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Page 143 text:
Jubilant seniors giggle with delight as they
inspect caps and gowns earned by three
years of diligent study,
Adams, Pauline iNot Picturedl
Girls Glee, Guidance Monitor, Hall Monitor,
Jr. Prom Court, Natare
Bangust, Antoinette lNot Picturedl
Band, FTA, Hall Monitor, lnfirmary Monitor,
Jr. Prom Plan. Comm., Jr, Red Cross, Orches-
tra, Sr. Plan. Comm., Student Council
Band, Orchestra, Honor Roll
Sr. Class Pres., Golf, Hall Monitor, Jr. Prom
Plan. Comm., Sr. Plan. Comm., Student
Golf, Holl Monitor, Wrestling
Distributive Ed. Club, Girls Glee, Science
Club, Stamp Club
Band, Guidance Monitor, Hall Monitor, Jr.
Prom Court, Natare, Orchestra
Library Aides, Student Art League, Student
Proiectionist, Stage Crew
Blue Masque, Class Play, Girls Glee
Page 142 text:
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.
Page 144 text:
Cavalier News, Office Monitor, Student
Drill Team, Girls Glee, lnfirmary Monitor, Jr.
Prom Court, Orchesis, Sr. Plan. Comm.
Attendance Monitor, Girls Glee, Hall Moni-
tor, Home Ec. Club, Jr. Red Cross, Library
Aides, Student Council
Jr. Prom Court
Baseball, Hall Monitor, Jr. Red Cross, Pro-
GAA, lnfirmary Monitor, Library Aides, Para-
Football, Hall Monitor, Jr. Prom Court, Jr.
Prom Plan, Comm., Track, Wrestling
Jr. Red Cross
A Cappella Choir, Attendance Monitor, Dis-
tributive Ed. Club, FTA, Girls Glee, Guidance
Monitor, Infirmary Monitor, P.A. Announcer,
Sr. Plan. Comm., Student Council
AFS, Cavalier News Co-News Ed., Orchesis,
Quill and Scroll
Hall Monitor, Swimming
Girls Glee, Hall Monitor, Proiectionist
Fitzgerald, Dennis lNot Picturedl
Jr. Prom Plan. Comm., Paramedical Club,
Girls Glee, Jr. Prom Court, Jr. Red Cross
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