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Page 77 text:
TOP: B. Preuss, G. Potts, M. Shoemaker, S. Pisek, S, Faytis. ROW 2:
K. Wishman, S. Selin, M. Banach, A. Tyshynsky, P. Sadowski, W.
Gregory Potts and Geraldine Klott cordially greet Donna Nowak in
the living room of the Day house.
Reichardt. BOTTOM: G. Pommerening, unknown, D. Nowak, C. Fiene,
L. Zervic, K. Zlotcha, G. Klart, L. Nadolny.
With suitable shyness, John Ruder and Candy Kersich tell their mothers
the happy news of their engagement.
Lincla Ncidolny and Shirley Musial enioy 0 bit of breakfast chitchat
while other members of the cast look on.
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Page 76 text:
Cheers Greet "Life With Mother"
On January 21 and 22 the Blue Mask Players presented
Life with Mother, a three act comedy by Howard Lindsay
and Russell Crouse, This delightful portrayal of American
life in the late l890's is a sequel to Life with Father, which
the group presented two years ago. Mrs. Pauline Stanwitt
directed the play, which featured Al Tyshynsky and Linda
Nadolny in the lead roles of Father and Winnie.
Try-outs were held in fall for students interested in
dramatics and willing to contribute time, energy, and con-
centration toward the success of the play. Besides the
cast, many students worked behind the scenes on the
production staff to provide effective background and
costumes for the action of the play. Several months of
rehearsals before, after, and during school hours served
to perfect lines, gestures, and blocking and to achieve a
professional performance. A dress rehearsal and two
successive presentations of the play climaxed the long
hours of hard work.
TOP K Kroll C Richter J Truss M Kordas ROW 3 S Royseck E BOTTOM: M. Emmet, B. Coughlin, K. Goff, E. Tisdale, C. Schindler,
er L Plentka J Ruder J Huen k ROW 2 C Kerslch M. Adrian, C. Cervero, T. Zidonowitz, D. Orlowski.
Page 78 text:
TOP. W. Hammel, J. Banholzer, K. Homulos, P. Glienke, D. Christian-
sen, L. Kohl, D. Zimmerman, C. Malmarowski, D. Wilson, S. Blake,
M. Benedict, R. Lahman. ROW 4: K. Krolski, D. Conlon, S. Moran, R.
Koch, K. Klockow, R. Lemke, L. Hansen, P. Pisarzewicz, W. Gallatin,
S. Crew, R. Gau, J. Lewis, J. Valone, K. Foucault. ROW 3: M. Strum,
R. Konecny, V. Bleiweiss, P. Sweet, M. Ligocki, F. Pietri, R. Fruehwald,
. Klingsporn, R. Aken. ROW 2: R. Rabideau, D. Stachelski, K. Route,
P. Elchuk, J. Lidner, P. Kageorge. BOTTOM: L. Nadolny, D. Bobbe.
Band Scores With First Revue
Mr. DeVillers directs the band with great vigor and vitality as he sets
a brisk tempo for a fast-moving number.
All types of music, from the Beatles to Mozart, occupied
the band, which was conducted by Mr. Ronald DeVillers.
A full rewarding year began with 7:15 practices every
morning during football season. All the members of the
marching band including drum maiors, maiorettes, and
the color guard, worked hard to perfect opening and half-
time performances. Awards were presented at the tradi-
tional Christmas party to deserving band members who
had marched for two years.
"Firsts" prevailed throughout the year. Pulaski's band
was invited by the Wisconsin Music Educators to play for
Teachers' Convention. A band review, the first at Pulaski,
was presented in January. lt was a one-band show staged
as a fight entitled "Old vs. New." Samples of music by
strikingly different composers from several eras provided
a tremendous range of entertainment. Another honor was
the distinction of marching in the Lovell Day parade,
honoring Milwaukee's astronaut.
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