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The Future Teachers of America, more
commonly known as the F. T. A., is under the
guidance of Miss Asimont. Close to one hun-
dred members do various things around the
school to aid the students and the teachers.
Any morning you can probably find some in-
dustrious F. T. A. member tutoring a student
or assisting some teacher. The club members,
all juniors and seniors, raise money for their
scholarship fund with an annual candy and
Pulaski's bookstore, under the direction of
Mr. Nelson, keeps Pulaski's students supplied
with their classroom necessities.
Pulaski's Student Art League, under the
leadership of Dean Nimmer, Sally Bannennan,
and Rita Kwarcinski, is open to any student
enrolled in an art course. Under the guidance
of Mr. Boyajian, the club members try to
better themselves as artists, to learn the tech-
nical aspects of art, and to prepare themselves
for college art. They are responsible for the
art displays around the school.
Kathie Sternik attempts to sell a Pulaski sweat-
shirt to Laura Biedrzycki and Carol Boswein, two
other bookstore clerks.
Student Art League. Row 4: M. Pilja, S. Banner-
man, K. Hoclgins, J. Vogel, A. Klinkert, S. Licau,
C. Kroll. Row 3: P. Kmiecik, L. Teevan, M. Huck-
storf, J. Dworczyk, S. Lindner, E. Molenda, B. Zych.
Row 2: R. Rewolinski, D. Koslowski, K. Renock, S.
Carr, I. Salewski, K. Honkavaara, E, Jirku. Row li:
D. Nimmer, T. Schmidt, R. Jakubiak, J. Schilling,
W. Rosinski, R. Reamer.
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Service Clubs Enhance Pulask
F. T. A. Row 5: M. Thiel, K. Holt, E. Jirku, B.
Osterland, E. Molenda, B. Plese, L. Volt, C. Brown
K. Johnson, C. Heiderich. Row 4: J. Kammerer, B
Wroblewski, B. Pias, K. French, M. Disch, G
Skozek, H. Rolirad, M. Holton, M. Blandino. Row 3:
K. Renock, C. Jashek, C. Brindowski, N. Niemczyn-
Row 5: K, Levandowski, E. Hirsch, S. Kaun, C
Koehler, A. Dolney, K. Kelley, B. Krueger, K. John-
son, C. Czerwinski, B. Edwards. Row 4: C. Kroll, J
Haugen, M. Harsh, S, Seymer, C. Lowell, G. Gratz
L. Stennis, M. Schroeter, J. VanGroll, J. Wilkowski
Row 3: R. Kwarcinski, D. Bauer, K. Bartell, P
Piorkowski, P. Hartung, V. McDermott, K. Sweeny
Ski, C. Bauer, B. Jablonski, S. Bartz, N. Fritz. Row
2: R. Kaletka, P. Cook, S. Bordsen, C. Kosinski, C.
Wesolowski, D. Kozlowski, E. Seibel, S. Fritsch, B.
Madell. Row 1: J. Wendt, L. Behling, S. Stearle,
J. Roensch, K. Snartemo, S. Kamke, M. Leister,
K. Van de Zande. Row 2: L. Sutton, C. Dickson, L.
Teevan, S. Radotich, S. Wisniewski, B. Zak, S.
Longo, E. Sroczynski, L. Bjorklund, J. Terrill. Row
1: K. Fichtner, G. Pohland, K. Hinz, B. Dallman,
S. Seefeldt, C. Hanna, B. Kmiec, R. Fregin, B.
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Row 6: S. Schwanberg, J. Haugen, S. Perushek
W. Pulkinen, B. Horn, M. Chu, S. Benedict, B. Ed
Wards, A. Szymborski, R. Banholzer, R. Boyum, C
Gallatin, J. Voelz. Row 5: M. Thiel, B. Plese, J
Zielinski, D. Gminski, M. Meyer, D. Skory, L. Hop
penrath, M. Robak, C. Dickson, J. Dolacin, C. Thiel,
D. Edwards, D. Stachelski. Row 4: S. Waite, J
Jepsen, K. Ott, J. Kammerer, C. Szyzlia, S. Eng-
bring. Row 3: B. Osterland, G. Pohland, K. Homu-
los, M. Decker, S. Koegel, C. Stoll. Row 2: S. Feld-
mann, J. Klingbeil, S. Wendorf, M. Kullinger, E.
Szymczak, S. Blankenship. Row 1: C. Heiderich,
P. Vardin, C. Schuh, K. McNeil.
Orchestra Is Mirth And Melody
Accompanist for orchestra is Bob Hausner.
The Senior Orchestra, under the direction
of Mr. Stepner, works diligently throughout
the school year to bring to the students and
their parents the high quality music that is
played at the Christmas and Spring Concerts.
In addition to these performances, the
orchestra also plays at other concerts such
as the annual Teachers' Convention, and
Wood Veterans' Hospital.
The 1962 Christmas Concert featured the
orchestra playing the "Pastoral Symphonyn
from Handel's "Messiah," 4'Christmas Festi-
val," and the "Hallelujah Chorusl' from
Beethoven's "Mount of Olivesf'
The orchestra now consists of approxi-
mately 87 members and is truly indicative of
the high standards of Pulaski's musicians.
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