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Page 8 text:
Eddie Fisher, Administrative Officer
Acting in the official capacities of Ad'min-
istrative Officer and Haskell Alumni Asso-
ciation President, l want to congratulate
you on your graduation achievement. l
have worked side by side with many of you
and know firsthand that you possess the
qualities that are require-d to succeed in
Recently a friend' and l were enumerating
the fields in which Haskell graduates have
excelled an-d we were amazed at the size
of our listing. You, too, can excel because
others before you have demonstrated
beyond a shadow of a doubt that it can be
Wallace E. Galluzzi, Principal
lt is certainly a pleasure for me to congrat-
ulate the Senior Class of 1968 on its success
as a class at Haskell Institute. You are surely
destined to take your place among the
other great classes that have gone on be-
fore you. We feel confi-dent that you will
uphold the Haskell tradition of excellence
and that your presence will be felt in society
by your productivity and good citizenship.
We have appreciated the opportunity of
knowing you all and the thrills and happi-
ness you have given to us by your activities
and success at Haskell. May God' bless all
of you and may your lives be happy and
Page 7 text:
The Reception for the New Hasklell Staff
On the beautiful, cool evening' of September 19,
l967, a reception was held at 8:00 p.m. in Sacaiawea
Hall to honor the new staff members. All the staff and
faculty, including their husbands and wives, were invited
to greet and welcome the new staff members.
Mr. Sidney Carney, a l939 graduate of Haskell, who
serves as the new Director of Anadarko, Oklahoma,
Office was the honored guest for the evening.
A retired staff member, Mrs. Margaret Sanders, who
had been a member of the BIA for 30 years, received a
Certificate of Meritorious Service and a cash award for
superior performance. Superintendent Thomas Tommaney
presented these awards. s
rTo conclude the delightful evening, punch and
cookies were served by Miss Mae Flanigan and Mrs. .lack
Mauterer, from a table which was beautifully decorated
with autumn colors. Administration, Personnel and De-
partment Heads, who were host and hostesses for the
event, 'assisted with the serving.
As the reception came to a close, all the staff
members were more confident that working to prepare-the
students for the years ahead would be much easier be-
cause of cordial staff relations. i
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'MR. EVERETTE E. BOWMAN has been at Haskell lnsti-
tute since 1961. He served three years as Head of
the Academic Department and three years as Director
of Guidance. He attended Drake University where
he obtained his Ba-chelor's Degree, his Master's De-
gree was obtained at Chadron Teachers College.
MR. BILL M. ELZEA is the Head of the Printing Depart-
ment. He has held this position for 11 years. When
he first came to Haskell in 1952, he was employed
as a letterpress and linotype instructor. Mr. Elzea at-
tended the University of Wyoming and the University
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gree at the University of Nebraska and her Master
of Science Degree at the University of Kansas, She
has done other graduate work at the University of
Southern California. Mrs. Gray has held the position
of Department Head for 16 years. Before coming to
Haskell she was Head of the Home Economics De-
partment at the Riverside Indian School, Anadarko,
MISS SELMA HOFFMANN received her B.S. Degree in
Secondary Education at the University of Nebraska
and her Master of Science in Education Degree at
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Institute, she served as Department Head at Chema-
wa lndian School in Chemawa, Oregon. She has
been at Haskell for 26 years and has held the posi-
tion as Department Head for the past five years.
A MR. FRED HOOD is Supervisory Maintenance Engineer
for the Plant Management Department. Mr. Hood
has taken various courses in Business Administration
and Civil Engineering since 1920. He has been at
Haskell for four years and has held his present posi-
tion for that length of time. I
MR. BOYTI' IMPSON received his B.S. degree in second-
ary Education at Southeastern State in Durant, Okla-
homa, and his M.S. degree at East Texas State Uni-
versity in Commerce, Texas. During the 1955-56
A school term, he taught business at Hanna, Wyoming.
He has been at Haskell Institute for 10 years and
has held the position as Department Head for one
MR. JACK C. NAYLOR received his B.S. degree in Sec-
ondary Education from Northeastern State College,
Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Before coming to Haskell,
Mr. Naylor was an aircraft and engine instructor at
F Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. He has been at Has-
kell for the past three years. He was a drafting in-
-l.' structor in 1964 and he taught vocational subiects the
fpllowing year. Mr. Naylor is presently the Voca-
tional Department Head.
DR. ROBERT S. YOUNG became Unit Service Director at
Haskell Institute in July of 1967. Dr. Young received
his Bachelor of Arts Degree at Johns Hopkins Univer-
sity, and his Medical Doctors Degree at' Johns Hop-
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kins School of Medicine. Dr. Young did his internship
at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital and had
additional surgical training at the Johns Hopkins
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