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Page 107 text:
Office Staff Personifies Precision
Mr. Gable Nelson Miss Marian Ericksen
School Accountant, Bookstore Secretory to the Principal
Mrs. Evelyn Troglia Miss Jean Haldner
Attendance Secretary I.B.M. Secretory
Miss Mary Radonski Miss Allene Dobrzynski
Guidance Secretary Secretary to the V. Principal
The pulsating rhythms of typewriters, adding machines,
telephones, and the switchboard could be heard as be-
wildered students, forlorn parents, and help seeking teach-
ers entered the hub of the school, the office. Cheerfully
the office staff performed the services essential to the
operation of the school. During the school year the staff
directed lost sophomores, checked on juniors, and handed
out tons of materials for seniors to complete. With this
ever increasing amount of "red tape", the staff eagerly
accepted newly acquired equipment.
In his role as school accountant and manager of the
bookstore, Mr. Gable Nelson also gave of his services
this year. His job was to balance the school accounts and
to see that the bookstore was always filled with supplies
necessary to satisfy the constant demands of Pulaski's
Miss Carla Vidmar
With a swift flip of the finger Miss Haldner begins the tedious job
of processing 2,300 bent l.B.M. cards.
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ours - A Time
With a clang, a smile, and a sigh the 3:28 bell
Ending the school day and beginning the "active
Tucked away in many obscure corners
Or in the gym or pool or auditorium
Were an order of extra special students
Giving their extra energy and hours to Pulaski.
They were found hunting out their interests,
Detecting flaws in rehearsals before stage time,
Deciphering notes for news stories,
Calculating precisioned dance or swim movements,
Strategically planning checkmates,
Designing new student cheers,
Tuning in on the latest musical scores,
Guarding auditorium entrances with handfuls of
Keeping tabs on absentees,
Patroling the long lockered corridors,
Notifying carriers of overdue books,
Broadcasting the current school capers,
Or hiding in darkrooms during noon hour movies.
Each of these students were rewarded
Not just with a pin or a certificate,
But with a feeling of deep satisfaction,
A feeling lasting not only for an hour of school
But for their posterity,
As a time when giving brought its own reward.
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