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There's nothing like a night
on the town
The room was hot, cramped, dark, and shook with
the vibrations of the music. People bumped and
shoved each other as they tried to dance to reggae.
And the expensive food that was provided simply
got cold. These were familiar sights at the 1986 lu-
This year the 1986 Country Day School Prom was
held at the Airport Hilton at approximately 9:00 P.M.
on Saturday, May 17. Rented black limousines pulled
up to the main entrance of the hotel, dropping sev-
eral of the couples off for the dance.
Inside the Ralph Butler Band played loud reggae
music while people danced on a somewhat small
floor in a much too small room. Sitting at tables
behind the the dance floor couples socialized by
throwing pretzels and drinking the soda that was
served in an adjacent room.
As a couple entered the room, they were sup-
posed to take a gold paper key with a number on it.
Then, during the festivities, numbers were called out
at random and the people with the matching key
number received a prize.
After the band had stopped playing, which was
around 12:00 A-.M., people climbed into their limou-
sines and cars to make the long drive out to the Hill
Behan Lumber Yard in St. Charles.
. .f ,,. V
wc- '- ,
loe Buck returns from
in the Behan's house.
glancing over the pastries as he relaxes”