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Teen Magazine

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Transcript of Teen Magazine

Written by: SamClauie Liwanag
Sahil Kumar
Carlos Garcia
Ej David
Jesha Le The Teenage Life United States domestic politics The New Era! "The beat of the 50's" Music: Hank Williams, " Your Cheatin' Heart' " 1953

As legend would have it, this track was penned by Williams about his first wife, but dictated to his second wife, whilst he was driving. The cad! Released after his death, it would typify a sort of ageless, heart-sore balladeering form that Williams helped inaugurate. "Westbury Drive in" Great cars are being released everyday! The newest released car that’s on the rage, is the Corvette! The first fifteen are all built by hand, in the back of a customer delivery garage in Flint, Michigan. All Corvettes are polo white with a red interior and a black canvas top. You can also purchase this hip new car with a signal seeking AM radio at $145.15 and a heater at $91.40. The base price is $3,498.00. The radio including an antenna was incorporated in the trunk lid. Hot Rods! What's YOUR style?!
. TV Shows: The Twilight Zone

The Twilight Zone is an American television anthology series created by Rod Serling. Each episode (156 in the original series) is a mixture of self-contained drama, psychological thriller, fantasy, science fiction, suspense, or horror, often concluding with a macabre or unexpected twist. A popular and critical success, it introduced many Americans to serious science fiction and abstract ideas through television and also through a wide variety of Twilight Zone literature. Are you the Dude? The dude.... that wears white socks, buckskin shoes, and trousers with pleated waists and turned-up cuffs. To top off the outfit with five-button jackets, beaded belts and colorful, patterned hats.
Or are you the Preppy? Boys wore slacks, button-up shirts, pullover sweater vests and cardigans. Boys' shoes included suede or buckskin dress shoes and canvas tennis shoes. Girls wore wide skirts, petticoats and cardigan sweaters. Girls' shoes included saddle shoes, flats and ballet slippers.
The Greaser? The greaser was originally a working class rebel without a cause, a local street tough and a hoodlum. His style included a leather motorcycle jacket, a T-shirt, blue jeans and hair slicked back with pomade into a style such as a pompadour.
For girls, you can’t go wrong with your statement poodle skirt, wardrobe also included rolled up dungarees, or jeans as we call them now, but they were for only the most casual occasions. Cardigans, scoop neck blouses and white shirts with three-quarter-length sleeves were popular choices for tops The Lone Ranger

The Lone Ranger is an American western television series starring Clayton Moore (John Hart from 1952 to 1954) and Jay Silverheels as Tonto. The live-action series initially featured Gerald Mohr as the episode narrator. Fred Foy served as both narrator and announcer of the radio series from 1948 to its finish and became announcer of the television version when story narration was dropped there. This was by far the highest-rated television program on the ABC network in the early 1950s and its first true "hit". Leave It To Beaver
Leave It to Beaver is an American television situation comedy about an inquisitive but often naïve boy named Theodore "The Beaver" Cleaver (portrayed by Jerry Mathers) and his adventures at home, in school, and around his suburban neighborhood. The show also starred Barbara Billingsley and Hugh Beaumont as Beaver's parents, June and Ward Cleaver, and Tony Dow as Beaver's brother Wally. The show has attained an iconic status in the United States, with the Cleavers exemplifying the idealized suburban family of the mid-20th century. Jackie Brenston "Rocket 88" 1951 Chicago's Chess Records and debuted on the Hot R&B Singles chart on May 12,1951. In early June, the song reached Number One on the chart, where it held the position for five weeks. The song ultimately spent 18 weeks on the chart. During that same period, Bill Haley recorded a version of "Rocket 88" – preceding his seminal "Rock Around the Clock" by three years. The Russians. Who else? They are spreading communism throughout eastern Europe. And now they’re planning on launching missiles at us!And not just any missiles, the same type the United States used to bomb Hiroshima and Nagasaki! That’s right, a NUCLEAR BOMB. Russia or as they are referred to now as the Soviet Union, want to attack us, their own allies from world war II just because we do not approve of their spread of communism. No wonder everyone wants to go to the west. Fixed elections, dictatorship, complete censorship of media? Nobody wants to live in that. Other reports suggest that there are Russian spies living amongst us. Is this true? why are they here? we will find out all this and more in the coming weeks, but for now, keep it cool and stay tuned to The Teenage Life for more news fresh the front and around the Country and the world. Communist Threat? levittown, USA. One of the most popular suburban housing developments to date. Many say this town in Philadelphia paved a way to better living conditions. Others say it was a complete goof. But many felt it was a great plan as it allowed men returning from war to start families and move out from bustling and crowded cities to peaceful and tranquil suburbs. With the addition of suburbs, route 66 was built to allow workers to easily commute to and from work in the city. Who knows what the development of Suburbs outside cities could lead to, could it possibly lead to more highways like route 66 being built for even easier commutes? who knows, but for now keep it cool and stay tuned to The Teenage Life for more news around the country. Suburban Development Westbury drive-in is the way to go! Its just that time of the month where you watch the latest movies like: Shane directed Steven, George , From here to eternity directed by Zinnemann, Fred and many more. These are wonderful movies that you'd like to watch. Ya know i aint tryna pull your horses! But bring your friends, girlfriend whoever to the drive in and watch the fun filled romantic movies. Its only 50 cents. Cmon and get to the drive in and watch them movies! Our soldiers have not only made history on the battlefields but they have also made history in our era! The 50’s are now considered as the “Baby Boom Era!” .With the end of World War II ou men in suites have realized that it is that time in their lives to blossom into a family man. Between the years of 1948 and today, more babies have been born than the past 30 years! Our men left for the war as boys and returned home as men. Women have been waiting for such a long time for this, and now that it is turning into reality our veterans cannot help but be more excited. Although most of our men have decided to become a family man, some have taken advantage of the GI Bill and returned to school to get a fulfilling education. Some may not start off where they left but they will leave that campus having fulfilled their education. By Sahil Kumar By Jesha Le By Sam Liwanag By Carlos Garcia By Jesher Le By Earl John David
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