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Clubs Offer Learning and Discovery
Panait Aguayo and Mr. Allman examine a large telescope lens used
for star gazing by the members of the Astronomy Club.
Jr. Red Cross: TOP: M. Glova, K. Rollins, L. Kames, S. Biwer, P.
Dvorcek, C. Fiene, D. Henneman, M. Antross. ROW 3: S. Morand, J.
Gyrion, D. Lentscher, C. Prilchet, D. Zervic, J. Maieska, K. Dulka,
All heads turned up to the sky, as the ASTRONOMY
CLUB delved into the wonders of the heavens. With the
help of Mr. Duane Allman, members learned the uses of
various telescopes and astronomical equipment.
Mrs. Woodlock encouraged every homeroom to have
a representative in the JUNIOR RED CROSS. These girls
were in charge of spreading good will by sponsoring the
annual Christmas Soap Drive and the filling of friendship
bags with toys for Vietnamese children.
Pulaski girls were familiar faces in neighboring busi-
nesses through their participation in COOPERATIVE OF-
FICE EDUCATION CLUB. Working in such places as St.
Luke's Hospital and Mueller Climatrol, the girls prepared
for their future secretarial careers.
Newly formed last year, the HOME EC. CLUB fur-
thered the development and practices of good home-
making ideas. Displaying their culinary skills, the club
served a luncheon to all faculty members first semester.
Intellectual as well as vocal exercise was enjoyed by
the members of the DEBATE CLUB. ln its third year at
Pulaski, the club profited by having experienced speakers
as the heart of the club.
The AUDIO VISUAL CREW had a busy year as they
ran sight and sound equipment for all productions at
Pulaski. They coordinated spotlights, ran tape recorders,
and set up microphones to give performances better
M. Zervic. ROW 2: B. Mecha, L. Camacho, L. Sot, J. Frankowski, L.
Sale, S. Treppish, B. Dittman. BOTTOM: M. Baker, P. Blochowiak,
K. Miller, P. Mayr, S. Cianciolo, J. Truss, A. Beaumont, A. Hoclgins.
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ays - A Time to Reflect
With wobbly knees and trembling hands
Each Senior walked across the stage,
Accepting the diploma, then turning,
Giving a nervous smile to parents and friends,
And heading into a new time, the future.
Reflecting, somewhat misty eyed,
Seniors realized all that Pulaski meant to them.
Since their first days as Sophomores
Pulaski gave them a chance to belong.
They were accepted, trained, and matured,
Not mechanically but through timeless concern.
Seeing the challenges of high school activities,
Seniors took the initiative to lead underclassmen.
They spent much of their time working with others
To materialize their ideas for improvements.
Yet, they knew advice was needed too,
So many Seniors could always be found
ln counselors' offices asking questions.
This was the time to decide to enter college
Or to face the work-a-day world,
Both of which took preparation and thought.
On the lighter side, Seniors knew how to have fun.
They outcheered everyone at ball games,
Decorated goal posts, and spread school spirit.
Young enough to giggle, yet old enough to think
Seniors had the time of their lives.
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