Nimitz Junior High School - Mast Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)
- Class of 1971
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CARLOS O. CLAYTCN
Nimitz is fortunate in having a man of Mr.
Carlos Clayton's experience and character as
principal. His enthusiasm, advice, and consid-
eration keep Nimitz running smoothly and in-
creases his popularity with both students and
Because this dedicated principal willingly and
wisely gives of his time, wisdom, and every-
day guidance, Nimitz is recognized for its fine
students and high standards of achievement.
This is Mr. Clayton's third year at Nimitz. He
also served Cleveland Junior High for three
years as principal, and was assistant principal
at Madison Junior High for six years. At Ham-
ilton Junior High, he was the 7th and Sth grade
counselor and social studies teacher. He was a
Mr. Clayton gives instructions to student office assistant,
Mr. Clayton hosts the P.T.A. executive com-
physical education teacher and football coach
at Webster High and Bell Junior High. He re-
ceived a B.S. from Northeastern State College
and a M.S. from Oklahoma State University.
He is doing additional graduate work at the
University of Tulsa.
Mr. Clayton is an avid golfer and enjoys sports
of all kinds.
Mr. Robert QBobJ Averill has been the
assistant principal for the last three
years. He was a teacher and counselor
at Cleveland Junior High, and he was
assistant principal at Wilson Junior
High. He holds degrees from Northeast-
ern State College and Tulsa University.
His graduate work is in the fields of
speech therapy, cotmseling, and admin-
istration. Among Mr. Averil1's hobbies
are playing bridge and traveling. He
sponsors the K-Club, a school service
organization at Nimitz.
On Hobo Day, Arlie Petty-
pool, Bob Averill
DEANS AND COUNSELGRS
Office staff and Deans with Christmas poinsettia
Mrs. Arlie Pettypool is the girl's
counselor and the ninth grade counse-
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High, and she has been at Nimitz for
three years. Mrs. Pettypool has a B.A. ' A
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counseling. She enjoys her hobbies of .
crocheting and playing bridge.
Bob and Susie confer
Mr. Bill Donica is the eighth grade
counselor at Nimitz. He has been at
Nimitz since the school opened. He
taught at Broken Arrow Junior High
School after receiving his B.S. in Ed-
ucation at Southeastern in Durant and ,sm
his Masters in Education at Northeast- ""-'
ern State College. His majors are Bi-
ology, Guidance and Counseling. He
enjoys reading, woodwork, electronics,
Mrs. Lola White is the seventh grade
counselor. She has been at Nimitz for
9 years. She has taught typing, short-
hand, and bookkeeping at Sapulpa High
and has taught typing at Clinton Junior
High in Tulsa. She's earned her BS ,
and MS and has taught Business Ed.
An active church member, Mrs. White
is interested in ceramics. Her outside
activities include NEA, OEA, TPGA,
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MRS. REBA TUBB attends to all of Mr.
C1ayton's correspondence and answers the
phone calls at Nimitz. She figures the
teachers' payroll and takes care of the
teachers' insurance. She requisitions all
supplies and textbooks, and she also puts
out the school's daily bulletin.
Mrs. Bury and Mrs. Tubb greet
visitors on Hobo Day.
MRS. VERDA BURY is the registrar for Nimitz
and keeps a record of all entries and transfers
and withdrawals of students. She also is the sec-
retary of the Nimitz Board of Control and so she
is responsible for all deposits and withdrawals of
school money. The book store is under her juris-
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MRS. FREDA BOWMAN is the attendance clerk here at
Nimitz. She keeps a record of all absences and tardies,
and she makes a nine weeks report four times a year.
It is at her desk that students check in when they are
told to report to the office. She also types on the copy
for the yearbook.
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MRS. HENRIETTA IHENRD WARREN
is an experienced artist as well as
Nimitz's art teacher. She has worked
in fashion illustration, childrens' book
illustration, advertising, display and
toy design and has had paintings on ex-
hibit at Philbrook Art Center, Tulsa
libraries, Verdigis Valley Art Show,
and Muskogee Reginal Show. Recently
she painted the murals in the new pedi-
atrics ward of St. Francis Hospital.
After receiving a B.A. degree from
Tulsa University, she attended the
American Academy of Art in Chicago.
This is her ninth year at Nimitz. Pre-
viously she taught in Kansas and at
Eliot and Lanier Elementary Schools.
MRS. BLANCHE COINER has been
teaching homemaking at Nimitz for
eleven years. She also taught at Edison
and Cleveland Junior High Schools. She
holds a B.S. degree in home economics
from Oklahoma State University. Her
hobbies are playing the organ, doing
crafts, and sewing. She is active in
several organ playing and home eco-
MISS CAROLYN TROTTER teaches
typing and she is new to Nimitz this
year. She graduated from Oklahoma
State University with a B.S. degree in
business education, Among her inter-
ests is her participation in the National
Business Education Association, and
she enjoys water skiing and playing
MISS SUSANNA MOSLEY, a speech and
English teacher, is new to Nimitz this
year. Previously she taught in Arkan-
sas. When she graduated from the Uni-
versity of Arkansas, she received a
B.S. degree in Education. She has done
graduate work at the University of
TulsarAmong her activities is a crea-
tive workshop sponsored by the Pres-
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MR. THEOPOLIS QTHEOT WILLIAMS is
in his fifth year as boys' physical edu-
cation teacher at Nimitz. He holds a
B.S. degree from Langston University
and is now working toward a Masters
degree at Northeastern State College.
He was chosen Nimitz Teacher of the
Year for the school year 1967-68. One
of his activities centers around the Okla-
homa Coaches and Officials Associa-
tion, and he enjoys participating in
MR. JAN BARTLETT has been teach-
ing physical education at Nimitz for
three years. He graduated from Cen-
tral State College and holds a B.S. de-
gree and a Masters degree in Educa-
tion. He taught at Gilcrease Junior High
before coming to Nimitz. Among his
activities he includes the Oklahoma
Coaches Association, and he enjoys
hunting and fishing.
