Northeastern Oklahoma A and M College - Viking Yearbook (Miami, OK)

 - Class of 1970

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A student shortage, created by World War ll-fewer than 200 were enrolled-made difficult the justification of the limited study programs remaining. Higher edu- cation, dependent upon state aid, was financially insecureg the junior college curriculum was criticized, the argument being that several programs of study were irrelevant to higher educa- tion. A curtailment of activities at Northeastern Oklahoma Junior College had already become an issue of some political importance. Called to assume the position of leadership during that time of crises for higher education in Northeastern Oklahoma was Bruce G. Carter, a young and confident administrator of the National Youth Administration for Oklahoma. In January, 1970, after a period of nearly twenty- seven years, during which the college has undergone a complete metamorphosis, Dr. Bruce G. Carter will resign his responsibilities as President of the College. lnheriting a campus of five worn, dust-red brick buildings, a ten-member faculty, and an annual budget of S30,500, the new president soon demonstrated the ability and dignity of office he was so admirably equipped to command. Dr. Carter initiated a promotional campaign among area business and community leaders, encouraging them to sponsor scholarships for deserving young men and women, from his ef- forts has emerged one of the most outstanding endowment programs among junior colleges. at wh f Wh li ,, The quality of education, as well as the curricula, was dramatically improved-attesting to a con- stant betterment is the current high percentage of faculty who hold Master and Doctoral degrees. An infant agricultural program, initiated as part of the college's curricula soon after Dr. Carter's inaugural, has achieved splendid recognition for its record of judging championships as well as for its vocational and instructional graduates. A new vocational-technical program was launched, programs in the fine arts fdrama, music, art, and stagecraftl were innovated. A master of the public relations field and an advocate of physical, as well as intellectual and tech- nical skills, the president promptly instituted highly successful physical education programs in inter- collegiate athletics and girls' drill teams. "Golden Norsemen" have become synonymous with "excel- lence," and the "Norse Stars," an organization that Dr. Carter considers "his team," has displayed poise and southern charm everywhere they have performed. Football, basketball, baseball, track, tennis, golf, and cross-country have attained national prominence. Such sports as swimming, archery, and gymnas- tics now add versatility to an impressive list of variety and intramural pursuits. ln the early years of leadership, Dr. Carter served as administrator, public information director, teacher, and counselor. The new president, with his young family, even assumed the responsibility of head resident of one of the student dormitories. Today, the President strides to his office from a lovely traditional, Georgian brick home on the west edge of the campus, such proximity allowing constant communication with the students. -N ln the more than a quarter century of Dr. Carter's leadership, the annual operating budget has risen to well over 1.6 million dollars, the faculty has grown to over ninety members. Since 1961, when a long range campus developmental blueprint was accepted, construction of new facilities has progressed at a phenomenal rate. Such improvement has enabled the college to nearly double its enrollment to 2,500 students. The City of Miami has responded to growth plans, with accep- tance of Urban Renewal planning, which has permitted much of the construction progress over the last four years. Older facilities have been renovated, the campus itself has been attractively beautified. A central mall with walkways, chimes, fountains, and statuary, is the paramount feature of the "new" cam- pus. Dr. Carter's background and life is similar to that of Horatio Alger. Born in 1904, one of twelve children in a farm family, he was destined to a life of hard work, however, individual initiative was not lacking in the young lad from Chickasha, Oklahoma. Although he withdrew from formal education upon completion of the eighth grade to help support his family by working in a dry cleaning establishment, at age nineteen, with determination, he decided to complete high school. Entering the high school acad- emy at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, he worked persistently to graduate in only two years. Three years later, in 1928, he was granted a Bachelors Degree. He had finished an eight year course of study in only five. Despite the heavy academic load, the determined scholar worked in his spare time, hauling students' laundry on his back to cleaning establishments in town. During his stay at OBU, with effective management, his student laundry concession provided the necessary funds not only to com- plete college, but to buy a new automobile. He earned a Doctorate in Education at the University of Oklahoma in 1948. ,,,..4 ,df g l 'QQ :is- nz ,.,: . ., , .,,., , Navi-.-..,' - 1. A-,,- 4. M Dr. Carter, today, admits that he was tempted to turn his business acumen into a highly profitable endeavor. He continues to regard his work experience as a precious investmentg never has he disdained the state of the working man. Today, in a time of rising student expenses, he will spend much time and effort to see that a determined student has the opportunity to work his way through college. He admits that he has been skeptical of some students' ambition for success in the occupational and professional worldg on the other hand, the resourcefulness of some young men and women little surprises the veter- an administrator. The retiring president has retained his warmth and regard for young people. Giving of his personal financial resources and counseling time, Dr. Carter has invested much in higher education. He has in- vigorated and revitalized the Student Senate into a vibrant and responsible organization. Student rep- resentatives, meeting frequently with Dr. Carter, share with him his candor and respect for the individ- ual. Under his guidance, students often propose beneficial ideas related to improvement of environment, activities, conduct, curricula, and social and cultural pursuits. Dr. Carter has maintained that his office door is "always open" to anyone with an idea or problem. The NEO administrator has served as President of the Miami Rotary Club and Chamber of Com- merce and has been a member of the Parks and Recreation Board for over twenty years. He was Chair- man of the Ottawa County Semi-Centennial in 1957 and helped formulate the Ottawa County Historical Society in 1960. He has occupied leadership positions in the state and local Democratic organization. Professionally, he has served as President of the Council of North Central Junior Colleges, an