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Woman's home companion
Vol. LXIV, No. 6 (1937)

Power, Ethel B.
A garden sun trap,   pp. 68-69 PDF (1.2 MB)


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Take a cue from Hollywood!
Brush your teeth as movie stars do!
T HEY DON'T guess about a dentifrice in
Hollywood. Results have to show...to
show in brilliant highlights that register
on the screen.
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it brings-the clean, fresh sparkle.
Perhaps you wish you could have teeth
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WHY HOLLYWOOD SAYS "0. K."
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Scientifically approved polishing ingre-
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2. SAFE BECAUSE IT'S SOFT. Calox
tontains no grit-no pumice-nothing
that could scratch enamel.
3. RELEASES LIVE OXYGEN. Oxygen is
Nature's own purifying agent.
4. MADE WITH PRESCRIPTION CARE.
Calox is made by McKesson & Robbins
-who have supplied fine drugs to phy-
sicians and hospitals since 1833.
CLAUDETTE COLBERT, Jiliing her
newest Paramount picture, "I MET
HIM IN PARIS." Planjto see it.. .and
when you do, notice her "starry'"smile.
Blue bencIh, rcd
and vliite checked
tablecloth    niid
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w\01ing m1iaik  the
terrace gay even
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6T Ga1rden Sun Trap
>A NUMBER of years agoa friend
and myself searched the shore
north of Boston for a place where we
could spend our summers. Eventu-
ally we found the perfect site but it
had on it a rather disreputable shack,
outhouses and a flimsy garage. Our
intention was to demolish all these
buildings at once. But the depres-
sion came along and the plans for the
new  house had to be regretfully
folded away. The only solution was
to make somethiiing presentable out
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of what we had. By installing elec-
tricity and water, applying bright
blue and white paint with a bold
hand, bringing order to the grounds,
transforming the old garage into a
garden- and guest-house and build-
ing a garden and terrace beyond it,
we made the place a small paradise,
filled with sun and salty breezes.
A high white fence protects the ter-
race (shown above and in detail be-
low) from the boisterous east winds
and makes it a veritable sun trap.
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