MISS PAT CUTTER has taught girls'
physical education at Nimitz for seven
years. She earned a B.S. from Okla-
homa College of Liberal Arts, and she
is working on her Masters degree at
Northeastern State College. Her hob-
bies are ceramics, photography, fish-
ing, and painting. Miss Cutter was se-
lected Nimitz Teacher of the Year in
the 1966-67 school year.
MISS CHARLOTTE RQWE taught at
Anderson Junior High before begirming
this year as physical education teacher
at Nimitz. She received a B.S. degree
in Education from Langston Univer-
sity with a major in physical educa-
tion. She also has received a Master
of Teaching Arts degree and is now
doing graduate work at Tulsa Univer-
sity. Her activities include the YWCA
and her favorite hobbies are arts and
crafts, and bowling.
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MRS. RHETTA ROBINSON is in her
fourth year of teaching ninth grade
English at Nimitz, and she has also
taught at Carnegie and Cherokee Ele-
mentary Schools. Her B.S. in education
and English was earned at Northeastern
State College. She is now doing gradu-
ate work at Tulsa University. Among
the activities which she especially en-
joys are reading. swimming, and at-
tending sports events.
MRS. MARIE FAULKNER, a seventh
grade English teacher, has been at
Nimitz for six years. She previously
taught at Holdenville and Pryor, Okla-
homa. She was graduated from North-
eastern State College with a B.A. de-
gree. Her majors are English and
music. Besides liking sewing and knit-
ting, she enjoys reading.
MRS. MILDRED TARB is teaching ninth
grade English in her first year at Nim-
itz. She taught previously at Gilcrease
Junior High. She holds a B.S. degree in
English received from Southwestern
College in Kansas, and she has done
graduate work at Tulsa University. She
is an active choir member, and she en-
joys reading and antiquing furniture.
MRS. MARY HOLLEY - Latin
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er is in her ninth year at Nimitz She
previously taught at Hamilton Junior
from Tulsa University and has studied
Spamsh culture in Madrid Spain She
has visited Mexico three times and has
lived two years in Japan and Korea.
Her graduate work was at Washington
University in St. Louis. Her hobbies
are crocheting reading traveling
cooking, and caring for her cat.
MRS. MARY HOLLEY has taught Eng-
lish and Latin and creative writing dur-
ing her four years at Nimitz. She has
also taught in Dallas, Odessa, and at
Southwestern College in Oklahoma.
She graduated from Southwestern Uni-
versity of Texas with a B.A. degree,
and she has done graduate work at the
University of Texas. She enjoys needle-
work, arts and crafts, reading, and
MR. DWIGHT SMITH is in his third
year at Nimitz teaching seventh grade
English. Previously he taught in Choc-
taw, Oklahoma. He graduated from East
Central State College with a major in
English and a B.A. degree in education.
He is currently working on a Masters
degree in English at Tulsa University.
He enjoys hunting, fishing, reading, and
MRS. SHARON SMITH is an eighth
grade English teacherg this is her first
year at Nimitz. She received her B.S.
degree in English from Northeastern
State College, and she did graduate
work at Tulsa University. She has also
taught at Madison Junior High. Mrs.
Smith enjoys roller skating, gardening,
MRS JILL STALLSMITH has been
teaching at Nimitz for two years Pre
viously she taught in Denver She grad
with a B S degree Her hobbies include
reading mountain climbing and par
ticipating in many outdoor sports. She
plans to travel and study in France this
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MR. JOHNIE GRAGG has been teaching
industrial arts, woods, and mechanical
drawing at Nimitz for nine years. Pre-
viously he taught at Horace Mann Jun-
ior High School. Mr. Gragg attended
Oklahoma State University and received
his B.A. degree in industrial arts and
his M.S. degree in trade and industrial
education. He has done graduate work
at O.S.U. His main interests include
church work, carpentry, and tinkering
with his car.
MR, RICHARD LAX attended North-
eastern State College where he majored
in industrial arts and where he re-
ceived a B.A. degree and a Masters in
teaching. Mr. Lay has taught electricity
and metals at Nimitz for five years,
previously he taught at Prue, Oklahoma.
He enjoys building houses, fishing, and
playing the guitar and banjo.
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MR. JOHN ROLLER has taught physical
science at Nimitz for nine years. Pre-
viously he taught at Clinton Junior High
School. He holds two B.S. degrees and
two Masters degrees with major fields
including biology, chemistry, physics,
botany, zoology, physical science, and
counseling. He attended Tulsa Univer-
sity, Oklahoma State University, and
Southwestern State College. He enjoys
sports and his hobbies are photography
and coin collecting.
MR. DWIGHT KERTZMAN teaches bi-
ology. This is his second year at Nim-
itz, and he has taught in North Dakota
and Oregon. He received his B.S. de-
gree from Valley State College in North
Dakota, and is doing graduate work at
Oklahoma University. Mr. Kertzman is
the chairman for the National Science
Teachers Convention to be held in Tul-
sa, November 1971. He enjoys playing
MR. RICHARD BRANSON teaches in-
strumental music at Nimitz. He taught
in Commerce, Oklahoma, and at North-
eastern Oklahoma A. 8: M. College be-
fore coming to Nimitz five years ago.
He majored in vocal and instrumental
music at Northeastern State College,
where he received a B.A. degree in
education. His hobby is golf.
MRS. MARY LQQLSE BQSE has a Bach-
elor of Music degree from Westminster
Choir College in New Jersey. This is
her third year teaching vocal and gen-
eral music at Nimitz. Her activities in-
clude working with a bell choir at her
church and working with youth groups.
MRS. VIOLA has been teaching
at tz two years. reviously she
taught at Cleveland Junior High School.
