Nimitz Junior High School - Mast Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)
- Class of 1975
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Eighth Grade ,....
Seventh Grade ....
Favorite Teacher ...
MR. WAY E
Nimitz was very fortunate to have Mr. Wayne Ken-
dallas our new principal this year. He has earned a
popular position with students, teachers, and
parents because of his pride for Nimitz combined
with job confidence, experience, enthusiasm and
friendly manner. He has a remarkable understan-
ding of pupil problems and his fairness and guidance
is greatly appreciated.
His eloquent and easy-going manner has made the
1974-75 school year run smoothly and happily.
Mr. Wayne Kendall came to Nimitz this year from
Bell junior High where he was principal. He has had
nineteen years experience as a classroom
teacher-three in Texas and sixteen in Tulsa. He has
taught at Edison, Hamilton and Bell in Tulsa.
He received his B.A. and Masters from East Central
State and has done additional work at Tulsa Univer-
sity and Oklahoma State.
He was raised in Ada, Oklahoma and attended a
small rural high school. Now he enjoys fishing, hun-
ting and walks through the woods. Mr. and Mrs.
Kendall have a sixteen year old son and a daughter,
Mr. Kendall accepting a gift to the school from Vickie Perrine
who designed and made it.
Mr. Wayne Kendall in his office, ready to start the day.
Mr. lim Norman
Mr. Ron Wheaton
For the second year Mr.
Wheaton is the counselor for
the seventh and eighth
He has a B.S. degree from the
University of Tulsa in history
and a Masters in education,
majoring in guidance.
Mr. Wheaton came to Nimitz
five years ago as a geography
and civics teacher.
His hobbies are horses,
livestock, raising animals,
huntingland fishing which his
wife, S erry, shares.
Ron Wheaton is a young man
that students relate to and
confide in. He performs his
enormous duties with ease
and perfection. As a teacher
he was selected as the
favorite in 1972-73 and as
their counselor he is the
Mr. Norman is the assistant principal and boys' dean. Besides his
counseling duties, he is in charge of all bus passes and lockers for which
he keeps a file of all locks.
Mr. Norman earned his B.A. and Masters degree from East Central
University. After teaching in a number of small towns he came to Tulsa's
Roosevelt junior High as a social studies teacher. He moved to Wright
junior High as assistant principal before taking the same position at
Nimitz 3 years ago.
Mr. Norman and his wife, Vanoice, have a married son, Greg, and a
daughter, Vickie, who attends Mason.
He likes gardening, but his greatest joy is jeff, a three year old grandson.
Students and teachers know lim Norman as a friend and his calm, sedate
and fair characteristics make him a favorite with everyone at Nimitz.
Mrs. Robinson has taken care of all
ninth grade activities, parties, senior
high enrollment, personal problems
and counseling for the last four years.
She has a masters degree from the
University of Tulsa in guidance and also
has a B.S. in English from Northeastern.
Mrs. Rhetta Robinson
Mrs. Robinson previously taught first
grade at Carnegie and found many of
her students promoted with her to
Nimitz when she joined the faculty to
teach English eight years ago.
Rhetta Robinson enjoys swimming and
traveling. And no wonder she and her
husband like to attend sport events
when their son, joey, is an outstanding
senior basketball player at
Mrs. Robinson is a most sincere and
dedicated counselor and Nimitz's girls
and ninth graders appreciate her.
OFFICE STAFF MRS' REBA
This is Mrs. Marsh's second year at
Nimitz although she's been with
the Tulsa Public School System
twenty years. She is Nimitz's atten-
dance clerk and takes care of all
withdrawals passes to leave school
and absences. She has a son, two
daughters and four grandchildren.
She attended Kansas State and
Tulsa University. She likes bridge,
sewing and football.
Mrs. Tubb attended O.S.U. and
has been at Nimitz eight years.
She is Mr. Kendall's SeCretary
and in charge of the
bookstore, the money
collected for school projects
and does most of the
secretarial jobs. Her husband is
in the advertising business.
Their son is a teacher and her
daughter attends O.S.U. Mrs.
Tubb enjoys collecting an-
tiques and refinishing fur-
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Mrs. Wanda Holbert has been at Nimitz
two years where her job is to see if
"sick" Students are really sick and to
give health appraisals. She has been a
public school nurse six years after
receiving her training at Muskogee
General Hospital. Her daughter, a
senior at Will Rogers, was voted Tulsa
junior Miss this year. Mrs. Holbert en-
joys sewing, bowling and traveling.
