The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 26, 1960 · Page 8
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Dcltn Dcinocrnl-TImes 8. Tuesday, July 26. '60 Building Home Improvements .House Of The Week. Unique Conversation Corner Glamorizes This Ranch Home By DAVID t. BOWEN There's something new in the living room of this graceful ranch: a sunken conversation corner warmed by the fireplace and enclosed by a curving couch arid elegant iron railing. The cozy corner is three steps below the level of the living room. The difference in level plus the railing give it an air of intimacy that would be impossible in a large area, yet it doesn't detract from the unity of the living room--dining room "L". During large entertainments guests can circulate throughout the living room, which has j| There's Nothing Liko GENUINE TILE C*romft HI* KOESTLER TILE CO. Phone ED J-2634 Hwy. 82 E. luxurious over-all length of 26 feel. When the crowd thins out, however, the conversation corner makes an ideal spot for the hostess to take off her shoes and begin enjoying herself. Credit for Ihis fresh contribution to gracious living goes to Architect Rudolph Matern, who designed B-21 in the House of the Week series. Surprisingly, despite this sunken note of glamor, B-21 is engineered for the economy-minded. Its total living area is 1,337 square feet--not 'arge by today's standards. The room total is seven: L-shaped living and dining room, three bedrooms and a bath. Plans call for a basement, but the house could be built on a slab foundation. Over-all dimensions are 67' 8" in width by 24' 9" in depth. Extensive use of brick on the exterior contributes to the trim well-proportioned appearance am makes the house look unusually long and low. Additional Details 1 Another feature of the living room is the long bay with win BURK-HALL Exterior Ready Mixed HOUSE PAINT Reg. $7.50 Gal. 5 Gal. SAVE $1.51 High quality linseed oil paint, specially formulated to give a sparkling finish that lasts for years and years. DURANAMEL KWIK-GLOSS 4 HOUR QUICK DRYING ENAMEL Easy to ? | 98 Apply I Qt. Burk Hall-Tayloe Paint Glass Co. Hwy. 82 E. Opposite P. 0. ED 2-2629 Deltans In Service Cadet Edgar E. Moody. Jr. attending the AFROTC Summer Training Unit at Craig A i r Force Base, Ala. The four-week summer encampment is design ed to ready the college cadet for his future responsibilities as a commissioned officer in the Air Force Reserve. Army Pvt. Carl W. Nickleson, 18, son of Carl C. Nickleson, Pace, r e c e n t l y graduated from the 82d Airborne Division Jump School at Fort Bragg, N. C. Nickleson received his paratrooper wings after completing four weeks of intensive ground I and aerial training which includ-1 ed five parachute jumps. bw scat arrangement extending away from the fireplace. Sliding, glass doors lead from he dining room to the large covered rear porch, ideal for summertime meals. The porch is cov- Ted only behind garage and din- ng room but turns intr a terrace rhich extends all the way across o the family room, which also las a set of sliding glass doors. The kitchen and family room are a sweeping 21' 10" in com- )ined length. The U-shaped kitchen plan is * stepsaver for Mom. Open plan permits her to keep an eye on the children while they arn playing or eating in the fam- ly room. Another effective feature is the attractive foyer. A floor of polished slate gives it a look of luxury and eliminates maintenance. As a hub for traffic flow, the foyer contributes greatly to the excellent circulation. You can go from the front entrance to any part of the house without inter rupting the activities of others in the family. The architect has been gener ous in providing storage. Bedroom closets are large, a good sized linen closet is located cen trally among the bedrooms, ant a deep bathroom cabinet accom modules linens and toiletries There's even a broom closet ir the kitchen and big garage closets take care of outdoor storage needs. SUNKEN CONVERSATION CORNER -- Artist's conception"shows coiy corner set apart for friendly chats. The corner is thrc« steps below level of living room. ' 5 5'-5* Hat Boyle Say* Honeymoon Over When Hubby Wants Kitchen In Good Shape FLOOR PLAN -- House has lew variations Iro m basic rectangular shape, whieh makes for economy in construction. Entrance foyer insure good circulation patter. Graduated July 1 from five and one-half months of study at the | Armed Forces Staff College in Norfolk, Va., was Nvy Cdr. Felix E. Ward, of Rosedale, Miss. He has received orders to the Naval Air Station, Corpus Christi, Tex. LONG, LOW AND LOVF.LY -- Liberal use of brick on the exterior contributes to the pleasing lines of this modest-sized three-bedroom ranch, which features a dramatic sunken conversation comer in the 2-foot living room. Building Editor: Enclosed is 50 cents. Please send me a copy of the study FABULOUS SUMMER PREMIUM FREE KODAK FILM FOR LIFE with the purchase of one gallon Pee S A V I N G S America's Number One O F F R O M 2 5 T O 3 0 % O n A l l Y o u r P a i n t N e e d s St« -- Dam -- Tfc« Paint Man G O Y E R C O . - { P a i n t Dept.) Phone ED 2-8152 815 Aleiander Free Parking plan for The House o! The Week, Design Number | I 1 NAME (Please Print) STREET 'j Isolation from contemporaries, |!often increasing with the years is .I another." The genius seldom has a normal family life. "Fifty-five per cent of this sample did not marry at all," he said. According to census reports, by