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Row one: H. Bowers, B. McCreary, S. English, J. Lomax, A. Averhart, L. A. Booker, row two: J. M:Creary,
B. Randell, S. Karnstein, A. Tanowitz, P. Lieberman, M. Broidap row three: R. Daniels, J. Delloria, J. Ocker,
B, Rifkin, S. Delmont, C. Carouino, S. Goodstain, S. Kaufman, T. Wishnevg row four: D. Webb, J. Bursackf
R. Ball, J. Newman, S. Rosko, D. Dyer H. Piasky, E. Wilkoff, T. Kennedy, L. Abramovitx.
Le Cercle Francais Officers
Sitting: G. Davidson, vice-president, M. Tessler, treasurer, J. Robinson,
president, A. Thornton, secretary, standing: D. Orze, asst. trans., M.
Guns, F. Turowski, advisor.
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"The French ambassador upon that instant.
Craved audience: and the hour I think is come
To give him audience." IHenry V2
Le Cercle Francais
Row one: S. leebaw, J. levy, L. lobe, P. Passell, C. D'Amica, S. Sandler, C. Theodore, N. Frantz, M
Guarnlerlg row two: J. Schwartz, C. Paranzine, M. Greenberger, C. Krauss, D. Brown, J. Dennis, raw three: P
Lyden, J. Fiscus. S. Zoss, I. Rogovin, 5. Klein, S. Tracey, P. Davis, P. Barnes, row four: M. Kaufman, l. Silver-
man, C. Jones, L. Kravitz, P. Haines, M. Logan, G. Gourley, K. Birch, J. Ipp.
Once again Le Cercle Francais, Senior French Club, held their monthly meeting
in a member's home. French was the language of the evening beginning with the
business meeting and being carried right through the entertainment and the final
"bon soir"-good night.
The Christmas meeting was at the home of Josephine Robinson, whose parents
acted as hosts. Other meetings were held at the homes of Barbara Rifkin, Sue Sandler,
Jane lpp, Greta Davidson and Ernie Wilkoff.
Committees usually serve the refreshments. Among the programs have been
original plays, dramatizations of classroom stories, and contests using French proverbs
Working along with advisors, Miss Catherine Wary and Miss Florence Turowski,
are this year's fine team of officers: Josephine Robinson, president, Greta Davidson,
vice-president, Mark Tessler, treasurer, and Anita Thornton, secretary. Assistant
treasurers are Marcia Gurss and Diane Orze.
This year's members established a French commencement award of S25 to be
given annually to the outstanding advanced French student.
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"For mine own part, it was French to me." IApoIogies to Caesar!
Le Petit Cercle Francais
Row one: L. Patterson, R. Matheson, B. Shifman, l
Marks, R. Gore, J. Janes, P. Fabian, J, Corcoran, M
Hahn, row two: C. Bryant, J. Chuffo, R. Burgo, J
Ellington, L. Coney, G. King, J. Phillips, R. Long, K
Burley, S. Heard, row three: J. Waddell, D. Yarmy
L. Douglas, B. Franklin, K. Black, M. Hunter, P
Kimbrough, T. Harris, J. Winston, C. Conway, .I
Genaro, row four: H. Kirker, W. Watson, R. Fleming
B. DeAngelo, B. Summers, M. Mass, S. Ress, L. Jones
L. Berndt, D. Probert, C. Jones, B. Londolt.
Le Petit Cercle Francais Officers
Officers: row one: E. Carrozzino, J. Solomon, B. chudie
leoffwl. Bolton, row two: J. Hogg, M. Henderson, Miss
Members of Le Cercle Francais enioyed skits, singing and social functions after
school each month under the direction of Miss Catherine Wary and Miss Florence
The first skit presented was written by a sophomore, Peggy Henderson. Members
of Le Cercle Francais also presented an entertaining skit about a dance. There were
many quizzes on geography and history.
Meetings were held bimonthly in the cafeteria. Refreshments were planned and
served by different members each time. French was used during the business meeting
and French songs were sung at the close of each meeting.
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