Florida Bible College - Torch Yearbook (Miami, FL)

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He came to Jesus at nlght and sald, "Rabbi, we know uou are a teacher who has come from God. For no one could perform the mlraculous slgns uou are doing If God were not wlth hIm." In replu, Jesus answered, "I tell uou the truth, unless a man ls born agaln, he cannot see the kingdom of God." "But," sald Nlcodemus, "How can a man be born when he Is old? Surelu he cannot enter a second tlme Into hls mother's womb to be bornl" Jesus answered, "You must be born agaln "For God so loved the world that he gave hls one and onlu Son, that whoever belleves In hlm shall not perish but have everlasting Ilfe. For God dld not send hls Son Into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through hlm. lJJhoever believes In hlm Is not condemned, but whoever does not belleve stands condemned alreadu because he has not belleved In the name of God's one and onlu Son .... lUhoever puts hls falth ln the Son has eternal llfe, but whoever rejects the Son wlll not see that llfe, for God's wrath remalns on hlm." Flt thls polnt the woman seemed to be glued to everu word she heard. Turnlng the pages, I read another passage. "For what I recelved I passed on to uou as of flrst Importance: that Chrlst dled for our slns accordlng to the scrlptures, that he was burled, that he was ralsed on the thlrd dau accordlng to the scrlptures, . . LUhen I had flnlshed, I looked up and sald, "To put uour falth In the Son means to trust In who He ls iGod In the fleshj and what He dld Cwent to the cross and pald for our slns, was burled and rose agaInJ." The woman Interrupted, "I bellevel Jesus Is the Chrlst." Then the woman who was once fllled wlth despair, smlled and exclaimed, "lUhat a reason for UVlNGI" "lllhu am I lIvIng?" Have uou often asked uourself thls questlon? Have uou wondered If uou were ever golng to flnd anu real answers? H woman once told me that she too wondered what Ilfe was all about. Being confused and afrald, she searched for the answers through sclence, psuchologu, education, nature, and rellglon. Unable to flnd the answer through anu of these thlngs, she declded there was no real answer and Ilfe was onlu an awful accldent. Vet llfe, existence Itself, speaks of the absolute necessltu of a master deslgner. Depression and despalr followed her frultless search. She sought relIef In manu various medlcatlons untll she was no longer cognlzant of the realltu of slmple dallu llvlng. Looklng Into thls woman's face, I could actuallu feel the emptlness and hopelessness she was experlenclng. Llke a pllot flulng through heavu fog, she was lost, splrallng earthward wlth no Instrument panel to gulde her to safetu. Humanlu speaklng, I had nothlng, absolutelu nothlng to offer her. I told her that I could not help, but there was One who could. Her eues seemed to sau she could not endure one more hoax or dead-end street. She perked up when I explalned It would not be necessaru to spend anu moneu or hours of tlme waltlng of see thls One. She showed greater Interest when I further explalned that there was a volume of books, anclent books, wrltten about thls Person who could fulflll all her needs. lJJhen the woman found that these books were not onlu centered around one Person, but that theu were wrltten bu manu dlfferent men at varulng tlmes and places Cwhlch should have caused deflnlte confllctsb and uet each account colnclded perfectlu wlth the other, she became Intenselu Interested. There was more. 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I 1 fffvf' Xffflffff 7, 1 ,,, ff v U , 1,4 x 17 1 1 ff, ,f fv. ,,.,f., fum, .044 Mhz 4 ,KH f mln .1 ffl' fa '.4 , 7 if , , ff! ,f,,,- L, 1, f, wwf rw fh If . ff' yf',' 'f -4 2114.-195' ,Iggy 4' vw, 4 ,,', 1 "IW 'f,,4'0fV ' fffwy 4 :Y ' WZ f, ffqff-bfi. 44' ,fy W4f.ff 22422451 eff 41-9i54m.Qf44ff'z ',7fzz4'wZf0fm 4 ,,,,. ,,, 9 , m,',f:kfffM, fffhwwa THE GENERRI. BORRD Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Norman Bolles Dana P. Brigham E.F.P. Brigham Tobu P. Brigham Douglas Bullman Charles Burgess Dudleu Burton Rev. Randolph Busbu Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Ted Curtas Fred Darwick Rou T. Davis Linton Fowler Dennis Groleau Capt. Tom Hamblen Dr. Jerome Harold Rev. Dan Houmes Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Russell Hellu l.Uilliam Hennedu Edward Hrall Harold T. Hushi UJilliam Lauter Tim Locher James Lawson lUIIliam Leppert Richard Marant Robert Matthews George Mehne Charles Morgan Jack Moss Joseph Naulor E. R. Patterson LUllliam Pawleu, Jr. Richard Picerno Gene Potter Hal H. Rhea Floud Russell Lewis Schoettle Charles Swift Ralph Thorpe Rev. Jack llJeaver Mr. Carl lllhite THE BCRRD OF TRUSTEES Rev. R. Lee Stanford, President Dr. Mark G. Cambron, Vlce President . Mike Shaffer, Treasurer Mrs. Rev. Rev Hathrun S. Stanford, Secretaru Floud Groff Rev. llJalIu Morillo Q7 5, . "' f W ff:,W,fm.1,, ,gi , 'iff' -.ff,5,f, , l ti w f 12 57' V' Q2 1 x x x 3 i--f x 3. M.: " fax -Tx. "5 'ifmsvv Ag? if Z5 3 1' - X N.. W W.. , xx Ek X '11 1 fi 'S s5- gm X . 5 TN Y J Q 4 , Q x Q' .L :Q ,Q f I ' W. iff Nw' , ig ' f mg Q iff' xg 5, Y W a 14 A-ms... Rev. Ston Ponz DEHN OF MEN Rev. Gary Nonemncher DEI'-IN OF MEN Mrs. Sue Stanford DEHN OF LUOMEN Mrs. Debbie Von Behren HSSISTRNT DEI'-IN OF UJOMEN Mrs. Connie Mitchell I-'lSSISl'FlNT DEHN OF LLIOMEN i,Th D I Q tn Q Mk Sh ff d Sue S f d is h R h Q 2 desp h nc work iood, the Dems reflect their lighter side. Focul Q Q3 I C QWJQ i I ff f t ,- X x f LJ ' 'sf X J fl. 2.5 l . ' f ' X 1 'X ' ' . x .X , J' fl ' ' H N ,f I- vs- J. QQ l, QQ F lb l E C321 1 A lx Cffj K K f ' Riff ! fl ll X ! , U V -Fw X-10 l v -J X I A 4 l 4 2 V 4 3 lJ.JiIma Rlessi CU Back to us all the way from Robert Brookes C45 Bob Is not only a "Jacl Colorado, UJilmo adds warmth, friendliness, of all trades", but a master of many. Hls "Greet Bible and charm to the F.B.C. teachlng staff. LLle manlfold talents whlch he uses for the Lorc are thankful for the use of her talents in the Include muslc and athletlcs. Hls admlnls- Tcqchcrs English department and In the Children's tratlve and organlzatlonal obllltles are Ir mlnlstrles. lJJllma also plays an important evldence In hls role as Registrar. Bot: Make Cnc part In "Eternity," ourslnging group, as their remembers thls year best as the year he secretary. added to hls many tltles - Dad. Homesick John Beckham Q27 Johnny made the Dana Bryan C59 Slnglng praises to the Lord To Know transitlon from the basketball court to the Jesus Christ, a friendly smlle, and a willing- teachlng ranks thls year. Hls dedlcation, ness to serve are Dana Bryan. Dana God" slncerlty, and stabillty have glven added blends a rich comblnatlon of North Carollna 24 Faculty vitality to the athlethlc program. He has lnstllled leadership by example and ls a credit both to the coaching fraternity and to the body of Christ. Hathy Bennett C35 Flslde the minlstry of roislng five children and being a nurse In the school cllnlc, Hathy ls teachlng Chrlstlan Publicatlons. Her favorlte scripture ln Phil. 3:15-14, is truly a dally reality as the students can testify to. Her art work in the Faculty section tells of another glft she possesses. humor and genulne concern for others to make him a solld favorlte among all the students, faculty, and Church members alike. Gloria Busby C63 Talent, charm and a genteel manner are Glorla's hallmarks. She always has a pleasant smlle and an en- couraging word for others. Her artlstlc obllltles have added greatly to the "Halls of F.B.C.". There Is always a seasonal flavor to make the concerts a success, by the large wall art drawn by her classes. 2.,m..:9fxH..,Q,,, AQQMQQWJQ f X , fy Q fm ,xl- A , SE X GX NIV!! f' X ' . '5 5 K SYN v 5V , H ' X N R Qi + wg V R! K V M , ! ff ,1 fm XX! if J X W 5 A AA, 5 J fjfff! X 6 V X Qgga ig .4 45 ao nm Toto!-us remarks em ostomshment to Dono Swan over wording mn 0 pamphlet. F Irv Q5 EMEMMQ 24564. 'W f 'ffs e, ,,,.,, xx X N551 7 j ff-CJ i 1 , X JT-ivfffy X 9 6 A N55 QQ gk J A, ,,.. , 3 U 'U X ' X N 1,7 x H f K if ! X8 kj! X gf f ffxx X K 1 i jf X X if N ff' X f X .Z Q X0 X f E5 ff QQ X "He l.Uho Teaches The Bible ls Never I'-I Scholorp He ls f-llwcws FI Student" BII B t h P bl Sp I-4 gill I hough Q F lp c Q Q Lf rs W Q6 F uw l F . xx ..... ...Q 4 y S , ' x l 1 Q 5 Bandu Busbu CU He has combined the best of both worlds. He has brought a sound business sense and blended it with a sound knowledge of the scriptures. Flandu "specializes" in prophecu. His sacrifice of self and time are evidenced as he serves as business manager in addition to pastoring his own church. Bill Butterworth C23 Humor, talent, sound Biblical exposition and a genuine love for others have made Bill F.B.C.'s "Mr. Ex- citement" Cand a solld favoritej with the students. He not onlu teaches valuable public speaking techniques, but he teaches others to "make it clear" bu word, bu music, and bu example. Mark Cambron C33 Esteemed highlu in the Lord bu one and all, Dr. Cambron has per- sonified the gift of teaching. He is a blessing and inspiration to all who have studied under him. His knowledge and dellveru of the scriptures, love for Jew and Gentile alike, and spirit-controlled demeanor have given stabilitu to the F.B.C. facultu. 4 6 Ella Cameron C47 Fldelitu and elegance supplement ElIa's artistic excellence as the Florida Bible Church's organist. Besides her faithfulness at each of the Sundau services, she teaches students here. Her organ ren- ditions and teaching talents have enriched us all at both the college and at the church. lllendu Christian C53 LUendu alwaus desires the Lord's best for the lives of her students. Her beautiful soprano voice, bright smile, and warm friendliness harmonize beautlfullu with her Biblical dedication as she labors faithfullu for the Lord Jesus Christ In teaching both piano and voice in F.B.C.'s music de- partment. Tom Davis C63 Greek and Hebrew are his forte. Starting from the police beat of Mlami Beach, Tommu worked long and dlllgentlu. Hard work and devotion have continued with him as he presentlu heads up the cor- respondence school ln addition to hls busu teaching schedule. He is one of F.B.C.'s senior teachers. Faculty Q7 R. ww x It - f ' Hu x' i f ,G 2 if fig not W W X' KN-f w W t fi Dxski f l W4lJ7 Qi, qi fkfix ii f id if E' 1 s X ' Vi C i 6 X 4 1 X ff Q i g Q 28 Facuku "I-'lchievement Can Be No Greater Than The Plans You Make." G1ris Green CU Chris is a welcome addition to the F.B.C. facultu. She is a prime example of using her education in the present. She took the Sign Language class here at F.B.C. and then began, at that time working with the Deaf Ministru. She is presentlu directing the Deaf Ministru and teaching Sign Language. Floud Groff C21 Missionaru, successful busi- ness life, and familu life have enriched Floud greatlu, allowing him to both effectivelu teach and to head up construction at F.B.C. Floud is warm, hard working and an example to those with whom he works and those whose lives he personallu touches. Guu Graff C33 H varied education and occupational background have prepared Guu for his role at F.B.C. He has served his Savior well as teacher and Christian school administrator. He is a favorite among the students in his classes, and gives a refresh- ing look into the Scriptures backed bu his experience as a pastor. PM i 25? Y X i fl f 'A X llllll f X Dennis Groleau C43 Sound financiers do not alwaus Christians make. Dennu's business expertise has complemented the academic position of F.B.C. with sound scriptural principles on financial management. Thank uou, Dennu, for the sacrifices, including financial, uou have made so that F.B.C. mau grow. Hal Haller C51 Greatlu loved bu students for his wit, musical abilities, and scriptural teaching, HaI's life is a personlfication of F.B.C. as it grew from "ranch" to a position of sound academic excellence. Seniors will never forget their favorite eight hour class. Sustematic Theologu. Happu Birthdau, Hal. Marvin "Bud" Hamilton C69 Bud's athletic background helps account for his ag- gressive, disciplined, and no-nonsense approach to life. However, everu successful athlete must have a soft touch. Bud's is found in his rich sensitive approach to the prophetic scriptures and in his abllitu to teach them. X y fx X ff MM? N fs KA X El? K X 42? ,Q ffl X X x 9 ff ,Q x amxqx 51,46 if-X Y X N Z X gf l i AV :xx- g 2 1 f N 6 ,,,M ff"f X dj K j 5 1 K X f Y Z Q X s X fiifff, B C' T tllnger Twi ode 0 guest opp H We my X, Vfi xx k i N ..,-IN N X I - X W fm 1 i if ll 'EZ Q L . l I' 5 Q l S wb K Q ' l I 5 A We f WW 'Owe' l veg? in A-41 l S me X E 4 l I 4 Q I Y Tonu Hommon CU Tonu brings expertise as a Chrlstlan school principal to the night Hnnowlcdgz teaching staff. Hls educational background and emphasis on character qualities in and Timbgr teaching add depth to hls educational class. Manu of the F.B.C. graduates are now Should Not teaching for Tonu at the Islamorada Chris- tlan School in the Heus. Bc used Dennis Hovertu C25 Real, enthusiastic, Until Thgv humorous, dedication and a love for the kids 30 Focultu Hre Seasoned. have made Dennis quite successful In Junior High work. But since we are alljust grown up kids, these some ingredients have made him just as successful, bu the Lord's criteria. in life in general. Find to becoming a father - Congratulationsl Stan Haues C35 Music - music - musicl Stan llves for and imparts to hls students the glorifulng of the Lord through the medium of music. He not onlu directs the Concert Choir and the College Singers, but he teaches voice and music classes. Stan's hard