The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 28, 1946 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 28, 1946
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IMG House-Hungry Folk Make Plans Average Residence Would Cost $7,300, Special Survey Shows. Native Stone one/ Vertical Siding Make Pleasing Effect DDT Being Flown to Houston, Texas Homc-Growii Yule Trcrs LINCOLN, Neb. <UP>—Nelmis- kans will celebrate Dec. 25, 195!, vlth home-grown Christmas trees f extension forcstei- Earl G. Maxwell of the University of Neprnsk.i las his way. Maxwell is optimistic Jibnul a >roject in Ilichardson county, .vhcre five fanners have planted DBS MOINES, la., May 28—Hnlf of Jhe house-hunpjry American families who rire definitely extrfet- ing to build new homes arc planning' to pay more than $7,300 for a six-room homo, n survey Ijy Better Homes and Gardens magazine disclosed today. That price, the mnenzine said, was -life median value and probably "too liigli for all builders" sigcC 'he survey excluded most famines planning very low cost hornet. .Survey results, however, showed that^morc than 14 per cent of those: questioned Qn "a notional basis, to determine "What America Wants to 'Build,' 1 planned homes -wcre^n the $5,000 to S10.000 range the $55,00 to $10,000 rnnga and -rnore than 18 l)er cent planned 3-iomes above $101000. FaSroritfe style of architecture is trie <5aiie Cod, choice of 33 per centSf all families. The so-called rancg house, wanted by 16 per cent-.which makes it second, has grown five times in popularity as compared with these families pre- •w&r J)°>'ses. The contemporary or "modern" type home wns next, Native stone set In random pat- planned by-12 per cent. I tern produces striking awl pleasing A '"distinct trend was shown :n 1 effects when used toijether with nitknlial 13.000 small Douglas firs. If they grow, the trees should be large enough in elf;ht years to .satisfy most people, lie says. X, Read Courier News Want Ads. FARM LOANS A 450 Ib. drum of KDT is loaded n board a Mid-Continent plane in Kansas C'ity for a special priority flight to Houston, Texas, to fifc'ht a polio epidemic The rail strike had held up the rcgul-.r shipment of DDT, iiinkirn; It necessary for clVy Health Officials of Houston to ask Tor a shipment by air. (NUA Telcphoto.) RAY WORTH INGTON Servinsr'Thi* Section for 21 Years 115 So. 3rd, . IMytlie.ville, Ark, Tfe rr«d«atiA] t»«jr»M« C*«t4»T •! Anwflu Tune in 1'rudenliiil Prrigram Sunday at 4 p.m.. over PETE IS THE 'LUMBEI Phone 2731 We Furnish 103 N. First KvorylhinR COMPLETE For tlic liathrnnm nncl Kitchen PLUMBING ELECTRIC PUMPS SEPTIC TANKS WATER HEATERS the "poll toward more widespread suburban living with almost unanimous insistance upon larger .grounds. ."iji you arc like the average AYnerican who is yearning to liulhl a'ho'tiss now," Better Homes and Gardens said, "yon are suffering from'^a sort of claustrophobia. Ycm wantHwicc as much ground around your'/new hoUKQ ns you now hnvc around your old. yon want to forsake jthe big .cities for the suburbs and 'the smaller cities for the rail fencesianct golden sunsets of the open country. ;"Of tliq people questioned. 14 per cent lived in large cities Only four per cent plan there; the rest -.are goinjr to the suburbs. And in the smaller cities they are moving out, too. One out of live"'is" heading for tlie dusty limes' 'and lower taxes of open ccmnlry.'" Tlie families survcyea are planning to-Pa'\ .50 per cent cloyri on their.^ifi'ew 'h'orhes. 'On -the' average Americans want three bed rooms; a 1 .good many would substitute [or one Jol them a combination study olid ;,gucst room. vertical siding. The front elevation of this home draws tuldcxi clinrin from the porch-like roof overhang, i Openness of planning marks the first floor layout, which contains n, streamlined living room, dinette and kitchen arrangement, as well as a lavatory and bedroon. Two good-sized bedrooms oncl a bathroom are located on the second floor, with good provision us to closet and storage space. i lie military personnel travelling', through the city and those living here. New York Publisher, J. M. Patterson, Dies Garage Now Integral Part Of the Home Arkansas Furniture Men To Hear Chicagoan ROCK, Ark.. May 28.