The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on May 10, 1970 · Page 44
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 44

Des Moines, Iowa
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Sunday, May 10, 1970
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nR SUNDAY REGISTER The home of the David S. Chamberlains has a north European flavor and illustrates how an artist can transform an ordinary 1920's house into an interesting, artistic home. Mrs. Chamberlain's paintings and sculpture and Scandinavian country furriiture are the accents in the living room, where she is pictured. The rug is white and the color scheme is predominantly rose and blue. Mrs. Chamberlain who is the mother of seven children has spent two years redecorating the house. (All the homes shown here are part of the Iowarcrfy~house tour. Staff pholog arelby TicST Brinton.) at Iowa By Mafy Bryson tTfrfr fttflliter'i Item* Ftfrnlslilnjis Editor) W HEN THE lilacs bloom in May, it's house four tima in lowar. and 4wstoric and unusual homes are opened for fund-raising inspections. Two of the most interesting toj!?? that attract visitor* from all over Iowa and from neighboring states are one scheduled for Wednesday in Burlington, and another in Iowa City next Sunday. T HE IOWA CITY tour ~oT six homes is sponsored by the Iowa Chapter of the United Nations Association, and homes were selected by Mrs. Frank Seiberling, wife of the head of the University of Iowa school of art, to tie in with the theme of "The Arts at Home." Demonstrations of various arts and crafts will take place at each of the homes, which will be open from 1 to •5 p.m. Proceeds will be used for furthering the work of the United Nations through educational programs, which The John Schulze home:received a national award of merit for its contemporary architecture in 1967. Interior walls of horizontal cedar siding make a quiet background for the Pre-Columbian sculpture and for Mr. Schulze's paintings and creative photography. Mrs. Schulze is seated beneath one of her husband's paintings, "Fantasy," a study in reds, browns and golds. Strikingly modern house for. a fami|y with four daughters is the home of the David J. Lillys. It's on a hill overlooking the Iowa River and most of the window area is on the view side. Brick-floored- entranceway, where Mrs. Lilly is pictured, has a high ceiling, formed by a dramatic architectural "light scoop" in the roof. Josephs studies and grades diamonds carefully before buying them. That way we get two things: a better diamond and a better value because wa can take lower margins. Why? Our primary concern is to give you more value for your money. More clarity. More brilliance. If you don't know the answers to questions about how diamonds are graded, better sse someone who does, Josephs! Engagement rings from,$150 with convenient payments. JOSEPHS Sixth fit locust/Merli H«y Piaza ONLY 1190 (WAS $16.00) v-. Feminine is the word for this spring, & Pepenno delivers it in these great looks! BLACK PATENT AND WtilTE, BONE, PINK , AND LT. BLUE CALF include * bus tour lor -high school students to • Washington, D.C., anW the United Nations Building in New -York City, and for scholarships for university students. Tickets arc $2, and may be purchased at the houses on tour day or at the Athletic William Bean is general \ chairman. " / HB BURLINGTON tour of three homes is Sponsored by the Au*iliafy to the Memorial Hospital there i and houses will be open from 11 'a.m. to 6 p.m. Proceeds will be used for hospital equipment. Houses on the Burlington tour are: The Carl Hulen home, an elegant noise built with stone nsed in a dwelling that was standing when Iowa became a state; the contemporary home of the Paul Benson family, where Oriental and Modern decor, art objects and antiques are blended with simplicity; and the • contemporary home of the Leonard Walworths, built on. a heavily wooded hillside. Four of the Iowa City Houses are pictured. Others on 'the tour are: The New England Colonial-style home of the Everill Daters and the David Hatch home, a mid- nineteenth . century brick structure furnished with antiques. A dramatic feature in the family room of the home of Dr. and Mrs. .Bruce E. Spivey is the hanjrinjr fireplace beside which Mrs. Spivey is sealed. Made of cast aluminum suspended over a ceramic hearth, the fireplace was designed by Jerry Rolhman, head of the ceamicsjdepartmcnt of the University of Iowa. The house features nalure colors and materials, lots of dark wood y and "glass. MERLE HAY PLAZA Des Moines "Iowa's Only True Boutique" Other Locations In Cedar Falls, Dubuque, Ced«r R«pid» «nd Iowa ^ 0 DOWNTOWN MERLE HAY DES MOINES CROSSROADS WATERLOO DES MOINES MERLE HAY AND WATERLOO OPEN SUNDAY VIM LAUNCHES UNDERWATERWEAR Wear them Under . . . Wear therrY in the Waterl The "Glow-Togethers®" by MAIDENFORM®,. Slick idea? 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