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Prom Came l'Once Upon a Time"
King Charles Cannistra
Queen Denise Gagnon
The romantic air ot a feudal castle was the mood
created for the 1968 Junior Prom by the Planning Com-
mittee under the direction ot Mrs. Adamski and Mr.
Kezele, lt was held on May TO in Pulaski's gym. But the
gym was not a gym, rather the inside of a fantasy
palace. The Prom Decoration Committee, under the direc-
tion ot Mr. Boyaiian, readied the setting for the grand
night. Turrets lined the walls, tapestries, shields, and
coats-of-arms enhanced the scene. A careful arrangement
of lights gave the dance floor the mystic tint that all
medieval castles hold.
Here Udamsels in distress" were rescued by their
"knights in shining armor" as both minstrels and trouba-
dors filled the castle with waltz, iazz, and pop music.
Chivalry reigned supreme. Later in the evening the court
assembled tor the Grand March. Led by King Charles
Cannistra and Queen Denise Gagnon, the gentlemen and
their fair ladies strutted down the Great Hall.
The Post Prom, held at the Allen Bradley Company,
was sponsored by the Lions' Club. Here students could
dance until they dropped or, it they preferred, eat to
their hearts' content. Thus "Once Upon a Time" lived
happily ever after in the hearts of all.
First Prince Gary Golembiewski Second Prince Arvin Pyawasay Third Prince Patrick Laughrin
First Princess Vera Colovic Second Princess Joan Literski Third Princess Gail Lucas
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c assmen Round Gut The Cast
Men without bones . . . seniors without under-
classmen. Both unfeasible, without the support
of the one, the other is a mere shell. Men are not
men without bones, seniors not seniors without
underclassmen. For, contrary to many seniors' be-
lief, sophomores and iuniors are vital to the
school superstructure. Remove them and the struc-
ture collapses, dissolves completely. Remove them
and the seniors cease to exist. For the sophomore
is the senior's embryo and the iunior his fetus.
Seniors and underclassmen. They coexist as
Siamese twins, inseparable, with a sibling rivalry
which borders on hostility. They must bear each
other through their journey, drawing their nourish-
ment from the some lite source, moving, breath-
ing, and living as one.
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