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July 5, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

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Useful Patio Doesn't Need To Be Costly Tens of thousands of U. S. women are discovering that the most useful patio or outdoor living area need not be very expensive. For instance, by extending the rafters of your home out six to eight feet from the walls, you have the roof section for a covered patio. If you want merely an overhead screen to filter sunlight, just install a facia board at the ends of the rafters to give a neat appearance, and your patio roof section is complete. Exciting Pattern The rafters of attractive Douglas fir form an exciting pattern and, while durable and strong enough to support the roof, they have out- si iding characteristics of grain and texture which make them ideal as a decorative material. Some housewives cover the fir rafters with any one of several new plastic roofing materials which add color and charm and a sort of holiday air to that section of the outdoors. The exposed rafters blend well with the plastic roofing. To get maximum use of the roof extension and make it into a genuine patio, it is well to consider some sort of flooring where tables and chairs can be used with comfort. Some women prefer having a simple decking of the same Douglas fir lumber. The deck can be built of ordinary 2x4s which should be laid on edge with a slight spacing between each 2x4 to allow water to run off. This sort of decking adds much to the utility of the patio area, for it gets you out of the dirt and off the grass. These decks are mighty easy to keep clean. All you do is turn the garden hose on them and the dust and dirt washes away and down through the narrow openings between each 2x4. One thing you will have to take into consideration is that a deck of this sort must have a good solid foundation. You should build a framework of stout fir timbers 4x6 or so and have them resting on small cement piers or rocks. Leave some space between decking and ground. Try to plan your patio so that it can easily be reached from the living room or kitchen of the home. Many women find that the patio which opens right off the living room gets the most use. In good weather it is natural to step outdoors from the living room. If the kitchen can be reached directly PLEASE!!! Don't Throw That Rug Away KENNY'S RUG CLEANING SERVICE will make it look like new. Wall-to-wall carpeting * cleaned in the home. • Mothproofing 5-Year GuarantM • Rug Sizing • Furniture Cleaning DIAL 9786 FREE ESTIMATES Kenny Sehwarienbach, Owntr 1121 North Clark St. ALL PURPOSE DECK .... One of the most satisfactory outdoor living areas is an all-purpose deck which has a wide variety of uses. Covered by a cantllevered roof section for all-season use, from the patio, the problem of summer entertaining is much simplified, for it will be easy to serve lunches, snacks, suppers and even dinners. Don't spend a lot of money needlessly on your patio and outdoor living room. It has been proven that the more simple they are kept, the more the family enjoys them. A good solid deck has a lot of appeal, and colorful lawn furniture turns such an area into a veritable luxury resort atmosphere. One thing about this business of extending your roof line to form a partial screen or filtered shelter over a patio is that the extended rafters sort of tie the patio to the home. This wedding of home with outdo' A is important in this age of casual living. The aim is to create a dual living area, one with a roof and the other outdoors, so that the human inhabitants may move from one area to the other without being conscious of change. Most of these exposed rafter sections offer an opportunity to do a bit of extra decorative work and get the most out of your wood. Simple clear varnish will preserve the natural color of this wood, and fir has a rich golden tone which adds much to an outdoor area. Wood is a natural substance so it will blend well with almost any outdoor arrangement of shrubs, trees or plants. Some like to stain these exposed rafters with any of several modern stains which have a lively and friendly color. The stain does not hide the texture of these woods. this deck of Douglas fir 2x4g turned edgewise Is an ideal entertainment center. Deck Is spaced to allow water run-off. Wood texture matches outdoor snubs and trees. Pre-Season SPECIAL! 