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Robert Mochnik and Shirley Humbert study a First Aid chart to learn
how to stop severe bleeding in an emergency.
Biting her lip, Vera Simic contrives to do her Business Law although
her Annual deadline must be met.
1 - Mr. Yesko and Mrs. Clements -Special Education
TOP: B. Gauger, S. Broncatti, P. Humbert, P. Gonzalez, F. White, R.
Machnik. ROW 3: A. Schwedo, S. Naidul, R. Pinske, L. Wisniewski,
S, Humbert, E. Dipietro. ROW 2: J. Greene, M. Thompson, V. Kacz-
rnarek, M. White, P. Haley, R. Osantowski. BOTTOM: J. Nowak, K.
Kowalski, G, Dunse, J. Kirchmeir, J. Schutte, J. Buckowski, R. Janczak.
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Underclassmen Acquire Study Skills
A little effort times a lot of mathematical skill plus a good deal of
confusion equals a problem for Deborah Schmitt.
Tired and drained, Ken Price and Cheryl Schulz patientl
The principal portion of Pulaski's student body, the
underclassmen, strove mightily for two years to attain
the status of seniors. They participated eagerly in school
activities, acquired valuable experiences which they would
put to use in the coming years, and learned both to accept
and to delegate responsibility. Their judgment matured,
and as the years progressed, they became fine prospects
for future graduates.
Identifying the "lowly Sophs" was no problem at all
during the first few weeks of school. As they roamed the
corridors searching for the right rooms, they were told
"Only drink from white bubblers, don't step on the globe,
and by all means don't use the center stairway because
it's only for seniors and faculty!" However, they soon be-
came accustomed to the practical iokes played on them
by iuniors and seniors and settled down to becoming
The iuniors with a whole year of school life behind
them "lived for the day" when they, too, would be sen-
iors. Symbols of prestige for them were their class ring
and the prom. The work they did together on the prom,
whether on the planning committee or by themselves,
reflected their matured responsibility and the fact that
they were, indeed, ready to become upperclassmen.
observe blood smears to determine their blood types.
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4 - Mr. Boyaiicm - 'IOB
TOP: B. Nimmer, B. Neilson, N. Woida, D. Cork, R. Brickmon, R. Han-
sen, R. Koch. ROW 3: R. Zylka, l.. Scwinski, D. Kruse, K. McManus,
M. Aguayo, 5. Ciezki, N. Daluco. ROW 2: J. Myers, S. Jashinsky,
D, Pron, M. Hanson, K. Lecus, S. Weiss. BOTTOM: M. Pruss, D. Conlon,
L. Buxrude, J. Ruthenburg, .l. Dombrowski, J. Skardinski, R. Lugos.
23 - Mrs. Markwardt - 10B
TOP: S. Dzioba, R. Muelver, P. Suminski, J. Drogosh, J. Jurisic, M.
Asselin, G. Loomis, J. Schmitz. ROW 2: L. Christiansen, C. Sclwlts,
J. Heider, R. Kruse, C. Kulinski, P. Gebay, K. Avina, M. Glembin.
BOTTOM: P. Suchocki, J. Wilbert, D. Wagner, R. Borkowicz, T. Klalka,
J. Cummisforcl, B. Morgan.
Pulaski students wait impatiently in line to exchange their blue stubs
for reserved sect tickets for the Variety Show.
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