The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1944 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 18, 1944
Page 6
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.): COURIER NBWS TUI5S.DAY, JULY 18, J BETTER HOMES Business Places Are Redecorated Service Station And Two Downtown Stores Make Improvements Beaullftetion of business establishments claimed Interest this week 1 as several:stores were carry!life on' repair and redecoration work. Doc Deaii's Service" Sifittcm 'at Main and Division has a new fncc with recent painting of the exterior of the building 'in green with orange- finish. Tile interlDi was .also redecorated in ivory with green finish,'and the roof painted j in green, ivory and orange. ( New flooring was laid througk- oiil Jiedels Di\> Good Store at 22-11 West Main. The ,isnhalt tile blocks art dark green and tan. Besides | adding greatly (o tjio appearance .of the store, this typo of flooring is fire proof. Other repairs are planned for this store In the near future. The-display windows and front of th c store at Montgomery Ward, 400 .West Main, have recently been redecorated. The interior of Hie windows were painted an off-white while" the exterior v,as finished in brown anil grceii. Give Budget Furniture Precious Hand-Painted Look With WaliPape Iti' wall papering unfinished coffee I . ir bride Carol Herman uses a pattern that is easy (o line ui> when sheets mast I Railroad Travelers Assured Cool Sleeping NEW YORK, July 18 — Pullman sleeping cars v,lll get Ficon Ibis .summer because the Army has in- .slstca on air conditioning for all cars.iiscd to move wounded soldiers, Business Week.reports. "Siiice cars will be used • Intcr- chaileeably, there is no way of re- seiving Frcon Tiom hospital iriiins exclusively," the putillciillon points out. Hi' CABOT, HERMAN Staff Writer excitement of priceless .linnd- Because I needed to augment our I F. Hodge Buys Hale Residence New Owners To Take Possession Of House Late This Summer Mr. mid Mrs. A. A. Hale hav sold their home at 1104 West Holly to Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Hodge, who plan to take possession late this; Summer. The Hodges HOT make their home on their farm, seven miles West of Blytlicvllle. The five-room house is finished on the exterior in weatherboard IdtiiB. A feature of the house Is a firciilacc In the living room. Consideration involved was $3200 cash. H. C. Campbell, real estate agent, handled the sate. Another recently completed real estate transaction Is the purchase of thc house at 223 East Davis by Mr. mid Mrs. J, J. Cooks ton from Mr. and Mrs. Hill Chamblin. • Repainting' nnd other improvements to the five-room frame house arc planned. R*m«l. Courier Sewa want mO». NEW YORK. —Starting married, ottimac i nucura 10 augment, our ( 0 „ rf ,; n i,, lite In one loom with droopy furni- tiny closet ant! flank our studio-' acliustMl—nnrt ture cnn play imvoc with the mo- bed with .something substantial In ] 111™ t\f nnv mni In Irin "n'nt T'UP Hoti nf mwi knliln? i >in n 1.1^,1 i _ . Insomnia Often ' Due to Inferior Sleep Equipment Insoinnln Is often nn unnecessary evil. There is perhaps only: one good legitimate cause of sleeplessness, and that is illness. Other factors can usually be remedied. For example,, poor ventilation aiid ex- n ,^ n i — , ' Farmers! Stock Raisers! Who Con Serve Best? A Storehouse Politician or a Real FARMtR Like AS YOUR GOVERNOR of any" wai midc. But I've lieu of end tnbles, I decided to pa I that with several rolls of wall liaper two 36-Inch, rough wood paper, unpiuniecl tables, • chairs, clothes chests. And since I had a chests and bookcases can acquire •."what lo do about serving" prob- — lem when It was my turn to entertain the gang, 1 also bought an unfinished coffee' table. Then, I chose a budget-priced paper In a small pattern that's easy to line up when sheets have lo lie pieced together, The cabinets and table each required double roll. To avoid a messy liilckness at Hie edges of thc pattern, the store trimmed the margins off the p'ftpcr. The Instructions given, me were simple lo follow. First, they told me, shellac all the unpointed surfaces you Intend to paper,'skirting round the knobs of the chests ami legs of the' furniture which vou will probably want to'paint. Then apply a 'sizing—a liquid Hint will give furniture a nice firm finish— nml be si'ire the .sizing Is thoroughly dry before you begin' to paper If you don't want your work to look crinkly as seersucker. 1 Next, mix Sort ° ' n ven „ , , b ° —Political Advertisement .Phone 49J ONLY HOME OWNED LUSIBER WINDOW GUARDS unit METAL WEATHERSTRIPPING Now Available. I'lionc 551 For Estimate, E.C, ROBINSON I UMBER CO. Mind over matter „„„ thinking facilities inert and cnn make I OR ! IGHT AND CLEANL1NESS-A bnghtanct chewy bathroom-easy lo clean and keep clean—is the kind of bathroom that will grace many a home after the' war. Note the beauty ot the window flanked with glass block' This Inrgc area ot glass is entirely practical when glass block is used They allow .light to flood the bathroom without sacrificing privacy' may be dcniied by simply wiping (hem with a damp cloth, they also help.,to keep the room warm during tlie cold winter iVionlhs because they are good insulators. The wiridcw is of ample siie for ventilation. '•'..''.