E E byrums home torn down

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of ^ asJiandmark~~is""disappearing" with wel-j^g dismantling of Thomas Jeffer- offers j Kemp Hall, on E. 3rd St., auto-j the building having been used f 1942 as a music hall and as a tem- Disappears From Scene An Anderson College campus to choose another suitable morial to Mr. Kemp with of the building. Moved about 200 feet east of Wilson Libfary in mid-1956, Hall for almost two years has fnmiclnv? fpmnrtrarv hnncin? fnr fK/» furnished temporary housing for ac-!porary housing facility for men i the overflow number of students. on the rapidly growing campus. President Robert H. Reardon Construction of the new graduate said the nearly 60-year old frame building, built by a pioneer Church of God leader, Enoch E. Byrum, is being removed as a part of the program of expansion during Anderson's "Decade of Development." Development." The IG-room building, purchase which was made possible School of Theology, immediately south of the frame structure, necessitated its dismantling. E. E. Byrum, men editor and publisher of "The Gospel Trumpet," Trumpet," official weekly magazine of the Church of God, and his broth- er, Noah H. Byrum, came to the to choose a site for 1942 through generosity ot mei^ of ^ Gospel Trumpet Co., If jlate T. J. Kemp of Flonaa, was publications fa.^ # ^ c hurch. jthe used principally to house vocal The plailt was i oca ted at that {Senate piano studios and practice | time ^ Mounds ville, W. Va., and rooms. ^ ^ ^ ^ . j w a s moved to Anderson in 1906. [faulty "'" '--1-~ « · -- - - Byrum Byrum was treasurer of |change them at With construction five years ago N the Charles E. Wilson Library, removal of the building was necessary necessary from its original site. E. E. the firm. The entire area, upon which! Church of God national agencies Byrum originally had ? built^ the am} ^^^ Col]ege facilities two residence one of the largest on nQW j ^ . farmlaad at On Monday, TTacfci/iA fryf nix fsrniiV Sit- - - - ·. i V £/diuiuc, j.u. iitaj.oij.iiij, ^ e time of the Byrum visit and file uating it on a kaoli oyerlooK-| was purchased by ^ Gospelithe debate S! ^rS e ±^/ U ^. m S!Trurn P et Company for its ing plant and subsequent location of general offices of the Church of God. tract of land from eastward to the Gospel Trumpet Companv land boundary and south j the ravine, was part of the In the ensuing 55 years gift from Mr. Kemp. dous growth strides, within the Dr.'Reardon said consideration!church, the publishing plant being given bv the College ex-[Anderson College, have taken lecutive committee, under direc-|place until today each of the tions from the board of trustees, jstitutions enjoy widespread -- i tations in their particular spheres

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  1. Anderson Herald,
  2. 06 May 1962, Sun,
  3. Page 9

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  • E E byrums home torn down

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