The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 48
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: I6C Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October 3, 1971 fiOUSE OF THE WEEK Need Three Bedrooms? Modest Plan Will Suffice By ANDY LANG provides sufficient liyability to 1 in area, but totally satisfy a family requiring _three Small in dequate in the ize of rooms, number andjbedrooms as well this couple. Architect Herman H. overall dimensions, yet retained .laundry. A bonus feature is.a hobby room or;home office. Care has been taken to insure generous wall spaces for.: furniture', placement, this being especially important in smaller houses. And Design L-18 must be considered small, since it has'only 1175 square feet of habitable area in the main section,' plus 257 square feet for the laundry and hobby room. TRADITIONAL FIREPLACE Immediately on entering the house, one sees a fireplace] VIEW OF. LIVING ROOM to the right of entranceway. Folding door leads to the dining room and family room. designed in keeping with the | Note that the hall space in the NEW ENGLAND FARMHOUSE'.styling, is'.followed, •with the use of no brick on the exterior except on the chimney. Suggested alternative coloring would be dark-stained shingles on walls and a gray roof. basic traditional character. Directly ahead is a view through sliding glass doors of the rear patio and garden. The traffic through the living room is minimized, all of it being on one side'and across the shortest distance. The family or dining room is flexible because there is a dinette area in the kitchen bay window which may be sufficient for ordinary dining, thus leaving the family room •FLOOR PLAN: Rooms are of generous size in a 'three-bedroom house with less than 1,500 square feet Architect has made this possible by keeping halls to a minimum and utilizing all available space. for use most of the time as a self-contained informal retreat. ..The kitchen layout is in the popular U-shape, all appliances be'ng in the desirable work triangle. Just beyond the -kitchen, 'the mud closet and cellar stair are located conveniently to rear door, garage, laundry and hobby room. In an emergency, the hobby room can be used for an overnight guest as it has its own toilet nearby. However, it has .been designed as a spare room or office without luxury in rnind/ It is conceivable, too, that should the budget demand, this room and one-half of the garage might be omitted in the original construction, reducing, the langth of' the house by 9' 4 . This would result in a house with a one-car garage instead of two. OVERSIZED GARAGE • ' The garage is oversized,- with ample storage space of garden tools and power equipment bedroom area has been held to minimum. Generous windows provide sunlit .bedrooms. The master bedroom has a private bath and a large walk-in closet. Wood shingles and vertical siding, make up the entire-side wall treatment of the exterior, giving it an early New England flavor. The entrance portico adds a sense of luxury and provides the exterior detail | needed to create a focal point of] interest where it is most needed. . Design L-18 has a living room, (dining room, family room- kitchen, three bedrooms, two oms a lavatory, laundry room and hobby room, totaling]is under the main living area. 1432 square feet. There is a tsvo-1 The over-all dimensions of 66 car garage with storage space 8" by 31 by 4 mciuae me for outdoor equipment. A cellar | garage. Mo// Coupon for Study Plan Full study plan information on this architect- designed House of the Week is included m a 50 cent baby blueprint. With it in hand you can obtain a contractor's estimate. Send 50 cents for baby blueprint on design L-18. Allow three weeks for delivery. TO* Ogden Standard-Examiner, Box 992, General Post Ofifce, New York City, New York. Name Street • • • City • • • -State Pessimism's the 'in Thing By BETTY CANARY where. I Being an optimist is out these OPT i M IST: Inexpensive and| kee P ^ lmg "^ days The "in" thing to be «;! comfortable housing can be ™-ll be buried disillusioned. An optimist is, . i hard put to keep out of the designed! i PESSIMIST: So. people are! clutches of despair. OPTIMIST: I have water if the bottles and old cars In a decade in our own garbage. What do you say to that? OPTIMIST: If we ^.^.1^. - great fed and housed-they'll die of hopes for the future. We're on | breathing dirty air. the threshold of miracles in 1 medicine, for starters. PESSIMIST: What good will new vaccines do? Save the population from disease so it can die of starvation? ^'11 start \ y ™ Can. OPTIMIST: Tell you what, borrow your shovel while start a game of Kick the OPTIMISM: Scientists are at the breakthrough point on new fantastic foods made foods, from materials heretofore thought of as waste products! practicing today what we kno about cleaning polluted air ... PESSIMIST: We'll all die of drinking dirty water. OPTIMIST: You do make it, hard for me but may I point out that government and industry will join together and do the 1 Start the foil season m a new hairpiece ) Wiglots, all colors S5 - 9S Cascades, all colors S12.9S | Demi Wig, including styling . . ST9.95 Styles by Carolyn, Vicki«, Te ROYAL WIG & BEAUTY Phone 825-9753 1796 W, 5300 S- sensible, practical thing about PESSIMIST: So, you keep out polluted rivers and streams, people alive and where do you! PESSIMIST: So wnat? What put them? Into ghettos, that's will we do with clean air and There's a bit of Scot- | land in the heather | tweed and check § group by Country Set. | The blazer sports | patch pockets with | black leather t r i m, | pants vest, and A-line | or wrap around skirts | also available. | A rayon/wool blend * in oatmeal / black. | Choose the long | sleeve rib turtle-neck 5 in either black or oat- * meal, in 100%Wintuk | Acrylic. THE 2524 Washington SYROCO MIRRORS AND CLOCKS reg. 39.95 ea. 19.98 ea. Glamorize your home with these elegant decorator items, crafted by Syroco with exquisite detailing. _ _ . . .- - - ~> Oval mirror, plate glass with intricate metal gold finish frame, 34x21 Vz". Rectangular mirror, "plate glass with scroll frame in metal gold finish, 30Vi x21". Diamond-shape clock, battery oper-' ated with rose and bow frame in metal gold, finish. 28%xlO". Rope and scroll clock in antique metal "gold-'finish.. Battery operated, 11" wide, 18" high with 7" diameter me-, tal dial. GIFT GALLERY, MEZZANINE .OGDEN AN SALT LAKE CITY AND FRIDAY^IO A.M. TO'9 P.M. ' '' t) ' • (onswner's FrtswTted in your interest each week by KU in your interest each week by KUTV and Cream oWeber Dairy By Carolyn Dunn, KUTV Consumer Marketing Specialist When you tey flour, particularly in the 10-pound bag, look for the addition of special nutrition information. One of the leading flonr mamf acturers is now including a Basic 4 Menu planning guide in simple, easy-to-follow form to assist consumers with the im' portant task of balancing family meals daily. You may have to acquire 3 taste for these unusual products, especially if you eat them as snacks. The manufacturer recommends that we add thetnto numerous recipes from appetizers to vegetable dishes, and even baked products such as biscuits. No refrigeration Is necessary forthese un-meatables. Vu-metitMe Proteins These two new products on the market taste like a spicy pepperoni and a milk sausage . . . they are certainly protein products like dried meat bits, but they are just reasonable facsimilies, not meat. Like the familiar bacon bits that have been on grocer's shelves for some time, they are really textured vegetable products. Protein is extracted from vegetables {such as soybeans, wheat) and spun into fibers. Other ingredients are added and further processed to obtain the desired texturs, color and flavor. rctfK* Vattenu Jorm X*rty Why are some people eating a! tne time? They arc probably following a family pattern they grew up with, Snacking has a place, if it doesn't crowd out meals, and if it keeps certain limitations. When you arc thinking of snack, especially for small children, think of milk, small pieces of fruit, cut-up raw vegetables, cheese cubes, crackers spread with cottage cheese or peanut butter, and cereals. These snacks carry their weight in food value. To assure good eating patterns later on, it is probably wise for mother: to keep fairly close watch on family snack habits. Expect a considerable drop in the food budget when snacks arc more carefully controlled. ffSDA PtaitffoJ food Lift for Octotar Apples Applesauce Apple juice Pork Fresh pears Canned pears Potatoes Eggs ' Utah's major apple crop, the Jonathan is in full swing. This versatile apple can be used for most apple uses. Smaller supplies of Red and Golden Delicious, and a few Green- ings are appearing now. (Makes 6 servings) Rich pic pastry to line 9-inch deep torte or cake pan 6 apples, pcdcd, cored and thinly sliced juice of 1 lemon 3 tablespoons granulated sugar 2 tablespoons butter" 1 S-ouncc package (or 1 cup) cream cheese 14 cup honey % cup heavy cream_ 1 tablespoon melteH butter Use pastry to Iine-a 9-inch deep torte or cake pan; or use pastry to line two 5-inch tart pans; or use pastry to line six smaller tart pans. Roll pastry out, cut and place in buttered baking pan or small pans. Crimp pastry edge, trim and set In refrigerator to chill. . ... ...._,, Next peel, core and thinly sficc 6 apples. Sprinkle with juiccof 1 lemon and sugar. Cook In butter about 8 minutes or until appjes are almost soft. Let cool a few minutes. Preheat oven at 375-degrees F. Mix cream cheese with honey, cream and butter. Blend together unti! smooth. Add a little more cream if needed. Spread this cheese-mixture thickly in bottom of chilled pastry-lined pans. Spread thinly around onto .the side pastry in pans. Fill with cooked apples. Bake 20 to 25 minutes or until pastry in lightly browned. Serve warm or cold. Make the most of yoor food budget fay buying plentiful foods listed every Sunday in this column. cream oweber DAIRY FOODS presents "The Carolyn Dunn Show" Mondays thru Fridays at 10:55 a.m. on KUTV (Ch. 2} Read the Classified Ads

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