Freed Hardeman University - Treasure Chest Yearbook (Henderson, TN)

 - Class of 1988

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reachers' Club - Row 1: Jeff ingram, Douglas Wilson, Everett Huffard, Ernest Ozemelah, Lawrence Akpany Bow 2: am Hester, Brad Blake, Phillip Brooks, Walter Warren, Wintord Claiborne, Kenneth Chadwell, Dowell Flatt: Bow 3: iliy Smith, Barthelemy Charles, Barry Fortner, Jay Thorneli, Tim Boland, Tom Wacaster, Pete Baker, James Lromas: Bow 4: Stacey Burgess, Porter Young, Randy Neal, Mark Spencer, Victor Spencer, Shawn Mathis, Bobby armon, Jeff Golson, Frank Smith, David Stofel: Bow 5: Gordon Hogan, Greg Pollack, Moses Donkor, Wil Perkins, 'ike Simons, Pandall Atkins, Tim Carroll: Row 6: Solomon Aguh, Lee Davis, James Lochman, Steve Johnson, wayne Kennedy, Philip Smith, Thomas Snowy Bow 7: Ken Hensley, David i-lamrick, John Alexander, Terry Bikard. hoto by Holland Studios. eachers' Wives Club - Row if Vicki Wilson, Carol Ann Chadwell, Sandy Lochman, Elsie Huttard: Bow 2: Alice otel, Pauli Posey, Barbara Johnson, Delia Flatt. Photo by Della Flatt. Preachers' Club The Preachers' Club meets every other week with the purpose of helping its members receive practice in public speaking. Members also have a forum with the sponsors at the end of each semester. Other activities in- clude serving at the benefit dinner and organizing the weekend devotionals. Phillip Brooks states, "The experience I have gained is in- valuable. lt's not just for preachers, but for anyone who plans to be of service to the church." Leading the club as presi- dent has been Jeff Ingram. David Baker was vice-presi- dent, and Doug Wilson was secretaryltreasurer. Dowell Flatt, Earl Edwards, Billy Smith, and Evertt Huffard serve as sponsors. Preachers' Wives The Preachers' Wives Club strives to help its mem- bers train for their life as the wife of a preacher or the wife ofa church leader. By meeting bi-weekly, members were able to learn more about the Bible and share ideas. A bake sale was held in the spring to raise money tor the club. The officers for this year were Carol Ann Chadwell, presidentg Tammie Baker, vice-president, Loyce Augus- tini, secretaryltreasurer, and Vicki Wilson, devotional chairman. Organizations 171

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Totalite TotaLife is a religious orga- nization for the women on campus. The purpose is to help Christian women develop a "total life" through fellow- ship and encouragement from other Christians. The pro- grams presented help each member use the talents that God gave her to the best of her ability. This year there have been several outstanding guest speakers. Members also made crafts for people in nursing homes. Officers for the year includ- ed Mitzi Fields, presidentg Leanne Heffington, vice-presi- dent, Teri Hale and Bobbi Pennington, secretaries: and Julie Gann, treasurer. Evangelism Forum The Evangelism Forum works to make F-HC students aware of the opportunities and the work that is now going on in the mission field. The group meets every month to learn about and discuss what is happening in the mission field. This year the group supported Henry l-lufford, a missionary in Nigeria, and also provided money to mark the grave of C. A. D. Essene, a pioneer in Ni- gerian mission work. One of the highlights each year is attending the World Mission Workshop. This year it was held at David Lipscomb College and F-HC had the largest representation ot stu- dents and faculty in attendance. l 170 Organizations rr ss. Totalife - Row 7: Karen Lingren, Mitzi Fields, Teri Hale, Julie Ganng Row 2: Jessica Garrett, Amy Clifford, Kay Kay Kennedy, Karen White, Shelly Latham, Kim Lingren, Jana Bentley: Row 3: Diane Speed, Shirley Eldridge, Jonna Brewer, Holly Rachels, Kayla Rickett, Carmen Huddleston, Gwendolyn Jennen, Kim Langford' Row 4: Melissa Morgan, Mary Cline, Jo Richey, Tam Story, Suzanne Pearson, Janet Howell, Gail Latham, Karen Sparks: Row 5: Jan Dougan, Tabitha Pigman, Rebecca Nash, Linda Record, Laura Heffington, Luci Woodard, Kelly Johns: Row 6: Melissa Goff Annette Clark, Melinda Scudder, Mary Davenport, Beth Pickard, Karen Coleman, Kelye Olsen, Bobbi Pennington. Photo by Holland Studios. 'F-at :il l T ,,. I . 4- 'L . -.. Evangelism Forum - Row 1: Tammy Shadwick, Randy Neal, Kenneth Chadwell, Kim Langfordg Row 2: Steven Collins, Dowell Flatt, Evertt Huffard, Trudy Anderson, Janet Howell, Lisa Springer, Tamy Grogan, Carmen Huddleston, Gordon Hogan, Ernest Ozemelahy Row 3: Wil Perkins, Shawn Mathis, Douglas Wilson, Philip Smith, Sa Hester, Victor Spencer, Kelly Cain, Cindy Willis. Mark Spencer, Keven Smith: Row 4: Annette Clark, Tim Roland. James Thomas, Pete Baker: Row 5: Brad Blake, Tom Wacaster, Angela Oden, Linda Record, Barry Fortner, Moses Donkor, Greg Pollock, Walter Warren. Photo by Holland Studios.



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College Republicans lt's that time of year when politicians stand on the soap boxes and call out to all who will hear. As the 1988 presi- dential election draws near, the College Republicans work to make a difference. The College Republicans or- ganization is a group designed to enhance the political knowl- edge of college students and make them politically active. lt gives college students encour- agement to exercise constitu- tional rights in elections. The CRs, as they are com- monly called, attended the state convention and special dinner to hear such people as George Bush and Robert Dole. The F-HC College Republi- cans emphasize the Chris- tian's responsibility to put the candidate ill office who will most likely provide leadership that upholds Christian morals. DAC Club The Dactylology Club strives to teach members sign language so that they might carry the gospel to those who cannot hear. Members have a chance to practice their skills by interpreting chapel programs. Each year the club holds a penny drive to collect money for the Birmingham School for the Deaf. This is the only school that trains preachers for ministry to the deaf. This year the drive raised over 3300. Jamie Bilbruck serves as president. Jackie Makool is vice-president. Angie Cook is secretary and Mylie McKis- sack is treasurer. Sherry Jen- nette sponsors the club. 172 Organizations ? Colle e Republicans Row 1: Laura Parish, Jonna Pickle, Amy Watrous, Joyce Montague, Kristi Barker, Jonna g - Brewer, Melissa Morganf Row 2: Darrell Sharp, Greg Mullinicks, Steve Davis, David Oliver, Jeff Johnson, Jason Faulkner, Todd Clippard, John Estesg Row 3: Reeder Oldham, Jeff Hughey, Craig Carroll, Steve Sentell, Chris Anschultz, Todd Lee, Tim Jones, Brian Whitfield, Scott Burleson. Photo by Holland Studios. DAC Club - Row 1: Jamie Bilbruck, Jackie Makool, Angie Cook, Tim James, Row 2: Joseph Stanley, Kerry Hasty, Karen Bradford, Dana Merrick, Steven Collins, Row 3: Greg Pollack, Rhonda Caddy, Jenny Pilkington, Karla Cochran, David Hale. Photo by John Bentley. A deaf preacher demonstrates a sermon in sign language during chapel. Sam Hester translated the signs to words.

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