The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 15, 1936
Page 3
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER -)6, 1.036 BLYTnEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ' PAGE THRBfe Houses Are Part of Extensive Fall Construction Program Here' ., -, , A number of new homes arc to be erected here lliLs fall and nlnns are-forward for various oilier improvements in it building program which promises lo continue through tlic winter. Work fm alriidy started on the building of Dr. D. L. Uoyd's new residence al tlie corner of Tenth and Chlckasawba. A. P. Dietrich plans to build n stucco house, with a private swimming, pool on Ills 22 acre tract in tile j Pride sub-division, n. (j. Dickey :ls rebuilding the .six-room residence formerly owned by Mr. mid [Mrs. Harry Atkins which was re- jccntly practically , destroyed by 'fire and will begin work sooji o» p another modern bungalow. The I Woman's club is being complele- Hv modernized in :\ WPA project and numerous oilier buildings arc being Improved. . Dr. Boyd tore down his old frame, with the exception or the walls In three rooms, duel Is laying the foundation for n seven' room modern bungalow. The house, with a floor space of 34 by 52 reel, Is lo be of Inn Brazil biick-with a cedar shingle roof. Facing Chlcknsawba avenue, the house will have a front porch on that street. Most of the rooms will have a south cxixxsiire as the 10 by 22 living room will extend oiu • Cloihcs dfscrve that clean, -careful/sanitary washing pro-' . vidcd by the Maytag. It docs ill the hard wotk, does' it quickly, willingly mid economically. Three million women now wash.thc Maytag way. ; There arc special advantages in .washing with » Maytag— advantages provided by. the ont-piece, cast-aluminum tub, Gyratator washing action, Roller Water Removed and other original Maytag features. •dtaihilt vitf: laiclint Mufti-Motcr. •Try a Mayta* n?xl tcatkjay'. /jir IdU also Iht AVw Maylitg Innir. • I'ery easy payments 'arrangst!. \AYTAG E.B. GEE SALES CO., INC. , 5ih and. Main Biythevllle, Ark. • - . THE MMT<« COHUKT . M»NUrtCTUB[B» . feUHDIO JM| . 'TVHEN—consider carefully ~ J-'There have been a lot of ' ch anges in 1 lome hea ti ng and ai r 'conditiohingintbepastfewyears. 'Get the facts about the marvelous G-E Warm-Air Conditioner —'recently developed by "the ' "House of Magic". ThisnewGeneral Electric unit ' burns oil in the same safe, economical way as the famous G-E Oil Furnace. It operates onto- matically. It pours forth a never- ending supply of luxurious heat. And it does more! It provides complete winter air conditioning. It heats, humidifies, filters mid circulates the air in the home. : Don't fail to sec this remarkable G-E Warm-Air Conditioner. Its cost is not prohibitive- less than you think! And convenient terms of payment can be arranged! If you-can't call; write for free copy of booklet "Luxu- nousHeitindAirConditioning.* BURN OIL THE .O'-C WAY Safely Dependably Economically HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. Hlythcviilc, Ark' GENERAL || ELECTRIC .'> ,011, iOimNftVA'-' 1 ' WARM-AIR for n bay window effect on cadi . side of the fireplnce, one of tlic | bedrooms will also extend past the bathroom on the same exposure and another bedroom, kitchen and breakfast room nre on the south. Oak floors will be, used throughout the house. All of the three bedrooms |»lh room and dlntiiff room will be connected tjj< n hall nnd there will be five closets In the house. Dr. and Mrs. Boyd Imve moved lo the Withelm house on (he same street until Ihelr house is finished. Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich have , purchased a 20-ncre trnct ami I ten lots In the Pride subdivision. The property, which they bought from Hie Central Life Insurance Company, lies enst of the Pride property. Work will begin sometime Ibis foil on a modern six- room concrete stucco house, which Is to Imve 11 coal rurimce and other modern conveniences, Including a stucco garage nnd eon- cretc driveways. A privulc swimming pool will be built early next spring. The house will be on a coiner of tlic property, lying )K>nr Ihe other stucco houses In Ihe. Kiib-divlsion. Work Is almost completed on the house Mr. Dickey bought from the Atkins', .which Is on 'Cliickn- sawba avenue near the rnilvoad. l"he house Is of frame, painted while, nnd Ihe six roorns will be of modern arrangement. He plans to rent this house bill. will live in a new modern /Ive- room collage on which he will start work soon on a lot recently ourchased from M. Fit?.sltnmons in the 1400 block of West Main St. The Woman's club hoase, lon(, in need of repair. Is being Improved by a WPA project, with the city cooperating. T!^ building Is being reroofed, the chimneys repaired, the floors resurfaced, the French doors in the sun room changed to French windows and a slight change Is being made in the arrangement of the room, making two arches and a column at (he opening, In addition to general repairs. