The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 30, 1946 · Page 6
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FAdt BLYTHEVILLfe (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1940 BETTER HOMES "" James Hilljr., Builds Home Work is Started on Five-Room Residence At Ninth and Holly One of the finest residences In Blytheville is being constructed by In your life for years to come 1 . This fumcnnry of mnjor points fot p your study is from the August issiii 1 of Better Homes & Gardens inaKa- xiiie. First buy n picre of good neighborhood. Visit will) your proswcllve . neighbors. He sure vour ilrrani Mr. and Mrs. James Hill. Jr., on | house ( |UOMI'I clash with thc-lrs. A ^ site between Holly and Hcnrn on j ],jg], prrccnt:n;c of owner-cimipiod Selection of Sites for Homes Merits Extra Special Attention loin The lot you select on which loin,mile) of a goad grade school and build your home will play a key role | :i. church of your choice. Look for Parks, playgrounds, an accessible, well-run shopping center and park- ini; .space, adult ties, nood commercial Missouri REA Co-Op to Hold Annual Meet Ninth Street. The site which was purchased several months ago is 120 by 200 feet. To, be California ranch type, tiie house will extend about 80 feet across the front, facing the west. The pink brick walls of the one- slory-housc, with a light green tile roof, will be complemented with a rose-red concrete terrace on the front, white louvercd shutters and elaborate wrought iron grill work decorating the entrance and the curved steps. A low brick wall, extending to the property line.s, will separate the front and back yards and an enclosed walhvay. at the rear side, will lead to the two-car garage. Tile combined concrete walk and driveway will be on the side front, curving' to fit in with the curved front steps. Another decorative effect will be numerous blue flower pots on the terrace in front of the large picture window in the living room and a long window box. for flowers, extending across the bedroom windows ' on the south side of the froiit. Much of the wooded lol will be left intact but some of the trees and' shrubs will be moved as the landscaping plan has only a tew shrubs and low Irees placed at intervals near the front so that the beauty of the house can be shown against- a setting of numerous trees in the rear. I.ivabillty Stressed Interior of the house will feature livabillty with plenty of space and the kind of kitchen every woman yearns for but few obtain. The front door is recessed and an entry hall connects with the library on the northwest, where there is a closet for a roil-away bed and other storage, arid a connecting bathroom. Three sections of book shelves add to this room, 14 1 -'- by 16 feet. The 14'i by 27-foot living room faces-the, west, with a fireplace on the wlile east wall*-<-flunked.- by elDors.":'leadlnB to a combined sun Eorch and play center. The back of the fireplace makes another fireplace on the porch, the same size as the living room, and . the two spaces may be thrown into one large area having two Tire- places^The east side is open with glass to be used in the Winter and screeiijn Jhe,Summer. From the porcli there is a terrace, enclosed by the house on three sides,."'affording outdoor recreation area hi privacy. The entry hall ends at the dining room, which opens also onto the sun porch. North of the dining room is the 9 by 11-foot breakfast room'which li*0s into the kitchen. In ,the kitchen, planned by ex- . I1AYTF, Mo., July 30. (UP)—A recreation faclll-1 ]» rBc attendance is expected at the meillcal facilities, mid I annual .stockholders meeting of the I'cmlscot-Dimklin Electric Co-operative which will be held here Ki'ldny, August 2. Glenn Knker, Die group's man- amusements, your nearness lo work and Judge (lown- town shopping In time, not distance, skillfully designed homes (Uve.s the nei^hhorhood stability. Chorw an established development, operated by a man of proved judgment. If H looks well- kept despite the strain of war yours, it has n good chance of enduring. For an improved site with all utility connections, don't spend more' than .10 percent of your total homo investment. JkHv.'een 1T> and 25 percent would IIP safer. For an unimproved lot, don't go any higher than 10 percent. Buy an appraisal by a qualified, disinterested expert. Check assessed valuation, and the front-foot valuation of recently sold property in the neighborhood. Check tax rate. Watch for special taxes—drainage and paving districts, irrigation, rtc. Don't buy too hni£ before building. While you hold the vacant lot you'll lose the interest on your Investment, the outgo for taxes Is certain,' and there may b<! special assessments. Buy within walking dtstnncc (half perls of a lending appliance company, there are such tcainrcs as built in cabinct.s. electric stove, dlFhwashcr, refrigerator and dis- Look for street plan, Innes, if wide enough to permit flre-fighllni! ctiuipniL'iH to maneuver, are good. Eliminating through truffle, moans safety to children, ciulet at, night, lower assessments for lighter [lavement. Alleys give access lo rear-lot garages, and provide otf-street location for utility poles. But they are undesirable !f they prohibit back-yard privacy. A lot 00 fen wide will Hive you the .sunshine, air, nnd privacy you need. Buy area for the kind of living you want. Gardens, bar'jceue pits, yard service areas all lake space. finy exact boundaries. Have them surveyed if there is any doubt. Good city zoning will safeguard your investment. Residential /onlnu is subject lo political pressure for change. Reasonable deed restrictions, whereby neighbors ar.reo lo maintain certain standards, are often a more satisfactory answer. Closed-end .