1957 MODEL 1-Ton Thinline Air-Conditioner $229 95 Model R60 • Automatic Tamp Control • Only UVa-in. Thin • Ordar Now, Supply Limited Heires Electric HOT WEATHER IS COMING! Air-Condition Now and Beat the Heat to the Punch See the fabulous YORK SNORKEL and YORKAIRE Room Conditioners with the exclusive Miracle Clean Air Sentry • KEEPS AIR OCEAN FRESH • CUTS OPIRATINO COSTS • KEEPS AIR PURER, HEALTHIER E &L Ar\ Heating and Air Conditioning Formtrly Part of tht John p. Prank Company Elmer McCoys Entertain Guests From Four States (TInipft Hemld Snn Sfrvlrp) AUBURN -Mrs. I. G. Avery and children, Dennis, Jeanne and Cheryl, and Mrs. Carlie Moore, Norwick, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore and children, Connie, Janet, Susan. Daryl and Julie, Peoria, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. James DeVaney, Omaha, Neb.; and Marian McCoy, Des Moines, were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McCoy and family. Mrs. Avery and children and Mrs. Carlie Moore remained for a longer visit. They are the mother and sister of Mr. McCoy and Paul Moore. Mrs. James Greathouse and sons, David and Jimmy of Columbus, lnd,, are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Kent. Mrs. Greathouse is a daughter of Mrs. Kent. Pete Johnson of CHar Falls was a weekend guest of Jimmie Putbrese in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Putbrese. Mrs. LaVona Shannon spent the weekend with Deanna Shannon and Mr. and Mrs. William Wadsworth in Des Moines. Mrs. Christina Hunziker and A. E. Luckow and their guests, Captain and Mrs. Jerry Kind and children, Diane. Barry and Richard, of North Little Rock, Ark., visited Friday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kreft at Lytton. Margaret and Mary Jane Schachtner of New Richmond, Wis., are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Evans and son. They are nieces of Mrs. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Fetsch spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Jones at Arnolds Park. Visitors the past week in the Mrs. Rose Ramsey home included: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bower, Pontiac, Mich.; Mrs. John Boaz and sons, San Diego, Calif.; Mrs. Lottie Gorman, Mrs. Leo Stangl and Mrs. E. E. Coyne. Dr., Mrs. Smith At Lake for Month (Time* Herald New* Service) MANNING - Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Smith are spending t h e month of July at their cottage at , Spirit Lake. | Ensign and Mrs. Dick Zerwas i and children of Pensacola, Fla., j are spending a 20-day leave in the LeRoy Zerwas and Alfred Spies homes. They were accompanied to Manning by Artie Zerwas, who i had been visiting in Florida and was recently discharged from the Marine Corps. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Case spent Sunday and Monday in the home | of Mrs. Vergie Welch in Des Moines. Mrs. Welch recently returned from a vacation in Detroit. Mich., and is now going to i Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. John Hagedorn I and Mr. and Mrs. John Trites of | Des Moines visited Sunday in the i Joe Steen, Ott Hagedorn and Chris Petersen home. INSTALL OFFICERS (Time* Herald .\e»» Service) ! LAKE CITY - New officers of the women's fellowship of Woodlawn Christian Church installed at their meeting at the church June 2fi, are Mrs. Don Green, president; I Mrs. Warren McMcckin. vice president; Mrs. William Picht, secretary: Mrs. Irving Deuel, treasurer. Mrs. Howard Prather, worship chairman; Mrs. Grace Lynn, study chairman; Mrs. Kenneth I Christensen, service chairman; I group leaders, Mrs. Erma Kratz, Marys; Mrs. Eldon Hildreth. Esthers: Mrs. Mason Ross, Rachi els; Mrs. John Lee, Rebekahs; Mrs. Herbert Doty, Priscillas; Mrs. Fred Ferguson, home department. Mrs. Frank Alcox. re- I tiring president, was installing officer. Nicaragua is a triangular country of 57,143 square miles, or about the size of Illinois. SHELLAC MAY CRACK Shellac lends to glaze or crack and should never be used as a sealer prior to painting outdoor furniture. Instead, apply a half- I and-half mixture of boiled linseed ' oil and turpentine. When this is I dry, brush on a coat of spar var- 1 nish or paint. Tlmo* Horald, Carroll, Iowa •V Friday, July 5, 19S7 / Sunny Kitchen Helps Perk Up Morning Coffee "It's bad enough to get up and get breakfast, and everybody off in the morning," a delegate to the Women's Congress on Housing complained, "but it's doubly difficult when you have to do it in a gloomy, sunless kitchen." Most of the 103 housewives who attended the congress in Washington, D. C, agreed that a kitchen with large windows to let in the morning sun is a must. Preferably, they said, the window area should also give a commanding view of the rear yard, so that a watchful eye can be kept on the children at play. Casement or awning type windows of ponderosa pine are popular with many homemakers because they can be opened easily by turning a handle, and both sides can be washed from within. Also, since wood is a natural insulator, kitchen moisture won't condense on the frames or sashes. The Women's Congress further : specified that the kitchen be ad\ jacent to the dining or family area ! where the children play indoors. A ponderosa pine Dutch door be, tween the two rooms lets a mother j keep tab on her youngsters while discouraging any ideas they may have about invading the kitchen and sabotaging her routine. j Marquardt Family Of Auburn Returns From Trip to Coast | (Time* HerKld New* Servlrel i AUBURN - Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Marquardt and sons, Gary and I Tommy returned Sunday from a ! two