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Qllahlz manners to he Qhopteh at Qhhnt
The bell will ring twice when the meal is ready.
This does 11ot 11162111 you must hurry. Continue your toilet in a
leisurely fashion a11d wl1e11 ready go to the tower. If the elevator is
not working, slide down the bannisters. Tl1is hasty descent may
slightly disarrange your costume but do 11ot hesitate to arrange it after
entering the room as tl1is is considered good form i11 all public places.
Hurry to be the first one seated and the11 atte11d only to the work at
hand. As the time is short and the chief reason for coming to the
dining room is to eat, Zlllfl the SGC0l1dtl1'y reason to improve conversa-
tional ability, it is well to do botl1 at the SZIIIIC ti111e. Choose your topics
carefully and with regard to the company. VVhile so111e may be i11-
terested in nature, we must ren1ember that all are not.
ln a large school, laundry is always a troublesome llC11'l. It is
therefore considerate to aid the laundress by spilling a glass or two
of water O11 the table cloth.
YVhen you do not like the food set before you express your ideas
in loud to11es. This will probably make everyone dissatisfied with the
food Zlllfl will help to make the meal pleasant.
Never pay attentio11 whe11 tl1ose at the head of tl1c table are
serving. This gives people the impression that you are greedy.
Eat as fast as possible, for although we have never known the food
to give out, we never ca11 tell wl1en it may and donit wish to get left.
Tl1e table is the place to give a detailed history of your family's
doings. Omit no detail, and dwell especially upon the unpleasant parts.
Yvhen through, fold your napkin and look around i11 a bored way.
This will apprise others of tl1c fact that you are through, a11d if tl1ey
are considerate, they will stop eati11g immediately.
Leave the dining-room as noisily as possible, for if yo11 are quiet
you will be considered depressed, and 0lllCl'S will think you have not
enjoyed the meal. 31, M,