The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 27, 1944 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 27, 1944
Page 6
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FAGK.SIX BLYTHEVTLLE,(ARK,)' COTOIER -NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1944 Cottons For Bride's Table 'There goes the brfde" sings 10- i Joy's wedding jnorch as slic leaves with her military" husband to live in a strange low)) mid make n home'out of any available room. But her; wedding reception is staged with all the glamor of a pre- set Hug even though the menu is Simplified—the drinkables cur- taiiied. A hand-appllqucd organdie cloth,. forming the background for traditional white flowers, candles, and wedding cake, or beautiful !ace covering'the: table where the repast is laid, give the right festive background to an occasion.. Though she has little or no time to keep house along conventional patterns,Hie 1944 bride wants a trousseau of household goods to put away lor "after the War." Meanwhile,' first requirement of any -wedding -present linens she takes with her; on her travels Is that they be simple to launder. Wartime curtailment hns temporarily eliminated special services formerly obtainable at commercial laundries, so large and elaborate tableware is out. for the: duration. • Individual?cotton place settings fit right'into the wartime scheme of tilings. Colorful - cotton place nut sets, made to order, nre lovely table • coverings that are easily adapted to any size table or color scheme. Thes c can be made Or purchased, in such a wide range of fabrics as checked gingham artri poplin; seersucfccr,' peasant weaves hopsacking wUh, self fringe, pl-jiic, glazed, chintz,, sateen, dotted swls's painted lawn,,and organdie, fewest not Is. blue.-Jemherette' mats with chartreuse fabric -napkins;-; ! --, ;'• Permanent-finish chintz Is easily laundered 'AM keeps Us sheen after frequent' trips through the washing machine, so a matching drapery and •luncheon cloth that the bride or her mother can make at home can go right along with the . wandering bride and help create a cozy atmosphere where- cvcr she finds herself. Gay floral sateen, often ? coordinated with matching solid color, is another excellent, fabric Tor , the dining room. 'Heavy ivory cotton with n wide woven-striped border and matching '.napkins is a good looking practical set that can be used day in and day out, artd of course those gay screen- pnntecj cotton breakfast cloths that have ran n place in tli c hearts of Ine nation's home makers arc at- iractive-nnd not too much of a 1 " the traVCling trldc to L. S.'.Hartzog Buys Wdie B. David House Th e Eddie B. David home at 227 East Kentucky was sold last week n v r '" arlzo - owner of Hart's July?" Wil1 Uke PO^-on Consideration in the sale, which also included the furnishings ol the »«- ns ," reSl!corl > (ec '. and an Tom , -^°' c " eara ^ bu»t. Tom A. Little Realty handled the Fireproof Walls Built With Asbestos Board K^£. h '" W ° !ghlt * nari[s m ^e of as- oestos an 0 cement board are now being use d .in the construct?™ of fireproof partitions that formertv were otlamcd only by UI E use of •steel or_ concrete. Easy to work Here's How To Preserve Life Of Bedsprings There will bo a great demand for new Ijcclsprlngs after Hie war, according to the National Association of Bedding Manufacturers. One survey, checking civilian re- quiraneiUfi, conducted at the end of 1943, Indicated tliat 7,210,000 bedsprmg.'j nic needed. This means that homemakers mlghl well Bive more attention to taking care of this spring foundations In order to lengthen Ihelr period of efficiency. Although the War Production Honi'd now permits bedding manufacturers to produce tttdsprings of pro-war quality, tlic quantity manufactured Is still considerably loss (linn before the war. Consequently, there inny not lie enoiif,')) lo (jo nrouml unlll production ts back on a peacetime basis. Following nre