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TUESDAY; OCTOBER s, •LiTHEViLLE (ARK.)'' OOCTHM FA« Over-Large Living Room Not Difficult to Remedy In some homes with very ims, the living-room , lurntt-ute y appear lost in the* over-sized ipace. Solve thus ' problem without buying new pieces by using two timple decorating tricks: (1) Break up space by dividing the floor Into two/or more areas. (2) Forget the corners In the large room, cluster- Ing furniture together to make conversation groups. . You can convert one end of the living-room into dining space, and ^ use the original dining-room for au extra bedroom. Place dining-table and chairs at one end of the room and borrow the breakfront china cupboard and Iwo side chairs for your living-room end. Place the : cupboard against one wall, ,oppo- .Mte the fireplace or across from a, large. =ofa, and flank it with '-he chairs. This goes a long way toward giving, the room a pleasantly , furnished look. • Separate Dining and Living Room Areas One way to separate dining- a'.id living-room, areas is to place the sofa parallel to the fireplace in ^he center of the room. Back it with a rectangular table which can hold ' .lamp, books and accessories In easy reach. Twin upholstered arm-chairs on either side of the fireplace, lo- :gether with the nearby sofa, 4 v;ill •encourage comfortable convcrsa- . -lion. . : Can Have Privacy ' If you need privacy while the JJRpung people entertain,'make a library or study alcove at the other . end of the large living-room. A .folding screen, or heavy floor-to- celling curtains which can be ^drawn together on an overhead ;traclc, will clos* off the , reading • area and help .mulfle sound. Build bookshelves against the' wall and paint them in the wall color. A couple of easy chairs, table or desk 'and reading lamp will provide a .quiet spot for reading or study, which can. be thrown open when you want to use the entire room as a unit. 'An effective way to avoid look of loo much open space in large room i* to rharic olf or divide ;the floor area. A pattern of flowing-curves which follow the lines of the furniture groupings will give modern look. • . . - Real Estate Transfers . A. T. and Jessie Lee Rofcertson to Herbert H. and Ola Mae Call, North half of south half of NWH west il railroad right-of-way In Section 32- 14N-10E containing 18.15 acres more or less, $2,800. ' Rulh Moore, Gordon and Tommy Moore, Jeanette Moore Glennon, Mary Lee Moore Putsch, Lois Moor* Hulst, Tommy and Polly Mae Moore to J. ,R. Baker, south half of Lot 5 lii Block. "B" of Nelson Addition of 'town of Leachville and Lot 6 In Block "B" In Nelson Addition of town of Leachville except east 52 feet; $1 and other consideration. Hazel' Anderson Moore to J. R. Baker, south half'of Lot 5 In Block B" of Nelson Addition of lown of Leachville and .Lot 6 In Block "B" in Nelson Addition • of town ol Leachville except east 52 feet, $1 and other considerations. Ruth Moore, Gordon and Tommy Moore, Jeanette Moore Glennon Mary Lee Moore Putsch, Lois Moore Hulst, Tommy and Polly Mae Moore to Ruth B. Moore, south .half of Lot 5 In Block "B" of Nelson Addition of town of Leachville beginning at a point at southwest corner and running east to' east side alley; thence, north along east line of alley to north line of south hal of Lot S; thence west to Main Street; thence south to point beginning; east 52 feet of Lot 6 In Block "B" of Nelson Addllion am Lot 1 in'Block 1 of Hayes Addllion town of Leachville, $! and othe: considerations. Jessie Clark to Neeley Jarrell west half of Lot 15 In Block 24 o Blythevllle Addition • to city o Blytheville, $2,400. y ainting Can Be Difficult Task As Any Amateur Can Verify Putty Check-Up Urged - In preparing,..for, ^outside paint Job, always-make aure the putty around window* ;ia secure. If. not « ava it removed. Before, new putty applied, have the sash edge painted with a good prime coat. Otherwise the oil from the putty will be drawn into the-wood and the new putty will dry »nd fall out. . E. M. ind Mary Virginia Terry It Dave Plnknej'. Lot 13 In Block 1 o Hollipeter and Shonyo Addition, and other considerations. Dora May Walker to Dewey an Elizabeth Rice. Lot 4 in Block 1 C. D. Ashabranner Addition to toot Manila, >500. • E.'B. and Alma Chltwood to Ma! colm C. Greenway, southwest cor ner of SWM of,Section 30-16N-I1 and southwest corner of SW*'i c NWM of Section 30-18N-11E of tit of Blylheville containing 58 acn more or less, $17,400. Mollie W. sternburg and Hele Alice Klemperer to Safeway Store Inc., part of Lots 1, 2 and 3 of T. S. Smith Subdivision measuring. : 'Malcolm'" O. and- -Emma : I. Greenway to C. W. C. Aulsbur southwest comer of SWK of NW of Section 30-16N-11E of city i Blythevllle containing 5a acr more or less, fl and other const eratlons. . . -. C. A., and Sallte G. 