Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1956

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THE EUTURE TEACHERS CLUB Miss McGory 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 teacher's absence. INTERNATIONAL CLUB Mrs. Aylword 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 international understandings. 156 INDUSTRIAL ARTS SERVICE CLUB Mr. Schulz 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. 'Nu

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ORCHESIS Mrs. Dougherty Hard work and determination are put together with a lot of fun and laughter when the Orchesis Club meets in the gym every Thursday under the direc- tion of Mrs. Dougherty. The result- A lot of aching muscles and a won- derful performance. The girls learn to do falls, leaps, jumps, and similar motions. Later in the year they put on a show, this year having been "The Juggler of Notre Dame", which was a tremendous success and scored a hit with everyone. LIFESAVINC CLUB Mr. Wielgosz The Lifesaving Club, sponsored by Mr. Mathew Wielgtasz, helps students to learn lifesaving procedure and wa- ter safety. To be admitted to lifesav- ing an applicant must first pass a test which requires him to swim three hundred yards for junior and five hundred yards for Senior Lifesaving, executing the crawl, side, elementary back and breast strokes. He must also tread water for one and one-half minutes, disrobe in the water, and hold one's breath under water for twenty seconds. The applicant should also be able to recover a ten pound weight from nine feet of water. The club is open to all grades, ninth through twelfth, the ninth and tenth graders trying for the junior Lifesaving award and the eleventh and twelfth trying for the Senior Lifesaving award. This training in Lifesaving helps many boys to secure life guard positions, which helps to earn money for their college education. PUBLIC ADDRESS CREW Mr. Hall The typical Pulaski day is brightened by the cheerful voices of our Public Address Crew. The students involved are chosen each year by the Student Service Council under the guidance of Mr. Richard Hall. They are judged on the basis of voice quality and speaking ability. Many try out for the positions, but only a few are chosen.

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