Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1967

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Seniors Roar Into Rave Reviews To the audience's delight, the Senior Class chose "The Mouse That Roared" as their annual play. Adapted by Christopher Sergel from Leonard Wibberly's book, the play was' an hilarious spoof of a tiny country which acci- dentally conquered the world. Mrs. Pauline Stanwitt screened and selected the cast, choosing Linda Nadolny and James Hybicki to play the main characters, Queen Gloriana and Tully Bascom. The cast and production staff spent two months innovating and creating costumes, scenery, and stage props to make the play professionally perfect. After the two evening performances on May T9 and 20, the cast of members felt that they were successful. ln addition to the hours of memorizing and rehearsing by the cast, much time was spent by the stage crew on lighting and sound effects. The make-up crew, while re- maining behind the scenes and out of the limelight, did much to add to the reality of the characters portrayed. TOP: L. Nadolny, B. Stempski, C. Harold, J. Hueneke, K. Porter, D. Woiczynski, J. McBraiar, W. Radai, R. Lahmann, D. Jankowski. ROW 4: S. Lukasik, M. Zervic, S. Johnson, J. Ruder, J. Berkowitz, R. Dominiak, D. Folkowski, S. Crowbridge, M. Bielawski. ROW 3: M. Zaremba, J Marsh, B. Silva, S. Royseck, D. Orlowski, J. Tremmel, B. Poe, B. Sromal- CAST Tully Bascom ............. ........... .......... J l m HyblCki American Tourists Mary ,,......,,,.....,,. ..,........... B onnie Poe Jane .......,..... ......... M olly Bielawski Fran ,,,,,, ................., L incla Ryback Pam ...... .......... B onnie Blankemeier Ann .....,...,.......,.... .......... E laine Orlowski David Benter .....,.... ,.,........... R oy Wiklin Count Mountioy . ............. Bob Lahmunn Page ..,,,,.,,,,,,.,.,.,..,.. .,....,.. B arbara Coughlin Gloriana ...... ..,........ L inda Nadolny Norma ...... .....,.., M aureen Zervic Helen ,,,,..,,,,., ,......,.. B arbara Stempski Mr. Beston ......, ,...........................,.,....,.....,........ ........ D e an Schopp Miss Johnson ...... ........................................................... R Uth Dominidk Students ...........,... Sue Johnson, Kathi Maldi, Donna Orlowski Professor Kokintz ...... ........,..........,............................................. J ohn Ruder Mrs, Reiner ........,.... ......... J ody Hueneke General Snippet ....... .......... J ames Tomczyk President of U.S. .......... Jerry McBrair Jill ,,,.,,,,,,,,,...,.,,,.,,.... ......,. D iane Lentscher Debbie ................ .......,. C ynthia Herold TV Announcer ........ .,.. ....... ....... ....... , , D a ve Jankowski Tom Mulligan ..... ..,.......................,.....,........ .................. D G ve JOI'1kOWSl4l Soldiers ............ Will Tatum ...... Miss Wilkins Mrs, Bascom ..,...,. .......Jerome Bukiewicz, Ken Eufinger, Cy Nelson Ken Penkalski, Robert Dargis, Mark Zaremba . ,............................,.,.............. ........,.... W ayne Radai .......Donna Falkowski ........Jackie Berkowitz ski, J. Hybicki, J. Bukiewicz. ROW 2: B. Coughlin, B. Dittman, E. Orlowski, D. Filipiak, R. Dargis, B. Blankemeier, K. Malde, L. Saie, D. Lentscher, L. Ryback. BOTTOM: J. Tomczyk, R. Wiklin, D. Schopp, T. Schaetzke, K. Penkalski, T. Johnson, K. Eufinger, C. Nelson. ll 1 V

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Pulaski "Ins" 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. Reflect Fads 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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Cy Nelson helps Ken Penkalski and John Schmirler hang a sign ad- vertising the Senior Class Play, "The Mouse That Roaredu. Dean Schopp and John Ruder practice facial expressions and blocking to give a professional touch to a difficult scene. Bonnie Blankemeier listens intently as Mrs. Stanwitt explains the props which will be needed for one scene of the play. Senior class publicity committee loin efforts to create a giant mechani- cal mouse to roar out for giant ticket sales.

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