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Dieter Wolfarth: 1968-1969 Exchange Student

Dieter's love of exploring wildlife only grew in Worthington

Dieter Wolfarth was Crailsheim's exchange student to Worthington in 1968-1969.
Dieter Wolfarth was Crailsheim's exchange student to Worthington in 1968-1969.
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Host families:
Knoche (1 week), Heeringa, Langseth, Kirkeby, Falkner

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The sousaphone Günter received from Worthington is one of the reasons he plays in the Crailsheim City Band today
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Janssen's year in Crailsheim changed his life

Current city/state:
Michelbach an der Bilz, Germany

Current occupation:
retired (former senior high school teacher)

Fondest memory of my year in Worthington:
Prom night; working on the farm; wildlife, like fishing, canoeing.

How the year abroad changed me:
More self-confident, more tolerant, got to know a bit of the American way of life, got to know a lot of very nice people.

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Copies of the book "Worthington & Crailsheim: 75 Years of Partnership" are available for purchase at the Nobles County Historical Society in downtown Worthington.

Worthington & Crailsheim: 75 Years of Partnership
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Copies of the book "Worthington & Crailsheim: 75 Years of Partnership" are available for purchase at the Nobles County Historical Society in downtown Worthington.
75th Anniversary book, lapel pin unveiled during visit by Crailsheim band, city residents.
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Originally published July 25th, 1947, in the The Worthington Daily Globe
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Originally published April 29, 1958, in The Worthington Daily Globe
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Chad's year in Crailsheim had a family connection
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Staci remembers crossing the Berlin Wall into East Germany
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Astrid became an Opera singer after her year in Worthington
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Dieter's love of exploring wildlife only grew in Worthington
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The sousaphone Günter received from Worthington is one of the reasons he plays in the Crailsheim City Band today
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Host families:
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Janssen's year in Crailsheim changed his life
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Crailsheim gave Eva a lot - but her favorite thing is curiosity!
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Editorial originally published April 29, 1958, in The Worthington Daily Globe

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