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From our sophomore movie, to the rose,
light bulb, and sticker sales as juniors, we
waited impatiently for that colossal night,
the Prom. "Palais de Paris" was excitedly
planned and executed by a host of enthusias-
tic carpenters, artists, and wallpaper hangers.
Making a ceiling from parachutes was only
a part of the preparation. Violet drapes hung
at deep blue French windows, and a glittering
gold foil chandelier lit the festive ballroom
and stage terrace.
Charlotte Jones was crowned queen of
the gay soiree before her court, Phyllis
Pulley, Kathy Redmond, Kam Monfort, and
Sharon Wesner. From our chateaux and the
music of Jimmy Stier, Queen Charlotte and
her escort, Leigh Major, led us to the ribbon
at the Hartford Theater where we were
enchanted by the French comedy, 5'Gigi."
Returning to the ballroom, we dined and
marvelled at the antics of our hypnotized
classmates who thought sour lemons were
sweet and cried over imaginary sad movies.
A delicious breakfast was served at the
Beatnik Party at the 4-H Building, where
Don Chevolet and ,Judy Bantz entertained.
Bidding good-byffto our Prisian fling, we
trundled home and off to Dreamland, U.S.A.
- , Wa at
"Your highness, your bouquet." Marcus Van Winkle
1962 junior class president, adrniringly crowns Char
lotte Jones, queen of the "Palais De Paris."
Memories from 'Palais de Paris'
Five Americans in Paris pose before the grande
entrance to the theater. These lovely girls are
Phyllis Pulley, Kam Monfort, Queen Charlotte
Jones, Sharon Wesner, and Kathy Redmond.”