Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1967

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At BrilI's, Mr. Malmon shows Steve Schaefer the techniques of ar ranging an afiraciive display of merchandise To draw customers. Pulaskians had fun shopping for toys to fill friend

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Experiences Enrich Student Life Student Lite spiced the everyday routine of Pulaskians. Special social events such as the class play, the talent show, homecoming, and prom made the school year de- lectable instead of dull. Styles too were far from drab as students clad in a wide array of fashions could be seen everywhere taking an active part in the community. Thunderous applause rewarded the many hours spent in rehearsals at the close of the Student Council Talent Show and the Senior Class Play. This year's talent show, called Ramblers Vaudeville '67, consisted of a variety of acts and skits displaying student ability. "The Mouse That Roared," the Senior Class Play, had the audience roaring with laughter right along with it for the entire performance. No matter where they were seen in the community, whether delivering Thanksgiving baskets, caroling, or working in neighboring businesses, Pulaski students reflect- ed their interest in others. They also showed interest in the latest fads. "Theoretically" there was always someone dressed in a flowered suit, paisley shirt, or fuzzy coat. Highlighting the romantic events of the year were the homecoming and prom. The 12-O victory over Bay View made the homecoming dance an appropriate end to a perfect day. Winding up the year, the Junior class dis- guised the gym as Central Park in keeping with the theme of their prom, "Springtime Carousel." Awaiting a surge of hungry Pulaskians at a basketball game, Vicki Chou, Sue Wege, and Mrs. Prushiek sell candy for the AFS, Getting in the Christmas spirit, Betsy Szyszko sprays green paint on a large wreath for the homeroom decorating contest. Engrossed in The lclealist by O'Connor, monitor Tom Kelly proves his profound belief that material objects are all in the mind.



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Success Sweetens Homecoming Homecoming royalty, Queen Donna Drobac and King Doug Czoplewski, reign over victoriously reioicing Pulaskians. Anticipation vibrated throughout Pulaski during the Homecoming week. Floats were built and skits practiced with an ever increasing momentum, while the Rams were busy perfecting old plays and learning new ones. "Jam- ming the gym" Pulaskians clad in red and blue radiated school spirit. This initial boost to Pulaski's spirits was strengthened by Mr. Harry Max's "lnty, Ivlinty, Tibbity fig" hex upon the Redcats. Enthusiasm born at the pep rally grew, and, by i'the" day, it had reached a new height. Shakeroos, confetti, cheerleaders, and the senior girls wearing traditional mums added more excitement to the afternoon. To echoes of "Go Rams, beat Bay View," three iunior girls escorted a live ram mascot around the field. The presentation ot long stemmed roses to the court climaxed the half time program. With the reality of a l2-O victory over the Redcats, Pulaskians flooded the field to rip the decorations off the goal posts. As a result of this victory, Pulaski received the wooden football trophy, which has symbolized the friendly competition between the two schools since T949, for another year. The Homecoming dance was held Saturday evening. The royal couple, Doug Czaplewski and Donna Drobac, and the court added a regal air to the celebration. With the final strains of music, the Homecoming dance con- cluded a wonderful week to remember always. Homecoming Court: TOP: R. Koy, J, Duelge, D. Budzien, D. Stearle. BOTTOM: B. Stempski, K. Kroll, P. LaBarge, J. Lindner.

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