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Shutterbugs Learn Skills; Snap Class Life SHUTTERBUGS ARE-SEATED: Dave Downing. Greg Stone. Jim Brennecke STANDING: Jim Prestor, David Garber, Bob Goldman. Tom Clain. Randall Custer, Duane Stevens, Tom Kelly, William Wedertz, Steve Austin, Mark Collins. Jim Collins, and Palmer Boynton. The first objective of the Camera Club is to teach each member the correct use of the camera and darkroom equipment. Each year the Camera Club takes part in several trips. This year they visited Haines Photo Studio, the Arg us photo lab, Deere and Company’s photo laboratory, and Wag ners Printing Press where professional techniques were demonstrated and explained. Members g et a chance to display their photographic skills by participating in the club’s monthly photo contest and by helping in the taking of pic¬ tures for the CRIMSON CRIER and the WATCHTOWER. Camera Club joins with the Science and Electronics Club to form the Science Council. CAMERA CLUB Officers try to straighten out their jumble of negatives to meet the demands of WATCHTOWER and CRIMSON CRIER They are: Greg Stone, president; Dave Downing, secretary-treasurer; and Jim Brennecke, vice- president.
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THIRD PERIOD EDITORIAL staff members are: Chris Bjorn, Page 1 Ed.; Murray Hancks, Co Ed.; Trish Williams, Copy Ed.; Elaine Gust, Page 1 Ed.; Cindy Rettke, Head Proofreader; Doug Gage, Exchange Ed.; Deane Stewart, Page 2 Ed.; Gale Staubach, Co. Ed ; Janet Lockhart, Picture Editor. Crier Staff Members Make the Headlines Both Crimson Crier staffs found an out¬ let for student observations and opinions in the feature section. Ann Lindahl ' s “Opin¬ ion” portrayed a serious side of school life. While Malcolm Dalkoffs “Quandary” added a touch of humor. Terry Dove’s “The Dove Cot” presented the sports picture and Diane Hoffman’s “Teen Fads” remarked on just that. DAVE GRAY, Circulation Mgr.; Jim Wolter, Business Mgr.; and Bob Barbee, Ad Mgr., look over old plates. SECOND PERIOD Crimson Crier staff reviewing lay-out sheets are: Bev Grams, Business Mgr.; Nancy Epperson, Ad Mgr.; and Dave Howell, Circulation Mgr. ] £ ]
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Long Hours Required to Publish Yearbook ASSISTANT PENNY Gorsuch gets advice from business manager Sherry Cosentine. PICTURE EDITOR Marte Hilton gathers golf statistics from golfer Jim Savage.
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