Sample invitations letters to an informal dance

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To an informal dance Invitations to smaller and more informal dances may be short notes. Or a visiting card is sometimes sent with a notation written in ink below the hostess's name and toward the left, as shown below: Sample (A) Mrs. John Evans At Home Dancing at half after nine 500 Park Avenue January the eighteenth R.S.V.P. If the visiting card is used "R.S.V.P." is necessary, because usually invitations on visiting cards do not presuppose answers. The reply to the above may be either formal, in the third person, or may be an informal note. Sample (B) 500 Park Avenue, January 4, 1920. My dear Mrs. Elliott, Will you and Mr. Elliott give us the pleasure of your company on Thursday, January the eighteenth, at ten o'clock? We are planning an informal dance and we should be so glad to have you with us. Cordially yours, Katherine G. Evans. An acknowledgement should be sent within a week. Never acknowledge a visiting-card invitation by a visiting card. An informal note of acceptance or regret is proper. Sample reply - Accepting 347 Madison Avenue, January 10, 1920. My dear Mrs. Evans, Both Mr. Elliott and I shall be delighted to go to your dance on Thursday, January the eighteenth, at ten o'clock. Thank you so much for asking us. Very sincerely yours, Jane S. Elliott.

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Sample reply - Regretting 347 Madison Avenue, January 10, 1920. My dear Mrs. Evans, Thank you for your kind invitation for Thursday, January the eighteenth; I am so sorry that Mr. Elliott and I shall not be able to accept. Mr. Elliott has been suddenly called out of town and will not be back for two weeks. With most cordial regards, I am Very sincerely yours, Jane S. Elliott.

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