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Page 163 text:
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.
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
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
Page 162 text:
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.
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.
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
Page 164 text:
The Booster Club is a new school organization under the direction of Mrs. Dougherty. The club was organized
to boost the sales of pom poms, football pins, and tickets for all school functions. It now consists of nineteen senior
girls, but there are plans to increase the membership of the club in the future. The girls wear red blazers and navy
blue skirts as uniforms.
Mr. Simpson, Miss McGurry
In order to meet the desires of the students, the Blue Mask Club has been divided into two different groups.
Mr. Simpsons group learns the arts of speaking, putting the greatest emphasis on debating, while Miss McGarry's group
concentrates mainly on dramatics. Wlietlier a student is interested in oration or dramatics, he will find what he wants
in the Blue Mask Club.
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