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Page 115 text:
Miss Edna Vdnderbetk Mrs, LqVerne Dougherty
Adv- Swim, Booster Club, Health., G.A.A. Advisor
"But holy cancer sticks," said Mrs. Doughtery emphatically to her
senior health class, "Batman dcesn't smoke or drinkl"
Students in a modern dance class create an interpretive drawing in-
spired by the rhythm and mood of a piece of music.
Miss Vanderbeck gets in on the act as members of a iunior gym class
enthusiastically participate in a fast game of volleyball.
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Mrs. Viola Hancock
Health, Family Liv
Mrs. Angeline Newman
Health, Modern Dance,
Cheerleaders, Orchesis Advisor
Page 114 text:
Practicing for a gymnastic meet, Chris Reimer executes a series of
scissor cuts on the side horse.
Mr. Kenneth Royal Mr. Clarence Scherr
Dept. Chairman, Athletic Director Adv. Swim, Swimming Coach
Phy. Ed. Keeps Students in Shape
Mr. Scherr observes the slamming of a "set-up" in an animated volley-
ball game played by team-spirited Pulaskians.
ln a speech to Congress on February l4, l963, John F.
Kennedy commented, "Good physical fitness is essential to
good physical and mental health. If our young men and
women are to attain the social, scientific, and economic
goals of which they are capable, they must all possess the
strength, the energy, and good health to pursue them
Physical fitness for American youth was carried on in
the Pulaski tradition. Exuberant yells and cheers from the
gymnasium and pool echoed throughout the Physical
Education Department. In the pursuit of physical fitness,
spirited Pulaskians exercised, danced, and swam. Energetic
teachers directed extra curricular activities such as G.A.A.,
Nature, Orchesis, Lettermen's Club, Booster Girls, and
Cheerleading. Sore muscles, bruises, bumps, and tired feet
attested to many strenuous activities.
Mr. Ronald Stram Mr. Matthew Wielgosz
Apparatus, Adv. Swim, Health,-Tennis Coach
Driver's Ed., Gymnastics Coach
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Miss Mohr gives a confused young seamstress some helpful hints on
sewing a garment with a professional touch.
Miss Loretta Mohr Mrs. Therese Kueng
Dept. Chairman, Clothing Family Living, Foods
Home Ec. Spices Pulaski Life
Tantalizing, hunger-inciting aromas escaped from foods
classes in the Home Economics Department. Future home-
makers learned the basics of food preparation with focus
on management of time, energy, and money. Through
actual practice, girls gained valuable skills in the use of
kitchen equipment and in cooking. Humming sewing
machines and snipping scissors identified clothing classes.
Clothing students sidelighted construction of garments with
lessons in wardrobe planning and personal grooming.
Family care and the family aspects of homemaking
composed the family living courses. Also included in the
three semester course were topics such as home planning
and home management, The course was supplemented
by the study of home furnishing and decorating, and the
organization of housekeeping in the "Model Home."
Pulaski girls strove to establish values which give mean-
ing to personal, family, and community life.
A group of home economics students practice the art of being good
hostesses at a party for their little brothers and sisters.
Mrs. Florence Markwardt Mrs. Margaret Parcelle
Clothing, Family living, Family living, Hf-with,
Home Ea Cwb. Home R- GUU
Miss Marie Poundstone
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