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A Nutty Party
Some kids are so eager of party that it becomes difficult for them to wait until their next birthday arrive. For such kids a nutty party is one of the easiest ways to entertained them and their friends.
After this hilarious game the girls needed a bit of time to catch a breath, so they played Dark Dog. Each girl was given a 4 x 6 blank card and a pencil. The players were warned to take a good look at the card because they were going to be blindfolded. When all were blindfolded they were asked to draw a dog. After this they were told to put a collar on the dog. Then to draw a bone in front of him. And then to draw a license tag hanging from his collar. The blindfolds were then removed and the astounding pictures exhibited.
While lunch was being prepared girls displayed the snapshots of their pet dogs, and gave the two-minute talks they had prepared about their dogs and the advantages of that particular breed.
Refreshments for Joan's party were simple. Hot dogs, and milk, with frozen ice-cream dogs for dessert were served from a table covered with a gay-colored paper tablecloth which was decorated with dog cut-outs. A cardboard doghouse was the centerpiece. Favors were small figures of dogs. Joan and her crowd voted this Doggy affair tops among their party experiences.
"Can't I ever have a party unless it's my birthday?" Sally demanded. Her mother looked up from her mending startled. "Why, I hadn't thought of it that way, Sally. I just took it for granted that children's parties meant a birthday party."
"You and Daddy have more parties than just one a year," answered Sally. "I don't see why I can't." Sally's mother thoughtfully considered the question. Why shouldn't a youngster entertain her friends at least as often as her parents entertain theirs? Then she replied. "I think, Sally, that you have a point. If you would like to entertain your friends, of course you can have a party."
So Sally and her mother sat down together to plan a party. Sally suggested that since this was sort of a nutty idea of hers why not make it a nutty party. Why not indeed? The invitations were typed on slips of thin paper which read:
These invitations were then folded small enough to fit English walnut shells which Sally delivered to the girls she wanted at her party.
Invitations for the party are divided among all her nutty friends written in nutty words. Giving this party is not expensive but also really enjoyable for your nutty kids.
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