The Ludington Daily News from Ludington, Michigan on September 29, 1939 · Page 7
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 29, 1939. THE DAILY NFAVS—LUDTNCTTON, MICHIGAN. PAGESEVE Does A New Dress Give You A 'Lift'? So Will A Becoming Background Here's an Idea for Your Living Room You know how a becoming new dress can make you feel more attractive, give a "lift" to your personality. A becoming background can do even more, particularly where you spend most of your time in your bedroom. Any woman would be depressed getting up in the morning to open her eyes to a threacl- 'bare rug or peeling wallpaper. And if she is dressing to. go out in the evening, the most glamorous of gowns won't look quite right surrounded by dingy furni- ttire. ^She feels unhappy about her appearance before she ever leaves for the party. Good Furniture Helps suitable to the room and not of some discordant styling or color. A few don'ts are: Don't make the bedroom a museum of cluttered objects that fit nowhere else. Don't equip the room with hand-me-downs from a decade ago. Don't use just any old pictures. Select them carefully. Don't place the bed or a pair of beds so that they jut out from the wall into the middle of a small room. Don't overcrowd or underfu- nish the room. Don't place rugs diagonally. Don't be afraid to use your The foundation of the bedroom imagination a little. After all, that forms a flattering back- this is your room, ground is, of course, good furniture—not expensive furniture necessarily, but of sound construction and beautiful wood. The bed is most important. Tt .should be carefully selected and the rest of the room built around H. In the bedroom you can choose a style of furniture entirely different from the rest of the house, if you wish. Your other rooms j may be modern, for example, but' an Early American bedroom is 1 Always charming. Maple pieces in this style are a good buy these — clays and an adorable room can Modern, Early American and be achieved with a spool or post- ]Q[[] Centufy A(| Hav(J USE ROOM STYLE TO FIT YOUR FAMILY A Room for Restful Living—18th Century Style or bed, a highboy, a chest of drawers, chintz covered boudoir chair, and night stand. Use cancllewick or imitation homespun bedspreads, pattern rug or washable rugs or hooked scatter Their Following Select your furniture as you s.elect your clothes—to fit your type! it you and your family are the Bedroom groupings of mahos;- stay-at-home kind and you like For the room with a view ... a corner grouping- for enjoying indoor living while viewing the beauties of nature outside. The beauty of the green striped damask sofa is enhanced by the 18th Century mahogany lejrs. The comfortable reading chair is in gold patterned damask.- The three latticed tables make an attractive ensemble ... the royal Sheraton solid mahogany end table boasts of a gallery, as does the lamp table at the right. Coffee table has a handy removable tray. ; ' t; . v f x? r^^^- m - w r^ jna °rTgF^r nnnn ' 1 ' T "'' .......... ........ ••"' ....... TF inviting room for restful living is shown here.y The sofa is finished in blue frieze, with legs of 18th# Century mahogany. The comfortable lounge chaiiy at the left is in brocatelle of a popular wine shade/* while the chair at the right is finished in a floraled6 tapestry, with blue background. The three-tier solidy mahogany Duncan Phyfe table earns its keep in use-.* fulness, as well as beauty. The all-mahogany Chip-y pendale gallery table not only holds the lamp, has a convenient under-shelf for magazines. but/ any or walnut in 18th Century or remarkably your house to look charmingly lived in pick Early American or Colonial. If you like to dress for dinner modern are also priced nowadays. Work Out Best Arrangements .. ______ Here's an easy way to do your; and entertain formally, 18th planning. Make a scale draw- ! century is your suitable choice. ing of the room and cut pieces of I And 'if yours is a fast-moving paper to .scale to represent the j. streamlined family, modern wilJ \arious pieces of furniture. Ar- reflect your personality. lange them .so as to leave plenty | These three .styles head the of traffic lanes to enable you to ; furniture parade today because move about freely, and pull doors | they have stood the test of :<nd drawers open comfortably. ! usage. Every age since the dawn Select a spot for the bed where it \ O f civilization has tried to make tan be made easily and where ; chairs more than seats and tables .