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Page 21 text:
Who-oeo is the girl hiding behind the owl glasses? None other than
senior Kaye Hinz playing a mysterious secret agent.
Totally unaware of being photographed, two hip Pulaskians, wearing
the "total look," casually read an AFS notice.
April showers bring May flowers, and Judy Wendorf seems to have
collected her share on her new spring suit.
Fashionable granny glasses were iust the thing to shield monitor
Diane Tischer's eyes from the glare of a shiny page.
Page 20 text:
Fads Mirror Passing Fancies
Holy clothesl This was the year of new fashion ideas.
Fads swept Pulaski, bringing in new styles from head
Taking it from the top, triangle scarfs were big among
the girls. Boys got into the act with leather hats de-
signed in the English trend. Complying with Wiscon-
sin's cold winters, sweaters, especially "poor boys,"
made a hit with everyone. Matching or accenting the
wide array of sweaters, patterned or textured over-
the-knee highs saved many a leg from frostbite on
wintry mornings. Many students were "bootlegged"
as shoes came up over the ankles. White "courrege"
boots added to the "total look" for girls, while boys
preferred darker versions for fancy footwear. Loafers
gave that casual look to boys and girls alike.
Would you believe boys wore necklaces this year?
Would you believe they wore Maltese crosses? Well,
they did! Girls, on the other hand, were enchanted
with the exciting ear baubles introduced this year.
Capes unfolded, but not on students. They were
used chiefly to identify the newest of teen age idols -
Batmanl Golly gee, who's that guy in the groovy tights?
With the coming of warmer weather, Dean Schopp and Mary Goretzki
welcome spring with matching shirts and medollions.
Fashion conscious Pulaskians step out in style wearing the latest
fads in footwear: penny loafers and net stockings.
Wild, kooky, earrings of all shapes, sizes, and colors prove that
the pierced ear look is really "in",
Page 22 text:
"Miracle Worker" Stirs Emotions
William Gibson's The Miracle Worker was the choice
of seniors for their traditional class play. The story is a
moving portrayal of a teacher's efforts to help a blind and
deaf girl realize the world around her. Linda Nadolny as
Annie Sullivan and Elizabeth Tisdale as Helen Keller took
the starring roles. The two evening performances on May
20 and 2l culminated three months of crammed rehearsal
schedules. The cast spent two months memorizing lines
and perfecting movements during after-school practice
sessions. At the beginning of May the pace became more
hectic when technical rehearsals began on stage. The pro-
duction staff performed behind the scenes hunting for
furniture, sewing costumes, and applying make-up for the
Members of the cast and crew attended a special
Drama class conducted by Mrs. Pauline Stanwitt, director
of the play. The class met daily to rehearse the play
and to learn enunciation, projection, blocking, and other
Cast: TOP: G. Potts, E. Beckmann. ROW 3: A. Tyshynsky, L. Nadolny,
G. Klatt, K. Zlotocha, S. Selin, B. Preuss. ROW 2: L. Zervic, R.
Doctor ,,,.,,,,, ......... E llsworth Beckman, Greg Potts
Kale Keller ,,,,,,, .,,.,...,,................... S hirley Musial
Captain Keller ......... ........ A l Tyshynsky
Helen ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,., ..,..... E lizabeth Tisdale
Belle ....... ..... B arbara Patelski
Martha ....... ........,. S ue Larson
Priggy ,,,,,, ....... L inda Pientka
Aunt Ev' ........ ...........,... G eraldine Klatt
James ......... ......... J ohn Ruder, Gary Rodd
Anqgnog ,.,.,,,,,,, ...,............... B ob Heileger
Annie Sullivan ,,,,,,,,,...,....,..,.,.......,................. Linda Nadolny
Blind children .... Mardy Dillon, Pam Gould, Barb Coughlin,
Donna Orlowski, Lynda Zervic, Kathy Zlotocha
Viney ,,,,, ........ ...... S l't irley Selln
Joseph ,.,,,,,, ,...... B ruce Preuss
Heileger, J. Ruder, M. Dillon, P. Gould, S. Rodd. BOTTOM: S. Larson,
B. Palelski, S. Musial, E. Tisdale, L. Pientka.
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