The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1941 · Page 5
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April 8, 1941

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

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TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1941 LYTHEVILLE, ^(ARK.) COURIER NEWS failure To Consider L 7 .ssen- tial Needs May Mean Loss Of Trees In checking over the property with an eye to making Spring repairs and improvements, the home owner should not neglect his trees since failure to consider their essential needs may often result in loss. Mast old trees have dead branches which .should be removed Cavity filling is usually work for a tree surgeon, but sometimes only treatment of this nature will •save a tree. Spraying i s one of the chief cares, and here the rule is to know what pest the sprayirv is aimed at. because the various Insects raid fungus enemies of trees nave different habits and diiferiiv vulnerabilities. ° Ji trees are to be beautiful and appear in Spring with a new and crown of foliage, they •should be properly fed. Impoverished soil should be fertilized, and many tree experts believe that every large tree should be given a thorough feeding just before the leaves break in the Spring. Care of trees and well-planned land spacing are encouraged by the Federal Housing Administration for properties on which it has insured mortgages. Many types of planting- and landscaping may be financed under the Modernization Credit Plan of the PHA. 1940 Shows Increase In Low Income Buyers Fifty-seven per cent ot the new single-family homes financed by mortgages insured under Section 203 of the National Housing Act during 1940 were purchased by families with incomes of less than $2500, as compared with 52 per cent in 1939 and 43 per cent in 1537. Of the total. 28 per cent were purchased by families wilh incomes of less than §2,000, as compared with 24.7 per cent in 1939 and 19.8 per cent in 1937. The medium income in 1940 was $2.381, compared with $2,457 in 1939. Check Fires By Taking Precautions Read Gunner News want, Lavish Color in Border of Annuals Loss of home by ;;re is still a danger in .spite of modern fire- lighting efficiency. To help prevent fires, the National Board or Fire Underwriters has recently issued 10 general precautions which, if observed, are said to minimize the llkt-iihood of lircs in the home. Keep chimneys, stoves and furnaces clean ami in good repair. Empty ashes into metal containers, never wooden onrs. This also applies to storage 01 rr^« and mops that may coniain paint ar-.-l oil stains. Never force a heating plant in cold weather. Call a heating expert. Always disconnect electrical appliances, even if you leave them for only a minute. Use only electrical equipment listed as approved by Underwriters Laboratories, inc. • Never under any 'circumstances use inflammable cleaning fluids such as gasoline, naphtha or benzene. Guard against accumulations of ruboish anywhere, especially in attic or basement. Make sure that all gas connections are rigid and tight. Do not use rubber or other flexible tub- i ing-. Always place an iron screen with a fine mesh in front of the fireplace. »ILUECTURE Lecture On Roses Will Be Sponsored By Jonesboro Garden Club The Jonesboro Garden Club is presenting Dr. H. R. Rosen of the University of Arkansas for an address on roses. The lecture will bo held Monday. April H. 8 pm, in the High School auditorium. Dr. Rosen is not only a gardner 0! many years experience, but is • one of the few investigators i-on- ! mictmg experimental work on roses • in the Southwest. Through his nu- publications, ho is well Known io rose gimlner.s throughout the country. Among- other in- yestiptions. he is now engaged in ouvclm- disease resistant roses that will be particuhu-ly adapted to Ar- Kansns conditions. For this P0.sc, lie j s u s i, m S0nu> ol - (n en-ought-and heut-roslslnnt roses ipimcl in ihis suite and crossing t»<»m ivith c'lUivalixi varieties A description of the first of those hybrids. ;> disfii.se rosl.stunt red. climbing roso is to be known as Stenhen Foster, in honor of the composer who wrote so many beautiful SOURS. •ihe lecture will be illustrated vm» rnlor photosrnphs and there \vill be -A o'.u'stion :md answer pe- ruxl. A simill ndmtssion fee will be chared. 'IIK' valuable henrtwood of a black walnut tree does not. do-' wlop until the tree is UO to 100 years old. Plan Of Plot May Permit Planting In planning « new | UULSI , the prospective homo owner should make sure that Ihe ^rounds are laid out with opportunities for <•!