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A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE REVEALS—
Blowing gently in the soft balmy Southern breezes, the magnolias tapped lightly against the iron rail of the balcony overlooking the whipped-cream caps of the lapping waves against the coral sands of Palm Springs. The slight intervals of light, caused by the clouds gently floating over the silver moon, revealed several couples dining and dancing to the swaying music of the orchestra within the building.
A new silhouette appears in the arched doorway and steps into the light to reveal the manager of the newly opened Swan Club. Jerry Maloney. The Honorable Dean McXaugliton, representative of the sixteenth congressional district of Illinois, was handing the waiter. Hill Moore, a request for Stinky Davis and his Seven Skunks to play the new up-and-coming “Jeannie With the Light Brown Hair.” The striking of the first note is all the introduction necessary for Irene Zucearini, lush-voiced song bird of the South. The applause descends except for the clapping of Pete I b-ben, who sits as in a trance looking into the eyes of a six-foot blonde. Rushing over to quiet Mr. Ubben, multi-millionaire and seven times wed. comes the famous dress designer, Noel Francisco, “exclusive and elegant.’'
The designer’s presence causes Bcrnadine Hoerr, noted Hollywood commentator, to simply squeal with delight. Already she
has spotted inconspicuous Mary Neavear, in red gabardine slacks and sun glasses, sitting at a ringside table, apparently on a vacation, greatly deserved after her triumph in “The Man Who Came to Dinner and Wouldn’t Eat.”
The petite hat check girl, Mildred Jent, and Martha Mac Ablaut, poor divorcee who is behind the candy counter, are interrupted from their “w'ho’s-who and how-much-did-they-tip-you?” gossip by the rolling of the drums introducing Jim Dielil. the master of ceremonies. That captivating dance couple, Hart ara Trauh and Ix) vry Maloney, display what four years of extensive gym studies at PCHS can do for you. “Oh bear it down—tear it down” is the wild theme of Knis Haldi and Don Lauterbaeh’s impromptu jam session.
Is it high blood pressure or sunburn that is making Howard Marquardt’s, daredevil driver, face turn red? After a lapse of seconds “Hurricane Howard” finally gets out the w'ord “mouse,” pointing at the tiny animal gaily skipping across the floor. A sharp whistle from Angelo Alesandrini caused the mouse to jump into his pocket. Angelo is as yet not so popular, because of his pet rats he carries with him. The chaos proved of some value, for ’arl Porter, stage producer, got a glimpse of Ina Mae CYoss legs when she jumped up on a chair. Yes, she was the one to star in l.is new show “A Night At Carl Porter’s.”
Say goodbye to the seniors in a special way this year. Fill in the blanks with the graduating seniors’ names, listed below.
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William Robinson Emily Ellis Angelo Alesandrini Francis Rowland Lenora Ertmoed Shirley Dennis Steve Meinik Earl Taylor Richard Diepenbrock Ina Mae Cross Norma Serangeli Oliver Ghelardini Lois Ball Eleanor Galbraith Ralph Naven
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