Richard C Ferre

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Teens Bring Memories Back to S.L. If you're going to school in Lemvig, Denmark, your classes start at 7:45 a.m. and •chool's out at 2:45 p.m. • BUT THOSE hours met the approval of Jo Ellen Meyer 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. E. Meyer, 341 Garfield Ave. (1859 South), South High School student who returned Thursday from Denmark. ; Miss Meyer went to Denmark Denmark on an American Field Service Scholarship. Returning Thursday from Itzehoe, Germany, was Richard Richard C. Ferre, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ferre, 1215 Parkway Ave. (2400 South) student at Highland High School. • ' . HE MADE the jaunt on a Similar scholarship. Mr. Ferre had th'e privilege of speaking in English classes he attended in the German high school. He lived with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Treichel and their son Ellen Meyer ... It most wond«rful. experience. Richard C. Ferre . . . Germans Germans liked the Americans. Lngo, 18. Mr. Treichel is a grade school teacher. "THK G K R M A N S I met liked the Americans, but they all have the impression that all Americans are rich," he said. "In all my' travels I found that the Germans don't discuss communism." Miss Meyer lived with Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Pilgaard. And she had two "sisters," Hanne, 19, and Inger, 16. History To Future, Americans apparently have profited some by' history, but history cannot provide easy, clear answers to all problems of the future, the opening meet- ing of. the Pacific Coast Branch, American Historical

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 11 Sep 1959, Fri,
  3. Page 92

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