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Page 113 text:
Color Guard: STANDING. S. Cionciolo, D. Kurth, C. Ubick.
KNEELING: K. Homulos, L. Zokon, K. Donchoe.
Drum Muiors: DuWoyne Sruchelski cmd Robert Konecny.
TOP: K. Mulok, K. Obremski, J. Kaddutz, J. Rohleder, J. Tomczyk, M. Banach, D. Deeds, W. Pinske, K. Ross, S. Voch, F. Tortorice. BOTTOM:
Ullsirup, S. Londo, T. Scrcxricrno, M. Wilflieff, A. Jacobi, A. Krueger. G. Heony, B. Budislik, P. Perkins, J. Pietri, L. Nodolny, D. Bobbe,
W. 3: C. Tucholko, D. Geisler, A. Krook, A. Knak, R. Recs, M. G. Bauer.
Bielcwski, K. Dulku, R. Aken. ROW 2: P. Liolicdis, D. Kurfh, M.
Page 112 text:
Band "Saints" Perform in Concert
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Maiorettes: STANDING: Christine Malak, Jackie Bigalke, Karen Kroll.
KNEEUNG: Karen Obremski.
TOP: K. Klowkow, D. Christiansen, P. Glienke, W. Hammel, L. Kohl
D. Wilson, D. Shepherd, J. Sommers, R. Wiklin, K. Kroll, J. Bigalke
ROW 3: K. Krolski, S. Moran, R. Koch, K. Homulos, W. Gallatin, S
Crew, K. Foucault, J. Lewis, R. Gau. ROW 2: B. Konecny, V. Blei
The band, under the direction of Mr. Ronald De Villers,
had a record year for performances. They started out the
year last September with 7:l5 A.M. band practices in
preparation for the football season. The members not
only entertained during half times at home games, but
they also faithfully followed the team all over the city
and to Racine for a night game. On Fridays before games,
they added effervescence to the pep rallies as they did
to the opening ceremonies at the new Southgate Post
Office. ln an effort to recruit members for future years,
Sholes Junior High School was the scene of a sample con-
cert. Pulaski and Bay View tried something new this past
year by exchanging bands for an afternoon concert.
However, the high point of their year was the second
annual band review. Having no special theme, the show
was divided into two parts. The first part consisted of
concert music while the second part featured modern mu-
sic beginning with a Glen Miller medley and ending with
a Dixieland band. Songs from different lands were also
played with native hats used to add effect.
Throughout the year, wherever the band was, one was
certain to hear strains of "When the Saints Go Marching
ln," which was their unofficial theme song.
weiss, J. Banholzer, N. Roberg, S. Cianciolo, K. Donahoe, C. Ubick,
L. Zokan. BOTTOM: D. Stachelski, J. Lindner, R. Bleiweiss, S. Blasz-
cynski, K. Route, L. Marquardt, T. Dulka.
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TOP: S. Dolney, S. Hoffman, M. Hyke, M. Zervic, B. Szyszko, M. Kacz-
marek, D. Craven, D. Wilson, R. Wiklin, J. Kaddatz, W, Gallatin,
S. Crew. ROW 4: P. Welch, W. Hawley, M. Kaczmarek, L. Sprunger,
D. Firkins, K. Ulatowslci, R. Aken, M. Bielawski. ROW 3: K. Krolski,
Each day many varying sounds were heard from "the
music corner", room lOl, as students tuned their instru-
ments. Perfection, or else, led orchestra members to try,
try again in fear of being squashed under Mr. Raccoli's
"powder puff." They practiced before school at early
morning rehearsals, during school at regular class sessions,
and independently at home. Their finished products were
finally presented to parents, teachers, and friends at sev-
The first of these programs was the Christmas Concert.
In it difficult pieces such as "Prayer and Pantomine" from
Hansel and Gretel and "Christmas Carol Fantasy" were
preformed. Shortly after Christmas, the orchestra was
again in need to play "Autumn Leaves" as a final tribute
to the January graduates. The group's next appearance
came in the form of a "command performance" at Sholes
Junior High to encourage future Pulaskians to study music.
Their year was rounded out by the Spring Concert, Musi-
crama. The elegance provided by the formally dressed
members and the heavenly strains of harp music cast a
dreamy glow over this fitting end to a very productive year.
D. Schmitt, J. Wood, P. Boncel, N. Roberg, J. Banholzer, ROW 2:
J. Reineking, F. Welk, K. Petersen, B. Petersen, R. Bleiweiss. BOTTOM:
C. Reimer, S. Svikel, S. Decker, S. Tuszynski.
Bassists Sue Wege and Bob Lahmann softly caress the strings of their
fiddles in hopes of producing sweet strains of music.
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