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Page 105 text:
Striving to produce clear and harmonic tones, two flutists in Pulaski's
band diligently practice for an upcoming Band Review.
A nearsighfed sea caplain views the body of a fallen revolulionisl,
muffering "Oli, vell" in Don Quixite, U.S.A.
"When A.F.S. Goes Marching ln" resounds Through The audilorium as Pulaski's A.F.S. Day guests lead the student assembly.
Page 104 text:
Activities Encourage Energetic Action
Activities encompassing a wide range of interests and
talents were sponsored by Pulaski High School to provide
a generous share ot teamwork, friendship, fun, and pride
tor every student. Social and cultural activities were con-
sidered as important to a complete education as the
development of academic skill which broadened a stu-
dent's sphere ot understanding, interest, and experience.
Teamwork was acquired by those who participated in
such groups as service, athletic, dramatic, academic, and
social clubs. Students learned to pull together and use
their talents to create something which displayed a part
ot their personalities and thoughts. Service and academic
clubs developed and contributed writing and tutoring skills
or sponsored community service projects at Pulaski. Ath-
letics taught students sportsmanship, teamwork, synchron-
ized torm, and timing as parts of their preparation tor
meets, contests, and shows, Cultural activities aided
Pulaskians in acquiring a greater awareness and appre-
ciation ot the fine arts.
Whatever the goal of the service, athletic, dramatic, or
academic activity, each helped in the development ot the
student personality. Friendships were formed as the op-
portunity was provided tor students with common interests
and goals to become acquainted and share ideas. At 3:28
Pulaski's halls and gyms were found filled with the hubbub
ot busy students working side by side meeting deadlines,
practicing, and conducting meetings. The activities of
Pulaski High School contributed in making the year one of
accomplishment and development tor the student.
Judy Radke, masquerading as Pulaski's Ram mascot, instills school
spirit as she leads cheers at pep rallies and games.
As alert members of a makeebelieve brigade, Natare-ites Patricia
Heftel and Janice Weiss pose as "Toy Soldiers.
Performing in a "Fantasy" number, Linda Edwards and Kathy Kesich
tiptoe through an enchanted forest ot color and delight.
Page 106 text:
Council Gavels Great Decisions
Student Council Executive Committee: TOP: T. Baquero, M. Zervic,
C. Chou. BOTTOM: J. Schult, P. Mayr, P. Krumnow.
TOP: B. Truss, C. MacKay, S. Dragoilovich, B. Listota, J. Moss, D.
Bobbe, P. Moran. ROW 3. L. Strauss, D. Conlon, C. Petre, C. Schultz,
K. Malecki, B. Kolo, M. Konowalski. ROW 2: D. Anderson, A. Fuiihira,
Pulaski High School had its own government, the Stu-
dent Service Council, whose purpose was to cultivate a
spirit of cooperation and fellowship in the best interests
of its students. The one house Congress of representatives
consisted of two delegates from each homeroom, one reg-
ular and one alternate. Every Wednesday after school the
council sessions tackled current issues launched by Presi-
dent Clarence Chou and Mr. Endres, the faculty advisor.
After carefully weighing all topics and consulting home-
rooms on the more important issues, each representative
cast his vote for a voice in Pulaski's public affairs.
The results rewarded all. The Council proclaimed simul-
taneous pep rallies and color days, an all school Dress-Up
Day, and several dances. Unfortunately, an increasing debt
from the noon hour movie toll prompted the discontinuing
of the movies. However, the Committee on Thanksgiving
Baskets reported a bountiful response in keeping with
Pulaski's tradition of distributing well-balanced meals to
deserving families. Maintaining a spirit of cooperation was
easily accomplished as a Christmas Decorating Contest
aroused competition among homerooms. ln March the
annual Career Day gave Pulaskians insight about their
occupations in the future. Just working in Pulaski's junior
democracy was rewarding, for 'lThe best of all govern-
ments is that which teaches us to govern ourselves."
N. Laszkiewicz, C. Cannistra, R. Klewin, K. Latus, J. Karczewski. BOT-
TOM: K, Krall, T. Gionis, D. Zaharias. K. Jirikowic, B. Swanson, G.
Daniels, P. Andrews, J. Luedke.
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