Eureka Humboldt Standard from Eureka, California on April 12, 1962 · Page 26
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HOME IMPROVEMENT SECTION Eureka Newspapers, Inc. Enrich . . . your surroundings Increase . . .your property value Put to good use the beautiful mate- ials available for decoration . . . and the personnel of TEEZ who will assist you with your selection, in the store or in your home. No charge for consultation service. * Treasure Tonei. 1300 colon of beauty ind quality, enduring · protection rniide or out. « WALL COVERINGS: * FABRICS: · WOOD: · CURTAIN Wallpaper Srasscloth Vinyl Foil Cork Silk Woolsuede Scenics Decorative Pillows Curtains Draperies Bedspreads Austrian Shades Roman Shades Plisse Shades Other Shades Shutters · Bamboo Woven Woods Designed To Please Discriminating Tastes Fibers for Fashion Textures to Treasure Surfaces to Enjoy Essential to good window trotmenl. · VENETIAN Vertical or h al for tonlrol of privity and light. OPEN FRIDAYS 'TIL 1 409 H St. Between 4th 5th on H St. HI 3-3079 LAWN-BOY MOWERS T ' Ll V ·,"*?,.,,,,« Macnalite housing Tit"am aZ inB,ultra-lightMa e : HIGHEST POWERED SAFEST MOWING All models meet or exceed accepted safety standards with rugged, lightweight OMCLAWN.BOY engine LAWN-BOY 19" Dual-Purpose Two ways to mow--discharge clippings onto lawn or into bag (with optional easy- attaching grass catcher assembly). New Magnalite housing makes it ultra-light, easier handling for anyone. ONLY 5 YOURS FREE wilh the purchaiv of ;ny new power mower or garden tiller. Select any nne nf the following: 1. $17.50 Electric Blanket 2. $20.00 in Fruit or Shade Trees 3. $15.00 in your choice of Standard or Patent Roses 4. $ 12.50 fn your choice of Garden Tools 5. $10.00 in your choice of ANY merchandise 6. Wheelbarrow plus a Rake or Hoe NOTHING DOWN, I YEAR TO PAY LAWN-BOY 21"Gr,ns Catcher V a r u u r n s w o o p s clippings and Ir.ivs into catcher bac . . . °f rfiy.haru.es onlo lawn as you wish. :'.;|]!*cif;t.[ M a g n a l i t c housing, iuper-powficd engine. ONLY $ LAWN-BOY 21" Automowcr Sell propelled. Roll-conlrol handle Kivcs instanl. safe startinc and stopping. Catches clippings or dis- etwees onlo lawn Super-powered engine. ONLY '139' 5 LAWN-BOY 18" Special ' Perfect lor smaller lawns. Rugged I.AWN BOr tonstruclion and performance. One-purl starting, adjustable culling hoishl. Lightweight. ONLY '69 *AO' S ALL MODELS IN BEAUTIFUL GARDEN-FASHION COLORS FORTUNA HARDWARE I ? 2 I MAIN ST. FORTUNA RA 5 - 4 1 2 7 New Products Answer Demand By Homeowners Home modernizers and remoi elers across the nation seek m building materials that are easie md quicker to handle, modestly iriced, and with "built-in" assur nice of a good job when complet ed. This demand is being answerc by manufacturers and their re ail dealers as witnessed by Hi nany products now reaching mar kct. Typical are popular all-hard vood wall panelings that have ; permanent factory finish whicl can be applied as easily as wall apcr. They cost no more tha nany of the fabrics housewive .ire buying for next season's ne\ party dress. Name Items Here are a few: A 4 x 8-foot panel grooved t ook like random planks (making oints between panels disappear md only a quarter-inch thick i ightweight and easily handled. A baked-on polymarized finis] iliminates future maintenance de pile bumps, greasy fingerprint: r difficult kitchen splatters. Thi inish is five separate coats in ividually baked and buffed liki ie finish of a 1962 model fine ar. H eliminates on-the-job fin shing, including the smell, time nd muss. And, the room is ready le minute the new walls have een cemented or nailed into lace (colored putty sticks an urnished to match each type o] vood, so nail holes disappear with flick of the wrist) A wide choice of woods help end individuality to d i f f e r e n t ooms. Result that such new pan ling as natural Pecan, once lought too tough to slice for eneers, as well as such inter- sting woods as Black Walnut, .merican Cherry, Brown Elm, ilond Oak, Honeytone Oak, Flame un, Adirondack Birch, Greymisl sh, American Elm and Antique Urn are now available. "Exotic" Imports Another aspect to the "new jok" in materials is the availably of top quality "exotic" im- orts. A bamboo plywood was re- ently imported by the Georgia- acific Corporation from Japan. Ithough it does not have the amily proof" finish of Georgia acific's native American hard- ood paneling, it is proving high- popular for a single wall or for itire rooms where something dif- rent is desired. According to the National Bel- ter Heating-Cooling Council, homeowners are often forced to replace their healing plant wilh one that has a larger heat output when a new room is added to the home. These home-owners who have already installed a hydronic (hot water h e a t i n g ) boiler usually aren't affected. Hydronic boilers are usually installed with enough