Over half a century ago, Elizabeth King was the "Fun Editor" of Parents Magazine, and in 1952, she wrote and designed this charming little "donut party fun" booklet. Her definition of a good party (taken from the intro): "Never a dull moment... and to avoid these dull moments, be sure something is happening every minute." She goes on to say some other stuff too, but the sum-up of her ideas is as follows: "Parties establish a pleasant home life, make for better citizens, and turns children into charming hosts and and hostesses. Most of the effective things in our lives are sugar coated-- and that, I suppose, goes for donuts too!" I have to agree... although anything combined with donuts sounds good to me!