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A tropical setting complete
with leis, a grass hut, and palm
trees under a mass of red, or-
ange, and yellow streamers was
"Almost Paradise' for PHS jun-
iors and seniors and their dates.
The class of "89" arranged for
their version of a luau banquet
at the steak house at which prom
go'ers were served an elegant
meal. Tonya Peterson gave the
welcome, followed by Mike Poss
with the thank you. Rita Hus-
man read the class history, and
then it was on to the dance!
At 9:00, the grand march took
place. This annual prom event
offers a chance to introduce PHS
students and their dates to their
awaiting public. "Celebrations
Sound System" provided the
music, and everyone danced the
After the dance, most prom
go'ers went bowling and out to
breakfast. It wasn't unusual to
see people cruising main at 5:30
a.m., 'cause that's when many
people got back! All in all, the
night was "Almost Paradise."
Adding the finishing touches to the hut, the juniors scatter the grass around.
Lori Tiedeman tries to figure out how
to work the stapler.
Five in the Knut" hut.
Jenni Burns and Jeremy Meyer patiently Wait for
the next streamers.