organiza- tion with over 250 member schools, located in nineteen states. ff 1 We l X 'V X K X 'P-I 3 . , xl 3 , l 6 L Qjkri. X' ---legif. '- l -- Dr. Carter regards his long career of public service as part of his stewardship responsibilities as a Christian and churchman. The young Bruce Carter was State President of the Baptist Young PeopIe's Union and often led in the organization of summer Bible schools in his early teaching career. A life-long Southern Baptist and former chairman of the Board of Deacons in the First Baptist Church of Miami, he is presently on the Executive Board of the nation-wide Southern Baptist Convention. He formerly pre- sided as President of the Oklahoma Baptist University Alumni Association, being presently active in Alumni Development activities. A pioneer in junior college education in Oklahoma, Dr. Carter affirms that he is not retiring, but only accepting another position in the field of education. He will become Executive Director of the Alumni Development Progr'am for Higher Education in Oklahoma, and if predictions of his associates are accurate, Dr. Carter may yet become a pioneer of a quarter-century of work in this new area as well. .AIN A GRAND FINALE xx M G me xi ! Q1 4-1 ,Q 5 m A F 59 f T? 8551 TABLE OF CGNTENTS Administration- Sophomores . Organizations. Sports ..... Activities . . . Royalty .... Freshmen . . Faculty .....13 .....31 .....77 ....105 -..129 ....153 ....167 ,Q v I ' ,dvi " P .. rf' A WLT gwx gz R I xx YES? Q ' . n 5 0 I ,www H 'E 1 3 4 rf 8 ET ,e Y' Kai?'egriffiprzmaggffiif af' Az' ff' 1 i'?,Mii," 71 Vmfzffsiir, x V ' vslsfifr mcg , gms! W -f ,:1'.' - mm.a::5Yf 'inf 7 g gi? -1 , :fi ig r 5 H51 ' '42 V , D525 , gzk, M r V w,,,'y W'-4 1 zf ' 3' :,-55 wg , gi -'QZWH -5 ,Lago I 9 ' E2 , 22 K Q , Q 5 lf' 'f Q 'A 1 'il '4 .W Q 22 .iw QV?- f 1 iff WEL' A, A, ruszgffxg. M "film fffvwsi'-Y" z 1 3 7 , :rg Wawar The Honorable Dew 'fi' Governor of Oklar ' -waz' K 5 P K 1 ,:-3 ,- F OKLAHOMA STATE FIEGENTS FOR HIGHER EDUCATION ff Dr. E. T. Dunlap Harry P. Conroy Exall English G Ellis Gable Chancellor Chairman Vice Chairman Secretary John J. Vater, Jr. Donald S. Kennedy Assistant Secretary Mrs. Jewell Ditmars William T- Payne Goodwin Broaddus, Jr. Joseph W. Morris BOARD OF REGENTS FOR THE OKLAHOMA STATE UNIVERSITY AND A8tIVI COLLEGES Mr. W. D. Finney Mr. Forrest Mclntire Mr. James Ballinger Executive Secretary President State Board of Agriculture f"Q"1. W-wasps-Q Mr. John C. Burwell Mr. Herman E. Duncan Armon H. Bost Chairman Mr. Burke Healey Mr. H. C. Hitch, Jr. Mr. Richard James Mr. Robert H. Smith Vice Chairman ,,,.. ., ,, , q,,wfmfm Q me , f , ADMINI SME l i '5' isg5if.ifgi4:, H amm ,. ,. , , Q 4f H, if Ahgfii' ,ff ,aw 1 45 gg-7 ' Q MW : h 47 V M nd? R 1, fiyxfw A , , K. .,4.L, ,., ee , igfflf q. A F M u, A 1 '35 Q5 I 2 Wiiiwf y 355 , mf ...,. Q , . 3 Awgsffifs,,QwW,,-M H f , w--, ,,,rM-sm , W Maw 4 5 f ifaeiiifff ig 2 ' N W "' Eau L ' M 24? - I 'QW Wg f w w "..,,..,,5ff w W '-lm,,Eff-H,:f,1f.' A 1 'Ml fa , , i M N .,,, 4 gg x J J, I B WI: 4 Q W , A W gg? 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Creech President Bortheastern Obklnhnmzx 2.6: Qiullege OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT miami, Qgklnhnma 14354 I want to express my very real pleasure and honor for the opportunity to serve as President of Northeastern Oklahoma AKLM College. This is a beautiful campus with fine facilities for faculty and students. I shall do my very best to continue improvement of the educational opportunities available to students of this school and to the citizens of Oklahoma. I extend a warm welcome to prospective students. Our enrollment is small enough that we can give personal attention which is so important, yet we are large enough to have a wide variety of curricular offerings. Our two- year Liberal Arts and Vocational-Technical programs rank among the best. Students have many and varied opportunities to participate in competitive and intramural sports as well as social and fine arts activities. This yearbook tells the story of Northeastern AGM ---- and it is a proud story. If you are genuinely interested in securing an education, you can get a good start at Northeastern Oklahoma AGM College. Sinc er ely, QW D. D. Creech President DDC fvw Dr. Cecil Ferree Academic Dean Dr. Ferree dictates a letter to his secretary, Dorthea Miller. ACADEMIC DEAN 1 . 4 Dr. Ferree congratulates Raymond Boyd for fine as- sistance in co-curricular projects. Students are always welcome to visit with Dean Ferree REGISTRAR L " Q Sslgsiig Q if 'C " r.. H ,X . . l . .5 , swf 1 we 1.4 2 if - 5 ' . Q.. 5 N i , r, -W Q S Q R by as ' ' ' y - 5, 'S sh K ew L siigioaqi ,f will-2 if ,K SQQE .ws R R 'MN V is K RR f elf. gi R Mrs. Hutts and Mrs. Thompson check the daily mail. Mrs. Elizabeth Hutts Registrar , .... . w's"""- . 15- ' xt, ' YW Mrs.JanaThompson The registrar's office provides information for student en Agsisfanf Registrar rollment, enormously large in volume each day. Mildred G. Carter Business Manager BUSINESS IVIANAGEFZ Serving as business manager involves careful and precise manage ment of all college funds, thus entailing long work days. Z Supervision of clerical duties is another responsibility. N. Q3 .mini ,X , . --N, Sf- i' I . K X , Pat Smith, seated, discusses an invoice with Mrs. Carter. 17 DEAN GF WOMEN rm 0312522 0? Dean Roddy, sponsor of The Order of Freyja, served as hostess for the alumni tea. Dean Roddy occasionally finds time for relaxation. f ! Miss Mary Roddy Dean of Women -nk- Dean Roddy's psychology class makes visits to Eastern State hospital. DEAN OF IVIEN S. A. Robertson Sarah Marcum explains the procedure for completing a work Dean of Men study employment application. gk: f Annette Wall Qseatedl and Sarah Marcum sort applications for student positions as a portion of their duties in the Financial Aids Office. DEAN GF STUDENT AFFAIRS . 45" N N:,. .. A .,.,,. ' ' - at M A in Student papers often provide humorous epi- sodes. Dr. Charles Angle Dean of Student Affairs A busy day is often interrupted by numerous calls from per sons seeking information about the college. UBRARY COUNSELOR Bruce Lehman DIVISION OF AGRICULTURE Bill Able Agriculture Jary Douglas Agriculture J. C. Miller Agriculture Harry Synar Chairman Agriculture . Harry Synar and Joe Blakemore take an active part in Grubby Day, as one ofthe campus activities. Jary Douglas works during enrollment with class sectioning. lVlr. Miller counsels Ron Morgan on his fall enrollment. DIVISION OF BIOLOGICAL AND EARTH SCIENCE Laboratory assignments project the student into realistic endeavors. Samuel Wells Geology Rose Wilkins Physical Education Virginia Wilson Norse Stars Robert Maxwell Physical Education Jack Wallace Charles Bowman Athletic Director Don Caskey Botany David Dallas Biological Science Waymon Gibson Biological Sciences Cletus Green Basketball, Physical Education Richard Gwinn Physical Education, Football Physical Education ,ADW Archie Gwartney Business Joetta Melton Business Ava Sherwood Business Homa Thomas Chairman Business George Weaver Business Marie Williams Business Vernon Young Business DIVISION OF BUSINESS Homa Thomas, Chairman of the Business Education Division, works with his student employees, Grace Eddings fstandingl and Mary Lou Box. 24 George Weaver fleftj and Vernon Young, Business Education instructors, discuss progress in courses they teach. Bob Anderson English and Humanities Raymond Boyd English Doris C. Burnes Languages Nicholas Calcagno Humanities Helen Durham English Pauline Gibson English Jerold Graham Speech John Hammons English i -- we - w asgwg ' S ' I . I. -' - . I ' " 2 -jk . " ' ' Efi??5f?5 . 