North Dakota School

Issue 12 and Volume 87.

North Dakota School A regional fire school was held at Carrington, N. D., the first school ever to be held in the state. It was sponsored by the Carrington Fire Department, and had the cooperation of the Fire Underwriters Inspection Bureau of St. Paul, represented by Sanford Heiberg. The principal instructor was Captain H. E. Jergenson of the Minneapolis Fire Department. About 150 men from thirty different departments attended the school.

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