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rig Br. 1 J ■ mm HACAWA STAFF FRANCES GLASS H. J. SHEALY A. M. HUFFMAN F. J. ELLER Editor-in-Chief Assistant Editor-in-Chief Art-Editor Business Manager
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and interesting manner. And withal, his teaching rested upon a basis of thorough personal conviction of truth and was saturated with a certitude beyond which his students never cared to inquire and with which he could in a signal way draw out, shape and build up character. As a College President, Dr. Yoder rendered Lenoir College and the Lutheran Church an immeasurable service. The period during which he served was one of peculiar severity and uncertainty. It was the period of beginnings in which mountain-like obstacles were many. Tact, a genial nature, sound judgement, far-sighted wisdom, strong faith, dignity and large executive ability constitute the equipment of this successful pioneer in educational work. A man of such a mould, at the head of an Institution, could not but make an impression on his work. Lenoir College stands as a monument to, and, in many ways, reveals this great educator. In her stand for positive Christianity, broad culture, accurate scholarship, co-education, and the development of Christian character, Lenoir College shows forth the dominant educational principles of her former beloved President. As a Member of the Board, his varied and successful experience, ripe scholarship, sound judgement, devoted heart, and active life made him an increasingly valuable member whose counsels were sought, whose advice was gladly received and place will not be easily filled. Many Ministers, School-teachers, Lawyers, and other professional men owe a large part of their success to the inspiration and interest for their work which was excited in them by Dr. Yoder. Hosts of men and women possess their spiritual heritage because he lived among them. These his intellectual and spiritual children, through whom he, though dead, yet liveth, will unite with the Hacawa in the recognition that his was a life well spent in the service of his fellow countrymen. M. L. Stirewalt.
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ar THE friends of the Hacawa we wish to sub- mit this, the fourth volume of our Annual. We are aware that many weaknesses will be found, but we trust we shall not be doubted when we say: " We have done what we could. " We have tried to represent different phases of college life. If in looking through these pages you will be drawn closer together in the spirit of love and comradeship for " Old Lenoir, " and the things for which she stands, we shall have accomplished our purpose. THE EDITOES
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