2 DIVISION OI- COMMUNICATIONS Donald Nichols Dramatics Georgene Payne Developmental Reading Jack Rucker English Carl St. Clair State Technician Clair Tromsness English Bob White Speech Shirl White Chairman Speech Bobby Woods Journalism Fiogena Harrison English Dr. Weldon Marcum Literature-Old Testament Ruth Ann Maxwell English I l -- l ,. is aH""'0- DeMaris Gaines Music Mary Mann ' Home Economics Kathryn Paige - Art ...w-tsuqpk Kenneth Richards Chairman Music Robert Swanson Music-Band 'K Bonnie Synar Home Economics Charles Thomas Music fhe music department p rio v i d e s sound proof rooms for music lessons. . ARPIFRS x A 4 I If S! NEO offers PICISSS in hafp instruction. The Home Economics department is now neaded by Mrs. Mann and Mrs. Synar. DIVISION GF FINE ARTS DIVISION GF ENGINEERING Gracie Coble Mathematics B. J. Heinrich Chemistry Jerry Hollis Chemistry J. E. Lowry Mathematics John J. Micka Chemistry Oran Need Mathematics Eugene Prevett Mathematics John Thiesing Mathematics valid? 'WM' ,qu-4493 William Bennett Social Sciences William Call Sociology Richard Cook Law Enforcement E.J. Grieshaber Chairman Social Science DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Mr. Moffatt gives additional information to students to help them complete a test. Rufus Maynard Social Sciences AI Moffatt Sociology Don Flominger History--Physical Education John Tiger History-Physical Education 59" WWW Mr. Grieshaber proof reads a test typed by his secretary viii? Www Joe Ables Chairman Vocational-Technical Leonard Bachman Drafting Carol Barnett Practical Nursing Elmo Benedict Vocational-Technical Merrill Chaney Woodworking Bobbie Christie Practical Nursing Eldon Divine Vocational--Technical James Grover IBM DIVISION OF TECHNOLOGY Dorothy Hall Practical Nursing Joe Holland IBM Jesse Jones IBM Leland Kordis Electronics Bernard Luster Vocational-Technical Dr. Clark McQuigg Physics L. C. Melton Auto Mechanics Carol Ann Morris Practical Nursing James Reese IBM Leonard Smith Vocational-Technical Dorothy Wendelken Practical Nursing J. D. Wilhoit Drafting Mary Roddy B.J. Heinrich Dean of Women Chemistry Instructor TRIBUTE. lvlary Roddy, Dean of Women, and B. J. Heinrich will retire as instructors at North- eastern Oklahoma A St IVI College at the Completion of the Spring terrn. Both have been able instructors and have aided many students both in class and with co-curricular activities. r' " sr-its C l' A : 3 3 Z Mr. Heinrich works in his office to review a lecture for one of his Chemistry courses. x i l i E 2 l l 5 5 . E- . E Dean Roddy takes time to visit with students informally in the Student Union. Q. v. J' , x ,fa Y 1 5 .Y ' . ' V? ' 4 , . 1 al. v 1 Q, .. 5, . , , , fwuffx ff , . f. .' - Lau,-, - f' 1 1 1 V ' .-" "W, Y fx ,.. ,j,243,'4, ' J 1 K - , I ,uf '.a1f34?"' 'fr' wzfnfsxwf, 3: f f .-. Q ., JM' Q- ,W , M, t F' -'W' ga., as Y . We " , X, v W V , fx ,N , . , . ,M ,Q , , ,,'M, fm. ' J, 4 A Q' W' v M ,, 1 . K . .. -. V .L,,,- ,,,. "X W fl A . ww . 4, x -.,, .31 , ,Q A W.: V 333, M QQHIAZ 5 s.,',4, L- . . ,V-sy M-,feng , v. . fy?-54+ 'fi -g.:A,,-- uia,,agw4:A4:mw ff . -f , f.- .. , 4 V .1 ., nb, -ml 1 ' APTU- - Aq-afliagfdafi . .mga 3,4 ,, , k 'Ami ,, - ' . . 'nf 'f-J '1 .- .. 4 .mn -pq-1. --v.4.1.4.....1f - . W . 4 4 :1 :iii 9' 1 J :.. ,, .... A A as . viii' W .2 ,fky ,A,, , H 2 ww 5-1 fy if nw W fs 251' ing, Dan Abbott Agriculture Stilwell Michael Adams Pre-Law Tulsa Patricia Allen Elementary Education Barnsdall Roderick Lee Allen Business Siloam Springs, Arkansas David Alley Forestry Pawnee Ronnie Alsip Management Okmulgee Daniel Anderson Pre-law Tulsa John Andrew Business Administration Tulsa Rod Andrew Education Ft. Bragg, North Carolina Robert Armstrong Engineering Grove Leslie Arnold Agriculture Owasso Robert Arnold Agriculture Colcord T -,f tl, V 3 M www , ,tff tttt if f A 1 f t Z fx f ff f f 1, 1 1 ff' 1 A f ft, . w ' L '1?W'N ' MP' V M mf Y f 4 ff as iw. wt f mf 2 f ff f Dave Ashmann Physical Education Collinsville, Illinois Vickie Bagby Business Quapaw Larry Bain Education Bartlesvi lle Stephanie Baldwin Business Grove Two faculty "babes" participate in a pep v assembly. 33 Af W' ' 'W 1 ff r Y I 4' f M ' f 1 4 f f ff W Q fm , 7, K MW fi Q ' f '25 f ,W ff K ff W ? r v V ',,, ,,', Q V ,yytg 5 ,iw f 1 2 ff r , . V ,,," Carmen Bale Elementary Education Commerce Freddy Ballard Business Tulsa Lawrence Barnes General Grove Karla Barrow Education Tulsa Lynn Barter Industrial Drafting Owasso Russel Bauer Data Processing Spavina Janice Elisabeth Bayouth Music Tulsa Jeff Bell Business Okmulgee Gary Benge Electronics Salina Charley Bennett Chemical Forestry Miami Rick Bennett Wildlife Conservation Seneca John Berry Computer Science Woodward Lyndia Bertges Pre-dentistry Tulsa Flonnie Binion Animal Science Grapevine, Texas Ron Black Arts 8 Sciences Tulsa Glinda Blair Physical Education Locust Grove Gary Blaylock Electronic Technology Miami Ralph Bobbit Drafting Tulsa Sharon Bohannon Business Education Vinita Marla Ann-Bolinger Elementary Education Bartlesville Lex Ivan Bond Data Processing Commerce Arthur Bonin Industrial Arts Tulsa Ellen Kay Booth Micro-biology Miami Fred Borgman Art Bartlesvi ll e Jack Bourne Speech Madill May Lois Boyd Elementary Education Tulsa Terry Bradford General Vinita David Bradley Animal Science Cushing Ronald Brasel Civil Engineering Tulsa Blinda Brazil Business Colcord Wilhelmina Brewer Commercial Accounting Tulsa Thomas Daniel Brewington Business Afton Cherry Brewster Elementary Education Cleora Donna Briscoe Business Miami Darrel Brock Quality Control Sapulpa Dennis Brooks Mid-management Chelsea Stan Brooks Science Miami Sue Broome Business Tulsa Carol Brown Home Economics Wyandotte Dale Brown Agriculture Salina x fx N ...Q-nv ill if , ww Daniel Joseph Brown Computer Science Wapok Dennis Brown Engineering Jay Freda Brown History Picher Jennita Brown Business Jay Lawerence Brown Physical Education Brooklyn, New York Wayne Brown Agriculture Education Salina Reed Bryant Business Jay Ronnie Bryant Business Cleora Fund raising for the Aggies included a bucking barrell. Terry Burcham Business Sand Springs Toney Bu rchette Data Processing Rose Stephen Clark Burger Business Administration Oklahoma City Rebekah Bunce Business Fairland Chuck Burton Elementary Education Gary, Indiana Flay Bussey Agri-Business Vinita Bobby Butler Pre-English Fairland Eva Byers English Bristow Ken Camblin Business Tulsa Bobby Campbell Business Fairland Denzil Campbell Business Miami Larry Canady Arts 81 Sci. Dewey Gene Cantwell Pre-English Wyandotte Larry Cargill Agriculture Ed. Cushing Jerry Carnes Dairy Science Leach Roy Carney Physical Education Commerce 'I-M-.N Purchasing books at the college book store is the final stage of enrollment The large fountain in front of the Library Adminis- tration building provides a place to relax between classes. 