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GRACE CHORUS, fourth row: Roman Hostettler, Frank Luginbull, Glenda Wiebe, Beverly Gydesen, Vernelle Friesen, Malvina Siemens
Barbara Rempel, David Luckinbill, Clarence Busenitz, Ferdie Kliewer. Third row: James Keller, David Loewen, Nancy Reimer Judy Sch
midt, Ruth Schultz, Maxine Toavs, Douglas Wedel, Dennis Gingrich, Stanley Friesen. Second row: James Dick, Dale Epp, Linda Peters Jo
ann Harder, Oksana Paziak, Shirley Schroeder, Sherylene Schmidt, Gary Wiebe, Calvin Regier. First row: Donald Unruh, Dalice Regier
Martha Aase, Joyce Sanders, Carol Basinger, Donna Hoffman, Connie Nliller, Lorraine Schultz, John Hiebert, Doug Arduser.
The Grace Chorus, under the
direction of Mr. john W. Boehr, gave
numerous programs in the city of
Omaha featuring a wide variety of
musical styles. An added feature this
year was the interspersing of Bible
verses and choral selections in the pro-
gram. The Trebleaires Trio, pictured
at right, was one of the small groups
used in the "Say-So-S'ession.',
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Cathy Erlandson, accompanist, Joyce Sanders, Shirley Schroe
der, Judy Schmidt.
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Fourth row: John Hsu, Gary Isaac, Stan Ratzlaff, Herman Hartzler, Norman, Rempel, Allen Heiser, Warren Ediger, Eldon Busenitz
Dave Reimer, Landis Epp, Anton Wagenhoffer. Third row: Kenneth Fling, John Jones, Jin1 Bartsch, Quinton Friesen, Steve Barger, John
Bartsch, Jerry Regier, Lloyd Spear, Lyman Hanes, Bob Brenneman, John Voth. Second row: Marliss Fast, Jeanette Hiebert, Mary Ann Udd
Lovella Isaac Sharyn Martin, Fayrene Ensz, Rita Kliewer, Myrna Friesen, Sharon Isaac, Rosann Seibel, Dorothy Ortmann. First row: Kathy
Walter, Beth Kremer, Mar Cowen, Miriam Augsburger, Sharon Buller, Pat Novak, Marilyn Busenitz, Elvira Becker, Donna Hiebert, Cheri
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The 46-voice Chorale of Crace
blends in songs of praise to present a
year of sacred concerts. These con-
certs are given in communities
throughout Nebraska, as well as in
the city of Omaha.
This spring, the Chorale spent
two weeks presenting concerts in
churches, high schools and colleges.
The scheduled tour took them through
Iowa, Minnesota, South and North
Dakota, Montana, and Manitoba,
The Chorale joined the Grace
Chorus to present two major oratorios.
"The Messiah" by Handel, was given
at Christmas, and "The Holy Cityv
by Gaul, was presented in the Spring.
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Left to right: Beth Kremer, Fayrene Ensz, Elvira Becker, Jeanette
CHARIS TONES TRIO
Sharon Swank, Nlrliss Fast, Myrna Friesen, Arlene Bakewell, ac-
The Extension groups, the quar-
tets and trios, make numerous hips
to various. neighboring towns to sing
The past summer, the Charis
Tones Trio toured several South-
western states, While the King's Men
travelled East for three weeks.
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