The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1947 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 29, 1947
Page 5
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TUKSLJAY, -Al'Kir, 2y, U BMTHEVILLE (AKK.) COUUIKK NK BETTER HOMES * impement Firm To Change Sites ^im^iys Farm Equipment Company Building New $10,000 Hcadauurters Hays Implement Company, now at Main and Franklin, will move '11 new headquarters ;il Walnut ami I'Yanklin in about a inontli '.vlu>n "if new building in house the firm's laifn <>niii|>ni(>iu -sales and service i f ; ciompll'U'd, Hiissell Hays, owner. :miuiiiiK'|.(t today. '''lie implement company's new IniilUiiijr will b« 11 40 by 120-foot ''liuc-un-e "f Qwmset-lypi' .steel con- Kti'iietion anil is lining built -it an estimated cost of from $101)00 to Sl:!.nu<). Mr. nays said. Half of ;!». m.'v,- building win be 'i-M'rj for a di.sgilay room and parts il<'l>anmeiil, anil lite oilier half '*i!l he USPfi as a repair shoii. H will have a brick tile and plate '"lass front. The foundation and flooring have been laid nii(] metal work will st'K'l Monday, Mr. Hays .said. ' Work is i'x)>i>cteil 10 be completed thr> liilter part. of next month or Hie first of July, he stated. 13i>n White i.s the contractor. The build- i"K permit for this construction was granted lust week. Olhur Permits Issucil A building permit was also granted last, week to Louie E. Isaacs for alterations anil general repair to U^ building housing jnc Isaacs, inc. ^addition lo interior work, the Subfloor of Square-Edge Boards Sometimes Best In summer homes which are uoi heated in the winter anil in year- around homes in moist climates, flooring engineers recommend ihe use of square-edge boards lor .sub- flooring. The boards should be laid abrmi one-eighth to one-fourth inch apart allow to allow lor possible expansion from absorption of moisture. In uuiklitigs whore the moisture content is low. tongucd anil grooved boards arc most salista;- tory, since llicy Join together tight - ly, adding structural strength. Experts empliitsize. however, that they should not be used if they will lie subjected lo undue expansion and contraction. Closest Anoint in the United Stall's to the north pole i.s located in Luke of Ihe Woods county. Minnesota. outside West wall is bemn coated with plaster stucco. Estimate)', cost of Ihe repairs was listed jit $li.UOO. Other building permits issued lasl week follow: To Mrs. Harry Lewis, for a five-room brick veneer residence at 408 West Park; estimated cost. $8.000. To Earn Jolins, for n two-room I tie composition drive-in sandwich stand at 360 South Division; estimated cost. $5.000. j To Ernest Halscll. for alterations and repairs lo a residence at • 1213 West Walnut; estimated cost, ' $10,000. To Fred Faught, for extension of a warehouse building- on East Main; estimated cost. $1,000. To w. J. Willingham, for a two- room -concrete; block battery shm> at fiio East Main; estimated cost, S2.0GO. Small House Stresses Space Modernize Your Bath can now buy beautiful, inexpensive vitreous china plumbing fixture* in limited quantity. ^ Call or Stop for Complete Information TE" The Plumber Phone 2731 ! ,VA*- •8y,*£iV~-« f }r?$vi-'» ft, W*5 > &i!in,WKUt C^ Trends in Community Govern Homo Values " Iwyjni. a house, „,. ),ui],||nj; one. i.u- prospective owner .should "'''•' ll >- whether ii !s "too Brtod" lor "'<• ''iiTimiuity as a whole and not it. MI iet i>.>M'i'\aiioiis In the imnu'ili- "•"' n ••T.ihjnrluind. f H'.e I'l'iir is high In relation lo IHIMI-, Hi,, inaimenance of Its viihlo l. be inir-.honaljle because »| t-on- iit adjtiMnn-ni lo | he character 01 i"'' neiuhborliiiod to a luwer eiiinimmitv i,.vcl. DepriTliition may >'e 'I"!'" rapid whiuv mi atlraetivc iH'l/.h.orlm,,,; [,; Mlm |] hl tMl> ,„ ,, • : "i''' iMimmiiiliy of luwer slanil- Sinllh as ndvocale, and A, p. Jones of JonesboV'j as slat.