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who wants it. A student can concentrate on
college requirements or he can go into the
field of some trade. No matter what our
choice is, we are given every opportunity to
advance in our modern high schools.
Richard Kuegel and Mr. Sivesind contend with a
problem of Mechanical Drawing.
Sandra Gwitt are seen practicing on the life-like
dummy, "Resuscitation Annie."
Sally Pendley, Sue Hoeth, and Pam Manske prac-
tice the art of making a bed in Health class.
Miss Anderson, doing what she knows how to best.
Mrs. Alyward observes as foreign language stu-
dents hear the true sounds of the tongue.
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Lee Ozols to Jane Sedlak, "Janie please, I'd rather
do it myself!"
Biology students cut apart a frog, naturally, to see
what composes a frog.
Indians visit a Pulaski history class. How!
Everyday of our school life we add more
and more to our store of knowledge. Our ex-
periences become greater through what hap-
pens to us in each of the classes we attend. A
broad liberal education is offered to anyone
Mr. Rieck explains a Wood saw to boys in his
class. "Be sure not to cut yourself. Ouch!"
The art of artificial respiration is taught in Girls'
Health by Mrs. Hancock. Karen Westley, and
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Pert Kmiecik and Dave Hudzinski 'tplunking outfl
Jane Sedlak steadily pours Liga Ozols a cup of
tea. Sharon Lutz asks if the contents of the
The A Cappella Choir practices before their
Jeanette Haugen puts the finishing touches on
an art project.
Mr. Cole prepares to construct a circle with a
compass. Let's hope it turns out better than the
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