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THE PIONEERING MEMBERS of the French Club’s first cabinet are KNEELING: Diane Slentz. Barb Swanson, Paula Kahn, and Sandy Salstrom. STANDING- Tnsh Williams, Linda Graupner. and Ann Clark. R.I. Literary Club Offers New Challenges library bookshelves are Diane Bruhn, Vice-chairman; Kick Steck, Chairman; and Bonnie Anderson, Secretary. November, 1965, marked the initiation of a new org-anization. Eng-lish instructor Mr. David Ramacitti sparked and fostered the Literary Club from novel idea into reality. Open free to all with a C average in English, and operating without a treasury, the tiny club strived to become a forum for original analysis and creative writing. From the onset, it divided into two areas of emphasis; one half concentrating on ori¬ ginal contributions; the other, on literary criticism of such as James Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, and J. D. Salinger’s Franny and Zooey. Spring, 1966, brought the school’s first literary magazine-composed of student efforts, and edited by members of the found¬ ling Literary Club. Literary Club 157
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French Club Soars High with New Programs THE OFFICERS OF the French Club are from the left: Diane Slentz, Vice-president; Barb Swanson, .5 President; Paula Kahn, Secretary, and Sandy Sal- strom. Treasurer. The French Club for ’65 - ’66 expanded to include new fields of interest, new members, and new ideas for fun. Because of increased interest in the club, a cabinet was org’anized to work with the officers and advisors in planning and producing club prog rams. Linda Graupner represented the sophomore class, Patricia Williams spoke for the juniors, and Ann Clark stood up for the seniors at monthly cabinet meeting s. A melodramatic skit, which introduced the officers and cabinet to all members, and an unusual Christmas party, at which members decorated the French rooms with wrapping paper and imag ination, were hig hlig hts of the Year’s prog rams. The possibility of arrang ing a summer job in Europe was discussed, and, at the annual banquet held in the spring, the new officers and cabinet were announced and the year’s activities brought to a close. THE FRENCH CLUB officers and cabinet produced a melo¬ drama for club members. The cast includes SEATED: Bob Goldman, Paula Kahn, Linda Graupner, Bob Bacon, and Barb Swanson. STANDING: Ann Clark, Sandy Salstrom, Diane Slentz, and Trish Williams. 156 French Club
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ASSUMING EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITIES for the Goldman, Linda Schultz. Sherrie Jacobson, and Loren e first semester CRIER are SEATED: Jan Wollenburg , Schreiner. Barb Swanson, and Diane Bruhn. STANDING: Connie Departmental Views Find Outlet in Crier The CRIMSON CRIER, Rocky’s bi-week¬ ly newspaper, flowered with the newness of spring , even with its autumn start. The fall semester staff added three new dimen¬ sions to the CRIER. The ’’Gold Managerie” exhibited a refreshing type of satirical hu¬ mor. Along with the usual editorial, “As We See It,” various high school department heads submitted their views; and occasion¬ ally, a student guest editorialist was recog¬ nized. The CRIER also paraded a community service —“Cultural Comment.” This feature reviewed local concepts such as the Tri-City Symphony and “An Evening with the Royal Ballet.” Assisting in the production of the CRIMSON CRIER were Nicholas Peshang, Advisor; and David Borth, Printing Director. SEEKING ADVICE OF Mr. Peschang are these des¬ perate staff members: Diane Bruhn. Jan Wollenburg: and Sherrie Jacobson. 158 Crimson Crier
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