Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1955

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LIPESAVING CLUB Mr. Wielgosz This club, sponsored by Mr. Wielgtmsz, teaches boys water safe- ty and lifesaving procedures. It is open to all grades, ninth through twelfth, the ninth and tenth grad- ers trying for the junior Lifesaving Award, and the eleventh and twelfth graders for the Senior Lifesaving Award. To join the club an appli- cant must first pass a test comprised of: swimming three hundred yards for junior Lifesaving, and five hundred yards for Senior Lifesav- ing: executing the crawl, side, ele- mentary back and breast strokes: treading water for one and a half minutes, disrobing in the water: re- covering a ten pound weight in nine feet of water: and holding one's breath under water for twen- ty seconds. This training helps many boys to secure life guard positions, thus also earning money for their college educations. PUBLIC ADDRESS CREW Mr. Hull just like the sun, these cheerful people brighten Pulaski's day when they interrupt the silence of home- room period to bring us the morn- ing announcements over the Public Address System. These students are chosen each by the Student Service Council, under the guidance of Mr. Hall. They are judged on the basis of voice quality, and speaking abil- ity. From the many who try out for announcers, twenty are chosen. Two substitute members are also selected. 158 MODERN DANCING Mrs. Dougherty Modern Dancing under the di- rection of Mrs. Dougherty is also known as the Orchesis. The club meets in the girls' gym every Thurs- day, and it consists of about twenty girls. The girls put on a wonderful show called "Toy Shop" which was its main performance. They made their own costumes for this per- formance. The girls worked very hard to make this show a success- ful one.

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FUTURE TEACHERS OE AMERICA 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. FASHION DESIGN 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 fashions. INTERNATIONAL CLUB Mrs, Aylwcird 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 by caterers. 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- national understanding. 157



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RADIO COMMUNICATICN Mr, Winkler The Radio Communications club, instructed by Mr. Winkler, consists of boys who are "Radio Hams" and are interested in making radio contacts. These boys spend their time with the transmitters and receivers in room 410, eighth hour every Mon- day. An exchange of Q. S. L. cards is made after the members make their radio contacts. Pulaski's station, which was is- sued to Mr. Winkler, is XV9UCl. POLISH CLUB Miss Philipkowski Tuesday is the day when Room 203 is alive with the informal formalities of the Polish Club. Its members sing Polish songs, have guest speakers and movies occa- sionally, and social events and pro- grams. They participate in Pulaski's Folk Fair and this year they sent two parcels of food to needy peo- ple. The club was organized to assist in the teaching of the Polish language, customs, and history of the Polish nation. SCIENCE CLUB Dorothy Ciric The purpose of the Science Club, under the direction of Dorothy Ciric, is to provide supervision and aid to those people who are inter- ested in some field of science. By exchanging ideas, those who are specializing in some particular field receive a better overall picture of how the fields work together. During club meetings experi- ments are performed, ideas ex- changed, and advice or more accurate information is obtained. Movies help to make some of the more difficult phases easier to un- derstand. 159

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