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Page 146 text:
Seniors Work, Worry, and Enioy Glory
Working in the busy school library leaves little time for reading so
Linda Dibelius takes advantage of a few quiet moments.
On Honors Day, Mr. Yesko presents Thomas Hudzinski with the Special
Education Graduate Honor Award for excellent achievement.
As the final year rolled around, the faces of Pulaski's
seniors beamed with excitement. Tarnished class rings and
maroon colored "econ" books aided in their identifica-
tion. Homecoming brought fond memories never to be
forgotten. Proud senior girls wore the traditional home-
coming mum which complemented their crimson and navy.
At pep rallies the gym vibrated with cheers led by the
spirited senior class while underclassmen followed en-
thusiastically. Able iuniors were guided by graduating
seniors to fill the positions of club officers. The A.C.T.,
S.A.T., and other tests devoted to college preparation oc-
cupied a share of the senior's time. Making decisions and
then filling out applications for future jobs and colleges also
kept the graduates busy. With an air of superiority, which
they earned during their high school career, seniors strolled
through the halls like royalty.
After three years of hard work, fun, and memories,
the climactic event of graduation was eagerly awaited.
With a world of unlimited opportunities before them,
seniors confidently accepted their diplomas and took one
step further into their futures.
Assuming a position of authority, DuWayne Stachelski, Student Council
President, directs collection of Thanksgiving baskets.
Page 145 text:
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.
Page 147 text:
Continuing her role as Copy Editor and Reporter, Marlene Fritz works
in the shadow of her prized Governor's Cup.
Pulaski debator Marva Ackerman verbally assaults the argument of her
affirmative opponents from Bay View.
Homecoming King Doug Czaplewski and Queen Donna Drobac smile
regally as they are presented to the student body at the pep rally.
Mary Richter displays the technique which won her a first place award
in the Milwaukee Journal student calendar art competition.
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