When doing a convention, one of the biggest issues to overcome is communication. How do you let attendees know the names & locations of classes, who is performing, and any changes they need to be aware of? The answer for years has been the daily bulletin. Before cell phones, the next day’s bulletin was printed up each evening & handed out to attendees as they left the evening program.
There were no daily bulletins in 1973, the first year at Winona Lake, but there is a promotional brochure, maps of the grounds, and a brochure about the International Friendship House.
1974 & 1975
Daily Bulletins would not start until 1976, but 1974 and 1975 both had convention programs