Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on December 24, 1957 · Page 84
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 84

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A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EVERYONE THE LOGANSPORT PHAROS-TRIBT7W6 A MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EVERY077S Here's Idea to Rid Clutter In Youngsters' Bedroom HERE'S HOW ... FLOOR TO CEILING STORAGE SHELVES Floor to ceiling storage shelves placed at each end of the youngsters' bed provides adequate and convenient storage for toys, books, cameras, etc. Little-used items can be placed on the top shelves. The uprights, separators, nnd all but one shelf are made of 1 by 10-inch lumber. The second shelf is made of 1 by 8- inch lumber. Length of the uprights will vary with the height of the coiling and should be 1/16 inch scant so that when the project is assembled it can be slid in place. Cut the shelves and top to fit between the uprights. *r Assemble the project by first attaching the top and lower shelf to the uprights. A frama is thus formed to which the shelves and separators are fastened. The frame must be made in a vertical position. The top separator is then toenailed in place. Next, fasten the shelf to the separator and the uprights. The other separators and shelves are fastened in the sama manner. The 1 by 8 shelf is placed flush with the front edge of the upright. Attach the back. Slide the assembly in place against the wall. Fasten the assembly to a wall stud" and to the ceiling joists. Natlml Limb* MmfKtmn Clutter in the youngsters' room can b« minimized when adequate storage space is provided. Floor to ceiling storage shelves used as partial room dividers are placed at each end of the youngsters bed. Toys, cameras and books are conveniently stored and easily accessible, with little-used items placed on the top shelves. The uprights are made of 1 by 10-inch lumber; length will vary with the height of the ceiling and should be 1/16 inch scant so that when the project is assembled it should be cut perfectly square for a tight butt joint. Assemble the project by first attaching the top and lower shelf or >ottom to the uprights. A frame is :hus formed to which the shelves and separators are fastened. The frame must be made in a vertical position. The top separator is then toenailed in place. The separators are made of 1 by 10-inch lumber, cut to fit between the shelves. Next, fasten the shelf to the separator and the uprights. Use 8-penny finishing nails. The other separators and shelves are fastened in the same manner. The 1 by 8 shelf is placed flush with the front edge of the upright. At'.ach the back in the space provided by the by 8 shelf using 8-penny finishing nails. Slide the assembly in place against the wall. Locate a wall stud and attach the assembly to the stud. Use 10-penny finishing .nails. Nail the top to the ceiling joists. Round all sharp edges; set all nails and fill the holes with wood putty; sand the project smooth before finishing. U. S. Communities Adopt Christmas Post Office Names Each year thousands of card's and packages pour into certain tiny post offices throughout the! country to be stamped with their special cancellation. Santa Claus, Indiana, is perhaps the most popular recipient. Many cards and letters addressed to "Santa Clans, Santa Clans, Indiana," arrive there, too. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, a city seven times the size of the original in Palestine, receives thous- ands of cards and packages from all over the country. They are marked with special Christmas stamps and sent on. This story is repeated in six other Bethlehems, one Santa. It happens in Christmas Cove, Maine; Noel, Virginia and Missouri. There are many towns throughout the 48 states named Nativity, Goodwill, Peace, Joy and Star. TRACE CHRISTMAS TREATS There is r.o sense' overlooked in the pleasure of Christmas. The smells and taste of the Day's spe- where (he traditional OKS-IIOR. cial foods are a delight to all. jplum pudding, turkey and fruit But, have you ever wondered] cake originated? If glassware is chipped, rub edges gently with fine sandpaper. NO BARKING McGRAW, N. Y. — The village board of trustees recently passed an ordinance forbidding dogs io bark or howl at the moon. Our Heortiest CHRISTMAS GREETINGS and A VERY HAPPY YEAR IN 1958 f Ryan Insurance Agency Greetings from the CREE Insurance Agency 21214 Fourth St. Phone 4257 , can be slid in place. Measure and mark the location of the shelves on each upright, spacing them as desired. However, be sure the third shelf is 23 inches from the bottom shelf to permit the recessed 1 by 12-inch back boards to fit flush between them. The second shelf is then centered. The shelves are made of 1 by 10-inch lumber, except for the second shelf which is made of 1 by 8-inch lumber. Cut the shelves and the top to fit between the uprights. The shelf ends -V^, W ^ ^P§^ tf * >*, ^pzzgF^ Christmas ...and the world is aglow with the spirit of good will! May you share in all the joys of this wonderful season and have a truly memorable happy holiday. Logan Tire Service 229 W. Market Don and Doug Norzinskay Dial 3475 K*. tn|ey making «tl* Christmai with thanks, and good wlihtt io our many fritndu MERRY CHRISTMASl Walter L, Closson Insurance Agency 418 Fourth Street To you and yours, this Christmas season we extend our sincere wishes for happiness that will long outlast the tinsel and the tree . . . and live on in your hearts through all the days and years to come. Marty's Sales & Service The Home of CULLICAN'S SOFT WATER SERVICE 330 Water Street Dealer for Admiral Television Phone 2570 It is our sincere wish that your Christmas be filled with joy and happiness and that the New Year will once more bring peace on earth and good will toward men. Prof.—Clarence—Ann—Don—Marian—Pat—Billy ye love the tradition of extending greetings to friends and neighbors at Christmas time. This age-old custom affords us die opportunity to express our gratitude to those we have long been privileged to serve, and to wish everyone a full measure of happiness and contentment throughout the Holiday Season. SUNSHINE CLEANERS AND EMPLOYEES SEASON'S GREETINGS BIG SHOE STORE America s Greatest Shoe Values

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