camille foetisch 1963

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camille foetisch 1963 - Rotary Exchange Student Swiss Girl 6 Paupa...
Rotary Exchange Student Swiss Girl 6 Paupa Student a ton NEWFOUNDLAND — One of languages, music and drawing. | wftl be announced tlic most exciting projects under-1 She plans to continue her studies taken by the Rotary Club during its decade and more of service to the community will be the dub's participation for the dirst time in the Student Exchange Program of District 741, Rotary International, this year. Camille Foetisch, a 17-year-old miss whose home is on Chemin de Caudoz 70 Fully, Lausanne, Switzerland, Switzerland, will arrive in Newfoundland Newfoundland in August to begin a year of schooling at the Southern Wayne and Wallenpaupack Area Joint School systems. She will go with the senior class of Southern Wayne to the new jointure building building when it opens in February. Camille is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Foetisch, of Lausanne. Lausanne. Her father, a Rotarían, is in the music trade. She attended Elementary, Secondary, and Mercantile Mercantile School in Lausanne and Iseltwald; is a protestant; and is especially interested in foreign , , , , , , "This is going to He an interest- m (oragn Uuiguages andart, L ^ „ “T* Gangewre in annoying it. author outside o( school «p- ,,w C Hoary club: the stu- ments. Cairulle replied • French! ^ Wayne a n d hI, Wallenpaupack; the p^ple of the his descriptions ot social classes; M are ^ ,„! S SdL.l^raC-k>ve the opportunity to picsen, ,0 Camille Foetisch ters; Goethe for his poems. She Iras had three years of English with a "fairly good know-, ledge,” and is certificated in German. German. I She reported in answer to questions questions that her idea of the four major issues confronting the United United States today are: Telestar; Election of President Kennedy; Cuba crises; and "Shalk” vaccine. The four major world issues in older of their importance which she noted are space conquest; end | of colonialism ; common market; and application of atomic energy. Two Reasons Camille said she wanted to come ' 'to this country for a year’s study for two reasons; to study the customs customs and the way of life of another another country; and to widen her knowledge in any sphere. Camille is the oldest of three children, including Nicole, who is 14; and Jean Christophe, 11. The Rotary program is being headed by Tom Gangewere, incoming incoming president who will succeed Willis Gilpin as president this Summer. Also serving on the committee committee are Dr, Harold Gilbert; the Rev. Larry Lindenmuth; Clayton Northup, and Peggy Bancroft. Students who will serve as friendly advisers to Camille during during her year’s stay will be selected selected by the committee. Host homes Camille — and, in turn, to her country — a good picture of a friendly, piogressive, interested part of ti>e United States. Rotarians, meeting jointly with the Hawley Rotary Club at White Beauty View this week, had the opportunity of hearing a Scranton Rotary Gub exchange student from Finland. At DUFFY’S One of the Most Exciting Big FBÏE ATTRACTION P722302Z8ZZZjQZaj A PresenW'p/CX

Clipped from The Pocono Record28 May 1963, TuePage 27

The Pocono Record (Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania)28 May 1963, TuePage 27
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