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Page 31 text:
The daydreamer, th
"It l can hold on to it long enough, l think l can sell it," says Pa
Koss as she struggles with her F.T.A. candy.
e completely baffled, and the mischievous ore only three of the many moods found in library studies.
Ken Jirikowic of the newspaper staff listens attentively while he
interviews Saovanit Osuwanna from Bangkok, Thailand on A.F.S. Day.
Page 30 text:
Underclassmen Wait and Wonder
Carefully checking Arlene Czekalski's program, Miss Asimont ma
sure Arlene will have all of her graduation requirements.
The Pulaski Student Body was, indeed, the 'lcorps
d'action" of Pulaski, the educational system. While the
towering seniors provided the proper head muscle for
further development, the determined sophomores and
juniors were the feet, getting Pulaski underway, and the
heart and stomach, keeping the whole, spirited and strong.
These vital underclassmen were always there, working -
at the pep rallies, the soul of school spirit, at the sports
events, the test of school strength, and at all the shows
of school pride and loyalty.
Entering Pulaski for the first time, over-anxious and
ultra-enthusiastic sophomores dashed through the chains
of corridors looking for the white bubblers, cafeteria, and
pool. However, they soon managed to flow together with
the juniors and seniors, the main arteries of school life.
Blood pressure mounted as the sophomores took the
"STEP" and NSCAT" achievement tests, which were soon
accompanied by an emotions test - handling the wet
frog flesh perfumed with formaldehyde in biology class.
Juniors penetrated the inner layers of challenge and
prestige. They studied U. S. history and American litera-
ture, seeing how our country cultivated its mental and
physical resources. When it came to activities, the iuniors
reigned at the prom, the show that they had planned
New Pulaskians take time off from their mid-semester vacation to attend the orientation program and tour the school.
Page 32 text:
'I-Mr. Yesko and Mrs. Clements-Special Education
TOP: S. Naidul, D, King, M. Fialkowski, S. Humbert, E. DiPie1ro, R
Rodriquez, J. Nowak. ROW 3: F. White, V. Gonzalez, V. Kaczmarek
D. Chmieliewski, A. Schweda, R. Machnik, J. Pacala, K. Schwamn
ROW 2: P, Humbert, M. Coopman, M. White, G. Kulas, L. Wisniewski
M. Thompson, S. Broncatfi, P. Haley. BOTTOM: G. Dunse, P. Hogan
K. Kowalski, R. Bukowski, R. Schmidt, J. Kirchmeir, J. Schutte, R
123 - Mrs. Hackl 1 'IOB
TOP: W. Meyers, R. Wawrzyniak, D. Gradall, J. Fisher, K. Gadzalin
ski, K. Geary. ROW 3: J. Shields, D. Krloeske, S. Behl, D. Lembke
L. Lilla, M. Dillon, D. Wolfe. ROW 2: F. Menehan, R. Helfenstein
K. Koneczka, C. Lewanclowski, L. Holt, S. Romanowicz, J. Gminski
J. Weber. BOTTOM: R. Tesch, T. Banaszak, R. Helton, R. Kordash
M. Peters, D. Smith, M. Skibinski.
Margie Raclaw patiently waits as classmate Kathy Kaczmarek deposits
SJO for her class ring, the symbol of upper classmen.
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