My mother kept everything. I told you that before, of course. Now why can't I manage to get rid of it either? This was a booklet distributed by the morning newspaper in Charleston, WV, before I was born. (Click to embiggen).
The illustration, the largest one in the booklet, shows current fashion in "polite society." I'm rather glad we don't still dress like that.
Below, a representative page in the booklet. Click to enlarge and read it. I doubt that this booklet is worth much, but it is in great condition, considering its age.
We had the best company for dinner last night; Tiff from No Accent Yet, her significant other and her two children (Things 1 and 2 - who are remarkably well-behaved in a strange home without toys and video games!) Sparkling conversation (initiated by them, of course) and good food - evidenced by the lack of leftovers - made for a wonderful evening. Plus, Mr. Kenju stayed up way past his usual bedtime, which is great. Maybe now he will be able to sleep until after 2 a.m., his usual wake-up time. I know I'll sleep well. Red wine always does the trick!