Mrs. lane Howard is a public school
substitute nurse and has been at Nimitz
many weeks while Mrs. Holbert was
getting additional training. Her training
was at Hillcrest Medical Center. Her
husband is a home builder and they
have two sons. In her spare time she
goes bowling, swims and does some
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MR. MIKE ALDRICH
teaches eighth and ninth grade
science, and this is his first year
at Nimitz. He has a B.S. from the
University of Tulsa. He did his
student teaching at Nimitz and
taught a year at Wilson junior
High before returning. He is
married to a University of Tulsa
librarian. He likes to write music,
and his hobbies are the guitar
MR. jAN BARTLETT
has been teaching physical
education at Nimitz for seven
years after four years at Gilcrease
junior High and one year at Clin-
ton junior High. He graduated
from Central State College with
a B.S. degree and he has a
Masters degree from
Northeastern University. Among
his activities he includes the
Oklahoma Coaches' Association,
hunting and fishing. He and his
wife, Sue, are kept very busy by
their four year old twins, jon and
MRS. PAT BRADSHAW
came to Nimitz this year to teach
the Learning Disability classes
which she had taught last year at
Whitney junior High. Previously
she taught in Okmulgee. Her
degree in elementary education,
special education and learning
disabilities is from the University
of Tulsa. With her husband and
boys, fourteen and twelve, she
enjoys hobbies of camping and
MR. RICHARD BRANSON
teaches instrumental and choral
music. He taught in Commerce,
Oklahoma and at Northeastern
Oklahoma A. and M. College
before joining the Nimitz faculty
ten years ago. He majored in
vocal and instrumental music at
Northeastern State College
where he received a B.A. degree
in education. He and his wife are
parents of a grown son and a
married daughter. When golf
does not occupy his spare time,
Mr. Branson works in an in-
surance agency that he owns.
MR. j. T. CARVELL
has taught mathematics for three
years at Nimitz. He has a B.S.
degree from Northeastern State
College and a Masters degree
from there in Education. Before
coming to Nimitz, Mr. Carvell
taught seven years at Cleveland
junior High. He likes to do ac-
counting as a hobby and he also
enjoys chess and fishing. He
keeps busy as the youth director
and bus driver for his church. He
has a wife, Sharon, a boy joe,
three years old and a six year old
MRS. GRETTA CLAYTON
is new to Nimitz this year where
she teaches Spanish and English.
Her B.A. degree is from
Oklahoma State University. She
has taught seven years, coming
to Tulsa from Midwest City. She
is married to a medical student
and they have a year old
daughter, Abigail. Mrs. Clayton
enjoys basketball and bridge
when time permits.
MISS PAT CUTTER
has been the girls' physical
education teacher at Nimitz for
twelve years. She earned a B.S.
from Oklahoma College of
Liberal Arts and her Masters
degree from Northeastern State
College. Her hobbies are travel-
ing, fishing and photography.
Miss Cutter was selected Nimitz
Teacher of the Year in 1966-67.
MR. jERRY EAST
is teaching ninth grade science
for the fourth year at Nimitz.
Previously he taught at
Cleveland for three and a half
years. He graduated from
Southwestern State College with
a B.S. and M.T. degrees. He has
done graduate work at
Oklahoma State University and
Oklahoma University. Besides
his wife and their daughters ages
nine and three, his interests are
bowling and chess.
MR. jOHNIE GRAC-G
has been teaching industrial arts,
woods, and mechanical drawing
at Nimitz for fourteen years.
Previously he taught at Horace
Mann junior High after coming
to Tulsa from Berry Hill. Mr.
Gragg attended Oklahoma State
University and received his B.A.
degree in industrial arts and his
M.S. degree in trade and in-
dustrial education. He has done
graduate work at Oklahoma
State University. He and his wife,
Marie, have a married daughter
and three grandchildren. His
leisure activities include church
work, carpentry, a greenhouse
MRS. VIOLA GREER
came to Nimitz as a science
teacher from Cleveland junior
High six years ago. She attended
Florida State College and holds a
B.S. degree from there and a
M.S. degree from Columbia
University in New York City. She
has done graduate work at Tulsa
University and Oklahoma State
University. Her majors are health
and physical education and her
minor is in science. She has won
many trophies for dancing, a
favorite hobby, along with
traveling and sports. Mrs. Greer
has two grown sons and two
grandchildren. She was selected
the favorite Nimitz teacher in
MRS. LILLIAN HARP
has a background of fifteen years
of teaching experience and
came to Nimitz as the homemak-
ing teacher this year from
McLain Senior High. She holds a
B.S. degree from the University
of Tulsa and a M.E. degree from
Northeastern State College in
education. She has done ad-
ditional study at Oklahoma State
University, Northeastern State
College, Oklahoma University,
and the Sorbonne in Paris. Mrs.
Harp has a married son and a
daughter, eighteen. Naturally
her hobbies are sewing, knitting,
and arts and crafts.
MISS PHYLISS HENRY
Having previously taught at Cen-
tral Senior High and Wilson
junior High, joined the Nimitz
faculty as a mathematics teacher
three years ago. Her B.S. degree
is from Langston University. Miss
Henry has a second career in the
fashion world as a saleslady and
model. She likes to read, play
tennis, swim and she enjoys
music also as a hobby.
MRS. IUANITA KING
teaches eight grade mathematics
and ninth grade algebra. She
taught one year at Wilson junior
High and this is her eleventh
year at Nimitz. Majoring in
mathematics, she graduated
from the University of Tulsa with
a B.A. and also received her
Masters degree in guidance
from there. She enjoys fishing,
bridge, also church, community
and family activities. All of these
and her four children, three
grandchildren and a husband
keep her very busy.
MISS CINDY LEONARD
a French and English teacher, has
been at Nimitz two years. Her
additional teaching experience
has been one year at Byrd junior
High, one year in St. Louis and
two years in Ethiopia. Her B.A.
and Masters degrees are from
Washington University and she
has also a degree from the
University of France in
Strasbourg. Her hobbies are
water skiing, reading and hob-
MRS. ALLENE HILL
during her first year at Nimitz is
working with the science depart-
ment as a science aide helping
the teachers and students with
the testing, grading papers, and
keeping records. Mrs. Hill and
her husband have a son, seven-
teen and twins, a boy and a girl
who are fifteen. She enjoys the
hobbies of tole painting and
MRS. MARY HOLLEY
has taught English at Nimitz
eight years. She has also taught
in Dallas and in Odessa High
School and at Southwestern
College in Oklahoma. She
graduated from Southwestern
University in Texas with a B.A.
degree. She has done graduate
work at the University of Texas.