Mrs. Greer attended Florida State
College and holds a B.S. degree and a
M.S. degree from Columbia University
in New York City. She has done gradu-
ate work at Tulsa University. Her ma-
jors are health and physical education
and a minor in science. Among her hob-
bies are sports events, sewing, golfing,
MR. LEE D. TIFFIN is an eighth grade
science teacher in his second year at
Nimitz. He has taught at Byrd and
Cleveland Junior High Schools. He has
a B.S. degree and a M.S. degree and he
attended East Central State College and
Oklahoma State University. Among his
hobbies are playing golf and studying
ROGER V QEN HENDE teaches
U S History and has been at Nimitz for
six years He has also taught at Casc1a
Hall and Monroe Junior High School
He graduated from Tulsa University
with a B.A. degree. Some of his hobbies
are fencing, sword collecting, sailing,
muzzleloading and playing the bagpipes.
MR. JOE MEEKS has taught Oklahoma
History at Nimitz for six years. Pre-
viously he taught at Wewoka, Oklahoma.
He received a B.A. degree from Tulsa
University and has done graduate work
there and at Oklahoma University and
at Oklahoma City University. He enjoys
traveling, reading, horseback riding,
and listening to music.
MR. RONALD WHEATON, a seventh
grade geography teacher is new at
Nimitz. He is a graduate of Tulsa Uni-
versity, and he has a B.A. degree in
social studies. Among his favorite ac-
tivities are hunting, fishing, and par-
ticipating in sports.
MR. DEL PATTERSON teaches eco-
nomics and this is his first year at
Nimitz. He has a B.A. degree from
Northeastern, and his major fields are
social studies and technical photog-
raphy. His hobbies are reading, par-
ticipating in sports, and playing the
guitar. He is active in the musical or-
ganization, "Sing Out Tulsa."
MRS. LILY VOGLE has been teaching
seventh grade geography for ten years
at Nimitz. With a major in history and
social studies, she graduated from
Oklahoma University with a B.S. de-
gree. Her favorite pastimes are playing
bridge and doing needlepoint.
MRS. MARGARET EWING has taught
civics at Nimitz for four years. She at-
tended Holmby Junior College in Cali-
fornia, and she received a B.A. degree
in history from the University of Tulsa.
Her hobbies include studying Russian,
folk dancing, and participating in the
League of Women Voters.
MR. BILL RYAN teaches eighth grade
civics. Freviously he substituted in the
Oklahoma City schools. He received a
B.S. degree in education with a major
in social studies from Oklahoma State
University. Among his hobbies are jog-
ging, reading and fishing.
been the school librarian since Nimitz
opened. Previously she taught at Whit-
ney Junior High School. She attended
Christian College at Columbia, Mis-
souri, and graduated from Oklahoma
University with a B.S. degree in lan-
guage arts and a Masters degree in
library science. Reading is her favorite
hobby and she enjoys doing ceramics.
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MRS. LUCILLE CHARLES who has
also taught at Clinton and Edison Junior
High Schools, has been teaching algebra
at Nimitz since the school opened. She
received her B.A. degree at Hendrix
College in Arkansas, and her major
fields are English, speech, and math.
She did her graduate work at the Uni-
versity of Arkansas, Oklahoma State
University, and Tulsa University.
Among her interests are gardening. col-
lecting stamps, reading, and cooking.
MR. ARTHUR BROWN has taught eighth
grade math at Nimitz for eight years.
He has also taught in South Dakota. He
holds a B.A. degree from Tulsa Uni-
versity, and his graduate work includes
a Masters of Teaching Arts degree.
Among his activities he especially en-
joys participating in athletics with his
sons and he enjoys gardening.
MRS. MARY STUART teaches seventh
and eighth grade math, this is her first
year at Nimitz. She has taught at Hard-
ing Junior High School in Oklahoma
City and at Gilcrease Junior High
School. She graduated from Northeast-
ern State College and has done gradu-
ate work at Tulsa University and at
Southwestern State College. With a
major in homemaking and math, she
has a B.S. degree. Her hobbies are
knitting, camping, and fishing.
MRS. ELVA PRATT has been the school
nurse at Nimitz for five years. She at-
tended George F. Geisinger Memorial
Hospital School of Nursing in Permsyl-
vania, and she has a B.S. degree in
nursing from Tulsa University. Among
her activities she especially enjoys
antiquing, art shows, and the theater.
MRS. DAISY OLIVER, a seventh grade
math teacher, has taught at Nimitz for
two years. Previously she taught at
Enid, Oklahoma, and Laverne, Okla-
homa, and at Holmes, Lanier, and
Phillips Elementary Schools. She re-
ceived her B.S. degree at Phillips
University. Among her activities she
especially enjoys playing bridge.
MRS. JUANITA KING teaches ninth
grade math and algebra. This is her
sixth year of teaching at Nimitz, and
she also taught at Wilson Junior High.
Majoring in mathematics, she gradu-
ated from the University of Tulsa with
a Bachelors degree. She enjoys bridge
church, community and family activi-
tiesg her hobby is the stock market.
MR. RICHARD HOOSE teaches seventh
and ninth grade math. This is his first
year at Nimitz, and he previously
taught in Eldorado, Kansas. He re-
ceived his B.S. degree in mathematics
and biology from Northeastern State
College, and has done graduate work
at Kansas State Teachers College. He
particularly enjoys fishing and other
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Kim McGraw, Dayl I-lamman, Mark Taylor, Carla Quigg, Janette Douglass, Vickye Morris, Judy Harshman. 4th row
Brenda Richison, Stan Johnson, Mrs. Stallsmith. 2nd row- -Carolyn Wilson, John King, Rhonda Broyles, Scott Nich-
Judy Hobson, Julie Shade, Susan Carney, Jo Ann Meason, olson, Chris Economou, Tommy Fielder, Bill Queen, Carol
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The Student Council is an organization
composed of a representative elected
from each homeroom and of officers
elected by the student body. The Student
Council sponsors most school activities,
strives to promote school spirit, builds
better faculty- student relationships,
works for the betterment of the school,
and practices democratic procedures.
This year has proved to be a successful
one for the Nimitz Student Council.
