- 100th Year Anniversary of The Maybelline Company
- New Years Eve party turned into a nightmare that lasted until 5 in the morning
- Planning a New Years Eve Party at my house tomorrow night!
- Nana reminds me of Endora the Witch, from the TV show Bewitched!
- My mother wore the famous “Scandal Suit,” while I preferred a black fringe bikini
- 21,761 hits
The Maybelline Story and the Spirited Family Dynasty Behind It.
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December 26, 1964, Sunday. Got my 1957 Chevy Painted! Today we returned some of the clothes we got for Christmas. I returned my coat and got some blue capris and $170.00 credit… Then I got the biggest surprise ever! Mom … Continue reading
December 15, 1964, Tuesday I didn’t go to the Saffron Meeting tonight, because I had to work at Charleston’s Dress Store, wrapping Christmas Presents. The Club discussed Sunday’s Mother Daughter Breakfast and they were unset because $15.00 was spent … Continue reading
November 17, 1964, Tuesday. Pearl and I were too tired to go to the Saffron meeting, instead, we worked on the school play. The meeting was sickening anyway. They made the Pledge’s eat raw eggs and kill live Snails. … Continue reading
October 20, 1964, Tuesday. Mr. Scott came to our Saffron meeting. He didn’t disband us, but he said he would if we did anything bad again. We had to have papers taken home to be signed by our parents. … Continue reading
October 3, 1964, Saturday. Wore a black wig today. Made my sister Donna and her friend Dianne S. wash my car, because they’re Pledges. I wore Dianne’s short, black wig to school today and people couldn’t believe it. I told … Continue reading
September 21, 1964, Monday. I maybe have a job as a box girl!!! Everyone noticed my hair being so light. Some liked it, but most wanted me to change it back. So after school we all went to Linda … Continue reading
September 17, 1964, Thursday. Delivered more invitations Today in school the girls who received Saffron Tea invitations really kissed up to us. I felt so BIG! Some girls were really hurt, like Donna’s friend Dianne S. and Sharon Bantalon. We … Continue reading