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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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Page 82 text:
FRENCH CLUB. Front row: Mrs. Walter fAdvisorD, Kathy
Rosinski CVice-Presidentl, Roxanna Maddox lTreasurerQ, Paula
Lilligren, Joanne Kiselewski, Denise Michael, Janet Goody-
koontz, Kathy Paradowicz. Second row: Linda Paradowicz
lSecretaryJ, Debbie Kuehn, Joan Jay, Diane Lewan, Mary Lou
Rosinski, Debbie Burgess, Carolyn Seriguchi, Glenna Taylor.
Madame Battah was missing from the group.
French, German Language Clubs
pursue associated cultural arts
It was a lean year 'for Franlclin's language clubs during
1968-69. Neither Spanish nor Latin groups were active at all, as
they had been in past years. French and German students,
interested in continuing beyond classroom study activities asso-
ciated with a language and its country, did get Organized.
French students attended a movie done completely with
spoken French and were able to go out to dinner a couple of
times to a French restaurant. German devotees also managed
to satisfy their appetites with Fatherland fare. Both groups
hoped that students from the other two language areas would
join them to continue the International Dinner tradition.
GERMAN CLUB. Front row: Herr Hebel CTeacherJ, Pat Stevens, Kathy
Rosko fVice-Presidentl, Deb Jahnke, Karen Farkas, Kathy Smith, Teddie
Anderson, Gretchen Goehmann fPresidentJ, Marilyn Miller. Second row:
Candee Jennings, Sue Ryan, Denise Michael, Chris Folsom, Nancy Eaton
lsecretaryl, Sharan Kassir, Marilyn Globke, Judy Birnhart, Cyndie Van-
Tuyl, Cyndie Grade. Third row: Debbie Niemiec, Lynne Eaton, Gayle
ShaFfer, Linda Doran, Forrest Dahl, John Kitzmiller, Jerry Thompson, Jim
Frusti, Deby Ward, Shaun Westphall, and Pat Secord.
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