The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 9, 1954 · Page 30
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May 9, 1954

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 30

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On Your House Planting Specials I Roofs Are Going To Become Flatter *— Tlir«r>A V r. H rf WmiiEftDA V I »' ^f,°- *™** r WUWWKKr _ «««• ? » degrees or less add and hasn't been returned to a •tudio here. Sullivan said yesterday he'll file a theft report in San For TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY CLADIOLA BULB SPECIAL A blending mixture of blooming i!ze bulbs, 3 to 4 inches in circumference. JO For $1.00 75 For $2.00 MAGIC LILY (Surprise Lily — Hardy Amaryllis) 3 For $1.00 POMPON DAHLIAS 5 Colors — All Different 5 Bulbs For $1.00 EVERBLOOMING ROSES Five roses which we Select for- you 1 Bed, 1 White, 1 Pink, 1 Yellow, 1 Multicolor-' from our stock of adapted Tarietie*. Medium Grade 5 ; For $2.00 Heavy Grade 5 For $3.00 G. Bireiitkcr AP Kcil EiUte Editor Roofs are going to become flatter. This is not a styje note Irom (he Paris of the home builders. II , ( is just an obvious conclusion, warranted by the development of a new method for using asphalt shingles. Changes in house design have been brought about before by new building materials and new ideas for using them. You can cite the window wall, rhade practicable in northern climates by vacuum- sealed double glass. And there is the trend to wide roof overhangs, which at least.was aided and abetted by the need for shade to increase the efficiency of summer cooling systems. The reason you can now virtual-j ly bet on gables becoming squat-i I most flat shed slope—is that your money will be saved if ynu.'r« paying for the building job. Less Slope .MAJOR POIJfTS in new method of roofing * low pitch. ;o use built-up roofing or other systems. Didn't Like Looks Well, a lot,of people .didn't care much for the looks .of black roll roofing on a house—especially when pitched roofs blossomed out hues. So the daring young architects, were more or less saddled with gdbled roofs. Now it turns out that you can build a rain-tight, wind-tight roof Architects have be^n flirting for with a pitch as low as fwo inches years with what they call "flat tops." The structural lumber and roofing material required to build a pitched and gabled roof have per foot, and use popular asphalt shingles if you do it in the right way. First you attach a metal drip edge along the eaves and along been obvious extravagances. So in the rakes of your roof. Then.you recent years, you'have seen the, cover the roof deck with two lay- slopes of roofs on new houses be-iers of No. 15 asphalt saturated felt. strip by 19 inches and is cement ed to the previous strip. All this material is further secured tc the roof deck by ^-inch roofing nails— with' only enough nails use< to hold the material in place unti the shingles are applied. The another starting strip is applied along the eaves. This can be a row of asphalt shingles reversed or a strip of 90-pound minera 1 , sur faced roofing. The first course o shingles will; completely cover this strip. Withstood Tests An exposure of only 5 inches is allowed for each course of shing les. Four nails are used for each shingle strip and all tabs are ce- wealed down firmly without squeez EVERGREENS These are Virginiana Juniper (Redcedar) plants !n special removable containers. Sure to grow. Excellent for hedges or windbreaks or specimen trees. 9 to 12 inch Trees 3 For $1.00 12 to" 18 inch Trees 2 For $1.00 coming steadily lower. j But when roof slopes got down to I a drop of less than four inches per horizontal foot, economy seemed to [' end. Economical shingles could no longer be used, because of the problem of water backing up under them on pitches of less than four inches. You could build a flat roof, or one with .a pitch ,of only two inches or so, but you had You start this underlaymenti with a 19-inch starter course laid along the eaves to over-lie the metal drip edge. The starter, course .is asphalt cement and a full 36-inch width of the felt is then laid to overlap the starter course completely. From Felt Overlap then on, each 36-inch width of felt overlaps the previous MUITIFLORA ROSE 100 Shrtjbs, 6 to 9 inch . . $1.00 SPIREA (Van Hotitte — Bridalwreath) 10 Shrubs. 