Nimitz Junior High School - Mast Yearbook (Tulsa, OK)
- Class of 1976
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"I Am the Nation . . ."
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I was born on July 4, 1776, and the Declaration of
Independence is my birth certificate. The bloodline of the
world runs in my veins, because I offered freedom to the op-
pressed. I am many things, and many people. I am the Na-
I am 200 million people, living souls and the ghosts of
millions who have lived and died for me.
I am Nathan Hale and Paul Revere. I stood at Lex-
ington and fired the shot heard around the world. I am
Washington, Jefferson and Patrick Henry. I am John Paul
Jones, the Green Mountain Boys and Davy Crockett. I am
Lee and Grant, and Abe Lincoln.
I remember the Alamo, the Maine and Pearl Harbor.
When Freedom called, I answered and stayed until it was
over, over there. I left my heroic dead in Flanders Fields, on
the Rock of Corregidor, and the Black steppes of Korea.
I am the Brooklyn Bridge, the wheat lands of Kansas,
the granite hills of Vermont, the potato fields of Wisconsin. I
am the coalfields of the Virginias and Pennsylvania, the fer-
tile lands of the Mid-west, The Golden Gate and the Grand
Canyon. I am Independence Hall, the Monitor and the
I am big! I sprawl from the Atlantic to the Pacific, three
million square miles throbbing with industry. I am more
than five million farms. I am forest, field, mountain, desert.
I am quiet villages and cities that never sleep.
You can look at me and see Ben Franklin walking down
the streets of Philadelphia with his hreadloaf under his arm.
You can see Betsy Ross with her needle. You can see the
lights of Christmas, and hear the strains of Auld Lang Syne
as the calendar turns.
I am Babe Ruth and the World Series. I am 169.000
schools and colleges, and 250,000 churches where my people
worship God as they like best. I am a ballot dropping in a
box, the roar of a crowd at the stadium, and the voice of a
choir in a cathedral. I am an editorial in a newspaper and a
letter to a congressman.
I am Eli Whitney and Stephen Foster. I am Thomas
Edison, Albert Einstein and Billy Graham. I am Horace
Greeley, Will Rogers and the Wright Brothers. I am George
Washington Carver, Daniel Webster and Jonas Salk.
I am Longfellow, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Walt Whit-
man and Tom Paine. I am Phillip Brooks, Billy Sunday and
Yes, I am the Nation, and these are the things I am. I
was conceived in Freedom and, God willing, in Freedom I
will spend the rest of my days.
May I possess always the integrity, the courage, and the
strength to keep myself unshackled, to remain a citadel of
freedom and a beacon of hope to the world. This is my wish,
my goal, and my prayer on this my birthday, two-hundred
years after I was born.
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"These Are the Times
That Try Men's Souls . ."
1! Captain John Paul Jones unfurled the first Stars and Stripes
over the ocean when the young nation's banner, containing thir-
teen stars and thirteen stripes, was hoisted aboard the Ranger.
2! From the deck of the captured British vessel Serapis, Capt.
Jones and his crew watched as the American man-of-war,
Bonhomme Richard, sank in victory, September 23, 1779. With
the aid of friendly powers-namely France and Holland-and
the leadership of commanders like Jones, the American fleet
was able to effectively combat Britain's naval supremacy in the
3! General John Stark led the colonial forces to victory at Ben-
nington on August 11, 1777. The victory, along with an
American triumph at Saratoga on October 12 of that year
brought France to the colonies' aid as an ally and was the turn-
ing point of the war.
4! Outside of occupied Boston, colonial patriots organized
themselves into a volunteer militia known as the Minutemen.
On the eve of April 18, 1775, British troops numbering more
than 800 were dispatched from Boston to seize colonial
munitions stored at Concord. Forewarned, Paul Revere and
others spread the alarm and the Redcoats were met by a deter-
mined band of Minutemen at Lexington. It was here that the
famous 'tshot heard round the world" was fired. It is not known
which side fired the first shot of that battle which marked the
opening of outright hostilities and led to open war.
