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Page 16 text:
Community Doors Cpen to P. H. .
A concerned parent and Mr. Sonnenberg take advantage of
opportunity for consultation on Parent-Teacher Conference D
Action was the key word for PuIaski's young citizens
who took an active part in both school and community
activities, Several clubs gave students an opportunity to
become a part of their community. The American Field
Service chapter made up of both students and adults,
sponsored such activities as a Carnation Day and an
A.F.S. dance. Another group was the Paramedical Club,
which prepared its members for careers in medicine. The
Drill Team also participated in our community life by
marching in such parades as the Memorial Day Parade.
Pulaski further took p:1rt in our community as the
Student Council collected and distributed Thanksgiving
Baskets to less fortunate families. The Junior Red Cross
cheered up the invalids of the County lnstitutions with
festively wrapped soap and sponsored their annual
Friendship Bag Drive providing numerous toys for needy
The business community in Milwaukee also opened its
doors to Pulaskians every afternoon in the two business
programs. The Office Education girls found employment
in business offices, practicing such skills as typing, taking
shorthand, filing, and operating switchboards. The Dis-
tributive Education Program employed students in mer-
chandising, selling, and advertising positions.
Pulaskians Ken Jirikowic, Audrey Daines, and Clarence Chou defeat Burlin ton, 364 to 225 on
g , the TV quiz show, i'Who Knows'-5"
Page 15 text:
Homecoming Spirit Outshines Loss
Pulaski's T967 Homecoming festivities started out en-
thusiastically with a three hour all-school pep rally on
Friday, September 29. Loyal Pulaskians in navy blue and
red and the traditional mums of the seniors made the
balcony anal floor an appropriate setting. Skits by the
senior boys, cheerleaders, Natare, A.F.S., and Orchesis
pepped students for a spirited weekend. Sophomore home-
room l5's i'Big Ram Scares the Little lnclians" took first
place in a parade of laboriously decorated homeroom
and organization floats. Ram-rousing spirit concluded the
assembly with Mr. Max's Classic, "lnty Minty Tibbity Fig."
But the iinx failed, only the weather was perfect for
the afternoon ot the Homecoming game against Custer.
Severely handicapped by the iniuries of two vital players,
John Wawrzonkowski and Bob Zydowicz, the Rams were
able to hold back the Indians only until the fourth quarter.
Then two unexpected lndian touchdowns defeated Pulaski
for the first time in the i967 season, 20-6.
The dismay of the afternoons loss disappeared during
the dance Saturday night. Spirits soared in the atmosphere
created by life-size images of football players and deco-
rations in school colors adorning the walls. While spec-
tators watched from the balcony, King Tom Alberti and
Queen Jackie Schult were crowned by last year's royalty,
and then ascended regal thrones to reign for the evening.
Queen Jacquelyn Schult and King Thomas Alberti reign over the
traditional homecoming festivities of 1967.
Homecoming Court: TOP: R. Riley, S. Krawczyk, K. Kesich, J. Wawrzonkowski. BOTTOM: H. Katrichis, K, Miiokovic, C. Cieslik, R. Zydowicz.
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"Daddy Rams," cold but proud, line up for half-time introductions during Parenfs Day al The viclorious game wlTl'1 Hamillon.
Roseonn Wesolowski and Bonnie Wargo bear the efloris made by
Pulaslcians ro extend o helping hand to tlwe less forlunale,
lanell Bauer proudly displays her lroplwy for Salesman of The Year
e a background of awards won by fellow studenfs.
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