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Happiness Is Receiving A Diploma
Concentrating on the effect of the medium, Lila Marshall busily adds
dabs of paint to her collage for Mr. Boyaiians art class.
Valedictarian Robert Konecny and Salutatorian Gwen Bauer receive
their awards and a warm handshake from Mr. Bergland.
With enthusiasm as their by-word, Pulaski seniors
made T968 a year of accomplishment. Spirited '68 seniors
spent their time leading. As officers of school clubs and
as leaders in extra-curricular activities, seniors provided
able direction. They guided eager underclassmen in the
timeless traditions of Pulaski spirit. Letterme-n's Club, Or-
chesis, and Natare kept interest in athletics blazing bright-
ly while Pulaski's actors and musicians kept high the
standards of artistic achievement. Seniors also devoted a
great deal of their time to ACT and SAT exams, iob
placement listing, and to stacks of college and iob appli-
cations. Spare moments were spent in polishing tarnished
class rings, writing term papers, exchanging pictures, and
reading worn copies of Gulliver's Travels.
As their final year drew to a close, seniors looked back
with nostalgia. They remembered once again there were
dim lights and homecoming mums. Once again loud voices
rang out in great, ear-splitting cheers. Once again Mr. Max
donned his "red suit" and ran into the gym.
Working, enjoying, remembering, Pulaski seniors eager-
ly awaited graduation. Finally, tassels turned, speeches
finished, diplomas in hand - with shining faces, Pulaski's
T968 seniors stepped out into the future.
Senior girls of Mrs. Haricock's health class agree nothing is more
inspiring than the fresh, healthful October air.
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Trumpeter Don Geisler sneaks in some before school practice for the
A.F.S. and the Stage Band production, "Take Seven."
"Hey! What's going on up there?" quizzes Linda Ragonese, standing
tall, as she cheerfully gets measured for her cap and gown.
Copy editor Ric Gruszynski illustrates his deep powers of meditation
while proofreading copy for the Cavalier annual.
"Oopsl Guess it's going to be the third floor today," says Barb
Sowinski because of the inconveniences of remodeling.
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Jan. Grads Face A Cold World
Mid-year graduates faced a rushed week before their
January l9 graduation day. Hurriedly, last minute assign-
ments were handed in before teachers issued final grades.
During the final week under the direction of the class
sponsors, Mrs. Gannon and Mr. Calenberg, the seniors
practiced the processional and recessional marches. The
senior planning committee and the class officers planned
activities for the class breakfast, baccalaureate services,
and the ceremony. lt was also this group of January
graduates who worked until only minutes before the tradi-
tional graduation banquet to decorate the cafeteria in
Pulaski's red and blue. Here the Pulaskians gathered for
the last time and said a hesitant good-bye.
The actual graduation ceremony ended one hundred
and fifty-nine high school careers. Guest speaker Mr.
William H. Younger of the Allen-Bradley Company em-
phasized that "gadflies" - parents, bosses, and teachers
-are necessary parts of lite to encourage, not to curtail.
Expressing the appreciation of his classmates, class presi-
dent, Rick Bentzien, presented the class gift to the school.
Mr. DeBriae and Mr. Jankovvski awarded the diplomas,
bringing the ceremony to a close.
Robert Konecny Gwendolyn Bauer
Getting together in the library to discuss last minute graduation details are January Class Sponsor Mr. Calenberg, Vice-President
Richard Klimek, Treasurer Thomas Schreck, President Rick Bentzien, Secretary Jose Rivera, and Class Sponsor Mrs. Gannon.
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