additional heating capacity to heat a new room addition without effecting overall heating efficiency. Termites 4 * * Damage Mounts Although blind and brainless, the termite is an engineering genius. This migrant, pin-sized insect is so shrewd that man's most modern construction practices fail to rutlt his attacks on wood and other cellulose material used n building. The termite seeks out wood and infests it; probing through the ground to penetrate the most minute of foundation cracks. Despite increased use of cements and metal in foundation construction, termite damage continues to climb. Losses by termite damage are second only ,o fire losses -- amounting to 250 million dollars a year, more than ^685,000 a day, according to fig- ires released by E. L. Bruce Co., sponsor of the Bruce-Terminex .ermitc control program. Many mistakenly believe that a slab foundation can protect a louse from termites. Far from being free from termites, houses vith slab construction are often ermile traps, making control difficult and expensive. However termite control prob- ems can be reduced by a few minor construction details when a house is being built or exten- ivcly remodeled by proper ven- ilation, proper drainage, ade- COPIED AUTHENTICALLY from historic plank floors of Earl) America, Ranch Plank provides fashionable footnotes to dens family rooms and living rooms. One of the most popular ready pegged floors available, it installs just like regular strip flooring except that wide and narrow planks are alternated. HANDSOME LUMINOUS CEILINGS of reinforced plastic panels are an innovation that both lighting and building experts are cur rently featuring in modern homes. This idea offers an easy way to modernize the kitchen in minimum time and at minimum cost Panels manufactured by Alsynite Division of Reichold Chemicals, Inc. Closets Needed In Every Home [iiatc clearance tinder joist con- and removable base- oards in slab construction. No home is reaJIy termite proof ut many are termite protected y wise construction and continu- d watchfulness. One of the best control mea- urcs is the use of chemical in- This is indeed the "space age. Every homeowner and every home buyer is on the lookout for a 'place vith space." When remodeling, home owners often neglect planning for anc providing adequate storage for such items as garden equipment, screens, out-of-seasun clothing, secticides impregnated into the ground around the foundations. Chemicals are especially effec- ive when used during construc- ion and immediately upon com- iletion of the foundation. sports equipment and hundred of other like items a family use on occasion only. Housing specialists for Allie Chemical's Barrett Division sa that every homeowner should firs check for ample closet areas, an then develop those areas tha can be easily converted to utilit; storage space. Often odd-sized space areas can converted to storage space -easily and economically -- by means of a couple of two-by-fou studding frames and a few sheets if gypsum wallboard. Why WAIT? It's easy to borrow for those needed Home Improvements Sheetrock " - 4' x 8' '* - 4' x 8' 3/8" - 4' x 8 Wall ' wood 9raln $183 $135 $3 20 Masonite Wood Grain '/ 4 " x 4' x 8' "' ' Random Grooved $798 Sliding Glass Doors Rulock 6' x 6'8" '62°° Kelvinator Built-lns and Appliances Discount Prices 9 x 1 2 Lino Rugs $5^5 Use Your BankAmericard PIERSON BUILDING SUPPLY "At The Big Hammer" Phono HI 3.5165 Eureka 4100 Bdwy. See Our Exciting Built-in Units..Now! * OVENS * RANGE HOODS * SURFACE UNITS * DISHWASHERS Everything to make your life in the kitchen pleasant! Install-it-yourself FURNACE UNITS Put your mechanical ability to work. Save the cost of installation We can also give you complete service on new and replacement heating installation. SEE or CALL US Today RA 5-3414 Brom Pollard 734 - IOTH ST. FORTUNA . RA 5.3414 WE HAVE EVERYTHING FOR BUILDING THE SUNDECK V \ Check These MATERIALS Plan now to build a sun deck for added summer pleasure. The cost a less than you may think and the enjoyment more than you can imagine. Slassteel - colored Corrugated Plastic Con Hrt Redwood Concrete Piers Fast Free Delivery 2% Discount for Cash BOB BRITT RETAIL LUMBER 2800 Hubbard Lane HI 2-4817 Between Myrtle Ave. Harris St., Eureka We Take Night Calls Whether you're BUILDING OR REMODELING... ERIC L. JOHNSON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS Today's living calls for increased electrical needs. You want to be sure your wiring n adequate and that the outlets and circuits for your home are ample. Electrical contracting is our business. · NEW WORK · REPAIRS · SERVICE Serving all oj HUMBOLDT COUNTY FREE ESTIMATES RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL - INDUSTRIAL ERIC L JOHNSON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 21 - 4th St. Eureka HI 3-1973

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