The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 13, 1944
Page 5
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TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 194-1 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COUllIEK ".NEWS PACK, FIVJI 4 Check Roofing To Balk Fires Asphalt Shingles Help Reduce Losses ; From Roof Fires With fii'e destroying Uoinc.s in the United Slides ill Use rate of one every [iftccn minutes, a is not unusual (o read about a freak blaze doing considerable tlaiuaBc For instance, sun rays shill through a fish howl set lire to a window sill in a Marshalltoon, Del. home. There arc a thousand anil one ways a destructive fire can start usufilly through carelessness, bul three prindpul causes o[ home tires arc defective healing plants sooty chimneys and flammable rootint! material. Few persons realize tliat a roo! which is ttricd, cracked ami weather-beaten is a dangerous fire hasv aril, but the National Fire Protec lion A^soociation points out lha .sparks falling on such flauunabli roofs is tlic third largest cause o lioinc fires, now costing the na lion $100,000.000 yearly. In rc-roofin<; a house, a fire-re sistnnt material, .such as asphal shingles, f.houk! be used to protec the home and as a ineaus of help ins; reduce the nation's colossa fire loss. fire-retardanl shingles are available for essential re-roofing jobs. N O T I c E Notice is hereby Kiven tliat the f idcrsiancd will within the lime :cd by lav,' apply to the Commissioner of Revenues of lire Stale of Arkansas for a permit lo sell beer at relail at, 357 So. Division, Blythe- villc, Mississippi County. The undersigned states thai, he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, Hint he has never been convicted of a felony or oilier crime involving moral turpitude; that no license lo sell ]>ccr by (lie undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the. undersigned lias never been convicted of violating the laws of this stale, or any olher state, relating to the sale of alcoholic liquors. J. J. Harwell. Subscribed and sworn lo before me this 12 day of June, 1044. Oscar Alexander (Seal) Nolary Public, My commission expires 3JH-1945. Tire traditional "Ahoy!" of tilt sea was once the battle cry of the Vikings. ' • PARTITIONS THAT BORROW LIGHT—This attractive dining room combines several features which will appeal to post war home; planners. i The decorative Rlass block panel provides an inviting background tor gracious dining. The panel itself is held together firmly by wood strips wliich may Ije painted to harmonize willi the color scheme. The panel allows light to pass through il without being transparent, thus making the hall bright, not dark and forbidding. * Flexibility also is provided by the panel as il is easy to erect and take down with almost complete salvagability. Placed between dining room and living room, or bedrooms, fov example, loom sizes can he altered almost at the \vhim of the home owner. /anaged House fo Be Repaired Two Rooms Destroyed By Flames Recently Will Be Rebuilt licpair of (he house at 1'Jlfi West Vih which was damnged by 'fire wo weeks sign got underway yes- .crday. The five-room house, own<l by o. Abraham, was occupier jy the N. S. Hossl family who lmv<. emporarlly moved lo a hotel mill he house is completed. Two rooms which were deslroyci n the lire will be rebuilt, the In terjor redecorated, and the oulsidi af (hi- house will lie painted, The home of