Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 17, 1964 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

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EXTERIOR VIEW - New home of Mr. end Mrs. J. S. Bartles is locafed of 527 Nottingham drive. LIVING ROOM - Sliding glass door opens to outdoor covered breezewoy. WATCH WISTERIA NEW YORK (UPI) — If you live in an area where wisteria grows, tell your children never to eat any part of the plant Reports at the National Clearing House for Poison Control Centers show that wisteria, hitherto unsuspected, is a frequent cause of poisoning. Cases reported concerned victims who had eaten the same part of the plant — the pods. The common symptoms: repeated vomiting, nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea, and alidominal swelling. . . Got RIGHT NOW Whil* You're Thinking About Itl KRAMER'S TOf E. HIGH AVE. Can 793-1123 MASTER BEDROOM - White drapes cover entire wall of the room. New Bartles home built by Shirtcliff Decorafive Window Shades • All Kinds • All Styles Always Hit Newest REDLANDS SHADE SHOP 620 Oranga Ph. 792-5807 Located on a comer lot is the new three bedroom and den home of Ur. and Mrs. J. S. Bartles, the house, at 527 Not tinglum drive is one of the Cypress Park Homes constructed by Shirtcliff Enterprises of Redlands. Mr. Bartles is associated EVEL -A -cow INC. pfeJeHti "SUNSET HILLS" Redlands Newest Residential Development PAMELA CREST — East Sunset Drive. North Featuring: • 4 Bedreem Homes • 2 & 3 Baths • 15 Individually Styled Homes • Carpeting & Drapes • Landscaped with Sprinklers In • Up to 2M0 sq. ft. • Every Let a View Let ONLY 10% DOWN 2 MODEL HOMES OPEN $38,500 Safurday-11 ajn. fo 9 jjjn. to Snodoy-I to 9 p.m. $46,000 HAL PRICE. Sdes Manager Dri»t South on Cojon to Gordcn; turn Eoit off Garden on Hilton; then contino* on Eoit Sun- Kt Drivo North to firrt stre*! on left — Pomelo Crejt. lET THE BUllDERS INCORPORATE THE FEATURES YOU WANT IN YOUR HOMEl with J. Lydell Lambeth, realtor. Enhancing the yellow exterior of the ranch style home is a used brick facing to the right of the entry. A neatly landscaped front and side yard adds to the beauty of the house. Two of the model homes in Cypress Park will be open to the public from noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Unglazed circular tiles are used to floor the entry way which leads directly into the formal living room. The openness of the room is enhanced by the use of wood posts instead of a solid wall from the area to the hallway to the bedrooms. Used Brick A raised hearth used brick fireplace in the living room has various stones inset into its face. Decorating the hearth is a large' brass Ixiwl. Opposite the fireplace is a long sofa covered in a green print fabric. Matching end tables and milk- glass and brass lamps are used. In front of the sofa is a low African Violet show of La Verne Pomona Valley African Violet Society will sponsor its 11th annual African Violet show tomorrow and Sunday at Bonita and D streets, La Veme, site of the United States National Bank. Hours tomorrow are from 1 to 9 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. I to 6 p.m. No admission is {Charged and the public is invited. dropleaf coffee table. Two matching easy chairs are near the end of the room. A sliding glass door opens from the end of the room to the covered breczeway which provides shady outdoor living in the summer. Living is enjoyable inside because the entire home is air conditioned. To the left of the entry is the dining and family room. Two comer windows overlook the front yard from the dtaing area. A large maple table is used and six matching chairs. In one comer is a high backed rocker. Wall paper with a blue pattern is used on one wall, the others are white. Whita Tila A counter topped by white tile separates the dining area from the long kitchen with its natural wood cabinets and storage spaces. Hammered copper pulls are used on the drawers and cabinets. A bandy feature of the light kitchen are the double ovens built-in on one wall. A refrigerator and under the counter dishwasher are both finished in matching colors. White tile sur rounds the builtin range. Louvered shutters are used on the kitchen window. At the end of the room a door opens to a utility room and a bathroom. Terrazzo styled floor coverings are used throughout the area. Carpeting The living room and all of the bedrooms have sculptured beige toned carpet. Down the hallway to the right of the entry are the three bedrooms, den and two bathrooms. The house is completely insulated and plate glass mirrors are used in the electrically heated baths. A desk and television are contained in the den along with a large green couch and bookcase. An extra wide door opens into a closet. The Bartles old est daughter Cheryl has a large four poster bed in her room which has blue walls. A white dresser and chest of drawers are in the room. Double doors open into the large wardrobe. The Bartles other two daugh ters, Lisa and Michelle have twin beds in their rooms. White spreads contrast with the pink Bindow curtains. Adding contrast to the mas ter bedroom one of the walls is painted an olive tone. The three other walls are all white. White drapes go from wall to wall covering the window. Slatching lamps are used on the night stand. Off the room is a private bath. Jtedfonds Daily Facts Friday, Apr. 17. m - 9 YOUNG GARDEN TOURIST — Standing in the shade of a handsome Holly Oak among the azaleas in one of the 10 gardens on this weekend's Garden Tour is Rita Reifer, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reiter, 526 Alvorodo street. The spring tour is sponsored by Redlands Horticultural and Improvement Society. Hours are from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. both days. Tickets and tour maps will be available ot the first garden located at 405 West Olive avenue. This event will replace the usual flower show, to be resumed next year. LOANS 5/,% Nores NOCHARGtS NCPOtWTS SWMtna MOITGAGS COtMUTWII DC NCnMWtSTBN WUTUAl UFE nS. CO. t\iAsi Ma3>AGWou«,aiyiiSBf>m.ovi-MM CAo.' ntoMiiiii «mwasAM »nM«Mio .T «»>t»»n»m CONGRATULATIONS to MR. & MRS. JOE BARTLES on Their Beautiful New Home—527 Nottingham THIS WEEK'S FEATURED CUSTOM HOME DESIGNED & BUILT BY EDWARD E. SHIRTCLIFF CUSTOM BUILDER 1125 Romono Phone 793-3852 Before you BUY. see these Beautiful Homes Now Completed at 511 Nottingham and 523 Nottingham (Just West of Smiley School) Open House For Your Inspection Sunday. April 19 - 12 Noon Til 6 P.M.

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