I wrote and performed my Play… “Walking Ugly”… for the Saffron Tea.

September 27, 1964, Sunday.  Beach Boys on Ed Sullivan Show tonight. (Warren Commission report released…Oswald acted alone.)

Went to Sandy Block’s house.  I wore a Black Sheath.  The yard looked so bitchen, I couldn’t believe it!  We picked up the girls invited to the Tea.  We had a band play and gave everyone party favors.  The girl’s were so scared , but said the Tea was so great!  The whole thing was a success!  Even the entertainment worked out beautifully for no rehearsal.  I did my version of Sleeping Beauty, called Walking Ugly, but this time I had everyone act it out.  The girl’s laughed so hard I almost died.  We’re going to do it for the whole school.  The whole day was great!  All the girls we wanted in the club signed up.  We voted for the one’s to be invited back to the next meeting.  I delivered the letters by hand.  I went to Sandy’s for her Grandfather’s Birthday and all her relatives were there.  I felt uncomfortable.

saffrons rule jungle theme tea party

I started writing and performing when I was 15 and out of that desire to entertain, I wrote The Maybelline Story and today perform it live… showing vintage Maybelline ads and Maybelline family photos for Clubs and Organizations…  Once the desire to be on stage was planted, it grew over the years into a beautiful garden.

 

saffrons rule black sheath dress

 

KITTEN BOW SHEATH DRESS was my signature look in 1964.

Sharrie, 64

saffrons rule walking ugly

The Beach Boys – I Get Around (1964) Ed Sullivan Show

http://www.maybellinebook.com/  be sure to check out my Maybelline Story Blog.

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About saffronsrule

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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