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Page 25 text:
Advisors and students on the planning committee discuss ways to
enhance the romance and excitement of prom night.
Members of the prom planning committee listen attentively asims
Gerdes explains the arrangement of decorations for the gym.
The Student Art League uses imagination and talent to create a Parisian atmosphere for the prom.
Page 24 text:
.luniors Spend an Evening in Paris
"An Evening in Paris" was typified by a French cafe
motif which transformed the gym into a powder blue
evening of enchantment. A total transformation was ac-
complished by the Student Art League under the direction
of Mr. Peter Boyaiian. Initial plans were created by the
Prom Planning Committee and its advisors, Miss Renee
Gerdes and Mr. Kenneth Steffen. A sidewalk cafe and
delightful arrays of flowers effected the transformation.
An air of excitement prevailed in the gym until at last
King Frito Rivera and Queen Kathy Flesch were crowned.
Splashes of spring'y color swished and swayed as couples
enjoyed dancing to lovely music. An exciting motorcade
shifted the action to food and entertainment at the post
prom. In the wee hours of the morning, weary but dreamy-
eyed students caught a few hours of sleep before embark-
ing on early breakfasts and fun-filled picnics to round out
King Perfecto Rivera
Queen Katherine Flesch
First Prince Kenneth Penkalski Second Prince Jerry McBrair Third Prince Stun Zabkowicz
First Princess Sandra Peller Second Princess Linda Ragonese Third Princess Janice Morgenroth
Page 26 text:
Underclassmen Fade Into
Every phase of school affects the
growth of underclassmen. Each contact
made in high school adds to their accu-
mulation of knowledge and experiences.
Sophomores face the greatest change
as they are transformed by the novelty
of Pulaski. They must suddenly cope
with greater freedom, responsibility,
and more difficult decisions. lnnumer-
able opportunities for extracurricular
activities stimulate present interests and
create new ones. Pulaski's size pro-
vides a vast supply of social contacts,
each of which enriches the individual
as he adds to his experience.
Having completed the initial introduc-
tion to high school, iuniors begin to try
their wings. By testing what they have
learned and discovered thus far, iuniors
develop the necessary qualities for their
role as future leaders in activities and
sports. ln all they do, underclassmen
strive to imitate seniors, unconscious of
the transition they are making from
childhood to maturity as they fade
through the first two years of high
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