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

dafify-dillys, the olive thingumbobs, the caviar and chutney willy-wallys are apportioned with loving care to just those drinks which Heaven Intended Them For. 3. It is a polite book. The complicated prob lems of etiquette raised by the passage of the Eighteenth Amendment are solved here. There is a formula for disposition of the guest who arrives cold sober after the party is well on its way. The Bottle for a Certain Purpose is described for the benefit of Him "Who Is His Own"Worst Enemy. 4. It is a humane book. It suggests preven tive and remedial treatment for those unform- nates who refuse to profit by its urbanities. It tells what to do for the guest who Knew He Shouldn't Have Mixed His Drinks,for the one who has a Bad Fall while tap-dancing on the piano, for the Clumsy Fool who couldn't broil the goldfish without burning his thumb. If these can be saved, it tells how to save them;if they are sodden in their ways, it tells how to render them innocuous without resorting to the ungentle expedient of the Left Hook.


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