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Spanish club, under the directic
of Miss Flynn, helps to promote
better understanding of this Latl
American language as well as i
people. The members combir
music and regional dances with tl'
language. The participants gal
much satisfaction from the wot
Advanced Chemistry is a club for Juniors and
Seniors who were able to maintain a high scholastic
average during their years of science. In the be-
ginning of the semester the students decide upon a
certain phase of chemistry on which to elaborate.
This year they concentrated on qualitative analysis,
but have done some work with organic chemistry.
The club meetings consist mainly of lab work con-
cerning the semester subiect. Field trips are planned
to visit industries and see chemistry in action. Miss
Elsen is the faculty advisor.
ln our world of today, many of our greatest achievements
have been accomplished by applied mathematics. Numbers
may be considered only quantities of measurement to us, but
they are the background of many solutions and theories of
world progress, Under the supervision of Mr. Zielinski, the
Math Club is composed of students desiring a technical study
of mathematics, Members are taught how to solve advanced
l problems. Participants in a club such as this are needed for
the basic work and future progress of our nation.
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"ZDRAstvuyti" means "Hi" in Russian. lt is one ot
the many words and phrases learned by members
of the Russian Club. Mr. Endres is in charge of the
newly formed club, which had an unusually large
enrollment in its tirst semester. Students learn the
Cyrillic alphabet, Russian grammar, and something
of the culture and geography ot Russia.
Under the direction ot Mrs. Aylward, the International
Club held its annual Folk Fair during the week ot Thanks-
giving. As is customary, the event was a tremendous success
with the sale ot tlowers, pastries, and the newest addition,
Other projects of the club include developing interest and
understanding ot foreign countries and their peoples.
You say, "Dirt is valuable?" "Yes, sir!
Soil like all the other subiects ot nature
must be properly conserved." These and
many other facts on Conservation are ob-
served by our schools Conservation Club.
Headed by Mr. Kanitz, this organization
takes on interesting studies ot conserva-
tion and its objectives. Outings are
planned to offer members a better under-
standing of how they can apply themselves
tor giving nature a helping hand. lt is
made possible for all interested students
to belong to this club, by limiting the
enrollment to one year.
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P. A. Crew
At the top ot our list ot unsung, indispensable
embers ot school service groups is the P. A.
rew. With their fine cooperation these silent
'orkers perform many unnoticed maintenance
uties for the benefit ot all Pulaskians.
Industrial Arts Service
The Industrial Arts Service Club under the
direction ot Mr. Hoepfner, builds most ot the
props for the Prom, pep rallies, and other school
functions. Up until this year the club consisted
ot boys only, but now it includes both boys and
girls. Aside from enioying their work the boys
and girls experience the satisfaction of knowing
they have helped their school.
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Are you a hom? A radio ham, of course. The
Radio Communications Club, under the direction ot
Mr. Winkler, meets in room 4l2 every Monday.
Here members operate short wave radios and
speak to other hams all over the country.
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