The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1946 · Page 6
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BI.YTHEVIM-E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY; MAY H, BETTER HOMES Slice Problem Iconic Owners Often ' Going fa Waste Colorful Slipcovers Transform Into Attractive Lounges . Ov«r -crowded fiupilie* in searcn of Mni«r living quarters face n ft^roftftbK barrier in the Uousln-; shortace Finding a t bigger place to' mo\t into Is- often diflicult or ustpo^slble without the aid of a qi^giife wand An easier form ot IBM"!, and one that r*Uy waits. -... If the addition ol on* ;or more 9. , ? rooms to the old-houie. I :A tome with an unfinished attic hiK space for an extra bedroom or two, ;'a recreation room, a (ten or living room, or even 'complete living quarters Jor a small family. Sloping walls, exposed rafters and chimneys and;" other undesirable features can be concealed by goon planning^ Modern materials will no the job and provide sturdy, attractive walls and ceilings at the same"'time. V Cheerful Atllc Rooms Utilization of allic space depends, of, course, on its area and layout. ; Sloping walls need be no detriment^ if they aie properly handled./. They' should not slope to within less than four feet from the ttpor. The location of the vertical "portion of the walls will determine the width of the room. Ceilings should be placed to givo at fjast six-ahd-.l-hair Thanks to new trends in sleeping equipment, today's bedroom* have taken on a '.smart slipcovered look. Fabrics In a wide variety of colors and patterns ore providing'a decorative air which is in pleasing contrast to the dull, unimaginative formality of' the past. Slipcovers In the bedroom are a result of the swing to the sprlnns- on-|e$s type of bed. This ted, lack- Ing the conventional head and fool, when appropriately covered gives the appearance of an attractive, Honeybees Off for Early Start And Record 1946 Production C. L. Thaxton, III, West Syca-. like" Mavor. other honey flows more, of the ' McLester-Thaxton' this section may be produced froln Apatries of BlyCheville. has set the clovers, alfalfa, vetch, buckwheat pace for beekeepers of Arkansas in fcel of head room. Rooms ncldc<l in the attic may ba ,,,,,,,., made as cheerful and attractive as' „,.",,„„' any others in the house. Walls and "....Ti"" ,. for example, cnn be built of, insulating board, which is obtainable In a pleasing factory flu- Isli or may be painted any desired color. Froin that jx>int on it's merely u matter of good taste in decorating and furnishing. Insulation Needed Attic rooms, because of their location, should have ample Insulation and ventilation. The use o{ insulating board, which Is an Initiation as well as a struclur.il material, helps to keep the attic cooler in summer and warmer In winter. A finished Insulated allic, in fact, will make the whole Uousr: more comfortable through the j year. I Insulating board can l>e used in, Jarge sheets, four feet wide and up to ten feet long, or in planlc j and tile shapes. It can be grooved,' stenciled, paneled or painted 'to achieve a wide variety of decora- seven \ tive effects. joomy (ounge. In fact, II double; | honey production up to the present date foi IMS when he harvested approximately 10 pounds ur new honey from each of his hives tills week. He left approximately tw6 lons'lhat wfls not, sealed. 1 '' Some hives produced much more ' than others. While this Is only 10 pounds per colony to date II was [jointed out that the average for the state Is 27 pounds for the whole year and put few beekeepers ever get any surplus honey before the last 6? July. "We begin to realize then that Northeast Arkansas has pos- for aplarculture thaf Ii nowhere else In the South," Mr. Thaxton said. Source' of this honey Is wll|ow and tupelo gum and Is of a' very heavy consistency, light in color, and of a line, delicate RAT WML FINISH tor one when It is not uehnj for sleeping. The homemaker may either buy or make the slipcovers. She muy j select the lyp« which has a dmt, fiiflle tu fit between the mattress] nnd' bedspring and n cii)> to It imuuly over the mattress. When It's bedtime, all she hud to do Is the cap—the dust ruffle remains to give'the bed a finished ap])earance. Materials Still Scarce She "lay prefer >the kind that's made, in one piece, ivith side flaps . '.slUche.4 down as far as the bed- j slbllllles springs and box plaits.In tho cor- excelled nets.' Or she may simply 'use n large hemmed rectangle of ninterl.il to cover the entire bed, with the edges touching