'Curmlnghe to Charles William Clark and Pe ' ••••..; —Courier Ntwt Ph»4» WARREN RESIDENCE—ThU new «lve--oom house located at 717 N. E. Parkley is the home of Mr rid Mrs. Joe Warren which wu only recently completed. Included in the house are two bedrooms, living oorn, dining room, kitchen and bath. Kitchen and bathroom walls are papered with plastic wall covering nd floors are asphalt tile. The walls In the other rooms are of lextone finish mid floors are made of hard ,'ood strips, Heat is provided by means of an automatic oil heater with wall outlets, and the house Iso provided with n 32 Inch attic fan. The large window seen in tlie picture admits light into the Itvln com. Small corner windows also provide the house with light. The walls of the 24 foot front porch see ibove ate stained a cherry-maple color while the remainder of the house exterior is palnUd whit*. Th arage at the right Is 28 feet in length and Includes a four foot storage room irrlhe back part. The houae .'hich has a large screened back porch, rests OK an odd-shaped corner lot which measures SO feet acrou he front, U7 feet across the back and 160 in length. The house wns built by Logan and Wright. U something everyone h'.nk» h« can do. But, as those who iY* botched up )ota can tta.lty, it Un't t* way u It look*. U much more to painting ruia wielding * bruih. The lime of h« ye»r when pointing Us dcn«, condition of Uu.aurface to be covered v and the type of equipment u*ed art all Important considera lon». . • : • • Fall U an Ideal Mason for painting. SurlicM, etpeclally those »poi«d lo weather, generally are dry after the hot month* of »ummer. Preparing » turfacc for paint m»y mean a complete Hashing for one that la exceptionally dirty or only a bnilshluf for,one that is dusty. New surface! usually need a priming coal of paint. Old palnled surtacej often require Kraplng and filling In of cracks, In choosing painting equipment, it Is best not to skimp on expendl- urw. A few extra dollars spent for good painting U»lx are the ama- ,eur's best insurance for success. Paint should be of a high quality. Any reputable dealer is qualified to • elect the right paint for any particular surface. Brushes, loo, should be of high quality. Here again. It pays to follow » dealer's advice, ror most pnlnttns, at lewil two brushes tire needed, on« 4 to;-5 Inches wide for use on large areas and one about 2 lushes wide for trim work. To be sure that patnLs and brushes are given lair chnnccs to help do perfect Joljs, paint mixing should be done carefully. ThU calls for two mixing paddles aiid two palls. Emply pnlnt Into one of the palls a little bit at a time Mix and add more paint. Then pou the- paint front one pall to the oth er a few times. Amateurs always have better luc when painting slowly. f refection Safeguard pet* by keeping ] hold garbage in galvanted itMl fitting covers to keep refua* to tad dogs and cat» out. 3ehrs Aulsbury, southwest corner f SW',4 of Section 30-16N-11E and outhwest corner of SW'/i ol NW%. f Section 30-16N-11E In city' of Blytheville, .exchanged for land In Yell County. Arlc. Max and Annie Laurie Logan to •lax Eiigene ailci Cornelia Faye Gr.iham, Lol 8 In Block "O" of Hol- andale Addition, $500.. H. S. Spencer to Hazel Spencer, Ms 147 and 148 In Block 12 of original survey of town of Manila nd Lots 3 and 4 of J. M. Jontz Subdivision, $1 and other considerations. H. W. and settle Mahan to L. D. and Stella chamblin and Don E and Anne Chamblln. west half of Lot 5 and all of Lot fi in Block 3 of hickasawba Gardens Addition, $10.500. W. J. and Beatrice Prullt lo James P. and Nadine F. Wren. north 145 feet of Lot 21 in Block 1 al Brawley Addition, 12,200. Joe L. and Shirley McGhee to Cyril AMhrey Sallls, Lot 6 In^BlocW 7 of David Acres Subdivision, $10 and assumption of FHA loan for $6.837.10. Harry H. and Frances Leyitch to Jiedel's, Inc., Lots 7 and 8 In Block I of Mate Daniels Addition, f 5,250. J. and Ethel Jackson to E. E. and Iris Van Bibber, 'Lot 13 In Block "G" of Barron and Lilly Addition. $3,000. •• .;..'.'.