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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 20

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MMMtm , April J, 1«J Living Featured ' 1 '·····!»·'·-· .1- ·:." ·.-..· · ···. . _^ - ·.. .'.-' Furniture Designs », irore than ever, people all the country prefer to stay, at where they derive pleasure gatherings of family and i, relax in front of the TV enjoy treat* that may cen- "'about ..the game room ping table or barbecue pit on the ·J-'torkeepIng with the living a Jjime trend, home furnishings an *ece*Iorlei. hold greater comfor ·;. jihd' convenience' for s..ring '5 '; Jjfith many new innovations rang jfcf from large screen lelevlslo ' Beta,.that are portable'to floo fcMUherii equipped with r-uiH-l · ieedllghtB. |: 'New designs with a similar com Jqrt and convenience theme ca ;be found, for the : new season, fo -"jeverjF room In the House Tak ·the living room, for example. New ijveather-reiiiUnt upholstery fab jttci enable chairs and sofas to b . .-moved from living room to pore: ier patio with nary a fear o! possl l\e itormy weather damage. itttekliig Fabric* i.-tNew upholitery fabrics, like yibreE viscose rayon, can be wiped Mean w i t h ' a swish of « damp *"""S. And on hand for smart and . iatty aelectlon are wallpaper prints 3erUh their own matching drapery · the reader or bridge player jabe·'· prefer! to stlec' his cut to Wl own dictates, rather than .to '!titeae of the lighting facilities' of 3the:room, there are slim standing JkAbt that revolve to face any (II- ^ectron desired; Deilii,: that can fce.'aet at right angles to the room . «ome'with'-''floatlhg'" draweri de- ·Mfned -vith handy linger ho)ds,'as ?wel as long bookshelves iricorpor- *ttd' right into the desk. * Newest coffee tables have convenient drawer and shelf space. pfa* are made with end bumpers jBJTjrov!de extra 'seating space. "' "i - convenience and comfort ig furnishings and acces- for the dining room In- extension tables wilh'func- hand grips at each end of table. While super washable paper, in a variety of attrac- patterns, serves i a good-took- and easy to tend' purpose for it *.rk patterned .vallpaper _ed in R-lnch border strips, .been Introduced for we In a :'l room. Used ss a dado, this of paper it appealing to ehll- ,as well as a neat cover-up of finger marks. '· the other bedrooms in the i, there are cherry matching ip«r, drapery fabric and bou- chair upholstery designs. theae dimensional appearing plaitlr clotet linings and 'a»v»erve~a good-looking, ilean "function. ' "'ire-new ihh'ovatlshi on i for the kitchen, too. Tart' ing machine that washes, doubli rinses and · spin dries liundr; loads, 'then automatically shuts itself off. ; . · - . - ; - Fluorescent'lighting, that spam the. entire .length of the kitchen windows, offers an effect of .day* t i m e brightness even at night While, snack bars, .Installed to open to two rooms simultaneously present .a cheerful eating center as well.au handy across the count* er serving possibilities to the room adjoining the kitchen. Even the bathroom comes In for Its share of new convenience inducing Innovations. Foremost of these could be the double entrance, double sink and duplicate' fixtures Idea that helps eliminate morning and evening rush hour jams. Fashions Have Under Accents The stress is on greater comfort, with lines that conform to new-.princess, Empire/style and long torso .effect fashions, in foundations offered for Spring selection. New high top girdles, with a minimum of boning, are some- limes built up as..high.as three to four inches above the walet to achieve, a smooth rolling, without .he, use of .boning, many makers HaVe created, other safeguard:, such as bias cut elastic, doubled panels'and taped reinforcements. While Insets of-.power net and leno elastic offer a maximum amount of all-over control. Corselets, too., are expected