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Page 79 text:
Checking names on the homeroom lists of the people who bought year-
books, Jeanine Harper and Nancy Briggs labovei made sure they had
everyone. Ann Marie Saplis concentrated on some copy she had written.
Trying to choose the best pictures for the track and field page, Janis
Gibson and Gary Medland lleftl studied each one.
Bob Joyner and Mary Ellen Darrah counted and put away boxes of
candy that the yearbook staff sold to raise money for the Almanack.
Cutlines, headlines, deadlines
add up to Almanack
With bright new ideas and some stale old ones the
Franklin Almanack rated high in national competition.
Winning first place recognition from the National
School Yearbook Association, Colombia Scholastic Press
Association, and the National Scholastic Press Associa-
tion, the 1968 Almanack held up a tradition that the
yearbook started and has kept up since 1963. Hope-
fully, the T969 Almanack will carry on the tradition.
This year the Almanack staff sold booster buttons
as usual and sold candy and bagels for the first time
to raise money. The bagels, which were sold at the
home football games, were the biggest hit of the three.
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International Club sponsor Mrs. Kangelaris and club member Dan
Vigliarolo discussed the success of the International Club Tea. The
annual function altorded students an opportunity to acquaint themselves
with foreign students from other schools. Lucia Ku and an unidentified
visitor sampled various cookies and cakes, primarily of the domestic
variety, which constituted refreshments at the tea.
Another activity of the club was the decoration of a car for home-
coming. Jan Staal and Ruby Almeda occupied the open convertible,
their warm smiles overcoming traditional cold, windy weather.
INTERNATIONAL CLUB. Front row: Mrs. Kangelaris iAdviserl, Arlene
Newton, Corrine Smereka, Denise Braun, Karen Montgomery, Linda
Clark, Sheila Spencer, Kathy Paradowicz, Kathy Wallace, Connie Camp-
bell, Sharlene Newton. Second row: Darlene Vitale, Judy Birnhart, Can-
dee Jennings, Janet Goodykoontz, Dan Vigliarolo, Debbie Wilson, Linda
Paradowicz, Roxanne Maddox, Terry Makinen, Margaret Zedan, Denise
Michael, Beverly Manko. Third row: Paula Lilligren, Cyndie Van Tuyl,
Jennie Broome, Judy Jay, Marcia McMurtrey, Diane Lewan, Suzi Pasler,
Shirley Rae, Elaine Stanley CVice-Presidentj, Debbie Sands, Jackie Fraser,
Judy Carlson. Fourth row: Janet Alden, Cathy Munz, George Haddad,
Nancy Briggs, Jan Staal, Maureen Regan, Curt Steinhauer, Maureen
Wesley, Paul Damminga, Ellen Pitt, Debbie Blaesing, Sharon Koehn
KPresidentJ, Craig Schuman.
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Bonds of international 'Friendship grew stronger
as the International Club again welcomed new foreign
exchange students. Jan Staal from the Netherlands and
Ruby Almeda from the Phillipines were taken under the
protective wing of the club's president and members.
One of the major accomplishments of the club was
encouraging peaceful, meaningful relationships among
the countries of the world. Although not pictured on
this page, Franklin also welcomed several foreign stu-
dents mid-term: three boys from Brazil-Claudio Carp-
inelli, Paulo Correa, and Luis Croce, as well as Beatriz
Tomalino from Uruguay, and Ana Undurraga from Chili.
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