Left to right: Buddy Caldwell, Vice-president,
Rhonda Broyles, Parliamentariang Julie Shade,
President, Tommy Fielder, Recording Secre-
tary, Bill Queen, Corresponding Secretary.
The Red Cross
is a community
zation at Nimitz.
elects a delegate
to this organiza-
tion. This year
has been an ac-
tive one with an
ings, canned milk
drive and our
ect of supporting
an orphan in
CR033 rirt J OFFICERS
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M I L K 2 , . X Carolyn Morgan, lst Vice-President, Sharon
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7 - W J X ,J cording Secretary, Melissa Morgan, Correspond
D R I V E 0 ' !fff"'1f ing Secretary, Jean Ann Watson, President
' Q "" mg ' Q Marvin Harrison, honorary member.
Left to right: Front rowg Mr. Meeks, Dana Sanger,
Susie Manning, Bob Johnson, Susan Mattinson, Terry
DeSirey, Aunna Walker, Mark Nicholson, Kelly Mc-
Cune, Adam Sebran. Second row, Nancy Newby,
Cinda McMi11in, Ferd Rosenthal, Candy Cotton,
Nancy Compton, Diane Arnett, Lisa Murray, Keven
Moody, Jennifer Patton. Third row, Kathy Imel,
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Debbie Lee, Lynn Harnman, Kay Hendricks, Melissa
Morgan, Sharon Benedict, Carolyn Morgan, Denise
Loyd, Christy Lombard. Back row, Mary Beth
Barbero, Marvin Harrison, Beverly Bearden, An-
drew, Turner, Kevin Anderson, Ken Trickey, Jean
Ann Watson, Mary J. Herndon, Blythe Imel.
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The students operate and service
the 16mm projectors that are
scheduled by the teachers to show
films 1n the classroom or the au-
ditorium. The students may also
operate the film strip projector,
overhead projector, opaque pro-
jector at the teachers's request.
They are scheduled in this pro-
gram as in any regular class and
receive credit and grades for ade-
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Bottom Row: Steve Spearing, Gregory Roe, Joel Kantor, Richard Choate. Top Row: Mr. Brown,
Calvin Carter, Jim Ferguson, Don Higley, Tim Hatfield.
The stagecraft crew is a voluntary group of students who
create sets, props, and other stage properties needed for
assemblies and plays. These students come before school X hroooro ocs' T .
and stay after school to work. Anyone who is interested, 'F
especially if they are creative, may join.
lst Row: Cheryl White, Joe Zabienski, Chris Cadieux,
David Dickman, Sandra Sanger, Ross Peterson, Adam
Sebaran, Mr. Roller. 2nd Row: Karen Weig, Judy Hars
man, Louise Kirkland, Melissa Morgan, Mary Welse,
Lee Ann Clegg, Robert Stevenson, Gay McMillan. 3rd
Row: Debbie Lee, Susan Kite, Susan Wilcox, Barbara
Lawrence, Jennifer Holmes, Kim Chestnut, Jill Werner
Vickye Morris. 4th Row: Jerry McKelvey, Mike Beattie
Bettye White, Sam Sweatt, David Nickel, Louan Brown,
Harold Brookens, Tim Hatfield.
Left to right-bottom row-Carla Quigg, Sandra Kite, Bruce Wattman, Louann Foor, Laura Coe-
Sanger, Robert McAllister, Barbara Rich, Lori ner, Susan Wilcox. fourth row-Mary Jane Hern-
Aptak, Mrs. Warren. second row-Cynthia Black, don, Becky Hickman, Jim Riley, Bettye White,
Lee Ann Miller, Louise Kirkland, Mary Welsh, Cathy Holland, Mike McClintock.
Linda Wilkinson. third row-Betsy Bryant, Susan
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Staff are cho-
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with the Kiwanis Club ln-
ternational. K- Club boys
are selected for their
leadership ability, schol-
arship and character.
Only eighth and ninth
grade boys are chosen,
and they must be willing
to donate their time to
school service. Each
ninth grade member of
the K-Club attends a Ki-
wanis luncheon once a
year. One of the c1ub's O F F I C E R S
most worthwhile projects
1? the gflristmas couea' Left to right Kevin Anderson Secretary treas
IIOH of Toys for Tots urer Chris Economou Vice president Tom
Sponsored by the Marine Fielder President Brad Routh Parliamentarian
Left to right-bottom row-Mr. Averill, Mark Tay-
lor, Bob Neville, Buddy Caldwell, Kenny Bass,
John King. row 2-Boudi Wood, Tommy Fielder,
Tim Hofer, Randy Plost, Russ Wood. row 3-
Brad Routh, Bob Cox Eric Freeman T1m Sewell
John Bovaird Kenny Hayes Bob Knight row 4-
Andy Turner Rod Green Kyle Wood John Ash
ley, Chris Economou Bob Haley Kevin Anderson
The purpose of THE SPLINTER is to inform
the student body of the current happenings
at Nimitz. The paper is published monthly
by a special class chosen specifically to
work on THE SPLINTER. The editors are
elected by the class with a different editor
for each issue. THE SPLINTER tries to
present an honest and complete view of the
news at Nimitz.
Left to right-row one-Cheryl Miller, Sarah row three-Paulet Pittenger, Jena Camp, Jim
Whitney, Bill Vaxmanen, Jennifer Holmes, Matt Ryan, Barry Oyler, Math Beth Barbero, Stacy
Westfall, Cindy Wyrrick, Mrs. Holley. row two- Noel, Denise Duke. row four-Cindy Howard,
Joyce Johnson, Lynn Char, Carolyn Wilson, Jamey Langston, Nancy Peake, John Ashley,
Barbara Lawrence, Marsha May, Sue Onufer. Kevin Anderson, Kim Wilkerson, Brad Routh.