• ( << Below the windows, linoleum has been used. Dirt and. dust arc wiped away with the swish of a cloth. And when infrequent washing is necessary, "it is'as simple, as it is to wipe "tip the colorful linoleum Ho'or. .X-^^:rr:±±ii:-i—-—---, put at the rate of 5,000 to 0,000 a week now sell for as llitle as $1.95 at a higher profit than was formerly realized oil $0.95 rugs. The - . . price of room-sized hooked goes as high as $000." rugs Cine aircraft plant has eliminated thc blueprint stage In die 1 designing: More vitamin to ihfiititaiu health Is required by men than by women. DON EDWARDS "**• ' MOTH. ooaoKA, III it. SO* B» B«t!it»«iorj> j non» NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may be ruining' ydnr property. Call m« f<k check-up without cost or. obligation. HATS, MICE AND KbAcH GUARANTEED H. C. BLANKENSH1P E. Ktntocky • ' ("hone •einain tense. Depressions in the naltress do not permit the spinal column to remain, in a straight line and the sleeper spends naif the i.iuir.niu incmuus inert' and cor- ™ rcct that fear, of not being -able to '" itght nlllng and turning In search sleep. But still marc Important (htm all slcepinakina gadgets and mental attitudes Is the basic fim- damnal for rest and relaxation —' an efficient mattress and spring foundation. In order lo drift quickly and peacefully off to dreamland, tired muscles must Ire relaxed. If there isa sag In the bedspi ing, muscles your pnste with a little sizing until you get a smooth consistency. Now with long swooshing strokes, ».<« — ii ?, ° " accepts fatigue posture without correcting it, arid even when sleep takes over, it is of the fitful variety ami leaves one tinrefreshed, droopy-eyed and listless morning. paste on your paper with a paper- tller e ' uffer in the Housewives who realize these facts nrc careful to check" their sleeping equipment frequently. They see to it that broken colls are repaired immediately and worn mattresses which have lost their resilience are remade or replaced as the need may be. Now, since pre-war quality equipment is back on the market into big business in Hie Great Smokies, Business Week reveals. "North Carolina mountaineers in their own commuriitie's-^frequerttly in, their own homes—rhake all the hboked rugs distributed by MfisWr- kraft; Inc:, through' 1225 'department and home' furnisnings stores in the U. S.," the article reports. "Their production accounts for 80 per cent of all domestic hand- hooked rugs; 10 per cent come from Virginia, Tennessee, Georgia, Arkansas, and .other well-publicized 10. per cent- from New England. ' "Small, hand-hooked rugs' turned hanger's brush, leaving enough lap suffer from in for the top and bottom edges of !i ™ni bedding, the drawers and for a neat seaming together nt the corners. Except 'for corners and edges, however. It is neater to line up the paper than to lap it. Wherever the . breadth of your furniture is wider than the width of the wallpaper line up twi pieces of paper as close together as possible, making sure that the sections of pattern match each other: When you come lo knobs or handles or cabinets carefully cut the paper around'them.- After the paper is on, use shellac or lacquer to keep your handiwork fro nisoiling, give it a glow and insure its staying in place. Repeated shellackings nifty be needed until you achieve that hamljiainted look. Last step is to neatly paint or stain [lie legs .and knobs of your papered pieces, and that's all there is to wallpapering furniture. PAINT OVER OLD WALLPAPER DRIES IN 1 HOUR-WASHABLE! • Here ara four Advantages of Pittsburgh'! amazing new typ« of. paint: ' • ' 1. One coot lit Techlde Is usually tufficicnt—may be applied right over wallpaper, dingy plaster, on bas*. ment walls, etc. ,_, [ 2. Comes In paste A-tm. Add water, and one gallon of Techide paste makes 1 '/j gallons of paint, enough to cover an average room. , 3. Easy to apply »nd quick to dry, 4. Washabl* - itayi (potlM* with ordinary loap and w«t«r. Redecorate your rooms *t Hoall coat with Pittsburgh Techid«, <Jn wile at A Complete Stock of, Pittsburgh Paints You don't pay faf \valtr in TethicU. You add it yo-,id[ and icv« money. On» golbn of TerliTcb r^-fi \\*t gallon* potnl — enough for th« oviraga room, .J?*PJ IN 1 COLOR! AND HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. «o reason for anyone : to from insomnia due to de- R "9 S *Y tilt) Business NEW YORK. July 18—Hooking , " "*j iu tlWMlll* ugs byband lias been organized How To Keep _. 0 * Homes 'Young' . o Home owners are permitted to do a limited amount of new construction and ipodcrnizalion work by the \S r ar Production Board. City dwellers are limited to S200 within a twelve-month period; fanners lo $1000. Thus, home owners can put in new kitchen cabinets, sot off n part of Ihe kit- chcn as a dinette, or lake out the kitchen window nnd put in a class Insulate Your Attic with ' BALSAM WOOL FILL YOUR COAL BIN NOW! E.G. Robinson Lbr. Co. Cooler in Summer Warmer in Winter Make your home .Gdrh'fortdble and let the savings in fuel pay for it. Ceiling insulation is not expensive arid may be financed by a 12 month FHA Loan Dial 551 For An Estimate E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER COr bluck, with small windows set in the panel for vcntiblion Ihis brightens the kitchen nnti practically eliminates condcnsa lion—the moisture resulting Horn ••sweating ' due to a pooi mbiiln tor between ;i high indoor ,-iud n low outdoor temperature Work like this will help to keep homes "yoXmg" and will add to the joy of home ownership PLUMBING SUPPLIES FOR SALE We Hove a Complete Stock. Hit IS THE 'LUMBEI VACATION at home And home is the best place to spend your vacation this year of wartime travel difficulties . . . Especially if your lawn, flowers and garden have been kept fresh through dry weather by frequent afternoon waterings. Take a look around your place this evening. Do your lawn and garden look parched? If so, give them a cooling bath after the sun goes down—they'll look refreshed in the morning. , , Blytheville Water Co. BERNARD ALLEN, Manager "Water h Your Cheapest Commodity!"

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