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Page 77 text:
Members of the Menis Dormitory Association are
Qleft to 1-ightj: Harold Anding, Secretary, Iim Bart-
sch, Clayton Stauffer, Arnold Busenitz, Jerrold Speas,
Richard Nickel, Presidentg John Reimer, and Dennis
Friesen. The Dormitory Association sponsors dorm
parties and other activities involving the dorms. This
year the Men's Dorm Association proposed two pro-
jects: the purchasing of a money changer and new
ironing boards for the dorm.
Dormitory Association -W
The Women's Dormitory Association for 1965-66
is composed of the following members Cleft to rightj:
Miss Dalke, Assistant Dean of Women, Maxine Hofer,
Donna Gabrielson, Linda Peters, Joyce Hoffman, My-
rna Friesen, Twila Thieszen, Elvira Becker, Treasurer, T wr
Sharon Aschliman, Dorthea Unruh, Donna Hiebert,
Velma Enns, Secretary, Bernice Pankratz, Vice-Presi- A X
dent' Miss Heinrichs, Dean of Women, and Pat Novak,
President. The project this year for the Women's Dormitory Association was to furnish a room for a
lounge in the girls dorm. The Association also sponsored two dorm socials, a tea, a style show, weekly
dorm prayer meetings and a retreat at Camp Brewster.
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Page 76 text:
Mr. Henry Wiebe and his ded-
icated staff-Arnold Busenitz,
Linda Basinger, Leroy Busenitz,
Dorothy Ortman and Steve
Barger worked together in pro-
ducing "Grace Notesf, "Grace
Notesv is a fifteen minute radio
broadcast heard over approxi-
matey fifteen stations in several
different states. The program
consists of music from the Band,
Chorale, small groups, and solo-
ists, a message from God's Word,
and campus news.
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The Cheer-up Committee,
consisting of Ruth Schultz, Sheila
Havens, David Harder, and
Larry Shippy enjoy a good time
With Eric Krehbiel, the school
engineer who had the misfor-
tune of breaking his foot this
spring. The committee sends
cards and visits those from the
"Grace Family" who are ill.
Page 78 text:
'I w4'l . fri, .
Editorial Staff-Arlowe Becker, Esther Schultz, Clayton Stauffer, Nlrs. John
Lundin, Anabel Unruh.
The bi-monthly student publication newly named "The Clarion" is edited
by this dedicated staff. It has undergone extensive "face-lifting" this year result-
ing in a new name and format.
"The Clarioni' serves as a news media to the entire student body,' reporting
both past and future events. Student opinions on current events as
well as interesting and informative "features" made up this worthwhile news-
Reporters-Evelyn Thiessen, Sharon Regehr, Typists-Shirley Schroeder, Beverly Young, Connie lVliller
Dennis Gingrich, Arlie Rauch, Rachel Krehbiel, Allen Joyce Sanders, LaVera Nickel, Ella Decker.
Heiser, Donna Deckert, Hildegart Schwaue.
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