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Library Aides: TOP: P. lgnaszcrk, S. Kussrow, J. Powell, D. Grove, S. son, J. Burns, P. Drake, L. Dlbelius. BOTTOM J Wlikowskl M Kosek
Lesczynski, K. Mildren, K. Rollins. ROW 2: S. Kocenl, B. Decal, K. Swen- B. Mirek, A. Hodgins, M. Kremm, D. Henneman L Kcmes
Usher Corps: TOP: C. Bau
i, J. Tremmel, C. Pelkowski, B. Jorgensen
BOTTOM: B. Derus, L. Brown, M. Kosek, V. Chou, M. Marshall, P. Bogclske
P. A. Announcers: TOP: K. Miiokovic, C. Cieslik, G. Trapp, V. Simic, Nelson, C. Nelson, T. Hoefs, M. Banach T Schnefzke C Rexmer
D. Hennemen, S. Dobrzawski, P. Muelver. ROW 2: N. Schlcack, P. D. Schopp.
Giguere, L. Sale, C. Roelke, A. Grundmanis, P. Mroz. BOTTOM: G.
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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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Proiectionists: TOP: S. Niles, T. Berg, J. Cerniglia, S. Nicgorski, R.
Dimickele, M. Zaremba, D. Witkowski, P. Meehan. ROW 3: P. Mc-
Gehee, R. Fleis, C. Franco, T. Wekwert, M. Godding, J. Moe, G.
Shuput, R. Huebner. ROW 2: J. Nault, S. Kolstad, J. Spirewka, M. Re-
wolinski, P. Phillips, A. Schonen, K. Dulka, R. Olson. BOTTOM: E.
Beckmonn, W. Blankenship, J. Plazek, J. Bukiewicz, T. Thompson,
D. Pinnow, T. Tefelske, J. Rohleder.
With the help of the school librarian, Mrs. Edith
Yankee, the LIBRARY AIDES assisted students and teachers
in their quest for literary knowledge. Stocking shelves and
stamping out books were library aide specialties. Through
their varied iobs, aides gained a better appreciation of
the work required to run a library.
Navy blue skirts and white blouses were the official
uniform of Pulaski's USHER CORPS. Under the watchful
eyes of Mr. Joseph Schmitz, the ushers served at concerts,
plays, and shows by collecting tickets and giving out
programs with a courteous smile.
Each morning students were informed of the day's
happenings by the perky voices of the P.A. ANNOUNC-
ERS. Often Mr. DeBriae's office rang in song or echoed
skits by students announcing coming activities. Announcers
were selected after being auditioned by a committee of
the Student Council.
PROJECTIONISTS, after a short training period with
Mr. Duane Allman, gave up their study halls to run movie
equipment for classroom teachers. Room 'IO9 and Room 3
bustled with activity as proiectors, recorders, and screens
were made ready for use throughout the building.
The ring of the cash register marked the flow of money
as BOOKSTORE MONITORS made their sales. These effi-
cient girls, under the supervision of Mr. Gable Nelson,
school accountant, kept Pulaski students adequately sup-
plied with needed school materials.
in School Action
Bookstore monitors Kathie Polites and Kathie Van Veghel are kept busy
by students scurrying to buy last minute supplies.
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