High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 15 1976, Page 32

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - August 15, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 16b High Point Enterprise sunday August 15, 1976 your family decorator arrange several seating areas by Carleton Varney i am All for comfortable seating areas All Over the House i Don t believe that a conversation grouping a chaise Tongue a sofa or an easy chair must be reserved for the living room i say if there s room have a conversation grouping in the Kitchen bedroom child s room laundry room i still recall a Large Kitchen where i spent Many a pleasant afternoon the Kitchen in an old City apartment belonged to an artist Friend of mine who loved to whip up fabulous gourmet meals when he was t painting the Kitchen conversation grouping a a Chintz covered sofa and club chair with a spacious end table in Between was his favorite entertaining spot Here friends could sit and watch the meal in the making if you have no room Tor a Kitchen conversation area How about the bedroom most bedrooms even Small ones have room somewhere for a chair or two. If you re planning to refurbish your master bedroom replace space wasting twin chests with a Wall unit or tall armoire. Use the extra space for a comfy relaxation spot. If there s enough room i recommend a chaise Tongue or Loveseat. If you re cramped for space a pretty pair of Small scale chairs flanking a Small table will do just Fine. If you enjoy a Telephone Chat in Comfort put a pretty phone on the table. There Are Many unusually styled telephones on the Market these Days and in a sure you la find one to suit your decor. If you re a Reader make sure your table is equipped with an attractive lamp fitted with a Good Reading Light. Make your room an extra cozy spot to spend the hours by papering Walls in a pretty print try Hastings from James Steinan s Quot Small wonders Quot collection match the paper s punchy Tomato red and sunny yellow print with Tomato velvet chair pads and a Tomato velvet bed cover. Carpet can be beige. At windows. I like the look of Silky White sheers under a scalloped Valance covered in the Quot Hastings wallpaper. Dear family decorator i Hope you can help me select colors for my living room this summer i will either buy a new sofa or Slipcover my old Wing style sofa. I also have two chairs and an ottoman to be slip covered a Queen Anne Wing chair is newly upholstered in Cranberry velvet the living room Rug is a beige All Over Finnan Woodwork is White and Walls Are papered in a Blue and White Stencil design Wal covering. The Rug in the adjoining dining area is Pale Blue and the two areas Are separated by a beige Oriental runner. I might add my House inhabited by five children and a Long haired Black dog is Best described As a quaint informal Cape cod style. Mrs s t dear mrs St i can to think of anything that would be More suitable for a quaint informal House than slipcovers of flowered Chintz. Choose a print of dark blues Cranberry sky Blue and Golden yellow with Green foliage on a White background use it on ail the pieces that need slipcovers and on the seats of dining chairs or. Varney welcomes mail from readers but cannot give a personal reply. He will use the most interesting questions trom readers in his column v it Gay heraldic print Hastings a a a Small scale heraldic print Wal covering from James Seeman studios is the backdrop for a cozy bedroom conversation grouping civitan club plans meeting the quadrangle civitan club will meet on tuesday evening at the top of the Mart the meeting will take place at 7 . The Tomato used to be called the love Apple. In amp Gogol Tautoa no Purchase necessary Here Sall you of its fun its easy simply pick up a free game ticket each time you visit a big Star food store in this area no Purchase required a new game every week each game ticket is numbered and color coded for that week s race Only the More tickets you have. The greater Yockir chances to win get new tickets each week1 five chances to win on each ticket each ticket has five horse numbers one horse for each of the five races shown on the weekly television show of the horse number on your ticket corresponds with the first place horse in the proper race you Are a Winner. Program data $272,759 prize Money available during 13 week program 61.233 total winning game pieces during program i in 150 tickets Are winning game pieces number of outlets 70 program scheduled through of 4 1976 area covered by program North Carolina from Winston Salem East to the Atlantic coast and Lynchburg South Boston Danville. South Hill Chase City and Martinsville. Virginia program May be renewed prize details Tor each week of program winning possibilities to Post time is. A it Huffman Point end Wal covering co 76? n mom Street Tel 887 8 i 47 bad Mark Short Democrat for . Hoot of re elect a proven legislative Leader. Past chairman Many committees. A decade of dedicated Public service. Fold for by Friend Mark Short a coordinator saturday cleaning relax you be plenty of time at our Chance to win any Cash prize is 1 in 150 packers Label Frozen 5-lb. Bag French Fries e Waldorf Bath tissue parkay Oleo 4 Roll Pak i la. Qts. Zesty no return bottle a Xii is gleaner Merid where we clean All Day every Day. Bring in your garments by 4 00 pm and pick them up before we close ii drinks 64-oz bottle Heinz strained baby food Jar embers a a charcoal 94 Armour lunch meat treet i 2-oz. Can our Pride chunk Light a tuna 6 i of. Can . 6 30-6 30 in 5 convenient locations Fth i of w v a \ w m in in -5 v 0 a Joe Craton Roger Hepler Jack Embler 247 s main St. 2517 s. Main 1310 n. Centennial Irvin Willard 900 n. Main St. And 1530 n. Main St. Free Eisenhower Silver Dollar with every 500 Worth of dry cleaning brought to our store on tuesday wednesday and thursday. No limit yellow onions 3-lb. Bag Large Ripe bananas la. We Welcome Federal prices Good thru wednesday August 18, 1976 Quantity rights reserved none sold to other dealers or restaurants. A food Stamps

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