Seated-left to right-Brad Routh, Jamey Langston. Standing-left to right-Kevin An-
derson, Jena Camp, Stacy Noel, Jennifer Holmes, Paulet Pittinger, Cindy Wyrrick
Chi Alpha Mu is a national honorary society science, new math has to be invented to re-
opened to all interested junior high school
students who have shown a desire for knowl- was one of the first junior high math clubs
edge of the language of all sciences - math- to be organized nationally.
ematics. As each new discovery is made in
Left to ri t row 1 Mrs Charles Vincent
cord and tell it. "The Nimitz Matheletes"
Weber, David White, Bob Knight, Vickey Green,
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Waldman, Donna Pfeifer, Deon Fourcade, Linda Lyme Char, Clu'isty Visher, Darcia Routh, Matt
Wilkinson, Kenny Bass, Amy Glass, Byron Tip- Westfall. row 4-Karen Hale, Paulet Pittenger,
ping. row 2-Sarah Whitney, Susan Carney, Ted
Birbilis, Cindy Carpenter, Ferd Rosenthal,
Patricia Thomas, John King, Jill Nelson.
Karen Schulz, Cindy Wenheimer. row 3-Dana
Ford Brett, Tim Jones, Eric Freeman, Bob Cox,
Left to right-Paulet Pittinger,
President, Bob Cox, Vice-pres-
identj John King, Secretary,
Matt Westfall, Treasurer.
Left to right-bottom row-Christy Corp, Glenda Bill Queen, Steve Longacre. row 3-Cathy Hunt,
Jackson, Cynthia Black, Anne Terrell, Lori Marvin Harrison, Marc Gatewood, Neal Stauf-
Aptak, Mrs. Holley. row 2-Kay Hendricks, fer, David Wells, Patt Hallett. fnot picturedj
Randy Plost, Carolyn Diacon, Denise Duke, Jill Nelson.
Left to right-Kay Hendricks, Vice-presidentg
Randy Plost, President, Lori Aptak, Secretary.
The Latin Club of Nimitz Junior High School is affiliated
with the National Junior Classical League, and, as such,
tries to promote an interest in the classics, Roman his-
tory, and the Latin Language itself. The purpose of the
Nimitz Junior High School Latin Club is to prepare the
students for advanced Latin Club activities and to stimu-
late an interest in the Roman heritage.
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The aims of the French Club are to create an interest in the cul-
ture and customs of France and to provide students with an op-
portunity to use their French in practice situations. These goals
are accomplished by means of guest speakers and special pro-
jects. This year's project involves dining in an authentic French
restaurant. Membership in the club is open to all students en-
rolled in French.
gif Left to right-cindy wyrrick, Presidentg
HREF!!! David Dickrnan, Treasurer, Sue Minshall,
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Left to right-bottom row-Lee Milner, Randy Gilliland, Lisa ris, Mary Helen Gardner, Allison Cotton, Bonnie Willett,
Braverman, Melinda Payne, Cindy Wyrrick, Libby Brown, Susie Moore, Robyn Ford, Cathy Moore, Carol Vance,
Debbie Petty, David Dickman, Dean Gardner, Susan Ash- Mary Hinds, Lori Crossland, Susan Dunlap, Sue Minshall,
bridge, Vanessa Bishop, Martha Gandee, Jeff Gordon, Bill Tracie Tutt, Suzanne Haynes. row 4fKevin Harrison,
Pielsticker. row 2-Carol Hembree, Jan April, Julie Jones, Rebecca Rhodes, Jan Broadland, Cindy Landers, Paulet
Debbie Pike, Deon Fourcade, Paula Jennings, Christy Pittenger, Brian April, Kim Wilkerson, Jeff Brown, Rob
Visher, Lisa Murray, Karen Weig, Diane Loveall, Cindy Berry, Tommy Fielder, Patricia Thomas, Terry Tighe,
Hale, Carolyn Brooks, Mrs. Stallsmith. row 3-Susie Mor- Jennifer Holmes, Pam Lenik, Megan Berry.
Left to right-bottom row-Miss McKnight, Cindy Ter-
rell, Tom Jackson, Susan Jackson, Roger Andrews,
Lisa Steinmeyer, Nancy Cox, Donna Pfeifer, Scott
Haus. second row-Laura Grossich, Dana Weber,
Judy Harshman, Beth Nash, Ferd Rosenthal, Greg
Zumwalt, Kimberly Weber, Ken Bass, Linda Wilk-
tured, Stephanie Montgomery.
inson. third row-David Finer, Charles Brown, Stacy
Left to right-Andy Turner, Sergeant-at-arms,
Elizabeth Bennett, First vice-president, Bob
Cox, President, Laura Jones, Treasurer, Jena
Camp, Third vice-president, Barry Oyler, Re-
porterg Ford Brett, Second vice-president and
Kenny Bass, Secretary.
All students enrolled in Spanish
may be active or associate mem-
bers of the Spanish Club.
The purpose of the club is to
increase our knowledge of the
language, arts, and customs of
the Spanish- speaking countries.
Programs this year have included
movie cartoons in Spanish, Mexi-
can folk dances, and making
pifiatas for the migrant children
The highlight of the year is the
Mexican dinner held at one of
Tulsa's Mexican restaurants.
Terrell, Kathy Thompson, Laura Jones, Ken Morris,
Jena Camp, Lisa Peerson, John King. top row-
Mike Spies, Ken Hayes, Elizabeth Bennett, Randy
McKenzie, Mike Caldwell, Kyle Wood, Bob Cox,
Eric Freeman, Nancy Peake, Barry Oyler, not pic-
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ECONAUTS is the name of
the Nimitz science club,
the name was chosen be-
cause of the members'
concern with ecology. The
beginning of the word
"ecology" was combined
with the ending of the word
"astronauts"-who are our ,
most advanced scientists. Q 5 E J
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tend all the meetings. This M' y, ,h ,
year the group took a trip if i gy 1? , ,J l , ,
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Center and have had 8 num- M' 5 5- ",.,,, a , M ney, Treasurer, Lisa Murray, Secre-
ber of interesting scientific ' " ' ra 4 tary: Cindy Weinheimer, Vice-president,
films shown at the meetings. AX X Mark Mccurry' President'
Left to right-bottom row- Byron Tipping, Tom Jack-
son, Lisa Woods, Mark McCurry, Bobby Filgas,
Carley Horst, Susan Jackson, Tom Johnson, Mr.
