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THE PUBLICATIOIT OF THE CHARLOTTE COLLEGE
VOLUIIE I I’LIIBER I
CHARLOTTE, K. C.
SEPTEMBER 19, 1949
Dll GARINGEK'S
MESSAGE
Charlotte and the people in
this area are v/atching with a great
deal of interest the growth of Charlotte
College. In the civic clubs and in
other organizations, the members
are almost unanimous in their praise
of the local Board of Education for
sponsoring this institution. You
students who are enjoying the opportuni
ty of helping initiate this new insti
tution can congratulate yourselves
for your unique position, V/ith the
enthusiasm and support that we have
from, the public, we should make this
a great year. Let's p\it our shoulder
to the wheel and make Charlotte
College the outstanding Junior college
of North Carolina I
Dr. E. H. Garinger
MISS CONE
WELCOMES STUDENTS
On this the opening of the first
year of the Charlotte College under the
direction of the City School Board of
Charlotte, we v/elcome all students, old
and nev:. For three years the Charlotte
College Center has been administered by
the Directorate of Extension of the Uni
versity of North Carolina. This our
first year us an independent college, v/e
plan to go forward with the help of the
faculty and student body. V.'e are indeed
proud of the students, the faculty, and
the achievements of our college up to
this point and hopeful for even greater
development for the future,
V.'e hope that your school year will
be successful and pleasant and that you
will come to love your college and as
sume your part in building its future,
Bonnie E. Cone
BD. OF ED. GREETS
CHARLOTTE COLLEGE
iVe are delighted to have all of the
new first-year students at the Charlotte
College for its first year of operation
under the Board of Education of the City
of Charlotte, Vfe welcome back for a se
cond year those who were enrolled last
year at the College Center. The Board of
Education is keenly interested in the
College and in all of its students. V*e
have hopes of building an important insti
tution here, one that will be an increas
ingly outstanding credit to Mecklenburg
County and this section, lie wish for
each one of you a pleasant, profitable
and successful year. For evcrj’one who
can, v/c hope that two years at Charlotte
College v/ill form the basis for comple
tion of your college career at some other
institution of higher Ifarning. If you
cannot go on, we believe that tv/o years
spent here can be of inestimable value
in making you a better citiarn, helping
you to enjoy more thingwi in th; years
ahead of you and giving you a sounder
fo\mdation for earning a livelihood.
The Board of Education extends its
best vfishes to you,
.T. "Murrey Atkins
STUDENT GOVT
WELCOME
On behalf of the Student Gov't., I
take great pleasure in extending a most
hearty v/el come to the nevi as well as the
old students hero at Charlotte College.
Your co-operation with the Student
Gov't in all activities that it under
takes during the school year v/ill be
very gratefully appreciated.
I sincerely wish everyone a most
happy and successful year.
Maurice YJ. Hooks, Pres.
OPENING EXERCISES
The opening exercises of Charlotte College v;ill be held on September 20, 1949
at 8 o'clock in the evening in the Central High School Auditoriion iiiss Bonnie E.
Cone has announced.
Presiding will be Dr, E. H. Garinger, The Reverend Herbert Spaugh will give
the invocation, and Richard Bov/ard will render the vocal selection, "The Lord Is My
Light," Greetings from the city of Charlotte v/ill be given by Mayor Victor Shaw,
Ifr. Hurrey Atkins will introduce the speaker J'Ir. Clyde Erwin, who is State Superin
tendent of Public Instruction, After I'.Ir. Envin's speech, the members of the Char
lotte College faculty will be introduced.
All students arc urged to attend
HELPt
Any student v/ishing to aid in the publi
cation of the college nev/spapor may turn
in his name on a slip of paper to the of
fice; he v;ill be contacted later.
THI_3_ IS YOUR PAPi^l
Suggestions for improvement of. the paper
v/ill be appreciated by the staff and may
be put in the "suggestion box" beside
the office door.
    

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