38 Susan Clemons Secretarial Education Quapaw Mike Clogston Biology Commerce Fred Clouse Biological Science Miami Bobby Joe Coke General Yale Kerry Cartwright Business Drumright Stene Noble Caruthers Engineering Velma Walter Hoover Case Agriculture Marshfield Manuel Casillas Music Tulsa Regina Cata Elementary Education Miami T. C. Cannan General Buffalo, N.Y. Freddie Ray Chastain Agriculture Morris Jerw Chastain Business Cleora Flex Chastain Computer Science Woodward, Oklahoma Billie Claybaugh Elementary Education Skiatook Mark Clark Com. Prog. Woodward Michael Clem Business Afton Don Cokely Computer Science Chickasha Ronnie Combs Drafting Miami FR. N. Commons Agriculture Baxter Spring, Kansas John C. Connolley, Jr. Forestry Fairland Debra Cook Physical Education Seneca, Missouri Nancy Cook Psychology Miami Richard Cook Agriculture Education Altamont, Kansas Paul Cooper Accounting Southwest City, Missouri Phyllis Copeland Business Tulsa Frank J. Cornejo Business Wellington, Kansas Hazel Cornog Accounting Picher Joyce Correll Elementary Education Cardin A454 E ...J , r We f Joyd Costabile Business Tulsa Claudette Cotton Home Economics Sapulpa Mike Coyne Business Dewey Clell Monroe Craft Data Processing Fairland 05, VV .M -Q I , en. at ,, rt I 3 Y V ,,, H a K" Judging experience develops through agricultural laboratory. 39 4., K f ! E ff' 2 My jf, , X if 9 ,wwe wi. is , ,Mffwl + fr James Lee Crafton Business Fairland Pam Craggett Business Commerce Carole Craig Business Miami Marsha Crosby Business Miami Eddie Crouch Business Ramona Mary Crusseil Music Tulsa Shari Culmer Sociology Oologah Delinda Cunningham Home Economics Education Wyandotte Keith Cunningham Animal Science Big Cabin Rick Cunningham Agronomy Vinita Thomas G. Cu rnutte History Miami Carol Curry Business Miami Steve Dade Physical Education Circleville, Ohio Ed Davenport Social Sciences Vinita Donna Marie Davidson Physical Education Tulsa Shirley Davis Elementary Education Broken Arrow Deborah Davison Physical Education Quapaw Pam DeArmon Drama Muskogee Peggy Dembinski Business Miami Robert Dembinski Drafting Miami Cheryl Detchemendy Home Economics Commerce Perry Dewitt Agriculture Education Hominy Diana Dickey Elementary Education Collinsville Charles Doty, Jr. Business Tulsa Joyce Douthitt Sociology Commerce Danny DeWayne Dover Education Fairland Doug Dowdy Engineering Tulsa Lee O. Downey Agriculture Okemah Mary Draper Business Miami Mark Driscoll Physical Education Ponca City Phillip Driskill Business Nowata Steve Driskill Physical Education Nowata Linda Duffield Elementary Education Jay Jack Dunham Wildlife Conservation Jay LaJuana Dunham Business Oklahoma City Daniel Bay Dunkel Drafting Miami Trudy Dunlap Business Oklahoma City Diana Dunn Business Miami Dan Durbin IBM Grove Bobby Eads Pre-Veterinary Medicine Commerce Odin is symbolic of the Norsemen's ferociousness. 42 Don Estep Physical Education Okmulgee John Etzel Business Afton Kerry Evans Pharmacy Bartlesvi Ile Paul Evans Education Cushing x of I yi Jim Ray Earp Animal Science Jay Grace Ann Eddings Secretarial Science Commerce Keri Edmondson Technical Theatre Miami Denise Gaileen Edwards Computer Science Pawnee Lonnie Edwards Business Vinita Gary Elliot Psychology Berryhill Afagh Emami Math Persia Steve Emert Business Dewey Wayne Engle Animal Science Bluejacket Brenda Enyart Business Wyandotte Joe Erwin Music Miami Karen Ann Esch Art Bartlesville Phillip Wayne Evington Business Henryetta Ruth Farmer Sociology Philadelphia, Mississippi Larry Farquhar Physical Education Tulsa Diane Farrell Pre-Dentistry Tulsa William Wayne Fenley Arts 81 Sciences Miami James Ferguson Animal Science Springview, Nebraska John Robert Ferrier Accounting Baxter Springs, Kansas Kenny Fields Electrical Technology Jay Leonard Fields Political Science Miami Pam Fields Business Jay Andrew Fixico Business Holdenville Samuel Delbert Flemin Veterinary Medicine Pryor Q r,, Bill Fogleman Mortuary Science Commerce Mike Foley Animal Science Watonga LeRoy M. Folkerts Technical Theatre Dewey Sam Folks Sociology Tulsa .fy ,w,6,,,," Annette Wall prepares student work assignment in the work study office. 43 if Gff 2 1 Debbie Ford Elementary Education Quapaw Ken Forney Animal Science Watonga Rick Fowler Business Dewey Virgil Fox Hotel St Restaurant Fairland Walter Fox Electrical Technology Pompton Lakes, New Jersey Dan Francis Auto Mechanics Broken Arrow Lee Francis Chemistry Miami Jerry Frazier Drafting 81 Design Perry Karren Frazier Sociology Miami De Ann Gamble Business Welch Bernard Richard Gardner, Ill Business Tulsa Lloyd Garrison Agriculture Education Skiatook Rita Joy Gates Practical Nursing Miami Robert Lee Gates Air Science Bartlesville John Gecina History Monaca, Pennsylvania John Gentry Arts 8t Science Bartlesville Gary Gerber Sociology Broken Arrow Terry Gilbert Pharmacy Dewar Don Gilleland Mechanical Technology Tulsa Les Gillingham Business Bartlesville Glenn Edward Gray, Jr Drafting Bartlesville Vivian Lee Gray Business Vinita Jim Greer Engineering Marshfield, Missouri Flayma Greninger Practical Nursing Miami Hon Griffin Business Pryor Mark E. Grigsby Agriculture Education Welch Berta Grimes Data Processing Miami Thomas Grisham Pharmacy Picher Judy K. Grissom Business Education Miami Gary C, Grogan Computer Science Bartlesvi Ile Randy Hagan Business Tulsa Everette Hagebusch Drafting Alluwe Susan Hall Education Bartlesville Bud Hardesty Animal Science Tulsa Pam Hargrove Data Processing Miami Dave Harrington Accounting South Coffeyville, Kansas Larry Harris Zoology Miami Jon David Harrison General Abilene, Texas Janelle Hawkins Business Vinita Susan Hawksworth Home Economics Tulsa f y 7 ' , ,, .f - 40" "' ve! f ' if ' 1 4 , A f 1, 2, 7 Wifi 5 A X 1 W Z ,W f 1 f V5,, f f 4 ,M it Hg W f t f cffft W6 C f v g 1 , 7 ,QW f We e 1 ,, J Wi W '-2. 1 "SWE M . 5 W5 , V ff f, ff f f 5 1 H, John Hazell Agriculture Altamont, Kansas Jim Helton Drafting Miami Mike Hendrix Physical Education Seminole Steven Hennessee Social Science Tulsa Joe David Henry Auto Mechanics Sapulpa Howard Herreti Business Ramona George Hess Law Enforcement Pryor Patricia Ann Hess Art Sand Springs Lois Hightower Spanish Miami Roberta Hightower Spanish Miami Argyl Ross Hill .. H kv., ,a w w , f ,, Wildlife Conservation G rove ' 14e12Wi , 46 ,, M George Hinkle Arts 81 Science Copan Alumni lettermen meet on homecoming day. Jerry Hoson History Tulsa Charles David Hodges Mechanical Engineering Owasso Mary Pat Hogan Elementary Education Coronado, California Rex Hogan Journalism Miami Terry Hogan Secondary Education Tulsa Vicki Holden Arts 8 Sciences Talala Jerry Holderby Computer Science Colcord Gary Holeman Quality Control Adair Bonnie Hollandsworth Education Miami Maurice Hollandsworth Physical Education Miami Sharon Hollingsworth Elementary Education Welch Dick Holloway Agriculture Tulsa wma,-ug 'O Girls prepare for the Home Economics Club party. .,.fW'1 The central mall is a beehive of activity between classes. 