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Page 200 text:
Class Shines Hotnooomin Queen
In October S-AA oversaw 1 iif Q I
class nominations for the
1987-88 Homecoming Court.
From the nominations, nine
young ladies were selected to
the court. Of the nine, three
were selected from the senior
class and two from each of the
From Mt. Carmel, IL comes
one of the freshman represen-
tatives, Krista Bare. The other
freshman representative is
Christel Morrison. Christel said
she feels lucky to have her
peers think of her in such a
Representing the sopho-
more class are Tracie Barnes
and Diane Speed. Tracie stat-
ed, "I was so happy when they
announced my name in cha-
pel, but when they called out
my sister's name tTammyJ -
that's what made my day.
We've always been very close
and being in the court will be
even more special because we
get to be in it together." Diane
Speed, from Steens, MS, is a
7987-88 Homecoming Oueen, Kristie Glass, poses against the backdrop of
Chicksaw State Park, Kristie is a finance major from Covington, TN. Photo by
196 Homecoming Court
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Freed-Hardeman College 1987-88 Homecoming Court. Photo by John Bentley.
Kristie Glass, Dawn White, and Leanne Heffington, senior nominees for Horne-
corning Queen, smile prettily for the camera at Chicksaw. Photo by John
Page 199 text:
David Holclfen and Chfietel Moffieen
Mafk Singleton and Levi Ann Dhillipe
Bfian Beck and Tammie Barnes
Valentine Couples 195
Page 201 text:
Tracie Barnes, from North Little Bock, AR, and Diane Speed, from Steens, MS, are the sophomore representatives for the
1987-88 Homecoming Court. Photo by John Bentley.
Chosen to represent the
junior class are Tammy
Barnes, an elementary educa-
tion major, and Suzanne Pear-
son. Suzanne said that being
chosen for the Court is one of
the highest college honors a
person could receive.
Majoring in office manage-
ment is Leanne Heftington,
one of the representatives for
the senior class. The other
senior representative is Dawn
White, a marketing major.
Chosen as 1987-88 Home-
coming Queen is Kristie Glass.
Kristie, who was surprised and
excited to be nominated, said,
"lt crossed every girl's mind at
one time or another about
what it would be like to be the
Homecoming Queen." Over-
all, Homecoming 1987-88 was
enjoyed by the whole student
body. F-HC is proud of its
he freshman representatives in the Homecoming Court are Christe! Morrison,
om Chattanooga. TN, and Krista Bare, from Mt. Carmel, lL. Photo by John
Tammy Barnes, from North Little Bock, AB, and Suzanne Pearson, from Amory,
MS, are the junior representatives for the Homecoming Court. Photo by John
Homecoming Court 197
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