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Two hundred forms of amusement or entertainment for social gatherings of all kinds: large or small parties, clubs, sociables, church entertainments, etc.; with special suggestions for birthdays, wedding anniversaries, Hallowe'en, All Fools' Day, Christmas Day, New Year's Eve, and other holidays.

By
MRS. HERBERT B. LINSCOTT

PHILADELPHIA
GEORGE W. JACOBS & CO.
PUBLISHERS

 

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ACTING PROVERBS

In this game the company may be divided into actors and spectators. The actors are each given a proverb, which they are to act alone in pantomime.

The first player may come into the room where the spectators are waiting, with a sprinkler in one hand and a cup in the other. He begins sprinkling the flowers, then he pours water over them, acting the proverb, "It never rains but it pours."

The second actor also brings a cup of water. He repeatedly attempts to drink from the cup, which keeps slipping from his fingers as he brings it near his mouth. "There's many a slip between the cup and the............

 

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