48 George Hupman Agriculture Education Sapulpa John Hustava Physical Education Collinsville, Illinois Rene A. lzaquiree Agriculture Honduras Larry Jackson Electrical Technology Broken Arrow Paula Lea Holmes Physical Education Wyandotte Ann Holt Business Miami John Hoover History Gary, Indiana Kathy Hoppock Foreign Language Edna, Kansas Barbara Sue Horn Practical Nursing Welch Howard Houser Ag ri-Business Wann Howard Lee Huffman Technical Drafting St Design Miami Mike Huffman Business Dewey John Hughes Pre-Vet. lnola Linda Kathleen Hughes General Picher Terry Hughes History Davenport Robert E. Hulsey Business Commerce f-vit ' 1 f' M-vwa, , , ""w'Zl2,,1 ' f "'i Q ,fifi "", I Marvin Jackson Electronics Miami Greg Jacoway Computer Science St. Charles, Missouri Renaldo James Physical Education Brooklyn, New York Marlene Jantzen Business Afton Steve Jared Physical Education Park Hill David T. Jimison Electrical Technology Bartlesville Kenneth Jimison Computer Science Bartlesville Billy Johnson Veterinary Science Westville John Johnson Music Miami Marc Johnson Pharmacy Grove Mike Johnson Social Science Picher Rod Johnson Elementary Education Bartlesville Quik' Ronnie Lee Johnson Physical Education Claremore Scott Johnson Agriculture Education Skiatook Greg Johnston Agriculture Yale HubertJones Auto Mechanics Miami Dr. Carter presents Tom Pate with the 1969 NEO Classic Championship trophy. 49 Z2 f rw 3 , , an 'f if 5 1 ij di ff H A x it I 1ue""W+ its Randy Jones Chemistry Miami Linda Jost Nursing Bartlesvi Ile Donna Kay Karr Home Economics Miami Dan Kastl Physical Education Perkins Linda Kay English Quapaw Ronald Kays Computer Science Welch Kathy Kearney General Tulsa Mike Keith Business Tulsa Gay Kelly Elementary Education Commerce James Richard Kelly, Jr Business Education Miami Kathy Kennedy Elementary Education Tulsa Charles Kerr Agriculture Education Parker, Kansas Gary Lee Kerr Animal Science Carthage, Missouri Robert Kersey English Afton Ron Knight Physical Education Sand Springs Steve Knight Journalism Tulsa Ed Kilpatrick Physical Education Cincinnati, Ohio Howard Kimbrell Political Science Pawhuska James Raymond Kimbrough Education Miami Frank Kinsey General Education Fairland Pam Kirby Home Economics Colcord Tommy Kramer Animal Science Tulsa Sharon Kuehn Computer Science South Coffeyville Wayne G. LaCoe Physical Education Scranton. Pennsylvania Terry Lambert Arts 8t Science Tulsa Stephen Lancaster Arts St Science Tulsa Terry Landrum Pre-Law Jay Linda Ann Larson Business Tulsa Douglas Lansford Business Bartlesville Jimmy Lawrence Agriculture Bartlesville Mike Lawson Pre-Vet Miami Gene Lawson Wildlife Conservation Jay Diana Laym an Business Grove Flaymond H. Lea Journalism Bartlesville Martha L. Lee Biology Miami John Leith Industrial Education Grove Steve Leonard Data Processing Miami Wayne Lerch Computer Science Tulsa Butch Lewis Agriculture Nowata Logan B. Line Business Wyandotte 1?-09" Wanda Linn Home Economics Miami Jim Littlefield Wildlife Grove Tommy Lloyd Physical Education Muskogee Joan Davis Lockwood Arts 81 Sciences Tulsa Clara Mae Lodes General Vinita Connie Loehr I Elementary Education Miami Gary Log an Pre-Law Miami Wayne Lomax Mid-Management Miami Richard H. Loudenslager Agriculture Education Nacoma Park Keith Lovell Hotel 8t Restaurant Administration Stillwater Buddy Lowerey Accounting Lenapah Jack Lowrey Business Administration Pryor t Students become acquainted as new roommates. Ronnie Lowery Business Tulsa Jim Lowry Journalism Miami Tom Lowry Accounting Tulsa Martha Lunday English Vinita James McCallie Social Science Vinita Bill McCloskey Physical Education Pennsauken, New Jersey Dan McCollough Auto Mechanics Bartlesville Dennis McCord Business Chetopa, Kansas Sharon McCorkeII Home Economics Wyandotte Charles Vincent McDonald Political Science Wappingels, New York Michel McElwaine Home Economics Tulsa Leonard McGee Animal Science Bluemound, Kansas g by yx - a 2' 47 A an M A V -.,, ' ' L' ' ' lu . gl i Ty , ,i,, - W A :,.-Hi" . -We if' TX . - . 1m'.-L'-K'srip1g,.. ,Q X -. ,j "The Twelve Disciples ua won the intramural softball championship at NEO. 53 tb' '1'-f2f,,u?'V5..s2l3N' 1 AWK? f"wJ'w 1 G ff. Excellent study facilities are provided by the col- lege library. 54 Herman G. Marlow Auto Technology Commerce Gary Martin Electronics Jay Randal Mason Law Tulsa Doug Masterson Engineering Miami Ralph McGill Physical Education Sebring, Florida John McGivern General Tulsa D. E. McGuire Electronics Tulsa Clinton McMuIlin Engineering Locust Grove Rick Maddux Business Bartlesville Maghami Massood Agriculture Tehran Charlcie Mahan Elementary Educat Miami Shirley Mahurine Home Economics Picher Dave Malone History Tulsa Jack Mann Pre-Dental Miami Sara Marcum English Miami Dianna Maples Data Processing Miami lOl1 Tom Mathis Data Processing Wyandotte Jean Mauldin Pre Dental Tulsa Danny Maxson Agriculture Education Edna, Kansas Flockne Maxson Agriculture Education Welch Michael Eugene May General Tulsa Mike Mayer Business Miami Pricilla Maynard Elementary Education Vinita Steven Meadors Electronics Bartlesville Harold Means Business Tulsa Joyce Medlin Math Grove Claudette Mercer Art Miami Larry Joe Merit Arts 8t Science Fairland 7 X Fxv wr-V' Sally Meyer English Miami Danny L. Meyers Business Del City Carolyn Kay Miller Elementary Education Picher Mike Miller Chemistry Miami is A student receives aid in using the card catalogue in the library. 55 '14 QV' V1 ,,7 'HE- 1 W fir y i ,ps-an 'ffl l M. l .Y 5 we-,, gf" ,,,:5f2. - pt , - " f K" mi-J, 'll?"'h. Carol Mills Accounting Wyandotte Leland Mills Pre-Med Miami Roger Millspaugh General Education Tulsa Paul Minnick Veterinary Medicine Claremore Janet Minson Computer Science Miami John Minson Pre-Vet Afton Bill Mitchell Social Psychology Tulsa Mike Mobra Pre-Education Claremore Bill Moody History Broken Arrow Bruce Lowell Moore Quality Control Bartlesville Lawrence Moore Business Miami Thomas Moore Mechanical Engineering Tulsa Ronald Morgan Agriculture Education Burwell, Nebraska Bob Morrison Business Miami Richard Moser Political Science Mannford Mynatt C. Morton Drafting Commerce James Mowry Chemical Engineering Miami Fred Mundt Music Tulsa Jack Murdock Business Skiatook John Murray Business Tulsa George Nlurrell Agriculture Education Skiatook Manmood Nekoozaden Petroleum Engineering Iran Tommy Newsom Business Midwest City Stephan Wayne Nichols Pre-Law Tulsa Bill Nicholson Drama Tulsa Kenneth S. Nickell Agriculture Education Parker, Kansas Pat Nickell Business Miami Gary Noble Computer Science Tulsa Shirley Ann Nodine Pre-Med Miami Jerri Noland Music Miami Rod Nordstrom Business Tulsa Tracey Norman Arts and Sciences Tulsa Dean Nyberg Business Miami