She and her husband have a nine
year old son. They all spend
much time caring for and train-
ing dogs. Her hobbies are
reading, tennis, golf and crewel
embroidery. Someday she plans
to write a book about her
teaching years. In 1970-71 she
was Nimitz favorite teacher.
MR- IOE MEEKS
has taught Oklahoma History at
Nimitz for ten years. Previously
he taught at Wewoka,
Oklahoma. He received his B.A.
degree from the University of
Tulsa and also his Masters from
Oklahoma University. He enjoys
traveling, reading and listening
to music. He also has great in-
terest in historic houses of
Oklahoma and Europe.
MR. IOHN MILLER
a seventh and eighth grade
mathematics teacher, has been
at Nimitz eight years. He is a
graduate of Northeastern State
College with a B.A. degree. He
also attended the University of
Utah and has taught three years
in Viola, Kansas, and four years
at Phillips Elementary School.
Mr. Miller and his wife, who
teaches at Hoover, are kept busy
with three children, seventeen,
nineteen, and twenty-one. His
hobby is photography and with
this interest and talent he has
assisted in taking pictures for the
MISS SUSANNA MOSLEY
is the speech teacher and is com-
pleting her fifth year at Nimitz
this year. She graduated from
the University of Arkansas with a
B.S. degree and she has done
graduate work at the University
of Tulsa. She previously taught in
Arkansas and she has conducted
many creative-drama work-
shops. She is a professional act-
ress and also teaches Tulsa jun-
ior College night classes. With a
great interest in travel, she will
become a tour guide for a sum-
MRS. jORENE MUNDLIN
has been teaching seventh grade
geography at Nimitz two years.
With a major in political science
and history, she graduated from
Howard Payne College in Texas
with a B.A. degree. Her favorite
pastimes are sports, especially
tennis also she enjoys reading,
sewing and tole painting.
MR. DEL PATTERSON
teaches economics and this is his
fifth year at Nimitz. He has a B.A.
degree from Northeastern State
College, and his major fields are
social studies and technical
photography. A graduate of
Central High School, he has also
attended Oklahoma University
and Oklahoma State University.
He is married and his hobbies in-
clude music, reading,
photography and athletics.
MRS. jIMMIE jEANNE PIPKIN
has been the school librarian
since Nimitz opened fourteen
years ago. Previously she taught
at Whitney junior High. She
attended Christian College at
Columbia, Missouri, and
graduated from Oklahoma
University with a B.S. degree in
language arts and a Masters
degree in library science. A busy
mother of four children, a boy, a
girl, and twin girls, her favorite
hobby is reading, but she also
enjoys movies, bridge, and do-
ing ceramic work.
MRS. jANET RATLIFF
is an eighth grade English
teacher who started at Nimitz
last year. Before moving to Tulsa
from Knoxville, Tennessee, she
taught two years. She graduated
from Murray State University in
Kentucky with a B.S. degree in
English and psychology. Besides
liking to sew, she shares tennis,
hiking, and swimming with her
husband and daughter, a sixth
grader in Grissom Elementary.
MISS CHARLOTTE ROWE
is in her fifth year of teaching
physcial education at Nimitz
which she previously taught at
Anderson junior High. She
received a B.S. degree in educa-
tion from Langston University
and a Masters degree from the
University of Tulsa. Her activities
include bowling, softball, and
arts and crafts.
MRS. ANN SPURGIN
teaches ninth grade algebra and
eighth grade general
mathematics. She started
teaching at Nimitz in january
1974. Her B.S. degree is from the
University of Tulsa. For a leisure
activity she and her husband ride
MISS CAROLYN TROTTER
teaches typing and has been at
Nimitz five years. She graduated
from Oklahoma State University
with a B.S. degree in business
education. For two summers she
taught typing at Edison to
students ranging from seventh
graders to adults. Among her in-
terests are tole painting, tennis,
golf, and water skiing.
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MRS. IANE TROTTER
is teaching seventh grade English
for her fourth year at Nimitz
after teaching one year at Carver
junior High. She holds a B.S.
degree in English and Spanish
received from Louisiana Tech
University. She has an eighteen
year old daughter and also a son
who goes to Nimitz. She enjoys
reading, bowling and playing the
MR. CECIL TUCKER
is in his second year at Nimitz
after six years of teaching
physical education, drafting and
woods at Cleveland junior High.
He is teaching metals this year.
His B.S. degree is from
Northeastern State College. He
also has C V E T Training which
he taught two years. Mr.
