The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 1, 1948 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 1, 1948
Page 8
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not ncarr BLYTOEV1LT.B (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS UESDAY, JUNE 1, 1948 ' Nook for Iron Build « fp«clal nook for your Iron, <u£g«u Fracdoal Builder, Chicago 1, lined with susbeiiQs sni with » metal grille shelf where It can be •tored *t any heat without haurd-s. The door of this niche is » good •pot /or racks to store ironing corris, »ince (lie cord should "ever be left 'ne*r the heated iron where insulation iofteii& and the cover becomes singed. There Is a new type lion holder Urn can iw installed on the van «nd holds the Iron securely when not in use. Occasional small-j>l«c« ironing that doesn't need the ironer or large board can be done in tiie kitchen on a. short, narrow board built to swing out trom Ixnrudi work counters or Mi&clc bar. With or without a bracing leg, this miniature board will save time and trouble In (Ingle piece ii Real fstof*, Business, Farm and Auto LOANS For buying, refinancing, building, r«-mortr)lM», •Farm lands and Auto loans. <)ulck Service, UNITED INSURANCE AGENCY !•€ S. Isi—Ingram Rldjc.—Ground Floor • Phone Mt A. T. "llee" Dietrich, ]Haiia*tr "Coni(>lcir Insurance Service" Lc< your handy enjoy cod bom* Pyovld** cod lor H«*l(n( Sleeping, Healthy Enl«rV«mirva : h<* XoiM* by di*wi.wj 1* tc»»h, MO] | l»l, atal* *ii auliid*. Ui.d IUCCM.. KwiUr Z*pk*ir Atfie F«« N«w Blyth«ville Willys Sales Co. C»urt«».y Ig Not A Memory" Phone 554 WHIRI MANY FEET POUND AND SCUFF »' h *>"r tn-ffic both in alk " i "- Eqiia '"' ' ?»">"«"<'«» ^ DOES YOUR HOUSE NEED A FACE-LIFTING? bnw at our >lor», op ,„ « ny . DEAL'S PAINT «, WALLPAPER STORI Kxcell«nt Building Supplies MXIM S(r««t Phont $35,000 Church To Be Erected Congregation in Caruffiertville Plans Brick Sanctuary & iU-' - - — -, Mo , June 1 — 1 he church of Ch.-lsl 1ms an- noumied plans completed for bililcl- n new brick structure to roplac» tlie otcf wooden building, in the approximate amount nt $3500(1 according to C. T. Bslrd tin elder ,,l the church, ami member of the building committee. The structure will be one story brick, 35 by 70 feet, wkh an educational room m the rear of the building, size :w by TO feet. The old huildmg will conllnuc to be used for services until the new structure Is completed, and then the womlcn hullclliie will be converted Into two four-room apartments, one of which will be I occupied by the pastor. Tills build- Ing has already been moved to the rear of the church lot, so that work can proceed on the new structure.' Mr. JJalrd said contracts would Im lei In (our separate listings. Including brick and concrete, carpentry, steel work, and Interior decorating.! He stated dial those wishing to i make bids on any portion of the' work could see plans and .specifics- 1 linos by contracting him. He 53)1! ! that architectural plans for the ! new building were prepared by U. i S. Branson .Hlylhcville architect, i and Included many new structural! and Interior arrangements for ; church buildiiiBs of this type. ; ' The church is located at Carleton ' nntl West lllh sti-ect. and tlie Rev. i Dill Smith is pastor. Consultation with Con Save Money, Whether you plan to put U[> a few IxwksliPlve* or builrl a new house, consultation with'.your local build- inn supply dealer before starting the Job usually will save both money A»<l headaches. The dealer know* from prscticHl experience for more about the problems involved than the average lay- mnn ami is eriRcr to pass along his inlurm.itbn. What you are going to do or the way you plmi to rio It may wa.sie material or the result sought may not be sntlsfactory. He knows. about construct ion methods and new ami improved materials, use of which _will H ave money and produce a better Job. Pitrllculnrly important I: Unit (lie lumber dealer can give an ac- cin-aie e.ttimnie on cost of Hie proposed project; therefore, wtieu you start figuring with a contractor you will know whether the contractor's estimate is what It should be. In (M.S(; you plan to do the work yoursclt, your dealer will advise the <|iini)iitu>.s ot material and propur Lumber Dealer Speed Building lengths of lumber to buy to avoid waste. He will explain short cuts and methods to make the Job easier. Usually such information on small' job.'; u Kiven without cost or obll- xation; although a dealer cannot be expected to work out the bill of supplies for a complete house unless he knows be will sell the material. Many dealers offer a complete plan and consultation service »t a low fee. Such servict usually will save many times the amount of the fee and result In better construction Duality materials generally will be recommended. Although first cost is slightly higher, top Quality materials Hie a better investment than poorer grades and are an economy in the long run. The dealer does not recommend top-quality Koods merely to push up his bin. He is aji Integral part of the communi- I ly and wants to see it grow and | prosper. For that reason, he is firmly against Jerry building and i<, | eager to work out plans for the best interests of his customers. , ivurrriits Mourn Death of Famous 'Count Arnauo" NEW ORLEANS, June 1. (UP) — Oourmets the world over mourned today for Leon Beitrand Arnaud Cazenave, praprletor of the famed Funeral service* were held yester- da in St. Ixmis 1 Cathedral.y The 12-year-old "Count Arnaud" —as he was known to the thousands who flocked to his restau- runt, was • native of Rate Of Building to Solve Shortage Small Homes Heed Double Duty Rooms Will the trend toward smaller homes and at the same time diver- i tlfied family activities and Inter-1 esU. archltect-i say that, every room in the house should be made ' lo do double ami even triple duly since few home owners can afford the luxury of additional rooms tor special uses. Accordingly, ninny small homes today are designed so activities can be absorbed In areas other than Lem of qiiitjies. 