work accounts for manu soul's saved at the concerts and music festivals at F.B.S. Z1 X N 2 0 X pi' l Qing ik' X My if xi 4 3 Dan Houmes C45 Dan's background in ir ternatlonal banking Is another example c secular knowledge that can be used ln thi Lord's work. However, Dan's contrlbutlon ti F.B.C. goes much further as he has become 1 beloved and gifted teacher with a willing ness and abilitu to impart the truths of thi l.Uord of God. Joanne Hummel C55 She is just a grown ug kid. The Lord has reallu used Joanne as shi directs a Hid's Bible Clubhouse and is nou teaching the students here how to teacl kids. Hard work and dedication make ever her 7:00 classes worth getting up for. Bu girls - don't let her catch uou In uour roon during chapel. Hen Jensen Q65 Quiet, steadu and falthfu are characteristics that carru Hen to ex cellence In the veru important area of the Tape Ministru, in which much of hls activities are behind the scenes. Hs Hen leaves F.B.C for another mlnistru, he ls sent with ou thanks for the past and with our prauers fo the future. Q3,,1j,,Q 7yff'Yllll2K X 2 1.21 e X fx iff 1 rg X if f f f Xian Y!! N N ,Q K ' ""' f , -"' uid X SBTKX f Q .i Q Q V X3 if ff-f2N N L N X XX'.X ' ff ' fi eeeff I R A 1, f KP Z 53 XX ,, , e fl e X A X, , ,W J !f fb JN K X 1 H K ff V 5 X x Y 9 H77 1X 5 7 ff Hx ' X XX X ,f rf? 5 X x X 6 X X N f ll 4 A eres never Q duil moment nm Muss Loshbrook ond M55 HummeI's dosses Fo IILY1 31 Xi had gf s ssss s ,figgiiigfam ,fffffffiff-f"ff'1"'f ,, fph, N ' x, 'Iii 'r,,f ,siijrgilifffaze lx ' so , f v,... ff, ff ,J K!! ff l l i if 'i l i K L wi ll i v fi wx! J Qy 6 "It Is Not Hbilitu That God U.lants But Usability." SQ Facuku 5 Wi Way-Q04 9496905 X, " l E feu ff. . .1 'N f EZA., K R515 Q f ig - i if i r f as l v X -Q 45' R i 'af Mike Justice CU UJith intensitu, dedication, sensitivitu and a profound knowledge of Music Theoru, Mike works at making good musicians. Experience in the singing group "Brotherlu Love" gives Mike the edge in understanding different situations which serious music students will encounter in their ministries. Pam Heech C23 Pam uses her Biblical and musical knowledge around the college to encourage students and to make the Music Department an effective one. Her ad- ministrative abilities combined with her own musical talent make her our perfect de- partment head. LUorking on evening visi- tation and soulwinning activities also show her great love. Jon Hoepke C33 Jon has distinguished himself in the veru important area of print- ing. The Lord has also used his sports abilities bu placing him in the position of assistant basketball coach. Jon is known for a readu smile, a perpetual helping hand, and an outgoing personalitu generating warmth and true friendship. 'f ., of ,,' "T,-1" PROSPECT ' Vl5lTKTl0ll' if V -x xg ww. fi gifixiiwv .ffwgm Mum Jiffy! MCQWWX 59? ge s o r w gi l it vw, 2 lil, M Q RQ! if l 'U X7 MK. l f X X f' X ' fx Qi ewan is amicus rendu and willing to share Godsiwifd. :lik mnnom C43 Gregonous' emoveftive' smiling, uouthful, and knowledgable de-l scribe the "Mind Man" from Tennessee. Jack has contributed greatlu to F.B.C. bu helping facultu and student alike, to more efflcientlu use their built-in computers: thus making them more effective in the work of Jesus Christ. Marilyn "Snoopy" Lashbrook C55 "Snoopu" has specialized in the important and veru unique field of ChIldren's ministries. Her ded- ication ls seen bu the Bible Clubhouse movement which was the most popular ministru this uear. Fllong with heading up the Children's ministries, she shares her creative and artistic talents in her classes. Jeff McCormick C63 Th. B. student, husband, and father, Jeff has a busu schedule. To this he adds evening school. Fifter teaching in the Christian school first semester, Jeff teaches Corinthian Epistles in Evening School. ln finishing his last uear, Jeff ls mak- ing practical use of his teaching abllltles. Focultu 55 JWJP-it-fffff ' -, QT. j j y l c l X M EQ A fm , 54 Facultu "Give Your Mind To Christ That 'lou Mau Be Guided Bu His U.Iisdom. Dave McNalIu CU Dave ls sharing his specialized musical abllltles with the students at F.B.C. bu teaching orchestra and private trumpet. Manu F.B.C. singing groups have profltted from his talent and we enjou his solo work for us now. Dave will complete his undergraduate studies at F.B.C. next December. Moz Nills C25 North Carolina's loss was F.B.C.'s galn as Max returned from a suc- cessful mlnistru to serve as Florida Bible Christian Elementaru, .lunlor and Senlor Hlgh Principal. He has blended knowledge and admlnlstratlve sklll with hard work to ef- fectlvelu bolster the teaching program at the F.B.C.S. and F.B.C. Connie Nitchell C37 Connle's life thls uear has been a conglomeratlon of assistant Dean of lllomen, counseling, working on her Ph.D., teaching, snack shop, and housewife. Lilith a schedule llke that lt's a wonder she alwaus has time to give of herself to the students. But she does, and for that, Connie, we thank uou. Garu Nonemacher C47 This one word - love - and all it entails, tupifles Garu. The love of Christ works ln Garu's life and can be seen in hls sensltivltu to the students needs. Garu alwaus wants to understand the students which ls a necessaru qualltu for anu assistant Dean who wants the Lord's best for the students. Stan Ponz C53 He's Mr. Enthusiasm, wlth a burden to reach the entlre world with the message of the gospel of Jesus Chrlst. Stan's organizing talents, efficiencu, humor, and genuine concern for teaching practical and spiritual principles make hlm a veru popular teacher and equallu effective Dean of Men. Jerru Reese C63 Manifold and diverse ta- lents have led Jerru to demonstrate exper- tise ln a varietu of roles at F.B.C., including student, malntalnance, business and teacher. He not onlu teaches tuplng at the F.B.C.S. but the art and science of being a clown at F.B.C. LUhat a unique avenue to reach the world. gf? WMM Jfwigffg Qgrgyffwi 4 X 462 ' f ""f-fx' J X f, Qx N M eg E72 S Q XX? 7 X V X f A ,ff R f f X Rx A! f X -J A tg N A , , l xf u N , w J f X f y 1 F ' Y XXKX f 5 X A 4 i'a N f Aike Shaffer umuinds by Shooting boskzts with Hrderm Mussalmon. FIUSB W7 Q Wi A Yi: I N N of Z Q l So Faculty WKJ X 5 -I S2 99 1'C In -c o C 'TNF g- Important Rnd what Vou Teach Is More Important, But How You Live Is Most Important." ifmg Mile ima Batty i i I 3 if ff X VT y-Q f l i fa l 42 X Marilyn "Brandy" Reese CID Competency, friendliness, and resourcefulness are the tools Brandy has used to function as the clerical skllls teacher and as the secretary to F.B.C.'s President Stanford. Brandy often takes time during her weekends and eve- nlngs to further her skllls ln art and keep her pet plants happy. Renee Scheidt C23 Renee blends a beautiful volce, understanding of teaching prlnclples and knowledge of the Scrlptures to effec- tively minister in the muslc department. Her plana students appreciate the warmth and concern shown in class. The wife of student Chuck Scheidt, Renee feels her greatest mlnlstry ls to her husband. hike Shaffer Q33 Total preparation, dedlca- tlon, devotion and a warm and genuine concern for the students needs . . . allowed Mlke more than just superflclal service as Dean and member of the teaching staff at F.B.C. But he serves wlth humlllty and wlth o hlgh regard for the responslbllltles whlch the Lord has entrusted to him. Q N Qevfrs f I l i n .- X f f l QQ K .Q .X Raft l a . X l Q5 Jim Sheffield C43 H burden for the souls c men has "converted" thls Georgia boy fron a shy introvert, to an outgoing, humorou and effective preacher teacher. Jimmy' sincerity allows everyone to see Christ na only working through hlm In his word bu also in his life. Thanks, Jlmmy, for all th unseen work you do for us. lien Shelton Q59 This ls another man behin the scenes whose electronic capabilitie help allow F.B.C. and the Florida Bible Churc to function effectively and smoothly. Her who is known as "Jingles" on campus, i always ready wlth a smlle and a helpln. hand. His cheerful attitude ls infectious to a that he meets. Lee Stanford C63 Though truly a competen administrator and pastor, students fi know Lee as a dedicated, dynamlc teach with tremendous Insights Into the Ulord God. Other duties have precluded a heavi teaching load, and we thank Lee for co tinuing to unselflshly teach at great sacrifice of time and energies. Es 94 A4541 fmwzzdaaazv Q Q X - x ii ,f A m ew. ff F , Q "am S3 N y' f N 1 lQj Q A f K w ww V gc K LFE B I mzifig X 7 7 ,ff TKNX 7 Cp' Q m X f X 1 J, m 7 ff X ji f X5 1 ' f W e Q 5 5 5 4 u 5 ' we My J ult Evomgelnst, Bud Homultom, rescues Super S t h F t Momentum sk gi mmu , ue 2 fm 1 Q u Flu .Sw Xfac QW VM SJW ll f . 2 A 1 l 1 Ti' f A J .'o..,.a U f' Pings., L"sx?, 54f,Q xl .f f WEB, l f fl ll The Greatest Undeveloped Territory In The LUorId ls The Mind." 38 Faculty i fx gf W .f '12 f 'Miz .3 I Nl. f Q WIN f f as ll Z will M V' K um x X l 7 lm I lf , ll ' ic X Q 2 Sue Stanford QU "llJe teach by example." The personlflcation of these words ls found ln Mrs. Sue Stanford. She has demonstrated to everyone that she comes in contact with the power of a yielded llfe to the Savlor's cause. To the students of F.B.C., she ls not only Dean, counselor, and teacher - but a trusted friend. Ron Von Behren C23 "Flh youth, what a shame lt ls to waste it on chlldren" comes from the author's pen. This does not apply to Ron, for though Ponce de Leon could not flnd the fountaln of youth, Ron, in youth work, has continued the vigor, enthuslasm and excitement to make the youth program at F.B.C. viable and current. Lawson Younger Q33 Fl keen analytlcal and scientific mlnd lncorporated wlth a sound knowledge of the scriptures has charac- terlzed Lawson during his Th.B. year. He ls using his knowledge to train others here at F.B.C. His sense of humor complements his knowledge and athletic octlvlties to make a well balanced life. 1 f' 4 ,-B. 4 up SQ' 'fi W I' 1 0 0 ,Qs 0 9 0 0.0: 4 O Q Q 4' Q i Yi rf 43 A M J ., 11, 5 1 . s X 'f"'..t, JM i MTL 'S' Lf- 5"-m-Q., xi .V y, T, 'wif If f "w ff Qffifw' -'f : 22" 'QL"l.L,- ,.,,A 1.,84A,Y I A'-52 9 mmm, , fff X1 'V-ee. 9 xi . 2 5 fag? H. E W IE" 1. Lllilma J. Rlessi, B.R., B.Fl. 2. John C. Beckham, B.l-1. 3. Hathy F. Bennett 4. Bobert L. Brookes, B.S., B.Fl., TH.B. 5. James D. Bryan, B.H. 6. Gloria H. Busby 1. nandoiph F. Busby, s.s., s.n., ma. 8. lllilliam J. Butterworth, B.H. 9. Mark G. Cambron, B.B., M.H., TH. lL.D., Th.D . 10. Ella Cameron ll. wendy Christian, Fl.Fl., B.H., B.l-1. 12. Tom Davis, B.H., Th.B. 13. Chris. Green 14. Floyd Graff 15. Guy D. Graff, B.H., M.Div. 16. Dennis Groleau 17. Hal M. Haller, B.ll., 8.D., Th.M. 18. Marvin E. Hamilton, B.R., B.R. 19. Tony Hommon, B.E. 20. Dennis Haverty, B.l-1. 21. I-1. Stanley Hayes, B.M.E. 22. Daniel U.l. Houmes, B.S., B.Fl. 23. Joflnn Hummel, 8.1-1. 24. Sam Ingrassia, B.Fl. l . Faculty mon Follow olong with the opening chorus in the morning chopol hour. Q, Ron VonBehren's son holds true to the saying, "Like father, like son", 32 41 QQ 45 44 -5 r 1 5 46 47 -5 -Q 410 Q11 412 415 414 -15 42 Faculty 4 IQ 493 '17 417 418 621 422 425 426 1. .lo Jensen, B.S., 8.8. 2. Kenneth L. Jensen, 8.8. 3. Mike Justice, 8.M. 4. Pamela Keech, 8.8., 8.8. 5. Jon Koepke, 8.8., 8.8. 6. Jack Lannom 7. Marilyn Lashbrook, 8.8. 8. Jeff McCormick 9. Dave McNally 10. Max Nills, 8.8., 8.8. 11. Connie Nlitchell, 8.8., 8.S., M.Ed. 12. Gary 8. Nonemocher, 8.8., M.8.D.S. 13. 8da Soubirou 14. Stanley 8. Ponz, 8.8., Th.8. 15. Don Price 16. Marilyn 8eese 17. .lerry Reese, 8.8. 18. Renee Scheidt, 8.8. 19. Cheryl L. Seeds 20. Nlichael D. Shaffer, 8.8., Th.8. 21. James O. Sheffield, 8.8., Th.8. 22. Kenneth Shelton, 8.8. 23. 8. lee Stanford, 8.8. 24. Kathryn S. Stanford 25. 8onald Von Behren, 8.8., Th.8. 26. Lawson Younger, 8.8. 1. Rev. Shoffer ond his secretory Mrs. Duleu discuss upcoming chopel speakers. Q, The cold feeling often felt by students towards the Deon's office doesn't denote the true concern shown ou our deons, such os Rev. Nonemocher. Focultu 43 ,n .Q 2 N!!! 'QQ th 46 Seniors Hathleen E. Hbbass Netunartford, NV Jer 53.5 Rebecca L. Flcree wilmington, DE Ps. 375-7 Lee B. Fllderman Jacksonville. NC Ps. 7I :I o Jerry L. Flllen St. Louis, MO I Car. IO1I3 Flngelina L. Blmoguer Dallas, TX Ps 51115 Von LU. Bndrle Mogadore, Ol-I Jn. IO:28 Holly D. Flrthur Miorni, FL Horn, 5:8 Denise B. Flsher Scottsdale, BFI Phil 4:7 James F. Balrd San Francisco, CFI Ps. 2714 Ginny S. Benson San Hntonio, TI I Jn. 5.9-I5 Sharon R. Blackwell Oakland Park, FL Gal 2:20 Jacque LU. Blatchford Hollywood, FL I Cor IO53 Brian Bodnar Levittown, PH Isa. 55:2 Patty L. Bolllnger Flrvodo, CO I Sam. I2:241 Julla M. Brady Greensboro, NC Isa. 263.5 Mark R, Brauss St. Louis, MO Col. 2:o Robert G. Bressert, Jr. St. Louis, MO I Cor. o:IO, 20 Clayton lJJ. Buchanan Miami, FL Jn. 154, 5 LUilIIam E. Burcher Plantation, FL Jos. 4:10 Margaret M. Burke St. Louis, MO Heb. I2:I, 2 Larry R, Capllnger Fiurora, IIXI Jn. 5:16 Glna Caramatti Miami, FL Col. 3:23 SEINJHCDDFIS ou Hove Fought I'-I Good Fight ...... QQ r',,r is 4 'J 'he countdown begins os Pot LUeide smiles, even during HP, s the price reollq right? Only Don O'Brion ond Sue Gilmore con tell Bob Schuster ond Potti McDonnell the reol price. Seniors 47 48 Seniors Richard T. Carlton, Jr. Hollywood, FL Lam 3:20-Q2 Denlse V. Caylor Rshtabyla. Ol-l Jer. 0152524 Dono L. Clayton Tarnaroc, FL Ps. lO5:l 45 Robert J. Coleman Tampa. FL I Thess. 