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With Mr. Shaw looking on, Stamp Club members peer at intriguing
stamps from far away places.
Mr. Allman helps Astronomy Club members fry to make hea
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Future Teachers of America: TOP: S. Wroblewski, S. Stecher, D. Sinski, Niesiewicz. ROW 2: L. Zervic, J. Scheiner, K. Dorn, L. Hansen, K.
D. Winters, M. Lutomski, S. Heise, M. Lupiezowiec, R. Adam, J. Brin- Larson, S. Czaicki, E. Dreger, S. Musial, S. Schneider, C. Eggert, K.
dowski, N. Hutt. ROW 3: J. Wendorf, D. Holland, M. Kordas, M. Zlotcha. BOTTOM: C. Dutch, S. Bessa, B. Phillippi, S. Blake, K. Dal-
Krzyston, K. Chrotowski, J. Kubatzki, C. Mattes, G. Pommerening, K. rymple, G. Tewalt, P. Nolan, V. Schopp, M. Matyas, L. Brauer, S. Selin.
Clubs Further Special Interests
Departing from the regular school routine, the Home Economics Club
held a cheery party and sampled their "home brew."
A newly-organized Home Economics Club sprouted
forty members at its weekly meetings. Accompanied by
its sponsors, Mrs. Florence Markwardt, Mrs. Therese Kueng
and Mrs. Margaret Parcelle, the group visited the University
of Wisconsin's Home Economics Department. They raised
money with a Halloween cookie sale in the cafeteria,
and organized a Christmas Tea.
One hundred juniors and seniors of Future Teachers
of America held monthly meetings to learn about teaching
as a future career. Miss Violet Asimont and Mrs. Susan
Hackl supervised, as members assisted teachers and
tutored students. They brightened Pulaski's holiday spirit
with their annual Christmas holly sale and Valentine's
Day candy sale.
Stamps-old, new, foreign, United States, identified,
unidentified - kept members of Pulaski's Stamp Club busy
every Friday afternoon. Mr. Raymond Shaw helped them
to identify their stamps and made rare stamps available
for their viewing.
"Story-eyed" Astronomy Club members held bi-weekly
meetings with Mr. Duane Allman. Together they read
books, peered through telescopes, and participated in
Twice every week a strange clicking noise escaped
from Mr. Vernon Fabishak's room. The sounds were
emitted by the nimble fingers of the members ofthe Radio
Club who were busy learning how to use Morse Code.
With a knowledge of the code these students will be able
to obtain their novice licenses to operate a ham radio.
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Participation Increases Students' Skill
The game is chess-the object is checkmate-and two Pulaskians
concentrate on achieving this obiective during a practice game,
Smilina with satisfaction, Mr. Fabishak has convinced these
Specializing in behind-the-scenes work, the ten member
Student Art League produced posters to promote a host of
school activities ranging from football games to the junior
prom. With the help of Mr. Peter Boyaiian, talent and
time were utilized in the creation of a 200-foot mural on
the history of art.
Members of the Fish and Wildlife Club strived to
achieve the conservation of nature's gifts to man. Under
the direction of Mr. Thomas Pyzyk and Mr. Glenn Kanitz,
the club took various field trips and viewed films on
hunting and gun safety.
lntellectual exercise resulted from Tuesday sessions of
the Debate Club. Miss Jaclyn Gorsuch met with the fifteen
members who conducted debates on current issues
throughout the year.
Every Wednesday the members of Pulaski's Chess Club
met to play and discuss the various phases of the game of
chess. After practicing among themselves, the members
of the club participated in the city chess tournament at
Peculiar odors and an occasional "boom" character-
ized Friday meetings of the Science Club. Mr. Vernon
Fabishak supervised experiments performed by these
future scientists of America.
'ee members of the Science Club that chemistry can be fun.
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