James Nye Agriculture Bartlesville Esther Oaks Interior Design Miami James Oexman Law Enforcement Miami Mary Olinghouse General Oklahoma City Sandy Ousley History Miami Donald Bay Owens Pharmacy Henryetta Woody Painter Business Administration Miami 401' 'lu-...viii is Glen Pair Poultry Science Kansas Dale Parham Data Processing Miami Stan Parker Business Vinita Steve Parker Drafting Sand Springs Tom Pate Business Houston, Texas Jo Lynne Patman Business Tulsa Judy Payton Elementary Education Jay Rita Payton Elementary Education Commerce Sunny Peacock Business Miami Bruce Peck Agriculture White Oak Mary Peck Elementary Education White Oak Steve Peck Mechanical-Technical Salina The Aggies welcome the Ft. Dodge football squad with real enthusiasm. Terry Penderg raft Accounting Fairland Gayle Perry Journalism Tulsa Larry David Peters Data Processing Tulsa Cathy Peterson Business Commerce Phil Petros Social Science Tulsa Carlos Phillips Art Henryetta Donna Phillips Data Processing Miami Gerald Phillips Drafting Tulsa Jan Phillips Business Tulsa Dennis Pipher Drafting Dewey Steve Pratt General Hominy Melva Pritchard Elementary Education G rove ig Students view the campus this way each morning as they leave Harrill-Dobson Halls Basketball provides some pleasures other than just winning. 60 Richard Reese Machine Shop Miami Billie Reynolds Accounting Taylor, Nebraska Debbie Reynolds Data Processing Miami Jim Rhine Social Science Commerce Don Pu ett History Del City Kayla Pursley Speech Miami Colin Quigley Natural Science Foyil Bill ,Rader Political Science Foyil Thressa Rader Science Claremore James Rainey English Okmulgee Tab Rains Drafting Miami Donald Ramsey Science Education Chelsea Janie Reavis Elementary Education Tulsa Jack Redden Math Picher James Redus History Tulsa Alan Reed Business Tulsa Dwight Rhodes Technical Drawing Henryetta Keary Richardson Data Processing Tulsa Rob Richardson Physical Education Paola, Kansas Mel Riggins Physical Education Charleston, West Virginia Steven Harold Rippee Physical Education Muskogee Charles Robbins Engineering Greensburg, Indiana Kenny Roberson Journalism Miami Sarah J. Roberts Math Miami Christina Robinson Business Miami Etta Robinson Drafting Tulsa Roger Dale Robinson Data Processing Nowata Gary L. Rogers Agriculture Oklahoma City ,u v Jeffery V. Rogers Business Administration Chickasha Shirley Jean Rogers Nursing Tulsa Francis Rominger Arts and Sciences Shawnee Sally D. Root Business Administration Quapaw Students make frequent trips to the snack bar lo cated in the basement of Harrill-Dobson Halls. Paula Ross Industrial Chemistry Vinita Preston Ross Business Commerce David Michael Rowe Agriculture Grove Gary Rowley Drafting Grove Roger Rush Psychology Miami James Anthony Rutelons Drafting 8- Design Tulsa Richard Rutherford Pre-Vet Inola Carol Ryan Home Economics Afton Danny Saine Computer Science Drumright Larry Sample Industrial Education Commerce Carol Sanders Elementary Education Miami Jim Sanders Psychology Bartlesvi Ile Stephen D. Sanders Data Processing Nowata Richard Dean Sankey Pre-Med Baxter Springs Jim Schafer Speech Tulsa Melvin Schafer Pre-English Fairland Glenn Schneider Finance Bartlesville Cyndi Schulte Drafting 8. Design Tulsa Milton Schulze Auto Technology Pawnee Lois Scowden Computer Science Miami Cassandra Seay Elementary Education Chetopa, Kansas Jim Selfridge Law Chickasha Kathy Shamel Arts and Sciences Sand Springs Susanne Shartel Home Economics Tulsa Don Sheram EDP Broken Arrow Tim Shinn Pre-Law Tulsa Jerry Shoemaker Social Sciences Vinita Jerry Shriver Ministry Dewey Darrell Simmons Education Miami Garrel Simpson Business Sand Springs Martha Simpson English Seneca. Missouri Alfred Leonard Skye Accounting Baxter Springs Perry Slease Physical Education Riverton, Kansas Steffenie Slease Speech Galena Beth Dianne Sly Business Fairland John E. Smallwood Political Science Tulsa Benny Smith Education Miami Donna Smith Business Owasso Glenda Smith Psychology Tulsa Glenda Jean Smith Terminal Business Henryetta t y l l ggi C if 'S Johanna Smith Physical Education Muskogee Leland Smith Refrigeration Miami Paul Smith Art Tulsa Rayma Smith Business Picher Ted Smith History Miami Tony Smith Data Processing Wyandotte Wayne Smith Physical Education Commerce Patrick Soliday Law Enforcement Valparaiso, Indiana Patricia Solomon Sociology Tulsa Jerry Sparks Business Tulsa Cindy Spence Business Commerce Cathy Spencer Business Grove Cl I i.. MLW- The Norse basketball squad prior to the Yuma Classic pose with their coaches. Ken Spencer Business Bartlesville Linda Stanberry Elementary Education Big Cabin Kenneth Harrison Stan detord Auto Mechanics Nowata Pat Standridge Physical Education Barnsdall Regina Stark Home Economics Lenapah Greg Stephens Business Administration Tulsa William Stephens IBM Afton Beverly Stepp Business Miami Marc Stine Business Bartlesville Gary Stognes Business Tulsa Betsy Stone Political Science Midwest City Gary Story Agriculture Afton 4 How much are my fees this semester? Q -ad" Y X W4 f MY if Z A9 K 6, Dr. Carter receives a plaque for twenty-seven years of service as President of Northeastern A St M. 66 Wayne Thomasson Agronomy Quapaw Anthony Lee Thompson Sociology Wright City David Thompson Education Picher Michael Thompson Business Tulsa Mike Stratton Drafting Miami Don Stroud History Bacone William Sweeny Computer Science Oologah Roger Synar Animal Science Muskogee Perry Talbott Business Ramona Ronnie Tanner Journalism Tulsa Stan Tatum Accounting Tulsa Bobby Taylor Physical Education Tulsa Christine Taylor Sociology Midwest City Nancy Taylor Sociology Midwest City Barbie Teipel Arts and Sciences Tulsa Philemon M. Thomas Economics Muskogee Robbie Thompson Psychology Miami Robert Thompson Business Administration Jay Boseana Townsley Elementary Education Miami Bill Tracy General Sperry Donna Tracy Horne Economics Tulsa Brenda Truelove Pre-Vet Broken Arrow Sue Turley Business Miami Corum Turner Physical Education Crab Orchard, Illinois Wesley Twins Business Clinton Phyllis Tyler Education Miami James Underwood Engineering Miami Roger Underwood Political Science Miami Larry Vanarsdel Computer Science Kiefeo Flick Vandaveer Business Shawnee Connie Vandeventer Business Miami Doris Vann Social Science Tulsa Daydreaming or planning-Who knows? 