Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 30, 1965 · Page 16
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16-Friday, April 30,1965 Redlands Daily Facts NEW HOME — Graceful lines of land and decoration mark the Martin I. Mooney home at 12110 Overcrest drive, Yucaipa. ELEVATED — This view from entryway dramatically illustrates the split level nature of the home. MUSIC AREA — End of living room near dining room provides seemingly separate space for organ. Three-level Mooney home features personal touch Personal touches that make it easier to turn a house into a home abound in the three-level dwelling of Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Mooney at 12110 Over- crest drive, Yucaipa. The home, custom built by contractor Donald Hunt, contains such features as variations in bathroom hardware and tile decorations that make it the expression of an individual family's taste. Drawer gulls in one bathroom are made of seashells sculpted from metal, while in another, sea horses open the drawers. Feature tiles, decorated with a silhouette of a rose and butterfly, vary from brown in the kitchen to gold and violet ia the bathrooms. "Mr. Hunt wanted to know what kind of hardware I wanted Decorative Window Shades • All Kinds • All Styles Always tht Newest REDLANDS SHAPE SHOP 620 Orange Ph. 792-5807 for the kitchen and I told him," Mrs. Mooney said. "Then he said -'I guess you want the same thing for the bathrooms,' and I said 'Oh, No.' " The home of the Norton Air Force Ease missile expert is entered through an Italian-mar- ble-tiled entry separated from the dining room by a screen. Furnishings throughout the home are Early American 1 or Early American with a contemporary touch. To get to the living room, the visitor walks through the dining room and up a three-foot flight of steps. One of the striking aspects of the living room is the view of the San Bernardino mountains through a sliding glass door to the front. The doorway leads to a covered sun-deck which looks as if it would provide luxurious comfort on balmy summer eve nings. In front of the sliding door is an octagonal maple cocktail table crowned by a huge lamp with a gold glass base. Highlights in the room are (Continued on Page 17) Congratulations . . . Mr. & Mrs. Martin L Mooney We are happy to have furnished and decorated your new spacious home overlooking Yucaipa Valley. HERMAN'S EIGHTH & STATE STREETS LEDALLIi HOME FURNISHING S^ Phone 793-1822 This Is The Week This Is the ideal time to set out shrubs and trees from containers. For a difficult, shady spot, try the new Aucuba Ja- ponic* Picturate, whose showy leaves provide a stunning accent of goldan yellow edged with glossy, rich green. Not fussy about soil. Hydrangeas, are available at your nursery now, and if you haven't tried the new French hybrids, you're in for a pleasant surprise. They provide mid-summer drama in scarlet, salmon, soft pink or white, and grow no higher than 3 or 4 feet. Give them a fast-draining, humousy soil and a spot in the shade. For a healthy garden, spray roses, citrus, artichokes and other plants that are putting on new growth with the materials your n« rseryman recommends. Make' sure your spraying equipment is up to date for an easy job. Plant oleander now In the hottest spot in the garden. It will even take reflected sun. Choose from rose red, yellow, salmon, pink or white flowers, and let this tough, sturdy shrub line a roadside or decorate a sunny patio. Once established, it couldn't care less about soil and water. Set up a regular, deep watering schedule now. Fertilize lawns, shrubs and annuals regularly from now on for good growth. L&V&U Moving rates to go up SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)—California moving van rates, scheduled to increase 3 per cent May 15, may be increased an additional 4 per cent. The California Moving and Storage Association, representing more than 600 moving companies in the state, Wednesday requested the increase from the Califrnia Public Utilities Commission. The PUC can either grant the rate increase or schedule public hearings. The PUC granted the 3 per cent increase following public hearings. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Garage wall for top storage space If you're building a new garage or carport this spring, do yourself a favor and include a wall for storage. The storage wall can be an indoor-outdoor design, wit! some closets opening to the ga rage interior for storage sporting goods, auto supplies and miscellaneous items. Clos cts in the other half of the wal can be built to open to the yard providing the ideal place t keep garden equipment. A wide roof overhang 1 needed to insure weather pro lection for the closets opening to the garden, and closet doors should be built of top quality western siding lumber like pon derosa pine, Douglas fir, anc western red cedar. Resawn siding lumber will re quire little upkeep. Stained with two coats of exterior-grade stain, the finish will last many years. Paint to match house siding may also be used on both resawn and smooth-surfacec siding lumber. DON'T PAINT Don't p.nint that wood deck— 1 unless you want to risk sun glare on bright summer days. For eye comfort, let Douglas fir deck board weather naturally. CONCEALMENT Unsightly garbage cans can be concealed behind garden screens built in louver or board- on-board pattern. Use any of the fine western woods and paint to match house. 'STOCK' IN STOCK Factory-made wood windows and exterior panel doors are treated chemically to resisl swelling and warping, rot, and insect damage. Made of ponderosa pine wood, they are called "stock" windows and doors because they are carried in stock and need not he made to order. NEW FURNITURE MADE TO ORDER RECOVERING • REPAIRING • REMODELING • CUSTOM MADE DRAPERIES • CUSTOM BUILT FURNITURE & ANTIQUE SPECIALIST ESTABLISHED 1933 & 499 WEST STATE STREET REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA I V. F. ROY BUS.: 792-1715 RES.i 793-4380 Our Congratulations to MR. AND MRS. MARTIN L MOONEY On Their Lovely Home Featured Today We Were Pleased to Supply and Install a 3-TON HEAT PUMP for Cooling and Heating Stop teeter-totter temperatures in your home! .for a CUMATEST Annoyed by temperature hops and drops? Drafts, cold floors, a noisy furnace? Call quick for a Clima'test. We'll spot the source of your trouble — determine what's needed to put your heating system back in balance. And the Climatest is FREE! No obligation, nothing to buy. In fact, nothing more for you to do than give us a call. How about today? Mueller Climofrof ELL'S ® 409 N. 5th, Redlands SHEET METAL, HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING Dial 792.1849 Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Martin L. Mooney on their lovely new home at 12110 Over- crest Drive in Yucaipa. CALL 797-5166 32223 Yucaipa Blvd. CUSTOM BUILT by Donald W. Hunt General Contractor Custom Building Of All Types Adequate Financing Available Yucaipa

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