Book No. 325
J. & P. Coats ⋅ Clark's O.N.T.
Original Copyright 1956
Since the time of the early settlers, when a hostess was liable to find herself dispensing good food and cheer to neighbors from miles around, Americans have been hospitable people.
Today's smart hostess, with all her labor-saving devices to assist in the preparation of the meal, has more time than her pioneer ancestress to plan the attractive decoration of her party table.
Now, for the discriminating homemaker who likes to be different, we present the newest idea in dining-room decor … dainty handmade place mats with matching aprons, that we have christened "Hostess Sets."
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