Tucker's wife, a first grade
teacher, and he have a three
year old daughter, Renee. His
outside interests are antique cars
MR. ROGER VanDENHENDE
teaches U.S. History and has
been at Nimitz ten years. He also
taught at Cascia Hall one year
and at Monroe junior High for
six years. He graduated from the
University of Tulsa with a B.A.
degree in history and political
science. Mr. VanDenhende has
many interests including playing
the bagpipes, fencing, sailing,
archery, and folk dancing. He
and his wife, who teaches music
at Woods Elementary are in-
terested in football too since
their sons, Eric and Chris, both
play football at Rogers Senior
MRS. HENRI WARREN
is a professional artist as well as
Nimitz's art teacher. Her water
colors are continuously in ex-
hibits and she has worked in
fashion and childrens' book il-
lustration, advertising, display
and toy design. She painted the
mural in the new pediatrics ward
of St. Francis Hospital. Her B.A.
degree is from the University of
Tulsa, and she has done two
years graduate work at the
American Academy of Art in
Chicago. This is her twelfth year
at Nimitz. She previously taught
at the senior high school in
Columbus, Kansas. She has
taught at Eliot Elementary and at
Lanier Elementary. Her interests
are traveling with her husband,
sewing, gardening, painting and
her two year old granddaughter.
MR. THEOPOLIS CTHEOJ
is in his ninth year as boys'
physical education teacher at
Nimitz. He has a B.S. degree
from Langston University and a
Masters degree from
Northeastern State College.
Coach Williams is a physical
education director at the
Hutchinson Y.M.C.A. He enjoys
participating in all sports. He and
his wife are proud of their son
who is a third grader at Grimes
MISS CAROL ZWINCICII
was a student teacher last year at
Nimitz, and she came back as a
regular teacher this year. She
teaches seventh and eighth
grade English. Her B.S. degree is
from the University of Tulsa. She
likes sewing, cooking, reading,
BELOW: Quite an accomplished musician, Mr. Patterson plays
the guitar and sings professionally. He's also composed many
original songs. AT RIGHT: Mr. Patterson lectures and explains
A young man full of enthusiasm for teaching and who
gives willingly of his time to work beyond the class room
with students would be a favorite teacher, and that is
what Mr. Del Patterson is.
Students recognize him as a well informed and excellent
teacher of economics. He has sponsored the Student
Council four years, giving wisely of his time, wisdom, and
everyday guidance to run the student affairs, projects,
and social functions.
He is in charge of stage craft which is another duty out-
side the classroom and all the work for stage settings are
done before and after school.
He takes pictures for the yearbook using his weekends to
meet students at Tulsa's picturesque spots so the pictures
will be more attractive.
Del Patterson is indeed a friend to the faculty and
students. We salute this outstanding young man and
proudly name him 'fTeacher of the Year."
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STEVE JULIE MILSTEN
POPPENHOUSE STEVE MINDEMAN
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TAMARA RAMSEY VICKY SMITH
IANET RAY KARRI SPARKS
SUE REINKEMEYER DOUG STANLEY
DEDE WOLFE SUSAN THOMAS
MARIA WOOD SHERRY THOMPSON
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S UDENT COUNCIL
FIRST ROW left to right Jeff Porter Mark Milsten Carolyn McCune Kurt Webber, Elise McAughflin, julie jernigan
Carothers jill Gale Marilyn Carney Lianne McCune Mr Holly Meason FOURTH ROW, Dixie lmel, Steve Wood
Patterson SECOND ROW Brittany Moore Kerri Root Laura Susan Wheeler, Doug Whitlock, Len Musgrove, CalCanfield
lnbody Ann Mullen Nancy Nicely Colleen Murphy Kent Hamilton, Mike Eastman.
The Nimitz Student Council is an
organization made up of selected
representatives from their respective
homerooms. The representatives
and the Council officers direct their
activities toward school spirit and
projects which involve student body
participation, sock hops, P.T.A.
membership drive, the competitive
float contest for Home-Coming, the
Most Spirited Homeroom, and the
city-wide school paper drive contest
are some of the many projects which
the Council produces annually.
Student Council Officers, from left to right-
Christy Fox, Treasurer, jill Gale, Secretary,
Lianne McCune, vice-president, Lisa Mc-
Cune, President, in tree, Kurt Webber,
ROW 1, Ann Spurgin, Linda Hanoch, Shari Olinger, Linda Car- ning, Kelli Blackwell Lisa Hodge Tracie Hoss Paul Alexander
son, Steve Wells, Richard Musgrove, Gail Goldman ROW 2, Betty Pierce Margie Korver ROW 4 George Moore
Kathleen McNulty, LuAnne Kuelzer, Connie Robertson, Deb- Stephanie Alexander Missy Sigle Brett Webber Robert Peter
bie Burris, Lori McCune, Rod Beckstrom. ROW 3, Lee Man- son, IODI l9ffFl0S Tony Craig lm-BHI1 lBfffI9S
The Nimitz Red Cross is
concerned with helping
improve the community of
Tulsa. This is done through
such activities as a canned
food drive to aid Neighbor
for Neighbor, an enroll-
ment drive to collect
money for Red Cross, and a
Christmas project of filling
stockings with fruits, nuts,
and toys for the less for-
tunate children of Tulsa.
The Red Cross also spon-
sored the Third Annual
Miss Cantastic Contest as
well as selecting The Most
Red Cross Officers, from left to
right: Tony Craig, Vice-president,
Brett Webber, Parliamentarian, 1'-
nean leffries, President, Betty
Pierce, Treasurer, Debbit Burris,
The students operate and service the 16 mm projectors
that are scheduled by the teachers to show films in the
classroom or the auditorium. The students may also
operate the film strip projector, overhead projector, or
the opaque projector at the teacher's request. Students
are scheduled in this program as in any regular class
and receive credit and grades for adequate perfor-
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ROW 1 Mark Pace Matt Meador Richard Womack, john Woods. ROW 2: Paul Putman, Kevin Wood,
Kelley Brander john Straton john Wheeler, Gene Phillips, Paul Alexander, Kenny Winegarten.