the age of 60, about the median for this group, approximatly 90 per cent of the men of normal intellect are married. CITY . STATE , Pitt. English prime minister and statesman; Alexander P o p e English poet; Johann Wolfgang Goethe, German author; Hugo irotius Dutch jurist; Samuel Taylor Coleridge, English poet; John Quincy Adams, United States president; and Francois Voltaire, French philosopher and author. By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP)-Thlngs a columnist might never know ii he didn't open his mail: One reason women outlive men seems to be that they are more gcrmproof. Of 365 disease condi- lions, men are more susceptible to 245, women to only 120. Most kids believe bubble gum is new. Actually it was first introduced in 1906, only it was too sticky for the children of that day. Modern bubble-gum, made with a synthetic base, was developed in 1928. Do you really dislike your Job? If you do you are an exception. A recent study showed that 62 per cent of the working public felt they would be no happier with a different job. What's in a name? Joe Sharp, a member of Sammy Kaye's troupe, has a brother-in-law tamed Jim Flat. Lucky Bonarch Queen Elizabeth of England is i lucky monarch, and here's one fact about her more women might envy than her crown--she doesn't have to diet. Two of her favorite foods are grapefruit and roast lamb. Canine society news: The poodle now has passed the beagle Southerners Are No) Mealeaters In Comparison WASHINGTON (AP)-An Agri culture Department study showed that people in north central and western states eat about 10 per cent more meat per person than the average for the country a* a whole. Southerners consume about 15 per cent less meat per capita while the average for the northeast states is about the same as 'that for the United States, the study indicated. The lower a v e r a g e for the South, the department said, reflects both a relatively large proportion of low-income people and generally, a lower level of meal consumptioh per person across the whole range of incomes. The department said a check on the kinds of meat consumed in the spring, of 1955 showed thai beef led with 41 per cent, pork accounted for 38 per cent, am the olher 21 per cent included luncheon meats, lamb, mutton veal and such. America's most popular purebred dog. The Chihuahua ranks third and-the dachshund fourth. Who can remember when to own an airedate or a collie was a mark of distinction? Apt definition: Arthur Murray says you can always tell a fam ily man--He i« the one whose wallet holds snapshots instead ol money. Speaking of money, here is one more possible - proof that women can handle it better than men: Some 10 million U. S. men--compared, to only 4 million U. S. women--have had to hock a personal possession in a pawn shop at some time in their life to raise ready cash. Woodman, spare that tree: Can anyone present recall when people ate indoors and cooked with gas or electricity? Americans now use 350.000 tons of charcoal a year in backyard barbecues, and the industry expects the figure soon i goti fe iBd.Wfj tons. Tha good old days: In 183J there were only four automobiles registered in this country. Can you spell penitentiary correctly? II you can you »ro a better speller than three out of four adults. Wisecrack of th» week: Tha honeymoon is over, 1 says Robert Q. Lewis, "when a fellow would rather sec the kilchtn in good shape than « good shape in the kitchen. One way to live longer may bo to leave your car parked in tha garage on Saturday. Of the 37,800 Americans killed in car accidents last year, nearly one fifth, died in Saturday crashes. 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Although the men came from widely varying backgrounds, they had at least three childhood patterns in common. Natural superior intelligence was another common attribute, McCurdy's report showed, but (his in itself does not guarantee published by the Smithsonian Institution, that the following characteristics were found to be common to the childhood of those studied. --A high degree of attention focused on the child by parents and other adults, expressed in in- tcnsive educational measures and, usually, abundant lo v e. --Isolation from other children, especially outside the family. --A rich efflorescence of fantasy, as a reaction to the other two conditions. "It might be remarked," he said "that the mass education of our public school system is. in 'j For the study, McCurdy chose individuals who did extraordinary work in science, law, literature or [politics. Their lives cover the pelt must riod from 1497 to 1S73. 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As far as the individual is con- l.cerned, this trend may lie a boon, 1;since genius is generally a costly! " ift. "Superficially an enviable piece of luck," he said, "it is actually a f a t a l i t y which exacts - tribute from the possessor. Ex- I Irene absorption in very h a r d work, with sometimes broken health, is one of the penalties. That Is Available Every Day Of The Year. Cool, restful sleep all summer long with electrically conditioned airl Appetites are better . . . the whole family feel* happier and healthier in a cool, ctoan horn*. EASY CREDIT TERMS Virden Lumber Steel Co. 815 Alain St. "Builders of Colonial Heights" Phone ED 2-5421 I$5000 GUARANTEE AgaJntt fvlvret Termffe Damage TERMS AVAILADLE For Free Inspection Call Thomas A. 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