1930 Shake'Em up by Virginia Elliott and Phil D. Stong


Never produce too much punch at one time. By the time the guests get dov/n to the bottom the ice will have melted and the liquid will re semble slightly sweetened ice water. If the punch disappears too rapidly for the ultimate welfare of your party, or for the physi cal welfare of your guests, serve it yourself and start doing it while those present still have a sense of shame. If the tea is cocktails serve salt biscuits, dill pickles, potato chips, salted almonds or other standard hors d'ceuvres.


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