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THE PUBLICATION OF THI CHARLOTTE COLLEGE
VOLUI';?: r 1^.1'.J3ER II CHARLOTTF, N.C. ,, vIOVSL!BSR..22, I9h9
Xcsiah ~ Larotl merit
Th0 si^e of the teacher is a very
important factor in public classrooms,
or so think^; Paul Kesiah, who is no'v
elementary science teacher at Harding
High School. Paul, who a ttendod CC~
UNO for three quarters before goinj ->n
to Chapel H ill for his B. S. degree
a nd who ha ppens t* be a pretty big
man, is inclined to think perhaps any
potential ruffians in his eighth-grade
classes find his size a bit of a sur
prise in comparison with the five-foot
three female teacher which they probab
ly have had in the past. So a r, P^aul
says,..he hasn't had any occanion to
throve his considerable weight around,
but it's an asset nevertheless.
Kesiah's should be a familiar face
to Charlotte College students who were
around last ycfv, for he wus on the fa
culty of Central High School for the
last half of the year as a replacement
for another toachcr who had to drop out.
This year he wont back to Kurding vfherc
he had done his practice teaching be
fore coming to Central.
Paul(s kind words aoout CCUNC were
nice to hear and his appreciation of
several of our faculty was a tribute to
some of the tnachers he had while he
was studying here. He .found that the
changing of schools frcm CCUNC to Chapel
Hill was not at "all difficult, but sta
ted that, of course, a change of that
kind rests pretty well On the individ
A chance for a fell^mship of scho
larship next year is the thing that
Paul is looking forv/ard present.
He hopes to do graduate -^rork in the
field of education, for his primary in
terest is in administrative and guid
ance work in the schools.
The obvious interest that Kesiah
shows in learning mr.kes it very clear
th&t his field is v/ell picked, and,
of course, we at Charlotlie College v/ish
him a great deal of succass personally
and as one of our first alumni..
There will bo a Thanksgiving
combination square djnce and
open house in the yyirinasium on
November 23 from nine until
twelve. This function is for
the students; and ths support
of the student body ts requested.
In this first qaarter that the
Charlotte College is on its- own, the
total enrollment has rcachcd o50.
This figure is a s ource of great joy
to t'.ie v/hole community, especially
when it is noted t hat 270 of the total
arc regular college ..s-tudents,'and 80
are ijt.king the spcciS-1 non-college cre
'.'ho tv;o sections of the C.P. C.U*
insurance discussionr'group which meet
every lionday and: Thursdaj’’ have an cn—
rollirr.rit of 25. The L. U. T. C. group
v/hich moets ev.ry V/ednesday from 3:30
until 6 o'clock has 20 members.
The'o are nineteen in the Driver(s^
Educatio'i .nd Training class which meetS'
three ho'ars per week.
The sewing class meets cv ry Wed
nesday r»ight from 7 until 9. There ure
ten mem)crs of this class ’.vho noct in
the s-t.:vjlng room of 2f iCentral High School.
of the most unusual and bene
ficial classes offered by the College
is the class in interior decoration
which jieets from 7 until 9 on Thursday.
Thb ■’Jtn members of this group will hear
such outstanding speakers aev-Dr. Her
bert 'lechcnbleikner on Landscaping and
Garde IS; Ivirs. Elizabeth Mack on Color
in the Home; Ii'Ir. Roy Palmer on V;all
Finishes- and Lighting; i*Irs, Jack Red
mond, on V;indov/ Treatments .and Dc'cora-
tivc- Fabrics in the Home; Mr. L. LI.
Oglacian on Hugp and Floor Coverings;
i.^rs, H . L. Parker.on PI ov;cr;jlr range-
ments; Mr. Leon Gutman on China and Ob-*
jects cf Art in the Home; Miss Char
lotte Mobley on The Modernized Kitchen
end Electrical Appliances; !.'Ir. William
E uss on Refinishing Furniture; and Mr.
Joseph S. Hutchinson on Pictures in tho
Vfcll, students, the elections are
over. Most of the contests were mighty
close, but the student body has selec
ted a mighty fine group of fellow class
mates to lead us for the next year.
Student Council officers are;
Jim Kilgo, President; Deane Richardson,
vice-president; Barbara H owell, secre
tary; and lewis Camp,.treasurer.-
Sophomore class officers:
Ray Kisiah, president; Paul Putnam, vice
president; Edith Blackwelder, secretary;
and Wayne Hooks, treasurer.
Presliman class officers:
Bill Prim, president; T ommy Peterson,
vice-president; Jimmy James, secretary;
and ^arry/Curtis, treasurer.