The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 21, 1963 · Page 9
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The House Of The Week THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Wednesday, August 21, 1963 9 Tidy Ranch Has Its EVERYTHING Ivom ils arresting facade to its angled imerior walls and dramatic caihcdral ceilings marks this ns one of the most creative designs evev to appear in the House ot the Week series. That's a powerful claim, but the Tact that this house contains a basic area of only 1.297 sq. ft, makes it a safe one. Architect Samuel Paul, who lias accepted the challenge of strict space limitations many limes in the past, has shown more clearly than ever in this elegant little design that small homes can be just as imaginative as large ones. Dimensions ot the house ave only 5V-1" by Ay over-all which means it will be quite comfortable on a 6j' lot. The desijjn is number J-S9 In the House of the Week scries. Among its more striking features is what architect Paul calls n carpoiTh -- a roofed area, open m one side, which can serve as a sheltered parking area or a covered addition to an entrance court. Another exciting innovation, included as an aid to creative interior decorating, is the intentionally angled walls of the living, dining and family rooms, In addition, the three bedrooms plus the living and dining rooms have sloped ceilings which conform to the sire t( each room, Best of all, these interesting innovations aren't inordinately expensive, as their sparkling differ- once might suggest. As always, Paul has kept one eye on economy throughout the design. For the exterior of the house Paul used basically only one material, venical siding, so as not to detract from the unusual shape which is the source of ils charm. The shape and location of the window's, a few flower boxes, a touch o.' plywood and some stone veneer Incing the entrance court provide colorful accents. ADDITIONAL DETAILS An important detail that might so unnoticed at first glance is thai a l l three bedrooms plus the living room, dining room and kitchen are cornei' rooms, with a resulting abundance of light and air. A nice entrance foyer serves as a visual addition to ihp living room . bui ai the same time keeps t r a f f i c out of the room and efficiently funnels it 10 any one of the three activity areas -- sleeping area, formal area and informal area, all of which a IT clearly zoned with "!v laucr two properly interrelated. A low planter adjoins Ihe linen closei at !ho foyer, and the closet also has a high planter above it. The combination forms a pleasant ; entrance to the living room. As an optional feature Paul has included ; CHARMINGLY DIFFERENT: This elegant little ranch contains seven full rooms in modest dimensions of 51'4.' by 45'. A courtyard'graces the entrance, and inside a striking comer fireplace, I h e lype ihat can be viewed from any pan of Ihe room, which helps to define the dining room boundary. An optionni. barbecue uses i h e same chimney on the patio outside. The kilchen has a double bowl corner sink and a r.ew type cooking ensemble which features a double oven at eye level over an extra wide range top. A breakfast bar, which has a. step-saving lifr-lop, divides the kilchen and family room. In addition 10 ihe bar there is plenty of room for a table in the kitchen. A lavaiory is well located near Ihe service entrance and ihe kitchen. The main bath is convenient to Iht 1 formal area as well as the bedrooms. There are two major optional feadnv's. One is elimination of the basement, in which ca.se laundry and heater equipment would go whore the basement si air is located. The o i h f r is elimination of the carporch entirely, or delaying iis conslruclion until you can better afford it. When built, the carporch will provide an additional L'GO cubic foi of storage space besides ils more obvious benefits. 