the floor. Slipcover materials arc not yel plentiful, but a little shopping probably will locate some antique satins, American linens, felts nnd damasks—a few fall cloths, printed cottons and chintzes. Before long, it [5 expected, the fabric supply will be back to normal In quantity, beauty and variety. Sprlngs-on-legs beds aro preferred by many honiemakers because, without having to buy n bed- frarnfj, they can invest more money In getting the best grade of springs niul mattress to insure restful sleeping comfort. The elimination of the bed-frame also means a saving of 230 .square Inches of floor space )>er single bed. Moreover, through thetr use the bedroom becomes a place, for around-the-clock living. vine, cotton and wild Ast«r. several flows continue at' Intervals until frost. '. ' ' One feature worthy of note la that many of these highest producing colonies were purchased by the owners from betkeepers who did not derive one penny - of income from them l»*t season on account of poor management. They bid fair to produce as much as 200 pounds per colony In 1946. L. cduced by An Interesting event transpired recently when Governor Ben Laney turned the first »pade full of soil for the new commercial 'cucumber Industry launched by the Catholic colony near Subioco in ix>gan county. The priest heading the in. dustry, Father 'Molce, Immediately set out to develop, as a companion Industry, apiaries In the colony sufficient 'for pollination of the cucumbers. He stated that any such Industry was a failure from the start without honey bees for pollination. The ukulele was reproduced by the Hawaiian* from the guitar In- PorUifeuese traders. The patent for barbed wire used ns fencing was granted in America in 1814. ' Made by "The Oldeit Mixea f£rint .tfouie in America" i^j TJiis wall finish Is an oil-bos* j*alnt suited to inside walls and callings, on piaster, metal, con- bricfc or wood: Covers ,' vqtt;mth on* coat Butonnew- fy^plaslerecl walls a hfsl coal 1 of Yane.Cal»«rt'» PIGMOJTf D WALL PRIMER ii advisable. W It is «asy to apply I>ri« with a beautiful luiteiles^ finish — no ' qloss o^ .shine.. Eleven pastel • »had«sand whU«.Ihaaiaii«your Tooau wiUi'1oa«s OB harmonious 01 a musical chord. V. Come' in See the maiveto'ua FOR SALE 225 Gal. Fuel Barrels Complete With Steel Racks for Oil Heaters We Stock and Install All Plumbing Fixtures Jess W, Provence 127 East Vine Street Plione 2719 rolar combination* E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. Smq/fer Homes Feautured In' Magazine tor Builders "Your 'Own Home," the first mnenzinc to be devoted entirely to infonrmtlon for the guidance :uul protection of iwospccttvc small- home owners, will beijln publication monthly with the June 194G issue which will lie on snlc tomorrow nt ncwslnnds throughout the United States. Millions of veterans' families nnd others nrc nnxious to build homes of their own, now Ihnt the'recon- version period Is nl hnml, but nre stymied for lack of proper advice and informntion. nccordlng to V. S Fox, Industrial engineer and publisher of lh c rnngnzine.r -For thnt reason every issue wll fentnrc from 15 to 30 complete sketches nnd floor plans of homes modelled by prominent architects to cost up to $8,500 nnd affording maximum cubage. The periodical will also contain articles lellrnu in non-technical language how to go about building one's own home, from the earliest planning singe to the interior riec- oraticn. The articles will cover such problems as repairs, remoclelliiMj, licnllng and ventilation, landsctiu- jns; nnd financing. FARM LOANS t/ / Pitmpt RAY WORTHINGTON Srrvinj; This Section for 21 Years US So. 3rd, WylhfvlUr, Ark. . TU r.. I.. till l^iwn C i iij V Tune In Prudential Frocram Sunday at 4 p.m. over WREC Spring Cleaning Suggestions 319 W. Ash Phone 551 SLEIPLESS NIGHTS MEAN PULL, PEP-LESS DAYS •Your attic is to blame for many a sleepless night! The hot attic air, trapped throughout trie night, acts like a furnace on the whole home. Expel this hot air— draw in cool night air—and you'll sleep like a top. •RiEZ-AIR Fans Bring Comfort to Ivery Room It's easy . . ; economical, too. Install a Buffalo Breez- Air Fan in the attic. This quiet large capacity fan turned on after sundown quickly forces put the hot air in the attic and throughout yojir home—draws in the cool night air through the windows below. You have an i n v igoratirig breeze in every room. You sleep in cool comfort. Call us for free estimate on the . proven idea in home cooling. From $49.95 up FHA Terms—No Money Down Adams Appliance