The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1950 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1950 BLYTHEV1I.LB (ARK.) COURIER NEWg PAGE NINB Mk flB Bft *^B B B^ e^A • • • ^^b. i^^ ^^ M •• ^M *M «H ^« ^ • >e__. - _^_ i '-1 REPAIRS - IMPRHMtmS^MflDfilNC Reprint Stage of Home T ime to Plan Heating Unit Because heating fuel Is one of tlicj ostliest contlnous expenses In op-' rating a house, the prospective lome-builder should take every care obtain the most efficient and conomical heating system. Now is ie time to plan this for the hun- retls of thousands of homes now In ie blueprint singe which will be eady for fall or early winter. . There 7 efficient types of heat- systems, all adaptable to oil, as or coal. They are: gravity warm Ir; forced warm air; 'gravity hot 'ater; forced hot water; one pipe HE-RO Dresi up your home! Protect ill Let ut re-roof with handsome, long-wearing Certain-teed shin- ties of fire-resisting asphalt. They'recolorfulITheygiveyouiD •UBfeathtr roof! Let us estimate, leHyou about time payment plan*. m; two pipe steam or vapor; and panel heating. Choice of a healing system Is governed by the home-owner's preference in heating comfort; by the fuel to be used; and size and design of the house. Tlie quick results of hot steam radiator appeal to some; others prefer n hot water system. Panel or radiant heating is widely used in basement less houses. Rooms are heated by coils of pipe, or by ducts, embedded in floors, walls or ceiling, through which hot water or hot air circulates. Warm uir heat, however, is most popular with home-owners. A nation-wide survey of 16,000 families showed that nearly 50% prefer this type of central heating; about one-third radiant panel heat; only one-sixth '•cboostns radiators. ' Get Expert's Advice The appropriate system for a new home; technical dotails of equipment, installation and performance; and Its relation to the total house cons (ruction should Le studied and agreed upon at the outset by owner, heating' and building contractors and architect. Careful cooperation between building and heating contractors will save money i ami give smoother, more efficient performance of the heating plant. By planning the placement of pipes or risers ahead of time, the framing members of the building can be located to allow passage of ducts or pipes without cutting and resultant weakening of the frame of the building. To aid efficient operation of the heating system the house should be made as completely "weatherproof" as posiblc, by use of proper insulation and other measures. Weatherproof House 'Even the best heating system would have a hard time heating a tent In winter weather," stated the Small Homes Council, University of Illinois. "Use storm-sash anc storm-doors; caulk joints nrounc and outside walls. All ~of these will pay back good dividends. They wil reduce the initial cost of the heating system, reduce fuel bills and increase year-round comfort." Other primary considerations In Installing a heating system are: hot water supply; proper chimney; operating and safety controls, room thermostat; fuel delivery and stnr- age; ash removal; placement of registers In warm air heating; selection of radiators for hot water and steam. E. C. Robinson Lumber Co. Phone 551 Boys Win in Girls' World EASTON, Mel. — W)— Seems the little girl's world Is rapidly becoming the little boy's world In these parts. Recently a boy walked away with the hop scotch championship for the area. And now, school officials report the lads are .Invading the most hallowed feminine field of all. In a dol show at Easton elementary school boys entered practically as many exhibits as the pah. Completed— A SATISFACTORY PAINT JOB Years of long lasting beauty and the utmost in paint protection . . . equal real painl satisfaction. You ore osiured of this paint satisfaction when your .house is painted with . . . RED SPOT SELF CLEANING WHIT! • STAYS BRAND NEW TINTS AND COLORS • BOTH SMART AND PRACTICAL. 