevi 111 nt the home of anotli- Mr. and Mrs. U. J. piu s and "lilldrcn returned to their home In Sharron, Teiin., Friday after a week's visit here with relatives. Mrs. L. c. Spencer was called to Memphis the latter part of the week to be wilh her mother, Mrs C. N. Banders, who Is at the Baptist hospital. Her condtllon was serious at that time but she is some lictter now, Elwood Brown look Mrs. Spencer to Memphis nnd she will remnln Uicre until hei mother Is able to return to her •ome In Joiner. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Young, ol Keiser, spent last weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. W. p. RIddick Mrs. Alpha Chandler was a visitor In Blytheville Saturday. Jonesboro To Hold Crippled Children Diagnosis Clinic Crippled children from Mississippi County will be examined at a special diagnostic clinic of the Crippled Children's division of the State Department of Public Welfare to be held In cooperation with the Jonesboro Rotary club on Thursday, August 24, at Jonesboro beginning at 9 o'clock that morning at the Community Center, •tarvin L. Crittenden, head of the local welfare office, announced today. Eleven Northeast Arkansas counties will send children to the clinic that day for examination and recommendation by the doctors serving at the clinic, John n Thompson, state Welfare Commissioner, said last week.' These conditions are Clay, Craighead Crittenden, Cross, Greene, Jackson Lawrence, Mississippi, Polnsett Randolph and Woodruff. "Splendid cooperation Is being extended the welfare department In these counties by medical societies, health units,-'interested individuals and organizations," Mi- Thompson said. He also explained that crippled children at this clinic would be examined, and recommendation would be made concerning their condition. He further stated that .examination did not mean immediate admittance to hospitals became of IHe lack of funds for the division. After the children arc examined, their names will be placed on a watting list together with recommendations for their treatment and they will be admitted for treatment as rapidly as possible. Various crippling conditions wll. examiner) at the clinic, both Cook Club Meets. There was a very large attend- ^ ^i.ijuncu m. me cimic, uoih ance at the regular meeting of the orthopaedic and plastic. Among Book club at the home of Mrs. lllcse are poliomyelitis, osteomy- Carl Sheeley Wednesday niter- elltis, bone tumors and Infectious noon. • bone diseases, cleft palate nnd hare Mrs. L. E. Cooper gave a report Up, club feet and others. on her recent tour of the western Anyone who has a crippled child states which included Carlsbad and is Interested in having him Caverns, Texas, Boulder Darn, present at this clinic is asked to Grand Canyon, San Francisco make application at the welfare World's Fair, Yellowstone Park office here and further information can be received. Refuses Firefighting Aid To Nearby Towns "*- j <fifuj 4j.*5,it ixiiity ciuo wiu BELLEVILLE, III., Aug. 14. The two guests, Mrs. Fred Vaughn and city council this week instructed Miss Jo Wright, ol her home in its fire department to ignore out Cooler Thursday night. of town alarms, except those coin- High score prize at bunco went ing from the county hospital gov- to Mrs. Tom Perry who also re- eminent buildings or cities ' asso- cclved traveling bunco; bunco elated with Belleville in inter-city award went to Mrs. Vaughn and low score to Mrs. Bill Russell. Tho When your husband (or wife) gets cross,ugly and grouchy; when he fire service. The Belleville department thus is barred from answering alarms in rural and certain small town districts for the reason districts favored have declined to pay their share of the most of such services. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF • THE UNITED STATES FOR. THE JONESBORO DIVISION OF THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS. th'. u V au " W11 5 1 1° cwlec ' thc C 8gs, IN THE MATTER op G HER- g&MfcM? %$» ° KN r^ v*™*^- f^U^lSfflSSt^SSK ,, T ° >< r>><" the above All he may need to set him straight llsm ™ bankrupt of Blytheville In n i n < , c , calomel, or better still, the county of Mississippi, Division „„ .? £ Improved calomel com- and Dislrict aforesaid a bankrupt tnkmg nptefsure 01 """^ calomel- Notice is hereby given that on' ^$\&^&°^ «Tdft :ars,E pa lure to expel the sour, stagnant p ' and l " e nrst meeting of the Biieanrt Cashing it out of the system, creditors will be held at my of- o li °' '"'? Caiotnl >s at bedtime with lee in the City of Jonesboro in » gias., oi water,—that's nil. Next said District on Au» 24 '"'" which time trie attend, prove their ..