“It is a woman who possesses more tact than love who retains the devotion of a man,” it adds.
Veronica Roasio, also reported in the Bath Chronicle, said that women should remember “he earns a living and “so shields you from the world”.
They couldn't afford to buy a hamburger in the 1930s, even on a date.
I still am good friends with some of the girls I used to date back there." Louise Dougharty says her parents were very strict, and she didn't go out with anyone they didn't approve of. The man she eventually married had a car, and they used to drive to the Dairy Queen in Waco.You didn't get ice cream in small town restaurants, you went to a soda fountain.In the evenings, the soda fountain tables in the drug store "would be full.“If you must be awake, seem to be glad he came home early.He’ll probably think you an idiot; but that’s inevitable anyway.” Another article suggests that women should never complain.