1 ; for mental cmi- *'nlrntlon. An alcove can be user! for hobby \»,>rk which can be placed out of sight, it adcqtmrU cabinets ore provided. By cuinblnlnir dining and living room, more spare is available for large groups. Lints of division are achieved by arrangement or furniture or tow bookshelves or cabnet. 1 !. Since it Is not alivays possible lo provide a special recreation room. careful arrangement of kitchen-dining space will penult children to entertain here without interfering wiili oMier members ot the family In the living rnnm. The main essential is thoughtful planning and arrangement of furniture and slornge space so that every square foot or urea in tile home can be used to best advantage. N. Y., said Hint if the present rnte of housing construction Is maintained "we will have overcome the tour years—perhaps in „ mini- ; mum ol two." j Gamble, chairman of the Joint ' Cont;rc.s.sloiiat Housing Committee told a final session of the 2Bth an- Diiol conference of the National' Banks, thai as many a s 1,230.000 j 1 Space and Utility Should Determine Garage Location i There are three ma in choices for location of the garage: Attached to one side or the house, beneath the house, or stand alone .at the rear of (lie yard. The latter location Is generally discarded today because of the large amount of spnce sacri- • Most widely-used Is the garage J^^f™" convenient ir, aT wS r»£ should be taken nowcm thai u« H^Vn»i i II Congi-essinnn uarnsc and house wall A new idea - holler ronrt tc live than (he bankruptcy." leads to Hitililinf Hoom Seen WASHINGTON. June i.— tup)— Ewnn clague. commissioner of labor statistics, said late last week thai the country Appears to be well st inted on is biggest home building He told a news conference that 00,000 new domes were started In April. He salfi (his was only 4.00:1 less than the 11147 monthly peak which was not reached mull September- "If April's trend Is continued," Clngne said "we should have the bljigcst home building year In our history." Transportation VrovUled In Korea, royal funeral processions, which wend their way more , sinn wiin a means or' than .10 miles between Seoul and tion into (he next, world. given, especially In cold climates lo the fact that the driveway will fill with snow, and unless adequate drains are provided with the gar' age, it will become Jloodert by heavy rains, it must also be remembered thai the driveway ramp sunk into the ground creates a hazard for children at play because ot the danger of tumbling on the retaining walls. Best use o! the garage beneath the house is when tlie home is built on a hillside so the car can be driven straight into the garage without need for a ramp. Tile ceiling should be Insulated with halts or blankets ot mineral wool to minimize fire danger and to prevent rooms above the garage [rom becoming cold. Kimkokri. are accompanied by several wooden horses. These are taken along to furnish the departing soul witli a means of-* — • Stays White • Dries Quickly • One Coat covers • Easy to apply • Tough, Washable Gloss, Semi- Gloss, Flal May be tinted ' Delta Lumber Is Your Wiring A String of Do you \val( for lights (« pup off. . . .run to change fuses. . . .wonder M-hat'll "short" next? Oon't fct »n olrf worn-out Uav.ardons wirinjt system make votir life « constant Fourth of July. We havt just the remedies to put all your appliances and I'Khlinjt system in first rale condition. CHARLEY'S ELECTRIC SHOP Phon.2993 , i , ^ «» *"«•. He cam. here in as " 5 '"' * wlne Ml «man and opened, his NOW IN STOCK WE CAN SUPPLY YOUR NEEDS. ALSO OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS ARE MORE PLENTIFUL THAN FOR A LONG TIME. LET US ESTIMATE YOUR NEEDS. PHONE 551 E.G. ROBINSON LUMBER COMPANY "Friendly Building Service" 319 West Ash St. Phone 551 restaurant in the French Quarter in 1920. His food soon drew tourisU from all over the world Arnaud was buried in Meatiri* Cemetery here in hit adopted New Orleans. There is No Substitut. for the Cooling Beauti It's the touch of color that attracts the eye, the soft shade that tames the sun and makes interiors invitingly cool and pleasant. There is a style and pattern to suit every taste. Call us'today. Find out how much you can get for so little. Carney Awning Co. BlytheTille, Ark. Phon« 2972 Complete PLUMBING Fixtures & Material for that New Bathroom T 'Pe»e" The Plumber r M-M-M-M-M-M-M HOT! RK Plentiful-Economical! THAT'S HOW YOU WANT IT THAT'S HOW YOU GET IT— With An Automatic Electric Water Heater Onc« you Inst.'ll An automatic electric water heller your hot water problems art over. You get plenty of hot water continuously,-efficiently, conveniently, and at amazingly low coit. Only a few cent* » d.<y for > f.xmtly of four or five. Dtof in at your friendly electrical appliance dealer today. He'll be to tell you mot« about thts« new lime-saving, labor-saving, automatic elcctiic wat«c hfJtorl. Ark-Mo Power Co.

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