Procure an extra long shade and cut two openings in the end to be used at the top. The openings may be cut square or ornamental as desired, leaving a strip at each side and one in the center. These strips are reinforced by gluing on some of the same material as the shade or pieces of tape.

A shade made in this manner per- mits the air to enter the room unhindered when the top sash is lowered and at the same time obstructs the view of passers-by. - Contributed by Warren E. Crane, Cleveland, O.,

When the Shade is Pulled Down the Openings Coincide with the Opening over the Upper Sash

Ill: When the Shade is Pulled Down the Openings Coincide with the Opening over the Upper Sash