week western trip which took them to the Black Hills, Yellow- i stone National Park and Grants I Pass. Oregon, where they visited i relatives. At Lodi, Calif, they vis: ited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. | Henry Marquardt and a sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Slitzer; i at Sacramento, a brother and fam- i ily, Mr. and Mrs. William Marquardt, and at Oakland, a brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Marquardt. En route home they visited the Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado. Mrs. Lottie Gorman and Ralph Williamson and their guests, John Boaz, M.R.C. and Mrs. John Boaz and sons, Johnnie and Tommy of San Diego, Calif., visited at Fort Omaha, Neb. and Council Bluffs, Sunday. Herman Martin of Los Angeles, Calif, has been visiting his son, Marian Martin, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Kent. Mrs. D. L. Abney and Mrs. Blanche Garnatz were hostesses to Group I of the Presbyterian Women's Organization at the Abney home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. H. C. Bruns conducted the Bible lesson and Mrs. John Grey gave the missionary lesson. During the business meeting plans were made for the Lions Gub dinner in September. The hostesses served refreshments. | Mrs. Cora Garnatz was hostess ! to members of the Bible Class of ' the Presbyterian Sunday School at her home Friday afternoon. Miss ' Lillian Wiseman conducted the | devotions. The hostess served lunch at the close of the meeting. HOUSE HAS COMFORT BUILT IN.'. . . The workman Installing thick, six-Inch batts of mineral wool Insulation in the celling of this new home Is paving the way for comfort for Its future owners. Since the house Is to be air conditioned, six Inches of mineral wool were specified for the ceilings, four inchea for the walls, and two Inches around the edges of the concrete slab on which the house rests. Research has shown that these thicknesses of Insulation can make it possible for smaller, less cnatly equipment to cool a house. The money saved usually Is more than enough to pay for the added insulation. In addition, operating costs are lowered by as much as half. NATURE ADDS HUSH TO 'QUIET' ROOM . . . A "quiet room" reserved exclusively for reading, relaxing, listening to soft music, or just meditating la becoming an Important part of today's living. Here are two such room* planned to take advantage of a restful scenic setting. The room at left has rows of tall, sliding windows of ponderosa pine which make one entire wall an •verchanglng mural. Other features contributing to the room's purpose are the comfortable-looking furniture, the unique magazine rack which acta at a dividing wall, and the slate floor. At right, the quiet of a natural wooded setting seema to be a part of the room. The owners of this home chose casement windows of ponderosa pine for their "picture wall," and have emphasized the "woodsy" feeling with natural wood paneling on the walls and ceiling. The built-in storage walls add to the room's usefulness. Building materials dealers carry windows and cabinets of ponderosa pine in dozens of stock styles and sizea Ideal for "picture walls" and built-in storage. Club Members Work in Park At Westside (Time* Hernld »w« Service) WESTSIDE - Members of the Community Club have spent several days working in the park, erecting playground equipment. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Segebart and Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Segebart and family attended a family gathering at the Manning Park, Sun -j day afternoon as guests of Mr.] and Mrs. Charles Segebart of Manning. It was Mr. Segebart's; birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bafcillico, 1 Rita and Louis of Omaha, Henri-; etta and Gertrude Steiner, Mrs.) Don Lacy, Karen and Leesa Kaye: Kroeger visited Sunday morning, with Mrs. Dora E Kruse. Sunday! was Mrs. Kruse's birthday. Those from Westside who at-j tended a miscellaneous bridal shower for Mrs. - John T. Lawler | at St. Joseph's Church hall in Wall Lake Sunday afternoon were Mrs. Ambrose Lawler and Kathleen, Mrs. Francis Foley and daughters, Mrs. Francis Lawler, Mrs. Marvin Brotherson, M r s. Jerry Comstock Many others attended from Vail, Alia, Storm Lake, Ida Grove. Cherokee, Jefferson, Manilla, Breda and Wall Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Art Elias spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trexel and family of Sioux City. Visitors Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Freese and Mr. and Mrs. David Freese were ! Mr. and Mrs. Merril Smith and Mrs. Jack Sharp of Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. William Kock and Mrs. Dena Kock spent the weekend in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kock and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Bolte of Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. William Rix and Dennis of Garwin visited Monday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Freese. ' Wesley