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Mary E. Clark

  • The lurking tragedy: The chances are that an accident will some day happen to you at a friend's dinner table ... As long as water and coffee and jelly exist, a certain percentage of each will necessarily be overturned upon a like number of snowy white tablecloths. Usually the tragedy is really no one's fault.

    • Mary E. Clark,
    • in Mary E. Clark and Margery Closey Quigley, Etiquette Every Child Should Know ()
  • Sometimes one sees people butter their slices of bread with long, slow, admiring strokes in the same way in which Tom Sawyer's friends whitewashed the fence. Never butter an entire slice of bread at one time ...

    • Mary E. Clark,
    • in Mary E. Clark and Margery Closey Quigley, Etiquette Every Child Should Know ()
  • It isn't the sign of a good sport to go out among other people when one has a cold: it is the sign of a selfish and ill-advised person.

    • Mary E. Clark,
    • in Mary E. Clark and Margery Closey Quigley, Etiquette Every Child Should Know ()

Mary E. Clark, U.S. writer