The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGEFOUS BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 2, 194G BETTER HOMES Research Home Interests Many Residence Erected As Typical of Home-Design Trends. Arc the poslwnr homes nil the ', thiiiRs designers tnlkcd about during the war? • .That is n hard question.to rm- swcr because so few homes have been built since V-J clny. To get the answer Better Homos fi Gnr- dens followed the construction from . ground up of n "research home" built to test improved building material, healing system, light fixtures, ^'flnd combinations. The magazine went to Sioux Falls,' South' Dakota, where a residence was built for architect Harold Spitznagel. The .house summarized liis studied evaluation of liome- . design trends. It's not a futuristic home filled with modern "gadgets," but a practical modern home, Im'ill • to • make living as easy n§ rolling • off a log.;.•,•; •. To achieve greater unil/y, Hie ruittnltal FARM LOANS / Lew Interact / Fair Appnk>l / Prompt Svrvlo* RAY WORTHINQTON Serving This Section for 21 Yean 115 So. 3rd, Plytheville, Ark. *-•>— '— ' "— fr-r- 1 r-^ Tone In Prudential Program Sunday at 3 n'.m. over WRGC furniture arrangement was determined when plans of the house were on the drawing boards. Plush celling lights are soft, more economical than the old-fnshioncd chandeliers. Built-in wardrobes put the walls to work, leaving the floor uncluttered with furniture. Shelves and drawers hold dozens of articles of clothing. When closed, doors blend into painted walls. The house is built of brick, rjii a U plan. Large windows face the rear to avoid Ash-bowl living. The overhanging roof adtnlls low winter rays of sunlight, but blocks high, hot rays of summer. There is no basement. Service rooms .on ground level benefit from full 1 light and ventilation, and avoid the danger of leaks imiUponilcn.su- tion. Attic storage Is dry and as accessible as a basement. The house is •honied by radl.int heating pipes embedded in tlic concrete slab on which the house was built. This system gives • economical, clean heat without .spoltlnc.ss or drafts. Insulation txjard under the pipes prevents waste -f heal. In the kitchen and vestibule, small areas exposed to drafts from open doors, radiant heating pipes are used in-l»th celling and lloor. Foil reflects interior heat down and dellccts summer heat. It has been estimated that the average speed of automobiles on the open road is 41.2 miles an' hour. ATTIC FANS We have a few 48" LAU Attic Fans available promptly. $165.00 E. C. ROBINSON LUMBER CO. 319 W. Ash Phone 551 On July 4th and Before, Enjoy Life In *he Open SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY Sand Pail & Shovel 39 Here's a real value! A (i inch diameter melnl pail, attractively decorated, with strong wire bail handle, and a M inch shovel. FOLDING STOOL Only $069 Chrome finish tubular steel frame, rubber lipped. Colored Iwill seat, height overall 18 inches. pue >r^ S1IV8 9NI1SV) S31W09 ^v;, PLANTERS HARDWARE CO., Inc. "•wwSlS 126 West Main Home for Modern Farmer HOME FOR MODERN fanner 18 This modern thrift house, distinguished by ils simplicity and roominess, was designed for economy of construction and ease oX maintenance. It was especially designed to meet the needs jof a farm family, but also Is ideal for comfortable suburban living. Building costs are held to n minimum because of the' simple straight lines of the house, with no waste space. Standard itzo windows and cloor.s are used throughout; the plumbing and heating Is arranged for economical Installation. Original roof costs nnd future maintenance are kept low by the use of long-lasting asphalt shingles, which arc easily applied. Being fire-resistant, asphnll shingles give added protection from the threat of chimney sparks and windblown firebrands. ' An interesting feature is the overhanging roof, which adds architectural charm and gives an all-weather covering at the front door. The rear entrance, throuih the large utility room, helps make the house easy to keep clean. Ample closet space Is provided throughout the house, and tho closet in the utility room IK oversize for the storage of work clothes nnd children's outdoor garments. If the family bndgcl strictly limits the amount to be spent on a new home, the dining porch or recreation room (shown in the first floor plan) can be added later. Tho second floor provides space for two large bedrooms. Need a . . . Call Bonded and Insured Bill Wunderlich Phimbers Ask Higher Wages LitHe Rock Walkout Stops Work on 40 Construction Jobs. LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. July 2. 