518 Vvonne S. Coleman Newtown Square, PH Ps. H818 Cheryl L. Conrad San Juan, PR Ps. -40:8 Cathle E. Cooper Myrtle Beach, SC Ps. lO7:Q5-Q4 Patrlck M. Cronln Lynbrool-1, NV I Jn. llzl O Sharon H. Curtis Vlclssbyrg, MS ll Cor l3:1l Phllllp E. Dlsmuke Denver, CO Phil. 39-lO Mark L. Dodds Hollywood, FL Col. l.lO Jeffery V. Doles Chlefland, FL Jer. l7g5-8 Rexlne H. Duley London, England Jn. 5:30 Richard LU. Faust Clearwater, FL Prov. 5:5-o Hlm R. Fisher Churchvllle, PH Ps lQ:l4 Prudence H. Fox Lawrencebyrg, IN l Sam. l2:Q4 Thomas E. Frazler Dunedln, FL Prov. l5:lo Robert LU. Glossenger Beach Lake, PFI Jn. lllzo Vlckle R. Guerrero Miami, FL Heb. lQ12 Charles LU. Hamilton, Jr. Nllaml, FL Heb. l3:2O-Ql SENHQFSE You Hove Finished Your Course 4 I Q Undo "LUong" Feeis "nght" obout slttrng next to Dowd Byrnes. . The Bresserts Fund reloxotion ond felbwshup during o senior closs d4nner Q0 Sensors 49 50 Seniors Jones C. Hampton, Jr. East Paint, GR Jer Q09 David R. Hohl Daulestawn, PR Phil 317-9 Samuel F. lngrassla CTh. BJ St. Louis, MO Il Cor. S1Ql Gainor LU. Johnston Brun Mawr, PH Ps. Q3 Garu R. Jones l-latbara, PFW Cal Qra-7 Eugene O. Heckrln, Jr. St Louis, lVlO Prav lagQO Rlta Hoch Philadelphia, PR Il Tim. 1:7 Michael J. Hraxberger Brandon, FL Ps. 7lgl 5 Roger E. Lamberson LeLana, MS Prav. la.3 Harriett E. Lang Murtle Beach, SC Prav 4193-Q7 Rosanne L. Lutes Lake LJJarth, FL isa 4015i Jeanne R. Maier Richbora, PF! lsa. 20:3-4 Sarah B. Mannlng Miami, FL Jn. 6:47 Burton R. Marshall Saint Laurent, Ouebec Goh Q:lO Melanle J. Mattinglu St. Louis, MO Lam. 5:92-Q3 Donna M. Mawhlnneu Narberth, PR Prav. 3:5-a Jeffreu L McCormick Uh. BQ Bellefantaine, OH Phil. 319-lO Potrlcla M. McDonnell Newtown, PP Deut 325-4 Robert D. McGoldrIck Tampa, FL Phil. lza Ginger L. McNaIlu Salisburu, NC l Car. 1112 Constantina Moutsopoulos Fithens, Greece II Car. lQgQ Helth 8. Newhard Erie, PFI ll Tim. 9:2 Daniel T. O'BrIen LlJucambe, PR Col. Q16 Edward H. Owens Fltlanta, GR Nah, l17 SENHCDFBS Hou Hove Hept The Faith ....... ,gs lotta McDonneI!, Potty Bollmger, ond Sharon Jockson emjou sms ot 'Flmost Firwthmg Goes Nnghtu, Sensors 51 52 Seniors Robert M. Parks Havertown, PR Phil. 3:8-lO Randolph H. Patterson Hollywood, FL Jn Bzlo Rmella S. Perez Son Rntonio, Di Ps. l8:3 Rllce R. Plnard Pinellas Park, FL Heb. l2:2 Jerry L Reese Fltlonta, GR I Pet, 3:l8 Jack C. Richardson, Jr. Miami, FL Eccl. 4:9-lO Merlyn L. Rldlen Boulder, CO Job 5:8-9 Henneth Sanchez Denver, CO Don, i215 Susan E. Scarborough Houston, DC Ps. 60:11 Charles H. Scheldt Hollywood, FL Ram. 8:28 Robert T. Schuster N. Miami, FL Ps. 71:14-lo Ronald J. Schweitzer Devine, TX Jn. 5:24 Cheryl L. Seeds Hollywood, FL Ps. l9:l4 Sylvia J. Shafer Ft. Lauderdale, FL Heb. 12:2 Deborah R. Sherer San Juan, TX Rom. 8:28 Cynthia H. Sherman Ft. Lauderdale, FL Flcts 20:24 Robert Soto lVlcFlIIen, DC Jn. ll:35 James R. Steele iVlcRIIen, TX Col. 2:l5-l 5 Robin E. Stewart Florida Heys, FL Iso. 9:6 SENHQR 'ontinuc In The Things You Hove learned QQ 1 NP A-L Joel Boyd tokes odvontoge of the Qtnet ond peaceful surroundings nn tne lnbrow Hennq Soncnez ond Don OBnen nove 0 Note nnght dmcussmon concernnng Student Government octnvutues of the Future. 5? Senzors 5 54 Seniors UJoune N. Thrasher Flogstoff, HZ Gol, 2:20 Donald llJ. Tuler Montreol, Conodo Lom. 3:22-Q3 Leslie H. Vernon Cleorwoter, FL I Som. IQQ4 Maru Hothu LUolker Ft. LouderdoIe, FL Hom. IO1IlI-I7 Thomos B. lllhitehouse Mexuco Cltu, Mexuco Ps, 54:3 Pot J. LUiede Son Hntonlo, TX I-leo IQQ Robert C. LUingote, Jr. Sollsburu, NC Ps. IQI4 Lindo S. LUong Montreol, Quebec Ps I8:QQ-30 Debra L. l.Uood St. CIoud, IVIN Jud. SBI Dione F. l.Uootten Sportonourg, SC I Cor. IBA-8 Kenneth L Younger, Jr. CTh. BQ Richmond, VH I Jn. SIS Corol-Lunn Ziegler Pompono Beoch, FL Ps. Io:I I SEINIHCDDRS Von Flndrie surfs through Luoves of Ioughter during o chopl Do The UJorl-r Of f-ln Evongelist, Moke Full Proof Of 'four Ministry. ft t. t e..A ..i.e ee.i, " QN Xe' SIN . tx i r ii ft 2, I ' r he '- wi: qi im 5 .5 5,?+f'Q'Ss.i35i .. X, X , L ' ' 7 A ri." x V . 1 K A XX I r Q , C- .SY TQ 4' - 1 h E: X " ffl... I ' , vit' T9 iff 41 M Nr.'."ri5s..-... ' ' K L -'ri .2f'2i-5QE'F'5' N ig: r F 3' , - x , ' I ww ' Ag Q 5 V, A . -J ,f IJ: kr M K- . 352-X V4 7 J ,.-M c. i ' it Q 4 , :t f 1 1, Ti 7 in ,Z . gi! 'ienno Sanchez demonstrates the hopprg, exuberant, exciting lure of the Cnrlstlon who ciorltg tuollws with the Lord! mica 1 'tttefttftftt ttg Charles UJ. Birch Hollywood, FL Ps. 7lglO-I8 Kenneth UJ. Hoddlx Ft touderdole, Ft Prev 3 5, O Ruth H. Huntley Cleorwoter, FL P5 ILO 5, il Phil G. Hounnos Crum tonne, PH Gel Q QU, Qi Jerri Lee Morningred Quolaertotun, PH torn 5 QQ, Q5 Robert G. Peters Cleortuoter, FL Rctg 20,24 Lillion C. 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K L " K g , .tml K Q Sf' Y, 1. .nl W - yi K- '32 0 sep. L ' J ' f . .1-5 4 ff? A X fifwizi f Q52 gg' . ESS F 5 igimhxfzm '--J ' " X' A N' ,f QJJUNHQFRS FQ., -.eff 1 Catherine P. Fllbert Son Hntonmo, TI Rev. 77" f ' SJQ J I ,J Richard E. Hltmon, Jr. Ponnpono Beoch, FL I! Q Cor. 517 John M. Flverlll Longhorne, PR Ps, 19114 Richard B. Boker lVhorn4, FL Phvl. 4:15 4. , faifib-' W. llJIlIiom J. Bollentine Cleorwoter, FL Phu! 414-7 John R. Bonner Houston, DK Col 3:16 ,pil- A h ich main: him IRE 351 foa?us:-'JPT10 igncg, no sin. that we mfshi f mam- :hc risfwffuwfgf' D him. :washer Rlchord D. Botemon, III Bronoon, FL I Cor 15-58 Stephen H. Blls Sotelhte Beoch, FL Ps. 34:5 Teri L. Blevins Tompo, FL Ps. 27114 Hennq R. Bollinger Hrvodo, CO Phil, 4113 QQ 1. Jullo Glllorn ond Soroh Monning ottend speciol service in Regency Room. 2, Students fouthfullo cheer on the Soints bosketboll teom, OO Juniors Be Steadfast . . . '45 L L. as W Q Q ye . 5 ur- .1 .i t 1, . " 'K ff EN .ef ' it X W . , . it .3 ,Q es 1 g .0 ' 3, Q.- !I 'ik t 4. . . . X' N 3 , ..,. L ia L A f X-VX 1 F X fi . :fu ji! . 1- M ye f z.: W r 1 'SEQ ff' ' , L L Lrg. 'Y' 'gint- -' Y' f- its 'F J if r K ffl A gif :i nf . . f-'S J r l Q B . m 2if" 1 J T N' T 1 5. 9 , T y a ff to 'XJ . A. ' 'S ,ff an 2' fd, Ai l Jr 1 f -r: xv ---1' --'--fl- WN :E . .vw 3 Joel G. Boyd Beverly l-lllls, MO Cal. 3 l-ll Theresa M. Bressert Nllaml, FL Ps lQ1l4l Robert L. Brooks Chattahoothee, FL Ps lQ-lil Elizabeth Broussard Dyson, LF! l Turn. lglQ Carroll L. Brown Tampa, FL Col Etl 5 Dlane Burnett Palm Beach Gardens, FL I Car l558 Llsa E. Calvert Btlanta, OH Ps, 9714, 5 Bruce D. Campbell St, Petersburg, FL Ps o8glO Jeanette M. Carr Daylestown, PQ Ps 9718 Nanci L. Colussy Pittsburgh, PH Ps. lopl l Denlse B. Cram Rtlanta, O9 l-leo. l2l, Q Margaret M, Crane San Hntanro, TI Phil. l:QO, Ql Della Cruz lVlcBIlen, TX Phll 3:lO Linwood D. Daffln Dade Clty, FL Col. 4:l7 Lucy D. Davila lVlcFlllen, TX Ps. 2514, 5 Danlel B. Dellinger Denver, CO ll Car. lO:5 Lynn M. Dempsey Lighthouse Polnt, FL Ps. 3714, 5 Gary B. Devlne Lnndenwold, NJ Josh. l 18, Q Curtls L. Doherty Great Falls, MT Ezra 7fl O Gregory P. Drobney Steamboat Sprlngs, CO Jn, Ezlo Randall J. Ecksteln St Leon, IN ll Cor. 4:l8 Clyde R. Elsenschmldt Plnellas Park, FL Prov. 3:56 Randy H. Elman Ft. Lauderdale, FL Rom, 8128 Deborah Fl. Erwln Brandon, FL ll Cor. 4110, 7 John S. Eshleman Nloravla, NV Heb, 414-lo Juniors ol 4 A 4 l Barbara R. Feralio Cherry l-llll, NJ I Chr 20:1 l -l 3 Paul D. Flore Hollywood, FL ll Cor. 5:l7f2l Corol J. Flsher Tucson, F12 Ps. 37:11, 5 Mivo Fujita Osolso, Jopon Gol. 2:20 Llso L. Gammon Cleorwoter, FL I Cor. Qlo Linda 8. Gilbert Dunedm, FL Ps. 5418, Q Julia H. Glllam Nlloml, FL Ps, l:l -3 Eduardo Gonzalez Mclllllen, DC Prov 3:11, E Scott Fi. Grant Cleorwoter, FL I Chr. 28:20 Erlc R. Grelner Turrwersville, NJ Rom, 8:28 l. "Malls out!" on rmportorwt time of the doo for students For owoo from home 2. Omoo Stonford, director of o Bible club owolts stoff meetlng I0 the upper lobblp 62 Jumors Q 47 ,Mgr ,l If Jnmovoble I1' . ' --WI is 3 bi, 15 'asf .gg H Xl' R. John E. Gronberg Endicott, NV Ps. 8 Nelson Guerra Tegucigolpo, Honduros Goh. 111Q Suzanne Guthrie Brandon, FL Ps. 18:28 Fllbert C. Hajducko Miami, FLGO1. o:1O Faith R. Hansen Donno, TX Ps. 18:30 Phillip C, Hardin N. Miami Beach, FL Phil 11.13 Gwen L. Harrell Son Hntonio, UC Prov. 141Qo Michael L. Haues Tampa, FL Horn. 15:18 Candace F. Headline Htlonto, GH Ps. 73195198 George E. Heckman Corol Citu, FL Prov. 1 1130 Robert O. Henkel St. Louis, MO Prov. 315, o Darcu D. Hill St. Petersburg, FL ll Tim 417, 8 Corol H. Hoehn St. Louis, MO II Cor 11.1-7 Mura L. Holsclaw Htlonto, GH Prov. 315, o Ronald 6. Hughes Htlanto, GH Heb 191, 2 LUilIiam M. Hughes Trenton, NJ Josh. 1.8 Tonu lngrassia St Louis, MO Gal QQQO Yutaka Ikeda Itoigawo, Japon Ps. 698, 11 Edwin C. Jureuilcz Holluiuood, FL Ps. 37:11 Michael Fl.JustIce Son Hntonio, TX Heb, 1 QQ Jocelun C. Hebllnger Hrdsleu, NJ lsa. 25:1 Dlane H. Hnauss Hirlslond, IL II Cor. 1:4 lllesleu J. Holar Miami, FL Phil. 116 Janlce Fl. Landes Plumsteodville, PH Josh. 117, 8 Barbara H. Lang Lilorminster, PF1 Mt. o:33 Juniors 63 Michael P. Leigh Ft. Lauderdale, FL Prov, 3:5 6 David Fl. Lindsey Sparta, IL Bom. 8:28 Harriet G. Little Clearwater, FL Ps. 54:5 Robert E. Logan Pharr, Di l Cor. l5:58 Joan H. Marshall Tltysville, PZ Phil. 4:l 9 Ronald C. Mascara lJJarrninster, PB Phil. 416, 7, lf? David L. McGee Charlotte, NC Born. 4.5 David H. McNally Daylestown, PB Heb. l l :6 Ed Morgan Btlanto, GB Mic. 7:8 Hope Murphy Clearwater, FL Mat. 4:19 James J. O'Connor Blackwood, NJ ll Car. 5:5 James S. Partain Btlanto, GB Eph. 3:20 Robert C. Peters Jersey City, NJ Ps. l:l -3 David H. Peterson Land O'Lolses, FL Il Chr. 16:9 Natalie Fl. Petty Baton Bauge, LFI Col, 314 Joel B. Pike Detroit, lVlI Ps. ll8:l4 Susan E. Plnard St. Pete, FL Eph. Szl 6-Qi David M. Price New Britain, PF! Jn. 4:35 Donald E. Price New Britain, PB Prov. 55, 6 Jeff S. Prodoehl Hollywood, FL Jn. 5:l6 Henry E. Robberson Phorr, DC Job 36:l l Michael S, Rodke Santo Fe, NM Ps. l:l -5 Cynthia L. Sandford Margate, FL Ps. Q4:l Q Shelly R. Sherer San Juan Ps. Q7:4 Bruce Fl. Sinclair Charlotte, NC Phil. 4:6 64 Juniors JUNJHCDJFSS I 2 3 5 Fllwaqs Hbounding In The Lord's lllork . . . Sharon H. Smith Margate, FL Ram 5:8 Jennifer R. Stahl N Mnarrwr Beach Ps 145 5 Sandra H. Stearns Ft Lauderdale, Ft PM K 'gr f Q 13 ' X Pamela J.SumpterJad4saavrlIe, Ft Phu! MQ-a i t' X Y f Calvln D. Taylor Steamboat Sprmgs, CO I Trm Q X. 419 ki :xx K J, N , :,f2-if r A - 2 '- -. - - - .g - -:" I tv' -, 'Q t 1 - K fi' 1 'Q A ' T t A l.Uoyne R, Taylor Daalestatua, P9 Nah 1,7 5 A , it , L A Potrlclo H. Tgrcho Chucaqa, NL N Cor 35 WO ., , A ' 1 ' t 1 James R. Ulmer Oearwater, FL 1 Thess Q11 J E 5 Mom L. volrorel Tampa, rt I tor, 15:58 t J f gf Mom s. wade st, tours Ma Mat an TQ-54 J 4 , v S A si K , A M 2? J lr fysfwfl-W! A 1 Wake Sumrele considers It a rwecesslta to use has vera Creative musical talent For Jesus, Jumors O5 f Q 1 Nelson Guerro works port time for PBC knounng has looor IS not IO vom os he drows closer to groduotmg Q PBC Footboll plooers proctuce For future Qomes reolnzmg thot sports ore stall orwother ovemue to souls 5 L to Fi Notohe Petro secr Morlor1ZueImsks treos Steve Blls pres Dom Dellrwger v pres 'our Labour Is Not In Vain. -1-1...- 5 Q Xl Ol: flf 7 , - ur, h V, ,L , F90 L L Q err U me 'f' " f i E1 5 Ui fx I r!! Q94 Q9 V Q M Q 44 ? :a Mg lk fx 1. f t-' Q ' if X ' X R111 NJAIAIQU J- . L L I ..-A WS O8 ZW MQ f WH 7 L xo ' 1 - . 6. fgjuf F ' f if by vfkif 1 SCDPHQMQRES Steve M. Hdams Laturenceourg IN l Cor lO i5 Elaine N. Hllen St Louis, MO Phil ll 415 Charles H. Blmind Farmdole, NJ Ps Q3 l Emilia Hndres Miami, Ft Ps llll-E Denise LU. Ballentine Seminole, FL Bam 8 Q8 6 1 lx. A 4' Maurica E. Bateman Brandon, Ft Phil 5 Q Laurel D. Bennett l-lopeville, GD Heb l5 l7 Caroline H. Blackwell Pharr, DC Gal. o l Jim Fl. Blake Crofton, MD Hag l 8 Jouce E. Blake Crofton, MD Ps Ol Chester L. Bloom Bettusourg, PB Bom 828 Curtis LU. Bowden Fltlanta, GB Bom l lo Melanie H. Brlgant Sterling Hts, Ml Isa. 11051 l , 4 l l Dtuight Lovell relies on the Lora to use him to edifu and reach others in song, '1l, A r 1-2 i t n? va .M af' ..-f Q. The constant smile shows Ben Horiuamos inner peace even under the stress of studurng Gods Lllord in a culture and language Foreign to his own. 70 Sophomores rusting In The Lord f . 'ffggfxiic ri ks B Eu A Q.. ilil .L1 . ,... it f' J' A W' of v ,i4'fetwn.: 'ififffelftiw ..e. . MMV 4 lr- M ,fr K A L. swim si Brenda J. Brlte Dade Co., FL Ps. 73:25 Nancu G. Brunteson Lake worth, FL Ps. 73:95 John R. Burkert N. Miami Beach, FL Isa, Qllglll Dale M. Butterworth Southampton, PH Isa. All 110 Dan J. Callglurl Pittsburgh, PH Jn. i517 Davld LU. Camp Cast Point, GFl Ps. lozll Patti Catchings Columbia, SC Phil. 3:l3-lil Jefferu S. Chamberlain Lake Park, FL Isa 551i l Lori J. Cheshire Doulestown, PH Dan. i215 Thomas LU. Cobaugh Plonation, FL Rom. 5:8 Jane L Colllnge LJ.Jestmont, NJ Rom. 8:28 Sharon C. Condon Tampa, FL Flom. 828 Nicholas J. Corrado l-lolluwood, FL Prov. 3:5-o Steve L. Crane St. Pete, FL Jas. llzlll Leigh E. Curtis Vicksburg, MS Ps. 37:4 Leslle H. Darwin Miami, FL I Sam. lQgQ4 Donna L. Davanzo l-lolluwood, FLRom. l Sgl 3 John Fl. Dlxon Starkville, MS Job lzQl, QQ Robert E. Duncan Omatilla, FL Ps, l i818 Saphomores 7l Lorraine Fl. Earl McHllen, TX Rom. IO:I4l-I 5 James G. Farmer St. Louis, MO I Cor. 2:9 Sharon L. Ford Newtown, P9 Phil. I5-o Terry Fl. Foy Morgantown, IN I Sam. I8:I Dan Giaritelll Miami, FL l Thess. 