Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1956

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RADIO COMMUNICATION Mr, Winkler The Radio Communications C l u b, 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 Monday. An exchange of Q.S.L. cards is made after the members make their radio contacts. Pulaski's station, which was issued to Mr. Winkler, is WQUCI. SPANISH CLUB Miss Flynn Pulaski's Spanish Club is under the leadership of Miss Annette Flynn, The purpose of the club is scholastic as well as recreational. The officers of the Spanish Club are: Irving Boberski, president: Ralph Maciolek, vice-presi- dent: Marlene Zekner, secretary, and Robert Buehler, treasurer. 158 12355 7181108 SCIENCE CLUB Miss Becker The Science Club strives to promote among its members a better under- standing of the methods of science and the work that scientists do. Under the sponsorship of Miss Becker CMrs. Ciric worked with the group during the first semesterj, the group carries on discussions relating to the fields of science in which there is an interest, performs experiments, sees films, and makes tours of industrial laboratories to become familiar with the techniques that are in practice. Individual and group projects give young scientists an introduction to re- search of their own and an opportunity to present results of their studies to the group.

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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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STAGE CREW Mr. Schmidt The stage crew, under the direction of Mr. Leonard Schmidt, are the un- sung heroes of Pulaski. These boys work diligently for spring concerts, class plays, auditorium programs, and noon hour movies. Although their work is done silently and goes un- noticed, our program would not be a success without them. YW if 5:33 we SENIOR PLANNING COMMITTEE Mr, Thurner The Senior Planning Committee, un- der the supervision of Mr. Alfred Thurner, has been very helpful in or- ganizing many of the senior activities. It consists of one elected member from each senior homeroom and carries back current information pertaining to sen- iors. They assist with the Wiscnmnsin State Employment Testing Program, help fellow classmates in taking the Kuder Preference Test and in the planning of college and vocational day programs. This year they conducted the election of class officers and the voting on the method of holding commencement exercises. 9 4 x X ma STAMP CLUB Mr, Shaw The stamp club, under the direction of Mr. Raymond Shaw, has been so popular with the students that it became necessary to divide the group into two. The girls meet on Thurs- days and the boys on Mondays. Both groups exchange basically the same ideas and keep themselves up to date on current events by paging through the numerous stamp catalogues, maga- zines and newspapers available in the club room. Lectures and informal dis- cussions are held for the interchang- ing of new information on various displays.

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