What a blast from the past. My parent had almost this exact same kitchen in the 50’s . My Mom had regular burner knobs on her pink GE stove but they were in the same spot as this one. A big pink oven to and a large pink refrigerator. She refused to have a dishwasher and always said it was a waste of resources and for lazy people. To this day I do not nor have I ever had a dishwasher and do not want one. I do remember the pink was also countertop . the floor tile had some pink and it had the same open shelves on each side of the window. The tile was pink. I remember as the stove top was set as this one that the cupboards were huge as the kitchen had more room for cupboards. Thanks for the memories. Great post
By late Friday night, they had laid out what was essentially a new airplane. The new design (464-49) built upon the basic layout of the B-47 Stratojet with 35 degree swept wings , eight engines paired in four underwing pods , and bicycle landing gear with wingtip outrigger wheels.  A notable feature of the landing gear was the ability to pivot the main landing gear up to 20° from the aircraft centerline to increase safety during crosswind landings .  After a trip to a hobby shop for supplies, Schairer set to work building a model. The rest of the team focused on weight and performance data. Wells, who was also a skilled artist, completed the aircraft drawings. On Sunday, a stenographer was hired to type a clean copy of the proposal. On Monday, Schairer presented Colonel Warden with a neatly bound 33-page proposal and a 14-inch scale model.  The aircraft was projected to exceed all design specifications.