5:Io-I8 Jane D. Gilmer Grand Saline, TX I Jn. 5:I3 Susan E. Gilmore Feasterville, PH Jas. I QI - 23 Christine R. Green I-lollano, Ml Rom. 828 Harl Hadden St. Pete. FL Isa. 6:8 H. Thomas G. Harmon Monrovia, Liberia Phil llzo, 7 Deborah H. Hartley Salisbury, NC Gen. IfI - Rev. QQQI Hathy T. Henkel St. Louis, MO Phil. 4:7 Debbie L. Hlll Tampa, FL Ps. llo1I Oo Sherry E. Hiller Elizabethtown, PP Il Tim. I.7 Chrlstlne E. Howell Beverly Farms, MPI II Cor. 1l:Io, I7 Deborah L. Hoyt East Norwalk, CT ll Cor, 417 Chester LU. Hughes Trenton, NJ Phil. I :QU-QI Victoria Fl. lngrassia St. Louis, MO Gal. 2120 Bobby D. Johnson Miami, FL Heb. Q, 5 Candy L. Jones Miami, FL Ps, 50:5 Terry M. Jones Medford, NJ Il Pet. IQ-O John C. Junstrom Miramar, FL Jer. QQI5 Cindy M. Hamrath Nassau, Bahamas Isa. 4I1IO Judy H. Heltz Upper Darby, PFI Ps. 84:I I Hlm D. Hester Tampa, FL Deut, 8:2 Barbara J. Hlrby Newtown, PP Ps. Q7:I, Q Tsutomu CBenj Horiyama Osaka, Japan Phil. llzo, 7 Theresa M. Hovarlk Canton, Ol-I Ps, Q87 Donald P. Hrahmer Lena, lL Josh. ID John E. Hrapf Jr. Pineville, PFI ll Pet. 3:I8 Haren M. Lossa Clearwater, FL I Thess. llgl Q I. Pam and Bev or Bev and Pam Messer help one another select clothing in college "Stuff E Nuff" shop. 72 Sophomores sg 'C at-1 E 'ii I ii Pi 1- E 5 M I 5 ...,,, .... W A X ., .. P4 SOPHOMOIPIES V , :uf 3-its FHM N eww I-SEQ 'I' if as k,.. M . .9 I I ,i 1 X . it Illl I .xt 5 ... . kr .1 .eoning Not Unto Their Own Understonding . . . .E , 'Il I' v. ' 'R 5 QM :gf ' x x 1 If 5 I ,, . N I ' 'i'rL53i'f,Z'."?f:V. V ' we 'gif , M, , Q, , , I 2 'leg I e www, ff,4ij,221af,: ,it-fra: ' in - W is Mary S. LeCIaIr Hogusto, GPI Ps. 73:95, Qo Ray M. Leonard Hmchoroge, HH I Jo, S:I3 Trudy G. Leonard Hmchoroge, HH I Tim, I :I Q lUaIter L. Leonard Tompo, FL PhiI. 5gIO Dwight J. Lovell Htlooto, GH Heb, 4 C ' A -I iiii iii i A , , yr Pamela L Lowery Mvoml, FL I Som. IQQ4 ,ga 3, ' ' ' Judlth T. Lund Springfreld, IVIH Heb. i318 I ' ' Hndrew L. Messarra Corpus Chrrstu, TX Rom. I N I' ' " I ISS, 34 I ' Beverluj. Messer Hazelwood, NC Prov. 555,61 9 I ip, , . Pamela D. Messer Hazelwood, NC Rev. QI :I I 3 3 wi 4 ' I Sophomores 73 SQJPHCEIMQRES Jeff LU. Mathls, lll Son Flntonuo, TX Phul, 4 I5 Stephen E. McCauley Boynton Beoch, FL Col , 514 W5 4" Cynthia D. McDaniel Hornson, IN Deut IO: I Q, I5 Deana s. McDonald Mlgml, FL Ps 7I mem J Ruthann Melnerth Cope Cod, IVIFI Ruth I lo, I7 Hlex LU. Mlchelson Doolestown, PF-I Iso III 1IO, I3 David H. Miller Volnco, FL I Cor IQ7-QQ Bruce Moore Llndentuolo, NJ I Turn Q14 Homboldo Olvero Nlcflllen, TX Prov 5.55 Douglas L. Pierce Flogstoff, HZ I Cor. GQ , , , i 3 2 i I Janice L. Plttman Chnno Grove, NC Jer. Q09 V James T. Pollzzl Pompono, FL I Tum, ZIQIQ 4 If , 5, ' . ,, . P j , LQ I mf I ,L .I Y: ' E' Q' 'YL ,, ' ,,.o Russell UJ. Pratt New Port RICFILJ, FL I Cor, I5:58 4 I I, Terry Foo ond Deboroh J. UJoldrIp Fellowship between closses In the "SHOCK Shop". 74 Sophomores Rcknowledging Him In RII Your Llloys lm! I .. r,,L L' . f . ss - l., K A . f " ' -:,' K' X F 'fi' 1 . X 1 g 'W , gg 15, 5 .1 s I X il h" Q9-R415 G l N I I - Y J ii..o ' -'-' . , J. xv , .Lf ' -mwskk "'A. 5 I 5 fr I fp "K ,x . . Hia David R. Ramirez Son Fintonlo, TX I Jn. 5150 Dana L Riccio Norwalk, CT Phil. l:o Colleen M. Ridlen Boulder, CO Phil. Igo Beverly S. Riggs LlJest Polm Beach, FL Ps 371l-7 Gary E. Ripple St. Petersburg, FLRom. I l QI4 Jacqueline R. Roberts Tampa, FL Prov. l7: I 70 Haren H. Roberts Tampa, FL Job. QQQI Hurt R. Robinson Pontiac, IVII Jer. 9:24 Gary R. Scalf, Miami, FL Col. Qzo Mark T. Schweitzer Devine, TX IVII-4. l3:I I Mary R. Shaddinger Warrington, PR Ps. 56:l I Guy C. Simpson lurnersville, NJ Ps. IOO LUillIam E. Skidmore Greenville, SC I Jn. 5:l 5 Randy F. Smith Griffin, GR Ps. I B15 Joanne Stablle Miami, FL I Som. 19:94 Barbara L. Stafford Lindenwold, NJ Isa. El po Cynthlna C. Stephens Charlotte, NC II Tim. Q13 Lynette M. Strawser Hollywood, FL lVIt. 5:l o John R. Suermann St. Loyls, NIO I Cor. I 5:58 Robert S. Symonds Opo Loclsa, FL lVIt 6:35 Christine L. Thomason St. Louis, IVIO Iso 40.29-Sl Robert l.U.Thornberry Nlorion, Ol-I I-lab. I .IE Earl H. Troyer Clearwater, FL Prov. 315, 6 Lawrence S. Verdon Hollywood, FL Phil. 55. o Diane L Vogel Cape Cod, NIR Ps. 5:l I Sophomores 75 76 Sophomores Kenneth M. Van Brunt HaIIanaaIe, FL Heb I5 Mark H. lllalbert Manwtotyoc, IJJI II Cor 5:7 Deborah J. L1JaIdripBIoamIngtan, IN I Cor 5:7 Donald R. LlJaIdrop HoIIyuJooa. FL Jn 0147 Cindy M. l.UoII4er Green Lane, PFI Ps. IO5:I Blair J. LlJebb lVIontreaI, Quebec Jn. ISIS Blanche l.UeIIs Ca5tIeton, UT Ps, 37:5 Joanne L. L1Jhite PIneIIas Park, FL Ps 50:5 Eugene FI. lllisely Raytotyn, IVIO Ps I I88 Janet L. Younger Rnchnwand, VH I Som IQ124 Terry J. Zoffuto St Bernard, L9 TI 214 Jose C. Zlrena Uma. Peru Ps. IQI 5 SCDPHQMQFEES .IX 4 I I. Students usher out the Final exam season at the annual student body Christmas party. 'four Paths Directed By God. X O fy! f X C53 QLA996, OPFXCE M 3 L ' A f N 'f wx-ff Q K: 4' 4 X Ay 9 ' ' 4 'K Hag!! L' QS!! .Q Iii Q!" m U 97 R e-Mig 'Q gn 3' 2. It f- . L Za I 1 iinuuunnmwii 'PL M ' 0 ' Ng W 2' '- 4 Q1 3 VVL: if J if 1 " vo W 2 5 W .J 'A M Ill ', ' Q 'W if ' ZW? Q N. I 9 Q Q ' 0 1 I CDG? 9 'HILL CONIVOLLY- L R M kSh -p -S GI - ,GQS p - pres.,Jomet'Houmgerit P Spb L 13' X 54 ii, ar ii, EV? ? 1 il , ns.,-,k.- 6,3 wfcf V+? .gg if win!! A Q S U 'Y 2' T 5' , Qt I 5 f W W Q fi Wu 2 Zhi H :,', 5 Q if L ' gf I 'Z 5? We Bnn M. Hldrich Cooper Citu, FL Phi1. lko, 19' Linda D. Blvarado Pharr, 11 Phii 11:19 Rlck D. Rnarima Hotuthorne, CH Jn. 3:50 Janet B. Backer Tampa, FL Bom. 1:1o Timothu S. Baldwin Shoftsouru, VT Prov, 315. o Gretchen E. Barbetta Ft. Lauderdale, FL I Cor. 1 118 Beverlu S. Barlow Louisville, I-W Ps. 111612 Nanette J. Bornette Feosterville, PF1 Prov, 2717 Sandra L. Barrett Ft. Louderdole, FL Bom. 8138, 59 Luz B. Barrios Miami, FL Phil, 416, 7 Beunamarla Botres Tegucigolpo, Honduros Ps. 3714, 5 Donna M. Baxter Commerce. GF1 Phil. 4:13 Norman H. Bennett Hull, GF1 Eph. 218, Q Lee C. Black Montreoi, Canoda Ps. 121 Donna G. Blevins Tampo, FL Job 22:21 Judu 6. Blevlns Tompo, FL Phil. 211, 2 iasrA+ffy.5g,:: gigs, .,,e,.:Wiii.wf ,.., . - ewan . 2 A ' Q25 ,iii W... xi y" ,,-msg, 2 M f , if it if . Nite . 2 .it ' '?2f1'x iff: r J . ' E W, V FRESHME1 , ,, ,.,,..,,,,.,., Q1 . .4 if UN f wwe... 3 69' 531 Yi A 1 . Tim Mouer, John Cardomone, Luz Barrios, Ralph Prott, John Cordomone, Tom Strubert, Jan Steen, press on towards the final lop ofthe race. SO Freshmen Starting Cut Fresh lllith H Goal In Mind Glenda S. Blom l-laystan, TX Josh. 1:8 Hees Boer Blelstuijk, The Netherlands 16:1 I Frank M. Brown Fairfleld, CT Jn. 3:16 Steve Fl. Brunl Yardley, PH Prav. 3:5 6 Cralg Bryan China Grave, NC Ps. 46:1 Stanley E. Burrows Nassau, Bahamas Ps 16:1 1 Cheryl H. Camerlno Plantation, FL I Pet. 517 Sharon D. Cannlng Carnwells Heights, PFI Jer 15:16 James M. Capen New Cannon, Cl ll Car. 6:1 O John P. Cardamone Norwalk, CT Ps. I 18-8 John T. Carpenter Daylestatyn, PH Ram. 1:16 Carol J. Carson Nliamv, FL I Chr. 29:1 1 Scott R. Carson Pharr, DC Flom. 8:28 Hndrea J. Chad East Norwalk, CT Ps. 40:3 Elalne Clark Seminole, FL I 5am. 1224 Vernon E. Clark Nassau, Bahamas Ps. 46:1 Hatherlne Fl. Conley Ft. Lauderdale. FL Ram. 12:1, Q Lamar H. Crammer Bridgetan, NJ Ram. 10:17 Joseph J. Crump lndlanapalls, IN Rev. 320 Ray P. Cruzan Tampa, FL l Pet. 5:7 Catherine Cummings St. Loyls, MO Cal. 2:6 Steven C. Curry Tampa. FL Ps. 139:25 24 John H. Dallalre 5aca, N16 Isa. 45:18 Danna L. Daly Daylestawn, PH Josh. 1:0 Cecllla M. Daniels Clearwater, FL F1cts 16:31 Freshmen 81 Ps. Downo L. Dovls Hollywood, FL Mt. 5:I6 Glenn FI. Dovls TouJnvIIIe, PH Jn 8:I2 Dovld LU. Dlomond lilinnnpeg, Comodo Jos. I:I8 Hothy H. Dlnkelo St. Chorles, MO Ps. EI :7 Phllllp H. Dodd Sportonburg, SC I Jn. lI:I 9 Hpril I. Doughtery Prne HIII, NJ Prov. 35, 6 Julio L. Duley London, Englond I Tum. 4:I2 Tlmothy D. DuVoII Grovelond, FL Gol. 5:I Peggy FI. Ellerbee Tompo, FL Jn. 3:I6 Brooks F. Everett Dunedln, FL I Cor. I5:IO Roberts D. Fornhom Epnno, IVIN Rom. 8:6 Hothleen S. Farrell Dovudsonville, MD Ps. 6237, 8 Flnne R. Flsher St. Louus, NIO II Cor, 9:8 Bobby S. Futch Tompo, FL Prov 5:5 6 Juon Gorzo Phorr, Di Ps. 5714, 5 Perry H. Gerken Hollywood, FL Jn. I5:I5 Joseph H. Gllmer Grond Soline, TX Jn. 3:16 Charlene E. Gordon Muomu, FL Ps. 34:4 Morgo H. Grohom Ft. lllorth, TX I Cor. I0:I 3 Dole G. Gregory Hollywood, FL Rom. 6:25 Ellen M. Grove Lontono, FL Rom, 8:IlI, I5 Flrlln B. Gully lVIcHIIen, TX I-Ieb. I3:5 Donlel L Hogmoler Unlon Cnty, PFI Ps, 50:22 Suson M. Houn St. Petersburg, FL Iso. 40:31 Ted LU. Holr Mloml, FL Heb. I I:I 82 Freshmen FFSESHMIEW , ,., .. Y s -rm! if g Kirk. ', 'I f I 7 Beoching Forth To Those Things l.Uhich f-Ire Before . . . 4, Jan Roger S. Hansen Houston, IX Jn. 527 Heith LU. Harrls Doolestown, PH Don, IQ3 UJIIIIam P. Hawkins Boston, MH Epnllzl I, IQ Chrlstlne Herrln Chuno Grove, NC I Sam IOQQKI Deborah S. Hlcks I-IoIIouJood, FL Phd 41-I3 Pottle S. HlIIlard Conton, TX Jn 12:26 Nan-Sea M. Holston Jerl H. Hotka Southfueld, IVII Gen. Qzlo Joseph H. Hummel Torpon Springs, FL Iso 53:19 Chrls C. Hundleu Ft. Louderdole, FL Col Qgo 715 Peter R. Hutchins Hoonnus, NIH I Tum. QQIQ 5 Q1' Pamela M. Ingram Son Hntonao, TX Iso, 43:9 , 'ff it N s 1 , , I X ,712 fx' Danlel L. Jackson Firvodo, CO Rom. 4:5 Chrlstlno M. Jelly Sorosoto, FL Eph. Q18-I O Lorq J. Johnson Edgewater, MD Iso. 41:10 Beth H. Jones Hotboro, PFI I Cor. IOgI 3 I. QI . Debro Hicks wltnesses during the I-Iolloween parte to interested people. Freshmen 83 Richard G. Jones Houston, DC Phrl. 1121 Sherrie L. Jones 1-lendersonvllle, NC Hmos 11:13 Jan L. Judy Spartanburg, SC Ps 1618 Lisa R. Hamrath Nassau, Bahamas 1 Th 5 lo Joanne M. Heltz Upper Corby, PH Ps, Q5 Melia J. Kennedy Reston, VH Tu 3:5 Robert J. Hlmball Nlnomn, FL Ps 14518 Janelle H. LaPlne Duluth, MN Mt 1oQ1l -Qo Renee M. Lavole Hollywood, FL Cad 3 1 -8 Llla J. Lawson Ft Lauderdale, FL Phll. 4111 1 Tom R. Lewis Mlomu, FL Rom 511 Sherri E. Llsenby St Petersburg, FL Rev 520. Q1 Charles E. Lowery Mlamu, FL Phul. 1:97 Paula LU. Lutes Lolae l,LJorth, FL Rom. 8:58, 30 Hathy Malone St Louls, MO Ps oQ:5f8 Theodore R. Maphls St, Petersburg, FL Isa o1:1, 2 Terry T. Mays Cocoa, FL Heb. 10:23-Q5 Debra J. McGee Charlotte, NC Prov 515, O Barry LU. McMahon Palmer, MFT II Tim, 2115 Nancy R. McQulggan Hudson, MH Prov. 516 Heldi M. Mlck Tampa, FL MM. 16:15 Raymond B. Mitchell Muonnn, FL Isa, 1118 Ricky D. Moffett Grand Saline, TI Prov, 55, o Rosemary Needham l,LJormunster, PR Gal, 9:90 Elaine D. Nunn Commerce, GH Phil. 4113 Mary D. Overdorf Richmond, IN Ps. 3714 Charles LU. Parker Rrvuera Beach, FL Rom. 1116 Carlton D. Payton Induanapolls, IN Neh 117 811 Freshmen Onward Toward The Prize ..... ,,., f' ,:,, ,ff f" -g Beverly F. Perry Paget, Bermuda l Car l3pl 2 Heith B. Pesce Miami, FL ll Car, 51Ql Jon L Peterson Palmdale, CH Ps 75125-28 Denise E. Pike Detroit, Ml Ram. 8:28 Mark H. Piland Dallas, U Isa 55-a Colin F. Pilch Sussex, England Isa. 1ll,l O Charles H. Potter, Jr. Eduuardsburg, lVll Jn. 6.37 Hrleen Poupart Goaonaoo, Puerto Fllco Ps. lO1l1l 4 l ' , Hees Baer and Vernon Bradgl relax together in the student union at the end of first semester and the beginning of the Christmas holidays, Freshmen 85 Dean R. Pratt New Port Rlcheo, FL Rom. ll 5 Ralph P. Pratt Hew Lorgo, FL Prov l l-BO Patrlclo L. Prlde VIC'-QSUUVQ, MS Phil. l 5 Larrv E. Royle High Polar, NC Ps. Q5 Irene M. Reich Valparalso, IN Eccl. 3 l-l l Erlc F. Rice Houston, Ui Col. Qo, 7 George R. Rlnke St Petersburg, FL Rom. 4:5 Elizabeth R. Rlon Reeves, LR Mt, Ql :QQ LUIlIlom C. Robbins Carllsle, PH ll Tum Q 15 Marcl R. Robert Hollywood, FL Jos. lzl 7 Nancy S. Roberts Nllaml, FL Jn. Ezlll, l5 Octavio D. Romanach Nllamn, FL Ps, 20-7 Beatriz J. Rojas Caracas, Vehesula Phll Szlll Sharon Rosas Tampo, FL Eph. 918, Q Madelqn M. Sortor Cleoruloter, FLZeph. 51l7 Celeste R. Sasser lVlcHlIeh, TX Phll. llplf? FRESHMEN .fy .J . , W.. W 1 , .la ifgfkaif , r.,.,ffg-nz: 921 , ' 31,53 A ,. ff A Y v 4 l , 25 A ff ,., Q 'A 6. S , , , 'Q -f 7 Q ,, . fl fe lil V VE: 'l if 1 'lgf l, Paul Toolor strlves to make the best grades whale uslhg the oudio helps an the school Ilbroro. 8o Freshmen f The Hightest Calling E ,yy Barry Schneck Ookford, PQ Eph 4:32 Diane L. Schnelder Pmtsoorgh, PFI Phil. 4:o, 7 Roger B. Sherrin Dollos, IX II Cor. 3:4-o Poulo S. Showers Reodnng, PH I Pot. Bro-8 Sondra J. Slms I-Iornson, HH Prov. 5.6 Denlce L Slpress Jones, IVII Ps, I43 8 Donold LU. Smlth I-Iollowood, FL I Pet. 3 I5 Mark R. Smith I-Iolluwood, FL Phnl. IQI Tom M. Smoqer I-Iollond, PQ I Som. IQQ5, Q4 Becky S. Snyder Steomboot Sprlngs, CO II Som 22.33 Irls H. Soto Mcfqllen, II Prov 315, 6 Jon Steen Tompo, FL Ps. 5o1I3 Lindo J, Steln St. Lows, MO Ps. QI :I4 Rose M. Steln Tompo, FL Rom. I:Io Sandro J. Stephens St. Peterburg, FLJn 3:10 Edward H. Sterrett FItIonto, GH Hob. Q-I Blolse H. Stewort Downsvnlle, LFI Phu! 213, 4 Donno L. Strowser Hollywood, FL Prov. 3.5, o Maru L. Strong Huntingdon VoIIeo, PH Phil. Izo Thomos J. Strubert St. Louus, NIO Col, 5.4 Hlqs F. Swords Hollywood, FL I Jn. 4:I O Jomes P. Totokls Hollywood. FL Gol. 2190 Poul N. Toqlor St. Louis, IVIO Rom. 6:23 Steve R. Tenpenny Longview, IX Jn, I1IQ Rosonn LU. Thomos Columblo, Si Heb IQ:I, Q Freshmen 87 Sandra H. Toews Inman, HS Rom 8:38-59 Scott E. Troll China Grove, NC Heb IQQ Laura L Treadwell Pontiac, IVII Gal C19 Robert R. Trout Miami, FL Ps IQ51l Debra L. Turner Tampa, FL Ps. 37.4, 5 Lorl D. Turner Ptlonta, GFI Flev I:8 John Van Dam Hallandale, FL I Jn. 5:13 Mlchaele Van Dam Hallandale, FL Ps.3ll18fQ Hlma D. Vega lVIcPIIen, TX Heb. IBB Michelle L. Venard Flrvada, CO Gal. I4 Victoria S. Vendel Longmont, CO Ps. IQl1I -5 Dorothy Fl. Vogel Warrington, PFI I Pet 5:7 Robin lllaldrlp Bloomington, IN Phil 1l.I3 Douglas N. l.Uatklns LeBIane, LFI Prev 5.0 Rufus D. UJeah Monrovia, Liberia Gal 6:5 Robert S. LUelman St. Louis, IVIO Jn I4.I -4 Linda L. lllelssagerber Pittsburgh, PFI Ps 40:1 -5 Elizabeth D. LUllks Ptlanta, GFI I Pet. Ezl 5 UJlIIIam G. Ullntenburg Tallahassee, FL I-Ieb. Qzl I -l 5 Susan L. l,Ulnton Tampa, FL Ram, lgla Deborah C. LUoznlck Fioual Oak, IVII Ram. 8:98 Lols H. LUuatte Miami, FL Eph. 3:20-QI llllllle D. LUuatte Roxre, NIS Ram. 5:8 Helly N. Vongue Fltlanta, GP II Tim. 31I4-I 5 88 Freshmen FFHESIIZHIMEN 4 'SQ T 'Fi me n .W . it 3 gr 1 . I , . .V s f . 