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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE UTHMKXK HBtAlD Henry Krahn Offers Large Family Home Krahn Construction Ultra-Smart Residence Henry Krahn Construction has produced an ultra-smart borne of dignity and grace for the 1970 Lethbridge parade of show' homes. It has a very modern shal- low-pitch roof and long, low lines with massive chimney at one end. Exterior textures are varied and extremely pleasing. The chimney is composed of a light rose-colored brick. This con- trasts well with the sid- ing. There is a pale yellow panel below the three panel window provided for the living room. This gives the design some nice tall vertical lines and these combine nicely with the imposing double front door with luxurious panelling. The grand carport blends with the long, ?ow look. The roof of the carport is supported by two columns. Joyce, The Hod Carrier OTTAWA, Kan. (AP) Danny Boehl is a bricklayer. His assistant, the hot carrier, has light hair that falls below the shoulders, and an- swers to the name of Joyce. Joyce, the hod carrier, has thought about working at other jobs, but "not many pear-old girls get paid an hour in Ottawa, and there aren't that many jobs I could do." Joyce is Danny Roehl's oM- est daughter and she began working in masonry seven years ago carrying bricks for 15 cents an hour. "By working for dad, I keep the money in Uie fam- ily and I get to know my did better by working with him than if I went my way and he went his." Clad in blue jeans and cot- ton knit shirt, .Joyce mixes and blends the mortar, car- ries the bucket to her father, checks bricks for chips and cracks, operates the masonry saw to cut bricks and stones, and does a craftman's job of uniformly recessing the mor- tar between bricks. She doesn't do any actual brick laying. "I think I'll just let Dad lay the bricks for a couple more she explained. FRECKLED MORTAR MIXER Sixteen-year-old Joyce Roehl has freckled skin, light red hair and an unusal summer job. She earns an hour working as a hod carrier, which includes chores such as mixing mortar, above. She works for her father, Danny, who works as a bricklayer in Ottawa, Kan. Joyce began masonry work seven years ago, carrying bricks for 15 cents an hoyr. There is room to park four large vehicles on the driveway. This house is just under 50 feet long and about 35 feet deep, not counting the carport. Altogether, it is very modern looking. The fireplaces -in the living room and downstairs in the family room are of the same yellow and rose-colored brick. In the living room decor in- cludes a brilliant, very warm, red wallpaper on each side of the fireplace. It contrasts smartly with.the spatter white ceiling. In fact, you must see the wallpaper in this house to fully realize what can be done with these materials. For example, one bedroom contains a wall- paper with lively boating. de- sign. A bathroom has a fantastic blue, green and gold wallpaper in swirling patterns. There is, of course, a half bath off the master bedroom. PLYWOOD PLANKS Not really planks at an but Douglas Fir or Western Soft- wood Plywood panels divided into six "planks." The 4 j 8- or 4 x 9-foot plywood sheets have been divided vertically in six corded-pattern planks to make an interesting exterior treatment for both traditional and contemporary houses. The grooves are iVt inches wide, !4 inch deep and the panel edges are ship-lapped for a snug fit. The glue used in construction is waterproof. Carded rib- bing is not only decorative but also eliminates surface grain- checking. The rib depressions are striated to provide paint tooth (a rough surface to make paint adhere Palisade panels by Canfor Limited are prime-coated in Sable Brown, Venetian Red or Parchment White but should have a top coat applied within ninety days of installation. Panels are priced from Best Wishes Are Extended to the Lethbridge Housebuilders' Association on "HOME SHOW '70" We are proud to be contractor for Jubilee Homes. CAPR10TTI CONSTRUCTION 809 7th ST. N. PHONE 328-1578 WE EXTEND HEARTY Congratulations and Best Wishes for a most successful show -to the Lethbridge Housebuilders' Association IT IS A PLEASURE FOR US TO HAVE PLAYED A PART Ming scippliei Just North of Safeway Lumber and Building Supplies on 13th Street North 328-2050 ;