The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1944 · Page 3
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ITUESDAY, MAY,2,1944 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COURIER NEVVS BETTER HOMES Ijarm Building Repairs Vital Inadequate Shelter For Stock and Crops Hurts Food Program 'f-Nltie out of every ten American farms have buildings which should lie repaired al once if agriculture Is (o hold up its end of tlie food J production program according to' 1 prominent farm structures author- [[lles, The maintenance mul repair | of farm buildings, they report, Is of tlie most serious problems | lacing farmers today. A federal survey made ten years I ago Indicated that new service I buildings were needed on more than I two million farms. Since that time, [repair and new construction have I failed to keep pace with detcribra- 1 .Ion, To remedy this situation, fanti- |:rs are urged to restore buildings l:o such a state of repair that they I will provide adequate storage for props and proper shelter for poul- I'.i'y, live stock and machinery. I One obstacle in tlie way of this I joal is the shortage of lumber and I iomc other materials. Buildings au- |:lioritics, however, point out that I:hcre are non-critical materials' I ivatlable which arc well suited for \ 1 'arm construction. Among them I lire the various asbestos cemcnU I iroducls, which even before the war I lad proved their worth on the 1 'arm. The asbestos products Include i,|fctalos board, shingles and std- rn£;. The board is a versatile malarial which comes in large sheets. I't is used as a structural-material In the building of small shelters. lor sheathing inside and out, for partitions and ceilings, for siding, Imd for roofing small buildings. I \sbestos shingles ami sidings, being liotb fireproof and durable, provide Inilcrior protection that is both rompleie and practically .maintcn- lincc free. In the interest of greater food I (reduction, the asbestos industry lias just published a 24-page booklet, Build It With Asbestos," which I (escribes how these materials mny [ic used on the farm. A copy will he sent free to any farmer writing Ihe Asbestos Farm Service Bureau, 121 North LaSalle Street, Chicago •III. Dwarf Fruit Trees Are Decorative and Productive Dealer-Built Farm Shelters Aid Production The prcfabrlcallon of portable farm slrudure.s by building male- rials dealers has been greatly stimulated by Ihe shortage of farm help, according to leaders in the field. Increased production goals liavfi expanded the need for new farm shelters. Uealizlng that many (armors are loo busy to put up their own buildings, the dealers have taken over Ihe Job. As a result, (armors are now able lo order ready-built brooder houses, farrowing houses and other small slruo lures as easily ns they would a bag )f feed. The buildings nro constructed according to plans nnd specifications drawn up by the agricultural experts of various building materials manufacturers. Quantity production methods keep down the costs and good workmanship assures satisfactory results. These shelters are built largely from non-critical materials. One material widely used is asbestos cement board, it is a fireproof product made from asbestos fibers and Portland cement, formed Into dense sheets under great pressure. Because of this mineral composition it cannot burn, rot, decay, corrodo or be eaten by rodents or termites Homes Undergo Improvements And Repairs . Several Hlylhcvllle homes arc undergolnR improvnnenls and repairs this week. Among (hem Is (lit) E. P. Dorum home, 1022 West Holly, which Is being rcfiiilshed on (ha exterior with asbestos shingles. TIlC L. D. Chllmbllll home, 13ia,v,mu, IUMUHVIII vi.iu, We.sl Main, Is being enlarged with oluli, mid was voled Ihe addition of a new bed room, •— Especled lo be completed nexl'lln. week, Ihe room Is being built tol The sereewd-ln front pwrli of the rear of Ihe living room. 11 will I (lie W. C. Gales residence, GOO West be occupied by Mrs. Jack Clmmli- Walnul, was