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To help make French Club decisions and give ideas for special events are the French Club cabinet members from left to right: Alice Lee, Lu Ann Beinke, Carolyn Eagle, Judy Miers, Susie Sherrard, Janet Bertelsen, and Marianne Mcllvain. Annual tasting party adds French flavor once and yet was is a French Club called (in French) la cercle francaise. mostly girls belonged, at Halloween they played a French guessing game and bobbed for apples, at Christmas they sang carols, sometimes in English and sometimes in French, but al¬ ways in a unique impromptu sort of harmony, the rest of the time, they usually partied and had refreshments, it was a happy sort of bon vivant club. French Club spirit is brought out by the officers: Pres. Judy Miers, Vice-Pres. Carolyn Eagle, Sec. Lu Ann Beinke, and Treas. Alice Lee. 45
Page 48 text:
Yule party brightens German Club ' s year and then there was German club, an organization of good times along with learning ex¬ periences. and the school year with German club, a full year, the autumn picnic—roasting wei- ners over a fire, playing football in the fallen leaves, the Christ¬ mas celebration, playing a German spelling game, play¬ ing stump the boys in Ger¬ man, eating German cookies. and the Amana trip—sight¬ seeing in German colonies— German club. Reynold Carlson happily listens to Debbie Stone ' s musical strains. Ann and Carlene enjoy the annual German Club Christmas party. German Club cabinet Susan Anderson, Roy Phelps, Tim Curry, Ann Osborn, Carlene Bingaman, and Debbie Phelps examine language lab equipment. 44
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Pan American League welcomes APS student Pan American League officers Patty Sutton, Joan DeBarr, Craig Brown and Patricia Burke supervise things like eating tacos and breaking open pinatas. Pan Am members gather around to hear Fanny Larre tell of her native Urugray. the Pan-American league— lively in its fellowship, in its search for appreciation of Spanish and Latin American culture. Pan-Am—with assets all its own. Fanny Larre, foreign exchange student from Para¬ guay. the annual pinata party to spread joy (and sweets) among all. a skit in Spanish by fifth year students pre¬ sented for the club, and (best of all) an involved member¬ ship. The program at a meeting holds the attention of all the members. 46
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