Kertzman. second row-Julie Shade, Susan Carney,
Lisa Murray, Tammy Pfitzer, Nancy Compton,
Debbie Alcouloumre, Cindy Weinheimer, Sarah
Whitney, Karen Schulz. third row-Valerie Zayat,
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Char, Tony Hickman, Jana Jeffries, Charlie Brown,
Doc Gilbert. top row-Karen Hale, Jerry McKelvey,
Jeff Brown, Eric Freeman, Warren Christiansen,
Elizabeth Bennett, Philip Lewis, Kirk Taylor, Caro
Left to right-Kim Wilkerson, Mike Beatty, Vicki Weinheirner, Susan Brodsky, Jody Hobson, Beverly
Merrill, Anita White, Lynn Jacobson, Vickye Morris, Anderson, Barbara Rich.
Kay Hendricks, Holly Heaver, Yvette Milner, Cindy
Left to right-Darcia Routh, Mrs. Coiner, Jane Gilliland, Left to right-Miss Trotter, Ceclia Northern, Lisa Shea.
Lauren Buttery, Ellen Braverman.
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1, A student assistant is doing
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supervising teacher, and
he earns regular school
credit. To apply for this
work, a student makes a
request to his counselor t
who then decides if he
qualifies by grades and
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MIXED GLEE CLUB
ROW 1: Mrs. Rose, John Wheat, Mindy Nelson, Kirby
Lane, Ray Williams, Cindy Noss, Dana Beller, Bren-
da Richison, Neil Gilpin, Robbie Shaw, Mitchell Black,
Carla Campbell, Adam Sebran. ROW 2: Cindy Newlin,
Ron Helms, Shirin Hewitt, Sherry Erskine, Dennis
Armstrong, Ricky Gibson, Dee Mullins, Angela Har-
ney, Kris Johnson, Marc Nicholson, Adele Welborn.
ROW 3: Richard Whitelaw, Susan McShane, Helen
Pritzos, Pam Infield, Jill Hitt, Fred Williams, Marc
Miller, Ruth Ives, Pat McArdle, Catha Morton, Randy
Christiansen, Dana Beard. ROW 4: DeDe Spencer,
Laura Ferguson, Laura Stauffer, Gary Infield, Jeff
Francis, Jeff Stanfield, Kevin Anderson, Ken Trickey,
Jeff Brown, Kirk Taylor, Linda Rushing, Angela
Turnbo, Dana Rice.
ROW 1: Mrs. Rose, Dana Bel-
ler, Ruth Ives, Angela Har-
ney, ROW 2: Sherry Erskine,
Shirin Hewitt, Charlotte Fox,
Jeff Francis, Catha Morton,
Pam Infield. ROW 3: Linda
Rushing, Ken Trickey, Kevin
Anderson, Jeff Brown, Laura
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' Left to right-row l-Mrs. Rose, Terry Hjelm, Carla Hawthorne, Margaret Jenkins, Dawn Cot-
ton, Cinda Brashear, Brenda Richison, Michele Hays, Wendy Nelson, Carla Campbell, Mar-
- lene Weedin. row 2-Adele Welborn, Betsy Nolan, Diane Dexter, Connie Brashear, Shirin
f Hewitt, Susan McShane, Anna Walker, Debbie Howell, Ann Fiedler, Dana Beller, Cathy Jones.
V , - , L, , row 3-Lisa Endres, Angela Harney, Kathy McBrien, Teri Jackson, Jill Hitt, Jo Ann Meason,
,- A V Pam Onfield, Cindy Dennis, Dana Belveal, Nancy Nichols. row 4-Kathy Brander, Patricia
g R52 McArdle, Dana Rice, Elaine Northern, Brenda Brewer, Judy Wilson, Laura Ochsner, Julie
' 'QQ Ostrander, Tammy Stadler, Nancy Compton, Ruthie Ives.
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Left to right-row l-Mrs.
Rose, Marsha Spear, Di-
anne McAfee, Deena Mc-
Niel, Cindy Newlin, Dana
Kaufman, Sheila Jordon,
Nancy Chitwood, Gail
Matles. row 2-Diana
Pearce, Sherry Erskine,
Gwen McGuire, Lori
Rossiter, Dee Mullins,
Lynn Visher, Cindy Noss.
row 3-Krista Gladd, Coco
Ochsner, Brenda Jones,
Ann McKenna, Donna
Burscough, Leight Prit-
zos, Janette Douglas. row
4-Angie Turnbo, Char-
lotte Fox, Judy Fitzgera
ald, Linda Rushing,
Laura Stauffer, Laura
Ferguson, Denise Loyd,
Catha Morton, Dede
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Paul Whitney, Tammy Pfitzer, Christy Visher, Jim York, Carley Horst, Steve Boyls.
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Marshall, Kathy Borden,
Richard Choate, Mike Plu-
mer, Robert Fry. row two-
Amy Glass, Jeff Render,
David White, Steve Christ-
iansen, Mark Maguire. row
Left to right-row om+Barbara Lawrence, Scott Edwards,
Scott Nicholson, Ed Briner. row two-Bobby Filgas, Mike
Golan, Lisa Woods, Tim Hofer, Cathy Phillips, Mark
Wuerflein, Bruce Hatchett, Cathy Walter, Susan Winfrey,
Carley Horst. row three-Kathy Holcomb, Patricia Thoma
David Leonard, Robert Stevenson, Chris Economou, Bruce
Wood, Dawna Kaufman, Christy Visher, Karen Hale, David
Hoot. row four-Keith Freeman, Byron Tipping fnot seenj,
David Storts. standing-Mr. Branson, Kent Erwin, Terri
Hockett, Mark Cebuhar.
