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MARTHA A. KARGE DONALD C. FRANCKE
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BRADLEY SPLINTER RICHARD KNUTH
Remember when we were freshmen, lost in a maze of
halls, trying to find the cafeteria, swimming pool, or one
of our classrooms? We wondered whether we could use
the black bubblers without a pass. Could we use the
elevator? We would always hurry to our classes, and
then sit there a long time waiting for the tardy bell to
ring. We did our homework every day, and attended
sports events and noon hour programs regularly.
Remember our junior year and all of the fun we had
as upperclassmen? Some of our friends made the first
football team: now the games were a must. We all at-
tended the event of the year, the junior Prom, and didn't
arrive home until early in the morning.
ROSEMARIE PINTARICH PETER JUSZCZAK
Remember those first days of our sophomore year?
Oh, how good it felt not to be a lowly freshman any
more. Now we held our heads high as intelligent sopho-
mores. We joined clubs and went out for sports. We
felt that it was about time to start attending dances. We
were beginning to forget to rush to our classes in the
fear that we would be late. We eagerly looked forward
to becoming upperclassmen,
Seniors, proud and self-confident, our minds were filled
with a terrific number of club and senior activities that
had to come before us this year. Then came honor day
and finally preparation for our own graduation. At last
commencement evening came, when we walked across the
stage and received our diplomas. Now as we graduates
look into the future before us, we think back into those
four, happy, by-gone years and recall our high school
experiences. We miss you Pulaski - our Alma Mater. . .
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AHNER, ANITA "Anita"
Elective, Lost and Found Mon-
itor, Alternate-Senior Plan-
ning Committee, Thanksgiv-
ing baskets, Honor S t u cl y
Hall, Blue Mask, Fashion De-
sign Club, Cafeteria Service.
"Anita will make the world
a prettier place to live in."
ANDERSON, ALAN "Andy"
Elective, Track, Cross-country,
Jr. Prom Court of Honor, Jr.
and Sr. Lifesaving, H o n o r
Study Hall, Ballroom Donc-
"If at first you don't suc-
ceed, try, try again."
BAGINSKI, ARLINE HAflll'76'I
Elective, H o m e Economics
Club, International C I u b ,
Spanish Club, Ship and Shore
Review, Honor Roll.
'The world is your oyster,
ready to open."
BAKER, RUTH "Ruthie"
Stenagrciphic, A Cappella
Choir, Mixed Chorus, Christ-
mas Program, Spring Con-
cert, Thanksgiving program.
"Too good to be true . . .
That's what we think of you."
BALTUS, DANIEL "Danny"
"Nothing is a trifle to him
who feels it with such sensi-
BANACH, CAROL "Carol'
Elective, Fashion Design Club, Girls' Glee, Christma
Program, Noon Hour Program, Hall Monitor, Attenc
ance Monitor, Tennis Club.
"A friend for every time she smiles."
BARANCZYK, YOLANDA "Yo-Yo
Stenographic, Vice-president of Blue Mask, Student Ar
nouncer, G.A.A., Camera Craft Club, Tennis Cluk
Home Nursing, Hall Monitor, Office Monitor, Infirmar
Monitor, Pageant, Homecoming Rally Noon Hour Pr:
"Laughter makes trouble incidental."
BARANOWSKI, EDWARD "Butch'
Elective, Boys' Intra-Murals, Ballroom Dancing, Archery
Sqquare Dancing, Senior Band, Industrial Arts, Senic
Orchestra, Christmas Program, Pep Rally.
"Wisdom consists of having a great deal to say ani
not saying it."
BARFKNECKT, DOUGLAS "BClrdGltl'
Elective, A Cappella Choir, Boys' Glee, Intro-Murals
Pageant, Thanksgiving Play, Christmas Program.
"Quiet! l'll sing my solo now."
BAUMANN, JOHN "Johnnie
Science, A Cappella Choir, Spring Concert, Annuc
Staff, Swimming, Tennis, Senior Planning Committee
Sr. Talent Show, Jr. Prom Court of Honor, Lifesavin
Club, Water Ballet, Boys' Glee, Archery Club, lntrc
murals, Inter-class Swimm Meet, Noon Hour Progran
"A splash, a wake of foam - and Johnnie bring
another winner home."
BECKER, FRED "Pauncl'io
Elective, Science Club, Band.
"Enioy your life before it's fled, 'cause when yo
die you're really dead!"
BEHLING, BARBARA "Barb
Science, Blue Mask, Hall Monitor, Office Monitor, Moc
ern Dance Club, Vaudeville, Pep Rally, Ballroom Dancing
"Girls may come and girls may go but here's th
girl we'II remember most."
BEITZEL, ROGER "Bitz
Elective, Intramurals, Ballroom Dancing, Industrial Art
"To act with nonsense is the best wisdom I know.
BERGLAND, PAUL "Woody
Mathematics, Sr. Band, A Cappella Chair, Cavalic
Annual Staff, Spring Concert, All-City Band, Footbal
Track, Freshman Orientation, Pep Band, Square Dan
ing Club, Lifesaving Club Ballroom Dancing, Intramural
"A wit, a wizard, and a wonder!"
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