51 The surrender of British troops under the command of
General Charles Cornwallis at Yorktown on October 19, 1781,
brought an end to all-out fighting. A few scattered skirmishes
continued for over a year. However, complications of negotia-
tion with England delayed the signing of a peace treaty for
nearly two years. Gfeneral George Washington, commander of
colonial forces, accepted the British surrender at Yorktown and
later presented the captured British flags to the Congress.
"Stand Your Ground. . .
If They Mean to Have a War,
Let It Begin Here. U
Capt. John Parker
If Capt. John Parker uttered those words as the colonial militia under
his command prepared to meet the British troops at Lexington. Those
words and the painting-Spirit of '76-exemplify the dedication and
determination of the American patriots in their fight for independence.
The colonies had organized to express their grievances in an effort to
resolve the differences within the framework of the Empire. Several of
the colonial legislatures had instructed their delegates to the Con-
tinental Congress in Philadelphia to oppose any move toward in-
dependence. The movement for independence was gaining strength
and following the publication of Thomas Paine's Common Sense,
which argued for colonial sovereignty, a resolution was adopted and a
committee of five appointed to draft a declaration of independence.
21 General Washington, who had been appointed commander-in-chief
of American forces by the Second Continental Congress, was a brilliant
military strategist. It was his decision to take his Continentals across
the Delaware River on Christmas night which resulted in the first ma-
jor colonial victory. That victory at Trenton over Hessian mercenaries
gave the ragged army renewed vigor. Supported chiefly through the
printing of Continental currency, the colonial army also went through
the personal fortunes of many American patriots-among them
Washington, Jefferson, Richard Henry Lee and John Adams. These
fortunes were donated to the cause of liberty-a cause supported by
about one-third of the American population which was near 2,000,000
Another one-third remained loyal to the English crown and the
remainder were apathetic. Despite many defeats, the colonies
managed to keep an army in the field as a symbol of American
resistance, to guarantee a negotiated rather than dictated peace.
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or Give Me Death!"
3! Following the victory at Yorktown, Washington refused the offer of
his troops to become king and returned to Philadelphia to aid with the
establishment of a permanent government for the new republicAa
loose alliance of sovereign states held together by the Articles of
Confederation. An envoy composed of Benjamin Franklin, John
Adams and John Jay was sent to negotiate with the British, It was not
until 1783 that the peace agreement, known as the Treaty of Paris, was
signed, guaranteeing the sovereignty of the United States of America.
The Articles of Confederation, despite many weaknesses, served to un-
ity the states until 1787 when a special convention was held at
Independence Hall in Philadelphia to revise them. The meeting was
attended by fifty-five of the most-prominent men of the day. Twentye
nine of the delegates representing a majority of the states met on May
25 and decided to draft an entirely new constitution rather than am-
mend the Articles of Confederation. The meeting then became known
as the Constitutional Convention.
4! The men who assembled for the Constitutional Convention were an
illustrious group with nearly every delegate a person of prominence in
his home state. A large majority favored a strong central government.
After four months of debate, on September 17, 1787, the new constitu-
tion was completed. ln a little more than four months, six states had
ratified the new constitution. Despite the good beginning, the fight for
ratification was bitter and it was not until September 13, 1788, that
the necessary two-thirds majority of the states had approved the docu-
ment and Congress could call for states to choose their electors and
congressmen. Several of the states had ratified the constitution with
the provision that it would be amended. Thus, as one of its first official
acts under the new constitution, the Congress added the first ten
amendments known as the Bill of Rights. Washington was un-
animously elected President and a new nation was launched on a
course of democracy.
"Give me your tired,
Your huddled masses
yearning to breathe free,
The wretched refuse
of your teeming shore,
Send these, the homeless,
tempest-tossed to me
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Julie Jernigan and Parents accepting Spelling Award from
IVIR. JIIVI NORMAN
NIR. RON WHEATON MRS. RHETTA ROBINSON
7th AND am DEAN GF GIRLS AND
GRADE COUNSELOR 9th GRADE COUNSELOR
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Mrs, Betty Marsh
Mrs. Marsh receiving her daily sick calls,
Nurse's aide, Rebecca Avery, treating student with head
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THE TEACHER OF THE YEAH
"Nothing is certain in life except death and taxes," so said Ben Franklin, This was true until 1974 when Ann Spurgin came
to Nimitz Junior High.