to play an important role beneath lew Spring Empire, princess and ong torso fashions. For this type of foundation offers the one- )lece slimming most effective for he new silhouettes. Often It Is They Match Batching home fabric prints look resh for Spring, Here, a smal ocumentary print is used for the afe window curtains, · repeatcc or the tufted chair and ottoman Dak Leaf" pattern is by Greefl Fabrics. Available at Barrett's Quality Shop. new'i colors. .'Embroidery and flocking on mf/tt,,otf this season's shoes may ' 'on' hosiery. designed In a strapless.style sult- ble for evening or daytime wear with decollete necklines. Hose Appears Jghter And Barer Hosiery In lighter tones, will lash on sunlit legs this Spring, Meplng through open heels, toes nd mesh Insets so popular in ew season shoes that are more pen -thin closed. .Whether seamed or seamless, meih or not, hosiery is tinted M e'lghten, brighten and blend Ith new Spring fashion shades. Prominent among these hose u« Is natural blond, a beautl- ul blending with neutral arid archment Spring tones. Stock- ngi in hazy taupe tints accent ic. blue and purple tones. While ear beige is good company with ildti (rein golden (and ; to rich ireWan* black,' A burnished lit with a falden flow li slatei is a fully automatic wuh- to be the molt' Intense of these V?~ A CORDIAL INVITATION to the home makers of Northwest Arkansas . To see in detail the wide range . and complete selections of drapery, ilipcbver and upholstery fabrics for Spring. · '·· .- Assembled to meet your particulqr desires as to color and needs as to purpose, our fabrics ore decorator styled ond decorator quality--assurance that .the dollars you spend in decorating ore on investment in the permanent beauty of your home. Whether you make your own; or if we do it for .you, we have the mo. teriols, linings and all drapery hard/wore to insure a complete jobi · - Northwest Arkansas' only shop ipeciolizing in fine drapery and uphol- ·tery fobarics, lampi and occasional furniture, may" we serve you? BARRETT'S |v 522 W. Dickson Strett ·£*; · · JFoytttevillt Arkansas Pfwntl094 Paper Motifs Grow Smaller Look-'to. the now classic' and stylized wallpaper' patterns, in a variety of color combinations and imaginative design treatments, to help create handsome new room effects, in both mood and dimension. Provincial prints, for example, a -long-favored pattern-type for Smaller rooms, are becoming increasingly popular, for the small aeale medallions and rosettes, fca- tufed-ln- these patterns,, do much for new smaller size apartments an'd'homes. ' . A . trend toward "quiet living" cai He'teen in the new wallpaper pR'tternS ihat have a toned-down, traditional 'over-all raotlf. 'However,; many of these quieter patterns incorporate earth tones or black as a background thus lending a novel ond striking touch' to an otherwise conservative theme. Wallpapers with matching draperies or bedroom accessories are now available. Manufacturers are offering these coordinated groups In 'a- variety of designs, such as florals, geometries and stripes, all In .blending tones and "feeling' «o they may.be used in adjoining rooms. Shoes Are "Barefoot Th is Spring . · It's a wide open fashion season for new shoes with the ihape" and helghr'of.'heels asslimin«Ei|lgr«at- er than ever lmportaric'e; ; . For, in every Instance, new footwear Is designed, and made in fabrics and colons, to complement Spring fashion's great sweep and width of hemlines, molded midriffs above nipped-ln waistlines -and very brief-coats.