— W. W. Morrison, merchandising con- sOltant- to the National Retail Pur- nitimf Association and recent winner of thA. Cavalier -All-American award for -outstanding qualities as a merchant; was here today to be the principal, speaker nt the two-day state,.;convcnti6n of the Arkansas Retail'*.' Furniture Dealers Association ^Which opened today. v Morrison, former Greensboro, N. C., retailer who Is widely known throughout the furniture industry for his progressive merchandising of Home .furnishings, will discuss color harmony ; ln the home, design in room ensembles, and other retailers' merchandising problems. Win. Hajpih, association southwest managing director, will also speak on the program, discussing "Visual Ideas for Modern Display," with a slide, film presentation of the best in furniture store design, layout anci display. ' Amis Guthridge, secretary of the Arkansas Retail Furniture Dealers Association, is the local chairman In charge of arrangements for the meeting which will be held at the Marion hotel and include luncheon and banquet sessions. Students of home building report pre-war, i there is an increased trend toward to build making the garage an Integral part of the house design. This may be done in one of several ways. The simplest method is to build an attached gnragc. It is economical because one wall serves for both the garage and the house. It is connected directly to the house by a' door, so 11 is not necessary to go outside when using the 1 ,car. •'•-..-.' In' a two-story house the garage may bo directly under a bedroom wing. In this construction it is Im- l>nr(nnt that the garage ceilings be Insulated, which may be done by plastering over insulating board Inlh. Finishing both walls and ceiling in this- way will provide extra protection for the car, regardless of where the garage is located. A scmi-dctiiched garage is onc that is connected to the house by a breewiway. Properly planned, this construction will tie house and garage together so that even a small house will look large and substantial. The garage should Ire nt least ten feel wide and nineteen feet deep. The larger it is the more space will be available for storing bicycles, garden tools and the 'like. Whole City Orf-Limits To Servicemen After Near Riot Saturday BILOXI, Miss., May 28 (UP) — A ten-hour curfew for military personnel was In effect today In this gulf coast city following "near- riots" over the weekend. The public relations office at Kccslcr Field said the city would remain "o(f limits" to servicemen 7:30 a. in. daily untllTETAOINE 7:30 p. m. to 6 a. in. daily until further notice. Reports said riotous fray's broke out In on c ^ar Saturday night, :aftcr G. I.'s complained of being tcpt out of drinking establishments Uy civilians. Kecsler Field s»id unitary police were rushed in and hat the dispute was ended orderly. The niRhlimc curfew, however, was slapped on "indefinitely" last night. Military autViorilies saitl only exceptions to the ban woulc Student Pilot Dies in Crash Near Jonesboro NEW YORK, May 27. (UP)—Fu- leral services wilt l>c held Wcdnes- lay for Joseph Medtll Patterson, founder and publisher of the New York Daily News ami president of he Dally News Syndicate, who died yesterday. He was 67. I Burial will !>e in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Va. Patterson, one of the outstanding figures In American Journalism of this century, was n member of the j,ui-st publishing triumvirate that included his cousin, Col. Robert R. McConnick, publisher of the Chicago Tribune, and Mrs. Eleanor (Cissy) Patterson, publisher of the Washington Times-Herald. He was uorn in Chicago .Ian. 7, 1879. His father was Robert W. Patterson, publisher of the Chicago Tribune, and his mother was Elinor Mcclill Patterson, daughter of Jqs 7 cph Mc'dlli; rounder of the Tribune^ Patterson began his newspaper career in 1900. JONESBORO, Ark., May 28. (UP) —Funeral services were being planned here today for Lawrence Eugene Haggard. 