1; also- will be 1ho key feature in a charming entrance courtyard which could be developed with low slone benches, flower beds, perhaps a reflecting pool or fountain. cathedral ceilings and angled walls provide a dramatic difference. It has three bedrooms, I'/i baths. ollernale floor plan without bosemenl FLOOR PLAN: Carporch could be added later, or eliminated altogether without hurting architectural symetry. Inset shows how basement also could be eliminated, with heater and laundry equipment occupying stair well area. Basic house contains 1,297 square feet. MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY FOR A 'BABY BLUEPRINT' OF DESIGN Full study plan information on this arcrutect-desicncd House of The Week can be yours now. It comes to yoo in a handy folder with a baby blueprint showing each floor and all elevations plus "Tips on Building a House." The price is only 50 cents. Send to House of the Week, Law-ton Constitution, Third and A, Lawton, Okla. DRAMATIC DECOR: Cathedral ceiling and handsome stone fireplace are immediate eye-catchers in this strikingly different living room. At right is "dining room, with door leading to terrace. Splayed end wall and judicious use of glass- create excellent opportunities for imaginative interior decorating. Please send me a baby blueprint on Design Enclosed is 50 cents. J-89 Name Street print plulnlj) City State Mike Asks OK On Airport Aid WASHINGTON, D.C., Aug. 21 (Special)--Pointing to accomplish-' ments in Oklahoma as.an example. Sen. Mike Monroney .today Urged that Congress approve 'his Airport-1 Aid Act al this session. ; In the 10 years since Monroney put the federal airport aid program , on a basis which permits cities to ; plan ahead for federal matching; funds, Oklahoma cities and towns have completed well over S30 million in airport improvements. . The Oklahoma segment of .the national airport system authorized by the Act extends throughout -the Stale. The Federal Aviation Agency recently announced an allocation of Sl.907.000 for construction i and -improvement of IS municipal | airports in Oklahoma, In nine pre- i vious -years federal matching funds toluling 513,452.495 have been spent in the stwte, Sen. -,-Monvoney said. , This will bring the 10-year total to : $15,359,495, the Senator .said, The j federal grants .have been matched i on a.tetter than 50-50 basis by local funds.:. . . . , ·- · In'.addition-to Oklahoma City and' Tulsa, which have built large j enough airports to accommodate | jet service to both coasts, the 301 other; Oklahoma cities participat-! ing in the federal-aid program since | 1955'.arc Ada, Alva, Bartlesville.: Beaver, Chickasha. Cordell, Duncan, .Enid, Elk City, Erick, Guy-. mon, .Grove, Hobart. Idabel, Kingston, '- Lawton, Norman, Ardmore \ and Lake Murray Stale Park, ; Markham . Ferry at Pryor. Ponca i City.V.Poteau, .Sem'inole, Sallisaw, | Stillwater, Shawnee, Sayre, Vinita, I Wgonor,. '-Watonga,: and' Waynoka.' Cotton Crop Estimate Lowered OKLAHOMA CITY CUPI) --The Oklahoma Slate Conor. Exchange revised its estimate of the state's 1963 cotton crop sharply downward- today, setting it aL 314.140 bales. The agency said the estimate represented an increase of 1 per. cent over the 1962 harvest, from' 12 per cent less acreage. The estimate was down sharply Irom the private organization's August estimate of 349.000 bales, bul still above the li. S. Department of Agriculture's' · official Aug. 1 estimate of 300,000 bales. Di-y weather during July took a heavy loll on the state's. No, 2 cash crop, the exchange- said. Weather -was described as .unfavorable in all areas of the·'slate-1 except for a few spots in the east. | The exchange said the crop was j fruiting fairly well considering | wealher; conditions and insect damage had been somewhat less than usual. · OFFICE SUPPLIES · OFFICE FURNITURE Desks - Choir* - Filn McCord's 517 C Avenue Dial EL 5-2079 Complete SWIMMING POOL SUPPLIES Southwest Chemical Co. Six Injured As Car Smashes Into Scene Of Earlier Wreck OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- A car careened out of control, narrowly missed about 40 spectators and police officers and then crashed into two cars at the scene of an auto accident on an Oklahoma Cily expressway Tuesday night. Six persons were-.injured, including a fireman washing gasoline from the pavement, Quality Plus Economy! SAVE UP Harold "Tfl 9(\°/n ' Joc ' Sturccss *"· fmV ° Roberta, On Automobile and HOMEOWNERS Coverage Be SURE and COMPARE Coverage and Rates . ..; Dial EL 3-6222 DISCOUNT DEPARTMENT STORE 44TH AND CACHE ROAD LAWTON, OKli'A. 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