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Hostess With The Mostess By Sandy Thomas
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HOSTESS WITH THE MOSTESS-What would a wife make a guy do for success? If their restaurant needed a woman...guess he'd be it! Illustrated and great fun! GIRLFRIENDS TV FICTION 10. 64 pages
Queen's Hostess By Betsey Shapiro
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Meet Annie Moore, a Social Hostess with Queen's Line, the most exclusive ocean liners sailing the seven seas. As the Jet Age of the 1960's eclipses ocean travel, Queen's Line future is far from... More > certain. Annie falls in love with the shipboard piano player, who leaves her to find his fame and fortune on dry land. With the help of her friends, Annie travels the world in grand style, if only as part of the hired help. As the Queen’s Line learns to adapt and build ships for a new generation of travelers, Annie learns to treasure her true friends; stand up to those who take advantage of her, and realize that love can be worth traveling the world for.< Less
Restaurant Hostess and Host Trainig By Hospitality Plus
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The host or hostess plays an important part in the “service experience” as he or she is the first person the customer sees and the last person the customer says goodbye to. The host... More > therefore should be upbeat, friendly and helpful to customers. Being well dressed, neat and clean are part of the job description. The way a host looks, the tone of voice, grooming and personal hygiene, handshake, eye contact, and body posture have a profound effect on how other people will perceive him initially, in the crucial first few minutes of your conversation . At the Front Desk, you are the “First Impression” Your job is CRUCIAL as to whether or not guests enjoy their dining experience and if they will return again. Whilst talking to a guest on the phone, always smile while you are talking, monitor the pace and volume of your voice.< Less
Husband To Hostess #17 By Sandy Thomas
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HUSBAND TO HOSTESS-A young man finds out his wife would rather have him helping with her catering business than being a bum at home. But what was a co-hostess? Illustrated. Quote Board. In the... More > Pink. CONTEMPORARY TV FICTION #17. 92 pages< Less
Kitchen of the Modern Young Hostess By William Gore
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Cookbook, recipes, porridges, meat dishes, dishes from the liver. ... Cooking wisdom. Cakes. The cakes and pastries. Database of recipes and dishes on holidays and every day, recipes for quick... More > cooking, old recipes, etc. And meanwhile made our cookbook with your own hands! This is a very tasty cake, it just melts in your mouth!< Less
Chautauqua’s Hostess: Winnie of the Wensley House By Wendy Lewellen
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Chautauqua’s Hostess: Winnie of the Wensley House By Wendy Lewellen Winnie Lewellen served as hostess at worldfamous Chautauqua Institution’s Wensley House for three decades. The... More > nine-room guest house provided accommodations for the best and the brightest who provided the program for this cultural and recreational mecca in upstate New York. This book, written by Winnie’s daughter, Wendy Lewellen, draws from her mother’s thirty-year accumulation of photographs and memorabilia. Winnie died unexpectedly in 2006 before she got around to writing the memoir she always intended to craft. Wendy shares in its stead, this contribution to the celebrity-saturated history of the Wensley House, of Chautauqua Institution, and of Chautauqua County. Proceeds from this labor of love will finance the Winnie Lewellen Memorial Scholarship at the high school where she taught Latin and English in nearby Bemus Point, New York.< Less
Table Glass and How to Use It: A Handbook for the Hostess By A. H. Heisey & Co.
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A. H. Heisey & Co. (1896-1957) was an innovator and leader in the glassmaking industry. In addition to introducing hundreds of new designs in glassware and numerous improvements to the glass... More > production process, Heisey also pioneered new ways to market glassware as one of the first glass manufacturers to advertise directly to the public. In 1911 they produced “Table Glass and How to Use It: a Handbook for the Hostess” which was sent to customers on request and served as both a useful reference and a sales tool. As the early Heisey advertisements explained, this booklet “contains many helpful suggestions on effective table arrangement, lighting, decorations, correct serving, etc., and illustrates appropriate articles of Heisey’s Glassware.” This high-quality reprint of the original booklet contains nineteen clear black and white illustrations of Heisey glass along with the full original text.< Less
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Hosts and Hostesses, Restaurant, Lounge, and Coffee Shop Welcome patrons, seat them at tables or in lounge, and help ensure quality of facilities and service. Sample of reported job titles: Hostess,... More > Host, Hospitality Coordinator, Dining Room Supervisor, Greeter, Host Coordinator< Less

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