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Page 125 text:
To the music of "The Lonely Bull", Nalare members Jane and Jean
Schmuhl portray the grace and elegance befifling The marador.
TOP: K. Slempski, A. Marek, D. Schopp, D. Tomasino, C. Woodward,
G. Indo, P. Wisniewski, F. Welk, J. Weiss, J. Schmuhl, l.. Biedrzyki.
ROW 2: R. Weslowski, P. Moran, T. Wasielewski, I. Rukis, W. Coleman,
R. Simic, C. Kachelmeier, W. Cooper, K, Kealon, S. Broom, J. Schmuhl.
President Merrie Engbring gleefully porlrays rhe "Awakening" of a
shimmering pearl from a shell in Nafare's "Dreamland,"
BOTTOM: R. Muelver, S. Biwer, D, Sobieszczyk, J. Woidcn, G, Mar-
cinicrk, N. Wichgers, M. Engbring, I. Luchl, B. Havey, C. Tucholka, P.
Herfel, D. Christiansen.
Page 124 text:
Natare Floats Through Dreamland
The trio of Jane Schmuhl, Patricia Hertel, and Jean Schmuhl display
grace and harmony as they present "Tropical Mirage."
lt's dark with eerie music when Rosecinn Wesolowski and Nancy
Wichgers perform as the "Creatures from the Black Lagoon,"
With a splash and gurgle, the "mermaids" of Natare
again playfully slapped the water with their "fins" to
present their annual show. This year's cascade, guided by
Mrs. Dougherty, was entitled "Dreamland" Natare was
further headed by the club officers: president Merrie
Engbring, vice-president lone Lucht, and secretary Nancy
Wichgers. Jill Geisler produced and Ric Gruszynski exe-
cuted this year's narration.
The aqua show's theme offered multifold opportunities
for the Natare member to use her imagination and show
her skills in the water. The show's opening number was
gaily performed to carousel music as the "mermaicls" por-
trayed merry-go-round horses. Original swim numbers
such as "The Pink Panthers," "Jack and Jill," and "Toy
Soldiers" were accented by the colorful costumes worn by
the girls. Brightly decorated butterflies dangled from the
ceiling to suggest the airiness of the theme, a giant story-
book was built at one end of the pool to bring out the
fantasy for "Dreamland," colored lights added still more
to this affect. The closing number took a more dramatic
turn when the girls posed as Grecian statues and ended
the show as they started it - with a splash!
Vice-President lone Lucht, President Merrie Engbring, and Secretary-
Treasurer Nancy Wichgers spook up a "Nightmare,"
Page 126 text:
Cavalierettes Mark Time in Drill
As the sounds of hoarse commands and forceful steps
echoed through the halls, the Pulaski drill team signalled
its marching practices. Under the guidance of Miss Braun,
an assortment of formations, such as the zig-zag, Royal
Step, and the traditional "P," were rehearsed. The prac-
tices were held every Tuesday and Thursday and aften
before school to assure everyone of the routines. Working
hard, the girls devised many of the formations themselves
and were able to complete a successful year.
The Cavalierettes marched for many different occasions,
such as the Milwaukee Loyalty Day Parade and various
football and basketball games. At the Bay View vs.
Pulaski basketball game, the drill team highlighted their
performance by swirling six foot long red and blue twirls
to i'Whipped Cream" by Herb Alpert and the Tiiuana
Brass. To add spark to their appearance, the Cavalierettes
dressed uniformly in navy skirts, red sweaters with the
Pulaski emblem, and navy tams accented by red plumes.
Full-fledged drill team members ponder over candidates fo
marchers as Miss Braun sounds off commands to the recruits.
Drill team members execute a precision move while forming their intricate patterns during half-time ceremonies.
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