Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1954

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SR. PLANNING COMMITTEE Mr. Tiernon The Senior Planning Commit- tee, supervised by Mr. Williant Tiernan, consists of one elected member from each senior home- room. The committee's usefulness has been proved by carrying back current senior information to their homerooms. They also assist with the various tests that seniors are required to take and help in the planning of col l e g e and voca- tional day programs. Their aid is very helpful in organizing many of the senior activities. P. A. CREW Miss Manton just like the sun, these cheer- ful people brighten Pulaski's day when they interrupt the silence of homeroom period to bring us the morning announcements over the Public Address System. These students are chosen each year by the Student Service Council under the guidance of Miss Ruth Manion. They are judged on the basis of voice quality and speak- ing ability. From the many who try out for announcers, only ten are chosen. An eleventh, suhsti- tute member is also selected. Q tm., STAMP CLUB Mr, Show This club is under the sponsor- ship of Mr. Raymond Shaw, and was organized to give stamp col- lectors a centralized meeting place to discuss and exchange their ideas on the hobby. Collectors gain experience through arranging displays, exchanging and auction- ing stamps, and hearing lectures. Stamp catalogues, magazines and newspapers are available to keep the collectors up to date on cur- rent events relating to their hob- by. The club is informal and urges free interchange of hobby ideas and information a m o n g members. 153

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BOOKSTORE Mr. Jonkowski 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. ,,. 'ia ARCHERY Mr. Wielgosz 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. 152 IR. HIGH BAND Mr, Hillier 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 musician.



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POLISH CLUB Miss Phillipikowski livery Thursday Room 205 is buzzing with the activities -of the Polish Club, organized to teach the students of Pulaski about the customs, background, and lang- uage of the Polish people. The members sing typical Polish songs, have guest speakers, panel discus- sions, and plays. Social programs have also been planned. W sf. "s. gi K STAGE CREVV Mr, Schmidt Heading the list of the many unsung heroes about Pulaski, we find the boys under the direction of Mr. Leonard Schmidt, known as the Stage Crew. Always on the job, the "backstage boys" take part in such things as noon hour movies, s p r i n g concerts, class plays, and the special auditorium programs which are familiar to us all. Although their work is done silently and unnoticed, our programs would not be a success. 154 'QW LlGl-IT CREW Mr, Franks The light crew consists of boys from the stage crew who operate Pulaski's new lighting equipment at school functions. This year the light crew handled the effects for the water ballet program, Sym- phony and jazz. They also took charge of the lighting for the Junior Prom. This group is un- der the leadership and direction of Mr. Barnett Franks.

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