-,treet lights or hail lights won't . i more than boards to hold food. .shine in on the face of the sleep- 'Every age has given to posterity cr. A dressing table should be i designs of furniture which replaced where there is good nu-j Heeled its culture, and of all tunil light. i these Early American, 18th Cen- Don't wait until the children Itury and now modern, have best grow up to furnish their bedrooms ' survived. with good pieces. Thoughtful i Life in colonial days was full parents plan nurseries carefully | of hardships, and the early set- knowing the furniture can be a i tiers were too busy to give time to psychological influence. For the "furniture tliat was anything but older children who must double utilitarian. So our early Ameri- up in one room, nothing is nicer can furniture is sturdy and than the double deck bunks with ; simple, charming with chintzes stcpladder to reach the top. land hooked rugs. Be sure the colors of your bed- j The 18th Century furniture, rooms harmonize. Select your ,; whether English or French, is ele- bedroom suite, then choose a wall j gant, rich in_detail, elaborate in tone that is related. Some cleco- design. rators advise the use of colors j Modern furniture represents lighter than the tone of your liv- i the ultimate in unadorned funding rooms. A background of blue ' tional design, and is a true ex- i;-- striking with white maple. Yel- ! pression of the machine age in low-orange harmonizes closely ) which we live. In furniture, as with yellow, but a normal yellow ! in music and painting, modern and normal red clash. There are i tries to escape from the old for- an almost unlimited number of ' mal traditions. combinations from which you , -----can choose the one best suited to your own personality. Is There Room for a Desk? A small desk is always a great j convenience. Add a HP PI I1QFT Uh LLUbtl HERE'S HAPPY SOLUTION . _ Add a bookcase j A chest-robe is a happy lor the child or grown-up who thought in a room where closet space is limited It provides loves books. A screen can be used : . to keep out glaring lights or to . iim pi c storage space for clothing. ' prevent drafts, but be sure it is ' Every woman knows what "pre-shrunk" means in clothes We kave only to think back a few years, when men had to br?y shirts two sizes large so that they would fit after a washing or two . . . when new undcrthings had to be washed before they could be worn ... to realize the tremendous savings in money and trouble that prc-shrinking has given everyone. Now the same benefits are available in new paints for your home! Now O'Brien Paints are made with Tung Oil that is actually pre-shnink before it is H^ixcd with the other ingredients. The secret is O'Brien's Patented Thermolyzing (heat treating) process. The results are much longer wear . . . belter lustre and color . . . and real washability. There's an O'Brien Paint for every painting purpose . . . and they come in the smart, new colors that can transform any room in your home. Buy or specify O'Brien when you paint. Stop at our store for color cards. FREE—Decorating Guide The "new "Colors of the Year" has authentic color scheme suggestions (or • every room In your home, and the exterior. Illustrated in full color. Easy to follow. Your copy is free. Stop today! Quality Paint and Decorating Co. 401 E. Dowland St. Phone 903-R a • K 'v ftvw Sfc«vi«»K4JfflL«aacHst^«6^^ \\0ttID'S FAIR MOTIFS AMD INFLUENCES WAR SCARES AND FALL BUSINESS UPRISING HAVE PUT ALL MERCHANDISE PRICES ON THE UPGRADE. NOW IS THE OPPORTUNE TIME TO PURCHASE THAT NEW FlttNITURE. HANSEN'S HAVE BEEN RECEIVING NEW FALL GOODS DAILY. ALL BOUGHT SPECIAL AT LOW PRICES FOR NATIONAL FURNITURE WEEK, AN ANNUAL DOLLAR SAVING EVENT WHERE EVERYBODY CAN SAVE MONEY AT COMPLETE HOME OUTFITTERS 127 SOUTH JAMES ST. LUDINGTON, MICH. See Tlrese Big Specials WI^MB^^^^ H^M ^ BreakSasf Sets DROP LEAF SETS. Five piece set in oak. Briar finish. PORCELAIN TOP. Full refectory, all porcelain top. 5 pc. set — OYSTER OAK MODERN. Full 5 piece set. Full back post, solid seat chairs. $ 17 .87 Lamps C-VVAY FLOOR LAMPS. We repeat this special in a floor lamp by popular demand. Only TABLE LAMPS. Full new selection. See the new Alacite bases with Empire Shades 3 BOUDOIR LAMPS. Sparkling new designs by Alladin. Complete with Parvelour shades LIvmg Room Suites Our factory promised to deliver us a truck load of suites today. Unless delayed, we place on sale starting tomorrow, over 25 different sets. 'Come in and see them. 2-pc. '34 .87 up Appliances OIL HEATER— Big family size circula- |fc tor. With 100 oil Free gallons .87 ELEC. REFRIGERATOR — 1939 Universal six-foot size with full 5 year guarantee 98 WASHER & IRONER 1939 Kelvinator Elec. Washer and 1939 Simplex Ironette—Both — .87 .87 Mattresses 209 COIL INNER SPRING, Posture type unit. Full ACA Ticking, Stocked both Full and Twin Sizes $ 14 .87 299 COIL INNER SPRING. Compare this with any $29.50 mattress you've seen. Full inner roll borders. Full or twin sizes ... 19 .87 100% COTTONS $5.87 Bed Room COLONIAL MAPLE — 3 Pieces — Bed, Chest and Dresser 39 .87 PRACTICAL MODERN. 3 Piece all walnut veneers. Plate mirror. Bench included Free 54 .87 FASHION-FLOW. N a tionally advertised, strikingly modern sets. Choice of three finishes. 3 pieces 64 .87 ALSO MANY OTHER SMALLER ITEMS NOW SPECIALLY PRICED MEMBER NATIONAL ASSOCIATED STORES 127 S. James St. Store Hours, 9 a. m. to 6 p. m.— Open Evenings by Appointments. Phone 164 PRACTICE SAVING MONEY AT HANSE N'S—BETTER QUALITY, LOWER PRICED. i',

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