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At some time in our lives we all
wish we could shoot a bow and arrow.
The Archery Club under the direction
of Mr. Wielgtxsz gives interested boys
and girls the opportunity to satisfy
this urge. Beginners are taught the
fundamentals, while more experienced
members work to perfect their tech-
niques. The Archery Club meets once
a week during eighth hour.
The bookstore, which is operated by
Mr. jankowski, provides opportunities
for clerking, manipulating a cash reg-
ister, use of adding machines.
Some of the qualifications a book-
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treme honesty, pleasing personality, a
determination to work, and the ability
to maintain a "B" average or better
in his studies.
The girls working in the bookstore
this year are: Shirley Pelkowski, head
cashier: Dorothy Halbeck, assistant
cashierg Karen Bannerman and Joyce
Mrs, Hancock, Mr, Thurner
Ballroom Dancing, under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Viola Hancock, is open
mainly to junior and senior students.
Here the basic fundamental steps of
such dances as the Fox Trot, Waltz,
Bunny Hop, Two Step and the Tango
are taught. The main purpose of the
club is to promote a larger attendance
at our dances, especially the jr,-Prom.
The members of this club gain poise
and ease on the dance floor and acquire
many new friends.
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The Future Teachers Club under the
guidance of Miss McGary has had a
very progressive year. The elected
officers were: President, Bill
Wisialtmwskig Vice President, J a n et
Kielczynskig Secretary, Ellen Ewing:
Treasurer, Nancy Smith, and Program
Chairman, Shirley Pelkowski.
Some of their activities during the
year were a speech by a foreign ex-
change student from Norway on Nor-
way's school system, a trip to the Uni-
versity of Wisctrnsin, Madison, to
learn about the teacher training set
up there, helped Cudahy High School
set up a Future Teachers Club, and
individual club members took over
classes at Pulaski in the case of a
This year, the Folk Fair held during
Thanksgiving week, was more colorful
than ever with its sale of flowers,
goodies and especially foreign pastries
baked by members of the International
Club that has become an established
custom at Pulaski. This year's profits
were used for Thanksgiving Baskets
and food packages for the most needy
in any part of the world. As a re-
ward the students were served in style
in the cafeteria by caterers.
Other international activities in the
club vary from year to year. This
year foreign exchange students arrived
from England and Austria and told of
their trips abroad and experiences. It
is one of the main functions of the
club to stimulate high school interest
in abroad as a fine means of achieving
The purpose of Pulaski's Industrial
Arts Service Club is to give assistance
whenever it is needed. They construct
the many props for the rallies, plays,
and other school projects. Ideas and
drawings are formulated and made
during the first part of the week, then
the completion of these ideas is done
during Thursday's and Friday's eight
hours, in Mr. Schulz's Wtmtmdshtmp 4.
The boys have the satisfaction of par-
ticipating in and seeing their accom-
plished work. Various dances, plays,
and individual school requests for re-
pairs were serviced by this club.
Planning, drawing, estimating, and
viewing with a sense of work well
done were the principles of the club.
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