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One of many stage settings made and arranged by the stage
The stage craft 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 and stay after
school to work. This is a
real service to Nimitz, and
anyone who is interested,
especially if they are
creative, may join.
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ROW 1: Mark Pace, Matt Meador, Cheryl Fields, Kathleen Blackwell, Renee DeCou. ROW 3: Tracie Hoss, Wilson
McNulty, Debbie Burris, Mr, Del Patterson, teacher sponsor. White, David Maxwell, Missy Sigle, Stephanie Alexander.
ROW 2: Tracy Bruch, Betty Pierce, Paul Alexander, Kelly
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K-Club Officers conducting a business meeting.
The K-Club is a service organization af-
filiated with the Kiwanis Club Inter-
national. K-Club boys are eighth and ninth
grade students, selected, with faculty ap-
proval, for their leadership ability,
scholarship, and character. They must be
willing to work and donate their time to
school service. They usher at school func-
tions, act as guides on back-to-school
night, assist in seating for assemblies,
decorate the school's Christmas tree, and
any service Nimitz might ask them to help
L-R: jeff Tomlins, Mark Thompson, Alan Page, Kent
Left to right, ROW 1: Mr.
sponsor, Steven Wells, Rich-
ard Womack, Harley Cohen,
Greg Raskin, jeff Tomlins,
Phil Corley. ROW 2: Charles
Clark, Scott Pastor, Alan
Page, Kent Hamilton, Tony
Craig, john Wyrrick. ROW 3:
Brian Castles, Dwayne Mc-
Guire, Robert Lawrence, Da-
vid Maxwell, Brett Webber,
Chi Alpha Mu is a
society opened to
all interested jun-
ior high school stu-
dents who have
shown a desire for
knowledge of the
language of all sci-
matics. As each
new discovery is
made in science,
new math has to be
invented to record
and tell it. The
Nimitz Math Club
was one of the first
junior high groups
to be organized
nationally and they
Left to right-ROW ONE: Richard Oltman, Lisa Poppenhouse, Don Miller, julie McCurry, Rebecca Avery Mr 1
T. Carvell, teacher-sponsor. ROW TWO: Danny Marshall, Leigh Winslow, Tony Craig, Terri Parke Betsy
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Left to right: Terri Parke, julie McCurry, Richard Oltman
Members of the Mast Staff are students in a
second year art class. They are chosen by
Mrs. Warren for their "A" art grades in the
eighth grade, their responsibility, depen-
dability, and willingness to work beyond
what is required as an art student.
Most of the first semester is used to produce
the Mast. They make layouts of pages,
alphabetize class pictures, write copy, iden-
tify pictures, design the cover and division
pages, and draw cartoons.
After the book is sent to the publisher, this
class becomes an advanced art class.
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ROW 1: Mrs. Warren, sponsor. Kathy Herron, janet Fadler, Becky Waugh, Laura johnson, jill Nelson, Anita Sanseverino
Mary Pat Heiman, Tye Steinmeyer, Brooke Boydstun. ROW Crystal Woodard, Betty Pierce, Kim Sellers. ROW 4 Mike
2: Stephanie Gordenier, Kim Goodwin, Nancy Nolan, Sheree Rossiter, Pam Beard, Susan Westmoreland, Kelli Beatty Guy
Harper, Holly Meason, Lee Manning, Angela Shaw. ROW 3: Dohm, Sandy Broadland, Cynthia Keck, Teresa VanMaren
Mr. Meeks and Mr. Patterson, teachers and photographers for the Mast.
They take all pictures for the yearbook except class pictures and large
groups. They were assisted by Vickie Perrine, Mike Rossiter, Tye
Steinmeyer, lill Nelson, and Mark Roberts.
Hooray! The Mast Staff celebrates, for the book is finished,
Brooke Boydstun, Pam Beard, and Kim Sellers
working hard on the Mast.
Mr. Woody Stalnaker of Enterprise
Studio who takes all the class pic-
tures and large groups.
Nimitz students primp in preparation for their class pictures.
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ARE THESE RE LLY TEACHERS?
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Left to right: Lynn Butler, Leesa Woods, Beth Young, Shelly Barsi, Dorothy Bridwell, Connie
0 F F E Banks, Valerie Allison, Molly Gruver, Susan Daugherty, Kathy Heatwole, Sharon Davis, Terri
Parke, Donna Mills.
Valerie Webb, Cindy Suess, Sherry Thompson
john Paganis, Mark Haven, Mark Lofton
A student assistant is doing a school service yet he
receives a grade from the supervising teacher and he
earns regular school credit. To apply for this work, a
student makes a request to his counselor who then
decides if he qualifies by grades and character.
Tammie Wagner, I. P. Stout, Laura Wiley, Theresa Van Maren.
