Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1983

Page 376 of 424

 

Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX) online yearbook collection, 1983 Edition, Page 376
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Who's Who 372 X Who's Who Becky Parker: Being in a Christian environment and hav- ing rules was something Becky Parker believed was a strength to ACU. "Those rules will make it easier when we get our." Becky also said a way in which ACU could be strengthened would be to "keep the size of the school down and keep in- teraction with teachers and students as strong as it is now." Becky was a marketing major from Albu- querque, N.M. She served as secretary for both Omega Rho Alpha and the Advertising Club. She was a member of Zeta Rho Alpha social club, serving as secretary her junior year and as historian her senior year. Charles Pullen: Friends were the greatest strengths of ACU to Charles. "Friends who have helped me with my spiritual life and helped me to grow to know myself better so that I can do the same for others were important to me." Charles was a public relations major from Dallas. He was a member of the Advertising Club and the Optimist staff and was on the Prickb Pear staff five years. He was photographer for the yearbook in 1982 and yearbook editor in 1985. He received the Best Section Editor award in 1980 and the Outstanding Staff Member award in 1982. He was also a cheerleader for the Wildcats his freshman year and was an ACU mascot in 1982-83. He was a member of Shirley Riley: Shirley, an English major from Abilene, was a wife, a mother of three and a grand- mother to one granddaughter while atten- ding ACU. She received the Jewell Watson English scholarship and was a member of Alpha Chi and Sigma Tau Delta, an English Becky was on the Business Administra tion Council and in the American Marketini Association. She was in Rotaract, W Clul and Alpha Chi and was a member of the Stu dent Advisory Board. Becky participated in Sing Song he freshman, sophomore and junior years ani served as Sing Song director for Zeta Rhc Alpha her senior year. The Tuesday night devotionals were somf of Becky's most memorable moments whili at ACU. "I had seen pictures of the devos in my parents' Pririabf Pears while I was grow ing up, and then suddenly it was me sitting there." Summerstage Companies Two and Four acted in the 1980 Homecoming musical ana was the program designer for that musical Charles also performed in the 1979 Dinne: Theatre "Don't Drink the Water." That yea: he was the recipient of the Best Actor in z Minor Role Award. Charles sang in Sing Song for four year: and was the program director for Sing Song in 1981 and co-designer in 1982. His most memorable moment at ACU was when he played the sheriff in "How the West Was Fun" in Summerstage Company Two. "One night I started my song an forgot the words. My Mom and Dad wer there. They almost died laughing." honor society. Shirley worked full time for ACU as a payroll accountant before being named assistant director of financial aid. She lated was selected as the coordinator of undergraduate curriculum for the College of Business Administration.

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