You know, if she just invites some ghosts over, that would solve the linguistic problem right there.
For the decor problems, Singer suggests that you make their Sewing Center one of your regular – er, haunts.
Look at the lady working away at dolling up the dressing table. Why, she looks like she’s getting ready to invite Miss Havisham to stay. The draperies are shadowed so that they look rather – shredded. And where are the “reams of exciting trimmings,” anyway? Whatever could they be? Strings of flashing lights? Glow-in-the-dark draperies?
We can only hope that these ladies cheered up after they went down to the Singer store. I wonder how they perked up those dark, eerie rooms. I am not sure that there’s enough scat-singing silver rickrack in stock to perk up this Suburban Bungalow of Darkness.
Maybe opening the curtains would help.
This special Halloween-flavored ad was offered up in the October 1946 Ladies’ Home Journal.
Tune in tomorrow when we’ll eavesdrop a little on a pumpkin cookie who is glum enough to want to visit the Singer sewing ladies.