7 . A A gV.,.. 3 4. 4.5, 1 .. t ling qv wg!! gf 4" ' "W if ' fi' , . ,..- w i 5 YT . X. 1 , 'We if Wf:r A Df God In Christ Jesus I sss, wj t U X WWK- -X1 I A F! 44955 1 i'ss S t-fmt, M W , Y ,qs 5 gf 5 ,M 4 dv' fg 1' ,AMX 'Yff ' CLLQUK, fry. V' t UVA ff e vdmmv tt Q QW 'TL R f W' " Ti NCQ, Q? 4, x i- Vtgmfci, 4 Q O '. e I , Q 0 f t , 50 t Q X ' 1 ,J ' Q 1 1 - ? Y W ff vi, 3 ZjK tc pf to R.: Dewoqne England - P esq Scott T I - V P e ,z Celeste So e - Secrg Mike Rodke - T eo 1 hilippions 3:14 h iff 6.1 ' A - LQ 3 1" 5 1 Q. sf fx ff" w if ngQ4 f , H A . Q .arfk ' K fl K ' if . Q , .. S kk . 3 A.- Q K V ,X if i , if 5? .32 ...XX QU' f, U U6 1 v if ' L, '11 I f '-W 1 ff' "'---.,-N., The "Coach" Through the times when we aren't thinking quite straight and our shots are even worse, who stands behind us with his head held high? The "Cooch". lllhen our batting averages are com- parable to our shoe sizes, who is there to keep us going? The "Cooch". lllhen practicing grab arts, and we kick ourselves in- stead of the opponent, who is patient with us? The "Cooch". LLIhen we give it all we've got and that still isn't quite enough, who is there to ward off dispair? The "Cooch". Because the "Coach" knows we're out there for an even better reason. To draft plauers for the team of the greatest "Coach" of all, Jesus Christ. l Bud Hamilton 5. Doc Parrish S2 John Beckham o. Ron Von Behren 3 Tom Davis 7 Bev Doughertu 4. Jon Hoepke ii, 1. 'Iii - T tr 5tTf'?a3 , 11.1 z .,,:mkEv2Jxg:'1: -3- ,liizrii 231. Q ,vwlxlsa-f:5z'9s-,x-S :1'i-fzmgwiwnzzf ' iwfffrfvffiw-it-3 . .' .- Sam,-:Alix-,ts-,., zizyiic-11422,izi'E:::::::' . ' A 5 ''fx',L-ev-L--2'-1-'.-ffl,1M: , 'ass F ' Qi 4:2 f2ff"'1i 1i 'iiQx:vm. 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A 'T 'A il' 'X " Z a 5 ,f :A V ' I' i. in-1: 5' ' -X v vb. .s i Tccmm Roster Maria Dodds Maris Brauss Mike Hades Harm Clark Rad Cruzan Gard Devine Ronda Smith Dan Martin Hrien Gallea Juan Garza Gard Scalr Lawson Younger Craig Bryan Jim Ofonner Barra McMahon Rambaido Oivera heith Bennett Bobby Futch Bobby Johnson Jack Richardson Bob lVicGoldrici4 John OBrien Jeff Mathis Coach - Bud Hamilton I r ,Wi A. QQ X. Sports Q5 if Coach - Mike Fiodlse Hndrew Nlessarra Tennis Love is a common word. lt is used both to describe the uncomprehendable feeling God has for us and to score a tennis game. F.B.C.'s tennis team was new this year. It was headed by Mike Fiodke who saw Q vision for souls in tennis. The whole team used this season to shore God's love with those that they played. Each player used his talent in tennis on the courts, and his love for Jesus off the courts to have a successful season. Team Roster Y di.. Tim Nlauer Steve Tenpenny Blair LUebb Sam Ingrassia Bill Hrehbiel Bob Farnham l 5 .M DCCGI' Rebuilding from last year, the soc- the lack of experience of playing together. Coach Ed Morgan stated, y cer team showed a real spirit of dedi- 4. cation. LUith only three returning from sell' fb' "This was no losing season. Many last year's team, they got off to o slow start but they played well for 1' inn' trusted Christ and we learned much as brothers in the Lord." Lv su. Team Roster Handy Eckstein John Cardamone Ron Hughes Tun AAonIey UUIBOMUHO Bob Parks Nelson Guerra Dowd HON Cooch - Ed Morgan Evon Bunouf Sports Q7 a- Y FBC Basketball The most popular sport this uear at FBC was basketball. Consisting of 8 freshman, 2 sophomores, and 2 juniors: the team, though uoung, plaued con- sistantlu throughout the season. H highlight ofthe season was a tour out to Colorado over Christmas break. The team is an effective soul-winning ministru also. The FBC Basketball team, winners FILL THE LUFW. Q8 Sports Team Roster Haifa McMillan Hrnald Hrchuletta Perry Gorhen Gone Radio Don Mltcholl Don Jackson Chat Bloom Jacque Blotchford Ed Gonzalez Raymond Underwood Harry Clark Mark Dodds Coach - John Beckham Hsst, Coach - Jon Hoopke Baseball Perhaps the biggest wln of the season for the Saints was the victory of winning souls for Christ. "This is always the greatest thrill of the entire season," remarked Doc Parrish, their coach. Some of the best players in the coun- try played for the F.B.C. baseball team this year. The entire team played with an inner motivation that kept them on top. They played with a spirit of exalting others above themselves, as well as playing to win the game. -. HALL. o d fx AW ' -,fnv"""""1 Team Roster Don Mitchell Rick Lllingote Rondo Thompson Mork Dodds Don Jodsson Mike Howes Mork Brouss Heith Eennett Gene Royle Bloir l,Uebb Bob Holthouse Borw McMohon Lowson Younger Rod Mitchel! Gow Devune Glen Dovis Cooch - John Porrish Fisst. Cooch 4 Ron Von Behren s....,, . , ,-,L M - , .X L -l... L. ,, L. 5 R. N ,A 4' Qw I My B Q .,-', ,w W,, ,rd I bl' X' ,1-n"' '- "w.'5Q.-SFF' HX dA?Hi3ERK,.13,f,-,fl ' b W!"-3'9f mise' f f , ,. v F Q K . .1 '-"'55"fq : , H W 29? 5 .ey be 5:5- "f .. I' L. iiwmwf'-af '-.A Uma V- f 'Sv-.,: w ' 3 'Fi 1. ' fy th, L2 : - " - -. ,M- 2 ,,.. I L M ,FJ L A I , ," . 'ii H , Sports I 01 l1.lomen's Volleyball Hnother young team, the u1omen's volleyball team, was markedly improved at the end of the season. The girls worked hard and long, but it paid off. Coach Bev Doherty informed us that this was more fruitful than any other year. Hll in all, another successful season. IOQ Sports ,Q ,--S PM - 4 E'-- 3 in ,Q '.' LJ ,Z-...f 1, X 3 'ww NM uv""W Chi? yur 'Q-,NK , K Q Team Roster Mwcnelle Venoro Mone Brody Horen Roberts Undo Stein Vnckm Vendel Lonn Brown Donno Boxter Qlmo Veoo Donno Dovonzo Sloane Nunn Gornett lngold Coocn - Bev Doherty not pmwreo, Tern Jones Sonoo Stepnons Q 'J ,gf N, Q x Sports 1 O3 lUomen's Basketball Flside from the pretty foces ond o little slower poce, the distoff side of the roundboll wos similor to the men's with olert heods-up ploy ond fierce com- petition. The PBC girls boslietboll teom effec- tively represented the Lord with tolent, dedicotion ond o burden for souls in using the ministry of boslietboll to com- municote the gospel of Jesus Christ, l O4 Sports 3 Wd.: Mafia Nfqfife fy, 2 1 ,. , 7 K ,b,z , ,V , , ,, 'lv' ,L1f,,y,, . M ima 30 5mm ww 40 W 'f 1 15 U , 1 Q - if 1 ff?" Q 1 B ,K y Y., I Qs?" ,V ' Ki fjffffffi y,mf.f M" KM I gf? W ,, I .4 W 5 :VV W V, Z ,V , ij, 1 , .Q Q4 5 , ,. r , ' 'gf' If M ...Q "ff yddha '1 A fgftf' 30054 Karate Spiritual, mental and phusical strength are the basis for the "saints" karate pro- gram. The sport serves as both a hobbu and as serious discipline alike to the students and the staff. Rev. Tom Davis, a black belt instructor heads the program at F.B.C. l Oo Sports I --X: ia I X nv by-of ."" 1 1 I ,- , ,fy , f, ..,, ss- 1 W-3 ff ax X l 5..., :LW Q I SQ Ir: lm- , A ,L A S. . N , A , x k 5g5aQTi-, -, 1 4 ,. , K5 A 'iifii . I QP' QL , S -tr UJX f f' , , Q ' ,wsu 'Q . ., .. ..,,w, ri, , wrf. A A w 'eif' ,D . ,. A , , Q 5 3 1. -gf uv xx X. N sifihf' .:SS-P' :- iq-nfl FBC Cheerleaders Saints Cheerleaders spend many hours in practice, more hours in travel, and even more time in front of sports fans. Lllhy? They know how important it is to know that someone is on your side, cheering you on to victory. They also can boost your moral. FBC cheerleaders are part of the winning team. Roster Front Flow L. to Fi. Potty Bollinger Hum Fisher Back How L To R. Jon Judy Lisa Hamrath Lory Johnson Lori Turner Denise Sipress Q ii 15? L 45" A F O ur .ar 7' 5 i, J 'Sw J' , , ' V Jyjgfffzf. if?7',55:: T4 Q '. wmv-vw S Ja u w.. fl V EA Lv V , 5 1 ,Q J? J JL His Hmbassadors His Hmbassadors, a 13 member group now located out of Burlington, NJ., got their start here at PBC. Nou: recording on the Tempo record label, theu are quite popular here in the U.S. and Canada. Touring extensivelu for the past three uears, His Fimbassadors' colorful sound is veru popular in all age groups. From all over North Hmerica, His Fimbassadors are just what their name implies, ambas- sadors for Jesus Christ. Q41 QQ A R W. .,.... ,. in s 2 4 ff il'-g wi 1, Hours of time spent un preporing For notuontuude tour oheod. Q. Before onu concert, Hrs Fvmoossodors spend tueeies ond dous in proctuce 5. Hrs Hm- oossodors un concert ll, Fronk Horgreoves, Deo Horgreoves, Hrden Musselrnon, Lourue Zollrnger, Morto Gnovolino, Jrrn Lee, Pom tUooten, Won Bouer. Deo Frederucks, Conleu Cook, Buliu Goff, Steve Stouffer, Reid Cnomberlorn 5, The reol rnornent. srnging before crowds ot PBC o. Snnging to on ernptu ouditorrurn with expressron dunno proctrce. tokes rmoginotion 7 Tolent ond time used For the groru of Jesus Chrrst presents treosure for eternntu 8 9 perfect normonu, Mr, ond Mrs, Fronk Hor- greoves Q8 Music 1 15 Shodowfox cind Sound of Truth: Distinctivelu Different, But Some Purpose Shodowfox is o new group this ueor ot F.B.C. The nome is from on ollegoru colled The Hobbit bu J.Fl.R. Tolkien. It is o sumbolic nome for the horse on which Christ is to return. Shodowfox does o wide vorietu of gospel music stules from bluegrass to the more contempororu stules. The olmost extinct sound of the old- time gospel quortet is brought to life bu the Sound of Truth Quortet. Theu ore well known ond loved bu people oll ocross the notion. Touring extensivelu over the post few ueors, theu hove won monu to the Lord with their heortworming sound ond testlmonu. Q Q Q l l lil Music C 'L ,Al .QV f' WZ4. an Q l Z 5 Ks , .,T is Q . Q . sg 1' Q - 152 . -. - Ax-fi avg, 5 Q 1 is if 5' I 4, ,I .-,gg iz 5 0 ffm. L we l iii!! k .V . 423, .5 K -. .N:s.,..1.1: wx-is , Brotherly love Makes Their love Hnown YN-Q. One of the most popular groups at F.B.C. this year was Brotherly Love. Their rich vocals, tastefully accented by the pleasant instrumentals, minister to a wide variety of musical tastes. Fllso with the new popularity of Christian comedy, they have a special treat for young and old alike, ventriloquist Sherrie Hiller and her friend "Hrchie". 027 2 kay 1 fy W1 I W IW ' ,W 1 x9 41 T gf' X , N 8 - , M 5 5 B 4 Front ta Back: Bah Mascara, Dave McNally, Terri llJhitemah, Sherrie Hiller, "Firchie", Jaan Hughes, Butch Hughes, Nlikelustice, Carol Fisher, Lihda Bradstreet, Bev Barlow David Camp, Bah Lehman, Paul Flare. lla Music , , af si f 'Q LVVV Z W ,,,, ,J L, A 22 2 , ' if w ,V :iw , ., f' ,::, ' ,f :sg yy ., ., , ,,,, , ,U l i if ,, av Q' ff 'ini if Q? 3- 8 Vw Majesty and Country Faith Minister To I-III Fi new group at F.B.C. this year is Majesty. Founded by former Homeward Bound bass guitarist, Frank Nastase, this group brought another distinct sound to churches and nursing homes, while spreading the Good News of God's gift of free salvation to all who would be- lieve. In F.B.C. concerts, they would surprise you by going from one style of music, creatively into another, and back again. F1 versatile group, Majesty caters to varied musical tastes, while sharing God's unchanging love to many people. If while walking down the halls of F.B.C. you hear the sweet strains of an old fashioned country fiddle, the rhythmic picking of the old five string banjo, guitar, mandolin, and bass, accompanied with words like: "Praise the Lord, I saw the Light," you'll know it's Country Faith. These young men share a unique brand of Gospel music that reached people most groups wouldn't be able to reach. In festivals all over the southeast,youth camps, and bluegrass concerts, they spread the clear Gospel to many. They also have a good time doing It. 4 l Q3 42 V f U" l l8 Music 'Q 5 'Qs 'L-I il" UP or A 'imfff i Ss 0 s 'WT wb, A fi Q .Q i - .J A . ' -'fri . fi , 'mm lr M. Y v'f Y 1 --,wp s x L a cj ,, A Q Le xx ' ff " 1 ,N B" X!! as W3 ,qbh 1? i P Q 5 f ' '1 5 F f kk U 5? 1 V' 153 2 :LQ M i' "Sing Unto The Lord f-I New Song" "Sing unto the Lord a new song: praise God in his sanctuary: let everything that hath breath praise the Lord." Music - what an important ministry. Ht F.B.C. the Lord has blessed us with people who not only love the Lord but are talented musicians. The Concert Choir, the College singers, the Church Choir, the accom- panists, and our guest groups have had a real ministry in the lives of all at F.B.C. -Q l2O Music 1 EM -A.. f if xg l sr 5 fv w 3 qQ-4 2 ,Q I y ' VJ, , I ww.- 'gu td . is E f , 4' k 1 41 N72 . 2 3' mf '?f4 4f . no ,k . ..3.i:Q,TMi ..... K ...., if . Q , is I' R ., .g ,?' EQ' 2,5 . 'rv 'Z Lg Q We S. i 1 'lo Q xv! . ,N X 7 if ' f J .LS 0 BCI .l.U 3.lUI 33 .LS ic, .1 I Ei, X , K t v 0 0 Q? V A Y fb-B Q " m L FIOYIUQ BMG collegys t . " " .g t 2-' o N we E' 1, -u k . X il? l-i: 4 55 Sunshlnq Q' Qltelh . t Q, Q 4 LLIJ M , . , Har.. Outdoor Campus Q sig. awk ,4,.M he I X, ,f.,,jgg.vf1f 1, f J, , ., KK Wm ME ra. K F I llbF3.f JS-aus .dxf ww wx: wp 004547 . X55 ., Q..-M.. .K ..+ 126 Student Interest V. 2 Y f, x 1 , -- . '.,, fff' 5 Y' Hp. ,442 V . as ...,-. ff 1, fy - V'b! I L -:Q 1 " I f , my H . .f , 1 ,QW . , 5 I 3 'if 1 xx-i I 1. Mf Z . 'A A X 3 .,,, WM W1 ' f m f , w W- fs k 'X Q , 1 3 w 9' g 3 :gif W 1 ' 5 QW' , J C6 MID l 'a e W W . ,.. v rp, ,,.,,: wyxv, :rm W. .M W,,,,M , , , , , 'YH V ' ""'f"""'-vm,Wu,:.., ,, ,..,,,, , ..,, fi .,f -f . ni Q ,xc , , fa. Ay., ., if Greot Fun, Great Fellowship In FBC's lower lobby rzSt K- il X Q 'E fd tu an Y g 1,6 -' A r 5 fr 5 1 S' ' -51, ,113 ff Sf' W I S diff. l X 'X Q S 15 T N A T' wg I .f-1 ,, --,, my if Q5 ,cp .iw 'vf if Y- agi f' xx! 1 fix at is f'4f mm wr MY W ,WRX 3 -...,," M wi Student mterest 131 NX W I f X Q4 ow Q' X x.. A stss X Student K9 I sims 4 , Government J X so , fi 'mm xg' Serves Students f X t Q ' sf- Needs Student Government officers ore N ' committed individuals - committed to A Ieoding souls to Christ ond committed to kk K ' XXV"-AN Our Student government officers ore, from L to B, Don OBrien - v, presp Sus v f Scorborougn - secr., Hen Scnncnez - pres., ond Lindo Liiong i treos. 