The Optimist (Abilene, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 2, Ed. 1, Tuesday, September 3, 1985 Page: 8 of 10
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; Steve Hare was selected at Highland
' Church of Christ's flrtt campus
; minister avid Dr. John Willis pro-
cessor of Bible.
p" Willis had been acting as campus
minister said Hare.
Bob Strader was appointed decon In
charge of the university class and he
pushed for a full time campus
ministers position said Hare.
Willis and Strader appeared before
the elders of Highland and suggested
that tiie position be made and filled
Highland offered the job to Hare
and he began' work on July 19 he said.
Hare worked for MHMR of Abilene
for seven years and for Woods
Psychiatric Institute for six years.
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Those You Love
Of the Abundant Life 4-part series
beginning this Wednesday with
DR. PAUL FAULKNER
Auditorium Hillcrest Church of Christ
d:v 7 p.m.
This weeks topic
P.S. Ask us about Body Builder fellowship
Mr. G' Burgers Wkomt you back
to JlbtloiM and would Uka to in-
troduce frodipuuEt and transfer
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Tim on the range
Allle Nelson 86 tosses hay to part of her herd of cattle In a pasture
on her ranch located near the west Texas community of Lohn.
Nelson bought the ranch just before retiring from teaching at age 69
(Photo courtesy of Abilene Reporter-News.)
hed for tills year's Welcome Week
The Fresh Start Committee was
developed by the Steering Commit-
tee $0 the freshmen would have so-
meone with special training to turn
to if they had a problem said
They cheered up those who were
homesick and they were friends to
everyone she said.
Inter-G groups for transfer
students were also new this year
The groups helped the transfer
students make friends and adjust to
ACU just like the freshmen Inter-G
groups did said Gamble.
Working with the freshmen is a
"special mission" said Cawthon.
"We're not here for ourselves but
for others" he said. "I canVhelp
but think that if they sec that at-
titude in us they will have that at-
titude themselves" Cawthon said.
'On Campus' to begin
The fall season of "On Campus" a'
cable television talk show produced by
ACU-TV with host Dr. Gary D. Mc-
Caleb will begin Tuesday at 7 p.m. on
cable Channel 8 according to a news
McCaleb vice president and dean of
campus life will serve as host for the
show which airs nightly at 7 p.m. "On
Campus" begins its third season this
The new season will air four special
programs during the week according
to a news release.
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Guests indudeormer Congressman
Onwr Burleson; Sim Barshop presi-
dent and ddef executive officer of La
Quinta Motor Inns Inc.; MUIe
Cooper author of "Aerobici for
Women;" and Dr. Alan McGinnis
author of "The Friendship Factor.
Nelson to direct A Cappella
By KATFIE HENRY
A Cappella chorus will begin the
1985-86 school year under a new direc-
tion - that of Dr. Charles Nelson
chairman of the vocal division.
Nelson assumed duties left vacant In
July by the resignation of Milton
Pullen director of the A Cappella for
In addition to directing the chorus
Nelson also will direct Chamber
Singers continue to teach voice and
coordinate all choral activities.
Before coming to ACU in 1984
Nelson directed choral groups in the
Texas Public Schools at David
Lipscomb College and at East Texas
State University where he earned the
title of "Distinguished Professpr" in
in Tennessee Nelson also
the Nashville Symphony
Caooella's new director
Nelson says his goal is for the chorus
to "make music as well as possible as
often as possible.
"There is nothing greater than mak-
ing music happen" said Nelson.
"When people make music magic
things happen and I want to be part of
A Cappella's first perfomance under
the new director will be the
Nelson's experience also includes
solo performances with orchestras in
cities induding Los Angeles Calif.;
Atlanta Ga.; New Orleans La; Dallas;
San Antonio;. Kansas City Ran; Des
Moines Iowa; Cedar Rapids Iowa;
Little Rock Ark; Alberquerque N.Mi-i.
and Portland Oregon. J)
During the previous school year
Nelson represented ACU in 26 perfor-
mances of major works in Texas New
Mexico Mississippi Idaho Austria
and Germany and gave 28 solo
recitals and eight choral dirties.
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