- - ,'. - . . - · · · Pumps, that team so well with undulating hemlines, open up. They have closed toes or open jacks or closed backs arid open toes. Outlines are daintily shelled. And throat-lines and vamps are ntcresting to sec. ; To effectively pair with molded midriffs and nipped-in waist- lnes,-'thcre is the new "corset" shoe. This slips on the foot like a [irdle. and adjusts without buckles. Sometimes it has,a closed toe arid operi".bi|ck. Sbmetimes il is very bare; With, all five; toes showing, nd a banded vamp. Sandals, too, in keeping with iprlng's bare outlook, show off be foot to' .a maxiriium: For 'day- lme r or after-five, the sandal is ewest when it is almpst invisible, eslgned with a wide or narrow nstep band that lends support as fell as new fashion appeal., A flattering variety of designs, icant to cater to the frothy petti- oats shown for Spring, gives eels, on every type of «hoe, a rcatcr than ever- irhportance. very .heel height is oh hand with special emphasis on the slimmer Id-heights appearing in Chapes iat are curved in a gentle, pretty Early American Theme Sturrip Furniture Company.creates a pleasant setting for Spring with these, solid maple pieces .representing, the traditional early American theme of Informality. The matching setee and platform rocker manufactured by Milne, are covered in a homespun tapestry weave of green, burgandy· and· beige stripes. The,.end table .and coffee table are made by-the Fox'-Milling Company; the lamp is by Sandel; the hutch and base by Dearborn.· The carpet is of. new. cotton Townley broadloom. f " ; · " ' ' anncr. Fabrics and leathers/used for pring shoes, are also designed to omplement or effectively con- ast with new fashions. The nub- dobby, stubby and popcorn xtures seen in newest fashions, ·o available in shoes too. While ic smooth surfaced shoe, highly olishcd and silky looking, is used contrast with exaggerated fab- c textures. Mesh, linen, lace, shantung and otton are chief of the texture- ome fabrics utilized for Spring iocs. In many instances, texture added or emphasized by trims kc reptile leathers. Wabi Nl»»era .Pert little waist clnchers now available to help ' m a k e a tiny waist a miniature of itself. Often made of rayon satin, waist clr.chers hook or. lace' about the waist to ease away the inches gently but firmly. A dally rtunlt- Ing in mild suds keeps It fresh and'firm for continued wearing. Wash At Home .Many slipcovers can.be washed n a washing machine at home, f the fabric is colorfast and it the seams arc not given to frayIng: It's a good idea to check the slipcover manufacturer's cleaning recommendations first, however. -et Cummerbund Mold The Midriff Watch for the · cummerbund,. ,is Spring, to lend a'bright dash color and serve as a co-ordi- ating accent to both casual and ress-up fashions. For that wide crushed or flat- eated sash-effect belt is very uch In evidence in the Spring Empire fashion picture. It's ready to add that one spark of color to princess-line .dresses, to accentuate the fullness of a billowing skirt and the snugness of a close- fitting top, and to help a separates ensemble come to happy harmony. Look for the cummerbund, this Spring, to also- add important emphasis to. new brief jackets. Pose A Posle Add a fresh touch of Spring to every ensemble · with flowers, pretty as real, posed in eye-catching spots, such as a tiny bouquet at the nipped waist of a full-skirted dress; a flower cluster attached to the ends of a velvet choker; or matching little buds,-one on one glove and the other at the suit, ·oat or dress neckline. Slipcovers Dress Up Home In Gay, Smaller Patterns Slipcovers have taken on the airs of their "country cousins" this season, with a great number of them -departing from the conventional solid colors and scenic prints 19 .become part of the "American Provincial" feeling that is gaining popularity. throughout the country. Small geametric, snow-flakelike prints, reminiscent o£ old attic trunk linings, appear, some in repealed medallion motifs, others clustered, and some in sized versions; ' . . Many of the new patterns retain a colonial charm by appearing in homespun colors such as Pennsylvania Dutch, shades of bluebell, butter yellow and walnut. For added dash, small overall