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Page 160 text:
During the past year the Archery
Club, under the sponsorship of Mr.
Wielgtvsz has met on Thursday in
the bicycle court.
Because of the danger involved
with this sport, the membership is
limited to twenty although the in-
terest in archery runs much higher.
The purpose of this club is to
teach beginners the fundamentals
of shooting and scoring. ln the
bicycle court they have a span of
twenty feet. For their practicing,
they use bows with as much as a
forty' pound pull and arrows with
either metal or wooden shafts.
Coach Wielgtwsz cordially invites
all who are interested in the Arch-
ery Club to come out next semester.
Mr. Ralph Groves
The boys in the darkroom are di-
rected under the leadership of Mr.
Ralph Graves. They are kept busy
developing all the pictures for the
annual and newspaper staffs. Their
spare time is spent working to in-
crease the high quality of their
photographs. The boys in the dark-
room deserve much credit for the
outstanding results in photography
which they give to our school.
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, pleasant,
willing to meet people, have pleas-
ing personalities and good grades.
Bargain sales which supply needed
items take place with the idea of
giving students more for their
money than can be gotten in other
Page 159 text:
I gi lim,
Spring brings the most colorful event of the year - the junior Prom. The theme of the 1954 Prom was
"Light" and the theme song was "Moonlight Serenade".
King Tom Inman and Queen Toddy Dolhun reigned over a glittering court. Members of the court of honor
were: Bob KuszewskiiNancy Springborn, Ted Chaney-Carole Kozminski, Dennis Manikowski-Joanne Kay, Donald
Pliszka-jackie Wfishman, Bill Hoeft-Judith Gukich, Dick Stueber-Donna Senft, jerry Andraszczyk-Kathleen Kresse,
Ken Nowak-jo Ann Bawiec, Terry Rose-Sandra Pietrzak, Bob Winterkcmrn-Karen Burmeister, Tom XVysocki-
Carol Talaska, Bob Zeniecki-Celine Andritch, Allen Lemke-Maxine Marcinak. As usual the Layton Park Lions
Club sponsored a terrific Post Prom Party.
Page 161 text:
Miss Zernbrosky, Miss Anderson
The Future Teachers of America
club was organized this year at
Pulaski, under the able guidance of
Miss Zembrosky and Miss Ander-
son. The club is a member of
the national Future Teachers of
America organization. The officers
of this year's club are the follow-
ing: Bernadette Wfnenkowski,
President: Mary Wtvtmd, Vice-Prcsi-
dent: Patricia Ritter, Secretary-
Treasurer: David Kroll, Program
Chairman: and William Wfisialow-
ski, Sergeant-at-Arms. The members
have a chance to become acquainted
with testing programs, tutoring, and
Freshman Orientation, The merit
points that students earn in any of
these fields may be added to those
earned in college Future Teachers
of America organizations.
Miss Ruth Lassen
The Fashion Design Club helps
to create new fashion designers of
the future. lt also inspires students
to try out in the field of fashion or
art. The club's purpose is not only
to study dress designs, but to in-
spire such traits, character, and
manners that are typical of Pulaski.
Miss Ruth Lassen is the faculty ad-
visor of the group. She helps the
students to concentrate on modern
and old fashions. They also have
discussions on up-to-the-minute
By this time, the Folk Fair held
each year during Thanksgiving
week, with its colorful sale of
flowers, goodies, and especially
foreign pastries baked by members
of the International Club has be-
come an established custom at
Pulaski. Some of the profits are
always used to buy food packages
for the most needy in any part of
the world. Then the students hold
a feast for themselves fthis year
Italian and German foodj served
Other international activities in
the club vary from year to year.
This year students who had already
travelled abroad told of their trips
and their experiences. lt is one of
the main functions of the lnterna-
tional Club to stimulate high school
student interest in travel abroad as
the finest means of achieving inter-
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