repainted while, a Students Wilt Receive Degrees Soon Three Manila students will receive di'fiiee.s .lioin Arkansas Slate College, Joncsboro. May 15. Arnold A. l'lill!l|Ci. son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom 1!. I'hllllps, will bi> grimU'd u degree ot liaehelor of Science In Kdiiniliun. He Is pri'sl- di'hl of Ihe senior elass, nirmbcr of Delta OhK'ga Slginu Irrnlly, lulrrimllniml Club, Hlstovlnil Club, uclal fra- Hc-lalkins kg Club, Ail In n rm'iil An Espalier delicious apple tree—decorative and productive. BV HENRY L. TKEE Written for NBA Introduction of dwarf Espalier frnit trees makes it possible for tlie gardener with limited space to enjoy the luxury of fresh apples, cherries, pears, peaches, plums, nectarines and apricots. These trained trees may be grown in any narrow area provided they receive a good share of sunlight Correctly trained Espalier trees make a beautiful decoration for a bare side of I gage galvanized) vour home or garage and are par-1 apart, witli tile ticularly adapted lo planting along fence or trellis. When in bloom Who's Who 1 conducted on the cnm- ms ns being the most valuable joy student. Miss Ulltun Ann Shaver will receive a Uuchclor of Science In iioiUloH degree. Miss Shaver Is principal of Manila lilcincnlnry School, Miss Clola M. McCormlck,daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc- Cormlck, ulso will receive her Bachelor of .Science in Education degree. She Is n teacher In Mnn- ila Elemcnhuy School, \VAHNINC OKDKIl III the Chancery Court, CI1ICKA BAWI1A DISTIUCT, Mississippi County, Arkansas, Krncsl, Fowler, I'lulnllft, vs. • No. HOI!) Mnvy Fowler, Defendant. Tho defendant, Mnry Fowler, la hereby warned to appear,, wl'.hlri thirty days In the court namcdMn the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, Krnest Fowler. . • . Dated llils 17 day of April, 1944, JiAHVUY MOimiS, Clerk • Hy Doris Miiir, D, 0. Holland & Tnylor, Altys. for Pltf. J. Graham Sudbury, Ally, ad liitcm. 4|18-2S-5i2-8 AT FIRST SICM Of A pensive wall trellis may be made with to 10 tingle irons. Screw the -inch arm of the Iron to (he wall in line with the wire (horizontally), then stretch the wires between Espaliers are propagated from true dwarf roots and scions which limit their si/.e and growth. Only true Espalier stock can be used to prop- the,projecting ends. Never plant a crly grow these forms. Standard trcf closer than 13 inches to wall trees just will not do. ' " ' " Planting is similar or foundation, to that of Each tree should bo fed at the other (mil trees—good soil and, time of planting and once each year ample room for root development., thereafter with one pound of i-12- Merchants Wi/J Take |Veekfy Half Holiday Blytheville business- firms ^ will let-in their summer closing hours pniorrow, when most of the stores 'ill close at 12 o'clock noon. Planning to close eaeh Wednes- Jay afternoon, as was done last Icar, the stores will continue this |:l.-,torn until Hcpt. G. Trellis supports ma v vary In char- j 4 fertilizer. Water when the ground acter, but whether against a wall | is dry nml spray each season ns for or out in the open, the wires (M-I other fruits, A protective, winter should be a foot! mulch plnccil about the lower trunk bottom wire the hi the area covered by the root ' they present an array of lovely blossoms. ' Espalier trees, which grow like vines along walls, will bear larger fruit than standard orchard trees due to greater sun exposure penetrating through the branches. Because trunks of Espalier fruit trees seldom exceed six inches, and the branches are sinnll, most of Ihe strength of the tree goes into tho fruit. Fruit men declare that products from these trees have a finer texture an ( i are juicer than fruit from orchard trees. The variety of designs in which Espaliers can be trained is Unlimited. T-shapcs, U- shapes, palmettos, candelabra, horizontal and vertical cordons pyramids and many other IntQrcsliiiE designs can be worked out to fit any space in your ynrd. An