21-year-old student pilot, who was burned to death in the crash of his plane nenr Lake City yesterday. cnls. Mr. nncl Mrs. Frank Haggard, of Jonesboro. Read Courier News Want Haggard was alone in the craft, n Pi[ier Cub, \vhcn it crashed neur tbe Webb Varner farm. Witnesses said the plane seemed U> stall in mid-air at an altitude'of about 250 feet. It crashed and immediately into flames. Haggard is survived by his par- FOR SALE 225 Gal. Fuel Barrels Complete With Steel Rucks for Oil Healers We Stock and Install All Plumbing Fixtures Jess W. Provence 127 East Vine Streel Phone 2710 Read Courier flew?* Want Ads Help Dud Cason Legion Post welcome veterans of World War IT back to Blythcvllle by attending Wednesday afternoon's home coining events nt Fairgrounds Park. Three Arkansas counties bear the names of states of the Union —they are Mississippi, Nevada and Arkansas. counties. Baby Chicks §4.00 to $12.00 per 100. 3 days to 4 weeks old—At Store Vccds and Supplies. WANTED . Kar anrt shelled Corn—All grades. One liushcl u\> - Oals - \Vhral Barley - Alfalfa Hay and I'oiil- Iry of *il kinds. Fay top market prices. Elevator Feed Store N. 4th Broadway at RK Crnsslnx J. J. FicW, Mgr. J. LOUIS CHERRY Representing New York Life Insurance Co. Blythevillf, Ark. Refrigeration Air Conditioning The Ultimate in Mechanical Ability and System Des/gn/ng M. D. TULLOS Telephone 22liO •••••*••*•*••••••*•••••••••••*•••••*••••••••*••• CHAMBLIN SALES CO. Sales SUidcbaker Service WE BUY AND SELL GOOD USED CARS Lex Chamfolin Bill Chamblin Phone 2195 Railroad & Ash Sis. BEAUTIFUL NEW Wallpaper Many beautiful new patterns for your selection. Call us for expert Paper Hangers and Painters. Wri have n good slock of best quality Outside House Piirit. 5 gallon size 3.50 gallon ,1 Ralton size 3.75 gallon DEAL'S IMMT & WULPftPEI STORE 1*1 Moon Paints First • Nu-Enamel Paints Phone 469 'TJ1 i!«!r u — mri 1BO Brighten up — inside and out — with sparkling NEW all-purpose Enameloid! One coat of this easy-brushing, high-gloss enamel gives gleaming new beauty to woodv/ork, furniture, toys, autos. Dries in a few hours... protects against wear, weather 1 \ 157 Mario of House HKST. the IJosl Materials by "The Oldest 1'aint in America" for Uio?c who believe in (he Also Enamel Flat Wall Varnish Stain Floor Paint We Hare Points for Every Purpose E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. 31 * Ash 551 WASHABLE WALL FINISH! SEMI-LUSTRE Fresh colors, amazing \v3siiability mate this finish th™ housc- xvifc's favorite For kitchen, bath: DURABLE VARNISH! MAR-NOT A lustrous finish that resists scuffing, scratching, staining. Dries quickly. Gloss or Satin Finish. Quart Porch and Floor Enamel Rich lustrous colors Hint dry hard. ResisU wear and \venther- Prevents roiling and decay. LET MONTGOMERY WARII INSULATE YOUR HOME! Experts with modern equipment will do the joh the right way! No dirt or work for you. Rock Wool is blown in under the proper pressure to give the most efficient insulation. And the price is low . . . insulating an atlic (ventilating louvres arc included) in an average 6-room home costs so little! Get your order in today . . . have a cooler home this summer . . . warmer home next winter! FHA OR WARDS TIME PAYMENT PLAN There's no need to wait! You can have your home insulated right now, and spread the payment out for months. Get detailed information at Wards. PHONE, OR SEND THIS COUPON:i ------------------------------ 1 j MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. ! lilythuvillc, Arkansas I would !•!:; c free estimate of Hw cost of insulotir.g my home. 1 wiH be at home at .,..,..-_„_,..... .o'clock Nome Address. 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