Mr. anil Mrs. II. H Hroiiks at 808 Chickasawha Is belni upalreil and redecorated on th interior. Improvements lo the house 'In clurto vcparierhig, repainting, , nil refhiishing of floors. Salvage Need Acute Soys WPB With Hie war rouchlni; a crnelul slum- on the fnr-flnui; fipjulm; fronts, tin- necessity (or liileuslly- Int! Hie home front salvane. of r:i|;s to tu'lp run the Axis nwd Is even more ucute. "'"Us play n vital role.ln kci'l'hiK our w«r machine fmwllunjni; smoothly, and the Wiiv I'rodudlon Board has urgently nppc'nli'd to every American housewife lo cimiH ic attic, the cellar anil (lie clnthis closets for every piece ol discarded nntiTlnl. Tlieso reclaimed IUKS arc ised In a tlioiisiuul different ways lo speed the day of victory. A biillleshlp .siciimiiiK Into l>nt- tlo svlih Its Ki-lneh rifle blns-.tlni! the Jiips, or CII Joe. driving hl» dusty, (jrlniy lunk ngiilnsl the tler- mans, depend on wads ol wipers miulc from the rags snlvaueil at !io:m> to help ki'rp the liliv/ltiK I tin: |ip:ik nf I'l A discarded felt lint, odd bits ol Iihip, pieces of cloth, carpet icin- insls. liurl.ip bans, or any unused ilieles ol clothing are needed, ullc rails In 'a separate ?yc-Appcal In Homes "Ifomes built after Ihe war will :mve more eye-appeal and will be l}ctler designed and constrnclcd lo provide grealcr livability," according to Frank W.Corlright, executive vice-president of Ihe National Association of Home Builders. Traditional styles in housing rather han the fi'eakish, flat roof designs vill continue (o dominate the 'Unerlran scene, lie adds. Garage Lean-To Provide. Storage For Garden Tool Now that the usual lawn tending cciuipinenl in many homes has been supplemented by victory garden tools and supplies, extra room is frequently needed for the safe storage of these articles, 'lools are too valuable and too hard lo replace these days lo be left exposed to the. weather. A simple solution lo the problem is to build a lean- lo on one side of the garage. H can be done easily by covering a wood framcivork with asbestos cement hoard. A small shed of (his type will provide ample room (or the wheelbarrow, lawn mower, hose, fertilizer bugs, and the like. CdJnr OAK I) Ol- 1 '('HANKS Vi 1 \vlsli lo Ihiink our ninny friends and iielulibors wild were MI khul to us clurlnn the snd hours mid sudden death of onr beloved son ami brother, I'vl. Floy T. llandley, wlio parsed uwny the -ttli day of June ill Ciimp rniijiin, Texas. !is|>eclnlly do we apprcdiite the bcaiiilful sinning; the nice llonil of- fciliins and the cousollni; words Hint were spoken by Ihe llev. Ctillnrd \, Tliueker and Chaplain Morris of Hie niyllicvlllc Army Air Field. Mas Cud's richest blessings abltli: will all of you. • 1'arcuts: Mr. and Mrs. N. J Hundley Brothers: I'vl. llund ley, Cain]) VimOnrn, Ml.v:. Hoy Hundley, •fwln-lirollii'r 1 Floy Lcinuird Haiulley Willie O. Hundley, FOR SALE .^CONCRETE !- --• STORM SEWER ALL SIZES Cheaper Than Bridge Lumber Osceolo Tile & Culvert Co. jjhone 691 Os«oU, Ark. rv:nd Courier News Want Ada. Service F. W. TATUM If JOG w»ul it oij m»r* Vf» Bnndl KKI,L US TDK FUKMIUKr IfOD ARE NOT USINO lor Also ir»<ii-(n .n«w«nr« roi fernitore >»o new. Ahin llsrdy 'Furn. Cn. S91 E. M«lo Pbun* IM1 WOOD For Sale! MANUFACTURING CO. ' IMione _ Our Invisible \\.