„„ t, u t a lrustce ' examine -• «• <•>•• «"• i»/iiit you wish and go Inc Bankrupt and transact such ibout yourjvork or pleasure. I other business as may properly >ld only in come before said meeling. Becomes Integral Part o( Hoyse In Present Day iCONSTRUCTlON-KQUlPMENT REMODEUNO Linoleum c'oniers home owners tolerate the n d,v r n 5 ' <' C n ( " old The garage of today hns einerg- „„•,,„,„ ., ed from Its place of obscurity on n mcets ,,.„ rear-yard nlley and hns become 11( | , nn Integral part of the house. Oc- | MH)1 , \ ..„,.,„,.,,, . . --" cupying this new position of Im- KM? i ?i l nyl " B portance It has fallen in line with Z, S.'urn r" ".M Ot bmss sll ' ll>s Improvement in housing design u,,.,"" 11 " 1 '"""'"! for "Us purpose. (II it lifts become a modern efficient I , uv,,.,," " ;,„, structure with n definite cohtrlbu-1 j«roclivi!,,f ' ,*,, \ , , • , , (ion to the comfort and convenience \, ro \m ni i?f P t Ilglltlll1 " fr rots '" of the home owner. IwldoK. ,, i, • ,^" 1C '"'* bco " One'of the most Important devol- ' *'. V- .I. 1105 ' 10 ""! .'» "cent years, opmenls In garage desieu has been the automatic and rolling door. Available In many different styles nnd makes, these ensy-opernllng garage doors mny be Installed In older garages which arc Joined to the house with (he llnnnclng ar - mi ^,,,, ranged under the Modernization L , ?. " Creillt Plan of (he Federal Housing Administration. Under this plan the money is advanced by private lending Institutions qualified by the FHA. Upward Action Popular One popular type of door used In residential garages opens upward. This \s ndvaiitageoiis In that it rises over snow, Ice, or swollen ground. H | s out of the way o! wind or car and permits the automobile and other objects to be placed within a fraction of an inch of the door. This type door operates by means of rollers moving on steel tracks or guides which arc mounted ou the jamb and extend back horizontally fro mthe lintel. One or more springs, connected to the door by n steel cable, accurately counterbalance the door. These doors cnn be obtained to operale mrinunlly, mechanically, or electrically. Sections can be solid or arranged for glass, the latter having the added advantage of admitting light. Opcralu Electrically Many types of gavnge doors can be equipped with electrically operated devices which cause liie door to open or raise when tile nittomo- bile passes over a driveway Driveway switch posts are nlatc. also popular, permitting the driver to operale the garage door by pushing a button. This makes It unnecessary to leave the car to open or close the door. Another type of garage door widely used Is that which works on the slldlng-foldlng principle. In this case the weight of the doors Is carried by hangers running In overhead trolley tracks, and when opened tiie doors arc compactly folded together and swing clear of the jamb-line opening. Somewhat-similar to the roil-up doors is the swing-up type, which arc one-piece doors designed on the pivot principle. These doors arc carried completely into the building, some makes of which reduce the height of opening only four Inches. The garage need be no longer than the car, as the door will operate with the rear bumper resting against It. New Style Faucets Are Ornamental Type Now Somewhere along the front foundation wall of virtually every home built In the past decade is an unsightly faucet topped by an even more unsightly handle. Although most home owners regard the front faucet as an eyesore, they value the service it, gives and decide to make the most of n bad situation. Front walls need no longer be marred by unattractive faucets, however, for operating valves are now being made that are hidden nnd operated with long handles. Another solution lies in the installation o! faucets having amusing animal-shaped handles. Faucets and valves may be Installed with funds obtainable from qualified lending Institutions under the Modernization Credit Plan of the Federal Housing Administration. too are u definite protection r " wt of mlcnuatc atalled In the window. Tiie liutnl- lallon does not 'require limcli Inbpr nnd the fun, operates without Interfering with (he window. Questions and Answers In myi home. What sl/.o should (hey be? A. Tiie slue and shape of a closet should bo suitable to Its purpose. nay be lost if the planting is scattered or placed in a haphazard manner. closets results "Second" Bathroom The "second" bath In « small liotnc Is often n desirable Uiliiu, Out II frequently offers 1( problem ,...{•... 11 uj *t-juits in wtistc space, However, DID door sh&uld uc wide enough to allow cnsy access to each end, Q. Is It necessary to htwo gutters and downspauUs on n house? A. Although they are desirable, Residence At Dell DELL, Ark., Aug. 15.—Two new residences arc being erected nt Dell Mr. and Mrs. M. w. Ivcwis and S. T. Freeman are each building ilx room houses, of frame constmo- lon. i mi rt . _ Inlng reds Is to go (o a reliable concern figure his needs. , „. "f •""•*'•'[, ».'