Acetate Receipt : Casual Love Affair (?)
On page 133 of Sean O'Neal's 'Elvis Presley Memorabilia' is a June 9, 1954 receipt for a two-sided acetate from the 'Memphis Recording Service'. The caption claims it's possibly for That's All Right Mamma / Blue Moon of Kentucky, but that's impossible because Presley didn't cut the tunes until a month later.
Looking closely at this June, 1954 two-sided acetate receipt, it is clear Elvis cut two sides (master 0914-A and 0914-B) on Saturday, 6/5, and picked up his acetate dub on Wednesday, 6/9.
This documentation is likely for a song like, perhaps, Casual Love Affair. The flipside is likely another slow country ballad with just Elvis on guitar, i.e. not Without You since Elvis paid for the acetate. The receipt is very similar to the one for I'll Never Stand in Your Way It Wouldn't Be the Same Without You
July 5, 1954 : The recording notees for 'I Love You Because' and That's All Right'.
July 6, 1954 : Except from the book, A Boy From Tupelo
Elvis Presley : Backstage at the Overton Park Shell : Friday, July 30, 1954