1 l' Q G Y K v S i 'Q' Q 5 ."""Nl'4S ,. .f-fx X Q Q w Q ii 9 3 tw 1 . ca CD X Q Q xk 'X 139 Student Interests making life at F.B.C. exciting for students. Much time goes into planning activities for the student body. During the first semester the busy officers oganized the Freshmen UJelcoming Party, the Forward II luau, and the fun skating parties. Sec- ond semester, they sponsored the fruit- ful Employers Hppreciation Banquet, the day of Soulwinning, and graciously gave a scholarship to a member of the Junior class. l p ' 0 ll 3 2 ,+P lying.. .s' fra- . L ll fflf' O YN A' vvpgo, f 2 Q Q 5, my X Q34 1 a U W a " x l ,xx ,, iff ff S Staff workers Ht F.B.C. Staff workers at F.B.C. approach the difficult as though it were easu. Theu believe that it isn't the number of hours o man puts in, it's what a man puts into the hours that reallu counts. lhlnivv 42 l. Hen Shelton, Tom Deuo, ond Hen Jensen. Q. Richard Brounleu - Communications Director, 3. lVlr. Bolton - Maintenance. 4. Rick Dorwicls - Maintenance. 5. Finale lVlosi - Supervisor of Housel-seeping, Maru Sanders - Supervisor of Linens, Victor Morillo - Pointer, 6. Nlr. Robe - Supervisor of Grounds. 7. Poppu Patterson - Supervisor of Maintenance. 8. George lVlehne - School Barber. Q L to R. Garu Ripple - Printers Rsst., Norman Bolles - Director of Publications, Jon Hoeplie - Director Printing. 10. Jock Broolsshow - General Maintenance. l l. Securitu Staff. iQ. Glen lilhitmon and Rau Leonard - School Mechanics, i311 Student Interest 4 l 43 all ""-are S Bock L. to R. Robin wells - Guord, Jim Buchonon - ChuefoFSecurutL,J, Tonq Bronco - Receivung, Jrm Uirner Dem Lowgw A Frgnt Desk, Front L to R, Romboldo - FrOnt DGSH. Corolun Buchonon - SGCVGYOVU1 96000 Olvero, Skip Cousbu, Scott Gront, Hllen Steele, Don lVXcDonoId - Front Desk, Foith Honsen - Front Desk, Inger, OH Quofdgy gggfgd - Pgtw Bglllnger, . Q It 2, if e all N. 48 VN. fi Student Interest I5 5 F.B.C. Secretaries Do Vital UJork Secretaries are a vital part of the dedi- cated staff at F.B.C. Fllong with paid personnel, F.B.C. is privileged to have many women who volunteer their skills in departments that are in need of secre- tarial help. These women serve the Lord in this capacity because of their love for Him. B6 Student Interests 4 5' 3- 'Q wr- I A Q9 N ,, .. I 1 f ,H N .. W W' Q 1 M wx if 1 Q ,f- Q ve- 'Q Ns.. D wa.. 335 f 'Sf 'K is A " ' --Z 1 .,.,:R . at J -ii fbigjt - I 1 V Z K .f-11, l. George Mitchell - Food Servlce Q Nlorlon Johnson, Noncu Dovldson - lsltchen stoff. 3 Coro Stlrmon, Iris Soto - Bookstore. 4 John Porrlsh - Public Belotlons. 5, Bondu Bustnu - Generol Nlonoger, o. Don Llloldrop -- Bssistont Comptroller. 7. Eleonor Bolton - Bookstore, 8. Bnolio Bivero, Ello Dorwlclr - kitchen stoff, 9, Nllndu Porrish A Comptroller Secretoru, Vol Porrlsh - Comptroller. lO, Bnn Potterson, Constontlno Nloutsopoulos - Lltnroru, l l Nlellsso Zemon - Dlrector of Hltchen 1. v M ""1' 4 4 l l N R QQ on Student Interest l 39 ki 1 Mr wW." , 'nd' RN 'J I Q k . NJ I' vw in M 'B.,,. 1' A .ape F B Q -X Q .YQ lx The Bus Ministry Demonstrates Faithfulness The Bus Ministry serves Broward and Dade county areas as a means to try to bring the community into contact with the ministry of the College Church. It also tries to reach the children in the local neighborhood with the gospel. R well organized Sunday school is able to pro- vide spiritual training to the bus riders. 4 l l. Pattie Hilliard ond lllolter Leonard encourage their riders to be ready when the bus rolls around at eight thlrty an Sunday morning, Q. Ricky Moffett tolses tame to share the gospel as he visits his bus riders individually each Saturday. 3, Lllorlsers an left - Dana Bryan, James Sheffield, Julre Sheffield. Denna McDonald, Rrnald Rrcheletta, Susan Lllrnstram, Prudy Fax, Ronnie Hughes, Robert Brookes, Turn Manley, Robin Lllells, John Debronslry. 4. Rnxious lsids crowd to see a very strange photog- rapher. MQ Ministries 4 Q Q s x .-b, t tg! ' ! f lr r MESSAGE L 9203436 l s - " :K - few? if "'r iii M ss YR 4 J .ff AQVAA l il A P5 t 2 Q , " gf, 1 if -, , 1 vw 4 7 5, lJJorlsers on Flight - Dale Daffin, Heith Netuhord, Cindy Stevens, Janice Pittman, Phil Hawkins, Patty Moffett, Ricky Moffett, Janet Younger, Hirt Doherty, Jan Steen, Debbie Hicks, Dan Dillinger, Denise Cram. 5. Dale Daffin and Phil Hauiliins have learned the meaning of patience. o, "Come on, lets get there!" 7. Jimmy Sheffield supervises the boarding of the children after Sunday School, Ministries 143 Florida Bible Church Influences South Florida "For after that in the wisdom of God the world bu wisdom knew not God, it pleased God bu the foolishness of preaching to save them that believe." I Corinthians 1:21. These words express whu our students literallu sacrifice and commit hours of their free time to explain the message of salvation. The Church under the direction of Reverend Stanford keeps both students and members In- volved and encouraged. '1' ' iii vi ' --' i ,Il 'lu' tiff' iv' 2 ft FEL?-wi9.EE?M sl--1 1 1 ' ii 'ii iz. E541 in ! i yin wif .GE ki! '51, . .6254 ' . 2 .if'f"if 1, .. - - - is f. , 1 1 . QQ fpQ::,fg2'.,Ef EF, siffff C ' A NM 'Q 551.4 f " 1 f 'X M, 3 qi. E, li g C .1 it ' L. .EL 2 it ,. f G I .. .V - A ,' j Ai K if-C X06 X xp liebe' -.Q. , yi ii,-3 7 'Kg::2 - QM fs for j, ,figs N A X i i ' of ,hx 4 :lS,.1 V- . 1 ' Zipiififlr I ffe, X-. 1. liless and Jan Cleveland enjou the Sundau sermon, as theu sit next to Jan's mother. 2. Dean Pratt openlu acknowledges his desire to walk in newness of life as Rev. Stanford briefs him con- cerning Baptism. 3. Lee teaches the word as the Holu Spirit burdens him with the special needs of the Church. 144 Ministries qi 9 4 7 4. The Church leaders oh the platform during a service: Rev Stan Pohz, Rssoc. Pastorg Rev. Dana Rruoh, Song Durectarp Rev. R Lee Stamford, Pastor. Rev. Make Shaffer. 5. Caster Suhdau suhrlse service was exceptrohollu fruitful. o. Deacons uuillihglu de- vote hours ofservice to the College Ga Church. 7. Rev. Stamford speaks with Church members, after the message. Nllalstrles l45 Sunclau School Equips Future Teachers. The Sundau School under the direction of Dennis Havertu aims at meeting the spiritual needs of nearlu eight hundred children weeklu. This is made possible onlu through the dedication of over fortu students which work as teachers and helpers in all the various classes. Stu- dents are given the training needed for their future Christian life, as well as ministering in the lives of the local area 4 l l. Rev, Nonemocher explains the availotailtu of classes to students, Q. Lilo Lawson discusses a vis- ual storu to her captive audience. 5. Hatha Nlalohe advises oh which color to color in the "Noahs Rfk", I 44 , 'S rr fffmfr vo UF NJ. . +3 ,f .UNE 'gr' 'X ,Y I mln. ,A 'Wiz' 4. Judy Heltz ossrsts weekly in the nursery de- portment. 5, H closs of onxious young boys, listens os Rexrne Duley teoches 0 new chorus. o. LUindy Ooss is given the chonce to tell her clossrnotes o story. Minrstries 147 The Clown Nlinistru Fascinates Manu Individuals. Clownologu around the U.S. is becom- ing a popular profession. However, around the college the popularitu is growing because of its unique wau of presenting the Gospel during, before, and after a performance. The class of- fered bu Jerru Reese is open to all students. The actual students are kept under disguise and this is part of the unique ministru. Traveling to various Churches, circuses and local civic events affords the group manu opportunties in presenting their message and show. If l I I 'TQQX Q2 Q. -334 f - ' 431, in - sl , A fFld:' A,x ka .J ' -fy ' '45 :Q - .f .2-s 1- .' ' . ' C. ,K . or ' ' if '7",'A- '.'., QQ Q5 Q ,f '-'Q' X . . . Q I er M i ' ,, V K A i'f' r 2 2. CBottom L. to np 'irumbieimoh "Pismo", "tome to f ioii 'rri ' POD? "pickles" C9005 "5mi'GU"1 'AGVOWWWV iii'd I if "Lonesome Larr " "Thom er" Grdj "Choo choa ' ,zl rrrr 5 " ' U I P ' Charlie", "Choir-Chulfwg "Rainbow": "Rag-mopuz CTopj "Patches" 5, "Dottie" discusses a tract which she offered to her new friend. 5. "Pinl4ie" furnishes balloons and heaven tracts at a local park. l48 Ministries if Wav ' ' , Hawk , ,, 4 ...,7 t N. S , K a Q r rg 5 +L xy foigx vw ' af' av' "" 1 X, 'lf ,wg - I ' ,--., or 57 l Ein v7 46 nf' -J QI' 4. The lively ort of oolloon ort is stall olive os "Thumper" coo testlfo to o. 'Sprnrwgtgw 6: "Studies" perform ot o loco! event. 7. "Lone-some Low" sous eoso does ltl, lm theur performorlce Mlmstrnes l4Q .. hh, A P -, ,Q .MSW wg. . SQA? "- -sgrs S X ' .' ,. , i ww-ug :I TSS! . 5: 5353 .. . ' if- 1. ' ww ak., 311:sf,,sassfzzhwzvrfenfsffrlwsahf-2 pi. -1f,fM - - 9 Ship Ministry Prepares Students The members of the ship ministry are establishing friends at the local Port Everglades and reaching them for Christ. Their common bond is the desire to make the Gospel clear to the thousands of visiting sailors coming into the port. This ministry has brought many sailors to the college for special concerts and tours, and leaving them with a lasting impres- sion of the Christian fellowship so com- mon around FBC. "Wi l'l l l, ifx X 1 he-: Lv DMR ' ,'. -off.. Aw!! 4 3 l, Collin Pilch shares the gospel to o military officer on a aircraft carrier. Q. Sailors excitingly await the docking of their ship so as to have the chance to visit the city, 3 The main staff consists of Lindo Carson, Hees Boer, Loraine Earl ond Scott Carson. Ministries T51 , I f x W it I l Qx N N 6 X 5' Pi l B B BlBLE CLUB f- 44,449 I ,A-f' Continuallu striving to reach all the children in South Florida, is what makes the Bible Clubhouse minlstru so exciting. LUith excitement as their trademark and souls as their goal, the clubs have expanded greatlu. Under the direction of Marllun Lashbrook and her assistant Joanne Hummel, the Bible Clubhouses' have become the most popular Inasfar as student Involvement. Students meet together and form small Bible studies in local neighbor- hoods. Theu work with elementaru children, teaching them flannelgraph lessons and memoru verses. Hfter sing- lng and games the kids are readu to settle down and listen to the teacher present the gospel. l. Bruce Moore takes advantage of the "re- freshments trme" to shore with a new vistor, the gospel. Q. Emilia Hndres at a local club takes the attendance of the children for future Follow up. l 52 Ministries Q l ya, M 'K t. liz +Q..,. Q 1 ' A ,ai- .A 5 ,gi ' I' ,dWx'Q , I, 1, .4 X Jil,-.V A . iv Y ,, X f. - ., 4 t, W Y . A , I fy., my ,sf 'gat ,f 72,5-if 2 i V U 9 3. The mojorito of the Bible Clubhouse workers gothered together before going to individuel stoff meetings. 4. Showing the Rios how to hit the pinoto. Cothie Cooper misses ogoin. 5, Lonette Strotuser onswers on importont Question, A Miomi Rescue Mission Reoches Out The Miami Rescue Mission works ot meeting the needs of men with the bockground of ruined lives. The people it reoches ore those generollu who feel thot God does not love them os o result of their sin. Students presenting the Gospel with love hove effectivelu helped reoch these men for the Lord. l. workers shore the gospel with other men outside the mission. 2 Tim Nlonleu uses both tolent ond Foithfulness to glorlfu the Lord, 5 Ben Horiuomo comrnunicotes the gospel with o mon seeking the truth. 4, Fit the close of the evening service Rodger Lomoerson gives the invitotion, 5. UJhiIe o mon occepts Christos his Sovior, Phil Hounnos Ieods him in prouer. 4 l54 Ministries C Rehabilitation Center Meets eeds Manu of the patients at Jackson Memorial Rehabilitation Center must be hospitalized for long periods of time. Theu begin looking forward to the visits of F.B.C. students and staff. Manu people have come to know Jesus Christ as Savior because of the faithful witness of Christ's labourers. 43 'U l. Mike Rodke is able to share a good Christmas tract with o disabled man. Q. Three students erijou going from room to room in the hospital. 5. Fingie Mas: praises God for the privilege to share the gospel Ministries l 55 Senior High Ronch ls . . . The Ronch opprooch is o open, infor- mol Bible studu geored for the high school student. The desire of the stoff is to see oll the uouth soved ond then discipled. Under the direction of Rev. Ron VonBehren, uouth postor of F.B.C., monu of these new Christians ore challenged to Further their educotion ot F.B.C. i There is nothing like Snotu during Comp Q Lorru Birch trus his steodu hond ot preoching the gospel ot ronch 3, Rev, Ron Vonifiehren ond toithfui stoff members onstuer questions of guizutive kids. 4. Everubodu enjous singing oll the enthusiostuc songs ot ronch. 