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Page 18 text:
WEINER, RAYLEEN "Roy
Welfare Monltorg Blue Moskg
Attendance Monitorg Spring
Concert, Christmas Program.
"Few can equal and none
surpass the charm ot this
WEINER, RONALD Ron'
Science Clubg Hall Monitor
Captain, Camera Club,
'Experience is the tools
best teocherg the wise donit
WICHERT, BARBARA "Chub
Tennis Clubg Infirmary Moni-
tor: Girls' Gleep Spring Con-
certg Christmas Program.
"Always looking for fun,
Jr. Prom Court of Honor? In-
dustrial A r ts Service Clubg
Gym Monitory Intromurolsg
The happiest person is the
person who thinks the most
Page 20 text:
June Graduates al 1956
GREGORY CORNEHLS FRED UNGER
Remember our freshmen days when everything was in
a fog? Everytime we used the bubbler we peered out of
the corner of our eyes waiting for an upperclassman to
try and sell us a pass. We swallowed the name "Freshies"
as we walked down those ever confusing corridors and
attended all the noon hour programs. We wondered if
we would ever have the feeling of belonging.
Then came the first appearance of daylight. As
Sophomores we became more secure and learned a few
answers. We began attending the sports events and
dances. We learned about those little white slips and
took advantage of them about three times a semester.
But to be upperclassmen was still our goal, and we knew
progress had been made when we looked back at the
NANCY SMITH WILLIAM CHIMKA
There were no more clouds in our way. We were
Juniors now and really climbing the ladder. The home-
work was just s-ome scribbled work done in the home-
room periods. Our life was filled with the enjoyment of
school activities. Our own classmates were among the
heroes of the numerous sporting events and we supported
them with our attendance to the fullest extent. The Prom
highlighted our junior Year with Memories.
Everything is bright and dazzling, for we are now
Seniors. Almost, all the rules are disobeyed in a foxy
manner. We made sure our remaining weeks were filled
to capacity with activities, as june would soon be here.
We are excited about graduationg but, as we stop and
look back, we shall never forget all those wonderful
memories Pulaski has given us.
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