A must for every home library, and every public one, too. This is a little booklet published sometime between c1918-1930. It teaches us all that we failed to learn in Charm School. From "Social Mentor Publications, Publishers of The Book of Good Manners, 200 Fifth Ave., New York" (where else?), comes this soft cover, sixteen page booklet filled with must-dos and must-don'ts and also with great photos.
Did you ever wonder how corn on the cob should really be eaten? Is it proper for a woman in a negligee to appear in the aisle of a sleeping car? Does your partner's silence spell disgust?
Are you guilty of tucking your gloves in at the wrist? Of allowing your fork to strike your plate? Of touching your potato with your knife? Uh-oh! You need this book. And it can be yours, with free shipping! (Unless deemed improper by Social Mentor Publications.)