Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on July 16, 1972 · Page 55
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July 16, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 55

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3E--July 16, 1972 Gatette-Mml -Ch»rl«ton, WMt Designer's Touch Small, But Cozy, That's The Thing By Connie Shearer What's the best way to make the most of a small living room? The answer is to make it cozy. And there are many ways to attain that end. Start by keeping the furniture close together. Make the entire room a single seating setting. Don't use massive pieces. A small living room is no place for a huge lounge chair. If you feel you must recline, go to bed. If you don't feel you can be comfortable in anything but a recliner, just try one of the small club chairs. They're actually more comfortable than some of the larger chairs. The arms and back of a club chair seem to hit at just the right place for support. In your small living room setting, be sure to include a pair of chairs, a love seat and a sofa with simple lines. You may even consider an armless sofa to conserve on space. THE S E A T I N G pieces should be placed toward the center of the room, leaving the walls free for decorative pieces, such as bookcases and curios. You might call the setting a conversation arrangement. The large cocktail table has no place in such an arrangement. Rather two or three bunching tables should be used. You may even want only one of the small tables which are available in a vari- ety of sizes and designs. The next thing to remember in doing a small living room is to use pleasant colors and make the most of entrances to the room. * * * BRIGHT MELON is Uie col- for which sparks the room shown. Just as bright is the white used in the woodwork and on the double doors lead- Susan Hofstetter Wed in Lewisburg LEWISBURG-Old S t o n e Presbyterian Church here was the setting for the Saturday afternoon wedding of Miss Su- Just One Long Seam san Anne Hofstetter, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur N. Hoffstetter of Morgahlown, formerly of Charleston, and Warner Guy Vaughan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy W. Vaughan Jr. of Pelham, N.Y. The Rev. E. N. Clower performed the ceremony and Mrs. Burr Shaver provided a program of organ music. A reception followed at Oak Terace in Lewisburg. GIVEN IN marriage by he:father, the bride wore an evening-length, gown that she created of while Swiss eyelet featuring a fitted bodice and square neckline. Her tiered skirt was gathered at the high waistline with Venise lace trim. She carried a loose nosegay of pink tea roses, cornflowers and babys breath. Serving as matron of honor for her cousin was Mrs. Frank Jolliffe of Lewisburg. Bridesmaids were Miss Marci Goldman of Silver Spring. Md., and Miss Helen Vaughan of Pelham, sister of Uie bridegroom. DEAN REYNOLDS was best man and Greg Pryor was usher, both of Silver Spring. Mrs. Vaughan was graduated from Morgantown High School and West Virginia University. She attended graduate school at Rice University and the University of Pennsylvania and is employed as a reading specialist by the Montgomery County, Md., schools. Her husband, a graduate of Darrow School in New Lebanon, N.C., and Wabash College, is employed by MHW Plumbing Co. in McLean, Va. Following a wedding trip through the West, the couplp will reside at 8302 Flower Ave., Takoma Park, Md. kJ ing to the hallwyy. A complete rundown of colors Tor such a room includes a melon upholstered cane-armed loveseat, lounge club chairs in a splashy print of melon, mint, daffodil and white, and carpet in a melon, soft green and yellow tweedy shag. In the photograph the walls are melon. Antique gold curios are used. Just as effective, if you prefer light, would be soft yellow walls with the same gold curios or antique ones. A lamp with a yellow ceramic base and a while silk shade and brass accent pieces the designer's touch. LAY-AWAY NOW! $ 10. HOLDSYOUR CO AT TILL OCTOBER HAND WOVEN HARRIS TWEED COATS Reg. 60.00 Harris Tweed, hand woven from pure wool in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland, ever right, always good looking. Hand woven craftsmanship makes the fabric into the handsome patterns you love. These are milium lined for comfort, and you can choose from three styles. Brown, green, blue, raspberry, purple. Double collar, set in sleeve, 5 button single- breasted, 8-20; scallop collar, set in sleeve, removable half belt, 7 button single-breasted, 6-16; or convertible collar, 3 button single-breasted tweed check. HARRIS TWEED COATS, Second Floor I'KK-SKASONSALE Use Gazette-Mail Want Ads Dial 348-4848, PRIMED PATTERN M391 SIZES 8-16 ONE SEAM IN BACK (no side seams) for the sleekest, chic-est dress of summer created by that design wizard. Mr. BlackwelL Just one-main pattern pai't to cut out and stitch up means you can make Printed Pattern M-391 one day and wear it the very next. Choose travel-wise knits, linen, blends, crepe or cotton--have it sleeveless or with romantic, gathered sleeves. Above all, MAKE IT SNAPPY for the 1001 busy occasions of any season. Printed Pattern M391 is available in NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16. Size 12 (bust 34) requires l-y s yards 45-inch fabric. Send ONE DOLLAR for Printed Pattern M391 to Sunday Gazette-Mail, Pattern Department, P. 0. Bex 59, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y. 10011. (Add 25c for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling.) Piease print plainly YOUR NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, STYLE NUMBER and SIZE. SEND NOW! OUR 19'2 COUTURE PATTERN BOOK will make your dreams of an entire wardrobe of designer clothes come true--everything from pan tau its to city shorts to mini-jumps to dresses, costumes, separates for Misses', Half Sizes. Includes 50c FREE coupon--apply to any One Dollar pattern in our Book No. 27. Send 50c now! 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