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Page 16 text:
1st Row: Mrs. Curtis, Mr. Rogers 2nd row: Mr. Gulley, Mr. Ramsey, Mr. Baker
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lst row: Dortha Nelson,
Louise Carson, Edna Coles.
2nd row: Erma Bailey, Nell
Bishop, Alma Lay, Patricia
Jones. 3rd row: LaVerne
Cassidy, Linda Thompson,
Mable Idol, Betty Saddler,
Opal Thomas. Not pictured:
Zelma Ross, Frances Rob-
erson, Betty Hilderbrant.
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Mrs. Bury, Mrs. Bowman, Mrs. Tubb
Office Aids are stu-
dents who help in
the school's main
office. This is con-
sidered a school
service and students
receive credit for
this function. Duties
include a variety of
things such as run-
ning errands, clerical
help, and distri-
bution of daily bulle-
Top row Cleft to rightjz Andrea Perkins, Lynn Wells, Jean Ann Watson, Robin
Renegar, Cathy Hunt, Carla Davis. Second row: Vickye Morris, Cindy Carpenter,
Lynn Jacobsen, Vicky Green, Debbie Lee. Bottom row: Julie Shade, Debbie Petty,
Cecily Sowers, Lisa Baldwin.
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Page 17 text:
FA VOR! T E T EA CHER
The Caldwell family - Nancy, Buddy, Clare, Bill and Marion
Outstanding work with the Student Council coupled with being an
excellent teacher made Mrs. Clare Caldwell a perfect choice
for teacher of the year. Under her guidance the Student Council
had one of its most successful years. In addition to her regular
teaching duties she always found time for the many meetings,
before and after school, that were necessary when sponsoring
She started the school newspaper, the NIMITZ SPLINTER, and
sponsored it until she became Student Council sponsor. She also
sponsored a "Creative Writing Club", and she always attends
the Nimitz's football and basketball games.
Her varied interests, outstanding teaching ability, and excellent
rapport with the students have made her a favorite among the
entire student body.
Mrs. Caldwell's talent for getting along with teen-agers may
stem from the fact that she has had experience with her two
daughters in college and a son at Nimitz. Her favorite pas-
times are reading and playing bridge.
Nimitz is indeed fortunate to have such a capable person work-
ing with leaders of tomorrow.
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