Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 27, 1959 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

Redlands, California
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Friday, March 27, 1959
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8 - Friday, Mar. 27, 1959 Redlands Daily Fact$ Heme and <jat4eb Easi-Bild Kitchen Modernization Through Sink Enclosure LIVING AREA—Fireside and furniture grouping provides inviting atmosphere in Lee home. At a recent home show, first prize for the best planned kitchen was awarded to a young lady who used only medium priced equip ment. Her winning kitchen resulted from time and work studies she made as a home economics student. Every piece of equipment was placed within easy reach. Counter top working space was located exactly where it was most needed. Every unnecessary step was eliminated since storage space was planned for the equipment needed. While an inexpensive sink had] been used, the alert kitchen plan African Violets Provide Fun If you are looking for the fun in gardening, you'll find it with African Violets. It makes no difference that you haven't gardened before or that you don't plan to take it up now. And'if you have no space to garden that's alright too. African Violets can be fun for anyone who has a roof over his head. These little charmers have been indoor favorites for decades. They come in whites, pinks, lavenders and purples and many shades thereof. Both double and singlci blooms ate available to brighten can't cxpsct continued bloom if your home the year around. night temperatures in your grow"That's all fine and good," you^ng room drop too much below say, "but I know a person who|6o decrees. This is easy to main- does everything and can't keep,tain with a thermostat control. if you supply them, your succesi is assured. And let it be stated herewith that the needs are easy to supply. To begin with, your African Violet needs a certain amount of light each day. Too much deviation from the norm — one way or the other — can result in no flowers. The aforementioned C.A.N', nurseryman suggests you ;row them in an east window where they get approximately the daily candle power they need. Secondly, an African Violet has certain heat requirements. V o u his African Violets in bloom the year 'round." The trouble, says one member of the California Association of Nurserymen, is that your friend probably does everything wrong. The African Violet has definite needs, he claims, andjder the pet And thirdly, keep the African Violet watered but not overwater- ed. Water gently from top or bottom, then let the surface soil dry to touch before watering again. Don't let water stand in dish un- Gray Look, A Growing Trend DINING AREA — Glass doors provide access to patio from dining area. Planning to Remodel? You're Ahead When You Finance With A Low-Cost FHA Title 1 Home Improvement Loan Borrow up to $3,500 Up to 5-Years to Repay Insulation • . • For Summer Coolness and Winter Warmth! There's no reason, no reason at all why you, your family or your guests should have to tolerate the pressing summer heat when you can bottle cool air through insulation . . . and in winter, insulate for warmth. An FHA Title I Home Improvement Loan can do the job for you — at minimum cost, of course. Plan to see us today. REDLANDS FEDERAL SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION FIFTH and CITRUS REDLANDS PHONE PY 3-2391 The California Association ol Nurserymen tells us that gardens, in recent years, have known a growing trend toward the grays You see it in a border of Dust} Miller of a hedge of Bush Germander. You find it in the graceful Olive, planted to shade a tcr race or patio. Reason for this is age-old, but only recently re-discovered f o use in the garden. It is simply because gray does so many thing, so well. It blends with the over all color scheme yet contrasts beautifully with individual colors, If you doubt this, try to name garden color wliich doesn't go wel with gray. In hot locations seems to absorb and soften sun light — and to thrive on it. One of the most striking exam pies is the use of Dusty Miller with its crisp gray in a border with Fibrous Begonia. The red the begonia is made for Dusty Miller. And if a green lawn rowing in front of the border you have a third color for con trast. The use of Bush Germander as a hedge is not common, but il would be if more people could see a living example. Y'ou can clip this hedge to a full rounded shape, a square shape or let il grow. During much of the year it adds to its own contrast with small blue flowers. This makes good foundation planting at the sunny side of a redwood house. You'll like its color with redwood Taller and suited to planting as a screen or in front of a redwood fence at the back of the garden are the guavas — Pineapple Guava 'actually a Feijoa), Straw berry Guava and Lemon Guava. Don't count on fruit from the latter two outside Southern Califor nia. but count on pleasant foliage from all three. Finally, a favorite tree is the Olive, which has lent its grace to patio living since the Spanish period in California. It is light, airy and shade producing — qualities which, combined with gray, make it highly useful and recommend cd. nor had built a cabinet following directions outlined in the pattern! offered below. | This pattern provides a simpli-j ficd method of building an enclos ure. It provides a complete list of materials required and speci-. fies exactly where and when each is used. The pattern assumes the! user has never built a cabinet be' fore and explains construction in language everyone can easily follow. All materials specified arc stock size and readily obtainable at lumber yards everywhere. Send 50c for Sink Enclosure Pattern No. 241 in coin or money order to Pattern Dept.. Redlands Daily Facts. P.O. Box 213. Pleas antville, N.Y. Send additional 35c for 64 page catalog illustrating over 300 other Build It Yourselfi projects. Add 25c for First Class I. Mail. |t Copyright 1959. Donald R. Brann SHOP ADDRESS: 721 East Stat* St. P.O. Box 17, RtdUndt, Calif. Ttlephont PY 2-5727 THOMAS E. HENDERSON Licensed Contractor PAINTING — Interior & Exterior PAPER HANGING K. H. A. Financing SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad Snyder's Termite Control • Treatments and control services for ants, roaches, termites, moths, etc. • Nrvr, safe fumigation for dryrvood termites and other household pests. HOUSEHOLD AND GARDEN INSECTICIDES FOR SALE! 18 EAST VINE STREET PHONE PY 2-3M1 You'll Find a Ready Market Thru Fast-Acting Facta Classified Ads For PLUMBING IT'S WISE TO DIAL PYramid 2-4974 * CONTRACTING * REPAIRING * REMODELING GAUGH PLUMBING 1032 Oranit — Redland* 30% OFF WITH THIS COUPON '! 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