5-Gal. Containers 4.45" er Gal. Containers 4.55 Per Gal 0 Austin & Wicker RED • SPOT - PAINT — GLASS — WALLPAPER 11.2 S. First Street Phone 6207 —Courier News I* ho to WILMAMSTiURG COLONIAIr~Of Willinmsbure Colonial design^ the now home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin luff man, Jr., at 1216 Country Club Drive. The story and a half house contains nine rooms. Including four icdrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, furnace room and laundry room. Of brick veneer construction, Lhe home has interior walls of plaster and hardwood floors. Wall-to-wall carpeting is used in the living room, entrance hall and dining room. Both bathrooms are of tile. A feature of the house is the Inrge entrance hall with open stairway. Prom a four by eight-feet entrance, which has rubber tile on. the floor, a step leads to I he carpeted entrance hall. A 30-inch colonial paneled dado is used in the living room, entrance hall and also follows the stairway to the upstairs hall. The living room includes a fireplace, which has imported marble man- tel and hearth. The front door is framed in a typical colonial entrance with sidelights. The large porch Is located on tlie south side of the house. A hot-water heating system that utilizes recessed convectors is used. "lush Door Is Like Desk Top; All Wood Finishes Suitable To understand what R "flush • ioor" is. think of a desk top. Be- idea size and shape, the only dif-: ercnce in apjjearance Is that both ides of a flush door are faced with attractively grained hardwood vein ers. Flush doors, like most desk tops, *re made of hardwood plywood. 3oors of this kind are being used u homes to a steadily increasing extent. The intrinsic beauty of wood ve- icer is one reason flush doors are o well-liked. For maximum smooth- icss. flush doors are belt-sanded at he factory. This enables the homeowner to select any method of wood Mulshing—wax, lacquer, stain and .'arnish, shellac or paint. Flush doors resist sagging, warp- .ng and buckling.Plywood gains ;hese qualities from its cross-grain construction, tn which the grain :>f one layer of wood runs at right angle. 1 ; to the grain of adjacent layers. Some Hush doors have solid cores Mid some arc the hollow-core type. Hollow-core doors are as much HS 40 per cent lighter than standard panel doors, which have recessed surfaces instead of being entirely flat and smooth. Despite its name, a hollow-core door is not completely hollow. Interior construction of en consists of many small compartments, permitting the door to he light, in weight without any sacrifice of strength or durability. Flush doors are easy to clean- There are no dirt-catching moldings as there nrc in panel doors. Wood veneers of handsome grain and texture are needed only for the surfaces of a flush door. Because interior sections can be made of less utEracUve but equally durabl c woods, manufacturing costs are kept low. Flush doors L are Iti tlie sami price raiiKC as panel doors of com parable quality. Exposure to sunlight results in the formation of vitamin D in Hit body, but the best natural sourci is the liver of salt-water fisr especially cod and halibut. Reol Estate Transfers hlckasawta District— D. E. and Iris Bale Jones lo C. C. latton, Lot I of Block 4 ol the Country Club Drive Addition, $430. Sidney E. Cnittrcll to R. K. Mnrr, at 10 of Dlock i of (he Second Roplnt of tlie J. P. Pride nnd Gateway subdivisions, $100 nnd other lonslderntions. Russell K. and Murgucrite Mttrr o Riclmrd Howard and Mnry Elizabeth WnLson, Lot a of Block 2 of the Country Club Drive Addition, $8500. Clyde A. Whilley to P. li. Joyner, x>t G of Dlock (j of the Country 3lub Addition, $1 and oilier considerations. Kntc o. Martin to Sterling p. Martin, a tract of land 100 by 418 eel SK l|4 of SE 1|4 of Section 8- Mnx nnd Annie Laurie Logan and Harold n. and Marie D. Wright to William Birl James, Ix>l 22 of Block