- warden. I The I'.l^iJ convex 1 Ion \vru awaril- ed lo Fort sin'ih. Nearly two-thirds of the I'lirth's surlui'e i s .still unexplored, since II lies al the bollom of our seas. Little Rock Man Heads Knights of Columbus ck i,, GROUND FLOOR, PLAN ; A SECOND FLOOR PIAN Sturdiness and durability are immediately sensed ij] the first casual glance at this home. Tlie brick-and-frame construction blends well anil ^ivos an air of largeness to what is really :i small and very compactly bliill residence. In Ihe floor plan n siirprisini! sp; Is achieved by the simple room arrangement. In plan, there are living room, kitchen, dinette, two bedrooms and bath and the possibility of anolher f;oo[i-si/i'd hrdi-oom 01- sludio np- slalrs. 'Ihe rooms are all adequate in si/e and in scale. Deputies Search For Lost Nose So Doctor Might. Sew It On LOS ANGELES. April ?.3. (Ul>l—.r A 15-year-old Birl who losl her | I nose anil the ilenutv sheriff:; wuo found il expect to Irani today whethcr it will brow back nn a«ai:i. The Kir] is Esther Vyonne Drunks, Tti!;lLwrjod, Gal., who^e entire nose was -sheared off in an automobile accident last Monday. 'After the accident, she \vas taken to the Park Eniergeney Hospital slid an interne sent Sheriff's Deputies C. O. Roth and w. V. On- dair back Id the s?onc of tile accident, to lumL for* hrr nose. H took 20 niinules of .searchi:itf before they found it in tlie dirt. or the old* conventionai Ark.. Aorll L>:i. M. Kr^Os i,l little heads tin- Sl.ui> 0,1111- Knilihls of Columbus, ful- his rr-i'l' l[on here vrslvr- llii'r ornut'i's ehiKi'ii Inrlud- Id'v. MsKr. Jo;e|ih ,\. Mur- l.illlc iioel; us rli.iplaiii; Kim: »f I'iiv Ulurf as trins- Ji'lm Mull-/, ii:' i><ii-n!u>;iln!i. '<•<•; 'I'liin Hl.^iKl !,f l-'url Dr. W. C. Grice Veterinarian BACK at Dell, Ark. Too Lafe to Classify For Sale ur i:iu-ljn>: .illliiit: l'< before tliev found it in the dirt. t:: r<i»m i ,.. w ,.n I,I,MU>,I , m i-.inu. Pour ho'nrs after tlie crash r>r. I ..'"!•.. rll r' 1 '" "•'•' ! •""> rimn-ii. r/i,-. G. J. s. liambo sewed the now! ; p,',!!";, 'I,','""'':,, ,,, oll ,., ,,;,. \, ,, hack on tlie shTs face. It Ir.uli ,:'i'l,.<i ivir..,!' 'ni''".t:;.i'«'''"-frmiK' r" Power Installations GINNERS: ^ Kdty) an eye on the future! Let our experts check your power units or in- stall new equipment NOW! Our Workmanship is Unexcelled! Get Our Estimate Before Letting a Contract! ^CHARLIE'S ELECTRIC SHOP in .] t; Illyllu hack on the siiTs face. It lr.ul been sliearcd off in a vertical line from forehead to mouth. ' '"""' .J.'J 1 ^" u ' c '" 1<K » 1 "' 1 . |M Dr. Ramo saiii he expecteil 10 ii l( .' i, ( ~ v know today—the fifth day after will. ..I'.' Ihn operation—whether a union ot Ihe grafted tissue with her face will Oecnl'. ! M<-.- In lin-l of Invvn \vi The girl's father. Ravmontt „.';';» : ;.-'' \ ''"''','\,'" *'''.' ,. ., Krooks. said he doesn't knov: how to th'ink the srriff's drjMities for making the oileralion jinssiblr. Deputy IGodair. \vho carried Mie revered no^e to the hnsjiila] in his band, saiii "I brushed the iliil off it a little so il would be more presentable." Idaho Village Smithies Help on Potato Crop IDAHO FALLS. Ilia. <UP1 - Tlie typical village, blacksmith here—in the heart, of Idaho's pntato producing acros—lias taken time out from shoeing horses to tinker to- frcthcr mechanical pvHaio picking machines, or "combines," as tlie natives call them. A survey by William n. Hatch, president Of the Bonneville County Farm Labor Association, shows, there are about as mam/ typ/'.s of machines as there are blacksmith shops- Hatch says the machines — which lake back-bcnriiu!: out of ! harvesting— are somewhat success' ful . . . hut still need improvement. , • ; r'.y Most combines nre essentially ex- \\v '•.! In vll. 'IV .11 f llfii For Rent 116 North First Phone 2993 ! Hardware Mutual « Insurance Company i of Minnesota ' Lari^e Dividend Savings I I.uw' Net Pruteetiun I For Service l J W. L. TAMKE i IOS E. Davis St.. P. O. Hox .131 ! riiiinc ^1S^ Hlyllicvillc, Ark. LET US MODERNIZE YOUR HOME OR OFFICE WITH SUPERB QUALITY Choice o! Wood, Aluminum, or Steel Slats. Wide Range of Beautiful Tape and Cord Colors lo Select From.