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New Foods Popular With German Students German Club. As unique as the German country— an association of those interested in German customs and traditions. Through two students teachers learning about Germany is fun. The special events: weird, wild, wonderful. The tasting party In the teacher ' s dining room— leaving members with varied opinions on German foods. Contributing many of the same dishes for the International Dinner. Eyeing and eating the year out. Considering a trip to the Amana Colonies during the second semester. Think German—think fun. The German Club officers are Margaret Beckman, Tim Curry, Roy Phelps, and Debbie Phelps. The German Club cabinet consisting of Debbie Phelps, Ann Getting, Roy Phelps, Sue Micklas, Margaret Beck¬ man, Tim Curry, and julie Hegg meets in the room of its advisor, Mrs. Bowman, to discuss plans for the next meeting. Helen Veradi serves a German dish at a party. 34
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International Dinner Is Culinary Success
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jamy Scheider, LuAnne Beinke, Carolyn Eagle, Karen Dalponte, Carla Danielson, and Janet Bertelsen, the French Club cabinet, ready themselves for a big meeting of French students in the language lab. French Club Members Learn Parisian Way French Club An organization instilling various activities—to enjoy French foods and customs. A fall picnic-party commencing the new year. Tasting and trying a mountain of French delicasies— a HUGE success. Showing slides from A.F.S. members at one of their many meetings. Lending French-oriented dishes to the International Banquet; casseroles, French bread, eclairs. Listening and learning from a French foreign exchange student. Planning a trip to Chicago— as a final celebration. French Club: a happy-go- French-all-the-way kind of club. Officers of the French Club, Jamie Schneider, LuAnne Beinke, Carolyn Eagle, and Karen Dalponte, contemplate the French way of life while studying a Paris travel poster. 35
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