Co., Inc. . . J. W. AoaiM, MfT. Successors to Hardaway Appliance Co., Inc. Phone 2071 206-08 West Main Why Does Iron Rust! Cool This Summer • . i with a HUNTER-CENTURY FAN New Paper Cleaner Boon To Busy Housekeepers Wall paper cleaner cnn do more inn just clean walls. It Is an eHl- ent cleanci to use on many other per and fabric surfaces a,ro\uul he house. When dusting alone ni> Cr seems adequate for denning tops of books, try nibbing wall >aper cleaner over them. H works ell for nil except' gilt edged leaven. t's a boon, too, for cleaning the ats nvournl pictures and pholo- nphs. Home types of clolh window ades—water color shades and Hal lisa Holland shades—can alsq be caned most satisfactorily with all paper cleaner. Hard painted indes. pyroxylin shades, machine ted cambric shades and \)?ctied olland sliacies all have a water cpcllcnt finish. They can be washed itb soap and water. Machine aint.ed muslin shades may be rushed with a damp clolh or IOUKC. but. wall paper cleaner is Iso recommended for cleaning this 51>e of shades. BVNTU.'CENTII RY Bring Your Fan lie com for (a We on those future hat summer nights. I.et our engineers and mechanics install ;i Hunter Attic Fan in your home. No obligation for un accurate survey, residence or commercial. Attic Fan and the installation may be financed on FHA. No down payment, 36 months to pay. The Hunter-Century 21- inch Airspeed Pedestal fun is ideal for home or husi- ' ness. It will adequately ventilate a large space. Problems to Us. • ItABOWAfir (OMWNV "=» IT. ' fc_ - ... , ^ . , 2U M*ll| *THm *~ xr> »lOTMIWIUf, MKAMSAS Seed's • Harness • farm Siippli'e EAGLE STAMPS An XP-47J experimental plane mil by Republic, and recently csted at Farmingdale, L. I., be- ore Army ' observers, reached a peed of over 500 mph with just a conventional propeller drive. rcead Courier News Wunt Ad? Nn. 10 at of a Series Watch for them eath I'hone 2131 1M N. First We Furnish Everything COMPLETE For the Bathroom and Kitchen PLUMBING ELECTRIC PUMPS SEPTIC TANKS WATER HEATERS There is little pure iron found on earth. Occa- sionally a pure meteor falls from the heavens, qnd this is practically pure iron. Iron ore is merely oxide of iron, or iron rust. It is something which definitely shows the influ- ence of water on it. We must take it to the mill qnd subject it to certain treatment in order to convert it into the iron and steel of commerce. The moment we expo|e it agqjn to moisture, it starts resolying 'itself again into the form in which it was'mined—rust. If iron or steel could be kept absolutely dry it would, not rust, so steps must be taken to bar moisture insofar as we arc able. The common», -' est and most effective method is to cover the metal with a protective coating of paint or simi- lar preservative. WALLPAPER Many new patterns in stock—Finest Duality yt Reasonable ('rices. FLOORS New.Floors Installed.—Old Floors Jtetinished— Guaranteed — Quality Workmanship — Modern Machines — Floor Wax and Cleaner — Was Applicators and Brushes — Machines Rented.' PAINT Distributor for Benjamin Moore Paints and Knaniel — Plenty of Outside While of the Finest Quality. . TIME PAYMENT PLAN Our Properly Improvement Plan is for Your Convenience ' — All Labor and Material for Property Improvement Furnished — NO DOWN PAYMENT — Up to THREE Yeats to Pay. DECORATIVE FELT v 28c per roll Beautiful Patterns and Colors — Can lie pasted or'Tacked'— '• Eliminates the Need of Canvas — Adds Warmth — Perforated Edges for Convenience in Trimming. — Ideal for Walls and Ceilings of Farm Houses. TWIN BRUSHES Tampico — with Handle $1-89 Palmyra — With Handle $1.59 Takes 'the Drudgery out of Scrubbing — Has Wax Applicator — Attachments for Maintaining Your Hardwood, Tile and Linoleum Floors. ARGOSHEEN CLEANER Cleans Woodwork or any Painted Suri'ice Like Magic *— Hub on Cleaner, Wipe Off-— No'Rinse or Mess. 7 ox. Sire 59e 14 ox. Size $1.00 DEAL'S PAINT & WALLPAPER STORE Benjamin Moore Paints 101 So. First Nu-Kniinie) Paints Phone 4G9 MY FAVORITE PAIN 1 FOR THE KITCHEN! SHfKW IN-WILLIAMS This again illustrates the power of water Cheapest Commodity. -your BlytheviHe Water Co. BERNARD ALLEN, "Water I» Jfwr Cfteaptrt SEMI-LUSTRE WALL FINISH I 17 It'j the houstwixes' fivoritet Scmi-Luscre Will Finish Kivcs rich color >nd lasting oeauty'to kitchen, and bath* room walls as well as woodwork throughout the house. Amazingly washable... cuts , housccleaning time! WE SELL MIRACLE W LL FINISH ! 98 OAL PLANTERS HARDWARE CO., Inc. 1M W. KADI oNi

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