Her math students knew whenever they needed help and guidance she was certain to be there, not only in the classroom, but
before and after school.,
The Nimitz Red Cross, which she sponsored, depended on her for leadership, organization, and understanding in their nu-
merous, successful projects and were never disappointed,
Finally, the students, the faculty, and the staff of Nimitz Junior High discovered a true friend as each became acquainted
with Ann Spurgin, an outstanding "Teacher of the Year,"
cers with their successful
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Mr. Jerry East
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Miss Phyllis Henry Mrs. Janet Ratliff
Math Miss Cindy Leonard Eflgllsh
Mrs, Mary Holley
Mr. John Miller
Mrs, Florinda Roberts
Miss Charlotte Rowe
Girls Physical Education
Mr. Roger VanDenhende
Miss Carolyn Trotter
Mrs, Jane Trotter
Mr, Theo Williams
Boys Physical Education
Mrs, Henri Warren
Mr. Cecil Tucker
Miss Carol Zwinggi
U,S, History English
Miss Rosalee McMullen
Mr. Tim O'Ha1loran
Intern Science Teacher
Mr. John Turner
Intern Art Teacher
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Bailey, Row 2, Franpis Robertson, Loretta Johnson, Zelma Ross, Beverly Philcoff, Mabel Idol,
manager, Dorothy Rinehart.
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Leonard Allmendinger Cindy Baker
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Chris Ekren Sarah Ellis
J.J. Ewens John Farmer
Marvin Fields Mark Filer
Mike Ford Robert Franklin
Ken Freeman Robert Fretwell
Jim Garland Brad Gawey
Lisa Glenn Steve Goforth
Brent Gordon Cecilia Graham
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Laura Jennings Penny Johnstone
Scott Jones Kris Kadkel
Susan King Wanda Kitdhens
Terry Kopsky Cheryl Kuelzer
Scott Latch Mike La Velle Stan Lawrence
Barbara Layfield Jeff Lewis Steve Lewis
Jerry Lindeman Robert Little Linda Logan
Scott Logsdon Valarie Longacre Sondra
Missy Maguire Jennifer Mansell Lowrance
EIG HTH GRADE
Danny Marshall Pam Mattinson Linda Maxwell
Mike McCartney Lianne McCune Lori McCune
Janet McIntosh Terry Kat McNulty
Bill McShane McLemore David MGSSGI'
Steve Metz Greg Medlock Marc Mi1St9Il
Tim Mitchell Becky Mohn
Nelson Moore April Morris
Richard David Myers
Musgrove Cole Nilson
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Kelly Pearce John Patton David Pfeifer
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Kari Root Jay Runylm John Sauls
Patricia Schafer Ric Schelb Jimmy Sellers
Carolyn Shannon Kathy Sharp Jimmie Shaw
DeAnn Shelton Vic Sherrell Craig Slack
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Hadkell Bass Patty Bass Sheryl Beatty Er1c Beckstrom
Leigh Bowden Anthony Bowen
Julie Burton Hans Bussmam
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Lisa Cox Joe Craig Scott Coulson Laurie Dean
Carolyn Clark Danny Clayton Tonya Cress Bill Dupont
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John Doak Mike Doudican Robbie Duncan Glenn Dunham Aileen Dunn Sharon Farris
Nancy Eames Gwen Edwards Michael Esche Cary Eskridge Anne Fodler Sarah Frazee
Robyn Failing Bobby Faith
Warren Fields Susan Flaxbart
Angie Garland Todd Gatewood
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Karen Green Greenwood Shavm Harris Dianna Hartig Kendall Holmes
Monte Goen Laura Hancock Kevin Grandpre Megan Hawkins Cathy Hayes
John Heiman Jack Henry Christy Holbut
Jana Lisa Holt Nina Horn
Hollingsworth Seth Howell Dick Huls
Marianne David Ives Donnie Jackson Brad Johnson Eric Johnson
Ingraham Mike Joslin Teresa Kellogg Karen Kemper Karl Kemper
Landy Jones Kyle Kirk Leslie Knight Bryan Koepke Lisa Kress
Jim McCoy Loretta
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Robing Mayes Doug Maritim
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Sandra Lake Jerry Langston Steve Tom McCo1lough
Eric Liggett Bruce Little Lewandowski Kevin Lowary
Mike Kohl Leslie Kress Larry Loyd David
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Robert McQuirk John McShane Karl Means