67 Boyd Vanover Drafting Commerce Becky Victor Home Economics Afton Mike Viles History Miami Vernon L, Wagner Drafting Miami Larry Waldron Business Dade City, Florida Anthony Walker Computer Science Miami Jerry Walker Forestry Jay Ray Walker Drafting 8. Design Miami Diane Wallace Art Education Miami David Emil Walser Business Miami Penny Walters Business Education Dewey Gary Warren Computer Science Dewar Carolyn Watson Psychology Siloam Springs, Arkansas Steve Watson Law Stillwater Bob Watters Business Miami Dan Ray Weathers Business Ketchum Neil Stanley Weaver Elementary Education Commerce Richard Allen Weaver Business Bartlesville Jimmy Webb Dairy Cleora Diana Webber Social Science Commerce Noel Weeks Music Bartlesville Sarah Westmoreland Home Economics Tulsa Mark Stanley Wheat Business Bartlesville Ira Wheeler General Business Sperry Margaret Wheeler Art Wyandotte Marvin Whisman Psychology Bartlesvi Ile Lisa White Psychology Tulsa Ronald White Drama Miami Jerry Whiteday Agriculture Salina John Cook Whitford Agriculture Nowata Sherry Whitley Pre-Pharmacy Fairland Jim Wicks Arts and Science Fairland Marvin D. Wier Computer Science Tulsa Austin Wilcox Elementary Education Tulsa Tommy Wilcox Business Tulsa Michael Wild Engineering Ft. Sheridan, Illinois Laura Wiley Business Education Miami Janice Williams Data Processing Miami Steve Williams Accounting Claremore Richard Willis Mid-Marketing Tulsa -'QP""'N sg X si X 70 Mary Ruth Willsey Home Economics Pryor Steve Wilmoth Pre-Vet Fairland Brenda Wilson Business Education Wyandotte Dwayne Wilson Agronomy Blackwell John D. Wilson Arts and Sciences North Miami Lonnie Ray Wilson Computer Science Afton Lou Wilson Computer Science Miami Michelle Wilson General Tulsa Sharon Wilson Agriculture Evansville, Indiana Keven Windel General Vinita Richard Winters Drafting Miami Clifford Flay Womack Pre-Engineering Tulsa Alumni HO" Club awards are presented to Dr. Carter and other faculty members preceding the Ft. Dodge- NEO football game. Pam Wood Physical Education Tulsa Denny Woolman Drafting 8 Design Nowata Larry Woolman Government Bartlesville Cheryl Wright Arts and Science Vinita Steve Wright Computer Science Tulsa Larry Wyatt Agriculture Education Miami Tony Wyatt IBM Commerce Thomas Young Electronics Locust Grove Adonna Zordell Arts and Science Miami Brian C, Barnes Drafting and Design Enid Lara Beauchamp Business Administration Miami Kenneth Bowden Arts and Sciences Miami 'Bbw-5 fit 'qu t 'Q -1 x Modern facilities are utilized in cafeteria service for students Ku......, .X .W ' .iw 5 .. A Henry Sisler constructed the Norsemen ship for display in alumni "O" club room. 72 Jalor Kalbassi Mechanical Engineering Iran Ray Kempel Sociology Miami Jacqueline Lee Nursing Bartlesville JoAnn McGrew Data Processing Commerce xx Ghodrat Delrahim Engineering Iran Beth Doty Art Oklahoma City Timothy Joe Endres History Dewey Jackie Fields Sociology Nowata Wesley Graver Christianity Owasso Pamela Greniger E Elementary Education Picher Danny Guinn Nursing Jay Michael James Haley Art Corpus Christi, Texas James Harris Business Miami Rowena Harrold Elementary Education Miami Richard Heatherix Arts and Sciences Picher Robert Hoffman Business Collinsville ,A -, .. t-W. L. fir: sg B tl.. 5 .- sy lies. r +25 :fx L 'rc' Sherry Medley Computer Science Oklahoma City Kenny Lee Meier Animal Science Hitchcock Mike Moody Pre-Med Tulsa Moosa Naim Engineering Iran Robert Adam Osmus Agriculture Okeene Jim Ray Business Collinsville James M. Rickner Arts and Science Drumright Richard Rountree General Skiatook Wendel Shaklee Forestry Enid Jadeen Smith Social Work Grove Kenneth Sutley Computer Science lnola Masood Taremi Q-aw Medicine Iran it fi a ,V " Ja i 4 f l -I ,: if KEQK ,. Y Julio Yucra Mechanical En ineering I Q Bolivia Vicki Walker English Bountiful, Utah Sandi Willhite Art Tulsa John Ferrler does an exercise on the horizontal bar. 73 vii? 4 Experiments in lab are one of the requirements for Botany. L ,. .. A - 1. 1- f A it f -ful :TQTVJT-if-2g!':gg."'4 5 '4'l-"E FAQ? Q K . nf' 'RZ' ."'f'1' 'fi 1 3M . 5' Q1':i5l' l 3 it L, azeqezsmiev l gi - 51523 L --g...m,m .f,-sw: was 5 ferelgassxffwfifl. , l -f X- - -' xeesaasraez-Hf2:f" W i -wx '- Some students feel that campus I ,l .. building should be Hplaced up" . ' ' . f for sale - rg ' ' .A if-4 ' " . Z -.' '. ". . "' favf-9332 "" ' ,' ' V ..-.-M.:-5p,....:'JsP, , 14, R 3 4 1.0, ,-, r L-hi'-'JSR'-si V 'f x A . iii Y 2" .ji-2 . - -5 i TT?- ..-as., : ' ' A - .. . . A' ?f'Ief23"'f5 ' ,.w,' 5iumv?1?1XMgATzA: 10 V. M x N x V Q mf. X-,m..m Weight lifting has been one of the programs added in physical education. my 'Th 4' ..,.,,.f-P-ww-wfnra . L -Q . , -... - - aisles.-.A--.weyfe ff-fy , ,ge The Carter Student Union provides students with a place of leisure. Counseling is not always work. Each year a deserving NEO stu- dent receives a S500 science scholarship. Mildred Carter and Bob Maxwell hold a replica of the Norseman statue to be placed in the campus central mall. .11 'YW-r 75 9.3, f www Q-iw, fifAU'.".: L ' ,4 .5-"Z ' ff4si..'h.f Y ' J Mrs. Payne, head librarian, observes 7, the use ofthe microfilm viewer. ff!! , x ,ff . . WW ' J if I gmt., g f . . M ' ' V I f -. "'x--Ma..- M-,,kNmW kfg'Q+'x'S-'fi A faculty planning session completes final details for NEO's science fair. 76 Waymon Gibson points to the Io- cation where he works during the summer as a forestry ranger. The Fine Arts center is a notable addition to the NEO campus. .21 1. --ff .,,,.t,:- -, -ff, is .,,...,f,-it-, f H f L--, ,, .V , -t ,.. l, -,k. ,,.-,,,,,,. ,,.,.,', Pvtsesei to Greats n3e'e3W5 the aet st ti t . fs, - ttklatgg ., ...V . ,,,,f,-tl, -W p 'Ove tions iii f on 10 Q w T rt,i i sttr M1319 " ie p'9aS??r 1 s, sttrs , ,, Members: George Murrell, Aggies, Jerry Frazier, AIDD, Larry Gower, Ambassadors, Llewellyn Willis, Band, Harry Ashworth, BSU, Penny Walters, Business Club, Debbie Cook, Cheerleaders, Sharon Graham, Chi Alpha, Terry Hogan, Commons Hall, Jim Lowrey, Commuters, John Nelson, Criminal Justice Society, Doug Golden, Debate, Tracy Norman, Dobson Hall, Dick Mosier, Dyer Hall, Jim Shuelein, Engineers, Willie Brewer, French Club, Cindy Macklin, and Steve Grogan, Freshman Class, Curtis Sut- Iey, Harrill, Carol Brown, Home Economics Club, Gary Grogan, lTS, John Lane, Kah-ne-you-ah Hall, Rex Ho- gan, Newman Club, Cathy Brown, Norse Stars, Patty Doland, Masquers, Kenny Roberts, "O" Club, Adonna Zordell, Phi Theta Kappa, Kathy Baum, Press Club, Billie Clabaugh, and Chris Taylor, Sophomore Class, Jean Parker, Spanish, Marla Bolinger, Vann, John Doke, Yearbook, Roger Underwood, Young Republicans, Betsy Stone, Campus Ministry, Scott Hill, Married Apts. STUDENTSENATE Ron Morgan, Senator, Adonna Zor- del, Senator, Jim Lowry, President, Kathy Shamel, Secretary, Mark Grigsley, Vice President. Santa Claus reaches out to touch one of the 450 youngsters who were sponsored by college students at the annual stu- dent Christmas Party. Student Senate officers at North- eastern A St M elected for the spring semester include from left, back, Leonard Lewis, President, Mark Grigsby, Vice President, and Pat Taylor, Secretary-Treasurer. Front: Kathy Shamel and Doug Cooper, representatives-at-large. Happiness, self pride, and personal satisfaction beam from the eyes of participants, both youngsters and college students, at the annual student senate Christmas Party. 