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That printed paper in your mailbox every Wednesday — What is it to you? Maybe you prefer the sports page or a feature catches your eye. It may be a hot edi¬ torial or news that has some special meaning. You may just glance at the photos and cartoons or cut your name out to send home. Whatever the reasons, you read it — It ' s your paper. eundmg j il ; ,j • r [ m jU 1. j] p h I j j ■ , - If ip 2 3 I 1 Advisor Terry White and editor Viki consult on the makings of a feature story. 2 Denny works intently on his layout. 3 SOUNDING BOARD STAFF, LEFT TO RIGHT: Gary Lopez, Frances Unger, Col¬ leen Austin, Gary Belles, Viki Cover, No- reen Irvin, John Rife, Jeanine Hirschy, Fred Logan, Denny Schultz. ABSENT: Tim Weil, Peggy Bechtel, Ken Grisso. 148
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SOCIAL LIFE: TASK OF SAB Social Activities Board is the third branch of Student Government at Grace — best described as the " fun bunch. " Its membership consists of seventeen elected members; chairman, vice-chair¬ man, treasurer, secretary, five social assistants, and a male and female representative from each of the four classes. The purpose of S.A,B. is two¬ fold: to coordinate the pro¬ grams and activities of campus and student organizations, classes, and groups, and to provide dif¬ ferent and entertaining pro¬ grams and socials for the student body. Trying to please the divergent tastes of the Student Body is quite a task, but with a good, ac¬ tive board, and some creative imaginations, the variety of avail¬ able entertainment is limitless. 1 SAB — BEHIND PODIUM: Roy Ferris, chairman. ROW 1 — Jerry Stauffer, Trea¬ surer; Dave Rank ROW 2 — Jan Bollman, Steve Beichler, John Boots ROW 3 — Cheryl Holman, Secretary; Sheri Sanders, Pam Walters, Sue Foster, Bill Henthorn ROW 4 — Carl Ashman, Jo Hinch, Mark Terrell, Debbie Jacobs. Not pictured — Esther Anthony. 2 " Aletheia " performs sacred and secular numbers for an even¬ ing of entertainment at the Lamp.
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SEA Preps Future Teachers The Student Education As¬ sociation is a group of edu¬ cation majors who antici¬ pate being professionals and thus feel that some extra professional oppor¬ tunities are required. SEA tries to meet these needs by being a practical organi¬ zation. The meetings cover areas of interest in the field of education which cannot be covered in the student ' s classes. Each meeting begins with devotions and then con¬ tinues in various ways which include special speakers, panel discussions, and films. Both the ele¬ mentary and secondary le¬ vels are covered. SEA ' s main goal is to help the future educator to be¬ come more aware of events in his field and to learn more about becom¬ ing a successful, profession¬ al teacher. 2 1 SEA MEMBERS, ROW 1: S. Firebaugh, J. Stauffer, R. Kisner, A. Robinson, L. French, C. Kocheiser. ROW 2: N. Emch, C. Fellows, K. Johnson, S. Suter, J. Hoxworth, V. Moyers. ROW 3: E. Thomas, J. Bollman, S. Haney, H. Phillippi, K. Ellison, M. Schneiders. ROW 4: S. Zook, F.Goshert A. Loxley, S. Hopper, D. Smith, S. Teeple. ROW 5: T. Butterbaugh, R. Maxson, R. Tschudy, R. Keffer. ROW 6: V. Jones, B. Hamilton. 2 Guest speaker Mollyann Hufford discusses the important role of the classroom teacher 149
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