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Page 155 text:
Seniors Form the Upper Crust
Sparkling with radiant enthusiasm, Pulaski's seniors
continued to keep alive the old tradition of school spirit.
Though busy filing job recommendations, choosing col-
leges, and filling out college applications, they displayed
their zealous energy by actively participating in all
Seniors could be distinguished by many outstanding
characteristics. As Booster Girls and Lettermen they sold
tickets to school functions. Throughout the year, they
presided as officers of clubs and were leaders in extra-
curricular activities. Easily recognized by their tarnished
class rings and over-used slide rules, they were heard
discussing memories of the past three years and plans
for the future. Spare time was spent exchanging class
pictures and preparing for the multitude of activities sur-
While working hard at times and enjoying themselves
at others, they eagerly awaited graduation. Before they
knew it their tassels were turned, their hard-earned
diplomas were presented, and the proud graduates,
leaving Pulaski for the last time, took an important step
into the future.
Phillipe Garnier, a French foreign exchange student attending Mar-
quette High School, smiled after a day of visiting Pulaski.
three years of climbing up and down stairs between classes, this
senior decides to give his feet a rest and use his hands.
Evidentally Tim Terrill thought the photographer was carrying a gun
as he three up his arms in surrender saying, "Don't shoot!"
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As Pat Minder captures the attention of her speech class, others
waiting their turn try to cure a mild case of butterflies,
Yesterday, average in height, today, a giant, Mike McGrew "grew"
astoundingly overnight to the surprise of his fellow Pulaskions.
Andie Orlowski stops for 0 chat with Scott Wilson proving that the
busy life of a monitor is not all work and no play.
Brian Bartz, a hard working industrial arts student, gains mechanical
experience while operating a drill press.
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January Crowd Leaves the Scene
A flurry of activities led to the long-awaited day
when Pulaski said good-bye to another group of seniors
in January. Class officers were busy checking on last
minute details under the guidance of the class sponsors,
Mr. James Coady and Mr. Carlyle Sivesind. The senior
planning committe formulated a full schedule for the
graduates. Baccalaureate services and a breakfast were
held on the Sunday preceding the important clay. The
traditional banquet was also held on graduation day
in the cafeteria.
City Librarian Richard E. Krug was the guest speaker
at the commencement exercises held in the auditorium.
The class gift was presented to the school by Varis
Grundmanis, class president. The presentation of diplo-
mas marked the close of three colorful years at Pulaski.
Diana Grobel Carolyn Paprocki
January Class Sponsors, Mr. Coady and Mr. Sivesind, look over plans prepared by Class Secretary Marilyn Kamke, Treasurer Cynthia
Adams, Vice-President Pe'er Schultz and President Varis Grundmanis
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