'U.P.)—Members of I he capital city's Plumbers and Stcp.mfiltors Local No. 155 were on strike today, following expiration of their j contract, nt midnight Sunday. | Twelve firms here were affected by Hie strike, with an estimated 80 plumbers involved in the ills- pule. Around 40 construction projects were lied up. and no plumbing replacements or repairs could bo completed. , The .strikers asked 12 av.rt one- half cent increase over the 41.53 per hour provided for In the old contract. An offer from the contractors was cny and one-half cent, raise, tip to $1.025. Hcpresrnling the contractors arc Hickcy ItlniKtedl. E. W. Daniel and Brooks Turner, in on negotiations for the plumbers arc Ed mown. Norman Smith mid John Dudley. If You Plan to >, Build or Remodel Call us for your PtuniimiK Needs. We stork and install Jail dumbing Fixtures. j JESSE W. PROVENCE Phone 27l!l : 1Z7 East Vine Street LUSTRE Wall Finish Wash this satin-smooth finish again and again.-Sturdy Semi-Lustre stands up beautifully! Dirt rolls off 30 ensily - Semi-Lustre is a dream come true for walls, ceilings in kitchen ancTbath . . . for woodwork throughout the house! Fresh, lovely pastels and white. As a Natural Aid For HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE High blood pressure associated with kidney disease may be reduced by keeping kidneys functioning pro;), erly. For Til) years doctors have prescribed this mineral water from Hoc Springs, Ark. Pure lastini; . . . not a laxative. Write today for free booklet. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division Blylheville, ArV. PORCH and FLOOR ENAMEL Rich lustrous colors that dry hard. Resists wear rind weather. Prevents rolling and decay. 3.56 Gal. COLORFUL ENAMEL! ENAMEL01D DURABLE VARNISH! M'AR-tiOT Roseland Service Station STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS OPEN SUNDAY — GAS 20c George Davis, Manager Hiwnv 18 West . All-purpose interior- A lustrous fiiii.h ;;.-t cfctcrior decorative resists acuffi.ir- cnamcll Applies ens- scratching, !.t:u,;: ."' ily, lines rapidly, re- Dries quiciii/.' C.k°3 sists wear, wcnthcr. or Satin fin 1.57 1.49 CASH BUYERS for YOUR PROPERTY! For a quick sale see me. J have huycrs for hamu.s. List your property with me. My commission is 5%. I have no sidelines. H. C. CAMPBELL Office 120 So. Second Phones 416 or M Qt. Tit. PLANTER'S HARDWARE CO., Inc. Tn NnukiiiB. Connminliitjs claln lint Nntionnlisl comninndtMr, 1 ssucd "civil war mobilii!.ilii>ii oi- lers." Both Nationalist nnd Com- inmist news nRcurk-s roixiricd n ncwal of fighting in ninny .irons. Something New in PET FISH Beautiful Black Fish With Telescope Eyes 19c each (Bowl Kxtra) The Mercury is Soaring , . . Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Sen-Ice Calls a Year ?1> Repairs to Electric Appliances Fully Guaranteed BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. (Wlicrc Courtesy Is Not a Memory) 138 E. Main SI. Phone 3616 Used Ice Refrigerators - 50-75-100 Good Used Singer Sewing Machine—sews like new MOW CEDAR CHESTS—New Perfect Sleeper Inncrspring Mattresses— Box Springs Alvin Hardy Furniture Co.' 301 East Main Al! OTlr Employees are War Veterans. Phone 2302 Terry Abslrad & Realty Co. Abstracts of Title — Lands — Loans 213 W. Walnut Phone 2381 the Wafer We Furnish Everything COMPLETE For the liathroom and Kitchen PLUMBING ELECTRIC PUMPS SEPTIC TANKS WATER HEATERS * Drink Plenty of It! " Use It for Bathing' * Use It In Your Garden .... On Your Lawn .... On the Outside of Your Home Remember—Water is your Best and Cheapest Commodity. Use it freely this Summer to promote Better Health for You and Your Entire Family. It will help relieve Summer Fatigue! Blytheville Water Co, Prices for Cattle, Hogs Short haul — Less shrinkage and no commission means more money for your livestock. LEO SWIFT BUTCHtR'S ABATTOIR Phone 3458 For River-Washed SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loam and Dirt for Fills LARKIN SERVICE STATION 219 East Main St. K. M. Larkln Halen Holmes FELIX A. CARNEY City Radio Repair Radios and Appliances 324 E. Main St. Phone 2 407 BERNARD ALLEN, "Water 7* Four Cheapest Commodityr IIT'S Roth rock DRUGS Free Delivery Phone 451

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