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Page 165 text:
Row 5: R. Lopafe, S. Micale, R. Policka, D, Januchowski, J. Langneas, M, Brown, Row 4: D. Rozanski, S. Loschen
Row 5: J. Roggenbach, G. Place, K. Koslwcrek, R. Koblewski, L. Rydlewicz, Row 4: G. Ligocki, T. Kopczynski, R, lvkavich, C. Littman, T
Geoffrey, R, Maciolekg Row 3: I. Baberski, R. Ciepluch, E. Hohmonn, R. Richman, G. Tomczak, R. Wernsman, Row 2: F. Petrcn, D
Wnukowski, D. Nuesse, O, Cuhak, T. Burgermeister, P. Krush, J, Wyrwas, Raw lr G. Hoeth, L. Nabrzyski, D. Lyon, W. Grenyo, K
Girls' Club Plonning Committee
D. Bartz, C. Szewczykowski, K. Bruening, Row 3. K. Andraszczyk, K. Manke, R, Salarz, J. Sorensen, N, Zabkowicz, J.
L. Robak, C. Kalczynski, J. Hurley, M. Stanny, A, Heling, J. Goller, M Zeranowski, Row li N. Kay, M, Kuwke, D.
A. Norris, S, Seeber.
Felber, K. Yank
Pielechg Row 2
Douglas, B. Falun
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.
Page 166 text:
The students at Pulaski are able to pick the fourth, fifth, or sixth hour
as their lunch period. The cafeteria gives a student the opportunity to buy
a hot lunch at a reasonable price under the government subsidized program.
Milk, ice cream, and candy may also be purchased to eat along with the
lunches from home. After a length of time students may attend a movie
in the auditorium, go outside, or stay in the cafeteria and do homework
or visit with their friends.
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Row 3: J, Nickelbein, M. Ludko, B. Sleffen, P. Pores, C. Yost, N. Seerg Row 2- J. Cofto, J. Popek, M. Olcolt, H. Serondos, C. Nelson,
M. Kupsikg Bollom Row: J. Moczynslci, A. Mcrlrunos, E. F, Merboch, A. Meinberg, C. Paul.
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