Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 20, 1964 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

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NEW HOME — The lovely new home of Mr. ond Mrs. M. T. Dpoliffle is located at the corner of East South ovenue and Franklin street. LIVING ROOM - Soft tones are featured in the living room. YOU HONESTLY CAN'T FIND BEHER QUALITY PAINTING or REFINISHING ON OLD or NEW FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES! TRY US SOON! KRAMER'S 109 E. HIGH AVE. Call 793-1123 Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 TKis Is The Week By ffie end of tliii week you should cut back your geraniums, pelargoniums and fu> chias. Loosen the soil around them and when you see signs of new growth, start watering and feeding. Why not try gardenias in a warm, protected spot? The big kind whose blooms you see the florist selling is Gardenia jasminoides and is fairly, hardy. However, its smaller cousin. Gardenia jasmin­ oides var. radicans, with smaller but equally fragrant flowers, will take more of « beating and come up laughing. Check now with your C.A.N, nurseryman on crabgrass control. Don't wait. Get into action now before seeds germinate. Do not delay planting your tuberous-r o o t e d begonias. They're just too beautiful to forget — once you've planted, them. DAUGHTER'S ROOM — Vicki's room is light yellow with a crystal chandelier for decorotive light fixture. Snyder's Termite Control • Treatments and control services for ants,; roaches, termites, moths, etc. • New, safe fumigation for drywood termites; and other household pests. HOUSEHOLD AND GARDEN INSECTICIDES FOR SALE! ill EAST VINE STREET PHONE PY 2-3841 i Doolittle home decorated with Oriental art objects The altracUve new home of Mr. and Sirs. M. T. DoolitOe has its exterior finished ia two shades of bull and the roof is covered with crushed white roclf. The large overhanging A-typc roof forms a covered entrance patio which is planted in trop Our hearfiesf Congrafulafions fo Mr. & Mrs, M, T. Dooliffle on fheir lovely new home at 729 South Avenue WE BUILD ON YOUR LOCATION WITH YOUR PLANS OR OURS Call Us for Defails Better Living Begins When You Own A New Home EAST STATE ST. PY. 3-2551 RED LANDS, CALIFORNIA ical greenery. It is one of the many lovely homes by CiUtion Construction Corporation in the Garden Terrace development and is located at 129 East South avenue. Floor to ceiling windows flood the living room area with light and traverse drapes control the light and visibility. A large opaque vsindow also brightens up the entrance hall. Gray and white tcrazzo is used for the floor of the entrance hall and also the facing of the large living room fire­ place. The fireplace has raised hearth. A large planter extends into the hall from the dual fire places which front in both liv ing and family rooms. Mrs. Doolittle is a collector of Oriental objects of art and uses these pieces to advantage in the interior decoration of the home. The living room walls are fin ishcd in a soft pastel green and the floor is covered with a buff wall to wall carpeting. Gay ac cents are provided by the greens, aquas and blues of the upholstery in the Danish modem sofa. Unique hanging lamps provide accent points by the large window. Danish Modem A handsome Danish modem set in walnut finish is used in the dioing area which also has a huge carved Oriental screen as a background. Antiques from Latin America join those from the Orient in the decorative treatment. Beyond the living room is the family room with its large sliding glass doors to the rear patio and j'ard area. Kitchen It is separated from the Icitchen by the huilt in range and overhanging cupboard which are all a part of the compact U-shaped kitchen work area. The handsome birch cabinets arc finished in walnut. Built-ins include the range, refrigerator, dish washer, ovens and desk. The puUman counter top is Hcrmosa ceramic tile. A modem snack set with I laced canvas back on the chairs jand glass top table is used in the family room. Girl's Room The room occupied by their daughter Vicki, 12, is done in 'pale yellow. i A bath with puUman wash stand, tile top and plate glass mirror separates this room from the family room. Cumulus is the name of the {wall finish in the master bedroom. Oriental items are used in the furnishings together with cone lamps. The spread is a I rich gold. In the other comer is the room occupied by the boys Mark 9, and Jay 3. It is done iin tans. I The main bathroom also includes the laundry. It has a door to the back yard and patio area. The garage, which is at the end of the home also has access to the patio and rear yard. Best Wishes Mr. & Mrs. H. I Doolittle HOLLY TWIN-PAC HEATING & AIR CONDmONING INSTALLED AND FURNISHED HUlSKEN'S SHEET METAL MI LAWTON PHONE 79S-57II Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Mar. 20,19M - 9 Heathers popular The coloriul heathers can be found in improved from in California nurseries, says the American Association of Nurserymen. Strangely enough, most of them are not from Scotland, but from South Africa. New Use For Old M«th Aerospace scientists have discovered the modular arithmetic, an ancient form of mathematics invented by the Chinese, speeds up some computer operations 20 times. Control Engineering. Because numbers need not be carried over from one column to the next, addition, subtraction and multiplication can be done as fast as Uie computer can operate. For cooler garden Depending upon the intensity of the Sim and the denseness of the foliage of a shade tree, it can be 10 to 20 degrees cooler in the shade than in the direct stmlight, according to the American Association of Nurserymen. I SO MUCH MORE AT REDLANDS FEDERAL SAviirGs & r <oAir ASSOCIATIOK Rrtland. Home Office Fifth Sf. « Citr»« Ave. m.23W Fottfen. Branch MOl Whee/.r Ave. I7MW2 or I22.22M Yucaip. Breach 35C34 Yuciip. Bootev.rd TT-OTH Beeomoof Brtnch 725 Beaumont Avenue M5J1SI

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