\\l sole is tliu I3n- .shoe repair obtainable. No shank strain or stitches — no ' Itreali lo leave in moisture, etc. Try il. GENUINE CEDAR WOOD MADE INTO WALLPAPER Think of il —yon just |>a|icr your closm vs'illi liis mill prcslo! you li^vc a t njlioily fatl do it — in an lionr or Ivvo — usl <i|> LII (valcr nnd lianj;. Also line chests, drawers, lioxes, trunks willi Triniz. Contc in— see tljis anu^in Cciiar \Vallii|icr. PQR SALE Wo Hove a Complete Stock. Don't Your I'mporly "Hun Down" ! PROTECT H' and BEAUTIFY 'IT SPECIAL For A Few Days 1 CASK COCA COI,A And 75c IJottle I'hillips GG Furniture Polish—Both'' 1.39 Bring Your Eniv'y liofllcs POTTER'S STATELINE SERVICE STATION ! EBERSON-UNDSLEY PAINT ' I'riccs have nol tKlvinifod. FHA riiiiiiifinu; Ls iioss f : . . We will he gliid lo niiiko yon an osliniiitu. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Fill Your Coiil Hm Now Delta Lumber Gii 20<l N. Second >< • I'lione 497 >•';•>•' ISIylhcvillc's Only Home Owned Luniljcr Yard . : ,\! : ',i'\,: B I DOLE EXTERMINATORS Contract Service in Pest Control. Free I-]stiin:itcs. \5 8. TliirO I'lionr. Of All Kinds. BARKSDALE MFG. CO. lilylhevillc, Ark. Commercial Classes In Shoil hand-Bookkeeping-Typing MRS. L. M. BURN ETT Degree From Accredited College 1010 llcarii Phone 3270 WALLPAPER 15c Me Light Fast Now 20c 36c Washalilc Now 24c HEMILTONE (Soy Bean Paint). . . . 2.40 gal. HYKLASS Creosote White 2.50 gal. SOUTHLAND White 3.00 gal. DUTCH BOY White 3.50 gal. CERTAIN-TEED GREEN SLATE SHINGLES 167 Pound 4.50 square—210 Pound 5.50 square L 0. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Friendly Building Service OTHER WALLPAPERS Kvcry(hii>g your hwirt could desire in beautiful wallpaper. Colonial pal terns, stripes, paslcl shades of all eolor.s. Over JiOO pittlcnis lo .select from. Ceiling paper lo mafch all patterns, from 12e per single roll up. Paint and Paper Your Homes Now—While Good Paint and Papers Arc StiH Available. We Will Secure a Good Painter or Papcrhangcr For You! BlythcYille's Only fxc/usiyc Point and Paper Store SAS Paint/Gbss&WallpaperCo. 105 E. Main Phone 2272 ROOMS REDECORATED M 3 HOURS Paint Over Wallpaper, Plaster, Brick, Etc. Tichlda com** In paili farm. Can b* mix id bi [uit a jiffyl AbtoTut>ry no mitfl No ntgd lo icrap* ofT thobby old wallpaptr. • It'i one big surprtaa nfter an o HIM —when you redocorata a room witii Pltliburgh Techld*. On* cxxrt U ruft- c!«nt errw old wtllpafxr «r oth*r lurbcw. And Hurt oo* oo«4 BMqr b* ' «ppll»d in IM« than two, bom tnt diln In on* four. You «m aotncUj k*ng op picturM BO miautfi «ft»f palntlnj wlri Techldtj Ajk • t* Blv« yoa th« nboU itory of thk amadng devoiopmwrt is wall p*in4, Tichidi wolli may bo qulcVly waihed with tniid leap and water, PAINTS H U B B ARD HARDWARE CO. BE PATRIOTIC...BETHRIFtY... invest in WAR STAMPS and BONDS • Then save money by carrying'out needed //dinting only with KEM-T.ONE .".-. and buy •• yourself more War.§tamps^and JJondf wjtjl' the "difrcrcncc'M^ /' ' •'' Here's how "you save'tlmeV... trouble arid money with KEM-TONE: 1. less expensive 1"," one gallon does an overoge loom. , 2. KfM-TOHl covers most wallpapers, pointed walls and ceilings, wallboard, basement walls with one.coat., f3. KEM-TONE applies' like magic. 4. KEM-TONE dries In one hour. ROlt IT ON WITH A ROLLER KOATER 89* FOR BEAUTIFUL - DURABLE FLOORS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS >FLOOR-ENAMEL is- fiurl A tough, long wearing enamel lor wood, linoleum and cement floor*. Diici hud. Washable.' Tomicrly Tom Littlc/Hdw, r Ca.. 126 W. MAIN . ..,..•' ' FHONE 5U

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