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Susan Ritchie Roger Root Lynne Shupert Kristen Spearing
Andy Bill Savage Stuart Smith Susan Scott
Sanseverino Gary Schmidt Cheryl Scott Jeff Smith
JeH Spenser Greg Sharp Chucky Shaw Tommy Surber Mitch Surrett Bobby Talley
Allen Shannon Russell Smith Sky Stanton Sherri Taylor Steve Terrell Cathy Terrey
Jim Smith Mary Lynn Staab Stephanie Stacy Stone Bob Stovall Radley Sumner
Brenda Taylor Joe Vincent DeAnn Waller Lori Waugh
Jimmy Tillman Bryan Wells Mary West Lee Wheeler
David Tipton Don Tobey Donna Todd Hai Tran
Cindy Weedin Eric Untermeyer Brian Whitson Kirk Welch Ricky Williams Cathy Williams Kathy Young
Harold White Larry Wehrle Jim VanMaren Susan Whitworth Tim Wolf Stuart Wolff
Row 1- Mr, Aldrich, Karl Means, Lianne McCune, Teri Harrington, Lee Wheeler, Susan King, Row 2- Sky Stanton, Sally John-
son, Merilyn Carney, Gena Campbell, Kelly Holloway, Melinda Walters, Cindy Weedin. Row 3- Linda Logan, Laura Crawley,
Christy Holbert, Jennifer Mansell, Patricia Schafer, Christy Myers, Blair Lewis, Ellen Horkey. Row 4- DeeAnne Shelton,
Julie J ernigan, Kay-Dawn Gable, Cal Canfield, Brian Fail, Dixie Imel, Kay Trickey, Janice Holmes, Steven Wells.
The Student Council this year is sponsored by Mr. Aldrich, a
Nimitz science teacher. Some of the activities the Council has done
are having a paper drive in which they earned over 500 dollars, a
Nimitz Birthday Week, and an all-school talent show. During the
Birthday Week, they had a room decorating contest and the winners
received spirit points. At the end of the week there was a sock hop
with free birthday cake for everyone. During Patriotism Week, there
were singing valentines, red, white, and blue dayg assemblies with
slpeakers such as Cal Tinneyg and a hoe-down western dance to end
Student Council Officers- Ellen Horkey, Julie Jernigan, Lianne
McCune, Kay Dawn Gable, Marilyn Carney
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Lawrence, Wilson White, Rusty Van Dewedge, Sue Reinkemeyer, Krls Kaskel, Mindy Maguire
Contributions of more than 51,500 for the Enrollment Drive, 1,542 stockings to the Christmas Stocking Drive and thousands
of cans for the Canned Food Drive are just a few of the many achievements of the Nimitz Red Cross this year.
The Nlmitz Red Cross strives to aid the community in various ways throughout the year.
This year the Red Cross also sponsored a foster child, Tse Lai Chu, in Hong Kong, and initiated two new projects: the
Woodland Park Home Project designed to provide recreational activities once a month for retarded adults and a Spring Carnival
to raise money for a gift for the school,
The school year, as always, came to a close with the Red Cross presentation of The Most Generous Homeroom award.
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Row 1 Teri Harrington, Kilton Holmes, Scott Smith, Fernon Clark, Tammy Black, Richard Oltmann Row 2
Mr, Carvell, Paul Putnam, Brett Brooks, Rob Stauder, Tim Mitchell, Marilyn Morton
Chi Alpha Mu, the Math Club, is an organization dedicated to the advancement of the student's interest
in mathematics. Members learn how to solve algebraic equations by the use of slide rules, adding machines
and other enjoyable and educational means. They meet the first Tuesday in every month, Anyone is eligible
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Row l Richard Womack, Paul Alexander, Lee Hallock, Mike Zigmunt, Bill Cutsinger, Joey Beshara, Rod Beck-
strom Row 2 Brian Castles, Robert Lawrence, Wilson White, Ed Schelb, Brett Webber, Gene Howerton, Rusty
Mr, Roger VanDenhende, social studies teacher, sponsors this group and the officers are Robert Law-
rence, presidentg Rod Beckstrom, vice-presidentg Lee Hallock, secretaryg and Gene Howerton, treasurer,
This service organization is affiliated with the Kiawanis Club International, Eighth and ninth grade boys
are selected with faculty approval for their leadership ability, scholarship and character. They must be
willing to work and donate their time to school service.
