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In the 1950's and early 1960's it was a lot different. Mark had decided to ask Sally to go with him to the ninth-grade dance which was to be held in the school gymnasium.
If a young person wants to have a good time and be able rate a second date, you should practice Dating Manners. When he telephoned her several days in advance, he was careful not to embarrass her by asking if she had any plans for that particular evening.
Instead, he said, " Sally, will you go with me to the dance on Saturday night?
" "My friend Bill is taking Kathy and we'll be going in his car." Sally, in turn, didn't embarrass Mark by hesitating while she figured out whether or not she wanted to go with him, or whether she had anything to wear, but she answered right away, "Thank you Mark, I'd love to go with you." Mark thus followed two of the rules of dating etiquette in inviting Sally to the dance: First, he called her far enough in advance; second, he told her what the plans were for the date.
Since Sally had accepted the invitation, she did not change her mind the next day when Sam asked her to go to the dance.