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Pulaski School Christmas program


Pulaski School Christmas program
Pulaski School students in December 1952, (front, from left) Bibian Pruski Janek, Wilfred Pruski (deceased), Fabian Palitza, Edmund Kolodziej Jr., Wilbert Felux, Raymond Peter Sekula, Ray Rocha, Gladys Keller Laskowski, (second row) Joan Mutz Gawlik, Albert Kotzur, Joann Waclawczyk Moczygemba, Raymond J. Sekula (deceased), Lorene Felux Camber, Norman Smolka (deceased), Lorene Moczygemba Siebold (deceased), (top) Elmarie Mutz Dunn, Dorothy Kotzur Mazac, Rosalie Smolka Urbanczyk, and Charles Dzuik as Santa Claus.


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In December of 1952, the students of Pulaski School put on a Christmas program for their parents called “Christmas Tree.” The program consisted of students from fourth, fifth, and sixth grades, each holding some type of Christmas decoration along with tree branches.

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