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Row 5: Guse, R., Gourley, K., Bishop, R., Kornowski, R., Cody, P., Schneider, R., Gralinski, D., Geoffrey, T. Row 4, Randy, R., Heiderich, S.,
Miller, R., Brossman, S., Spielberg, R., Liengeirn, D., Ulmo, A., Fellows, R. Row 3: Rzepecki, J., McSweeney, B., Katorski, R., Noviak, A., LaFleur,
A., Schertzl, R., Amundson, B., Laumann, D. Row 2: Larsen, G., Hutchison, T., Anderson, M., Helton, L., Konieczny, N., Apps, D., Ruck, R.,
Joers, W., Strzelecki, E. Row I, Salverson, D., Luczywko, J., Six, M., Wilson, D., Bieniewski, M., Niwo, H., Guthman, R., Trulen, J.
Under the management ot Mr, .lankowski
the girls in the bookstore sell books, paper,
pencils and other supplies. The bookstore
is open before and after school every day.
At the beginning of each semester the book-
store is open every period ot the day to be
ot service to both faculty and students. The
head cashier is Cheryl Luck, assistant cashier,
Betty Flagg, clerks, Dolores Skibinski and
A big and important part ot all scho
productions is played by the boys in tl
wings-the Stage Crew. These boys, wi
Mr. Schmidts direction, are always on har
to maintain tor us at Pulaski an active stag
with a satisfied audience.
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Row 6: Johnson, C.: Doss, E.: Gebel, R.: Hawke, B.: Johnson, J. Row 5: Fryt, D.: Liiewski, M.: Miller, J.: Michalaski, M.: Leverence, B.: Man
ei, M.: Johnson, J.: Klawien, K.: Andreiczyk, M. Row 4: Foley, K.: Deck, J.: Lindquist, J.: Luck, C.: Batterman, N.: Gasper, V.: Muehl, P.: Bartsch,
K. Row 3: Deczynski, J.: Englehart, W.: Jereb, S.: Barr, E.: Muskin, N.: Britt, G.: Kubnick, J.: Kurtz, C.: Branch, H. Row 2: Hoffmann, S.: Bober-
ski, L.: Linck, M.: Jazwiecki, P.: Dettling, C.: Knutowski, D.: Fink, K.: Liehrman, S. Row l: Bvony, P.: Gross, J.: Meyer, B.: Marin, B.: Priiic, M.
Roback, L.: Feryan, J.: Horn, G.: Andreiczak, K.
The Booster Club, composed only of senior girls, is under the supervision of Mrs, Coplon. These
girls assist in the selling of various school items, such as tickets, pins, and football programs. To be
a Booster Girl you must have all marks above ci A Booster Girl con always be recognized by
her red iacket, white blouse, navy blue skirt, and friendly smile.
L - .le l l
Row 6: Ingram, S.: Hilton, K.: Hanel, S.: Leisfer, B.: Eggers, R.: Mozach, K.: Alpner, M.: Muschall, D.: Gallun, V. Row 5: Wagner, D.: Rossa
M.: Wolbach, K.: Zirnny, N.: Wilke, L.: Jakubicz, P.: Lesniak, N.: Kolacinski, C.: Jahrmann, B. Row 4: Schwab, J.: Rozanski, D.: Sorensen, J.
Yock, K.: Hart, M.: Sockett, C.: Pielich, J.: Stoebich, C. Row 3: Semeniak, S.: Zobkovvicz, N.: Paulsen, B.: Slowik, L.: Ziolkowski, P.: Swiderski
S.: Stott, M.: Vistart, C.: Schunk, K, Row 2: Schnell, K.: Tucholka, L.: Swiatek, C.: Walesa, A.: Rydzewski, J.: Noon, K.: Rutka, K.: Steinke, M
Row l: Slowinski, C.: Shaffer, S.: Raccoli, J.: Szymaszek, P.: Speerbrecher, S.: Runde, B.: Seiser, J.: Zaborovvski, V.: Rozga, C.
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Who helps plan our Vocational, College,
d Armed Forces days? Who plans our
nior banquet, dance, and other activities
ncerning graduation? Supervised by
. Tiernan, the Senior Planning Commit-
:, consisting ot one representative from
ch senior homeroom, does these various
ties. They also check on caps and gowns
d assist in various testing programs.
Who are iust about the busiest people
when spring rolls around? Why, the mem-
bers ot the Junior Prom Planning Com-
mittee, ot course! These students, one
representing each iunior homeroom, take
charge ot planning the annual dance,
making and putting up decorations, pro-
viding tor a band, planning the post prom,
and generally getting things lined up in
The Girls' Club Planning Committee is
composed ot two girls from each 9B 8K 9A
homeroom advised by Miss Cannon and
Mrs. Hancock, these girls meet the first
Friday of every month and discuss the
tuture activities of the club. Among the
numerous programs ot the group are talks
on hair styling, charm, and tloral arrange-
ments. There also are style shows and
dances in which all the girls take part.
Being a large and active club it is an
excellent opportunity for freshman girls
to become acquainted with high school
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