5 FBC musicol incline students odd fresh new sounds of music to ronch 'vw 9 I alwaus believed there was a God up there, but I never thought I could ever get in touch with Him. One dau I noticed this nice looking girl who had it together. Hs I talked to her, I knew she was different. I finallu asked her out ... she said ues! . .. on one condition, I had to go to Ranch with her first. I was intrigued, so I agreed. To mu surprise, the kids were singing and clapping and laughing and having a blastl Hfter awhile a speaker got up front, and I thought, "Here comes the boring part." But I couldn't help but give him a listen. He spoke ofa free gift. He said that heaven was a gift. But uou have to be perfect. I thought, "LUait a minute, NOBODH"s perfect." He explained that everuone has sinned, and Jesus Christ died on the cross to pau for our sin. Now, all we can do is believe He did that for us. That was too good to pass upl So I trusted the Lord. I went to Ranch after that on a regular basis, and uou know - I never did take that girl outl David Pauton Ministries I57 Jr. High Ministries - Centers In On I'-lctio Jr. High, o notoriouslu tronsitioncil oge, needs to be reached for the Lord Jesus Christ. Here ot F.B.C., Dennis Hovertu's Jr. High Surfside serves os o model to the F.B.C. students who wont exposure in this oreo. Monu students now direct suc- cessful ministries for Jr. High in neighbor- ing towns ond counties. The Jr. High Surfside hos set o greot exomple this ueor. Theu hove on overoge ottendonce of 85-100 kids weeklu. Somewhere between 25-30 uoung people ore reciched for Christ everu week. 4 l Q Q . 'J' 3 5 3 l 58 Ministries ,, 54 'ix . . . 5 1. Sheilo Hovertu posses out fluers. 2. Jr. High, tuhot o blost. 3. Hees Boer pious his guitor For the I-sids. 4. Ciridu McDonieIs ohd Bill Hrehbiel shore with o smoll group. 5. Jr. High Stoff. o. Steve Fidoms portrous the Fun theu would hove ot Show Comp. I + O Ministries 159 Gospel Phones ReopThe Horvest The Gospel Phones ministry combines the old story of solvotion with the mod- ern convenience of the telephone to win souls to the Lord. Callers first heor o rec- orded messoge ond then ore oble to speck to o stoff member for further help. The coller reoches us by the telephone - we reoch them with the Gospel. 4 l l6O Ministries 9 CALL . 'Q 920-3431 r ang. 1 LJL L f- A ' ' "rs Q.: 7 7 -is L -- all ,i mage mil' ri GD DD Wlgflm' L xi! 'U fllillv, , HT ! iiilm filili- M , BROWARD PHONE 2Of3436 49-5994 M RECORDED - CALL ANY TIME Stock Cor Ministry The Stock Cor Fiocing Ministry, led by Bob Glossenger, Is probably the most unusuol ministry ot F.B.C. It Is o combi- notion of octuol roclng ond ofterwords, o one on one witnessing to spectotors ond fellow drivers. The ministry culminoted out of Bob's former ovocotlon. A o T, Dennis Hoverty describes the gospel phone ministry to interested students. 2. Brendo Brite meets o persons need by spending time in the gospei phone ministry. 3. The Stock Cor stoff in- cludes, from L to B, Bev Biggs, Boy Cruzon, Bob ond Lois Glossenger, Non-seo Holston, ond Bob Brooks. 4, Bob shores his unique trock which wos written expressly For rote trock drivers. 5, Non-seo Holston shores Jesus with o new Friend. o. Our purpose, Used M.I.N.D.'s Bought and Sold Only Slightly Used Will Take Trade-Ins ComeByf F Et t The American Wobat Magneto Corporation wishes the best for the Class of '78 i i' W i s t i,6 ' f A R t i "There's a Magneto in Your Future" Compliments Of V.F.B.C.-T.V. C' Q70 4 if mil HolIywoods's Tops For peculiar programming animated absurdity NEED A SKIT? CALL US NOW! Stuffed Enough Dress Shop S' i it e at ' - lp t' . 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He believes Christian education has neglected exhortations mate - explanation. TOPICS Christian Motivation Listening Memorizing Concentration HEARN HOW TO: Remember the Greek Remember the thirty- Remember a thirty- alphabet in ten QIOJ three C335 divine point 1301 outline in minutes. riches of grace in fif- minutes. teen QISJ minutes. Remember the names and faces of twenty 120D people after one intro- duction. EXTREMELY INTERESTING ' PRACTICAL ' EDUCATIONAL ENTERTAINING ' CIIALLENGING ' EDIFYING BAGAL FARE SYSTEMS, INC. , SQA? F 1 E L T6 'G me .15 HUNGRY FOR A BACK HOME BAGEL? Plain - Salt - Poppy Seed - Sesame Seed Garlic - Onion - Egg - Pump 81 Soft Pretzels Wholesale 81 Catering Department for your next party, get-together, fund raising or special occasion. 1988 N.E. 163rd Street 1305i-945-3831 North Miami Beach, Fl. 33162 W I I GRACE COMMUNITY CHURCH I I I 1 . :X , I 1' ,MAXNA 2Q.x x .- LL C' --1-F,-fa - . , R' -5. Lf- P' .I-,Ig w 5 F QQQ -N, , -I I .rg QI. H ... I ., I I , I Rev. Wally Morillo, Pastor P.O. Box 7755 Pharr, Texas 78577 :camo E25 D0- zmcn bog -411' 222 E36 1:55 30,1 Q02 DIZ Pon 32: E HIVH HAIRwEARE'HAIRwEAR :I: xg In :I ra E m :o E 'ii I Q 3 PUOOP -'T' cw 97-UE-I-I 55:17-'Q FHZEZUQ ' ZQ Q II - Q E ' 5 .suv 3MuIvH.3uvzIM R 51, 'U 3 m J, O E 3' fp E 3 Q CD 2 3 V' na Q O :I 5 CD I CD -4 HAIR WE ARE ' HAIR WE ARE " HAIR WE ARE . READY TO MEET YOUR EVERY NEED . THE COVINGTONS FOR THE CONTEMPORARY R WE ARE 3I:IV BM HIVH HAI E O 3 I'I'I F 3 I11 Z If Z U so Io o co sl oo -I E HIVH I CHILDREN ' FORMAL AND cANoIo WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY ENVIRONMENTAL PORTRATURE FOR AN APPQINTMENT CALL BAR IvII12vAHs PARTIES SPORTS I-IAIR wE AR CD N -L Q5 -L QD CD auv am I I I I 2140 TYLER STREET HOLLYWOOD, FLA. ' lf 1 I BY LOOK IN HAIR FOR P.O. BOX 1041, HOLLYWOOD, FLA. 33022 .A:'Tf Z W' 1 x z ll Q. . fix A A Q9 h . Q Y ' ' mi 1'r':'I ff K, I ! TPR. X 5 55 llgla I My GO YE INTO ALL THE WORLD h-.,gHi!'24 AND PREACH THE GOSPEL TO EVERY CREATURE" Mark 16:15 C956 Jfamh WLM glam! BOARD OF MISSIONS ww0wfwymMzJmoMQ0mf AM4ewww fafaewzzzmmqfmaaf Mewwcgf MEMBERS OF THE BOARD OF MISSIONS Mr. 81 Mrs. Terry Kushi Assistant Chairman Rev. A. Lee Stanford Mrs. Sue Stanford Mr. 84 Mrs. Norman Bolles Mr. 81 Mrs. William Lauter Mr. 81 Mrs. Russell Kelly Rev. 8- Mrs. Jimmy Sheffield Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles Zeman Mr. 81 Mrs. Jack Moss Chairman Rev. 81 Mrs. Michael Shaffer Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Krall Rev. 81 Mrs. Floyd Groff Mr. 81 Mrs. Fred Darwick Mr. 8- Mrs. James Caliendo Dr. Jerome Harold Mrs. Valda Parrish Mrs. Betty Wallace Margaret V. Bolles, Treasurer THE is to International Graphics . . .WHERE WE COMBINE LOWER PUBLICATION PRICES WITH FINE PRINTNG AND COMPUTERIIED SCNEDULINGI nlung costs have ook auction Suse Ourpubll ard I I very edu ol publlcari g largest printing We offer all the! deparimenfslor prrn ry separations, r g we have o complete publication aepanmenl organrzea especially Io 1ulIlII the needs ol publrcahon priming illnternational Graphics QVC Svllffvklllll' '4.ll'.'.lTUl l l' .'. TELEPHONE? BFUJNAIJIY 'W f?U.4'CL' ll-ll' K' fi' l-ll Looking unto Jesus :2 , Hebrews 12 yy McDonald S The McDonnell Family f' Y an!! The Best Maryland Has to .QQ LgIgtd'::e':f' HWY Offer . . . Kathy 81 Lory tfi' Iiwwi sf"""i" I Denise Sipress and Q ' 'I Ifff X Managefl I Mary Overdorf Dali-,gB5lg?1HaV"' One - To the Sweetest Roommates Angie 81 Donna I Timothy 1:17 Gwen Harrell Trudi loves Steve I1-2-78l Cheri Seeds CHRISTIAN AUDIO SERVICES Cindy Sherman Sales Service Rental Jlm Bennett 1341 N.W. 191 St. Miami FI Senior Men '78 . BEST WISHES FROIVI Diversified Drywall and Plastering Ft. Lauderdale, Florida Q Y Y 9 8 2115 Hollywood Blvd 0 Hollywood FL 0 fBrowardJ 921 9630 0 QDadeD 947 2629 We Accept MASTERCHARGE 0 BANK AMERICARD 0 HOLLYWOOD FEDERAL BUY O MATIC HOURS DaiIy8 30am 5oopm Sundays900am 400pm If -AufH4"'N""wT vm M, 'Www wma . . . ' . . "' -' . : .. Nw. . . . . . U , NNW M ,A .:. , -' .,.gtf -' A - 1.4. K 4' .-"""'r IN., 1.4 W"-r' Z M 1 ' , Q " c"'v,:vH Jwulf "' Wray. ' -J . , . . . O O . . ' 0 0 ' o H Y Featurmg at all tzmes South Florida s Largest Selection of GOOD USED CLOTHING at Fantastic Low Prices' WORK CLOTHES WORK SHOES 81 BOOTS CUT OFF' JEANS RE CYCLED JEANS WORK SHIRTS WORK JACKETS m a great assortment ofszzes to fzt every man and BARGAINPRICES to fzt euerypocketbook 1 I ozyzozsvc if REMEMBER We Are Also the Center for Reconditioned Merchandise fAlmostLzkeNewj TOASTER OVENS IRONS STEREOS RADIOS, ETC. big floors of Clean Used Furniture GIGANTIC SELECTION OF Box Springs 8. Mattresses Singles Doubles Kings Queens BEDSPREADS ARM CHAIRS COUCHES CHEST OF DRAWERS DINING ROOM SETS DINETTE SETS LATE MODEL BEDROOM SETS BRIC A BRAC ASSORTMENT POTS PANS DISHES LAMPS STATUARY WE PAY TOP DOLLAR FOR YOUR GOOD USED MERCHANDISE ALSO AT BIG SAVINGS NEW FIRM BEDS CAII Snzesb NEW COUCH 8- CHAIR SETS NEW HIDE A BEDS and otherltems New BEDDING Items C BXBLE HRISI7 OV' 4 Rev. Max Mills 4' Principal is Rev. Guy Grofi o Administrator I" Phone 920-0041 X523 LABUR Q9-franc: BONDED 8 INSURED CONTRACT LABOR 219 Fern Street, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401 13051 659-5933 100 S.E. 7th Street North, Belle Glade, Florida 33430 -form Mn l3o5l 996-3741 ulnono , l ENTERPRISE CORPORRTIOR A Congratulations f Seniors Manufacturers Of P 5 A5 A ll I pray that ". . . the joy of I I NLVLURAELL-JAEJP fufnnfowwmml 51ff'f the Lord is your strength." -I ebaeea 327:-S iL,UT,E,.,,, Nehemiah azloe 101H S. Congress Ave. Delray Beach, Fla. 33444 4' K ' Betsy '75' 214 N.w. sm Ave. Hallandale, Fla. 33009 '- f - ,Ll l L 463-6979 ' 944-6979 ' 756-6979 " CONGRATULATI ONS SENIORS '78' 111,14 24 A.-1:3747 ,I 1,9 'i :If-mes faygifs .5 f -3. Y .ifutlur r-91 frm, lv W Y? . M N M v AQ Mr. 81 Mrs. Scarborough TRAVEL 0 ZELLERS TRAVEL 0 ZELLERS TRAVEL O ZELLERS TRAVEL 0 ZELLERS TRAVEL 0 ZELLERS TRA iniche L, vffll all ffmine llc-:aria Susie Scarborough '78' VEL Let Us Help You Save Money Offered to Florida Bible College Students, Staff and Friends By ZELLE RS TRAVEL OF HO LLYWOOD Steve Kov h Direct Your Inguiries to ac , Zellers Travel Representatlve 13051 920-004 TRAVEL 0 ZELLERS TRAVEL o ZELLERS TRAVEL 0 ZELLERS TRAVEL 0 ZELLERS TRAV 1 Ext. 540 Or 921-7381 EL Gem 6, I fgaaozff 2515451 ifiw ich? K woffi Congratulations To All Seniors From the Senior Girls light the way San Antonio t B J! Xa-vsoif x'f X X 7 2 Bible Center , f , NX T, .. . me ik-it : X ,X of ' QQSXEKN 9 sage, '-, , Ski? "i y , -f N J 4,1 E K I 1' 3 Rev. Dick Haynes, Pastor San Antonio, Texas Falthful Patrons The Glft Box 1842 S Young Clrcle 923 7336 Jeannle s BOUTIQUE 19o4f Hollywood Blvd 927 0052 May God Bless Connle Bllly Jan Bob Tonl B J Kelly Steve Mlke Klm lthelr babyj Joe and Blll From John 8l Connle Lolll Other Patrons are Candy Headlne Klm Flsher Margo Graham Paula Lutes Llnda Rellly Yvonne Coleman Llnda Gllbert Leslle Vernon Debble Hoyt Pattl Cutchlngs Barb Klrby Janelle Laplne Tampa Girls . .. Heidi, Jan, Susan, Rose Jeri Moringred Denise Pike Cathy Conley I n , I 1 2 . 1 5 5 7 5 ' ' I l 5 l 4 ! :J 1 . X X ,l f, f f x Q XO I A The Man Barber Shop f ' ' .1 1 N V il! ig, H H - 983-9599 Shop hour: ' .gx 436 Hollywood Mall Six days a weel ' QM Hollywood, Fla. 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m Nine Roffler Stylists ,5f"' . I lf you can honestly buy a new X X Ford for less than we can sell lt 3.14 ' to you . . . we'll buy you a T'-'S r TEAK DI NN ER XI, .. 'A as fl Fora Two an - ll ' " In Special discounts for all FBC students 81 faculty -.... ..::.. ' .J J!" ""'5E: imfeii 1 5 1 - hifi - - Sszggff I' l ' 'Wim -" 1200 N. Federal Hwy. 921-6800 lHollywoodJ " ' 947-3411 lMiamiJ TALKING ABOUT I AWANA YOUTH ASSOCIATION GRAPHIC DESIGN I Amp S E R V I C E ' X QCQJBS VICTOR ORDAZ FI 'd B'ble Church GRAPHIC DESIGNER 0" a ' Studio 3120 Pembroke Road BI . 17 Hallandal FI 33009 Terry Cushi dg W Mailing Addres P.O. B 1000 Hallandale, FI 33009 963 2341 458 1583 ALB ERTS For Freshness, Quality 81 Design Phone - 921-1266 Miami 945.1331 Downtown Hollywood Fashion calgrkiins, 2023 Hollywood Blvd. Center Toll Free 800-327-0251 921-1515 961-6144 FLOWERS-ARRANGEMENTS FOR ALL-- OCCASIONS 2801 Greene Street, Hollywood, Fla. 33020 ,- F.T.O. 81 Teleflora Member - - f South Florida Industrial Park Flowers Dollvoreo wo accept all Worldwide Major credit cards "" Butterworth's T. V. Center Same location over 20 years Sales - Service - Rental MAG NAVOX fulfil Located at Hollywood Blvd. and the F.E.C. tracks 2051 Hollywood Blvd. Xz'-3,6 ' A ' KNTER 1+-f , REHHLS I V jg!! AAU! I 2 iff-7'o - Ho.-D 5,1 2 5 1 5 t It - . , M7g W?g ' nalr emporium AX E, 5. 920 8486 El rlf l :Elie 'ei ..s,-fm' Hank Lindstrom Pastor Hollywood FL 33020 55,1 0 ,, M2 H ff I . . --,--f 'Y -'T' - -: 'lxal llg .f'-lil-'5 5,21-.'?,igi1,5 ill ,rj lfzpje-J-""?7o-22 5"' :Q-1'T-T5 Fil- 'if 1 ,1- 65 --3 ,i..,,,- 2330-a Hollywood Blvd. 3 5 l F B C s ff" Clown Ministry Reaching Kids SJ For Christ G f. THE 43 -UK Cfsxx .':::::z,. mericon an 6600 Taft Street Hollywood Florida Telephone: 966-9810 Dade: 625-9578 ollywood MEMBER COMPLIMENTS A "GMS For Everyday and Tha! Special Occasion" CALICO KITCHENS 325 Hollywood Mall Hollywood, Florida 33021 Telephone 966-0545 Congratulations and our Prayers to the Class of 1978 Rev. Michael Ocealis and Family CITY GLASS CO. 200 N. Dixie Hwy, Hollywood, Fla. 33020 923-2428 Residential and Commercial Installations CLASSIC GALLERY FRI E N D 200 N. Dixie Hwy, Hollywood, Fla. 33020 iff: A-X Tj A 6 2 f 4 r Q KlNG'sJEsTEns 1 r AL.. X sr 1 923-2428 Creative Picture Framing Stretching and Blocking Needlepoint Framing J. A. Mills I Also Believe I John 5:13 and John 6:37 KIRBY VACUUM CO. We sell and repair any type vacuums and shampooers Big Discount For F.B.C. Folks 1504 S. Salisbury Ave. Spencer, N.C. 28159 Day 636-5511 Night 633-3563 gifs BEST WISHES AND CONTINUED SUCCESS FROM THE STAFF AND MANAGEMENT OF J M. FIELDS DEPARTMENT STORE 1425 E. HALLANDALE BLVD. DIPLOMAT MALL SEE US FOR ALL YOUR FLOORING NEEDS CARPET - TILE - LINOLEUM HOLLYWOOD FLOORING AND CARPET CO. COMPLETE LINE OF FLOOR COVERINGS Phone 922-6026 1310 N. DIXIE HWY HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA COMPLIMENTS SPOLTER LIGHTING Wholesale Distributors Lighting ' Fixtures - Table Lamps Swags ' Nutone - Intercom Build Supplies MON DAY-THURSDAY 9-53 FRIDAY - 4 Closed Saturday 6700 N.W. 7th Ave. Miami Fla. 33150 Tele. Miami 836-1441 Broward 849-0912 OUR COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 77 MORNINGSTARS JEWELER S Diamonds and Jewelry Below Wholesale Cost From our Loan Department Watch and Jewelry Repairing 923-2372 119 N. 20th Ave Hollywood Fla. HOLLYWOOD FRAME and MIRROR .f R. ART SUPPLY 4, and Custom Framing Large Selection Ready Made Frames Needlepoint Framing 922 6222 927 S 21 st Ave. Hollywood Fla. 5 . -- - l 0,0 KJ - I Pick up and delivery 43053 922-2831 Chevron WE GUARANTEE SERVICE Service Center 1554 S Federal Highway Ben Mgcfgrland Danna Florida Qwnef Q Y Sheridan Chevron 305 927 2815 NSED A A DEA World 's L argest Transmission Specialists SLJMNER GOLDBEFZG "" HO L OCD 13 mst alnnofnpurwoon nucu --M 3509 ll. 