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The Mast Staff is comprised of advanced, second year art
students. Only 17 are chosen by Mrs, Warren for their
good character, discipline, art and scholastic ability. Almost
a semester and a half are spent on doing the yearbook, the
class studies art the rest of the year,
bottom row- Boyd Altman, Debbie Burris, Joey Be-
shara, Laura McQuirk, Row 2, Rod Beckstrom, Laura
Crawley, Mark Roberts, Susan Thomas, Caroline
Short, Row 3, Julie Jernigan, Jeff Wetzel, Ronald
Sauls, Ed Shelb, Drake Henderson, Joni Jeffries,
Mr, Del Patterson,
social studies teacher takes
all the snap-shots for the
yearbook, Mrs, Warren and
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A student assistant is doing a school service. He receives a grade from the Supervising teacher, and earns regular school
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who create sets, props, and other stage properties DeCou, Pat Coleman, Cheryl Fields, Becky Bruch. Row 2:
needed for assemblies and plays, These students Tracy Bruch, Vicky Smith, Kilton Holmes, Robert Lawrence,
come before school and stay after school to work. Brian Castle, Rusty Vandewege, Marvin Fields.
Anyone who is interested, especially if they are
creative, may join. This school service group does
not receive a grade or credit for this valuable
service to their school
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METAL SHOP AIDE
Row 1: Teri Harrington, Karen Huls, Debbie Burris,
Hope Hallock, Sandra Conover, Kathy Daily Row 2:
Tawana Mays, Dixie lmel, Debbie Rex, Pam Brown.,
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The Nimitz volleyball team was composed of eleven
selected players. They practiced every day after school XE? '
after Christmas vacation until the first games. They won .A ,
all four matches that they played January 24, winning - 2. QM-P
their bracket. At the finals they won one out of the two l S
matches they played, winning 3rd place of the 20 teams sk '
that competed, Congratulations! JJ!
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Admiral's Band Officers Left to Right Brett Webber,
Secretary, Sue Reinkemeyer, Librarian, Dave Nichols,
Head Librarian, Dana Moses, Librarian, Matt Story,
President Not Pictured: Brian Castles, Vice-
Row 81 Tonia Davidson, Jimmy Sellers, Frana Davidson, Randy Chambers, Kathy Jackson, Tamara Ramsey, Jeff
Webster, Marlene Montgomery, Richard Oltman Row 452 Mr. Branson, Becky Nelson, Larry Geiger, Carmen Nava,
Dana Moses, Cheryl Kuelzer, Maggie Tanner, Greg Medlock, Mike McCartney, Kathy Daily Row 63 Steve Hendon,
Brent Olson, Dave Nichols, Garth Wilson, Walt Corbett, Sue Reinkemeyer, Paul Gilliland, David Filgas, Fernon
Clark Row 34 Frank Kibby, Rusty VanDewege, Brian Castles, John Catterlin, Jim Northcutt, Brett Webber, Debbie
Rex, Andrea Kunkel, Joe Haven, Matt Story, Vince Bryan Not pictured: Ken Beard, Bob Gent, Nelson Moore, Jon
Ray, Shelly Reynolds, Craig Slack, Greg Smith, Ward Voight, Betsy Grimm,
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Grent Olsson, Vicki Wiman Not Pictured: Lisa Wilson, MarJean Evans
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Allen, Tammy Black, Susanne Gotcher, Karl Kemper, Damon Boggs, Kerry Lowary, Row 3- Tonya Cress, Brian Whitson,
Bill Savage, Eric Liggitt, Gwen Potter, Eric Castles, Mitch Surrett, Stephen Lewandowski, Row 4- Susan Whitworth, Gary
Sclunidt, Marilyn Morton, Michael Root, Russell Smith, Haskell Bass, Robert Reinkemeyer, Robert Daily, Dawn Ratliff,
Not Pictured: Gerri Bond, Sally J ohnson, Robert Mitchell, Radley Sumner, Cathy Terry
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The stage band is opened to all students enrolled
in mus1c classes They meet before school and receive
