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Putting other work aside, Andie Grundmanis, Mr. Calenberg, and
Lindo Sale confer on the production of the Variety Show.
"How Sweet It ls" as Ann Christ entrances the audience with her
stunning rendition of "Our Day Will Come."
Page 24 text:
Kay Route and Peggy Muelver sing "A million tomorrows will all pass away 'ere l forget all the ioy that is mine today."
Ramblers Display Hidden Talents
Spinning and twirling like a Whirling Dervish, Karen Casarz dances
to delight the audience at the talent show.
The flame of Vaudeville was briefly rekindled on the
night of April T5 when the Student Council staged their
annual variety show, Via a runway, footlights, and various
old time trappings the stage was transformed into a
vaudeville theater of years past. Under the direction of
Andie Grundmanis and Mr. Raymond Callenberg, hoofers,
songstresses, and slapstick comics all paraded across the
stage, giving the audience an ample sampling of enter-
tainment from the nostalgic 20's.
The Variety Show was aptly named, for indeed the
acts were greatly diversified. A barbershop quartet blend-
ed their voices in tribute to the songs grandpa loved best,
while folksingers sang out tunes of inspiration to the ac-
companiment of strummed guitars, For the male segment
ot the audience an exotic dancer was provided complete
with shimmering beads and snaky movements. The Rock-
ing Rams, the Pulaski stage band, provided musical inter-
ludes throughout the show. For the younger generation it
was a chance to experience the spirit of ragtime, for the
old . . . a time to reminisce.
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Hearts Spin in "Springtime Carousel"
Bright colored balloons, grass, trees, and benches trans-
formed the gym into a Gay '90's Park highlighted by a
carousel. Under the direction of Mr. Emanuel Tomasello,
Miss Suzan Braun, and the Junior Prom Planning Commit-
tee, Mr. Peter Boyaiian, with able assistance of the Student
Art League, furnished an outdoor motif complete with an
old-fashioned band stand.
"Carousel" whirled merrily as couples danced upon
the green and enjoyed refreshments. Suddenly, the air was
filled with a buzzing of voices, and King .lohn Wawrzons-
kowski was presented with his lady, Queen Kathleen
Kesich, after which each royal couple was introduced in
turn and participated in the Grand March through the
park. The rolling cavalcade led this year to the post prom
sponsored for the first time by Allen Bradley Co., where
sleepy-eyed couples partook of still more entertainment,
refreshments, and food. A fond good night was bade to
all, with thought of beginning later the same morning and
traveling to a choice spot to end the week-end with
King John Wawrzonskowski Q picnic.
Queen Kathleen Kesich
First Prince Thomas Alberti Second Prince Robert Connolly Third Prince Michael Swanson
First Princess Linda Edwardsen Second Princess Mary Henneman Third Princess Susan Krawczyk
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