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ADMIRAL' S BA
Left to right-ROW ONE, Mairin Riley, Carmen Nava, Paul
Gilliland, Susan Taylor, Allison Whitmire, David Filgas,
Tamara Ramsey, Marlena Montgomery. ROW TWO, Ken
Anderson, David Dexter, Bob Gent, Frank Kibby, Scott
George, Larry Benzil, Sue Reinkemeyer, Dave Nichols. ROW
THREE, Walt Corbett, Eric Neddles, David Webster, Rusty
Van De Wege, Bruce Porter, George Moore, Steve Wood,
David Herdon, ROW FOUR, Mr. Branson, lack Harker, Scott
Vorenkamp, jim Northcutt, Debbie Rex, jim Ledbetter, Brett
Webber, Susan Chambliss, Brian Castles, Andrea Kunkel
NOT PICTURED: john Carlile, Matt Story
Admiral's Band Officers-left to right-Dana Moses, Bruce Porter, Susan Taylor, Steve
Wood, David Dexter, lack Harker.
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Left to right, ROW ONE, Neil Dotson, julie Borden, Matt
Surrett, Kathy jackson, Charles Robohm, Larry Geiger, Mar-
jean Evans, Mairin Riley. ROW TWO, Edwina Ostapowich,
Lisa Flake, Ken Anderson, Renee Decou, Tim Mitchell, Vicki
Wiman, Ann Baker, loyce Root. ROW THREE, Randy Head,
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Mairin Riley, NOT PICTURED: julie Francis, Nancy Faith
Andrea Kunkel, Mike Haven, Carol Foor, Tony Economou,
Eric Nettles, Bruce Siegal, Renee Cypert. ROW FOUR, Mr.
Branson NOT PICTURED: Eric Cunningham, Nancy Faith,
julie Francis, Tommy Nolan, Ric Schelb, Ward Voight.
Left to right, ROW ONE, Richard Oltmann, jeff Porter, Chuck Gannaway, Tonia Davidson, Frana Davidson, jeff Webster,
Brett Reynolds. ROW TWO, Mr. Branson, Steve Hendon, Steven Curtis, Becky Nelson, Greg Medlock, Don Miller, Randy
Chambers, Fernon Clark.. ROW THREE, Nelson Moore, joe Haven, Garth Wilson, john Catterlin, james Winslow Marvin
Fields, Cheryl Kuelzer, Ken Beard. NOT PICTURED: Betsy Grimm, Mike Harker, jamie McKinney, jay Runyarl, jimmy
Sellers, Craig Slack, jimmy Sturdivant,
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Captain's Band Officers, left to right, joe Haven, Garth Wilson, john Catterlin
Becky Nelson, Fernon Clark.
Left to right, ROW ONE, Matt Currett, Sandra Conover, Paul
Gilliland, Tim Mitchell, David Filgas, Larry Geiger, Mairin
Riley. ROW TWO, Mr. Branson, Dave Nichols, Randy Head,
Susan Taylor, David Hendon, David Dexter, Sue
Reinkemeyer, Allison Whitmire, Ken Anderson. ROW
State Band Officers, left to right, Alison Whitmire, Sue Reinnemeyer Eric
THREE, jack Harker, Eric Nettles, Bruce Porter, Mike Haven,
Susan Chambliss, Brett Webber, Brian Castles, Andrea
Kunkel, Steve Wood, Rusty Van De Wege NOT PICTURED,
Left to right-ROW ONE- Sharon Campbell, Laura Kessler,
Rececca Avery, Andy Pastor, Penny johnstone, Linda Hanoch,
Cathy Hogan, Susan King, Mr. Branson ROW TWO- Patty Hoff,
Robert Bowden, Heidi Hernandez, Brian Allison, Carolyn
Carothers, Cole Nilson, Brenda Whisenhunt, Greg Price. ROW
THREE-Robin Hanoch, Mark Crites, Robin Randolph, DeAnn
Shelton, Rhonda Sparks, Johanna Woodard, Kathy O'brien,
Philip jones. ROW FOUR-Karen Ritchie, Leslie Geiger, Kathy
Green, Laura Jennings, Mark Holt, Laura lnbody, Terry jones,
Rise Farrel, Denise Dohner. NOT PICTURES-Rob Cass, Gil
Cisneros, Dorline Hooker, Tammy McKnight, Chris Shockless,
Scott Terry, Tina Tolbert.
Advanced Chorus Officers - Left to right-
ROW ONE- Beth Bernstein, Teri Clark, jamie
Sunerland, Betty Wheat, Nancy Nicely. ROW
TWO- Betty Pierce, Virginia Stough, Anita
Sanseverino, Ceci Henry, Lisa Harney.
TOP-Betty Pierce, Virginia Slough, Anita Sanseverino, Ceci Henry, Lisa Harney, BOTTOM -
Beth Bernstein, Teri Clark, jamie Sunderland, Beth Wheat, Nancy Nicely.
Advanced Admirals Chorus-FIRST ROW, Melinda Perkins, Nancy Nicely. FOURTH ROW, Anita Sanseverino, jeff Creed,
Missy Lovitt, Stephanie Barnette, Teri Clark, Beth Bernstein, Virginia Stough, Kim Hayes, Tony Craig, Robyn Bailey, Ellen
Kelly Miller, Mr. Branson. SECOND ROW, jerry McClendon, McBride, Tim Varnell, Betty Pierce. NOT PICTURED: lim
Liz Rapp, Sherry Langston, Derrick Wilson, Karen Huls, Beth Barrett, Sandy Becker, Gary Cochran, Judy Stephens, john
Wheat. THIRD ROW, Margie Korver, jamie Sunderland, Pat Straton.
