He asked what he lied to me about. I wouldn’t tell him. Didn’t want him to know I had been spying on him

March 13, 1964, Bitchen Night. Took Howard to work. Palisades Dance.

Drove to school. Was real careful not to get windblown. After school, drove real fast to pick up Howard. He got a hair cut and I didn’t like it. Lost some sex appeal. He put a dollar in gas. We drove all the way to Downey. He asked what he lied to me about. I wouldn’t tell him. Didn’t want him to know I had been spying on where he really lives. We got there and I wouldn’t kiss him in front of all the people he knew standing in the parking lot. I got home about five o’clock. Marilyn picked me up at 7:00. We drove to Palisades High School. Everyone was there. I danced all night with everyone. Then some crazy boy started dancing with me. He tried to attack me. I ran. He followed. All the Culver guys ran after him and told him to keep his hands off me. He kept watching me dance. I’ll never hear the end of it, all the kids kept kidding me about my boyfriend. 

1964 Dance Party

 Freddie Cannon – Palisades Park

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