I found it at an estate sale. It's from Leap Year 1944 and the name of the dance was "Red and Yeller, Catch a Feller". It was at "Forest Hall" and listed the names of the officers. There were no names written in the dance card. I certainly hope that whoever owned it danced all night and simply didn't have time for her "fellers" to sign their names. Or maybe she spent the night dancing with one certain feller.
"A song is no song 'til you sing it, And love in your heart wasn't put there
to stay, Love isn't love 'til you give it away."
Happy Valentines Day!