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Charlene Ramsey, Sam Page, Philip Lewis, John three-Steve Boyls, Randy Yeck, Mark Cebuhar, Kent
Head, Bruce Wood. row two-Allison Moscow, Buddy Erwin, Terri Hockett, Mr- BFHHSOH.
Caldwell, Gary Montgomery, David Storts, Mat
BOYS GLEE CLUB
Left to right-row one-Mrs. Rose, Terry Pefanis, Armstrong, Dana Beard, Mark Miller- Fred Wil-
Jay Hitt. Ray Williams, Mitchell Black, John Wheat, liarns. Randy Christiansen, Richard Whitelaw. row
Adam Sebran, Sherry Erskine row tw0ANei1 Gilpin, four-Gary Infield, Jeff Brown, Jeff Stanfield, Kevin
Ron Helms, Kris Johnson, Mark Nicholson, Robbie A1'ld6I'SOH, Ken TI'iCk9y, Jeff FI'aI1CiS. Kirk Tay1OI'.
Shaw, Kirby Lane, Richy Gibson. row three-Dennis
Left to right-row one-Lynda
Smith. Mary Louise Morri-
son, Ruth Mason, Glen ,
Storts. row two-Tom Adams,
Nancy Newby, Susan Mattin-
son. Steve Nicholson. row
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Moore, Alison Moskal, Susanna Skelton, Marla Rug- Brian Wedlake, Warren Christiansen, Jim York, x
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Tom Plowman, Dave Smith, John Head, Charlene Short, Randy Yeck, Steve Boyls. A
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Left to right-row one-Eric
Bruner, Danny Sherier,
Cindy Faulks, Vincent Wald-
man, Kelly McLendon, Paula
Gent, Janet Bass, Susan Ed-
wards. row two-Tammy
Pfitzer, Pam Snook, Vicki
Vandever, Lynn Lofton,
Grady Carson, Carol Simon,
Nancy Broyles, Cinda Mc-
Millin. row three-Martin
Howerton, Jim Kessler,
Cindy Leonard, Ken Mitchell
Jim Stoval, Casey Crutch-
field, Becky Becker, Tina
Pelizzoni, Tom White, Paul
Whitney, Forrest Blakely,
James Irby. row four-Tom
Weeks, Mike Glover, Jerry
Weber. Ed Monnet, Denis
Mitchell, Mark Augustine,
Scott Cameron, Mr. Bran-
son, Richard Seal, Mark
Griffith. Not pictured: Tony
Armstrong, Maria Ruggles,
Thesa Rogers, David Rogers
Buffy Gallagher, Tom Plow-
man, Mark Magers.
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MRS. MARY HOLLEY
TEACHER OF THE YEAR
Patient. congenial, fair, honest, sincere, and an exceptional teacher: these are ways
the students describe Mrs. Mary Holley. "Teacher of the Year? Mrs. Holley ex-
emplifies the qualities of a master teacher and sets an example for both colleagues
and students. She has earned the respect and admiration of all who know her. Her
teaching experiences range from junior high through college. At the present time
she is teaching eighth grade English, Latin, and creative writing.
After school hours Mrs. Holley becomes a full-time mother and wife. She cherishes
the time she spends with her husband, Ron, and five year old son, Regan. Although
Mrs. Holley enjoys sports primarily as a spectator, she is occasionally asked to
play football with Ron and Regan, but ONLY if they can't find anyone else to fill in.
Regan says she's "not very goodlm They also spend rnuch time caring for and
training their three dogs. Kelly, a German shepherd, and Miss B and Bitsy, both
Mrs. I-lolley's hobbies include doing needlework. making samplers, knitting, reading
and doing club work.
I-ler outstanding teaching ability, her vast knowledge of subject material, her per-
sonal interest in students and faculty members, and her warm personality, make
the perfect combination for the 'Teacher of the Yearl' - - - Mrs. Mary Holley!
At home with her husband, Ron, and
four year old son, Regan,
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Mary in the classroom is an inspiration to her Latin, English and creative writing
M961 the 1'9St Of MHI'y'S family-Ueft i0 Fighfl Who is she fooling? Is she really cooking and doing her school home work?
Kelley, Bitsy, and Miss B.
MOST SPI RITED HOME ROOM
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Left to right-bottom row-Mrs. Warren, Lori Aptak, ler, Susan Wilcox, Susan Kite, Louise Kirkland, Judy
Chris Edwards, Carla Quigg, Barbara Rich. second Harshman. fourth row-Bill Copple, Roger Richards,
row-Cynthia Black, Sandy Sanger, John Graham, Bruce Wattman, Cindy Howard, Bettye White, Terry
Mary Welsh, Cory Sackett, Ann McCaslin. third row- Tighe, Mike McClintock, Tom Cooper.
Mark Ricketts, Tye Koch, Lisa Murry, Lee Ann Mil-
CLASS ROOM DOORS
DECORATED FOR CHRISTMAS.
Mrs. Faulkner's room 14102 Mrs. Warren's room 6117 Mrs. Robinsonls room 44105
Sponsored by the
Week was held dur-
ing the week of
November 2, 1970,
At the end of the
117 was awarded a
plaque naming it
the "Most Spirited
room earned 467
points from a pos-
sible 500 by having
10041, dressed in
school colors, 97172,
in attendance at the
9092, on their bulle-
tin board, and 10092,
for a Homecoming
day poster, and
8092, for the singing
of the school song.
MCDST GENEROUS HOME Room
Left to right-row one-Cindy Noss, Susan Winfrey, Ferguson, Laura Jones, Pam Linke, Charlotte Roof,
Greg Baker, Becky Spies, Helda Harlton, Suzie Jan Broadland, Jill Hitt. row four-Ken Trickey,
Short, Mike Grady, Mr. Tiffin. row two-Sharin Mark Cebuher, Steve Glazer, Sid Rice, Kevin Mc-
Hewitt, Lisa Baldwin, Mike Dethrow, Buddy Cald- Charen, Herbert Bond, Tim Hofer, David Jones,
well, Susana Shelton, Leigh Ann Price, Steve Clark. Kathy T'hompson.
row three-Angie Turnbo, Becky Barker, Laura
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won the contest for the i'Most Generous
Homeroom" by making the largest con-
tribution in the annual Red Cross enroll-
ment drive. Nimitz's total contribution
was S950 which surpassed the goal of 3750.
