Culver girls were prudes compared to Westchester girls, so we got dumped

July 3, 1964, Friday. Well day. Been sick for two weeks!

Felt better, came home and washed my hair for tomorrow. I can’t wait, because I’m going to see Byran at the dance. Mom and Dad went out and I stayed home. Went to get something to eat about 10:00 tonight with Sandy and Barbara. We went by the Jib and nobody was there so we drove by Jack’s house. His car was there. Sandy got on the floor so he couldn’t see her. We drove by his house abut 10 times. We could hear music and watched figures through the window, but we couldn’t tell who was there. Jack doesn’t like Sandy anymore. Probable because she was a Prude.

 

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One of our favorite pastimes was cruising our boyfriends and ex-boyfriend’s houses and spying on them.  The moment I felt well, I was out with my friends looking for action.  I guess guys thought Culver girls were prudes compared to Westchester girls and stopped dating us right before Summer of 64.

 

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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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