Stoelk returned Friday evening, after spending two weeks in Ames taking a short course in connection with his work at the Westside State Savings Bank. Mrs. Wayne Jans, accompanied by Clarice Schroeder of Arcadia, drove to Lake Okoboji Saturday. They were accompanied home by Janice North and Mrs. Harold Fett and Marietta Jackson of Vail and Wanda Jans. All attended Presbyterian Church camp during the week, Mrs. Fett serving as a counselor. Mr. and Mrs. David Freese returned Thursday from their wedding trip to Lake of the Ozarks. Thursday evening supper guests in the home of Mrs. Anna Ostermeyer and Mae Ann were Mr. and Mrs, Gilmore Anthony and family of Botna, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Snyder and Clara Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Mumm, George Mumm Jr. and Lois Petersen spent Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Dick Frahms of Milan, Michigan, Visit in Manning (Time* Hernld News Servleel MANNING - Dr. and Mrs. Dick Frahm of Milan, Mich., are] visiting his mother, Mrs Minnie Frahm, and Mrs. Frahm's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Horn. Dr. Frahm attended a reunion of his high school graduating class June 30. Mr. and Mrs Lyle Eich of Council Bluffs attended funeral services for Mr. Eich's uncle, Elmer Popp, Saturday. Mr. Eich acted as a pallbearer. Mr. and Mrs. Rudi Muenster of Sheboygan, Wis., and Clara Brown of Westside were Sunday guests in the Grover Battels home. Mr. and Mns. C. T. Bennett have been in Rochester. Minn., where Mr. Bennett went through the Mayo Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Puck and Mr. and Mrs. John J. Struve entertained members of the Saturday Night Pinochle Club at their Lake Blackhawk cottages June 30. ^ Among the metals, silver is the best conductor of heat and 'electricity. More Homes to Be Heated By Electricity Heating With... electricity hai grown from an experimental infant to an increasingly important force in home comfort. More than 300,000 homes in the nation will be heated completely or in part by electricity by the end of 1957. There are two types of electric heat. One is called resistance heat* ing. With this system, temperatures of individual rooms can be controlled to suit family tastes. Bedrooms for example, can be kept at lower temperatures fof more economy and sleeping com* fort. The second type is the heat pump, which draws heat from the outside air Into the house. Working in reverse in the summer, the heat pump is an air - conditioning unit, expelling heat from the house. A house heated by electricity must be thickly insulated. Insulation brings the advantages of electric heating well within the homeowner's means. Electric - heat manufacturers recommend six inches of mineral wool insulation In ceilings, four inches in walls, and two inches in floors over unheated spaces. Homes built on concrete slabs • need two inches of perimeter insulation around the edges of the slab. Give Your Home A Weil-Groomed Look! INSIDE or OUTSIDE PAINTS for • Low Cost • Low Upkeep • Durability Rettenmaier Drug 118 W. 5th — Dial 2805 REMODELING? BUILDING? NEED REPAIRON FLOOR COVERING or COUNTER TOPS? .WE INSTALL • Inlaid Linoleum • Formica • Wall Covering • Floor Tile • Carpet • WE REPAIR Wall and Floor Coverings FREE ESTIMATES Large or Small Samples shown to you in your home. Dial 4175, Alvin Heinrlchs or 9923, Mart Furniture MATT Furniture TAKE CLUB TOUR CttmM HtMld Stmt Service) WESTSIDE - The Westside ON MONTH'S TRIP (Timet Herald Newt Service) HALBUR — Mr. and Mrs. John P. Schmitz left Sunday for a month's visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sayre, and family at El Paso, Tex. and at San Francisco, Calif, with their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bellinghausen and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ferris and families. George Witt and Gary, Arcadia; Dean Engstrom, Denison, Youth Extension leader; Dennis Wilken, Boys 4-H Club took its annual tour j Paul Schoessler, Ronald Lenz, to all the club members' projects | Larry Lenz, Dale Dreessen, Ger- Sunday afternoon. Attending were ! aid Frank and Dick Hugg. A Good Thought for Today: Putting it off until tomorrow is the reason we had so little to do yesterday. A Good Thought For Moving Pays Call 3521 for tht answer to your trucking problem*. Crouso Cartage Co. Carroll Phone 3528 no. 1 specialist in packing and moving JULIED nn imit.kw C««rt««u« Convinltnt cirritr could bo your Wiring Is Overloaded Expecting an outdated wiring system to carry the load of today's many .new elec« trical appliances is like sending a boy to do a man's job. Ba Safel Call Your Favorlta llactrician Tadayl Iowa Public Service Co. MODERN LIVING NEEDS MODERN WIRING Home Improvement Special! Remodel your home's exterior with deluxe aluminum window awnings It 's easy to install ventilated awninft of 100% aluminum with tnter-locking panels, 3 colors. Many sites. $lu J1»4 W OTHiR SIZIS 10% OFF 15 88

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