MONDAY: "Is it all right if I have a couple of kids in on Saturday night, Mom? Joannie has some new records. We’ll have a ball.”
TUESDAY: "You don’t have to get really dressed up, Joannie. There’ll just be six of us.”
WEDNESDAY NOON: "Well, gosh, Kathy, maybe we should wear skirts instead of slims. There'll be five couples."
THURSDAY AFTERNOON: "I don’t think it’s fair of you to get a new dress, Kathy. The rest of us are wearing the dresses we wore to the Christmas hop.”
FRIDAY NIGHT: "The slipcovers on the couch are getting positively indecent, Mom. And those drapes!”
SATURDAY, 6.30 P.M. "There’s a perfectly yummy sort of buffet idea in this magazine, Mom. Cold chicken and little ham things and a frozen pudding with whipped cream. It says it will serve twenty-five — if you double the recipes ...”
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