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TOP: C. Angelos, J. Gyrion, B. Smith, D. Schmidt, J. Truss, M. Schiferl, Pisek, J. Tremmel, I. Del Pozzo, D. Woiciechowski, R. Lahmann,
S. Lulcasik. ROW 2: B. Silva, F. Christiansen, L. Sale, D. Zervic, M. J. Hueneke.
Zervic, D. Depratt, B. Dittman, D. Bickler. BOTTOM: S. Royseck, S.
Cost: TOP: Geraldine
Menagerie Enthralls Audience
Klatt, John Ruder. BOTTOM: Peggy Muelver,
The Blue Masque Players, under the direction of Mrs.
Pauline Stanwitt, presented Tennessee Williams' "The
Glass Menagerie" on Friday, December 2, and Saturday,
December 3. In order to avoid interference with other
special events, the play was scheduled earlier in the year
than usual. The cast included Peggy Muelver as Laura
Wingfield, John Ruder as Tom Wingfield, the narrator
of the story, Tom Johnson as the gentleman caller, and
Geraldine Klatt as Amanda, the mother. This controversial
play concerned a mother who, living in the glory of her
past romances, attempted to influence the lives of her
children. As a result, both of the children tried to escape
reality, one by drinking and the other by collecting a
For their fine performances, an Honor Recognition Day
was held for the cast and production crew after school
on Friday, December l6. Special honors were awarded
to each cast member by Mr. Edward DeBriae. Mr. Harold
Jankowski gave special recognition to the production
crew for their effective assistance behind the stage. During
the program, Miss Theoret presented each of the four
dramatists with a play memory book assembled by Mary
Antross in pictorial form.
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Council Unites Student Body
Work, work, work symbolized this year's Student
Service Council under the supervision of Mr. Raymond
Calenberg and Mr. W. Mark Haight. Through the Council,
Pulaskians received a taste of democracy and parlia-
mentary procedure. Each semester, every homeroom elect-
ed a representative and an alternate to attend weekly
meetings. In an effort to boost school spirit, the Council
staged dances, pep rallies, an all school dress-up day,
ancl color days throughout the year. The Thanksgiving Day
Basket Drive, which furnished the less fortunate with a
balanced meal, plus a Vocation Day and College Day,
which let students consider their futures, were among the
products of the year's activities. Student car registration
and the lost and found service showed the Council's effort
to keep order in school life. Without the help of the stu-
dents who volunteered, these proiects would never have
Fashion-minded students modeled clothes from Singers
at the Council's style show called "Spring Fever." The
profits supplemented the scholarship fund which had
dwindled since the cancellation of noon hour movies. The
grand finale of the year was the second annual talent
show, "Ramblers' Vaudeville '67."
President John Schuster and Vice President Linda Nadolny discuss
plans for the coming Variety Show with Mr. Raymond Calenberg.
TOP: G. Sfimac, C. Petre, J. Schult, S. Botsch, D. Schulz, P. Pionek, J. Frankowski, F. Welk, S. Kuczynski, P. Barker, A. Selin, J. Schmuhl,
J. Moss, D. Bobbe, D. Schopp, P. Mayr. ROW 3: C. Perlaczynski, P. C. Williams. BOTTOM: C. Chou, D. Zaharias, P. Hoinacki, C. Murphy,
Krumnow, P. Klatt, M. Engbring, C. Skurzewski, M. Zervic, K. Malecki, K. Pecanach, M. Ziegler, K. Sfempski, M. Waypa, M. Carlson.
J. Jankowski, S. Naidul. ROW 2: G. Czaplewski, D. Craven,. J. Sopa,
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Activities Arouse Imagination
Pulaski's first outings group, the WAYFARERS CLUB,
was organized this year. The purpose of the club was to
go on fieldtrips and outings for fun and enjoyment. With
the assistance of Miss Suzan Braun, Wayfarers started
the year with a hike and picnic at Whitnall Park. As
autumn progressed, a bowling party and hayride made
the scene. Winter and snow meant the highlight of the
year-a day of skiing at "Little Switzerland." Unfortunate-
ly, a second skiing trip was called off for lack of snow.
The Wayfarers Club was open to all Pulaskians interested
in good, wholesome fun.
Under the guidance of Mr. Richard Lynch, the DIS-
TRIBUTIVE EDUCATION CLUB offered opportunities for
students to see what the business world was like. Open
to seniors, members attended classes in the morning
and left for on-the-job training in the afternoon. Stu-
dents were employed by firms in the Milwaukee area,
gaining valuable experience while earning scholastic
credit. Raising money by two bake sales during the year,
DECA was able to send its members to the state conven-
tion where they won several honors in competition with
Bea Callery, Donna Humphreys, Sue Switlik, and Marlene Fritz pla
the next outing of the Wayfcirers Club.
Distributive Ed. Club: TOP: W. Klein, J. Campbell, M. Woiczynski, Schaffner, B. Novak. BOTTOM: K. Stromberg, C. Zobel, P. Clark,
J. Lake, Mr. Lynch, advisor. ROW 3: C. Schilcher, L. Richter, F. Stong,
J. Lavora, S. Schaefer. ROW 2: C.
Halla, C. Stelse, L. Kloss, D.
B. Day, S. Hansen.
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