Image from page 56 of "The Ladies' home journal" (1889)
Title: The Ladies' home journal
Publisher: Philadelphia : [s.n.]
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Hut when an old clock straps, refusing to abide by staror sun or mfxjn, never to go again, s^^mething ir: lifegfxis out. A cycle is completed. We must be c.i ourway. lime overtakes us—we cannot overtake time. It im tin,, for urn. But, having written these fewwords anent time and clocks, I will bring you to thehour of your New Years party. That hour will marka beginning, it will inaugurate a new cycle for us allWe can start all over again, and, while were planningfor that Hapi)y New Year and resolution-fraugntoccasion, lets get busy and see whats what in theway of the food you will wish to serve your holidayguests. Shall it be tea?-that comes first-or supper—that comes later, and very nice it is tfX). Open houseor the choice, the select, the intimate circle for a NewYear buffet? One or the other is likely to engageyour attention at this time. At least that is theway iveve dreamed it up. Not only dreamed itbut made the dream come true. As you will soori^ °t- (Continued on Page 114)
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