Coleman, Susan Hayslip, Lisa Tracy, Ceci Henry, Lisa Harney,
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Ben Carson, Tim Terrel. ROW TWO - Coach jack Lucas, Mike Eastman, Dino Todd, Rich Conway, Dan Fourcade, Bob Busch,
Steve Wood, Gary Cochran, Robert Latch. ROW THREE - Gary Devore, Kent Hamilton, Charles O'Donnell, Tim Welsh, Glen
Rice, Tim Pfitzer, Dave Green, jeff McCown. ROW FOUR - Coach Tom Holland, Marty Mayfield, Darren Harris, Len
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Left to right - ROW ONE - Richard Bevins, Matt Surrett, Bobby Chasteen, Rod Beckstrom, Scott Lofton, Mark Pace. ROW
TWO - Coach Bruce Twilley, David Keylor, Kelly Brander, jeff Creed, Ken Winegarten, Matt Adkinson, Paul Gilliand, Coach
jim Northcut. ROW THREE - Mike Edson, Chris Brady, jim Northcut, Brian Fail, Rusty Van de Wege, john Blumenthal, Bill
McShane. ROW FOUR - Coach Richard Bevins, Bobby Slater, jon Wheeler, Ed Schelb, Brent Webber, Dwayne McGuire, Cal
Canfield, Chris Inbody, Coach Phil Adamson.
SEVE TH GRADE
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Left to right - ROW ONE - Bo Boaz, Scott Logsdon, Scott Latch, Brett Reynolds, jimmy Sellers, Brad Boaz, Brad Edwards,
Boyd Whitlock, ROW TWO - Coach Don jones, Steve Lewis, Rob Cass, Robert Bowden, Robbie Fretwell, jeff Lewis, Steve
Goforth, Richard Musgrove, Hopper Smith, Coach Tim Piro. ROW THREE - Ronnie Coulson, john Unterweger, Robbie
Lawrence, Philip jones, Bill Hall, Cole Nilson, Robert Franklin, Mark Crites. ROW FOUR-Coach Ted Branson, john Nowlin,
Nelson Moore, joe Haven, Garth Wilson, Donny Thurman, Mark Stranick, Michael Lavelle, jim Terhune, Coach Rex
Reynolds, Coach Robert Latch.
Coaches - jerry Webber and Bill Daniel
NINTH GRADE A TEAM - Louis Fox, Scott Goforth, jay Gunn,
Kent Hamilton, Darren Harris, David Hayes, Robert Latch, Robbin
Morris, Len Musgrove, Greg Raskin, Glen Rice, Mark Thompson,
Kurt Webber, Doug Whitlock, Mark Williams. B TEAM- Tim
Fitzer, Bailey Howell, jeff McCown, David Maxwell, Pat Metz,
Scott Pastor, Pete West, Brian Lewis, Mark Thompson, Tim Kelly,
Mike Eastman, joel Rutherford, Tim Terrell, Alan Page, Keith
Marouk. EIGHT GRADE A TEAM - Chris Brady, john Blumenthal,
Chris Inbody, Matt Story, Matt Surrett, Matt Atkinson, Ed Schelb,
Brent Webber, Gene Howerton, Buddy Davis, Dave Nichols,
Richard Womack, Bobby Slater, Bill McShane, Brian Fail. B TEAM
- Eddie Morris, jim Diacon, Steven Wells, Cal Canfield, Dwayne
McGuire, Kenny Winegarten, jeff Andrews, Paul Alexander,
Wilson White, jim Barrett, Randy Roberts, Kerry Hinton, Dan
Burns, Brian Castler. SEVENTH GRADE A TEAM - Terry Thomp-
son, Mark Stranick, Mark Richards, Steve Goforth, Dave Messer,
Rob Stauder, Robbie Fretwell, Garth Wilson, Thorne Minshall, jim
Terhune, Don Thurman, jeff Lewis. B TEAM - Scott Latch, jerry
Lindemann, Bo Boaz, Mike Bean, Rob Cass, Alan O'Donnell,
David Peak, Ronny Coulson, David Plummer, james Winslow,
Steve Stoney, Tim Mitchell, Greg Price, john Catterlin.
Ribbons won by the team for placing fourth in the Volleyball
Sports Day for all Tulsa junior High Schools.
Left to right-ROW ONE-Sabrina White, Yasi
McGinley, Terri Harrington ROW TWO-
Susan Daugherty, Alyssa Burns, Carol Foor,
Sandy Broadland, l'nean Jefferies.
Eighth grade "A" squad Left to right - ROW ONE -
Marilyn Carney, Kelly Hollaway, ROW TWO - Christy
Meyers, Margaret Bachelor, Marci Haus, Laura Galusha.
ROW THREE - Cindy Loveless, Barbara Hill. ROW FOUR
- Dixie Imel, Lisa Harney.
Ninth grade "A" squad Left to right- ROW ONE - Missy if
Maguire, Yasi McGinley ROW TWO - Laura johnson,
Delene Frazee, Christy Fox, Lisa Hodge. ROW THREE -
Hildy Plost, Becky Waugh, Michelle Fox, jill Gale, Beth
Seventh grade "A" squad Left to right- ROW ONE - Min-
dy Maquire, Nina Story, Patricia Schaffer, Robin Bennett, 4,
Lianne McCune. ROW TWO - Sharon Campbell, Janice
Smith, Lisa Gunn, Sherri Olinger, Melinda Walters.
