And just two short weeks later, she went to another dance with Earle – the Alumni Dance which was held on June 7, 1913. And this time she danced 4 dances with Earle plus had supper with him. Is a ‘pretty good time’ better than a swell time?
And then another dance in July, 1918. Isn’t this little bag cute? If you look closely you can see a postmark at the bottom of the bag – did they mail it like this? Again, she went with Earle and had a ‘pretty good time’. Grandma, thanks for filling me in on the details!
It’s hard to read on the dance card but it looks like Earle was her partner for three dances.
I think the next dance was December 31, 1913.
Oooh, now we’re up to a ‘fine time’! And check out the little pencils that are attached to the leaf dance card – a girl always needs to be prepared with a pencil! Unfortunately, the pencil didn’t show up too well on the dark red paper but it looks like she might have danced a few with Earle.
And then I think one dance card must be missing because there was this next to an empty spot.
A ‘fine time’ again but why was it the last dance she went to with Earle? And just who was Earle, anyway? Were they an ‘item’ and broke up after this dance? Oh, Grandma, there is so much I’d like to ask you.
Come back next time as I turn the page – we might find out who Earle is!