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Page 20 text:
"Cherish is the word" that makes every charm and identification
bracelet a symbol of treasured memories.
Clad in the latest fuzzy headwear, two "sno-bunnies" go to their
lockers after a brisk bout with the weather.
Polka dot madness sweeps over the Pulaski campus capturing the fancy
of students as evidenced in this classroom shot.
Ready to meet those 'iApril showers," Julie Lindner steps out in the
latest spring fashion: a vinyl raincoat and matching scarf.
Page 19 text:
Mrs. Gciu, Mrs. Wege, Mrs. Sfeinke, and Ure Wclberg clfend cs meet
ing of the adult chapter of the American Field Service.
In on emergency drill of Sl, l.uke's hospital, Marcia Dcnowski
Page 21 text:
These two fashion conscious sophomores know that their outfits aren't
complete without swinging shoulder strap purses.
One of Pulaski's art students, Mary Richter, uses her artistic talent to
create' her own original papier mache iewelry.
Fads dictated the fashion picture at Pulaski this year
from the football games to the classroom. "This is true!"
While cheering the Rams from the stands, Pulaskians sport-
ed stylish pants suits, colorful panchos, or furry coats,
depending on the weather. Facing another Wisconsin
winter, students kept out the wind with fake-fur coats and
sheepskin iackets while keeping their heads warm with
furry hats and stocking caps, which could be pulled down
over the face during extreme blizzards. With the advent
of spring, students started to "think green" in an all-out
conspiracy to drive the cold weather away. Refusing to
let April showers dampen their spirits, they wore fashion-
able vinyl raincoats. Bright colors were back in the form
of paisley or polka-dot shirts and tent dresses.
Pulaskians displayed artistry and individuality in their
original creations of papier mache iewelry. Bracelets were
"big" with both boys and girls. Boys wore l.D. bracelets
while girls showed off keepsakes of happy memories on
their charm bracelets. Rings and things like dangling ear-
rings not only accented outfits but also opened lively
conversations. Whatever the fad, they added variety to
school life and gave a sense of belonging.
Straight from "Grandma Busha's" knitting needles come Christ Reimer's
and Daniel Bednar's colorful stocking caps.
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