White London Fog raincoat and a olive-green sheath dress printed with white flowers, Flats, a set of keys, and a "John Romain" handbag.
Platinum wedding ring, a solitaire engagement ring, a Women's College of the University of North Carolina class ring(yellow gold), and a scarab bracelet.
Mary was a secretary at C & S Bank in Atlanta, Georgia in 1965. She had gotten married six weeks prior to her disappearance. Her husband was out of town on October 14, but was going to return the next day. Mary planned a party to welcome his return. She purchased groceries after work and then met a co-worker for dinner at the Piccadilly Cafeteria in the Lenox Square Shopping Center in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta. Mary was reportedly in good spirits at the time. She walked back to her car after dinner, at approximately 8:00 p.m. Mary has never been heard from again.Mary did not show up for work the next morning and did not call in sick. Mary's co-worker knew that Mary's new metallic pearl-gray 1965 Mercury Comet with Georgia license plates numbered 2829 was parked in a lot near Lenox Square from the previous evening's dinner.There was a coating of red dust on the car's exterior, as if it had been driven on a dirt road. Four bags of groceries were found inside the vehicle, along with Coke bottles and a package of Kent cigarettes which were Mary's brand.