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Page 152 text:
With a refreshing between-class cold drink
in mind, Sue Meyer receives a cold shower
from all-too-willing Kathy Miiokovic.
Cavalier News Advertising Mgr., Jr. Prom
Plan. Comm., Quill and Scroll, Wrestling
AFS, Blue Masque, Cavalier News, Class Play,
GAA, Paramedical Club, Student Council,
Football, Gymnastics, Hall Monitor, Home-
coming King, Jr. Prom Court, Lettermen's
Girls Glee, Hall Monitor, Le Joie de Lire,
Attendance Monitor, Girls Glee, Guidance
AFS, FTA Secretary, Guidance Monitor, Le
Joie de Lire Pres., Natare, Paramedical Club,
Proiectionist, Student Council
Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Hall Monitor,
Lettermen's Club Secretary
Hall Monitor, P.A. Announcer, Sr. Plan.
Comm., Student Council, Tennis
Drill Team, GAA Pres., Hall Monitor, Jr.
Prom Plan. Comm., Office Ed. Club, Office
Monitor, Student Council, Honor Roll
Sr. Class Pres., Distributive Ed. Club V. Pres.,
Hall Monitor, Sr. Plan. Comm., Honor Roll
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June Grads Try Their Wings
On the evening of June lO the "things" of graduation
were evident. Class members and their teachers gathered
around cafeteria tables for the traditional senior banquet.
Senior Class President Janell Bauer issued a farewell to
Pulaski for the 1968 .lune class, and expressed thanks to
class sponsors, Miss Braun and Mr. Province, for their
assistance in planning the June Graduation program.
Co-officers Vice-President Wayne Hawley, Secretary Linda
Lewandowski, and Treasurer Cindy Perlaczynski were also
acknowledged for their part in the planning. After the
banquet seniors departed for the gymnasium where the
final "things" of graduation took place. During the
actual commencement, Janell Bauer presented the class
contribution toward the purchase of a complete stereo
tape system for the music department. Class valedictorian
George Stimac delivered the farewell speechy Mr. DeBriae
and Mr. Jankowski handed diplomas to successfull can-
didates, thus ending the business of sheepskins and tassels.
But there were also the "thoughts" of graduation. The
graduates pondered the thoughts left them by guest speak-
er, Mr. Charles W. Parker Jr., Allis-Chalmers vice-president.
The thoughts that friends, teachers, and Pulaski would be-
come only memories filled the minds of many. Varied
thoughts about the future separated the once unified class
of i968 as they rose from the Pulaski gymnasium to enter
a world of "unthought" thoughts.
Class Treasurer Cindy Perlaczynski, Vice-president Wayne Hawley Mr Province lstandingl Secretary Linda
Lewandowski, Miss Braun, and President Janell Bauer discuss preparations for the commencement cere
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Baum, Alan lNot Picturedl
Football, Hall Monitor, Sr. Plan. Comm.
Distributive Ed. Club, FTA, Girls Glee, P.A
Hall Monitor, Track, Wrestling
Band, Office Monitor, Orchestra, Student
Council, Honor Roll
AFS, IBM Monitor, Office Ed, Club, Student
Council, Usher Corps
Jr. Red Cross, Orchestra
Hall Monitor, Orchestra, Student Council
Booth, Robert lNot Picturedi
Office Ed. Club
Drill Team, Hall Monitor
A Cappella Choir, GAA
FTA, Hall Monitor, Home Ec. Club, Infirmary
Basketball, Football, Golf, Hall Monitor, Let-
Basketball, Football, Gymnastics, Hall Moni-
tor, Lettermen's Club, Track, Wrestling
Attendance Monitor, Drill Team, FTA, Girls
Glee, Guidance Monitor, Office Monitor
AFS, Band, Blue Masque, Class Play, FTA,
GAA, IBM Monitor, Jr. Red Cross, Library
A Cappella Choir, Attendance Monitor, Guid-
ance Monitor, Jr. Prom Plan. Comm., Stu-
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