* *imt,i ii£i(jtiat< till? iUwCi 'J;-, \^ »«>'t «' walls or the formation of puddles. The grade should bo sloped lo drain water away from- tho tonn- wi «c , lo rods may be „ oblnlnnble from quail ? lnslllutlDii,s under the from Hadtator Covers Many home owners question Ihc usu cf radiator covers because Ihcy feel the covers cause heat loss. Covers with openings at the bottom nnd grilles cither en lop or at the Itailhilur Shelves IJook shelves can lie mnile to conceal unsightly raillnlors. The shelves should be the same | height us the radiator, mid when possible the bookshelves should ex- ncross mi entire wall. When Is nt one end of the C11 " b ' . be built ut for balance. One crease convection heat. i in- mny Floor Resiliency Excessively springy floors do not liavc to be tolerated by the owner, for this condition ccui . - n . i n micj.lly be corrected without great i,' 1 1 ln , to hc f l "1 v °°™ cosl. The door shoul h ly ' !>llclvcs s!lollkl " ol "« qrmlincd lending Institutions ttmlcr the Modernization Credit Plan of (ho Federal Housing Administration. Such shelves ciccroiiRO the convection of heal. Unless the heat output of the radiators Mlh- r,v> °'"- tlle Delves Is more than fiuf- '"••'flolcnl lo heal Ihc room cost. The door should he examined by a competent carpenter, and the necessary repairs may be made with funds obtained from n quail- fled lending Institution under Iho Modernization Credit Plan of the Federal Housing Administration. One cause of doors spring...,, when walked upon may be lloor Jcists that arc too small or loo widely spaced. Floors that arc not Cold Floors Coltl floors are an Indication ot excessive heal leakage In Ihe buso- incnl. If (he home owner Is sure Unit, the windows fit well nnd arc closed, steps should bo taken to local* the source of leakage. arc'too small "nr'Tml Some effective Insulation may lie d PtoorsZ 1 n°? «l'P"ed «o the bottom of or be- Iwccn the joists of the first floor, thereby reducing Ihe heat loss properly braced with bridging usually have loo much resilience; however, nil wood floors have a certain amount of spring. Door Invisible Hinge.; hinges, except these of wrought Iron or brass in Colonial houses, arc generally not.consid- ered ornamental. Hinges are now available Hint arc completely Invisible, yet function einclenlly. Loose Balh Tiles Bathroom-floor tiles, If properly In Id,'do not loosen, but when tiles do become Icosc they can be reset. • •.As there Is no rcoiti to use -a fresh layer of cement, the tiles nray be attached lo the lloor with 11 mastic ot the nature of glue. Incinerators Incinerators which eliminate Hie unsightly and hard-to-cloan garbage can nre now being made for the private house as well as apartment buildings. These efficient home disposal plants may be Installed with funds obtainable from qualified lending Institutions under there. I'tnslcr Repairs Cracked, loose, or slalned plaster or other wall anil celling coverings should be repaired as (uilckly us possible lo prevent further ilam- ngc. The nvcnmc homo owner should consult a good plasterer or bulkier before making- the, repairs, for In attempting lo do the worlt without knowledge of plastering he may Increase Ihc damage. The .underlying cause of such cracks . should 1 be ascertained nnrt the condition remedied before repairing Ihc plaster, In order to keep the cracking, etc., from re- Chimney Tops Raise S ^^"T^cJr mrt. M O a metal strip on Iho roof ar Iho caves tinned np BO as to deflect water to the sides of tho dear. Q. In building n group of houses or apartments, is It good lo have n diversity Jn lyjx> of architecture In order to rivcld monolony? A. No. Urau|ieil dwellings should have nrchltcclurnl unity. Each structure should be rotated lo Ihc others In arrangement on the plot so Hint cucli unit complements tho others. Variety In size may be used to create accents, and various architectural details, so long as they arc cf the same clmraclcr, may bo used to avoid monotony. Q. is II unwise to build a house with nn unusual plan? A. A pltui which would appeal lo a great number cf people results In a house which Is more salable than an unusual one adapted lo tho peculiar desires or whims of nn Individual family. In general, a house of simple plan, hnvlttu ro:ms of desirable proportions ami n convenient nni) logical arrangement, will bc-'a sounder and more Insllng Investment thnn cnc of Ihe complicated nrrnngcmcuts of odd-shaped rooms which might not be In accordance with the likes and needs of mcst Inmtllcs. . What should bo considered In the selection of an efficient heating system? A. Tho type will depend of system chosci (1) adequate ca Brick Doorways Lend Charm To Home