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TOP: J. Plazek, D. Schopp, E. Beckman, N. Gorski, M. Dressler, R. Cole, Blake, C. Adams, L. Burns. BOTTOM: M. Mecha, K. Schindler, E
B. Radtke, D. Grobel, B. Campion, L. Kraft. ROW 3: G. Smith, E. Tisdale, P. Mroz, B. Niemczynski, A. Grunclmanis, S. Brookman, B
Lotus, J. Bigczlke, 5. Zamiahn, C. Reich, M. Bielowski, S. Meyer, C. Blanczak, B. Zimney.
Chantek. ROW 2: P. Potrikus, K. Lubner, M. Krzyston, L. Russell, L.
As concert time approaches, choir members practice in an attempt to sing a selection without the aid of their music.
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TOP: J. May, T. Hoefs, K. Tenwinkel, W. Waite, G, Gondek, T. Banach, Klatt, S. Schwamb, C. Nelson, S. Flach. BOTTOM: D. Nowak,
C. Olson. ROW 3: M. Crnovich, C. Louderbach, G. Dziadosz, M. Glander, J. Kuzclas, N. Schlaak, B. Stauffer, B. Erdman, E. Stawskl,
Strum, G. Wilson, G. Robison, D. Wachowiak, D. Kidetz, J. Wohlen. P. Kaegeorge.
ROW 2: R. Heiliger, E. Klawien, D. Ambrosh, J. Rucler, D. Mold, G.
A Cappella Resounds With Melody
Tone, pitch, cmd rhythm challenged Pulaski's A Cap-
pella Choir as they began a new singing year. About
ninety select voices combined to make up the choir. Along
with their director, Mr. Alfred Niefer, they worked hard
at daily third hour rehearsals and early morning practice
sessions to perfect their arrangements.
Brand new red stoles accented traditional blue robes
when the choir performed at the annual Christmas and
Spring Concerts. They also sang selections for the January
graduation. An ensemble of choir members performed a
service to their community by singing for the Elk's Club,
and for the patients at County Hospital at Christmas time.
For the Christmas Concert the Choir sang three lively
joyous selections: "Fanfare" by Shaw, "We Wish You the
Merriest" by Brown, and "He is Born" arranged by
Wagner. Accompanied by the Orchestra, the Choir sang
a moving arrangement of Vivaldi's "Gloria" to complete
Mr. Niefer conscientiously tries to direct the choir, read music, and
keep time on the piano all at one time.
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Girls Glee Sings
Keeping his place with one hand and directing Girls' Glee members
with the other, Mr. Raccoli has almost run out of hands.
TOP: R. Zivcic, K. Niemierowicz, M. Rolland, K. Kaddatz, E. Grabowski
J. Fregin, M. Miller. ROW 3: C. Edwards, C. Papia, J. Schneider, Bi
Schulist, J. Tremmel, S. Tenwinkel, P. Dombrowski, N. Brendelson.
Out in Harmony
Adding a cheery note to Pulaski's music agenda, Pulaski's
Girls' Glee blended melodies as they participated in both
the Christmas and Spring Concerts. For the Christmas Con-
cert, the girls sang a host of songs, ranging from the
traditional holiday favorites to a variety of new selections.
The candle-light procession, a Girls' Glee tradition, was a
highlight of the program. A background of soft, pastel
formals set the stage for the Spring Concert. Voices echoed
the exciting air of spring in the many and varied numbers
the Girls' Glee chose for the performance.
Under the direction of Mr. Arthur Raccoli, Mr. Alfred
Niefer, and Mr. Ronald DeVillers, the girls met throughout
the day to perfect songs, to practice do-re-mi's, and to
improve tone quality. The goal of many girls was a place
in the A Cappella Choir. Mr. Alfred Niefer, director of
the Choir, held auditions in the fall for interested pro-
spective members. Q
ROW 2: H. Kosiboski, M. Frontczak, J. Fischer, K. Jaeger, C. Mussa,
J. Waterstraat, D. Sikorski, H. Fritz. BOTTOM: P. Mielcarek, C.
Penneau, M. Gering, L. Young, N. Simons, R. Ingram, K. Miiokovic.
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