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Lowell Sun (Newspaper) - November 4, 1956, Lowell, Massachusetts Lowell Sunday Sun November 4 1956 Teen Talk By PEGGY O'BRIEN Hello there! Tills is the unsung hero of Toon Talk, your scribe's favorite typewriter, reporting personally lor YOU today. Before "the boss" took Off for the New Jersey football game she loaded us down with "Info" she thought some of the teens would be curious about. And though we're furious enough to blow our typing ribbon for having been left behind we can't help but enjoy meeting the names we print so without further adieu we'll perform our pleasant duty. Glamour outdid Itself Friday as scores of gorgeously gowned misses with proud and admiring cscbrts, attended the annual Girl Officers Halloween party. A sea- sonal motif of orange and black crepe paper entwined the plat- form railing and provided the backdrop for the handsome danc- ing couples. Noted arriving was colonel of the girls regiment, Carol McDermoll, wearing a styl- ish ivory-toned satin dress with silver brocade. Carol was with Tom Boudreau. LI e u t c na n t Colonel Martha Duffy was with Ralph Lawson, and they were seen during the evening chatting with Llbby Connor and Mike Con- sldine, Peggy Reynolds and Jack Lynch. Judy Brox dated John McLaughlin, Pat McArdlc with Sklppy Reldy. Attractive Kim Lanctot looked lovely In white and coral. Kim was with Billy McDowell. ..A jam session provided enter- tainment midway in the evening for the guests who took time out for refreshments. Spotted nl in- termission were: Cheryl LcDuc and Dick Roasi, Brenda Mac- Niohall Neil Murphy, Ptil Krysiak and Maurice .Murphy, JJotty Latonr and Brad Moynihaii, Jean Listen rind Ray Sullivan. Others noted were: Ediitt stunning in black velvet, with Pfiul Farley, Arlenc MoNnma.ro. and Don Fagan, Mary Jo and Dennis Regun, Ruth Kllen Liston and Jamea Cnssidy, Brcnilo, Joy and Mike Netischeo. Prlscllla Frechette was hostess Friday night at a "hen party' which featured a record session spotlighting Elvis Presley's lat est recordings. Prlscllla's guests included Jeannlne Maurais, Pa Dugan, Rita Farmer, Lorraine Koran, Pauline Dube, Elleci Michelin, Pat Sullivan, Dot Len non, Gloria LeBIanc, Jane Goy ette, Mary Gugucrc, and Jear Dalton A real Halloweer treat is Honey Blazonis who ob served her 14th birthday Octo tier 14. at Ihc Youth Center re eently where they teemed to bt having a wonderful time were, A'ormfl Ciclakie, Carol Monaghan Frailny Reardon, Thereto Oiella Gene McCnnn, Daiv Tammy Fleming, Bob Holdeit Richie Kltredge, Georgia Danaf Joan McCarthy, George Ufadnnis Tommy Scitnlan, Mary St. Peter and Ann Gath. A "pot luck supper" was th highlight at a meeting of Y-Teen who elected a new slate of off cers last Tuesday. Elected were Prlscllla Kouchalakos, president Pat Davis, vice pres dents; Rita Farmer, secretary Jean Delislc, treasurer; Gall-Fos ter, public relations. Others wh enjoyed the meeting and dellciou supper were: Sherrol Maclnnis Sandra Johnson, Jeannine Mai rals, Jeannette Langlois, Jud and Evelyn Shea, Gertrude Mu len, Mary Ballos, Marie Bilodeau Nancy Laverty, Janice Duffy, Jo anne Diette, Virginia Herys, Ba: bara Perry and Alice Sarris. Spooks nnd goblins wore ex eluded from Barbara Ratta's Hn lovveen party last Friday iiif only fini-loving: teens were lowed, amoiiff whom were: Bobb Bucher, Benny Connolly, Nanc Knutson, "Busby" Shields, Dim Grenler, Johnny Cox, Jnn An tin ami Billy Duca. Other fe lows and girls who made the way out to her home In BUIerle were; Pat Jonlon, Roy Pollar Nancy Crear, Don Quebec, An Fqrestalre, Gene Allen, Gn Conoly, Bob Kopycinskl, Mlnear, Buleh Fanvell, Judy Yn don, Brad Conell, Wanda Bmc Boy Cox, Kenny Maclnnl Frftnjcle Manures, Richard Bat and Dick Crear. Gay Jaek-o-lanterns added festive touch to St Michael hop Saturday night and nbt among the large crowd wl danced to the tunes spun b Ichie Ellis and Ralph Lawson ere: "Chippy" Holmes, Joe uke, Gail Fadden, Joyce Prl- eau, Pat Poascly, Gail Biewlew-
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