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I Outfitters to the Sound of Trutl FEDERAL Hollywood Federal Savings and Loan Association 1909 Tyler Street Hollywood Florida 33020 rf ' X929-""""" S W XA 4 RoN SISKEY COMMl.NlTY'CUffOMER RELAIION Lumber o Plywood Q Millwork Q Paints o Moulding Hardware o Building Material Broward 920-8079 Dade 947-8210 Ti Sheridan lumber inc 54 2044 Sheridan Street Hollywood Florida 33020 Se Habla Espanol LET US DO THE SHOPPING FOR YOU TO PROVIDE THE BEST POLICY A T THE BEST PRICE I auto 0 home O life 0 health 0 retirement 0 workmen s compensation 0 group programs for churches and schools Sp eclalfzlng In Personalized Claim Service PHONE 920 5284 Broward 967 1035 Palm Beach BILL GRASSI an DENNIS GROLEAU Agents SS 1 f N I ' ' 4759 - I 5 1 ll s. sd, , ' ' R ST SXL 't 5: 1 ...f.2,Q2g' 5 ' . mf 'S 1 , SQ U ,, ' 9 .,. OSS' Oleg enc -1 I' f 9 Q COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE - " Q ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS RESTAURANTS IN THE WORLD In Fort Lauderdale on the Intracoastal Waterway at Sunrise Boulevard Seaside Missions North Miami Beach, Florida Dr. Mark G. Cambron, President For I am not ashamed ofthe Gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believeth, to the Jew first and also the Greek. Romans 1:16 GBA RUAST BEEF HOLLYWOOD - YOUNG'S CIRCLE gas Scarfafa owivea - OPERATOR 207 N. Fede I Hwy, Hollywood, FI id 1305, 929.3134 Alethia Bible Church Brandon Youth Ranch Suncoast Youth Ranch, Inc. P O Box 55 Clearwater Florida 33517 ' Jesus said, Hverily, Verily l say unto you, He that be- lieveth on me hath everlasting life." John 6:47 ON ilk 95-,clk buick Clearwater, FL. Steve Kimbrell pastor Striving Together or the faith of the Gospel P ' . : 7 FROM ALL But as we were allowed of God to be put in trust with the gospel even so we speak not as pleasing men ut God which trieth our hearts I Thes 2 4 f -1 hil 1 2 O REV. JOSEPH G. ALLESI, JR. DIRECTOR D I ' ly A A v . 1 Q9 A pg W II'-IUNI-E oi ii 4 Nnrxl1M1umiBcgil H I 'lilhl Ton and L nn Mirabella y y Rev. R. F. Busby Pastor ItOnIy fear the Lord and serve Him in truth with all your heart, for consider what great things he hath done for U you." I Your salvation cannot be Iostg the I Samuel 12:24 gift of God is ETERNAL LIFE We'd like to take this time to thank the students of FBC for their patronage 7 and wish them the best of luck in the QQ! 5 coming years. fl sl ,I W - Q L' 6000 HI!! 6'0ffff 6770? 2001 Tyler Street, Hollywood, FL 33019 7-Hour Cleaners MUSIC DE Fast, Courteous Service Pick up and delivery Prayers , 307 N. W. 1st Ave. Go with the Farr Lauderdale Class of '78 Phone - 461-3111 Best Wishes from :Q Clftkfian dvfcntaf cgfcang csocief-171, jnc. 8l'1 1038 N. E. 4th AVE. Hollywood Lincoln Mercury H Q d . FORT LAUDERDIALE, FLA. 33304 H ll d L d R ntals , , O ywoo ease an e C0hgf0tUlaflOf'l6 to Grddudtlflg C1455 Ft. Lauderdale 13051 764-6771 Sheridan Street at U.S. 1 Miami 13051379-9030 4 07' 077. . . for the most distinguished names in music... STEINWAY STORY 81 CLARK SOHMER LOWREY .ir Y Q'-?i?n" H MORGAN PIANO MORGAN Music MORGAN Music 22075 y Bid Dai aM in 701 S.W.27Av I M FI M FI Miami, Fla. "For we preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord . . Il Cor. 4:5 FLORIDA BIBLE " CHURCH faithfully ministering to the Rev- Abkgggganfofd Rev Michael Shaffer Associate Pastor O 0 its members nevuinimy sheffield 0 friends in the South Florida Asmafe "am area . . . and nevsfan pm 0 Florida Bible College students ASs'S'a'1"'aS"" Rev. 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Ikeda, Yutaka 63, 141, 155 Ingold, Garnett R. 102, 103, 104, 105 Ingram, Pamela M. 83 Ingrassla, Tony 63 INIGRR SSIR , SRMI 42, 50, 96 1 I i Ingrassla, Vlctarla R. 72 1 J .- Jackson, Danlel L. 83, 98, 99 100 101 Jackson, Sharon L 51 Jelly, Chrlstlna M. 83 JENSEN, JO ELLEN 42 JENSEN. KENNETH L 31, 42, 134 Johnson, Janle R. 124 Johnson, Marlon 138 Johnson, Robert 95 Johnston, Galnor LU. 51 Jones, Beth R. 83 Jones, Candy L. 72 Jones, Gary R. 51 Jones, Richard G. 85 Jones, Terry M. 72 Jones, Sherrie L. 85 Johnson, Bobby D. 72 Johnson, Lory J. 83 Judy, Jan L. 85 Junstrom, John C. 72 Jurewlez, Edwin C. 63 JUSTICE, MICHREL R. 42, 63, 76, 116, 117 -H- Kamrath, Clndy M. 68, 72, 130 Kamrath, Llsa R. 85, 91 Kebllnger, Jocelyn C. 63, 153 KEECH, PRM 19, 42 Keltz, Joanne M. 85 Keltz, Judlth R. 72, 147 Klmball, Robert J. 85 Keckrltz, Jr., Eugene O. 51 Kennedy, Mella J. 85 Kester, Klm D. 72 Klrby, Barbara J. 73 Knauss, Dlane K. 63 KOEPKE, JON L 19, 42, 92, 93. 135, 98 Koch, Rlta 50 Kolar, lUesley J. 63 Koriyama, Tsutomu CBenJ 71, 73, 141, 155 Kounnas, Phll 55, 59, 154 Kovarlk, Theresa M. 73, 153 Krahmer, Donald P. 73 Krall, Barbara 137 Krapf, John E. 73 Kraxberger, Mlchael J. 50, 107 Krehblel, lllllllam 96, 113, 159 ... L - Lamberson, Roger E. 50, 154 Landes, Janlce R. 63, 118 Lang, Barbara R. 63, 153 Lang, Harrlett E. 44, 51, 153 LRNNOM, JRCK 19, 42 Laplne, Janelle K. 85 LRSHBROOK, MRRILVN 31, 42, 153 Lasso, Karen M. 73 Lavole, Renee N. 78, 85 Lawson, Lllo I. 85, 146, 155 Leanord, lUaIter L 73 Le Clalr, Mary S. 73, 1 18 Lehman, Ron 76, 116, 117 Lelgh, Mlchael P. 64 Sanders, Mary 135 Leonard, Roy M. 73, 135 Leonard, Trudy G. 73 Leonard, lJ.Jalter L 142 Lewls, Tom R. 85 Llndsey, Davld R, 64 Llndstrom, Susan 137 Llsenby, Sherrl E. 84 Uttle, Trudl 64 Logan, Robert E. 64 Lolll, Connle 136 Lolllpop 148 Lonesome, Larry 148, 149 Lovell, Dwlght J. 70, 73 Lowery, Charles E. 78, 80, 84 Lowery, Pamela L 73, 134 Lund, Judlth T. 73 Lutes, Paula LU. 84 Lutes, Rosanne L. 51 -M- MacOuarrIe, Beverly S. 106 Maler, Jeanne R. S1 Melone, Kathy 84, 114, 147 Manley, Tlm 142, 154, 97 Manning, Sarah B. 50, 60 Maphls, Theodore R. 84 Marshall, Burton R. 50 Marshall, Joan R. 64 Mascara, Ronald C. 64, 116, 107 Masl, Rngelo 141, 150, 155, 135 Mathls Ill, Jeff LU. 74, 95 Mattlngly, Melanle J. 50 Mauer, Jonathan E. 16 Mauer, Tlm 80, 125, 96 Mawhinney, Donna M. 51 Mays, Terry T. 84 McCauley. Stephen E. 74, 140 McCORMICK, JEFF 42, 51, 146, 107 McDanleI, Cynthla D. 74, 159 McDonald, Deana S. 74, 142, 134 McDonnell, Patrlcla M. 47, 51, 137 McGee, Davld L 64 McGee, Debra J. 84 McGoIdrIck, Robert 50, 94, 95 McMahon, Barry UJ. 84, 95, 100 McMllIan, Kelly 99 McNRLLV, DRVID R. 42, 64, 116 McNally, Glnger L 50 McQuIggan, Nancy R. 84 Mehne, George 145, 135 Melnerth, Ruthann 74 Melvln, Rlchard 124 Messarra, Rndrew L 68, 73, 96 Messer, Pam 8, 73, 153 Messer, Beverly 8, 73, 153 Mlchelson, Rlex UJ. 74 Mlck, Heldl M. 78, 80, 84, 104, 105 Mlckler, Davld 119 Mlller, Davld K. 74 MILLS, MRI 42 MITCHELL CONNIE J. 42 Mitchell, George 138 Mltchell, Raymond B. 84, 100 Mltchell, Don 99, 100 Moffett, Patty 143 Moffett, Ricky D. 78, 84, 142 Moore, Bruce 74, 152, 153 MORGRN, CORRBELLE 110 Morgan, Ed 64, 153, 97 Morlllo, Vlctor 135 Mornlngred, Jerrl Lee 55 Moutsopoulos, Constantlna 50, 139 Murphy, Hope 64 Musser, John E. 14 -N- Nastase, Frank 118 Needham, Rosemary 6, 130, 153 Newhard, Kelth B. 51, 143 NONEMRCHER, GRRV 18, 42, 43, 146 Norrls, Joyce 159 Nunn, Elalne D. 84 .. O - O'Brlen, Danlel T. 44, 47, 51, 53, 113, 132, 157 O'Brlen, John 94, 95 O'Conner, James J. 64, 95 Olvera, Rombaldo 74, 95, 134 Overdorf, Mary D. 84, 155 Owens, II. Edward H. 51 -p- Parker, Charles IJJ. 84 Parks, Robert M. 52, 97 Parrlsh, John E. 92, 138, 100 Parrlsh, Mlndy 139 Partaln, Steve J. 64, 159 Parrlsh, Val 139 Pasquarello, Rlchard 118 Patches 148 Patterson, Patterson, Patterson, Payton, C. Pearlsteln, Rnn 139 Pat 19, 135 Randolf H. 52 Davld 84, 114, 157 107 Rl Perez, Rmella S. 45, 52 Perry, Beverley F. 84 Pesce, Kelth B. 84 Peters, Robert Carl 64 Peters, Robert G. 55 Peterson, Davld H. 64 Peterson, Debbie 68 Peterson, Jan L. 84 Petty, Natalie R. 64, 67 Plckles 148 Pierce, Douglas L 74 Plke, Denlse E. 84 Plke, Joel B. 64 Plland, Mark R. 84 Pllch, Colln F. 84, 151 Plnard, Rllce R. 53, 145 Plnard, Sue E. 13, 64 Plnkle 148 Plttman, Janlce L 74, 143 Pollzzl, James T. 74 Porter, Jr., Charles R. 84 PONZ, STRNLEV R. 42, 93, 113. 145 Poupert, Rrleen 84 Pratt, Dean R. 83, 86, 144 Pratt, John 150 Pratt, Ralph P. 80, 86, 153 Pratt, Russell IJJ. 10, 74, Prlce, Davld 4, 64 130, 153 Prlce, Donald E. 42, 64 Prlde, Patrlcla L. 86 Proedehl, Jeff 11, 64, 78 -3- Rabe, Frltholf 135 Rag-mop 148 Rainbow 148 Ramlrez, Davld R. 75 Royle, Larry E. 78, 86, 99, 100 REESE, BRRNDV 43, 137 REESE, JERRY L. 43, 53 Relch, Irene M. 86 Rellly, Linda D. Rlcco, Dana L. 75 Rlce, Rllen 1 14 Rlce, Erlc R. 85, 86, 114 Rlchardson, Jack C. 53, 94, 95 Rldlen, Colleen 75. 153 Rldlen, Merlyn L. 52 Rlggs, Beverly S. 75, 161 Rlnke, George R. 86, 114 Rlon, Ellzabeth R. 86 Ripple, Gary E. 68, 75, 135 Rlvera, Rnalla 68, 139 Roberts, Jacquellne R. 75 Roberts, Karen K. 75, 102, 103 Robberson, Henry E. 64, 159 Robbins, l.UiIlIam C. 86 Roberts, Karen 103 Roberts, Marcl R. 86 Roberts, Nancy S. 86 Roblnson, Brenda 127 Roblnson, Kurt R. 75 Rocamora, Rae 137 Roche, Barbara 137 Rodke, Michael S. 64, 155, 96 Rojas, Beatrlz J. 86 Romanach, Octavlo D. 86 Rosas, Sharon 86 -5- Sandford, Cynthla L. 62, 64, 140, 153 Sallnas, Ignacio J. 52, 68 Sanchez, Julla 104, 105 Sanchez, Kenneth J. 52, 53, 54, 55 113.132,156,157,106 Scarborough, Susan K. 52, 132 Sartor, Madelyn M. 86 Sasser, Celeste R. 86, 89 Scolf, Gary R. 75, 94, 95 Schneck, Barry 87 Scheldt, Charles H. 52 SCHEIDT, RENEE 43 Schnelder, Dlane L 87 Schuster, Robert 45, 47, 52, 126 Schweltzer, Mark T. 52, 68, 75 Seeds, Cheryl L 6, 42, 43, 45, 53, 153 Shaddlnger, Mary Fl. 75 Shafer, Sylvla J. 53 SHRFFER, MIKE 18, 40 42, 43, 113. 144, 145 SHEFFIELD, JIMMY 43, 142, 143, 145 Shelton, Carol 137, 154 Shelton, Kenneth 43, 134 Sherer, Deborah R. 52 Sherer, Shelly R. 64 Sherman, Cynthla H. 52, 158, 159 Sherrln, Roger B. 87 Showers, Paula S. 87, 114 Slmlele, Mlke 65, 11 1 Slmpsan, Guy C. 58, 75 Slms, Sandra J. 87 Slnclalr, Bruce R. 64 Slpress, Denlce L 78, 87 Skldmore, l,UIllIam E. 75 Strubert, Thomas J. 80, 87 Suermann, John R. 75 Summers, Dorls M. Sumpter, Pamela J. 65 Swords, Rlys F. 87 Symonds, Robert S. 75 -T- Taeger, Freddl H. 10, 137 Tatakls, James P. 87 Taylor, Calvln D. 65 Taylor, Paul N. 86, 87 Smlley, 148 Smlth, Dulcey 115 Smlth, Donald UJ. 87 Smlth, Mark R. 87 Smlth Preston I. 9, 115 Smlth, Randy F. 75, 94, 95 Smlth, Sharon R. 65 Smlth, lUllllam P. 9 Smoyer, Tom M. 87, 159 Snyder, Becky S. 87 Soehlman, Jr., Stanley C. 9, 115 Soto, Robert 52 Soto, Irls R. 87, 139 Sprlngy 149 Stahl, Barbl 115 Stahl, Jack 1 15 Stahl, Jennifer R. 65 Stahl, John B. 9 Stablle, JoRnne 75 Stafford, Barbara L. 75 Stanford, Clndy 153 STRNFORD, Fl. LEE 13, 18. 78, 130, 144, 145 STRNFORD, SUE 18, 43 Starnes, Don 11 40, 42, Stearns, Sandra H. 15, 65 Steele, James R. 53, 134 Steen, Jan 87, 143 Steln, Llnda J. 76, 87, 103 Steln, Rose M. 87, 142, 153, 104, 105 Stephens, Cynthla C. 75 Stephens, Sandra J. 87, 104, 105 Stevens, Clndy 143 Sterrett, Edward H. 87, 118 Stewart, Blalze R. 87 Stewart, Robln E. 53 Stlches 149 Stlrman, Cora 138 Straulser, Donna L 87 Strawser, Lynette M. 75, 153 Strong, Mary L. 87 Taylor, l.Uayne R. 65 Tenpenny, Steve R. 87, 96 Thomas, Rosonn UJ. 87 Thomason, Chrlstlne L. 75 Thompson, Randy S. 100 Thornberry, Robert UJ. 75 Thrasher, Lilllan C. 55 Thrasher, UJayne N. 54 Thumper 148, 149 Toews, Sandra H. 88, 153 Troll, Scott E. 88 Treadway, Laura L. 88 Trout, Robert R. 88 A Troyer, Earl H. 75 Tumblellna 148 Turner, Debra L 88 Tuner, Lorl D. 88 Tyler, Donald UJ. 9, 54, 134 Tyrcha, Patrlcla R. 65 -U- Ulmer, James R. 134 Underwood, Raymond 99 1 V ... VanBrunt, Kenneth M. 76 VanDam, Mlchaele D. 88 VanDam, John 88 Vega, Rlma 88, 102, 103 Verdon Vlctorla S. 88, 103 Mlchelle L 88, 102, 103 Vendel, Venard, , Lawrence S. 75 Vernon, Leslle R. 54 Vogel, Dlane L. 75 Vogel, Corothy R. 88 Voltarel, Mark L. 65 VON BEHREN, RON 41, 43, 92, 93, 113, 156, 100 -LU- LUade, Mark S. 65 l.Uagner, Davld L. 64 UJalbert, Mark R. 76 Lllaldrlp, Debra J. 74, 76 llJaIdrlp, Robln 88 l.Ualdrop, Donald R. 76, 138 lUalker, Clndy M. 10, 15, 76, 153 UJalker, James S. 12, 64, 153 LUalker, Mary Kathy 55, 141, 159 lUatklns, Douglas N. 88 UJeah, Rufas D. 88 L1Jebb, Blalr J. 76, 96, 100 LlJelman, Robert S. 88, 159 UJelr, Cathy 104, 105 llJelssgorber, Llnda L. 88 lUelIs, Blanche 76 LUells, Robln 142, 134, 101 lllhlte, Joanne L. 76 lUhltman, Glen 135 UJhltman, Terrl 116 LUhltehouse, Thomas B. 55, 110 llJhlttlngton, Ted N. 44, 64, 1S9 l.Ulede, Patrlcla J. 47, 54, 141 UJllks, Elizabeth D. 88, 153 LUlngate, Robert C. 54, 113, 100 UJlnstrom, Susan 142 LUlntenburg, l.UIlllam G. 86, 88, 159 lUlnter, l.Uendy 130 lJJlnton, Susan L. 88 LUlsely, Eugene R. 76 LUood, Debra L. 130 LUaod, Debra M. 55, 64 LUooten, Dlane F. 55 LUong, Llnda 44, 49, 54, 132, 153 llJolfe, Pamela S. 64 l.Uoznlck, Deborah C. 88 l.Uyatte, l.Ullls D. 88 l.Uyette, Lols R. 88 -y- Voder, Terrl S. 15, 58, 64 Vongue, Helly N. 88 Younger, Janet L. 76, 143 VOUNGER, LRUJSON 43, 54, 95. 100 -Z- Zaffuto, Terry J. 76 Zeman, Mellssa 139 Zlegler, Carol-Lynn 54 Zlellnskl, Marlon E. 64, 67 Zlrena, Jose C. 76 al - Revelation 22:20 .if 14:5 front L, to R. 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