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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.
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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Senior Talent Show
The talented students of Pulaski High School climbed
a "Stairway to the Stars" on May 21 and 22. The mood
of the program was set with the theme song "Stairway
to the Stars." Wfhile a couple danced, a chorus of voices
from the A Cappella Choir, and the dance band under
the direction of Mr. Melvin Hillier, provided the back-
ground music. The chorus left the stage to watch the
review from their tables in the orchestra pit and the
A saxaphone solo started the show with a lively beat.
The dance band kept the pace with a number assisted
by a soloist. The "Bell Bottom Blues," a girls' soft shoe
dance line followed. Next, "Wild Nell of the Plains"
ggxlloped into view. This was a pantomime satire on
Western movies. The hero, Handsome Harry falls in
love with the English heiress Lady Vere de Vere. Wild
Nell, although suffering from a broken heart, sees her
duty and rescues Lady Vere de Vere from a tribe of wild
Indians and reunites the lovers. A quartette of boys who
call hemselves "Three Tees and a Putt" made some close
harmony. A style show of fashions from colonial times
up to the present followed. The dance band accom-
panied each scene with an appropriate number. The
fiery "Jungle Fantasy" was danced by a soloist sup-
ported by members of the Modern Dance. Then the
"Italian Street Song" was sung along with a duet
"Indian Love Call." The first half of the program
ended with the "Swan Lake Ballet", a comical interpre-
tation of the classic.
The second portion began with a sparkling produc-
tion number, "Shine on Harvest Moon." It included a
boys' hula line, a tap dance, and singing by the chorus.
The magic of the night was captured by a pair of
talented magicians, and then by a graceful toe dance.
A skit, "If Girls Asked Boys for Dates" answered an
age old wonder in a comical way. The usual dating
situation was switched about. The usual problems of a
girl seemed quite out of the ordinary when experienced
by the fellows, An intricate acrobatic dance was fol-
lowed by a ballroom dance to the strains of "Dancing
in the Dark." A high speed roller skating act was per-
formed for the appreciative audience. The Modern
Dance did an interpretive dance, while a soloist sang
the haunting "Stranger In Paradise." The chorus and
dance band joined the dancers in the finale as the song
"Stairway to the Stars" recalled to us the theme of the
program. This was indeed an excellent opportunity for
Pulaski High School's talented starlets to prove they
were ready and able to climb that Stairway to the Stars.
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