—- Experlly Measured For And Installed Prompt Delivery - Order Now YOU WILL LIKE OUR SERVICE. AND WE KNOW YOU WILL LIKE K-M VENETIAN BLINDS DEAL'S PAINT AND WALLPAPER STORE "Your Wallpaper Style Center" 101 So. 1st p lumc ,] KEYS MADE Locks Opened ami Kepair- cd. Door Checks or Ovt-r- iltnnlH. Kin- Service Call JIMMY "Sl'KCK" HKOCK a I Chisum's Bike Shop 11!3 So. Thlnl KL RADIO REPAIRS 1 AND a DAY BEUVICR ON ANY MAKK OR MODl-il, RK- I.IAHLK WOHICMANSIII1'. PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver FRED CALLIHAN lOlot-lrical Appliance Co. Allltiurizeil IMutunila H:iilh) Hnlcs mill Service IOC Soulh First St. Tuiliiy's fri 1 *; iMCM Iti'cnril l:i)cs Ifi Mr. null .Mrs. .Ine Come To: U-DO-IT LAMHDRY ' With Those Dirty CloHitf.: Oiicn 7 a. m. Close 5:30 p. jp. " ''. 'I'liesiliiy uuil Tliuisday Nights 0|>«n Till 9 O'Clpck 323 North 2nd St. On City Property —For Purchasing, Refinancing or Making Improvements 41% Interest 20 Years to Pay FULL Pre-payment"privileges MONTHLY payments : include taxes and insurance ATTENTION FARMERS You Can Now Get 100% Coverage On Your Crops Against Hai| Storms! This nirty 1)0 n year of heavy Imil Klonns. We represent till! largest :>iul olilcsl Hail Slonn Insurance Company. anil willi Hie IniiliMt raliiiK. S)iiK>iiil repri'sentnlivi' will ho in Blyiheville and vi- cinily for a liniiloil lime lo lake »pplic(ilions wrili 1 or plume NOW for piirliculnrs — No ' UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY A. V. miCTRlCH, Miuiager . Over (iimrd's .l«we)ry S'.ore IMioiif 510 "lOvcry filing In Insurance" Terry Abstract & Realty Co. 21.'1 W. Walnut Abstracts of Title Telephone 2.'!S1 -Farm Loans CHAMBLIN SALES Sales — Studcbaker — -Service Curs mid Trucks of Outslandinjr Quality and Hconomy if Kxiu'i-l Aulo and Truck Service if if if Uolniilt Kl«;t.ric Wultlinn Ti'iifior Hcpiiir.s Wo S|irrliill7i< In Iriick si-rvici', any miilii', any model. <)i|r Palnl :ii»l lloily Simp Is nnniilclc . . . lirhijr your rar to fis fur itie ln'sl ;ill-;uoui)il win It iiiiy»-lii>r<>. (JDmpjelii' Lint u( Sludebaker 1'arls. utl'cr innki's, tuo! NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALJL ' — We Have Several Good Used Cars For Sale.— r CHAMBLIN SALES H. II. «: Ash Sis. LUX CHAiMULIN Phone 2105 HILL CIIAMRLIN. NOV/ AVAILABLE TO THE PUBLIC! IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ON THE AMAZING AEROSECT MIRACLE INSECTICIDE A POUND BOMB CONTAINING ENOUGH GAS FOR TOO AVERAGE ROOMS Just Turn On Valve For Seven Seconds! i* Non-roisonous ISoinb rnnsfruclcil Fnr ItrRl! Nn IMask Ni-cilril \Vill \ol (!onl:iinnin(p J-'ooil Demand This NON-TOXIC AEROSECT BOMB THE SAME INSECTICIDE USED SO SUCCESSFULLY BY THE U.S. NAVY Kills flics, mnsc|uilnc5. liens, silvcrlisli, anls, roaches, bedbugs, mMhs anil nlhrr ttii;Kly t cra^vly or lio]t|iiiiK iiisccls. Safe for Humans, And Animals Ideals for Homes, Restaurants, Hotels, Dairies, Stock Farms, Office and Apartment Buildings I'hnnc or Mail Your Order for Immediate Delivery HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. 2U West Main Phone 2015 GATEWOOD GROCERY Phone 975 Ark.-Mo. State, Line on the left at Uie Arch 1 1 \<L rt. ,rt. 5th 7 Crown '. . . . 1.35 2.65 4.15 Kinsey 1.35 2.65 4.15^ Schcnley 1.35 2.65 4.15^ Philadelphia 1.35 2.65 4.15: Three Feathers 1.35 2.65 4. Hill & Hill 1.40 2.75 4.40 Old Taylor 4.35 6.90 Four Roses 2.85 4.50 Beer per Cose $3.35 J8 GAS, reg 17.9c; Ethyl 19.9e; Cigarettes per carton $1.55.-x SEED SOYBEANS CERTIFIED IMPROVED ARKSOY EARLY MATURING ..Foundation 1 Slock—Direct From Hreeder Recent lost proved yields 3 to 5 more bushels per acre and stands up bolter than Ralsoy. BlythcviNe Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 856-857 BOATS FOR SALE Made in Blythcvillc by MIKE MERONEY CYPRESS and PLYWOOD The iilcnl boat for (lie liij; I.ske area. Hamlmaile, sturdy conslrurtinn—only (he hcsl materials arc used in these bolts. See them NOW! Now on Display al The Blyriieviile Motor Company Today's Water For Tomorrow's Pep If 5'ou feel rundown, if your system seems sluggish, drink the celebrated Mountain Valley Mineral WnUT—il is a natural airt for faulty assimilation and elimination. Mountain Valley assists the kidneys, stomach and bladder to function properly. Pure- tnsling . . . not a laxative. Call or Write Today for Free Booklet CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Dlvhton BlfthniUe, Ark.

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