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MRS. AYLWARD MISS NEWMAN
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January Graduates al 1956
DAVID KROLL RICHARD LEITGEB
Lost and Lonely:
No two words can more accurately describe how we
felt in our first days at Pulaski. It wasn't hard to get
lost in such a large building, and we soon learned we
were better off not to ask upperclassmen for directions
because they always made sure we would never reach our
destination. Anytime we stepped out of the security of
our homeroom, we experienced that lonesome feeling
which only a freshman can describe.
Crazy and Lazy:
During our sophomore days we grew lazy when it
came to studies, for we all experienced that "Sophomore
Slump." This was the year we attended all the school
affairs and went out of our way to show everyone we
were no longer lowly freshmen.
DIANE PAWLAK PETER CZAJKOWSKI
Fearless and Friendly:
Our junior days were busy and fun. We began to take
our studies more seriously, although we had less time in
which to do homework. We no longer feared the teachers,
and nothing seemed too big for us to overcome. Our
eighth hours were filled with activities, and we all had
a splendid time at our one and only Junior Prom.
Busy and Bright:
At no other time did we realize how much there was
to do and how little time we had to do it. Our many
senior activities left us little time for homework, which
we had finally come to realize was very important. Our
last days here at Pulaski were filled with happiness, but
they were also sad for we realized that soon our high
school days would be only happy memories.
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International C l u bg Swim-
ming, Ballroom Dancing,
A Cappella Choir, Senior
"Tall, dark, and handsome
There is no friend quite
ARMBRUSTER, GILBERT "Ace"
BARD, DARLA "Darla"
Senior B a n d, A Cappella
Choir, Gym Monitor, Advanc-
ed Tennis Club, Blue Mask,
"Although she's always on
the run, she's never too busy
to have her fun."
BARTSCH, JEROME "Jerry" BLAKE, JAMES "Brute"
Stamp Club. Ballroom Dancing.
"Quiet people are wel- "Oh, come on - flex a
come everywhere," muscle for us!"
Ve. -eii l
BOWERSOCK, WALLACE "Jules"
Hall Monitor, Trees For Tomorrow.
"Manana-that's good enough for me."
BRUNNER, ANNE "Annie" l
Office Monitor, Ballroom Dancing.
"Cheerful, enthusiastic, and clever."
BURMEISTER, KAREN "Karen"
Jr. Prom Court of Honor, A Cappella Choir, Freshmen
Orientation, Sr. Lifesaving, Attendance Monitor.
"Shes an electrocutie-a livewire brunette,"
BUSSIAN, HELEN "2O Point"
Cavalier Annual Staff, Jr, Prom Court of Honor, Future
Teachers Club, Homecoming Court of Honor, Booster Club.
"A darling little gal, but lull of mite, in other words,
CHASE, NANCV "Bunny"
Intermediate Band, Hall Monitor, Infirmary Monitor:
Girls' Glee, Tennis Club. '
"Nancy enioys a little bit of everything in school
CRIER, LlNDA "Lindy"
Spring Concert, Christmas Program, International Club,
"Talking is the gift of women."
CZAJKOWSKI, PETER "Pete"
Golf, Wrestling, Cross Country, Spanish Club, Science
"This nice and modest lad is at the head of our class."
DEMSKI, RONALD "Demo"
"A likeable fellow and well worth knowing."
EWALD, RONALD "Norbert"
"Happy am l, from care I'm free, why aren't they
all content like me?"
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