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Advisors Mrs. Sorensen and Mr, Jelinek confer with the editors, Betsy Szyszko and Carlen Schenk, to work out arising problems.
Closs Editor Andie Grundmanis and Literory Editors Priscillcx Giguere
and Anito Schulz collect copy for this yecir's Annual.
Activity Editor Kathy Lubner sits between Headline Editors Bev Hintz
and Vera Simic as they study last year's Annual.
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TOP: S. Messal, P. Blochowiok, K. Miller, K. Rollins, G. Martin, L.
Nadolny, D. Schmidt, C. Nelson. ROW 3: J. Lindner, P. Fotrikus,
D. Orlowski, K. Storeygard, B. Poe, M. Roth, S. Wege, T. Anderson.
ROW 2: C. Malmarowski, B. Coughlin, B. Lochowitcz, D. Moldenhauer,
F. Christianson, K. Flesch, P, Mroz. BOTTOM: E. Szyszko, J. Schuster,
B. Stempski, N. Steinke, U. Walberg, A. Schulz, L. Saie, K. Lubner.
A.F.S. Promotes World Friendship
Participating in a group picnic at Jackson Park, Americans Abroad
candidates try their hand at toasting marshmallows.
The sale of brownies and cupcakes, Alfonse stickers,
carnations, and Christmas cards marked a year of prog-
ress for the American Field Service Club. The club en-
deavored to strengthen international friendship through
foreign exchange students. Through projects sponsored last
year, exchange student Ute Walberg arrived in Milwau-
kee from Goslar, Germany, to live with the Steinke family
and to attend Pulaski during the i966-i967 school year.
Mrs. Susan Hackl supervised the A.F.S. Club's wide
variety of activities which were highlighted by an
A.F.S. Day. On April 26 foreign exchange students
from different suburban schools visited Pulaski and spoke
during a morning assembly, This was a part of A.F.S. Day
which gave Pulaski students an opportunity to learn of
the customs and interests of teenagers from other coun-
tries, Carnations and more carnations ended the club's
projects, springing up for sale on May l, Pulaski's A.F.S.
Beginning in September, all students interested in the
Americans Abroad Program underwent interviews and
group discussions. As a result of months of screening,
Junior Audrey Daines was selected as a finalist by the
New York Chapter to represent Pulaski in a foreign country
in the Northern Hemisphere. Thus the club succeeded to
promote international ideas by receiving an exchange
student and also by having a Pulaski student as a finalist
in the A.A. Program.
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Linda Lewandowski and Carol LaVine, Faculty Editors, and Diane
Konieczny, Assistant Class Editor, search old books for new ideas.
Photographers Bob Gau and Chris Reimer give their assistants Clarence
Chou, Ric Gruszynski, and Bob Pendzick practical advice.
Toclay's Mirror, Tomorrow's Memory
Cavalier Annual Business Staff: Susan Heindl, Jackie Bigalke, Advisor
Mr. Alexander, Linda Wilsman, and Lynn Holt.
Room 328 was the scene of bustling activity as the
editors and assistants on the Cavalier Annual staff gath-
ered information to provide an accurate record of the
events of the l966-67 school year at Pulaski. Planning
began during the summer vacation and work continued
until the last page had been sent to the printer in spring.
"A Time in Our Lives" was chosen as the theme to show
the importance of high school years in a person's life.
The advisors, Mr. Albert Jelinek and Mrs. Mary Soren-
sen, supervised all work and made suggestions and cor-
rections. Editor-in-Chief Carlen Schenk and Assistant Editor
Elizabeth Szyszko organized the book, made assignments
of duties, cropped pictures, and checked copy. Photogra-
phers captured all important events as well as many un-
prepared students and teachers on film. Other staff
members planned page layouts, gathered information,
organized the index, and wrote articles, cutlines, and head-
lines always remembering that "Deadlines are sacred."
Mr. Marvin Alexander directed the Annual Business
and Sales Staff. The girls on the staff took orders from the
homeroom representatives, collected money, and distrib-
uted the Annuals at the end of the year.
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