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Page 93 text:
In observance of Brotherhood Week Jesse Wilson and Donna Oberiat
carefully pin pictures on Miss lsley's bulletin board.
Mr. Pelkowski Miss Philipkowski
Sociology U.S. History
Miss Isely Mr. Marasch
. U.S. l'li5lOl'y, Modern History Modern Higtory, U,S, History
Mr. Romberg Mr. Sonnenberg
American Government, GeOQfClpl1y, Geography, Modern History,
Basketball Coach Head Wrestling Coach,
Students from Rufus King toured Pulaski during National Brotherhood
Week to promote racial understanding.
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Social Studies Probes Interactions
Students in Mrs, Dondlinger's Sociology class share their knowledge
through oral reports and bulletin board displays.
Mr. Felkowski lets his students take time out from their rigorous schedule
to unwind and partake in Christmas festivities.
Students began to see that man is destined for
society through Pulaski's Social Studies Department. Those
who took Modern History traced the development of
western civilization from the Valley Ur to the jungles of
Vietnam. Scanning the globe, World Geography students
found that man could progress despite monsoon rains,
barren deserts, cmd bitter cold temperatures. In United
States history, Pulaskians discovered how such patriots
as Patrick Henry and John F. Kennedy personified Ameri-
Our Social Studies Department did not, however,
confine itself to geography and history courses. American
Government gave Pulaskians the chance to learn their
rights and obligations as United States citizens. A study
of man's relationship to man was the purpose of the one-
semester Sociology course, and Economics, also one
semester, explored man's financial transactions.
Mr. Soucie Mrs. Adamski
Dept. Chairman, American U.S. History,
Government, Modern History, Jr. Prom Sponsor
Miss Cannon Mrs. Dondlinger
U.S. History Sociology, Economics
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Miss Mohr scrutinizes each stitch advising improvements as members ofthe sewing class knit one, purl two.
ome Ec. Supplie
Can you name a cheese by its smell? Do you know
the difference between a soup and a consomme? Can you
plan a budget for an average family or decorate a home
to fit a family's needs? Ask a student who took one of
Pulaski's varied home economics courses. These were
some of the questions answered by the projects under-
taken in Family Living and Home Planning classes, Stu-
dents gained practical skills and also learned to ac-
curately operate modern equipment found in American
homes lwhere gas stoves, electric irons, and toasters are
commonplacel, Home Economics for Seniors is a special
course for girls who have had no previous home eco-
nomics. This course offers basic instruction in Foods and
Clothing limperative for young womenl. Whether you like
a taste of the unusual or would like to acquire practical
skills, there is something for you in home economics.
Members of the home planning class discover the importance of using
the correct glasses to enhance a dinner table.
a Pinch of Insight
Miss Mohr Mrs. Markwardt
Dept. Chairman, Clothing,
Family Living, Textile Arts
Child Development, Family
Living, Home Planning
Busy hands symbolize future homemakers receiving a lesson in working
efficiently with others as they perfect recipes.
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