Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 30, 1965 · Page 17
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 17

Redlands, California
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Friday, April 30, 1965
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Redfands Daily Facts Friday, April 30,1965 -17 SPACIOUS — View from corner of living room shows roominess of the Mooney horns. GRACIOUS — Early American style maple furniture sets the tone for the dining room in the Mooney home. POLLY'S POINTERS By Polly Cramer DEAR POLLY— Napkin hold-, DEAR POLLY - You have ers are usually messy looking : come as they are never high enough up with some dandy to keep the napkins from bend- the j ron corti {rom interfering ing over. I stapled a folded nap-! with the ironing was the best kin over a piece of cardboard 'of all. As soon as I had secured cut out of a tablet back and: the hanger on the ironing board placed it in the back of the 1 1 had the idea of puting my plain colors and whites can be smocked or embroidered for a bit of color.— FLORENCE DEAR POLLY — When taking a large washing to the coin laundry and more than one washer is needed, it is not always possible to find them close together. I always take along some colored gummed tape and put a small strip on each machine that I am using. They are then easy to locate when the washing or drying time is finished. — Mrs. E. M. DEAR POLLY— When you are sewing, mark and crease pin tucks at one time. Fasten the pia^cu IL ui me uaiA. ui LUC i Jiau uic luca ui puLiii£ «»J » -: 1 . .-« « ;j , *« *K , holder. Now the napkins all j ironed clothes on hangers and l^f™ 1 ^™* S ± tUP ' to j£ stand up neatly and the cover!hanging them on the bottom ofi can be changed when a new!the hanger under the board. Itj R package of napkins is put in.—j holds lots of hangers. — MARY MYRTLE I ! GIRLS — I am always DEAR POLLY—I have found j pleased to hear about addi- a way to get a fitted curtain tions that you girls have to hang neatly and closely over dreamed up from the use of a roll-out window or door. Work other Pointers. Mary's idea a large buttonhole in the spotj would be wonderful for chil- on the curtain that, will be over! dren's clothes, blouses, shirts the crank. This eliminates the| and any other things that usual bulge and makes the! 'would not drag on the floor. crank easier to work when open-1 —POLLY ing or closing the glass.—JUDYi ' DEAR POLLY—My husband "DEAR POLLY — I save all lost 40 pounds and none of hisj odds and ends of threads to use- >vash-and-\vear shirts would fit.: for basting. I wind them on to! Rather than discard them. I; a knife burner. sure to test the heat for different materials. Trace your tucks along the edge of a yard | stick, placed where the tuck lines are to be, with the dull edge of the knife. Tucks are creased, ready to stitch. Some- limes this is very useful for marking narrow hems. — C. F. H. it as there were five other sisters who wanted one, too. I always dreamed of having one for my own daughter and now she will have it. If you run out of shoe polish, use a bit of cold cream. Rub it on the shoes and buff with a soft paper napkin.—MRS. R. J. DeJ. DEAR POLLY — For toast Three-level home features personal touch (Continued from Page 16) provided by items o£ antique china and glass. The master bedroom is on the same level as the living room, and is reached by a door at the top of the steps. Principal feature of the bedroom is a set of antique furniture in an immaculate green finish. The kitchen painted in tur quoise enamel, is on the middle level with the dining room and children's bedrooms. A major __ _ convenience in the kitchen is a that's easy to cut, make an" In- ceilin g P antr y P Iaced ver y dention on the slice of bread, ! close lo the breakfast table, with a bread knife, before put-j Tlle m the kitchen, as well as ting it in the toaster. When itj lhe bathrooms, is of Inca sil- comes oul it will cut or break j ver easily without scattering' On lh e lower level, reached from a slairway in the kitchen, is a large family room and accompanying half bath. Outside, the home is painted crumbs.— MRS. I. P. R. GIRLS —This is certainly a good idea to use when toasting bread for little finger sandwiches. — POLLY GIRLS—It always pays to read carefully. I scorched a line across the first piece of fabric I used. One who does a lot of sewing might do well to keep an old plated knife , . ,, . , , r , , , , ., , , with other sewing supplies as the spindle of a dental floss con- made several beautiful dresses 1 ... . . , 7 .. - • f ,. - . . .. ., , , ' it does turn darK and otner- tamer, tying one piece to an- fur my mile girl. Lse the back! other and running the last one jf a shirt for the front of the! out the little hole in he top. dress and the neck yoke is al- POLLY The container looks neater in;ready made. The front of the ~ my sewing box than several skirt will make the back with! nF , p pnT t v T i nearly empty spools and is cs- .he button holes and buttons al-!. "f K=fu 7 V",°, "I, , J pecially handy because of the ready in place. Stripes andiL a . t ' de L S !. f !;:L^. ln ^L:!?.?J tC I" wise would have to be polished each time it was used. in a variation of gold while used bricks line the bottom portion of the front and climb up one DEAR POLLY — We found' a quick and easy way to touch Like most Southern California up black "H" and "L" hinges home builders, the Mooney's in- on cupboard doors. Instead of eluded central heating and air removing them or trying to; conditioning. The work was done paint the hinges with a brush.! by Eli's sheet metal, heating a black marker pencil did a ! and air conditioning. beautiful job in covering up! the nicks and scratches and it!555 VACATION dries immediately.- J. McM. Wanl a year . Ion? vacation for only about S50? Build a wood What would we do without deck in the garden, and you'll you clever guys? At times j have a hidaway spot to sun and you may be hard to get along i snooze every day. any day. Cost with but one thing is sure, | mentioned would buy materials we couldn't get along without |for a western wood deck 12x12 you.—POLLY feet. You've seen it on TV and in national magazines NOW see • Oustcmding Luxury • Colors That Can't Wear Off • Durability • Almost Static Free • Moth-Resistant & Non-Allergic • Easy to Clean HERCULON CARPET VINYL CORLON 9 BY •mstrong of Montina is made of stone-like vinyl chips set in deep, translucent vinyl to create an intriguing. pebbly texture. This textured surface helps hide scuffs and heel marks. Because Montina comes In wide rolls. there's scarcely a seam, wall to wall. And Montina can be used anywhere in the home — Even directly over concretel 9.79 sq. yd. EASY TERMS fifon 3 Beautiful Colors Si9S Sq. 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