Pulaski High School - Cavalier Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1968

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bpecial Educatio n students enioy the benefit of using realistic models of the head and heart in studying biology. Special Ed. Looks to the Future Africa, the dark continent, is lust part of the world geography taught to Special Education students by Mr, Yesko. Job readiness was the aim of Pulaski's Special Educa- tion students. ln the classroom, students worked to improve their reading habits in the beginner, intermediate, and advanced groups. They also learned the basics of money management in their math classes. Home economics courses offered the girls a course in the art of successful homemaking. For the boys the lndustrial Arts Department provided useful metal and wood courses. However, learning was not confined entirely to the classroom. During the summer, juniors participated in an extensive vocational testing program which indicated in- dividual iob skills. These skills were later put to use in the school year when students were employed at such places as Goodwill Industries, St. Luke's Hospital, and Wright Engineering. As seniors, several ot the young apprentices progressed to a full work day. Mr. Yesko Mrs. Clements Dept. Chairman, Special Ecl., Special Ed., Wrestling Coach Home Economics

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Pleasantly surprised by her result, Charmaine DePetro double-checks a total which she computed on an adding machine in a bookkeeping class. Miss Kopp Miss Lindsay Clerical Practice, Shorthand, Typing Shorthand, Stenography, Typing, Law , , , firyzzgfi 5 ' new W 4 - iff?-Q : W 3' I ":1g5.,.j'Y-I EXW W -' r M I ., ...Eg L SK E N .u . 11 1 H Q ow ,Q K M 51 5 5' 'Av J r Q ,ff if M W Z 'fx M i K W sf 1 X if ir 5 V Ekvw, V, ,gl A " N WS .39 -VN. Ir!-Q si: "" Q Mr. Shaw Mr. Zinke Office Ed. Coordinator. Coop. Office Practice, Sales, Typing, Notehand, Office Ed. Club Law, Soles, Cavalier Newspaper Business Advisor l Mr. Dale Mrs. Helterhoff Typing, Shorthand, Law Bookkeeping, Typing, Bus. Arithmetic Mr. Lynch Mrs. Pederson Distributive Ed. Coordinator, Bookkeeping, Distributive Ed., Sales, Typing, Law Distributive Ed. Club Eyes glued on her paper, fingers perched on the keyboard waiting for action, Josie Bergren tensely awaits her race against the clock.



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Office Sfaff Keeps Body Functioning Dawn . . . the doors opened. Pulaski shook itself from a night's rest and greeted students as they surged through the doors. The clock hands swept through their endless arc. It was soon 8:15, and for students the day had begun. For the office staff who from early morning had covered every facet of school operation, the day had long been underway. IBM Secretary Miss Haldner was acting head secretary while Miss Ericksen was on a leave of absence. Mrs. Hansen then assumed the duties of data processing. Mrs. Troglia, attendance secretary, checked absence and tardy reports. Miss Radonski, guidance secretary, handled all high school and college transcripts. Secretary to the Vice-Principal, Miss Dobrzynski, ordered school supplies. Other office personnel included Mr. Nelson, school ac- countant, whose management of the bookstore assured Pulaskians a well supplied school. As an aide to the librarians, Mrs. McMullen performed a variety of duties which increased library efficiency. The 3:28 bell . . . students flocked to post school activities. The office staff stayed on to make sure Pulaski kept moving. Mrs. Troglia Miss Haldner Attendance Secretary IBM Secretary Miss Dobrzynski Mrs. McMullen Secretary to the Vice-Principal Library Secretary Mr. Nelson School Accountant, Bookstore Mrs. Hansen IBM Secretary Efficiency is the goal of Miss substitute secretary, Mrs. Wickert Miss Ericksen Secretary to the Principal Miss Radonski Guidance Secretary Dobrzynski as she proofreads, and as she digs into the tiles. ...M .. .,,.,, . ....., ., ,f Q s . W . ' se.. I I 'if I ""' ' " 6. 3 , 3 ,.,,....... I . ..........,...,. ""' I --- Y ..., ft ' I 'WM' k 1 W 5 X A, E 1M s , ,,,,,q tt? ' ,, ---- ",rmm'q,,,,- 1,4 V ,.., W., . 2 f me , -,,,, . ... - .. .Mm - A x I ,.,,,., ,x I . .. lbbgg E Z , fists? W M3 "-- maxim W , eggs n 3 ' V, ,.,.. ' sw--V ' .t. ..... t 5 - ' PT ' sg2gsgs:f:5ie E 97 X "I J .,, 3 V :L R. im,

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