|Birthday Girl - Now Gone. But her big smile and her laugh lit the lives of all around her.|
Hollywood, c 1950.
Jeanne used to always say...
Let's have a nightcap and talk about life
Where have you been? I thought you fell off the ends of the earth!
Have you been out chasing boys?
Come up for cocktails and I'll make you one of my sure-shot snacks
Tell me your case history.
Funny ha-ha or funny peculiar?
It's raining like Billy Hell
They're busy making mad love
Would you like a cough drop? (Hall's, of course.)
Don't worry. I'm not contagious
Let's just rise above it
Spread some charm while I get ready
He's got money, marbles, and chalk
I like him in a negative way
Hmm... Looks like sex on the hoof
We can buy one if we live on beans and rice for a month
I'm a lover, not an eater
My hair color is 'mature blonde'
Shoulders back, chest out
Push up your glasses & stop scuffing your feet
I try to live just like the alcoholics, one day at a time! [laughing]
I've got it tattooed on my forehead
Better not let fat Lucy out...
The monkey's dead and the show's over.
Newlywed McGirks in Latin America. Jeannie is slender and stylish. Don has flair.Add caption
Another view of the gang at Roblecito Oil Camp in Venezuela. (Hat tip to Susan Young)
L-R Frances and Gogs Ffoulkes-Jones, Jeanne and Don McGirk, Walter and Doreen Poole.
|In Southgate, Jeanne poses with brother Phil. The Keelers often called her the pet name, "Susie"|