The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on January 7, 1962 · Page 25
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January 7, 1962

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 25

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KACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Jan. 7, 1962 Sec. 3, Page ft Soft Colors Help ^ut You to Sleep The way you decorate your bedroom can help you go to sleep. This serene bedroom scheme uses scroll damask draperies, valance and bedspread plus a fluffy rug to create a feeling of luxurious com­ fort. An extra pair of ready-made draperies is placed on the wall between the two windows to make a dramatic frame for the bed. Hot Water or Suds ^""V f^^'^""' '"^"^ "^P^^^^ ''P Safety Checklist ri • ri "^^ '"L'hbinK with a soft ' Will Shine Silver dean towel. for Homeowners when equipped with inter-set made of fabric, the other changeable seat covers — oneof vinyl. HUSH THE SQUEAK It's a fact that more accidents occur in the home than l.xlrcmcly hot soap or de- lor^ipnt suds will help to keep vour silvfr shininf^ hko a jew-' Many-purpose slicks of a anywhere else, clrv store wmdow. waxlike lubricating^ ma-: Here are a few safety I Idle if any polishinK is '^'"'"1 '""^ available at the checks you can make for the ruTcssarv for silver that's b a r d w a r e store. Rub on bathroom, one hifih-accident used fVfry day. and washed drawer runners, alon^ insidelarea: Are electrical outlets ics'ul .iily in Kood hot suds. A "f windfjw sashes lo slop|away from wet surfaces'.' Is .•u .iUlinj.;' hot'rinse makes sil- squeaks. the floor covered with skid ——— prool material such as un';la/ed ceramic tile? Do both ifl»lro.se 3-5850 IIEAIV HOLDEPV IlairclroK.siii^' 32:] Main St. • 2nd Floor, Baker Bldg. JAl^L'ARY SPECIAL!!! AFTER CHRISTMAS CLEARANCE to WINTER HATS Vz to Vl off WALLETS and CIGARETTE CASES — Vz OFF Gertrude Thielen Williams "HAT SHOP" 318 SIXTH STREET tub and shower have firmly anchored grab rails';* Is the medicine chest periodically cleaned out and restocked':' Are dangerous medicines out of the reach of children'.' I TWO FOR ONE > Casual steel furniture can be used both indoors and oui Miss .ludo Di.sc'Oiiiif all rcrtnancnt VV a v p s. 40'', Discount all Shampoos and Sets. Kxcry Tiicsfia.v, VVodnrsday and Thur.sday. Miss Helen tO% ni .sfoiiiit all rcrmancnt Waves cvrry Tuesday and \Vcdncsday. Miss Jean 50% lli .scoiiiil all Hair Cuts every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. I Chris tensen's semi-annual clearance and sale of somplcs • discontinued patterns slightly soiled displays «. broken lots reduced 20% to 50% curtains - draperies - faltrics rack samples of bedspreads oneof a kind • mostly double size 20% to 331% off icicci group of fabrics 50c yd group of piiiows $1.00 $2.00 discounf on any purcfioic of regular mer- chondisc made in Ihc itore during our deoranco lale. ill risteit sell's ' ',; -droperiot and.interior*. mode tifKi lollf ot the bus stop—619 mom st. STORE HOURS daily—9;30 o m. »o 5 30 p m. fridoy— \Z noon fo 9 00 p.m. Save Jj^ 0 to Dui'iiig Our JANUARY SALE GIRDLES Sizes 26-40 PAINTY C^IRDLES Sizes 25-;56' COKSELETTES Sizes :«-48 BRAS Jiegular and Padded Tin III/ Hems a»tl Itrumis OH Sale EltlOlS ISRArVIKS To C1ioo.s<' Eroiii, liieluclnl \ri^i • Siirprisr • jolir • (ios.sard • Treo • lonnlil • ^ oiilliciari • Sur(>iJ<i • Sacoiiy IJ\GERIE .