Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1954

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Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI) online yearbook collection, 1954 Edition, Page 159 of 168
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DARKROOM Mr. Groves These boys are under the able leadership of Mr. Ralph Graves. They develop and process all the pictures for the annual and news- paper staffs. The boys spend their spare time working on the proc- essing of pictures. The good work they do results in high quality photographs. SPANISH CLUB Miss Flynn Pulaski's Spanish Club is un- der the able leadership of Miss Annette Flynn. The activities of the club range from art and music to dancing, all with the use of the Spanish language. Near the Christmas holidays, the students sing carols and enjoy the colorful "Pinata." ln spring, the parents of the members of the club are invited to learn of the customs of Spain and Mexico and hear the students sing Spanish songs. Al- though participating in the club is fun in itself, of even greater importance is the knowledge which one gains for future use. SQUARE DANCE Mr, Winkler The Square Dance club gives students a c h a n ce to improve their dancing techniques and also to make new friends. Because square dancing is becoming very popular, this club provides more time to practice and to learn new dances. The snappy "Texas Star" is one of the square dances per- formed in the club. 155

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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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Blue Mask Row 7: L. Sleelh, J. Reesman, L. Hundley, D. Koun, M. Szukulski. Row 6: D. Mayer, K. Kresse, R. Derse, S. Czcrbecki, f. Molendc, K Schmidt, J. Szolwinski, B. Tondechi, P. Fares, J. Millen, J. Fulorczyk, M. Schmidt. Row 4: B. Nieritz, P. Hcmmond, L. Primecu. Row 3: F. Swendowski, N. Springborn, J. Sfosiuk, A. Ahner, Y. Boronczyk, M. Springsteen, G. Dybul, J. Detfloff, C. Kozminski. Row 2: H. Bussian, C. McLoughlin, P. Loewus, M. Lange, B. Nelson, E. Rydzewski, G. Weber, R. Grcsch. Row l: D. Skrobel, J. Weinslock, P. Worley, J. Woshkoviok, N. Kossow, C. Honsen. The chief purpose of the Blue Mask Club, sponsored by Mr. Franks, is to study and appreciate drama. The club offers students in school a chance to participate and gain experience in acting. Each person may participate in the section that interests him most. Students learn about proper stage entrance, walking and sitting on stage, and the correct volume with which to speak. Some students used their ability by writing and producing an original Thanksgiving play. The task of makeup was handled by Miss Cutnaw. Much credit should be given to Miss Hogan and Miss Awe, who contributed greatly and conscientiously worked with Mr. Franks. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Printing by Sells Printing, direction of Mr. Krebs, covers by the North American Press, direction of Charles L. Firnhaberg binding by Boehm Binderyg engraving by the Premier Engraving Co., direction of Roy Stouthamerg several photographs were contributed by the Milwaukee Journal and the Milwaukee Sentinel, Collins Studio, assisted by Mr. james Stark and James Gelhaar, furnished the pictures of the graduates, the candids and the group pictures, Mr. Ralph Graves, faculty chairman, and Allen Swartz, staff photographer, also assisted with the school pictures, Don Gajdosz, dark room technician, was in charge of the developing and printing, Miss Ruth Lassen sponsored the art work assisted by Cynthia Lemanski and Gail Okrayg dedication by Donald Franckeg Scenic pictures by Alvin E. Rutenbeck.

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