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Page 117 text:
Mr. Daniel Yesko
Dept. Chairman, Spec. Ed.
Mrs. Hartenthaler and Mr. Yesko smile with pride as they pose with their students, Richard Himmelspach
and Christine Wrecza, the first recipients of the Special Education Graduate Honor Award.
Special Ed. Teaches Fundamentals
Mrs. Bernadine Clements Mrs. June Hartenthaler
Spec. Ed., Clothing Spec, Ed,
A Special Education student put the finishing touches on his art proiect
before turning it in for a grade.
"Work experience" echoed the goals of the Special
Education Department. Faculty members and students
combined forces to realize their goal. All of the learning
did not occur in the classroom. Seniors gained actual ex-
perience by working at local firms. Full credit and a salary
supplemented valuable knowledge of a useful trade. When
training was completed and graduation arrived, the stu-
dents were guaranteed employment.
The Special Education Department set high academic
standards. Awards for exceptional academic achievement
provided worthwhile goals for hard-working students.
This year two January graduates were the first recipients
of these awards. Mr. Daniel Yesko, Department Chairman,
made the presentation at the Honor Day program.
Throughout the Special Education program, faculty mem-
bers geared studies to the level of the students.
"The Human Body at Work" was the topic of conversation as Mr.
Yesko answered the questions of Special Education students.
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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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With a smile of satisfaction, Andrew Karpinski gives the screw driver a
final twist before assembling all parts of his proiect.
Mr. Howard Davenport Mr. Neil Hoepfner
Power 8. Trans., Engine Tune-up, Wood, Football Coach
Lockers Track Coach
Mr. Otto Northquest Mr. Joseph Brenner
Dept. Chairman, Metal, Voc. Ed. Metal, Mech. Draw., Equip. Mgr.
Pounding hammers, knocking engines, and buzzing
saws livened the tempo in the Industrial Arts Department.
Faculty members encouraged the practical use of nails,
hammers, blueprints, and T-squares in various shop classes.
New equipment in the shops, such as an engine analyzer,
a distributor tester, a variety of electrical testing equip-
ment, a milling machine, a floor drill press, and a surface
grinder, helped to broaden the fields of study.
Pulaski graduates obtained employment in the technical
areas of engine tune-up, machine shop, and industrial
drafting through the Vocational Program. Under the
direction of Mr. Otto Northquest, Pulaski boys were en-
couraged to train in this program during their junior and
senior year. The School Board, the State Education De-
partment, and the Federal Government brought about the
addition of auto engine tune-up to this year's curriculum.
lndustriously filing a piece of metal down to precise measurements, an
industrial arts student is conscious of nothing but completing his task.
Mr. lon Loebel
. Driver Ed., Lockers
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