According to my 1964 Diary, If you weren’t in a club, you were a nobody at Culver High

February 15, 1964, Saturday, Well Day, Howard was cold to me

Felt better. Got dressed. Marilyn Collier called. Heard all the rumors. They say Shelia is pregnant. I don’t believe it. Larry Long and Charlotte Tarzy are going steady. I can’t believe it. He’s such a Soch and she’s a nobody. Not even in a club!!!   I picked up Marilyn and went to Toes. Saw Howard. Stayed with him for two hours. He cut his hair. I didn’t like it. He looked like a little boy. Marilyn acted real dumb. I don’t think he liked me as much for some reason. When I left he said he would call about going out tonight. But he didn’t call. I think he had a cold. He can’t drive, but still, he should call. I should be mad. (Oh God please don’t let it happen.)

saffrons rule gossiping

Saffrons…..Marilyn and Sharrie, Gossip-Girls.

SOCH….. Someone who acts like they are better than you because they belong to a popular social group.

He’s Just Not That Into You Clip – He’s Never Going To Call You

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Sharrie Williams is the author of The Maybelline Story and a direct descendant of the Maybelline Cosmetic Family. Great niece of Maybelline founder Tom Lyle Williams. Buy a signed copy today.
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