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Photographers Chris Reimer and John Surges look over the shoulders of
Bob Gau and Photography Editor Jerry Runte.
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Senior and Literary Editors, Jane Luczak and Lynn Jonokuchi lseatedl,
and assistants Andie Grundmanis and Priscilla Giguere pause to smile.
Annual Records Memories of Year
Faculty Editors Carlen Schenk and Anita Schultz studied last year's
annual to determine what improvements could be made.
Flashbulbs ceased to flash and typewriters were silent
in room 328, the headquarters of the Cavalier Annual,
as a busy year ended for the editors and staff. Many
hours were sacrificed during study halls, lunch periods, and
before and after school in compiling the mass of informa-
tion gathered during the l965-66 school year.
With the help of Mr. Robert Stieloer and Mr. Albert
Jelinek, this year's editor-in-chief, Margaret Borkin and
assistant editor, Cheryl Losey kept everyone hussling and
bussling trying to meet those all-important deadlines. No
one had a moment to waste. Photographers took pictures
of all school activities, while Pulaski's future writers wrote
copy, cutlines, and headlines. Later the editors combined
both to produce this year's theme, "Pulaski Faces, Fade
ln - Fade Out."
Another important phase of annual production was the
Cavalier Annual Business Staff. Under the direction of
Mr. Eugene Wozny, members of the staff organized the
sale and distribution of the annuals.
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Cavalierettes Step With Precision
Rising to the call of their Sergeant at Arms, the Cava-
lierettes marched through another busy year as Pulaski's
Drill Team. The girls boosted the morale ot players and
the school spirit of spectators as they performed at basket-
ball games during halt-time.
Under the guidance of Miss .lean Kopp and Mrs.
Elizabeth Kienzle, the girls practiced a variety of forma-
tions, many of which they devised themselves. They drilled
every Tuesday and Thursday, rain or shine, and some-
times before school to be sure of their routines. Cavalier-
ettes not only had to be coordinated and willing to
attend all the practices but also had to maintain grades
of "C" or better.
To add spark to their appearance, the Cavalierettes
dressed uniformly in navy skirts, red sweaters with the
Pulaski emblem, and navy tams accented by red plumes.
Marching in Pulaski's traditional colors, the Cavalierettes
were living symbols of school spirit.
Drill Team members, stand up to be counted in support of their
school, spelling out a P for pride, pep, and Pulaski.
High-stepping Barb Erdmann directs the way through the halls for drill
team members during an after school practice session.
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Cavalier Annual Editors and Advisors, Mr. Jelinek, Margie Borkin, Cheryl Losey, and Mr. Slieber worked hard To meef deadlines. V
Activities Editor Sue Heise palienfly sits between Headline Edilors
Betsy Szyszko and Kathy Lubner as they seek her advice.
Cavalier Annual Business Staff: TOP: Suzi Heindl, Karen Traver
BOTTOM: Sharon Astley, Mr. Wozny, Barb Werner.
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