Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 7, 1964 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

Redlands, California
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Friday, February 7, 1964
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Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Feb. 7, 1964 -9 COLONIAL STYLING New custom home of Dr. and Mrs. Norris D. Aardappel !s located at 1797 Country Club Drive. Acacia good decorative garden tree Have you noticed that yellow flowering tree so covered with flowers that you can't see the foliage? It's acacia. The most popular one isi Acacia bailcyian3. It makes aj small tree to fifteen or twenty' feet high- Its bloom period be Sins in late January and continues through March. Acacia flowers arc excellent to cut and use in arransemcnts And the foliage is decorative even without flowers, usable as! greens (actually the foilage is' gray) with such flowers as cameras, roses or other popular cut flowers. There is a purple leaf variety of this species which is especially attractive for such use. POLLY'S POINTERS By Polly Cramer KUITE'S Discount Sales & Service WEEK-END ONLY • SPECIAL • TV ANTENNAS List Price $8.50 $495 519 W. Colton opp. Calhoun DEAR POLLY — Our piano needed new ivory keys but the cost of having it done professionally was prohibitive. I bought 15 4'i-inch square white plastic wall tiles, cut and glued them on the keys and they look very nice. The store lent me a cutter which made the job easier. Eight key tops were cut from each tile First trim ^jd^s "initials. I was very hurt the curved edge from, TOO, W Hcnever using nuts in cakes sides but leave on the other two ,. T ,. . ... : or cookies. I first put them in the desk top. The bottle will not tip and the sponge absorbs excess drips. An empty egg carton is a good holder for paper clips, rubber bands, stamps and other small things kept in a desk drawer. The 12 sections will hold all these and the top may be used for pencils, pens and erasers.—HOLLY DEAR POLLY — If a wooden (clothes basket shows signs of splintering, give it two coats of white shellac. This will double the life of the basket and prevent clothes from being snagged. When I apply a cream deodor- uscd. However, the same ideai ant - 1 a PP>- v il with a facial tis " did appear but with somconej sue , so the cream <loes not S ct hinder mv fingernails.—MRS. the coveted space equally over a year's time.—MRS. M. D. DEAR POLLY — I enjoy the column tremendously, have used many of the ideas and want to share a hint with your faithful readers. I sent an idea some time ago but it wasn't a cup or bowl and water be fore placing them in the batter.: .Many of the little pieces ofj shell will come floating to thejj top of the water and can easilyjj be skimmed off. No more brok-j| en teeth or bitter taste from ( biting into a piece of black wal-- nut shell.—D.M.M. under W. C. my H. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 FAMILY ROOM - Kitchen is located just beyond family area j TREASURE HOUSE I Your unused furniture or an- ipliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Best Wishes TO Dr. & Mrs. Norris D. Aardappel HOLLY HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING INSTALLED AND FURNISHED By HUISKEN'S SHEET METAL 601 LAWTON PHONE 792-5718 Colonial style marks new Aardappel home Decorative black and whit c.' tiles create a dramatic entry in the new custom home of Dr. and Mrs. Norris D. Aardappel located on a corner lot at Country Club Drive and Palo Alto Drive. The colonial styled home has the traditional tall (white columns rising from the large front porch and extra wide steps lead from the street to the front door. The distinctive white home was built for the Aardappel's by Babcock Construction Company. Landscaping of the grounds wasj Idesigned by Dangermonds Nur- jsery. ! Dr. Aardappel is a dentist at jpatton State Hospital. Opening I the door to the spacious three : bedroom and den home the en­ try flooring attracts the eye. Black and white alternate tile squares have been used. A circular window admits light to the entry. Off to the left is the forma] iiving room with its white walls, carpet and draperies. A high ceiling adds to the beauty of the room. Black marble is used for the! hearth and facing of the fireplace contrasting with the white background. Interior design of the home was by McEwen's interior decorator staff. Carpeting and draperies were furnished by McEwen's. An antique gold frame holds a large mirror over the sofa in the living room. The sofa hasj pink and blue tones. Marble topped end and a coffee table are used by the sofa. 1 Gracing one corner of the! ;room next to the entry is aj j piano. j Dining Room j At the end of the entry hall; and just a step to the right is] the formal dining room with a hand painted mural of a Roman fountain. Sliding doors lead from the room to the large rear patio which is protected by the house I overhang. A crystal lamp hangs over the oval dining table. Various silver [pieces are displayed on a drop (Continued on Page 11) so they come down over the fronts of the keys. Sand the cut edges with very fine sandpaper. This costs around a dollar for both tiles and glue.—MRS. C. E.B. GIRLS — I did not have a piano to try this but it certain)/ sounds logical and practical. However, this would not be recommended for a fine piano but should make a big improvement in the looks of a secondhand or old piano that was being renovated for use in a playroom.—POLLY DEAR POLLY — Here is a manicure help: First paint the left little fingernail and then the right one. Next the left ring finger and then the right and continue in this manner until the thumbnails are painted. There is no waiting for onel DEAR POLLY — hand to dry and I haven't yet desk {ree from jnk stains? carveli Furniture or Appliance, smeared a fingernail. f a nole , ar „ c cnough t0 hold; \Vhen my two boys shared a: an ink tau| . , h middlc f ; room with bunk beds there was, fajr , , , : - constant argument over the[ . 0 , L ,;' GIRLS — and D.M.M. — I am sorry but often we get !| duplicates and try to be fair about using the first one sent |j in. Perhaps you don't realize || that q u i te a bit of time elapses between your writing | the hint and publication. | Please be tolerant. I have no | reason to show any partiality, f Also remember to dry those | nut meats before adding them j to the batter or it might be || too moist.—POLLY | WE DON'T . . . MONKEY AROUND When it comet to o beautiful job TO keep 3 | of 'efinilhing and pointing your top bunk. This was solved by! sponge to a heavy cardboard 1 ! . . ,base and insert the ink bottle|| letting each sleep a month in:. , .. . . , one bunk and then change. Withj'" the hole. Put this ink this rotation they each enjoyed/'coaster'* in your drawer or on''. OLD or NEW — Try Usl KRAMER'S 109 E. HIGH AVE. Call 793-1123 Be modern with MO EN Our Congratulations to DR. AND MRS. NORRIS D. AARDAPPEL 1797 Country Club Drive on their lovely new home featured today andscaping FOR THE BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME OF Dr. & Mrs. Norris D. Aardappel Designed, Furnished & Installed By DANGERMOND'S NURSERY Sanitary Plumbing Co. 1248 S. Wabash Ave. Redlands 794-2131 27601 West Redlands Blvd. FREE DELIVERY 792-3885 CLOSED SUNDAYS The Inferior Design including Draperies and Karastan Carpeting was by — McE wens Furniture — Carpeting — Accessories 17-21 West State Street Redlands Sketch Sock We're Sincerely Proud To Have Contributed To the Realization of the Plans For the Distinctive New Home of Dr. & Mrs. Norris D. Aardappel 1797 Country Club Drive 302 East State Street, Redlands — Phone PY 3-2575/6

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