Nimitz Junior High School - Mast Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)

 - Class of 1971

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FACULTY INDUSTRIAL ARTS F f' .- 1-Qi.. 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. bk 53" w '15, S th. 5 A177 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 basketball. SCIE 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. MUSIC NCE 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, and fishing. 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 science.

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ENGLISH 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. FOREIGN LANGUAGE MRS. MARY HOLLEY - Latin X I 1 S JEAN MQQSLQHI Spamsh teach 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 golfing. 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 photography. 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, and reading. 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 summer. vp A' i. ,gf -- ,--S-ii. ,ffl 41, , . . .... , MIS , ' - -ii,-,i , or If 3957 if 9' High. She received her B.A. degree uated from Oklahoma State University , Q- . Q , . . . , . I . 1 . . . V Q f W, ,J G 1. If A Tie"-..T.""'! 5 via Svgiftwx I 1 ' ' 1""' s 1 1 1 ,JZ N 2 if- gl Z "' ii? '.'ft,1 -- it yi Lf?



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LIBRARY SOCIAL STUDIES 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." foa- 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. PIPKW has 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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