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Library Aides: TOP: G. Kempka, K, Lasiak, S. Rebak, S. Naidul, S.
Koscinslci, H. Hahn, J. Gyrion. ROW 2: V. Carollo, V. Januchowski, J.
Kaczor, K. Ehlenteldt, S. Schumacher, M. White, D. Craven. BOT-
TOM: B. Lisota, S. Swanson, P. Hotchkiss, M. Manthey, S. Tomczyk, L.
Deptula, C. Daniels.
Mr. Allman points out a method for measuring the wavelength of
light to star-minded Astronomy Club member Bob Stencel.
Attendance Monitors: TOP: S. Allison, K. Porter, L. Wilsman. ROW 2:
J. Pornmer, P. Samuels. BOTTOM: M. Rantanen, L, Burns, M. Engbring.
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June Planning Committee: TOP: S. Spranger, M. O'Brien, J. Bauer,
M. Ullstrup, G. Treptow. ROW 2: N. Janokuchi, K. Knueppel, C.
Edwards, J. Geisler. BOTTOM: D. Nimmer, J. Malak, C. Chou, D
Witklewicz, D. Bednar.
Seniors Plan for Their Big Day
Graduation, the pinnacle of the senior year, must be
entrusted to those capable of solving problems quickly
and correctly. The planners had to be prepared to handle
any complications. Their responsibility was to make this
occasion a significant memory for years to come.
The June and January Senior Planning Committees were
such groups. Elected by homerooms, they contributed to
their graduations the same efforts which seniors had put
into their three years of senior high school -hard work,
research, inquiry, and careful planning. The stage was
prepared while place-settings, centerpieces, and appropri-
ate backgrounds were chosen by the decoration commit-
tees. January Class Sponsors, Mrs. Gannon and Mr. Cal-
lenberg, and June Class Sponsors, Miss Braun and Mr.
Province, the class officers, and the planning committees
prepared details for the baccalaureate services and break-
fasts. lnvitations were sent to homeroom teachers and the
administration. Their final duty was to announce the
names of the graduates as they received their diplomas.
January Planning Committee: TOP: L. Lawman, K. Nordby, J. Mikula
BOTTOM: J. Wallrath, S. Dragoilovich, J. Banholzer.
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Clubs Grow from Student Interest
Librarians Mrs. Yankee and Mrs. Canarie received as-
sistance from students who gave up their study time.
LIBRARY AIDES were kept busy typing index cards, slip-
ping and repairing books, keeping the shelves and maga-
zine room in order, checking books, and collecting fines.
Mrs. Troglia along with the ATTENDANCE MONITORS
efficiently performed the difficult task of keeping track of
Pulaski's entire student body. They recorded daily ab-
sences, tardiness, and period absences.
"The spherical trigonometry of Jupiter's 'L' points is
equally correspondent through all of the solar system's
celestial mechanics." If one can decipher this code, he
probably belongs to the ASTRONOMY CLUB. Under Mr.
AlIman's direction, members tripped their way through
Piles of books and mounds of school supplies surrounded
BOOKSTORE MONITORS as they were mobbed by stu-
dents before and after school hours. Under Mr. Nelson's
supervision, these girls supplied Pulaskians with every type
of equipment from pencils to advanced math books.
Receptionist, typist, telephone operator, mailman, mes-
senger, and delivery boy-all these were the roles of the
OFFICE MONITORS. These hard-working students sacri-
ficed their free periods to relieve the secretaries of many
of the tasks necessary to keep the school running smoothly.
Office Monitors: TOP: R. Pankovvski, C. Cieslik, P. Krumnow, K. Dulka,
J. Lepkowski, J. Murphy, L. Ragonese. ROW 3: L. Buchner, C, Petre,
C. Rohrig, K. Malecki, J. Woitecki, P. Barker, ROW 2: N, Shipman,
With the ringing of the cash register, and iingling of change, book-
store cashiers devote their time to serving Pulaski's students.
J. Schmuhl, L. Hotson, J, Doro, M. Jakubiak, L. Lowmann, D. Halver-
son. BOTTOM: L. Parr, M. Zervic, D. Bobbe, S. Krawczyk, C, Brzycki,
K. Nowicki, C. Budka, D. Schwarz.
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