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Meason, Susan Wheeler, Teri Bennett, Dedee Rowe, Debbie Lewandowski, Ann Mullen.
Eighth grade - ROW TWO - jenny Meyers, lanice Smith, Tracy Shrewder, Kay Tricky, Deb-
bie Burris, Laura Crawley, julie Milsten. ROW THREE - Susan King, Sally Ware, Lou Mc-
Cune, Kari Root, Ellen Horkey, janet Toler.
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ROW 1, Rhetta Robinson, Charles Clark, Bobby Murray, Phil
Corley, Dorothy Bridwell, Kristi McLendon, Kevin Patton, David
Green, lay Gunn. ROW 2: Betty Pierce, Theresa Van Maren, Matt
Berry, Kevin McAlester, Missy Maguire, lim Woodard, Leigh
McGuire. ROW 3: Brian
Bass, Ann Mullen, Darren
Winslow, David Radford, Dewayne
Lewis, Scott Pastor, jill Gale, Russell
Harris, Barbara Huckin, Robert Latch, Danny Fourcade. ROW 4:
Roger Wadley, Laura lohnson, Dicky Neal, Colleen Cline, Holly
Meason, Deana Todd. ROW 5: Dana Carpenter, Tony Economou,
Missy Sigle, Mark Thompson, Paul Braverman, lanna McCurry,
Charles O'Donnell, Chris Christopher, Margy Walker. ROW 6:
Delene Frazee, jeff Tomlins, julie McCurry, Marty Mayfield, Rob-
bie Morris, Kerny Daniels, Kent Kantor, Kim Sellers, Harley
Cohen. ROW 7: Tim Terrell, Steve Wood, Dana Blackwell, Mark
Nelson, Lisa Norton, Doug Whittock, Mary Shelby, Cynthia Cass,
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Left to right-ROW ONE-janet Fadler, Mary Pat Heiman, Sheree Harper,
Holly Meason. ROW TWO-Angela Shaw, Becky Waugh, Laura johnson,
Kathy Herron, Sterch Gordinier. ROW THREE-Brooke Boydstun, Nancy
Nolan, Betty Pierce, Crystle Woodard, Kim Goodwin. ROW FOUR-jill
Nelson, Tye Steinmeyer, Kim Sellers, Sandy Broadland, Lee Manning. ROW
FIVE-Guy Dohm, Susan Westmoreland, Kelli Beatty, Mike Rossiter, Pam
Beard, Theresa Van Maren.
MOST SPIRITED HOMEROOM
MRS. RATLlFF'S 114
Left to right - ROW ONE-Kay Trickey,
Kerry Hinton, Don Burns, Anthony
Romero, Mark Pace, Barbara Hill, Randy
Roberts. ROW TWO - Paull Putman,
Kerry Sparks, Margaret Batchelor,
Carmen Nova, Tracy Shrewder, Kevin
Wood, Cindy Roundsaville. ROW THREE
- Bill Cutsinger, lim Diacon, Lowell Hays,
Bob Gent, Molly Gruver, Matt Adkinson,
Caroline Short. ROW FOUR - Laura
Wiley, Paul Alexander, Bob McCloskey,
Brian Fail, Wilson White, Dede Wolfe,
Cathy Egermeier, Virginia Stough. NOT
PICTURED - Twana Mays, Chris Inbody,
Each year the home room that
contributes the largest amount
to the Red Cross Drive is
named the most generous. This
year it was Mr. Tucker's home
room. But Mrs. Warren's was a
close second and collected
over 400 cans for the canned
food drive and filled more
Christmas stockings than any
other room, so together the
two rooms shared the honor.
Each received a plaque to be
hung permanently in their
Left to right-ROW ONE-Kelly Brander, Margie McKelvey, Donald Stout, Kenny Breeman Dan
, English, joey Beshara, Blake Dickson. ROW TWO-Gregg Batary, Kenny Vick, Andy Loveless Rick
M R Bevins, Larry Geiger, Laurie Graham, Steve Minner. ROW THREE-Kelly Blackwell, Mike Edson
O Steve Mindeman, Chris Brady. ROW FOUR-Roger Ralls, Valerie Webb, Gene Howerton Lee
Hallock, Gary Devore, lon Wheeler, Bobby Wheeler.
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A successful newspaper drive really showed school spirit.
This year Mrs Ratliff s homeroom- 114 - won the
most spirited award because they were the
homeroom which displayed the greatest amount
of leadership and spirit in school sponsored ac-
tivities during the year. The student council
sponsors activities which are rated on a point
system that are accumulative, and Mrs. Ratliff's
homeroom obtained the greatest number of
spirit points for these activities and won the
competitive award of "Most Spirited". A plaque
was presented to this homeroom to be per-
manently displayed in the room.
Left - TOP TO BOTTOM - Anita Sanseverino, Debbie Lewandoski,
Becky Waugh, Ashley Haus, mascot. Right - TOP TO BOTTOM -
Mark Lofton, Doug Whitlock, Marty Mayfield, Michelle Fox, mascot.
As always, homecoming ceremonies were held at
johnson Park, on November 6. The varsity football
players selected Becky Waugh as their queen with
Anita Sanseverino and Debbie Lewandoski as atten-
dants. The team's choice for the king was Marty
Mayfield, with runners-up, Doug Whitlock and
Becky Waugh, an honor roll student, has been a
cheerleader three years and was selected as a
member of the year book staff this year.
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