\r<;jli;;('c Scl.s and downs • Slips • I 'ajunius • Pctli.s • Hobes C^EOVES JE^VELRl - 1 /2 Price cant 'J CORSET SHOP 835-16tli St. , By Lynn Elson (QenWcl Poatjires Wrltprl Stores that sell bedding should provide pajamas or nightgowns for customers so they can try out the beds. That's the opinion of a British home magazine editor, who says you can't test a bed properly if you're wearing day clothes and carrying a handbag or an umbrella. This suggestion should be extended to the selection of wallpaper, draperies and other fu^nishings for the bedroom. The colors and patterns that attract you when you're in a vertical position and in the midst of a busy day aren't necessarily the ones that would help put you to sleep at night. Also they may not add up to the decorating scheme you'd like to face first thing in the morning. The National Assn. of Bedding Manufacturers says you'll drop off to sleep faster if you decorate your bedroom in soft, whispery tones of blue, green or pink, and use bright colors only for accents.* It suggests you steer clear of loud, disturbing wallpaper patterns. Horizontal lines, the association says, are sleepier than vertical or random patterns. So if you've had trouble trying to fall asleep, it may be your jazzy wallpaper that's at fault. On the other hand, a study by a bedding company shows that people's tastes differ widely on what makes a bedroom cozy. Some people insisted that bright colors and boldly patterned wallpaper made them feel more cheerful and confident than the wishy-washy pastels that others found soothing. In addition, the study revealed that some people are happy only in a cluttered bedroom with heavy draperies, large pieces of furniture' and thick carpeting. Others require a clear, bare look in the bedroom to make them feel serene. It also indicated tfeat women think bedrooms should be decorated in a feminine manner whether or not their husbands agree. Plenty of ruffles on bedroom curtains, bed skirts and canopies are the preference of a high percentage of women surveyed. Noting that husbands have a particular aversion to bed canopies because they're "sissy stuff," one decorator advises wives to compromise by giving the canopy a tailored look. The current vogue of using striped ticking fabric on bedroom walls and for draperies and bedspreads gives husbands a further break for ticking contributes to a tailored bedroom decor. Even when the ticking comes in red or pink stripes, it's less flouncy looking than batiste or organdy. You doii^t have to be a Millionaire to sliop at PORTERS . •. Our faniilv is 011 a strict limlget . . . vet our lionic is fur- nislicd with licautiriil tliin,:;? and our cm ions friends can't iiiKip:ine liovv wc do ill We caiuiot alloi'd lo I 'cplai'e our I'liriiiture cvci'v few years and yet \v(> want llie l)cst values and iiiicst (|uality Un- our nioney. The answer is very sim- ])h' . . . \sc liiiy our fiiiiiitui-e at PorU-rs! lieeause Porlers liave sucli wonderful selections and sei'v- ices, some [)eople think tliat only millionaii-es shoj) tliei'e. That's nol so! Tal\e ihis heaulifiil sofa for example . . . we purchased it al Porters duriii"^ their .laiuiaiy (Jearaiice Sal(\ 'I'lie price? I'll never tell! Hut, il co>ls a ;j,reat deal lc.^s tlian you'd evci' believe! If you love heaulifiil things and also enjoy a bar<;ain, you'd heller luiriv lo Pollers tomorrow , . . hundred.s of pieces of exquisite furnihire are substantially reduced. You'll be dcli.uhlcd with the selection and amazed by the \ ahies. ]]'h\ (lon'l vnii join the ihousnnds of pro])!(' irho tiihe ailianta^c of I'orlcrs January Clearance Sale'.'' FREE PARKISG in ihc new Wisconsin .ivcniir Ramp—hrin!i: your parkinp, stuhs lo Porta s Fine Furni.\liini:s jor uviT 1(10 )eurs SIXTH AT WISCONSIN PHONE; ME 3-6363 We're PROUD of the Furnilure >ve .sell

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