Grace University - Charis Yearbook (Omaha, NE)

 - Class of 1967

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l Gif ,TY N' 'al The Story 'fx the-Lssisgiir f 'Xe At the beginning of the year, the Charis Staff went to Blair, Nebr. and Lincoln, Nebr. to attend a College Yearbook Seminar. Many ideas were brought back and new techniques were developed. It was a very helpful meeting for all who attended. It takes long hours of time and patience to present a yearbook such as this. At the begin- ning of the school year, the heads of each com- mittee meet together to plan and decide what the Charis will consist of. This year, the Editor was Linda Roth, Lay-Out Editor, Donna Gabrielson, Copy Editor, Arlie Rauch, Photographer, Dave Basinger, and Business Manager, Quinton Frie- sen. Rev. john Boehr and Dr. Harold Burkholder were our faculty advisors. A theme is chosen and the major sections of the book are decided upon. This year the committee chose "The Mas- ter Plani' as their theme. As you progress through the book a section of the main block is lit up to represent that section. The center block is not lit until the end. As this book is not complete without the Christ section, so too, our lives are not complete without Christ in the center of all activity. The nent step involves the Editor and the Lay-out EC.i'u'z'. Together they briefly plan each individual page. The separate lay-out commit- tees take over from here to decide the pictures they want and the type of lay-out. Our three sub-committees consisted of Terry Dalke, Bev- erly Young, Marie Taylor, Mary Taylor, Terey Smith, Caroline Thiessen, Barb Conner, and Genevieve Penner, The book was divided

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Story of the Clarion and janet Warkentin. Each report is skillfully Written up and given to the typists, Doris Springer, Carol Sellers, Nadine Clan- zer, Cheryl Dick, Sharon Harder, Marliss Tschetter, Marcy Harder, Mary Ann Udd, Diane Hochhalter, Gayle Homstad, Linda Smith, Carolyn Busenitz, and Kathie Walter. The final lay-outs are completed and final checks made before sending it to the printer. Each member of the staff is kept very busy each month keeping students well-infonned, the Klariou af Grace p f,e.- --,P IIN 1 ' 'I xx! I I I uv IIIIII :-uw 13, Iwi SIXTEEN MEN TO ASSIST IN CHURCHES 'jffin GM 'VII vi Iwi: ,II:zI.-Igswrs ..r- 4, .,,,. I-L, fmt? "U" ' -I-" V1 2121! :I-'II I1 -I mv 1 - I 1"v21' 'IH'-, . fn ,s,If..k. 1 fl- I .5 I 1 I 1 1 I I 1- I ' ' I I I I I I I 1 I I STUDENTS ' TO PREREGISTER I I If. --I-,uw .ir 7 T 'VIA I' ' . IDI .I I I I I l . . ! I I ' A .I l '4 l ' ' I ..-T I y I l ' ORGANIZATIONS ' HOLD PARTIES I n. Ivt I ,,.1r1I.L ,F .I,.. W., -: F1121 I za. Iva: Iv. I- Q-. I -Ie.-.wir I , ' l U. .,,,g3"? A' All li Yi 5?'f'ff"'z L I I I: f 3 I 1 L , , I 4:4511 , I4 II I LI I I f I mlm- In I I 1 L I 1 I - ,.v5.II.-Sum, xml- 5. I 1 p x I iw I-Q. I':p:I-.-em. :I , .I I .vase In I-III-L-of :f 1 , I 495 5 Ilfk I N1 ll W . ' II I I H I I P E7 I ll Y 53 . . 1 Q7 i p EX N Q. Y? gi r 1 F t I I J F L t 4 . r,n7v Qi, V A 5? li, 1 7 S I0 PARIICIP-III Iv I--Isloui-u mln wolln PKOGRAM



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of the Charis Haas 3 A n equally between these committees. They gave their ideas to the photographers, Dick Hege and jim Bear, and these two, along with the help of Rita Penner saw to it that all needed pictures were taken. Behind the scenes were Mr. Boehr and Herman Harzler, who did -a great job in the developing room. The lay-out committees then took the developed pictures and laid out the final copies to be handed in for inspection by the Editors. As the final copies were completed, the copy work for each page was written up and typed to be mailed in with the lay-outs. At the end of the school year and into the summer, editors, along with Mr. Boehr, finished up last minute details and gave each page a final check before turning it over to the printer. It all takes time but in the end isn't it Worth it to have the school events all summed up in one book? - L - . S-4 'Q 4145. Q f I - w U: ' ,-ix!! gn. :?5'3I"i J 1is1,fr2?mf fif ar? cnnms 1 i 1967 I

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