The elmrm nnd beauty of old Wininmsbwe c<m be captured for many Colonlnl homes through the Use of mCilded-ljrlck iloonvrrys, which lend Colonial Virginia authenticity to homes of early American design. The heretofore exorbitant cost entailed In reproducing these beautiful landmarks of a- bygone day for a special single order has been obviated by (heir construction now In completely assembled custom- built mills. Molded-, cut-, and cnrved-brlck dooirways of (he Wll- llnmsbiirif style may be Installed with funds obtainable from (junll- fleil lending Institutions'under Ihe Modernization Credit "Plan of the Federal Housing Administration. Dllfcrent' blends of clays permit the production of practically all Inlermedlnlo tones between white and black, making possible tiie color matching or duplication ol other Colonial brick masonry. Flush Doors Bring Modern Touch To Home The llush-lypq iloor, which pre- scnls n plain unbroken surface without paneling, first became pop-, ulur when associated with homes of modern design. Because .they harmonize with almost every typo of Interior decoration, they, are being wljlcly used to bring a modern appearance! to many older homes. Homes may bo equipped with (lush-lyno interior doors with funds obtainable from qualified lending Institutions under the Modernization Credit Plan ot the Federal Housing Administration. One of the outstanding advantages ol the Hush door, In addition to .. --. v.^,,^.. v , ti t jun v * / uMV-imtivv; vti- . . . ,,'<•• V* • • pnclty In relation to the severity of ilusl ,'"annol lodge on., Its plain •• - •• • •• smooth surfaces.- This makes .the the cllniaic; m the type cf hoifeo smootl1 surfaces.- This makes .the mul lls elfcct upon Ihe heat-tils-'" 0 ? 1 ' snnllnr J' <"»« easy to clean or elfcct upon Ihe hent-dls- Irlbutlon system; (3) plan Inyoiit affecting Iho location of the equipment;- (-1) the quality of the construction of tho: house; (S) tho degree of convenience mill comfort demanded; (G) and- tlu> fuel lo be burned. Q. Should the planting around a house bo planned? A. Planting should be designed * • ••. i dfinvniy >IL tumvi I/U l.HJ.Slg[ IUU Draft Effectiveness to nffor(1 "" "UrncUve setting for The draft of a chimney may sometimes be effectively Increased by the Installation of chimney pots or tops. These devices may be Installed under the terms of the tiuuLuiu tvnuiuy ni^uiuuuns lintlCl "'"m-n miui;i niu tclll]!* Ul Uie the Modernization Credit Plan of' Modernization Credit Plan of the the Federal Housing Administration. Federal Housing Administration. Chimney pots are being made which add an attractive flnlshci Kitchen Fans Installallon of n kitchen fan to remove cooking odors 'from Ihe kitchen need not be cither u difficult or an expensive thing lo do, according to the Federal Housing Administration. . fans available There are now that may be n- TERM I NIX TERMINATES . TERMITES BRUCE-MEMPHIS paint. Regular styles of hardware may be used with doors of the flush KXfKKT ELECTRIC WIRING KKilUTIFUIj LIVE OF ELECTRIC FIXTURES Electric Ranges ami Water Heaters WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP 110 So. 2nd I'hone 318 appearance to modern resilience, by providing a root line In harmony with the rest ol Ihc home They arc now available In a 1 variety of new styles lo conform to any type of architectural treat mcnt. Five-Room Houses Almost half of the new homes given as security for mortgages insured by the Federal Housing Administration in 1938 were five- roo mhouscs, over nine-tenths con- Mined four to six rooms, and less than 1 per cent had more than eight rooms. mornlne vrf,, ,' - . a7cl "XffiJ y ^r e hcad C is c eT "' J?, "' m - « wlllch time the s four spirit brigl/tand 5-ou are feel- " c ?' tors ™av attend, prove th jus-flue with a hearty anoctitc for c!alms > appoint a trustee, exam breakfast. Eat what you wish and go lhc bankrupt and transact s ib package only QUALITY SAND & GRAVEL AT THE RIGHT PRICK ALSO ALL GRADES C6AL Phone 700 or 372 SUPERIOR COAL CO, ler'a. (Adv.) F. 0. MULLINIX, Referee hi Bankruptcy. LET YOUR INCOME BE YOUR GUIDE Whether your requirements be a small home of moderate cost or a mnnsion, we arc prepared lo give you complete hnililing serv- "ice, including ncgotiad'ons for your FHA loan. Don't ivail any longer to build. Conditions arc favorable right now. Consult us. THE ARKMO LUMBER CO. Phone 40 Quality Service Stop Wishing You Can Build Now FHA Rale Ciif ID W z %— 25 Year Home Loans J\lny Now Re Secured for $5.81 per Month ner 11000. These Are the Most Favorable Financing Terras Ever Available to Home Owners. We Furnish Everything But the Down Payment. Talk It Over With Us Today. E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER CO. PHONE 100

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