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Page 114 text:
TOP: R. Johnson, J, Kaddatz, W. Royce, J. Hanke, J, Rios. ROW 4: ROW 2: R. Konecyn, N, Roberg, S. Moran, P. Gorzalski, G. Lioliadis,
W. Coleman, L. Kohl, D. Gradt, M. Hansen, C. Quigley, S. Blwer. M. Smart, K. Dulka, K. Donahoe, G. Loomis, T. Klatka. BOTTOM:
ROW 3: M. Kuetemeyer, A. Fuiihira, C. Jung, G. Lepkowski, J, Barsul, R. Bleiweiss, L. Marquardt, T. Dulka, G. Heaney, D. Smart, R. Ranie-
J. Russell, C, Tocholka, J, Lewis, M. Dallner, R. Honeyager, D. Geisler. wicz, P. Andrews.
Ancl the Beat Goes On
Majors and Maiorettes: TOP: R. Konecny, B. Cloud, D. Geisler. BOT-
TOM: K. Laabs, C. Malak, G. Lukas.
The red and blue uniform was seen otten as Pulaski's
spirited band took a leading role in the school activities.
Although the maiority of members this year were sopho-
mores, with Mr. DeVillers' direction, the band played with
gusto and instilled school spirit at our football games tor
rooters and players alike. Student enthusiasm was re-
newed as the bands theme "When Johnny Comes March-
ing Home" was played at our pep rallies. And the band
wasn't idle at the Homecoming-besides playing a march
and song, the band won second place in the Homecoming
Float Contest with an entry entitled "Beat 'Emlu On Janu-
ary l2th, the musicians presented their third annual revue.
This year's theme was "From Bach to Pop," and the pro-
gram included everything trom the silken strings of
Telemann to the swinging sounds of a Dixieland band and
the brazen brass of Herb Alpert. The Spring Concert
crescendoed the year's activities where all received the
opportunity to show oft their musicianship and have that
warm glow of accomplishment. As a finale, farewell
strains were played by the members ot the band in honor
of the graduates ot P.H.5.
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TOP: G. Stimac, K. Richter, P. Dvoracek, S. Pisek, B. Szyszko, P. Mayr, Heaney, C. Perlacynski, K. Likit-Anurocks, J. Luedke, S. Sear, N.
T. Cowling, K. Stempski. ROW 2: M. Adrian, D. Filipiak, S. Weiss,
C. Angelos, A. Daines, J. Murphy, M, Zervic. BOTTOM: K. Dulka, G.
Schuttenhelm, C. MacKay.
A.F.S. Shrinks Globe for Pulaski
"Walk together, talk together . . . O ye peoples of the
earth. Then, and only then, shall ye have peace." The
motto of the American Field Service expressed Pulaski's
concern for developing understanding cmd respect between
individuals and mutual awareness of different cultures and
ways of life, all within the framework of an educational
experience. Offering various attractions the AFS Chapter,
under Mrs. Hackl's supervision, raised the yearly minimum
of S1000 to bring a student here and to send a Pulaski
Pulaski's one thousand shares of world friendship cir-
culated 'round as the sale of brownies and cupcakes
initiated the year's activities. Sights and sounds eddied
from the auditorium for the AFS and Stage Band pro-
duction, "Take Seven." At the program AFSers rendered
their talents, enacting a skit satirizing Pulaski school life.
March lst meant dance and chatter as foreign exchange
students joined Pulaskians at A'Movement '68," an all
school dance sponsored by the AFS club. Carnations and
more carnations ended the club's projects, springing up
for St. Patrick's and Senior Honor Day.
The AFS Day program highlighted the kaleidoscope of
AFS projects, bringing to true perspective the nature and
purpose of the year's activities. Foreign exchange students
from nine countries gathered at Pulaski.After a morning
assembly the exchange students toured classrooms, an-
swered questions, and exchanged ideas, walking together
and talking together with Pulaskis students.
A.F.S. students show that no matter wh
food becomes a universal denominator.
at country one lives in good
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TOP: A. Mollica, M. Ullslrup, T. Sear, G. Zaffke, S. Lukasik, C. Malak,
K. Laabs, G. Lukas, B. Cloud. ROW 3: D. Havill, L. Oslrowski, M.
Moras, S. Sarnecki, A. Knaak, J. Kosik, J. Feller, D. Jahnz, D. Deeds,
K. Ross, M. Dobbe, J. Sfrum. ROW 2: L. Osfrowski, S. Londo, M.
Color Guard: TOP: M. Novak, S, Biwer, J, Wilson, P, Andrews. BOT-
TOM: S. Lukasik, J. Barsul, C. Quigley, L. Kohl.
Witllieff, T. Safariano, C. Crosby, J. Banholzer, N. Roehr, K. Le-cus,
D. Kurlh. BOTTOM: J. Dailey, P. Perkins, B. Bualislik, C. Schaefer, J.
Wilson, M. Novak, D. Bobbe, G. Bauer.
"Wl'1ere's everybody going?" wonders Mr. DeVillers as he prepares
The band for the finale of the Winler Sports Pep Rally.
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