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Page 119 text:
Mr. James Rieck Mr. Leonard Schmidt
WOOCl, MSCl1. Draw., Ind. Draft., Mach. 8r Mech. Draw.
Metal, Stage Crew
Plans for Future
Mike O'Hara discovers that woodworking is full of shavings, slivers
and ultimately a sense of accomplishment.
MY- CUflYle Sivesind Mr. George Winkler
Metvl. Power 81 Trans. Electricity, Arch. 8r Mech. Draw.
VY WV As Brian Schenk tests an engine part in the power shop, fellow students discuss a possible flaw in their mechanics.
Page 118 text:
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
Page 120 text:
Office Staff Keeps School Moving
Mr. Gable Nelson
School Accountant, Bookstore
Mrs. Evelyn Troglia
Miss Marian Ericksen
Secretary to Principal
Miss Jean Haldner
Miss Mary Radonski
"Clink, clatter, shuffle, mumble . . were a few of
the sounds that came from a well known place at Pulaski
-the office. The members of the office staff, a vital group
at Pulaski, produced the conglomeration of noise. Clinks
and clatters rang out from typewriters as secretaries typed
letters and records. The secretaries kept in touch with the
outside world by operating the switchboard. Their duties
also included sorting mail and keeping students' records
up to date.
At times the office was "busier than a beehive."
Hurried teachers, harried parents, and bewildered students
often came to the office staff for necessary information and
directions. An invaluable member of the office staff was
the accountant. His behind-the-scenes work kept the finan-
cial records of Pulaski and its organizations in order.
Miss Carla Vidmar Mrs. Judith Hurley
Office Secretary Library Assistant
Miss Sandra Roepke Miss Allene Dobrzynski
Office Secretary Office Secretory
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