• • Waj'ne . Swlgart 4o Olive Ross He a ton. Lots 7 and I in Block t ol Highland - Place' Addition, $1 j 'arid other considerations. Fred and Sue Dee Heaton, Lots ;7 and 8 In Block 6. of Highland Place Addition, $1 and other considerations. • Fred and Verneil Swigart to Olive Ross Heaton. lots 7 and 8 in Block 6 of Highland Place Addition, f I and' olher considerations, Edith H. Prlebe. Ruth H. Stelner and Edna H. Lomen. to Olive Hoss Heaton. Lots 7 and 8'ln Block 6 of Highland Place Addllion, $1 and other considerations. Frank R. and Betty Healon Schilling, Morvll T. and Lucille- Oakley, B. S. and Marlon Heaton McGlll OK\'f Ross Healon, Lois 7 and 8 In Block 6 of Highland Place Addition, $1 and other considerations. E. R. and Eileen Shannon to Howard M, and Nola Mae Powell, enst 74 feet of Lot 13 In Black "A" of O. J. Hueter's First Addition to , town of Leachville, $600. H. Noble and Gladys -Gill. J. E. Jr., and Mary K. Stevenson. Kendall 'and Thelma Berry to Hadley anc Frances Hays, Lot 3 In Block 4 Country Club Heights Addition $950. _ Ben and Emma Buckner to Lexle and Liira Willingham, Lot B In Larry's Fourlh Addition, $200. H.- F. and Lula Splcer lo Odl 'and Grace Taylor. Lot 8 In Block "D" of J. P. Pride Subdivision, $ and other considerations. Ida French .to Guy and Cindy; Hester, Lot 2 'in Block 3 of Hay, Addition to town of Leachville Inside and out.. on woodwork and wall.*> it's fun and TO PAIHTIH THE FALL! •Joe, Jr., and Lillian. G. Downln; to Joe H. Gude. Lot 4 of Davic Acres Subdivision, $10 and olhc considerations. J. G and Gertrude Morris Barnes Eva Morris Alexander, Elmer,. G and' Jessie Moris, , Lockie Morris Ella Morris Bogun and Blevie 'A Morris to John J. MorrU, Ixils 7 an 6 In Bugg Addition^ $1 'and othe considerations. 3 erm/f Total Reaches Three Curing Week Only three building permits were ssucd last week al ihe office of Joe Carney, city engineer. This number -was Identical with last veek's-total of three. Total costs involved included $8.800 with the largest Item being $7,000 ' residence house. Permits were Issue das follows: Hadley Haysj build six-room frame residence on Pecan Avenue, $7,000. . ', Gtenn o. Ladd, add two rooms to frame residence at 1301 West Ash,. $1,000. . . O. O. Eagan; construct-one-room frame building to be used u store on Lot s In Block 5 on Mackhaney Avenue, $800'. • Radio Is Door Opener Automatic radio door openers for garages, operating from a button on the dash of an automobile, »r« no« - well established on the market. A second button In the home clones the doors and puU:6ut the lights. ' " : 'V •' ' The dashboard button In your car also can turn on your house lights for you as you approach. Hollywood Conllnued from_P*fce 6 Chaffee U about to give out with a sample of her singing pipes a It Alice Marble on television. ... Joan Davis' medics are telling her lo lake It easy. Her recent hospital visit was one al those stUch-lu-time actions to .ward off a nervous breakdown. . . . Arllne Judge Is wearing the "I Wanna Get Married" look again. He's airline executive Bob Rtcksen. - ' Dotiie Mlaaed the Bo.I There's ho laity liquid from the Dottle Lamour t«ar- ducts over MGM's decision to overlook her In Ihe frantic casting for'.the role v ol Julie In "Show Boal." She lold me: "I'll survive It. Anyhow, it wai more my idea than anybody else't." • Economic note: Margaret O'Brien dolls are now wiling at half price at a B«verly HI1U toyihop. Iiulda on Mikt Romanoff md ing hLi eatery to another site U that Oarbo owrw^the present prop erty and won't lower the rent. . . The London Palladium's Val Par •tell ha< ttopped crying the blue over th« cancellation of their vatide vllle stinta by Hollywood atari. Ro* Murphy, the "Cheechee" girl, Is'on of his blnest hlta since Danny ICaye ll'.i being tried In Chicago: Fre .dnnsslons lo (healers lo peop who save enough popcorn bag label , Orson Wejles will play Vlncei Price's murderer In "The Mad King •fame Fire Alarms Used There are several fire Mnrm sya- :ems now In use In homes and on rms. They are more sensitive Ihan automatic ' sprinkler systems and sound an alarm as soon as flrn breaks out at any point. Some dc- ect either fire or sudden cold and can be used for heat failure In Important places such lu incubators. He longw n»«d painting b« «long, drown-«u», m«sty ami tmrfy Job. typ* tlniahc* and n»w m«Miodt of application hav* changed oH that... t*ow-a-day« painting 1« fun ... and fa»t. Th« Roll*r-Koat*r hal raveiution.- !i«d interior decorating. You paint and u>< a room Hi* same day. Wallt and wqpdwbrk hold their n«w color and boauty aft*r r*p«at«d wa*hlng>. Oh* coat usually does th* work of two old ttyU applications. 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