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S I DO FOR YOU young people who will follow me . . . young
and women whose faces I may never see and whose names
may never know.
I DO FOR YOU, not just to be remembered but for the joy
lelping you to grow and to learn so that you might realize
erful possibilities and potential.
S I DO FOR YOU because so many did so much for me that
can never repay, except by doing for others.
I DO FOR YOU because I believe that Christian higher
ucation is a wonderful gift which endures.
Christian higher education for a young person is a lasting
orever) gift that can't be taken away. It endures! You can help give
orever gift to young people at Chowan College. Just imagine what
ers your gift might work and keep on working.
Consider reaching for forever by making an endowed gift, a living
, through your will or your estate. You con make a lasting gift
1 will keep on giving forever and that’s a long, long time. It's
to do. You can begin right now and we ore anxious to help you.
ess opportunities are open to you at Chowan College.
Call me at (919) 398-4101 or write to me and I will personally
lore with you both opportunities and ways for you to reach out for
Bobby S. Cross
Director of Development
P. O. Drawer 37
Murfreesboro, N. C. 27855
wont to do my shore to aid future generations and to insure the con-
y of Christian higher education through Chowan College.
Id like to know more about:
( ) Forever gift opportunities
( ) A bequest through my will
( ) A living forever trust
( ) A special endowed fund
( ) A gift of life Insuronce
Type Indicators' Discussed by Dean
Wanda Jean Sowell and Larry D. Cooper, commuting students from Mur
freesboro, discuss their results of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator with Dean of
Students Clayton Lewis. The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is a forced-choice ques
tionnaire which helps people become more aware of the ways they prefer to
perceive or learn and make decisions. "This self-reporting instrument also points
out the strengths ond weaknesses of one's personality type, ” Dean Lewis sold.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator was given to all first-tlme students who enrolled
at Chowan this fall. Wanda Sowell and Larry Cooper are graduates of Mur
freesboro High School.
One of the most picturesque settings on campus during the fall months, is Parker
Hall and its reflection in Lake Vann. The tall pines and other trees, draped in fall
colors, add beauty to the peaceful scene.