9 to 12 inch . . $1,00 :25 Shrubs, 9 to 12 inch . . $2.00 PAMPAS GRASS Most Popular Ornamental Grass ; 5 for $1.00 ng She cement out over the exposed -surfaces. Shingles along the rakes of the roof are cemented to the metal drip edge and' to each >ftirt»* This method was developed in 18 months of testing and research by the Asphalt Roofing Industry Bureau. A specially designed "storm machine" was used in the tests. Panels of roofing remained completely weathertight at the end of six hours of simulated, continuous 50-mile-per-hbur wind and a 2- inch-per-hour rainfall. For parts of the country where ature Is 25 degrees or less, tional fell is specified for 24 inches back from the inside wall line of the building. Creosoted Posts Have Long Life Pine - lumber treated with creosote oil has shown remarkable durability under ground. Wooden pipe lines laid in 1799 by the Manhattan Co. which was Aaron Burr's water supply com pany, have been excavated in sound condition in New York. The New York Telephone Co and the Consolidated Edison Co used creosoted pump logs from Georgia for conduits for many years before pre-cast concrete sections were adopted in 1932. A total of 2200 miles of wooden conduits still are used by the Edison company under the streets o] Brooklyn and Queens County. The telephone company -reports that 3,350,000 feet of wooden casings still are used for its wires under Long Island and Staten Island. Pump logs were 6-foot lengths equipped with terminals for tight joints. In cross section they were in the form of a 6-inch square with a hole of about 4 inches in diameter bored through the center. Blasted Off For 3uic- Space CULVER C..~' Calif. ffl-If you spot a stray spat,- ship, it may 36,Bill Goiiivan's. The $40,000, 45-foot rocket ship, mounted on a special truck chas- Dromote interplanetary adventure shows on televi- It made an appearance Monday n San Diego. Just before leav- ng,. Sullivan stepped for a shave. the January daily averae temper-"The space ship left without himi' Sunday, May 9, 1954 Page 14—Itic Saiim Journal Diego, Now With Marshall's JERRY GRAY JJ3RKY GRAF Marshall Motor Co. takes pride in announcing that Jerry Gray is now a member of their Sales Staff. Mr. Gray has been a resident of 'Salina for a number, of years. For the past 7*4 years he was employed by 'another new car dealer in Salina. llr. Gray, his wife, June, and their five year ok 1 son live at 1221 Gypsum. Their home phone- number is-7-0384. Marshall's, and Mr. > Gray wish to extend an invitation to all of his past patrons to visit him at his new location. Phone a Salesman at any time. Jerry Gray — "-D384 Lewies Parker — 5536 Gale Smith — Blair Haynes — 9311 Morris Smith — T-0305 "•2536 Marshall Motor Co. CHRl'SLER-PLniOUTH 743 N. Santa Fe Phone 5464 ~ iOMBARDY POPIAR 3 to 4 Feet . . .6 for $7.50 6 to 8 Feet . . . 6 for $4.95 FLOWERING TREES Hopa Crab . . , . . $1.00 Red Flowering Peach . $1,00 Red Leaf Peach . . . $1.00 FREE PREMIUMS yonr choice of 2 for orders over ?S.Q9 your choice of 3 for orders over $10.00 your choice of 4 lor ordci-s over $13.00 t Ernrblooinlng Hose, Medium Grade 1 Forsythl.i, Spring Glory 1 Flowering Almond 1 VKex 1 Pampas firass 1 August Pioneer Dayllly These specials are cash and carry and are valid Tuesday and Wednesday, May 11 and 12, only. Sorry, no mail, phone or C.O.D. orders KANSAS LANDSCAPE AND NURSERY CO. 141(1 East Iron cf "•a &MIM UTC*fH //-6X24-2 tt-tfil'l JOURNAL ADS PAY AP Newsfcatures ApDING ROOMS for a growing family becomes an economical project in a house like this. It is planned for expansion. The main- part- of the house can be built first with attic unfinished. Breezeway and garage can be added. Then the house can be enlarged four ways. Basement and attic provide space for several extra rooms. Breezeway and garage also can be converted for future rooms. This is Plan 52496 designed by Architect Herbert C Struppman for che Archway Pcess, 117 R'est 48th St., New Yotk 26, N.Y. There are 1,215 square feet on the first floor, 685 feet upstairs. (Further information and blueprints available from architect) BUILDING? REMODELING? or JUST LOOKING? Visit Our Booth At The Salina Farm and Home Show ...And See ... The Nation's Finest Plumbing Fixtures by Eljer ALSO . . . ON DISPLAY "CHAMPION" ALSO ON DISPLAY The National Disposal A complete, tonv«fh'bit Quieter - Longer U(e - Ends carry. jet wafer system Ing garbage »nrt all garbage or shallow wellt problems. ALSO . . . ON DISPLAY -Water Heaters High Recovery Longer Life Trouble Free . 9th WARD BRASS AND SUPPLY CO. Wholesale Distributors . Salina, KMMWW DIFFERENT" REFRIGERATOR At the Farm and Home Show IS different! 1 ONLY SERVEL GIVES YOU ICE CUBES WITHOUT USING TRAYS and pun 'em in » baiket AUTOMATICALLY Only Servel givei you * choice of ELECTRIC ar CAS models Why not start enjoying » new Servel in your kitchen now! Enjoy completely carefree automatic defrost— the' large, separate freezer compartment — door shelves— every deluxe feature plus the great convenience of NO MESSY ICE TRAYS! Now, at last, you can own the most modern. th« most beautiful, the only fully automatic refrigerator made — th* sensational new 1954 Strvel! • I HW Stml for « littl* M .. 500W. Phone 2254 "ALWAYS A PLACE TO PARK" i

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