Mary is having way too much fun! She shouldn’t be wearing that short skirt, she could get arrested. She looks like the kind of person who would have too many boyfriends. I don’t think she in the states. She’s in Europe because of the names on the tubas. She’s dancing to rock and roll, no…she’s dancing to country music. The song she’s dancing to is called, Out Behind the Barn by Jimmy Dickens. She’s dancing but she doesn’t know what she’s doing. She’s like the aunt that was disowned by her family. Mary is with her lover-boy, Robert and is trying to show him off. After she’s finished dancing, she goes to the bar, Green Frog, for beer and buys a Budweiser. She’s the kind of person that drinks. A lot! Robert took off and joined the Army. Mary is the kind of gal that would find someone really fast, but instead she prepares a care package full of cookies with a note that says, “Missing you.” Robert comes home and she buys him a new car. They get married on June, 10 1945 and they have two girls, Rosemary and Susan. They call Susan, Susie, and she has a pet chicken.