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Page 97 text:
Marquette University's student teachers of Pulaski, Miss Jean Grittins, Miss Donna Voight, Miss Dorothy Derwinski, and Miss
Judith Perhay, extended thanks to the faculty for a semester of valuable teaching experiences.
Batman, in his everyday disguise as Mr. Davenport, readies his mini-
ature batmobile for another thrilling adventure.
Mr. Allman is caught an the roof during a football game after record
ing an exciting scrimmage for posterity.
Page 96 text:
Teachers Open World of Knowledge
' :inure s more to the mirror than meets the eye," explains Mr. Brussock
to a group ot reflective physics students.
On Conference Day, Mrs. Pederson and an iniefseimi --.Mi fi
Educating, supervising, and guiding students through
their high school years kept Pulaski's faculty busy. The
lives of teachers were complicated by homework assign-
ments, test papers, IBM cards, student records, and report
card grades. Besides their regular classroom duties, many
teachers assumed the added tasks of supervising students
in study halls and in the cafeteria. Teachers gave special
help to students having trouble with a particular subject
and to those showing special interest.
Teachers used their experience, skill, and knowledge in
specific fields to accomplish their most important duty:
educating students and preparing them to be well-in-
formed, useful citizens. The guidance department provided
students with information and direction as they looked to
the future. Homeroom teachers kept students' records and
helped them plan a course of study for their years at
Pulaski. Many teachers helped students to express special
talents and interests through extra-curricular activities. The
faculty provided advice and guidance for the student body
in all areas of school lite.
Page 98 text:
English Employs Language Skills
Miss Marie Theoret
Dept. Chairman, Adv. English,
Mrs. Pamela Bunning
English, Jr. Red Cross Advisor
Miss Violet Asimont
English, F.T.A. Advisor
Mr. Raymond Callenberg
English, Speech, Variety Show
Miss Daring enriches the humdrum lives of Pulaskians as she sheds a
new light on the various facets ot literature.
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English, that "foreign" language, presented a problem
to many Pulaskians. Faculty members in the English
Department struggled to impress students with the im-
portance of proper grammar. They guided their classes
through grammatical escapades and adventures in litera-
ture. Sophomores will never forget the famed Silas Marner,
one segment of their general literature course. Juniors had
their Scarlet Letter ot American literature fame, while
Seniors struggled with Gulliver's Travels and Macbeth in
English literature. Troublesome themes and terrifying re-
search papers kept teachers and students busy. Special-
ized courses permitted students to study a favorite phase
of writing. Creative writing and advanced composition
concentrated on precision of expression.
The Speech Department developed speaking capa-
bility. Speech classes concentrated on enunciation, pro-
iection, and poise. A dramatics class taught basic dramatic
skills and produced the Senior Class Play.
Mr. Clarence Conrad Miss Eunice Doring
English Adv. English
Miss Jaclyn Gorsuch Mr. Norman Gradecki
English, Speech, Debate Club English, Basketball Coach
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