no credit or grade Mr Branson works with them and
they play for assemblies and special programs. They
have lots of fun as mdicated by their willingness to
come early to school to practice This is an espec-
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proud to have
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Row 1341 Sherri Taylor, Larry Geiger, Carmen Nava, Steve Hendon, Tamara Ramsey, Row 82 David Filgas, Paul Gilliland,
Sue Reinkemeyer, Dave Nichold, Randy Head, Dana Moses Row 63 Andrea Kunkel, Debbie Rex, Brian Castles, Jim Norhcutt,
Brett Webber, Matt Story, Rusty VanDewege
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John Hieman, Secretary
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Row 41 Jana Hollingsworth, Elizabeth Kendall, Cathy Collins, Joe Craig,
Karen Green, Lore Dean, Larry Wehrle, Mary West, LizAnn Greenwood,
Mefford, Kate Nilson
Mr. Branson, Not Pictured: John Heiman, Phillip
Row ffl Tracy Phillips, Sherry Anderson, Deann Waller, Jeff Spencer, Patrica McCartney, Kathy Young, Anthony
Bowen, Loretta McKellvly, Mr, Branson Row 62 Libby Andress, Todd Gatewood, Teri Russel, Ann Allison, Brad
Johnson, Kay Gerricks, Brenda Taylor, Tammy Gilbert, Penny Johnstone Row 33 Andy Lucas, Daryl Baker, Scott
Coulson, Nila McBride, Judy Tanner, Patty Blight, Jenny Myers, Mike Doudican, Don Tobey, Kelly Holloway, Carmen
Nava Row 94 Teri Crites, Christy Myers, Lisa Harney, Andy Sanservarino, Kathleen Hall, Virginia Stough, Marci
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has been the right arm of Mr, Branson and the mixed chorus
helper for the past two years, This lovely and talented
musician will go far in the music world of Memorial High
School. Everyone at Nimitz will be missing Virginia, es-
pecially the Vocal Music Department,
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NIIVIITZ NEWSPAPER DRIVE
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Mr, Carvell's homeroom brought the
largest amount of newspaper for the
Nimitz's paper drive. This gave the
school a nice amolmt of money which
was presented to Julie Jernigan,
Student Council, in a special assembly
This will be used to buy a gift for the
school. The drive was sponsored by
the Student Council and fathers of the
student, Mr. J ernigan, Mr, Holmes,
Mr, White helped to transport them
to the paper company, The Student
Council greatly appreciate the
hard work and enthusiasm of the
students, especially H.R. lll for
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Jamie Sunderland, Elise McLaughlin, Dawn Balentine, Jay Ranger, John Myers, Row 3-Jim Wilson, Marty Bernstein, Kevin
Wood Kim Hayes, Mark Vogle, Rodney Gibson, David Oliver, Chip Keely, Row 4-Charlie Williams, Fred Munier, Kelly Black-
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grade asst.: Robin Randolph and Suzanne Metz, 8th grade Valerie Miller, Kay Trickey. Bottom: Randy Roberts,
squad leader: Gail Goldman, Front Row--Vice President: Eddie Moris, Steve Wells, Wilson White, Jim Diacon.
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Logan, Deanne Shelton, Suzanne Metz, Linda Hanoch, Lisa Wilson,
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Row 1- Janice Holmes, Laura Galusha,
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Cheryl Scott, Katie Nilson. Row 3-
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Jerry Smith, Row 32 Joe Craig, Lee Wheeler, Eric Ligitt, Brian Wells, David Franks, Radley Sumner, Adam
Kimberly, Rob Carr, Hopper Smith, Stuart Smith, Row 93 Mr, Clay Roberts, Mr, John Busherr, Keith Marouk,
Mike Levelle, Charley Willam, Lee Hallock, Charley Cucklow, Ken Beard, John Nowlin, Mr, Jim Bushan
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