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The Lifesaving Club meets on
Tuesdays the eighth hour, under
the direction of Mr. Wielgtwsz.
These boys must be able to swim
at least 200 yards and be able to
do the four main strokes: breast
stroke, side stroke, elementary
back, and crawl stroke. They
study and practice the various
breaks, approaches, and carries
used in the rescue of a drowning
v i c t i m . These boys are also
taught methods of keeping them-
selves afloat in case of an emer-
The Tennis Club teaches the
fundamental strokes of the game
and how to adapt these strokes to
a tennis situation. Fall tourna-
ments are conducted every year
for players to match their skills.
The 1953 singles tournament was
won by Carol Zaharias.
The Fashion Design helps to
create new fashion designers of
the future. lt also inspires stu-
dents to try out in the field of
fashion or art. The club's purpose
is not only to study dress design,
but to inspire such traits, char-
acters, and manners that are typi-
cal of Pulaski. Miss Ruth Lassen
is the faculty advisor of the
group. She helps the students to
concentrate on modern and old
fashions. They also have discus-
sions on up-to-the-minute fashions.
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The Ra d i o Communications
Club is made up of boys who
have their "Ham Ticket." They
report every Monday the eighth
hour to Room 410, where our
transmitters and receivers are lo-
cated. The boys spend their time
in making radio contacts after
which they make an exchange of
QSL cards. Our station here at
Pulaski High is W9UCl issued
to the radio instructor, Mr.
The Home Nursing course re-
quired for all senior girls is
taught in the health classes by
Mrs. Viola Hancock with assist'
ance from Red Cross registered
nurses. The main object of the
course is to have students learn
how to care for the sick by actual
demonstrations and performances.
The girls learn how to recognize
signs of illness, how to prepare
healthful diets, and how to give
effective and safe care in follow-
ing doctors' orders, while caring
for the sick.
The Commercial Service Club
under the direction and guidance
of Miss Delia Lindsay provides
its members with an excellent
background in the technical skills
so important to anyone who plans
-on entering the business world
today. This group, which meets
during the eighth hour every
Monday, is open to all ambitious
juniors and seniors who are
anxious to become competent busi-
ness men and women after gradu-
ation. The members of the club
cut stencils, operate mimeograph
machines, and improve their skill
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The bookstore, operated by Mr.
jankowski, provides opportunities
for experiences in clerking, count-
ing cash, and manipulating a cash
register. The bookstore monitors
must be extremely honest, pleas-
ant, willing to meet people, have
pleasing personalities and good
grades. Bargain sales which sup-
ply needed items take place with
the idea of giving students more
for their money than can be got-
ten in other stores.
The Archery Club, under the
direction of Mr. Wie'lgosz, meets
once a week during the eighth
hour. Its membership is open to
both boys and girls. Targets are
set up behind our school when
weather permits, or in the bicycle
room during winter months, The
fundamentals of archery are
taught to the beginners w h i l e
others with experience work to
perfect their techniques.
IR. HIGH BAND
The junior High School Band
is an organization in which young
people who are just beginning on
musical instruments or who are
not advanced enough to enter
Senior Band, are taught the funda-
mentals of music under the direc-
tion of Mr. Melvin Hillier. They
meet the eighth period eve r y
Vifednesday. This group gives any
person with musical talent the
opportunity to become a fine
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