- lective landscupinij ; ,nd 8 ardi:ni»n. Garnge buildlmc.s and other accessory structures should be -ic- a\ssible. yet tho location of buildings, walks and drUvs should not result in cutting Uu- , 4! - outl(Ls into small and unusable ure»;;. FHA officials point out that buildings, walks. plum in- siml tcr- rnces may be arran.<;cd on the plot so that, either » lil K h ( i W( ? of livability or an opposite condition may result. .)nm A. Liis-sicr of Muss.. went ovor Muiinr a rublx-r ball on July .5 arc s to c Loo. Leonids, meteoric shower;;, t'ii in November, and appear me from u 10 constellation New Scars-Roebuck RADIOS AT DISCOUNT FOR CASH! Radio Hospital KEYSTONE Field & Bulk GARDEN SEEDS BABY CHICKS PURINA FEEDS POULTRY LK.AshcraftCo. 112 E.. Muin Phone 154 Kails in LOANS &IRD BATH 7rmMn"c G A anf S-CENTAUREA ?"SX!S?~ 0ran * f CYANUS- Mixea 3-MARIGOLD-Tall 9-PETUWA- Pink 4-NASTURTlUM-Yellow 10-PlNKS-Pinked Red =>-CAlAIOP5!S-Mixed Jl-ALYSSUM-Wh-tc 6-MARIGOLD-Dwarf 7-NICOTIAMA-WW* Plan for a Summer Border to Flower from Scea in Sixty Days. Design has become a most important factor in horticulture and upon design depends the appearance of tne home surroundings, whether w^u ar:C| 3 rtis . tic and appealing or v/nctner-they are commonplace and lacking in distinction. The flower garden should be care- lully planned in its relation to the entire ground area of-the home It should be laid out to scale, the entire lot being drama and decision made as to the location of the flower planting and what shape it shall take—whether it shall be a border around the boundaries of the yard whether it shall be a formal garden! or w ; - ?r it shall consist of borders ; ; the walks or drives. The simplest and most effective plan for the average small home usually is a boundary planting with a background of shrubbery or vines. A border from 6 to 10 feet wide,' according to the dimensions of the lot, with colonies of plants selected as to color harmony and season of bloom. Small formal gardens to occupy the entire area of the small backyards have proved one of the most attractive plans. In this case the first decision is as to whether the lines-shall be straight or curved Straight-line beds and borders are the easiest to. handle and keep- in order. It is also a popular feature now to dig a small pool for the beauty of the reflections of surrounding foliage and also to grow a water lily to give its fine summer bloom. The simplest and most lavish display of color may be secured by the use of annuals in these borders especially*!! the dweller is a renter or if he is newly developing the property, the annuals furnishing color while a stock of perennials is being raised for permanent decoration. In any event plenty of annuals will be needed to furnish a mid-summer and fall display when the perennial season slacks. It is a wise plan to visit yards which have attracted admiration in. your neighborhood during the winter nnd inspect^ the lines and general design with a view to adapting the best features for your own yard. In addition there are a number of excellent books on design for the home grounds at reasonable prices. Your Old Furniture in on New, or Sell it to Us For Cash. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co. :i01 K. Main I'hone 1220 Wilson and Worthington First National Bank Low Kates Long Terms Prompt Inspections Prepayment Privileges RAY WORTHINGTON CLARENCE H. WILSON Blytheville, Ark. Authorized Mortgage Loan Solicitor^ f or The Prudential Insurance Company of America The New Type of Long-Term Mortgage Financing Makes Ownership Easy THE NEW MODERN HOME IS AS DIFFERENT FROM THE HOME OF YESTERYEAR AS THE 1941 AUTOMOBILES ARE FROM THE CARS BUILT TWENTY YEARS AGO. Improvements have been made in every phase of home building and equipment making it possible to obtain more HOME for the DOLLAR than ever before. There is a wealth of information for prospective home owners in the latest issue of the SMALL HOMES YEAR BOOK. Visit Home Building Headquarters and obtain your free copy today. We have five well located, FHA Approved lots for your selection. L 0. LUMBER CO. IS CORRECT IRING IMPORTANT? We Think So And Here's Why! Faulty wiring may and often does lead to fire within the home. This constitutes a definite danger to you and your family. Then too, a home that is not wired properly can't afford the most in comfort and convenience. Talk with us now about this important matter. Wei! arrange F. H. A. terms, of course. WALPOLE'S ELECTRIC SHOP 110 So. 2nd. Phone 314 ; V Wosher. . . By ecia 1 Here's Why ABC Gets All of the Women's Votes! More clolhc; washed ol one lime . . . shorter washdays, lower cosl per wash! Thai's Ihc platform idol elected ihis handsome, hard-work. ABC Gianl. 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