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Foreign Language Club
OFFICERS SEMESTER ONE
Thomas Polenz, Sergeant at Arms, Paddy Kirkpatrick, S.G.A. Representative, Sharon Becker, Treasurer,
Coreen Choinacki, Sergeant ai Armsp Janice Cradler, Secretary, Dorothy Haehle, Vice-Presiden
SPANISH PIN WINNERS
Betty Gonia, Charlotte Bowman, Miss Miller.
lg Martin Stoelzel,President.
The Foreign Language Club carries on a very
busy program throughout the year. Along with
the regular meetings, election of officers, and
guest speaker, the club sponsors a banquet, which
fits in with the festive activities around Christmas-
time. This event consists of a delicious dinner, fol-
lowed by a distinguished guest speaker who is
generally a person visiting the United States from
a foreign country.
The requirements for membership in the For-
eign Language Club are exacting but not selec-
tive. Any boy or girl who is a student of German,
Spanish, Latin, or French is eligible. The election
of officers is carried on in the respective sections,
and two representatives are selected from each
group. The members of each section vote among
themselves for the offices they are to hold, and
retain that position for a semester, with the excep-
tion of the S.G.A. representative, who holds his
office throughout the entire year.
The main purposes of Foreign Language Club
are to further understanding of the language and
country involved and to extend to the students a
more cultural and democratic background.
Sponsors: Miss Miller fChairmanI, Miss Freund,
Miss Prucha, Mrs. Schoofs.”