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Mr. Leonard Schmidt
The stage crew, under the direc-
tion of Mr. Leonard Schmidt, are
the unsung heroes of Pulaski.
These boys work diligently for
spring concerts, class plays, audi-
torium programs, and noon hour
movies. Although their work is
done silently and goes unnoticed,
our programs would not be a suc-
cess without them.
The Senior Planning Committee,
supervised by Mr. William Tiernan,
consists of one elected m e m b e r
from each senior homeroom. The
committees usefulness has been
proved by carrying back current
senior information to their home-
rooms. They assist with the Wis-
consin State Employment Testing
Program which is taken by one-
third of the senior class. They
also help in the planning of col-
lege and vocational day programs.
Their aid is very helpful in organ-
izing many of the senior activities.
Mr. Raymond Shaw
The stamp club, under the direc-
tion of Mr. Raymond Shaw, was
organized for the purpose of giv-
ing stamp collectors a place to dis-
cuss and exchange ideas on their
ho b b y . Stamp catalogues, maga-
zines and newspapers are made
available to keep the collectors up
to date on current events. Lec-
tures are arranged for the inter-
changing of new information on ar-
ranging displays. The club is in-
formal and urges free exchange of
hobby ideas among members.
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Miss Delia Lindsay
The Commercial Service Club.
under the direction of Miss Delia
Lindsay, provides its members with
an excellent background in the
technical s kills so important to
anyone who plans on entering the
business world today. The mem-
bers of the club cut stencils, oper-
ate mimeograph machines, and im-
prove their skills in typing. This
group, which meets during the
eighth hour every Monday, is open
to all ambitious juniors and seniors
who are anxious to become com-
petent business men and women
Miss Annette Flynn
Pulaski's Spanish Club is under
the leadership of Miss Annette
Flynn. The activities of the club
range from art and music to danc-
ing, all with use of the Spanish
language. Near the Christmas holi-
days, the students sing carols and
enjoy the colorful "Pinata". ln
the spring, the parents of the mem-
bers of the club are invited to learn
of the customs of Spain and Mexi-
co and hear Spanish songs. The
officers of the Spanish Cluh are
Kenneth Lavine, president, Nancy
Kabut, vice-president, Cleo Smith,
secretary, jean Winninger, treas-
The purpose of the Industrial
Arts Service Club during the se-
mester is to help when help is
needed. They construct the many
props for the rallies, plays, and
other school projects. ldeas were
formulated and the drawings made
during the first part of the week.
On Thursday's and Friday's eighth
hour the work is done on these
ideas by fifteen boys in Mr. Schulz's
Wfoodshop 4. The boys have the
satisfaction of participating in and
seeing the i r accomplished work.
Various dances, plays, and indi-
vidual school requests for repairs
were serviced by this club. Plan-
ning, drawing, estimating, and
viewing with a sense of work well
done were the principles of the
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The Tennis Club, supervised by
Mrs. Schubert, teaches the funda-
mental strokes of the game and
how to adapt these strokes to a
tennis situation. The players have
a chance to match their skills every
year in the fall tournaments. For
the third time in a row Carol
Zaharias won the tournament, beat-
ing joan jaworski in the finals.
Blue Musk Club
The chief purpose of the Blue Mask Club, sponsored by Mr. Simpson and Miss Cutnaw, is to
study and appreciate drama. The club offers students an opportunity to participate and gain experi-
ence in acting. Students learn proper techniques for staging as well as the proper pointers for gain-
ing stage presence. In addition to acting, students may also learn about scenery, costumes, makeup,
and other activities which are necessary to stage productions.
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