North Dakota State College of Science - Agawasie Yearbook (Wahpeton, ND)

 - Class of 1958

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Mildred B. Johnson Wahpeton C. IV. Baker Minot Elvira Jcstrab Williston Fred Orth Grand Forks r f 'P • V Martin G. Kruse Kindred Albert Haas New Rockford .) . S. Byrne Bowman A. E. Mead Bismarck State “ifyiy iez ScCucatcott The colleges and universities in our state are governed by the State Board of Higher Education. This board is made up of seven members appointed by the governor, and a commissioner elected by the board. Newly elected commissioner this year is Dr. A. E. Mead, formerly commissioner of education in South Dakota. Mr. Martin Kruse is president and Mr. M. S. Byrne is vice-president. The board of higher education makes the budget requests and reports for seven institutions under its control. It also has the power to organize or reorganize these institutions to specify or change their prescribed cur-riculums. The new dormitory which will be built at the Science school this summer was made possible in part by the recommendation of the state board. n

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tyieetiayA 'pram t e {fa enaon. John E. Davis Governor of North Dakota Greetings: With the ever increasing demand for people trained in trades and business and with the continued increase in the number seeking such knowledge, it is readily apparent the important part the North Dakota State School of Science plays in education. To satisfy this demand and to give knowledge to those seeking it, we must have an adequate physical plant with qualified personnel. It is the duty of the state to provide both. Also, we must have a student body intent to learn and a desire to master the course. These three elements operating at maximum efficiency will provide individuals well prepared to take their places in trades and business, stimulating their growth and insuring their continued success. Fortunate are the students who have teachers dedicated to the teaching profession who impart to them a thorough understanding of the subject they teach and whose primary objective is to prepare the students so they may be successful in their chosen fields. In Mr. James A. Horton, Director of the Trades Division, we have such an individual. It is fitting and proper that this yearbook be dedicated to him. He does not seek praise, his interest is in his students. Their success is his success. We in North Dakota are happy and proud to have had Mr. Horton with us these many years and hope he will remain many more. To the staff of Agawasie, the personnel and the students of the North Dakota State School of Science, my every good wish for success. JOHN E. DAVIS Governor of North Dakota 10



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Left to right: Wally iXordgaard, Jim Horton. Chief Haverty, I 'em Hektner, Cordon Patterson. Folks who cany the responsibility for this 1957-58 Yearbook have worked long and hard to make it one of the best. From what I have seen up to the time this is written, I am sure it will be an annual of which we can be mighty proud. My congratulations to its producers. Many of you will put this Yearbook away after you and yours have had an opportunity to look through its various sections and pages. Then some ten or twelve or fifteen years from now, you will happen upon it and you’ll sit down and go through it again, page after page. You will look at the pictures of your classmates. You will, probably, have kept in touch with a few of them, and you will know what they are doing and where they are located. You will wonder about others. Here is hoping that, through it all, you will have fond memories of your college year of 1957-58. It is our wish that, as you reflect back on that year at the State School of Science, you can say that it was a most pleasant and profitable experience. My personal good wishes to each one of you who are completing courses this year. Good luck in your ventures in the years ahead, and may God bless you. I hope there will be a warm place in your heart for SSS; and that you will lend your support to the expansion and improvements that we must make in the next decade. Many of you are completing your first year of work with good records. May I urge that you return next year to complete your work with us. We will be looking for you next September. Sincerely, 12 G. W. HAVERTY President

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