European Stars And Stripes Newspaper Archives May 6 1968, Page 15

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European Stars and Stripes (Newspaper) - May 6, 1968, Darmstadt, HessePage 16 the Star and stripes my 6, 196 emphasis on youth 68 Spring i on especially dramatic time for Young people. If they Are leaving High school it s a tint for Dodsons that May defer mine the entire Tutoro course of their lives. If they Are leaving College the decisions Are even More pressing. It s a time when fledglings must leave the nest to seek their own fortunes. It s also a time for the freshness of Romance for Carefree moments with Good friends for dreams and excitement of what lies ahead. Her Are a few things us Desea youths Are up to. -m.a.r. Members of Hanau Germany s teen club staged a fashion show for their mothers and teen aged friends from nearby areas. Pants suits mini skirts berets it s All part of the teen scene. The main thing they say is to look smart and Well groomed. Most future classroom teachers travel Only a few Miles from their University to get on the Job training. Not so for 13 univer sity of Florida seniors now doing practice teaching with . Dependent schools in Germany and Spain. They pay their own expenses including travel room and Board. Trainees and cities of their schools Are David Lederman Catherine Moore Linda Gehris and Jane Ross Wiesbaden Ger Many Donald Gold end John Lynch Wuerzburg Germany Linda Welk and Jana Feldman Nuernberg Stephen Oakley Karlsruhe Germany Michael Justiss Mannheim Germany Susan Edwards Heidelberg Solomon Odenz Rota Spain and Marie Sardinha Seville Spain. From left miss Sardinha miss Feldman miss Welk miss Ross miss Moore and 2nd Row Lederman Lynch Oakley. Life High school is the time for what possibly is the most memorable Ball of All the Junior senior prom. Sometimes it s the occasion for the Young lady of the family to get her first gown. And does t Junior look grown up in his Tux. It s a fairytale time com plete with Queens and Kings. Augsburg Germany american High school already has held its prom. Reigning Over it were from left Paul Van Lith and miss Pat Townes elected King and Queen by the student body Linda Chabet and Fred Richardson and Benita Harrison and Noel Neumann princesses and princes. Financial Aid is essential for some students if they Are to continue on to College. Because of this Many american schools in Europe Benefit from organizations formed especially to raise funds for student scholarships. Each year thousands of dollars provide help for hundreds of american military and civilian de Pendents. A typical group is the Frankfurt american scholarship association chartered during the 1961-62 school year. Since then it has raised More than $60,000 and Given More than 120 scholarships. Brig. Gen. Kenneth w. Kennedy association chairman meets with from left John Teleska Debbie Schmidt ton Berski and Bernie Smith. Rel to

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