Oslo Posten. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, October 21, 1910 Page: 2 of 6
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18 THE TTMK AT HAND POR JUST
RMDOGKITH)N OP IXDUH-
CONFINE BRANCH TO ONE COL-
(Taken fron the Spokesman Review,
To the Editor oKThe TwIce-a-Week
Youra of the 25th nit. received in
which yon aak me aix queationa that
I am vejr IN to anawer. I will an-
swer them m follows-
Pirat—Doea It require a training
or the country in a straight and Juat
way. We are. however, moving rap-
idly toward the moment when the
study or agriculture will rule In
Plfth—Shall Induatrlal education
rank with professional education.
In this question there la a doubt
in my mind whether It la a practi-
cal queatlon at the preaent time In a
country where equality la preached
like in the United Sta tea. Aa a mat-
ter of fact, we all will admit that la
other profeaeloaal atudlea more theo-
retical knowledge la required; more
knowledge of historical facta are re-
quired. while we may think and he-
lleve in equality, and while we may
agitate that Induatrlal education ahall
rank with profeaalonal education. I
helleve the people, largely, will raise
practical llnea I personally aat
agricultural education much higher
than other profeaalonal education, but
inasmuch as you always And the
moat trained mind among men of the
old professional stamp, we can not
help ailently in our mlnda. to tip our
hate to the higher trained mind
Sixth—la the time at hand to
make an uncompromising campaign
for the just recognition of Industrial
education, of which agricultural ed-
ucation ia the larger part?
I believe the time Is ripe tor
uncompromising campalga for the
Juat recognition of Industrial educa-
tion. of which agricultural education
is the larger part aa long aa we
fully recognise the professional edu-
cation for what It Is; what It
to mankind, and to the fact that It
ia r«elly to thia claaa of people that
we owe our higher etaadard of life.
ANDERS L. MORDT.
aa complete, thorough and exacting' an objection. Not publlcy. Not la
to become an expert horticulturist aa; worda. but silently, acknowledging
to become an eapert 4>hyalclan? I the medical, juridical and others pro-
While I do not think that the study fesaional educations as the leaders
of horticulture la aa complicated aad. «long all but prntlcal llnea. Among
Intricnte as the medical atady. 1 he-
lleve It requlree a careful and
thorough atudy of all questions relat-
ing to horticulture to make an ex-
Second—Shall argicultural educa-
tion be confined to one of the col-
leges in the university?
I believe that the argicultural ed-
ucation ahould be confined to one of
the colleges in the unlveralty. It ia
Impoaalble to mix It up. as a thorough
argicultural education requires ss
much and as careful a atudy aa any
education, none excepted, and to
make a success of anything at the
present time one must spply his ut-
most efforts. However. I would not
be In favor of connecting any agri-
cultural education with the ordin-
ary college unlesa condition a were
audi that both a practical and a
theoretical education along this line
could be had st the university.
Third—Does agricultural educa-
tion demand a unlveralty of Itself
with colleges of horticulture, animal
husbandry snd so on?
Vsufally to obtain an srglcultural
education that la worth while one
must go outtlde the larger cltlee. as
they can not furniah ample grounde
tor the atudenta on which they can
try their experlmenta out In a practi-
cal way. I believe the most ideal ar-
rangementa would be argicultural
collegee or univeraltlea separate
from the regular university.
and each little branch of arglcalture
ought to be treated and studied aa
thoroughly as the varloua branches
of other professlona.
Pourth—Aa agriculture la the
greateet of the Induatrlee, founded
on the greatest of the resources of
the nstlon. shsll It not lead in all In-
While I am s Iswyer myself T will
willingly sdmlt thst srgiculture Is
the greatest of sll professions, snd
that It ought to lead in all profeaalonal
education, snd until we hsve elevated
the «tudy of agriculture, raising it to
or above other educational llnea. we
wilt not be able to develop ouraelvea
Mange Brevakrivere er avssrt eng-
stelig tor ikke at faa med de Titler,
som rettelig tilkommer den. de
skriver til. Et smukt Uttryk har
denne agtvierdlge Følelse git s*g
et Brev. som I dlaae Dage akal va
ankommet til en Ilden avenak By
Adreeeen lød allk:
Hana Ekaellence. Rlkamarakalk,
fhv. 8trataraad. Kommandør of Rid-
der Fredrik von Basens
Livkuak Hana Larsson.
Kall ses. Vmstergotlsnd.
En tolvssrsgammel Out er Invitert
til Middag hos sin Onkel, og han
spiser saa koloæalt. at hana Tante
linder Grund til en liten Bemerk-
— Det ser ut. som om du kan eplas
temmelig meget. Karl.
— Ja. Tante, avarte den lille
Storeter Jeg har øvet mig paa det
hele mit Liv.
Subscribe for the Oslo Posten. 50
cents per year.
A Clean Drag
much la drug parchaasrs.
' for carefulness. Where there's earefulaeas there's
high quality aad that la what yon should hava la
8lovenly methods are not tolerated here. Oar working
; system la each that oar stare aad atoek la kept la psrflm* or-
der. Everything you buy here will look fraah aaJ befrsafc
the price will he aa low aa when lees care la takea.
WANSHt & HAMILTON
Til Vore Norske Vernier i Oslo
Dh gleder os at have aatedatag igjeaaem Oslo Parte* at
faa takke Eder for dea vealfghed 1 har hevfat oa 1 den tor-
løbne tid. VI kna forsikre Eder at vi setter pris paa Idar
baade aom venner og kaader og k«a i vøre foivlaaet om at vi
altld akal vore rade «il at gjøre Eder de TJenceter vi kan.
VI kra anbefale vort rlgholdlge lager af alle slaga Klm-
desvarer Overalls. Skjorter. Beaklmder. Strømper, sko og
Tøtvarer. Ugeledea vort eton ruldstøndlge Udvalg af Colo-
nlalvarer. VI har ogsaa et godt advalg af Jernvarer og Farm-
Vore priser er meget rlmellpe.og vi vil garantere at I akal
faa rea! og anrllg tahaadlieg og akal vi viss Eder al deé Imø-
dek ommen bed vi kna. Kom lad Ul os og sa hvad vi har at
1 haab om at faa aa Eder 1 dea amr meste fremtid, tag-
GoodweH, . Oklahoma
Anden L. Mordt
Land Co., Guymon,
Oklahoma, (or infor-
mation about Oslo.
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Mordt, Anders L. Oslo Posten. (Guymon, Okla.), Vol. 1, No. 9, Ed. 1 Friday, October 21, 1910, newspaper, October 21, 1910; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth636078/m1/2/: accessed May 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting UT San Antonio Libraries Special Collections.