prints appear, in new. combinations of avocado and rust, charcoal'.and soft pink and sepia on scpla. For those who-.prefer a. dashingly-'different effect .with .their slipcovers, this season's crop ; also joasts';; ; fabric's influenced: by the lush, colors of-,tropical birds and flowers. One group, for example, designed in Peru," is made of hand- woven coarse linen in shades of wild mustard, pomegranate a n d lamp black- Many room-transforming effects can be achieved, with the addition of carefully planned slipcov- ering. Small patterns, for -instance, make 'the room Ipok "larger; Large splashy florals ai d abstract patterns add drama to a room. Formal winter furniture is made lighthearted with nose-gay sprinkled slipcovers. Another slipcover possibility is the new ready-made plastic slipcover that is somev.'hat opaque so that the furniture is protected and at the same time may be seen. Hair Takes A Short Cut Hair styles for Spring reflect the Empire feeling of new fash- Ion in shorter, off-the-neck c tyjes that can be varied to flatter individual facial contours. So comfortable, especially during the warm weather . months, :his short style can be swept back into soft, natural-looking waves ending in turned-up ends for a completely feminine. look. The new look in ihoes that."ft "L'lfijf jeti the fashion pace for 1952. y Cool and smart, the/ add a flattery accent to every costume. Of course they fit your foot like 6 soft glove and .priced at just 11.95 T H I S H O I W I T H T H I I t A U T I F U l HI / White. nylMt mtfi witk tan «· navy calf trim Good Shoes Properly Fitted INSIDE RENOVATED WHITE HOUSE SALI CARPET REMNANTS 12x12 RMt (Witt S112M »2C amn twill II.M m, it. licit RW twllt i S tUt t-lxl Crt«i twllt i IIN l-lx» Rm IMP lite . 1 4I.H lull Crir IMP pit. I1M.N tar I M.H l-lill SI-MR twill .._ t II.M I-IX12 Bhit Axminiter ,, _ I M.M l»12 R«u ·**· Axminrttr IM.tl FREI MMUpt-Mfini with R«g PurclMM S A L E BROADLOOM CARPET Sofa and Lounge Chair With Cr«ic«nt Styling and Fringed Graceful sweeping lines distinguish this charming living room suite. Curved arms. Sofa has two-cushion styling boucle trimmed cushions and back and deep fringed bate I ft. stH-ttM ttxturt leaf Mrtll f r»y ·imlnittr . . $4.M M. it. t ft. Prii»incial luf tnlfit ton* ? u I i 11 ninlnittr l»f. »1».M 7.M '!·/«. * * 12 ft. JM» trMn tmhottt* ltd w t im aiminittr R*f. »·« W.M M. ft. 12 ft. RM-Ulft »IM«nkal «··!(* aimimur R«I. $12.11 si.n ··. it. FRII MttharMfing with Rug p BUNK BEDS A lot of sleeping space^ for a small room--or the children's room. Can be made into two twin beds. Ladder, rail and springs included. $74.50 Similar to cut in. · Ncond Doer ilttlni room et tke rebuilt White Route (etrurtt e built-in televlilon MI (arrow). At kettom. detoraton check the furnlihlnjt In Prnldenl Truman't bedroom. The wtlli are painted peen, the Chief Executlve'l tavorltt eolor. The Job ef renevaUna the ·ncutlve MtuJtM eott men thin 19,000,00*, '-- '--·· 8-Pc. Modern Suite For that Now Dining Room Look limed oak for o light-hearted dining area. Beautiful elouble pedeital extension table, with well-partitioned huffei, plus hot! chair and 3 tide chairs, *))A*° '·'·* yf^'v^··'"' ''"··'"!?V^ · ^TM $''.,*aM*~*~**~m~*m~---ii^-~---mm^---- ^i!^'.';'; · · - . , . . . · · · - . · · . · * Convenient Extended Payments Dress Up Walls This Lovely Way Curio and shadow box cabinets are charming additions to uninteresting walls. Choice of Lime Oak Mahogany, or White. These pieces have mirror backs. $16.95 -- To b« given away -- APRIL 17rtl y -- A Console Sewing Machine ALL YOU DO Visit the Stump Furniture Co. Regiiter your name ond put It in the Sew-Gem box. Not necenary to make a purchase or be present at the drawing. t' StUMP FURNITURE CO. 103 W. DICKSON - FAYETTIVILLE - PHONE 3112 OMN TMUMDAY NITES TILL 9 P.M. ALWAYS PLENTY OF PARKING T

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