p of John 13. Walker Second Subdivision, $900 and other slderatioiis. con- in manufacturing asphalt shingles, felt Is saturated with asphalt. Max and Annie Laurie Logan and The tclt Is coated with a harder and Harold B. and Marie D. Wrlgtst and then mineral gran- to Hiratn T. nnd Lee Anna Howscr, lilts are embedded in the surface. Lot 10 of Block F of John B. Walk- The finished product is flre-reslst- er Second Subdivision, $1,000. Joe S. and Martha Bomlx>lnskl to Leo J. Boinboltuikl, Lot 22 of Block 31 of the Blythe Addition, $1. Max and Annie Laurie Lotfnn and Harold B. and Marie D. Wright to Jatne.s A. and r.unicc 13. Young, Lot 5 of Block C of John n. Walker Second Sulxllvlslrm, $1,000. a variety Same Material In Roofs, Roads Tlie ruofs on most Americans' houses nve h:tstonily Hie .snmc n.s nmny of the roads on which they drive Uiclr cars, A muin raw material of both roofing uml paving ts n.sphnlt ( a pc- trolcnm tlciJvnttvc. Produced sct- ciitlflcnlly in oil refineries, nsphnlt l.s the part Hint remains after gnso- lino, oils nnd other lighter products hnvc been separated from tile crude pL'lrolcum. "PETE" The Plumber, Sez: "liusl remedy for all healer iiilnienls is expert, plumbing repair! For fast, reliable plumbing service, tall us! Our pri- ccs reasonable, our work guaranteed!" 1'IIONE Let Us Install That Extra Bathroom Modernize Your Present Bathroom QUffiTERI Sound ibsorbing iprin»«, SKF ball bearin«i, m«»n quieter, imoother operation! P F M A Certified Ratingi. Ask for In- ilallation eitimate. FHA term* Pritei now lower than pre-war avtrag*) Builders Supply Co. r Inc. W. II. Penst J. Wilson Henir Smith Highway 61 Phone MM Amazing new house paint makes your home dazzling new with just 1 C03t! the sensational new - the brand new IEVOE Ojifi-CMt House Paiiil FROM THE GREAT ORATORIES OF [ .FIR'ST AMERICA •fb«A"KER! RE-PAINT YOUR HOME brighter, more sparkling while llinn yon (Irennicd possible — will just one coal of jiaint! Dcvoc One-Coal House Paint is new—brand new! Developed Ly Dcvoe & Raynolds chemists lo go over every previously painted outside surface. (Prepare bare wood willi Devoc 539 Undercoat.) You get long-lasting home Lcauly and Jiroleclioi) al great saving! ' let Us Recommend a Reliable Painter "Yoor Point Headquarters' KENP WHISENHUNT & CO Phone -1169 109 K. Main What 1$ The Magic? ... Behind The Two "Mystery Grilles"in Coleman's Hew Blend-Air Individual ROOM Heat-Gradation...Makes Floors Warn As Ceilings...Gets More Usable Heat From The Furnace!...Yet So Simple... So Easy To Install! These Two Grillet Are AM You See in the room ... yet between them in the wall takes place a most amaiing heating action that gives you a better heated home. It's Called a BLEND-AIR. There is nothing else like it- only Golem an has it! BLIND-AIR l> More Than A Warm Air Duct System I It's a totally new way of using and distributing the heated air from the furnace. It provides individual heat-control for each room. Ir Renews The Warmth in the room in a matter of seconds. It keeps temperature from floor to ceiling within a variation of just a few degrees day or night. It Slops Waite of Heat at the ceiling-it makes use of this heat to keep the floors warm. You Get More Even Heat, more useful heat, and more comfort than was ever possible before, because BLEND- AIll blends and distributes heat better. Actually SAVES on Installation! Yet-you may find BLEND-AIR actually cuts installation cost, compared with old-fashioned systems. What Is The Magic Power Hidden In The Wall Between These Two Grilles? Let Us Show You! See Ui And Find Out I Come in-let us demonstrate th« new Cpleman Automatic Furnace with BLEND-AIR today. Learn the difference in comfort-learn how better healing may cost you less! AUTOMATIC FURNACES Have BLEND-AIR 2-BEDROOM HOME COMPLETELY INSTALLED For As Low at 5650 FRANK SIMMONS TIN SHOP 1T7 South Broadway Phone 2651

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