Espalier tree needs no more space or care ihan a climbing rose. The best iame height as the first serial | system Is recommended." branch 'of the tree, and the top vire li feet above grade. For planting as a hedge or fence, TAME Give It llml well groomed look. Add lilolre. Kcci) your use 2-inch galvanized pipe driven.' UNRULY Imlr lylntr Hut. Alwnyn well into the ground and spaced! ••••*» Morollno Hair Tonic. Large 10 feet apart. A simple and inex- HAIR Ijotllc 25c. Sold everywhere. ANNOUHCIHG- The opening of a completely modern electrical repair shop at 116 North First St. Bring your electrical problems, large or small, to us . /. My 17 years in electrical repair RIGHT HERE IN BLYTHEVILLE is your assurance of satisfactory work. J.T. (Charlie) Stalcup Phone 2993/544 or 2598 Most pooplo quoBft the pile* of Ruberoid AsphaJt Shingle* higher than it really IB. They aio ema tbat such • upetb colors, textures and styles... such dmabSUty And Uro-rosislance * .. must bo cosily. But whon you qet our figures on Kuborold Asphalt Shingle* lor To-iooling ... or for new construction ... you will loam that [her otfar you tnor« for jour money... cc«t IQM per year. / >•* IDelta Lumber Co Blythcville's Only Home Owned Lumber Yard 201 N. Second Phor.a 497 MORE WAR BONDS ; 1. ONE COAT COVERS MOST WAUPAPERS. t2. APPLIES EASILY. I 3. DRIES IN ONE HOUR. j 4. MIXES WITH WATER. ; 5. WASHABLE. CAl. PASTE FORM Does the Average Room ROLL IT ON WITH A SMART BORDERS MILEIK,.- '"'"— T* KOATER PER ROIL BRIGHTEN UP FURNITURE • WOODWORK • TOYS with SHERWIN-WILLIAMS One Coat Enamel Easy 10 use ... covers with one DUll coat ... no Inush marks ... " many gorgeous colors. TOM LITTLE ,! HARDWARE CO., Inc. 126 W. MAIN P110NE 515 A New Roof Will Make Your > Home Look Bright And New! v Ccrfaintced Asphalt Shingles & Roofing have mil advanced in price. Yon can liny Cerliiinlm! Quiility now nf (lie sume price us hufnru flic war mid Kel I''HA monthly I onus if you desire. 666 TAfiiDS. SALVL NOSE NOM •' '#' '•' '*"'»"»' V '*"«"»"»' '»"»>"*'» '• » > »,,* '** NUMBING SUPPLIES FOR SALE Wo Have a Complete Stock. PETE ; IS THE 'LUNBEI [•hone r.51 and Til 1C MAN l-'HOnl THK UJMIlKIt I. A HI) will {'oine and nieasiiro your lioiiso and give you an uslimalt 1 . Lumber Co Friendly Building Service PUT YOUR BACK YARD TO WORK AGAIN THIS SPRING DLYTIKVIUC.AR Let Us Help SAVE YOUR EYESI 209 W. Muin St. ['hone 2912 Try our "Own Made" ICE CREAM Ole Hickory Inn Acroui from High .i--- And Enjoy Fresh, Home Grown Vegetables All Summer Long. , planlint,', vva luring. A nil begins In produce, will you SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS It's fun working out in I he' open air when .Summer tonics mid your lilllc be proud! It's patriotic, ton. GovurmimU officials ;irc asking -tluil every family have a Victory Garden of some kind. There is a particular pleasure in having your own garden — no m;illcr how small. Why not start yours this week? Your yard thrives on a liquid died . . . Keep it fresh—water frequently. Blytheville Water Co BERNARD ALLEN, Manager "Water Is Your Cheapest Commodity!" CLOCKS REPAIRED Electric or Stem Wind. Work Guaranteed. A. B. FORD AI Fat O'Brjinfi Jewelry REFRIGERATION SERVICE Itcpjlrs On Atl Makes By Kjpcrt Workmen. T. F. WARREN rhoiiD 3310 Spring and Summer TUNK.'-Uf Save Gasoline . . . Save Tires. Get All-round Better Performance! T-1. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler U tiler Parts A Serrlec 121 W. AiU Phone 1122 Elmer Cunningham VULCANIZING Tire & Tube Repair Cotton Brll RJU A 8. Hwj. n (Formerly with Enfler Am. PU) Have Fail & Refrigerator iMoturs CIcanc{l For Summer. New Location! 16 N 1st J. T. (Charlie) Stalcup Phone Z933 or 2598 . . . Saye 50% On TRUSSES ';. Sled and Elastic STEWART'S Drag Stare Main'& Lake Phone 2822 ^Midwest ICE CREAM Pints 20c; Quarts 40c When You Buy 'Your Groceries—Take, Home a Cartonl •;..',' CECIL LOWE Grocery & Market • \Ve DcUver '• ' I Park & N^ Hwy. bl -Phone 5M;

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