•esidentlal j ager, sold that important business will be considered at the meeting and is urging as many members as passible lo lie present. The meeting will slnrl at' 10 a.m. in lite air-conditioned Missouri Theatre, The group will elect five directors and will consider the approval of re-urminl/liig under the REA cooperative Act which became law in 10M after the Pcmiscot-nimk- lln Co-operative had been organized under the old Agricultural Co-Operative Act. the itroup 1ms filed applications with the KiiA for nn allocation ot funds to build lines to serve »,S34 mere members on a waiting list. 'I lie group recently received permits from the Federal Communi- f.ti'jjis Commission' for the con- tructlon of a two-way shortwave aclui syslcm to link the central iflfce at Hayll with cVU mobile mils In the Held to provide Ix-l- er service to members. and placed on the market just a year ago. i The new subdivision is on the! cast side of South icth Street near I the swift oil Mill. ' Three concrete block houses have been completed and 11 others nave lieen contracted for, or, are l)?ing constructed. Th c co-operative, largest which Is thi! . is distributing electi'fclly, ( 0 5.108 members. Wncn materials, which ar c dor, are re-received. ilready on ov- an additional 1,000 members ulll be given service in the near future. Enter said, and posal unit, in addition to the sink. Off the kitchen there Is a large pantry for storage, a general storage closet ami an entry to the garage and to the basement. To Have l^irgc Ifciscmcnt In I he basement, to be 15 by 27 feet, will be a complete electric laundry with washing machine, Ironer, the furnace equipment, air conditioning unit, hoi water eQUip- nent, a work shop and extra storage space. .The two-bedroom unit ts on the south side of the house with a hall joining the ' bedrooms and bum. Dcors lend from both the sunpovcli and living room into the hall which has four closets hnviivj much space. In the front bedroom thevc are windows on the south, cast and west, because of a slight Jutting- 1 out, and a very large closet. 'In the other bedroom them are two closets with sliding doors and windows en (he south, east nncl north. Each bedroom Is 15'.0 by 1C reel. There Is a linen closet, in the Ifirt'e bnth room which has a south window. With the basement now being built by C. A. Tant, concrete, con- | tractor, other contracts have not yet been let. I Architects ar c Marshal! II. Walk-| er and John A. Walker, of Shrcve- port, La., where Mr. and Mrs. Hill made their home a number ol years before coming to Blythcvllle when h c became president nf Arkansas-Missour} Power Company. They now reside at 1103 Hcavn. Manila News Pvt. Jerry Grimes has gone to Cnmp Stoneman, Calif., to receive assignment for overseas duty. Frank Mlinilh .who has been ill of a heart ailment at his horn.', Is now improved .His daughter. Mrs. Gay Layson, n f Plymouth. Mich., has returned to her home. Pvt. Wayne Wallacn, stationed at Kelly Field, Ran Antonio, Is spending a M-day furlough at home. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie TcnBtiu have he lo Sanford. pin., to make their home. Miss Anita Cowan or [faultier City, Nev.. is the guest of her uncle and aunt, the Hev. and Mrs. F. i\1. Sweet. She was met In Ne.Tieton by Horace Mooring of Leachville. George Morris has gone to DC- Iroil, Mich., where he will be employed. ruMial FARM LOANS Lew Intwrw* Fair Appralul Prompt Svrrloa RAY WORTHINGTON Serving This Section for 21 Years 115 So. 3rd, niythcville, Ark.' Tune in Prudential Program Sunday at 3 p.m. over WHEC All Lots Sold In Addition For Negroes Ed I!. Cook has completed sales of all the :iO lots in the Ed B. Cook Subdivision for Negroes. Tliis land, purchased from E M. Holt Jan. 1,' 1945, was subdivided It You Plan to Build or Remodel Call us for your Plumbing Needs.. We slock and install all Plumbing Fixtures. JESSE W.PROVENCE Phone 2719 127 Kast Vine Street —For Lease— 13,000 ACRES, FINE DELTA PLANTATION- RENTAL EXTREMELY REASONABLE This place is in cultivation and located within M miles of Memphis, Tcnn. It Is one of the outstanding plantations in llv elllire Delta. The location anil the land is of the best; improvements ade- (liiate; lias 2!) miles of river frontage; soil is sandy loam and loamy soil. A good operator will easily make 7.0UO bales of cotton and 150,000 bushels of soy beans annually. At present prices, (his plantation will earn 51,!iOO,<M>6 annually. NEELY BOWEN Union Planters Hank Kltlg. Memphis, Tenn. EXCLUSIVE AGKNT -At 'g'h*& kECTAL DISEASES A SPECIALTY (AH Type! Except Canecr DRS. N1CS&NIE5 Clinic 514 Main, Bljthtvlllc. Ark, Phone Z*21 We Are Dealers for the Famous AWNINGS Slats-O-Woocl Awning are never out of season. They protect your home from the cold, rainy Winter weather as well as the: hot sunny Summer weather. Let us dress up your horn- with these permanent custom-built awnings. SPECIAL on WALLPAPER at DEAL'S This Week We have several nice puUerns of wallpaper on special snle this week. Shop first at DEAL'S for qualify Paints and Wallpaper ami save. 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