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This building has been the center of all college activities since its construction in 1907. It contains forty-four dormitory rooms, a chapel, library, class-rooms, a music studio, parlors, and executive offices. In the basement of the building arc the dining room, kitchen, and storage rooms. During the past year, improvements have been made in the building including new flooring and re-wiring.
Fond memories of this dear old building will always remain in our hearts.
Page 8 text:
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At the fool of the mount jins Is our college—proud she stands—
Sel l ing all who want her service. Blessing all with outstretched hands. Alma Mater! Alma Mater!
We sing our love to thee.
We pledge our hearts in deep devotion. Our love, our faith, eternally.
In our hearts we enthrone thee:
Take our homage—death denied— Brings no sacrificial service.
But for thee all love had died.
Alma Mater! Alma Mater!
We sing our love to thee.
We pray that we. in deep affection.
May work, may serve, eternally.
Page 10 text:
VL 1940 tlullL
Rev. J. R. Cantrell
A.B., U"aAe Foresl College President
Our President, Rev. F. R. Cantrell, is the first alumnus to return as president. He finished Boiling Springs College in 1919. After receiving his A.B. from Wake Forest College, he attended short sessions at the Southern Baptist Seminary.
His first pastorate was the First Baptist Church of Hillsboro. He was then with the General Board as an Evangelist for three and one-half years. He was pastor of the First Baptist Church of Newton for seven years, then Calvary Baptist Church in Morganton for about one and one-half years.
Mr Cantrell came to us at Boiling Springs in 1939, and has given this college one of its most successful years.
There are certain ideals that have, as you know, always characterized this institution, and may it be highly resolved by one and all ol us that these ideals and traditions shall not be lost, nor lowered, but shall be exalted anil perpetuated, thereby giving the old School more prestige and power. The foundation has been laid; the interest of our people has been enlisted; several years of successful work have been completed; an undying spirit has been generated. With this heritage we stand on the threshold of greater development for this institution, a vision for the future new buildings, larger student body, sounder finances, higher standards, and a richer curriculum.
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