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

 - Class of 1971

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VICE-PRINCIPAL BOB AVERILL 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- ,- 'V ' . lor. She has taught at Cleveland Junior S High, and she has been at Nimitz for three years. Mrs. Pettypool has a B.A. ' A degree from Tulsa University and her - - 4 - major fields are social studies and -ff--Q A counseling. She enjoys her hobbies of . -yi 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, and hlmting. 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, and TCTA. ,- ,QV-ia, M, .. , ff - ,, Q fed, '

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NlMITZ'S PRINCIPAL 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 faculty. 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, Cindy Weinheimer. Mr. Clayton hosts the P.T.A. executive com- mittee luncheon. 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.



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NIMITZ OFFICE STAFF 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- diction also. X Q ,,,,,,..f Rims- . in ' 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. Q eg' ll 5 i r 0 i . 'bf?4

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