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Page 16 text:
has iust ma
any New Faces Amon The
ers engage in lively discussion. It seems that Mr. Gordon
e his point.
This seems to be the year for new
teachers. Among the many new faces
added to the faculty were Mrs. Biles,
Mrs. Alexanders, Miss Humble, Miss
Fees, Mr. Potts, Mr. Lower, and Ml: Nutt.
Teachers were not the only additions
to Northeast. There were new classes
tool A course in General Languages, a
one-semester course offered to eighth
'grade pupils, is an introductory course
to foreign language, and includes six
weeks of French, six weeks of Spanish,
and six weeks of Latin, It is designed
to give students an opportunity to de-
cide whether they wish to make further
study of foreign language. Offered also
to the eighth grade is Junior Business
Training, which is also a one-semester
course. lt includes elementary book-
keeping and accounting, filing, use of
business forms, and the writing of busi-
Other new classes included music
harmony, math analysis, and zoology.
CAROL ALEXANDER: GRACE BECK REBA BILES ZAIDA CARTER DOROTHY CLAY
B.A., N. Eastern State M.A., 0.U. B.S., Central St. B.S., O.S.U. M. Ed., 0.U.
Art English Science Typing, Bus. Eng. Couns., Sht. Hd.
JOHNNYE CUNNINGPIAM MOLLIE MAE DAVIDSON GRACE DAVISON HENRY ETTA ELLIS LOIS MARIE FEES
M. Ed., O.U. B.S., Central St. B.S., Wayne St. Univ. M.A., O.U. B. Mus., Tulsa Univ.
Mathematics English, S.S. Couns., Eng. Orchestra
Page 15 text:
Mr. Greene is a man of unfailing kindness and
enerosit He has iven us an inestimable
amount of his time, and has worked tor and with
the students to better Northeast.
He has four daughters, Virginia, Jane, Judy,
and Barbara. Virginia and Jane are both graduates
of Northeast, former Norket Presidents, and Girls
ot the Month. Virginia is now teaching kinder-
garten, and Jane is Executive Secretary ot the
Junior Chamber of Commerce. Judy is in the sev-
' ' ' the sixth
enth grade at Harding, and Barbara is in
grade at Edgemere.
Before coming to Northeast, Mr. Greene was
Vice-Principal at Harding and a teacher ot Mathe-
homa City University and a Master of Arts degre
from Columbia University.
l fAt de ree from Okla-
He has a Bache or o r s g
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Mr. Spangler, our vice-principal, is a great
favorite at Northeast because of his friendliness
and humor. He has been with us since l939. ln the
Air Force for fifteen years, he has served in World
War ll and in the Korean War.
He has one son, Kent, a graduate of Northeast,
who is now married and attending Oklahoma Uni-
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Mas-
ter's Degree in Educational Administration from
the University of Oklahoma.
Page 17 text:
Facult This Y
Something new has been added this year:
classes by T.V.!
Homework is sent to the T.V. teacher, is
graded, and is returned to the students. Pupils
receive two report cards! - one from their T.V.
teacher and one from their classroom teacher.
T.V. classes at Northeast include math analy-
sis, chemistry, science, history, physics, and
A T.V. class as seen through the T.V. antennae.
u le '
Sandy tries to uncover camera-shy Miss T00Cl'0fS H1007 Gnd Pl0l" SYYGYOQY-
EAN FINNELL ZA ZELLE GIFFORD GLADY5 GILLETTE R. M. GORDON WINSTON HAVENSTRITE
A., N.M. Univ.
,S., Central St.
M.A., O. U.
Speech, Play Pro
M.A., Iowa State Univ.
B.S., Ks. Citv Univ.
B iolog y, Zoology
B.S., Central State
B.S., Phillips Univ.
S.S., Phys. Ed.
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