Mr. Tiffin's homeroom contributed 5100.
This was a most successful drive this year.
The prize for the winning homeroom was a
NIMITZ ADMIRALS VARSITY
Head coach, Howard Waugh, assistant coaches, Bob Waugh,
Joe Lane, Tom Slammons, Mike Trout, Harold Gage. 10
Steve Waugh, 11 Tommy Fielder, 12 Terry Frohnapfel, 13
Dennis Persall, 19 Jamey Langston, 20 Steve Simmons, 21
Jed Barker, 22 Kenny Hayes, 22 Matt Westfall, 23 Jerry
Barnes, 24 John Ashley, 25 Mark Gatewood, 29 Bill Queen
30 Mark Gotcher, 31 Doug Hoffman, 32 David Finer, 33
Bruce Wood, 34 Trenton Staley, 35 David McQuaig, 40
Mark Sutton, 41 Donnie Hutchison, 42 Bill Henshaw, 43
Jeff Brock, 44 Donny Loveless, 45 Ed Horkey, 50 Brad
Routh, 51 Kenneth Preaus, 52 David Storts, 53 Fred Bangs,
60 Barry Adler, 61 Phil Goodwin, 61 Tom White, 62 Bob
Purgason, 63 Tim Jones, 64 Kenny Albright, 65 Greg Glid-
den, 70 John Head, 71 John Bovaird, 72 Neil Stauffer, 73
Burly White, 74 Sam Sweatt, 75 Rusty Bayliss, 80 Randy
Edwards, 81 Bill Vaananen, 82 Greg Vance, 83 Andy Turn-
er, 84 Lex Dominey, 84 Fred Gilcrease, 85 Kyle Wood.
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Warren Adams. 10 Brian Wedlake, 14 Mike Klinefelter,
15 Steve Perkins, 16 Jack Smith, 17 Steve Clark, 18 Ken
Bass, 21 Pat Hall, 24 Tony Bunnell, 26 Bob Benjamin, 28
Harry Pefanis, 30 Greg Baker, 31 Sam Strait, 33 Trev
Harney, 36 David Jenkinson, 37 Charles Brown, 38 Kurtis
Zimmer, 39 Rod Green, 46 Rex Enterline, 47 James El-
liott, 48 Sam McGee, 49 David Radmilovich, 53 Keith
Schleg, 54 Greg Allert, 55 Bob Larson, 56 Roy Thomason,
57 Gary Montgomery, 60 Eddie Short, 61 Victor Bird, 62
Jeff Hamra, 63 Bob Mercer, 66 Brian Waugh, 67 Thomas
Lamprey, 68 Cliff Dower, 69 Doc Gilbert, 70 Jim Powers,
71 Jay Taylor, 73 Dana Beard, 76 Steve Pence, 77 Terry
Schmidt, 78 Allen Wilcox, 79 David Carlson, 80 Jerry
McCoy, 81 Scott Edwards, 82 Ken McMenamy, 83 Stanley
Shannon, 85 Mike Harris, 86 John King, 87 Ken Trickey,
Mark Cebuhar, Rick Keller.
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SEVENTH GRADE PREP TEAM
Head coach, David Wilbanksg Assistant Coaches, Lewis
Stabler, Jim Proctor, Lonnie Hobbs, John Suttor. 10 Lee
Milner, 11 Mitchell Black, 12 Bryan Cobb, 13 Kevin Rad-
ford, 15 Andy Morgan, 20 Douglas Wince, 21 Mark Carter,
23 Sidney Allen, 24 Michael Shade, 25 Terry Peganis, 28
David Wood, 31 Doug Waugh, 32 Rick Rayson, 33 Mark
Nicholson, 34 Paul Bunnell, 35 Kevin McMichael, 40 Stan
Johnson, 41 Michael White, 42 Jeff Johnson, 43 Mark Mc-
Leod, 44 Steve Dobbs, 45 Mark Wackenhuth, 50 David
Wehrenberg, 51 Kent Erwin, 52 Ron Helms, 55 Dennis
Mitchell, 59 Scott Morgan, 60 Jack Walker, 62 Jay Hitt,
64 James Stovall, 65 Mike Poiriez, 66 Donald Morris, 67
Larry Edwards, 68 Steve Nicholson, 70 David Northern,
71 Eric Brunner, 72 Randy Christiansen, 73 Terry Bar-
low, 74 Jerry Webber, 75 Davis Bovaird, 77 David Os-
trander, 78 John McCoy, 80 Wes Blevens, 81 Rand Gilli-
land, 82 Dean Berry, 83 Mark Saylor, 84 Neil Gilpin, 86
Steve Holland, 88 Doug Kelly, 89 John Harshman.
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Standing, left to right-Lori Aptak, Linda Wilkinson, Susan McGraw, Dayl Hamman, Dody Frazee, Holly Heaver,
Carney, Cynthia Black, Kay Hendricks, Rhonda Broyles, Becky Barker, Candy Cotton, Katy Imel, Hilda Harlton,
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PEP CLUB OFFICERS Julie Shade, Presidentg Blyth
Imel, Secretary: Janet McCoy, Vice-president.
The Nimitz Pep Club's main goal is to bring enthusi-
asm and spirit to the school's sporting events, Any
girl at Nimitz is eligible to join the Pep Club. Before
being an officer or trying out for cheerleader, mem-
bers must meet certain rules and requirements. The
Pep Club uniform of navy blue and white helps to sig-
nify the name t'Admirals." Through the year there
are meetings, pep rallies, Homecoming and a dance.
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spirit ribbons and the placing of spirit posters. The
Pep Club's loyalty and spirit at games contributed to
many Admiral victories.
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