n few handy sug-- gcslions on what lo do about bcd- Ciuefully examine metal coll bed- M-Jngs occnslnnnlly. if (| le re arc any broken colls, see if they can be 1 repaired immediately. Tills will' help prevent further breakdown." Dust open-coll bedsprlngs with n cloth or Jong, narrow brush frequently. An over-all cover of sturdy material for Die spring foundation can be bought or made. Tins kcejxs the bedsprlng free from dust und can lie easily removed for laundering, clean boxsprlngs with viictmm cleaner once a month When the colls of a boxsprnlg become loose, resulting in uneven sup- r-C'i't. liuvc lliem relied as soon as possible*. wh asbestos boards are adaptable to XXKttXXXXxxy^rxxxy^J^ f it PLUMBING SUPPLIES u Want . . ." W e have Them. Give Xis The Order. POST WAR PROTECTION? •Could Be! UT NOW- REROOF with Certainreed Shingles. PAINT with Eberson-Lindsley's Paint. NO ADVANCE OVER PREWAR PRICES! FHA LOANS AVAILABLE. E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. Friendly Building Service COVERS WiUPAPER AND MOST SURUCtS g Go!ton ge mom. Delta Lumber Col I 204 N. Second ' Blvlhfvillo'o n, „, Phone 497 iUo'c n i TY one Ues Only Home Owned Lumber Yard If, however, your bcdsprlngs are worn out, don't delay replacing I hem. Health depends to a grcKu extent on proppr rest, and firm, comfortable sleeping equipment Is the promary prerequisite (or relaxation and sound sleep. BE GOOD TO YOUR vnHDr Sh ' ps/ fanks ' plones ' ond H °USES! Be good to TOUR house—protect it and lengthen its life with TRU1E-TAGG paint. You'll find that it goes on more smoothly, is tougher, more elastic, and waterproof because it's made with kettle-processed oil. It contains such a large amount of white lead that it will last for years. Try it TODAY! IN YOUR HOME i (i A'-, The best in wallpaper—every pattern in perfect taste — made up with colors that will not fade or streak—to keep your rooms fresh and lovely. Choose from our selection of paper for every room in your home. SUGGESTED FOR THE SUNROOM Gayly flowered paper in pas- tels that pick up the light to make a perfect atmosphere for reading and relaxing. HANG IN THE DINING ROOM Decorative flower baskets alternated with colorful shepherdesses in this modern pattern for a highly styled room. HSGHUGHT YOUR LMNG ROOM Stripes in varying widths—in delicate shades—to bring out the beauty and ease of the modern living-room. MODERNIZE YOUR BEDROOM With a water scene in soft shades on a deep background of cream, gray or blue. 105 K. Main Blytheville's Only Exclusive Paint & Wallpaper Store ARKANSAS Paint, Glass and Wallpaper Co. Phnue 2272 **££ >>/ It's Clean! It's Qukkl It's Easy/ • Yea, Pittsburgh Techide is something brand n»w in wall paint—becauso it ilvei excellent results over old wallpaper, plaster, brick and many other •urfacea...because one coat of Tecblde U usually iufficient . . . because it li quick «nd easy to apply and drta In one hour .. . because It gives you sanitary, washable walls. Don't miss thli opportunity to redecorate your room» at unall cost. Ask ui about Techide. ICONOM1CAI On* gallon of T«<hld« mak<ilVi Solloni of polnl- •nvjgh to do aw *h» av«ras« room. MADE 1H I COJ.ORI AND WMITI PITTSBURGH PAINTS T«chTd» eorribi fa pent* form. Can bg mixoJ Jo [uil a jiffy! , li your wallpaper tmudged, faded or tfiabby? Tlmn cov»r I* With Taclndol ,| TechTtU wall* may b* qulelily woihad wEA mild ic op and wol»r. H U B B A RD HARDWARE CO. 7. ONE COAT COVERS MOST WAIL PAPERS. j 2. APPLIES EASILY. , 3. DRIES IN ONE HOUR. ! 4. MIXES WITH WATER. , S. WASHABLE. ROLL IT ON WITH A GAL PASTE FORM Does the Average Room ROLLER- 1 KOATER SMART BORDERS AS low A for PAINTED ROOMS BRIGHTiN UP FURNITURE • WOODWORK • TOYS *s^rm. with SHERWIN-WILLIAMS to use ... covers wiih one ^* 111 tit coat ... no hrusli marks ... r 11 ". many gorgeous colors. ./ Inc. formerly Tom Little Hdw. Co. 120 W. MAIN p, IONpi S1 ,

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