Spring Valley High School - Saga Yearbook (Columbia, SC)

 - Class of 1986

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l.et's Dance lt was going to be my first and his last prom so I wanted everything to be perfect. I figured that a month would be plenty of time, but to my surprise, it merely scratched the sur- face. I The chore of dress hunting began for Mom and me in mid April. We couldn't seem to agree on anything and if we did, the dress was either too expensive or didn't fit. We finally bought a dress in Charlotte. I loved itg Mom hated it - but we were both tired of looking. The day finally arrived. l had an appointment to get my hair put up at noon. Three hours later, l came out looking so sophisticated that I hardly recognized myself. When l got home, a dozen roses sent by my boyfriend were waiting for me. He had thought of every- thing. The remaining hour and half were spent racing around the house try- ing to put on make-up, get dressed and fight off my mother, who was desperately trying to arrange flow- ers in my hair. The doorbell rang. My date was here and he looked great. As we exchanged corsages and bouton- nieres, the photo session began. Mom was taking movies while Dad- dy and Grandmother settled for reg- ular camera shots. Finally, we were on our way! Our first stop was a small cocktail party. Then we went to the Summit Club for dinner. We had an elegant meal and danced on the ballroom floor. At about 10:00 we arrived at the Russell House where the Junior- Senior Prom was being held. We stood in line forever to have our pic- tures made, then progressed to the dance floor, Threshold, a Prince look-a-like band, played the music for hun- dreds of students. The dance floor was packed and I was only able to dance for 15 minutes at a time for fear of over-heating. By midnight, perspiration was glowing on the faces of everyone left on the floor and the majority of girls had aban- doned their shoes hours earlier. From the prom we went to a party and breakfast where we stayed until my curfew - an early 2:30. As the evening came to a close, l looked back on all the troublesome months of preparation and decided that I couldn't wait to do it all over again next year. Melissa Miller Graduate Mike Emmet waits patiently as his date, Janet Massingill, fixes his boutonniere. Sponsor Peggy Clement puts the finishing touches on one of the students attending the prom. "l thought it was beautiful. The juniors did a great job," according to Clement. "l.et's Dance." For the second year, juniors and seniors jam to the music of Threshold at the prom. About 500 students at- tended the prom. I

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Senior Rob Cooper and his date, Sharon Underwood, are enjoying the punch at the prom. Cooper says, "I thought it was great, the only problem I had was with the heat." The couple went to Yamato's a chinese restaurant, before the prom and to a party at a triend's afterwards. Senior Maria Stalzer and senior Dean Mabe take a break from the prom activities. "The prom was real nice. Dean put one ofthe paper parrots in his coat tor me to have as a souvenir from the prom," Stalzer said. wine What a night to remember! "Almost Paradise" was the theme ofthe '84-'85 prom. More than 500 students attended Among them were graduate Terri Eller and senior Dan Phillips. They take a minute to review the program. prom

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