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Page 121 text:
Miss Marie E. Poundstone
Faculty, students and friends mourn the loss of Miss Marie E. Poundstone, a teacher
at Pulaski for 22 years. ln his expression of sorrow, Principal Edward C. DeBriae spoke
all of Pulaski:
Miss Poundstone, in her long and dedicated career as a teacher, gave of herself
unstintingly. She was a teacher who loved the young people with whom she worked
-and she never ceased to try to bring out the best in each. She had a deep and
abiding faith in her students-she wanted them to be good citizens and a credit to
the society in which they lived. She assisted those who faltered -encouraged many
to seek higher goals. She cheerfully assisted not only students, but also her colleagues
on the faculty. l know that I not only speak for her many students but for every
member of the faculty when I say that we will miss her cheery smile, and we deeply
mourn her loss. lNovember l, l965l
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
Page 122 text:
As minds are improved through study,
bodies become healthy through physical
activity. One reinforces the other to de-
velop alertness, energy, and stamina.
Through the competition of a wide vari-
ety of sports students escape daily
school routine for brief intervals of fun
and excitement, sometimes even disap-
pointment. In any case all involved
benefit from the strenuous activity.
From 8:00 until 3:30 each day em-
phasis is on concentrated study. Then
the action begins. Sports bugs quickly
fade into energetic activity. The sports
picture flashes to field, to pool, to court,
to track, to gym as both boys and girls
release tensions and develop physical
dexterity through individual and team
competition. Those who do not enjoy
active participation share in the excite-
ment as cheering spectators. Their en-
thusiasm, varying with the degree of the
competition, adds thrill and furor to the
rivalry. Throughout the year this ath-
letic competition develops strong sports-
manship and school loyalty.
Sports Fade Into
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