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TOP: M. Blcmclo, L. Michalski, L. Parks, J. Kasper, C. Tischer, S. Bruder, Kowalski, J. Radlke, L. Drzewiecki, K. Martynski. BOTTOM: K. Kesich,
M. Doxtafer, C. Slrimple, M. Ziegler. ROW 3: J. Switalski, C. Biggs, S. Nowak, K. Glainyk, C. DePefro, L. Kowalczyk, L. Nowakowski, C.
S. Holacla, P. Markley, P. Leifer, L. Flrye, S. Piselc, L. Malloy, C. Crow-
bridge. ROW 2: L. Neklewicz, M. Kiel, C. Duer, F. LaRosa, S.
DuCharme, T. Weclde.
TOP- P Pioi1ekYC iBolek A. Knoche, L. Matte, E. Brownkawski, S. Krug. ROW 2: M. Rewolinski, J. Bulenhoff, S. Gerth, K. Rezufek, L.
Gilbgrr, J. Jorgansan, B. I-lunson. ROW 3: J. Bickler, L. Woicinski, J. Komor, G. Sieber, K. Mayersah, N. Hepp. BQTTONMIS- Buefow, C-
Pelczynski, K. Warwick, M. Zielinski, B. Bromaghim, S. Tuszynski, M. Dargiewicz, B. Day, M. Cain, A. Riera, L. Stropmk, S. Meier, C. Koronka.
TOP: V. Choinacki, B. Fabich, V. Simic, G. Kranich, B. Lucas, G. A. Bielecki, J. Bergren, S. Choinacki, M. Deakin, S. Fehlo. .BOTTOM:
Canfieil, B. Kloth, V. Hrymnak, B. Ball. ROW 3: S. Chromey, M. Long, N, Niezanski, P. Burns, M. Bigalke, S. Miller, L. Garsfeckl, E. Fox,
M. Roth, S. Zagrodnik, C. Rosciszewski, J. Brzezinski, K. Gritz, K. G. Lahti, J. Weiss.
Pmkon. F. Bolvard. ROW 2: A. Woilczak, D. Napeirala, M. O'Brien, i
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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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Proiectionists: TOP: J. Plazek, L. Koier, W. Blankenship, T. Tefelske,
T. Thompson, R. Merritt, S. Wilkiewicz, M. Godding, J. Cerniglia.
ROW 2: M. Zervic, S. Price, L. Kloety, K. Luczywka, A. Barg, R. Kwiat-
kowski, S. Nicgorski. BOTTOM: M. Zaremba, R. Dimickle, D. Bucholz,
P. Shave, L. Strey.
Students Assist in Many Areas
A happy P. A. Crew is busy preparing the equipment for another
student-awakening installment of the morning announcements.
Attendance monitors and Mrs. Evelyn Troglia managed
the awesome task of keeping tabs on Pulaski's 3,000
students. They compiled expansive records of absences,
tardiness, and period absences.
Edith Yankee, librarian, and her library aides
assisted students and teachers in locating books for read-
ing and research. Shelves were stocked and students were
notified of overdue books by active aides.
The stage crew under Mr. James Rieck did behind-
the-scenes work with lighting and sound to create the
"right" effect at various productions throughout the year.
Mr. Duane Allman's proiectionists showed noon hour
movies to students seeking entertainment in the midst of
The audio-visual crew, also under Mr. Allman, operated
equipment for classes using films and records to supple-
ment regular classroom study.
The clicking of adding machines and cash registers,
shelves piled high with books, and innumerable school
supplies set the scene for bookstore monitors who, with
the help of Mr. Gable Nelson, kept Pulaski students sup-
plied with everything from sweatshirts to physics books.
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