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies .have had a sleeping porch put on the north side of their residence; nt ">14 W. Mnln St. The porch, 10,bv 20 feet', Is screened. Low-Gost Home in Tennessee :Vfemphis Doctor Finances Small Home Under FHA Insured Mortgage Plan : MEMPHIS, Temi. — A $1,600 home, financed under the- Insured Mortgage" .System .'of the I^d- crnl Housing Administration, ts .being; built here by Dr. and .Mrs! Edwin T. Yancey. Monthly payments of $15.69 will completely amortize the debt in 19 years. Under the Insured Mortgage System, monthly payments include, beside amortization' of the ;prhi; clpal, interest, service charge, .taxes . and insurance preriiluiri. The house is of white clapboard, with an asphalt-shingle roof. There are t'wo bedrooms, kitchen, bath, and combination living-dining room. Ample closet space lias, been provided, and there Is a fireplace in the living room Interior walls will be finished in plaster, and the doors will foe hardwood. The house will have Plant Winter Legumes Increase yield 250 Ibs. of seed cotton per acre by Planting Hairy Vetch. We have the only planter equipped to plant Vctcli In cotton and corn middles. We con furnish Duplex Hoppers nnd Legume attacH- ments lo convert your Snawiiee Cotton and Corn Planter lo Legume planter at nominal cost. Paul Byrum Bljtlitvillc, Ark. Dr. ilia Mrt. Edwin T. .Ysncey, of Mtraphii.Tehn., are building Ihe J1.600 home, riot including cunt of the lot, of which the »rchit«:f« sketch »nd floor pl«n ire ihown her*. The home is financed by mortgage insured by the Fed- «ral Housing Administration; and payments of less than |I« » month will take care of the institution's strvice charge, insurance premium, interest, and amortization of the principal. The nonne it of while clapboard, with aaphalt ahlngle roof. Interior walls will be pliifer. The house will have its own septic tank sewage disposal system of approved materials ar.J design. Extra Closet Space Easily Coniructed s|mco Is apparently n cry- IIIR nord everywhere— tit least no housewife ever scorns lo admit having a sufficiency of closet room. Tills |imch-prl/ed space may bn iicmilred by using wood or nny of the numerous composition imilerlnls on the market to -build cupbonrds, A corner cii|iboard In n bedroom may be 1 made .to., odd to Hie room's allincllvencss nnd IIP extremely useful us well. Such work can be paid for under the Moderjil/allon Credit Plnn of the Federal Honshu; Administration. 666 MALARIA U COLDS flrsi faj Liquid, Tablets Headache, Salve, Nose Drops Try "Rub-Mj-Tlun"— World's Rni I.lhUnent WASlfamfs Grease Job I Standard Fwo Stnlte SU. Main & Division Raymond Sclimuclc, Leave its own septic-lank sewage-disposal! system of approved materials and! desisn. j : The ,$I5.C9 monthly payment | whicli the owners of this house I will make on the insured' mortgage will Include $10.90 for amor- ""n'lon and interest on the principal, 66 cents service charge to (he lending Institution and n like amount' x for mortgage-Insurance premium, $2.33 for annual lax assessment, S1.23 for nre and tornado insurance. ;The : S1,000 does not, include the cost of the Iniid. The lot on which Hie house is being built lias been appraisetl at SCOO. Old kitchens may be given n new-youth' by covering the walls with one of the many varieties of wallboards made to look like tile They nre easily erected and add bright color that can be kepi clean with little trouble CoutijUd SAHARA Old Sol is a great COAL heat producer in BEATS ME" summer bul it takes CERTIFIED SAHARA COAL to do the job in winter. Buy heat — not price. Sahara is the best heat-producing coal (or the price and its the lowest in price of the high grade coals. If you.are not a SAHARA user you owe it lo yourself to give it a trial. E.C.ROBINSON LUMBER CO. -'-•' PHONE 100 4/>^,, Read Courier News Want Ads It's rosy lo own a. home of your own, especially ullh bulldlni costs still al u. rfasonible leveL.Tbe 111 A insured nu(rip(e system enables you to Inrrcw money to build al low) Interest rail"! Consult ui The Arkmo Lumber Co. I'honc We Pay Cash For 2nd Hand Furniture Phone Hubbard 2nd Hand Furniture Store Near Goff Hotel '. ' / »•••:•*........,•..'....,-..-,.,-.-,.. -**»**_**********_* »"»"» *"» *"» * **>> '*>» # C»**f CAN YOU SEE WITHOUT LIGHT? j • ' '• ' •••''' -.-• v . • *( ; It is known that our VISION .-is no better than the LIGHT \ ; we use. Insufficient- LIGHT is move dangerous than no": I light at all for without LIGHT we- do not "strain" our eyes. : I r~ '•"• ..... " Your children are again starting the important task of study. Be sure they are not "straining" their eyes which results in fatigue^ nervousness and inefficiency. Have your child's eyes examined by your doctor and call - ; our office for the FREE SERVICE of our TRAINED I HOME LIGHTING ADVISER, She will advise you how to • avoid "EYE STRAIN" by the proper use of the LIGHT : you have available. : • GOOD UGHT MEANS BETTER REPORT CARDS 1 ^H~M_tal^^^^^^^^^"^^«1^^^ ^ * ^^^^^^^"•^^•^"•^•^"^•••"•^i"""""^^^^^^^^^»«^^i^ *> * Arkansas-Missouri Power! * Company j "Dependable Low-Cost Electric Service" I .•- * - ' ' . ^ '^^^^

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