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Page 68 text:
The dance was started out with the tradi-
tionol Grand March, led by the omcers
of the iunior and senior classes.
Against o backround of palmtrees and
notive dancers, the sophomores sextet en-
chants its audience. BACK ROW: C. Comp-
bell, S. Woods, M. Vonderbeek. FRONT
ROW: M. McCullo, J. Nelson, J. Brubak-
A lad ond his lovely lassie, Joni cmd Bob dance slowly b
Page 67 text:
amp For Musicians
The iunior bands are especially interested in devel-
oping proficiency enough to play in the senior organiza-
tions. While working to attain this goal, they've enjoyed
their rehearsals very much.
This year for the first time in Central's history these
groups are having an extra hour every week which is
used for basic training, scales, arpeggios, and tech-
niques. According to Mr. Thorson, "that is whot's making
a band out of them." Those musical arrangements which
they will especially remember are the concert at Wash-
ington Grade School P.T.A. meeting and, of course,
the annual spring performance.
The cadet bond. Back row: Hussey, Pierce, Montague, Saugstad,
Hermodson, Lawrence, Rood, S. Hanson, Reese, Cameron. Third row:
Flom, Emerson, Bendickson, Ryan, Wold, Tveit, Kronholm, Burke,
Thompson, Birkeland, Uggen, Pikora, Radi, Mr. Thorson. Second
row: Olson, Lindell, Wilder, Barness, Johnson, Hutchins, Muir. Front
row: McWaters, Hoydt, Randers, Schmunlc, Sabin, D. Hanson, Hume,
Wikoff, Beauchine, Gorder, Gilbertson, Taylor, Luchow.
On the downbeat . . . ready . . . beginl
Page 69 text:
Biggest Night of the Year
Listen! The rustle of grass skirts and the rhythmic beat
ot iungle drums, Strains of "Begin the Beguine". That
tropical mood dominated the i955 Prom, held in April.
The banquet at Trinity Church was a huge success,
what with the luscious food and the entertaining pro-
gram. The clarinet quartet provided the dinner music,
and the customary class will and prophecy were read by
the seniors and iuniors. Joseph lviazzitelli was the guest
For the dance the gym was decorated as a iungle
with vines, equatorial wild flowers, palm trees, mon-
keys, and figures of native boys and girls. The highlight
of the dance, the grand march, was led by Jerry Panzer
and Geraldine Sims, seniors, and Pat l-lalos and Allen
Johnstad, juniors. A special surprise floor show was
given during the course ot the evening. Music was pro-
vided by Kensel Erickson and his band. At the stroke ot
midnight everyone left to attend house parties until
RIGHT: FOUR pert senior gals, sitting
pretty. They are Bev, Judy, Jean, and Bev.
J .... BELOW, LEFT: PUNCH, anyone?
Judy and Sharon pour for three thirsty
seniors, Douglas, Jean, and Gerry F .,..
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