79 The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to promote scholarship, to develop char- acter, and to cultivate fellowship among the students in American JuniorColleges. Members: Michael Adams, Robert Armstrong, Robert Arnold, Larry Bain, Judy Berentz, Sharon Bohannon, Kenneth Bowden, Kathy Brown, Gene Cantwell, DeAnna Carver, Vic Clouse, Don Cokely, Hazel Beason Cornog, Doug Dowdy, Trudy Dunlap, Keri Edmondson, Wayne F. Engle, David Ferguson, Jim Ferguson, Mike Finney, Le- roy Folkerts, Debbie Ford, Lloyd Garrison, Les Gilling- ham, Mike Grigsby, Vicki Holden, Johnny Johnson, Marc Johnson, Jafar Kolbassi, Donna Karr, Ronald Kays, Ricky Kelly, Charles A. Kerr, Pam Kirby, Sharon Kuehn, Mike Lawson, Wanda Lefler, Wanda Linn, Martha Lunday, Sal- ly Ann Macklin, Shirley Mahurin, Jack Mann, Diana Maples, Rockne Maxson, Sharon McCorkell, Donald Mc- Guire, Claudette Mercer, Carol Mills, David Mills, David Minnick, Janet Minson, John Minson, Ronny Morgan, Mahmood Mekoozadeh, Steve Ogden, Sandy Ousley, Donna Phillips, Colin Quigley, Thressa Rader, Cherry Redus, Debbie Reynolds, Sarah Jane Roberts, Christina Robinson, Carol Sanders, Kathy Shamel, Darrel Sim- mons, Stephanie Slease, Ronald Kirk Smith, Stephen Steinle, Chris Taylor, Robert Thompson, Janet Todd, Roseanna Townsley, Bill Tracy, Becky Victor, Larry Wal- dron, Diane Wallace, Martha Wallace, Vicki Walker, Pen- ny Walters, Margaret Wheeler, Ronald L. White, Adonna Zordel. PHI TH ETA KAPPA Left front: Sandy Ousley, Social Chairman, DeAnn Carver, Social Chairman, Cherry Redus, Senate Alternate, Sarah Roberts, First Vice- Presidentg Carol Sanders, Senate Representative. Left back: Adonna Zordell, President, Kathy Brown, N Secretary, Chris Robinson, Trea- ' surerg Donna Philips, Second Vice l President, Becky Victor, Chaplain, Roseanna Townsley, Reporter. ts at 3 ll 1 I 7 Officers: Tracey Norman, President, Doug Brammer, Vice-President, Kathy Hampton, Secretary, and Wilhelmina Brewer, Student Senate Representative. FRENCH CLUB Members: Karla Barrow, Doug Brammer, Wilhelmina Brewer, Nancy Cook, Kathy Hampton, Robbie Hender- son, Jessica Marrs, Tracey Norman, Frances Flominger, Roger Rush, Nancy Taylor, Tim Strickler. The purpose of the French Club is to stimulate an interest in French-based cultures and to encourage students of linguistic interest to consider majoring in French, thus supplying instructors in foreign languages where-they are so greatly needed. r Y 2 Members: Kenneth Bowden, Brenda Bowlin, Linda Bow- lin, Lawrence Brown, Judy Buzzard, Debbie Davison, Al- bert Deem, Albert Deplois, Charlotte Fish er, Ricky Forth, 2irt'1 3?L5Q5lZL,Ql ttgi tt, , tj itt. Gary Gerber, Larry Gower, Charles Grayson, George The Harris, Paula Holmes, Pete Hyde, Renaldo,James, Deb- bie King, Walter Kirk, Margaret Lazenby, Ray Lea, Cathe guage giii Eiisi Eiiii V 2 Mader, Charlcie Mahan, Richard Moser, Betty Jeanne ilii iifiirr 'r"t ihi' iii Q Parker, Carlos Phillips, Vesta Rhodd, Rebecca Roush, ,.1l?i3?t?l? f-fw'f1Sv1sf4" Wsiffii ' x"iWW"g 'iaifi-52255255575551315735Hlf? Front row: Charles Grayson, Presi- dent, Walt Kirk, Student Senate Alternate. Back row: Larry Gower, Vice President, Jeanne Parker, Stu- dent Senate Representativeg Rick Forth, Secretary. John Smallwood, Bobby Taylor, Cynthia Taylor, Dwayne Thomas, Vicki Walker, Ben Wasson, Ricky Whitaker, Michael Wild, Ed Woodall. SPANISH CLUB Z 1 Standing: Scott Johnson, Song Leaderg Robert Arnold, 1st Vice President, George Murrel, Student Senate Alternate, Danny Maxson, President, Mark Grigsby, Trea- surer. Seated: Mike Reeves, Stu- dent Senate Representative, Mike Finney, Secretary, Butch Lewis, 2nd Vice Presidentg Fred Schultz, Parliamentarian. AGGIE SOCIETY Members: Daniel Theodore Abbott, Leslie Dean Arnold, Robert Lewis Arnold, David Eugene Bradley, Shirley Brinker, Ray Bussey, James Buzzard, Larry Cargill, Walter Case, James Keith Cunningham, Bobby Eads, Jim Earp, Gary Elliot, Floyd Engle, Jim Ferguson, Mike Finney, Ken Forney, Mark Grigsby, Kenneth Hardesty, George Hupman, Billy Johnson, Gregory Johnson, Charles Kerr, Thomas Kramer, Leonard Lewis, Jimmie Lofgreen, Richard Loudenslager, Robert Lynch, Mas- sood Maghami, Danny Maxson, Rockne Maxson, Ken- neth Nickell, Steven Ogden, Glen Pair, Clifford Peck, Robert Pound, Gary Rogers, David Rowe, Michael Sch- wartzlander, Larry Stamper, James Stark, Larry Wilkins, Earnest Wilson, Larry Wyatt. Freshman Members: Alan Abram, Steven Baldwin, Floyd Barnes, J.R. Barobier, Paul Beard, William Black, Charles Blacknall, Joe Blakemore, Jim Bowles, Bill Bowman, Gary Bowman, Daniel Boyd, David Boyd, Sam Braker, James Branch, Richard Buckles, Alan Carpenter, Dennis Cetak, Freddie Chastain, Dennis Clements, Randy Com- mons, Keith Conner, Robert Cooper, Doyle Coppedge, Stanley Covey, Thomas Coyle, Richard Douglas, Kenneth Eastwood, Gene Elliot, Lawson Essex, Melvin Fields, Galen Fink, George Ford, David Foreman, Patrick Gates, Bill Glass, Traile Glory, Gary Goodwin, Steven Grayson, Bill Hagan, Aaron Harrell, Roger Harrington, Dennis Hendryx, Cathy Henry, James Hibbard, Ronald Hilton, Terry Hines, Toney Hollis, Dick Holloway, Carroll Hop- kins, Roger Houston, James Huggans, Frank Ingram, Jessee James, Melville Jamison, Edward Jones, Wesley Jones, Douglas King, Dall Lanham, Leland Larkin, Mich- eal Lessley, Mike Lewis, Bob Lowder, Delmar Lunsford, Franklin Mangold, Tim Mayworm, Roy McCoy, Lloyd Miller, Dale Moeller, Wallace Moore, Thomas Mowrer, Gary Perkins, Michael Price, Freddie Proctor, Robert Ragan, Michael Reves, Gary Riley, Roy Ross, George Saxley, Martin Schultz, Charles Shauer, Jon Shepard, James Sheppard, Ray Simmons, Mike Smith, Tommy Smith, Robert Stafford, Claude Stamper, Tim Synar, John Teasley, Steve Thomasson, Joe Tortolero, Michael Wadley, Sharon Wilson, Ralph Yakel, Jerry Yirsa, Mich- ael Ziler, The Aggie Socie-ty's purpose is to fur- ther the interest in the future of agri- culture among stgt the Agricultural majors of NEO A The purpose of the Ambassadors Club is to foster friendship and understanding between the minoritylgroups on th e campus and other students. Members: Derek Bergman, Kenneth Bowden, Doug Bram- mer, Anita Chan, Wilfredo de Jesus, Charlotte Fisher, Ricky Forth, Jary Gerber, Jose Gonzatti, Larry Gower, Kathy Hampton, Robbie Henderson, Pete Hyde, Rene Izaquirre, Debbie King, Ambrose Luk, Cathe Mader, Jes- sica Marrs, Abdoljalil Morshedi, Samad Morshedi, Rich- ard Moser, Maria Nichols, Jeanne Parker, Nelson Perez, Elio Rojas, Darrel Simmons, John Smallwood, Jose Tor- tolero. AIVIBASSADORS CLUB Front row: Margaret Lazenby, Stu- dent Senate Alternateg Nanci Hen- derson, Secretary. Second row: Darrel Simmons, President, Larry Gower, Student Senate Representa- tive, Pet de Jesus, Vice President. ,,, The "O" Club officers are Terry Hogan, President, Ben Wasson, Vice-President, Frank Cornejo, Sec- retary-Treasurerg Roger Millspaugh, Student Senate Alternate, Ken Rob- erson, Student Senate Represen- tative. if I7 Members: Ronnie Black, Matt Blair, Don Brinker, Larry Brown, Chuck Burton, Jim Butler, Richard Carney, Frank Cornejo, Ernest Dubose, Steve Eaton, Paul Fisher, John Gecina, Charles Grayson, Reggie Harrison, Terry Hogan, Jerry Holderby, Renaido James, Ron Johnson, Dan Kriedler, Roger Miilspaugh, Dave Ogan, Steve Rippee, Ken Roberson, Bob Smith, Bob Taylor, Duane Thomas, Corum Turner, Larry Waldron, Norman Young. Q V il' or W 'nnf,JL-K ' 52' ,Q r XS of ii' 3 'MW mi5'1m?i' " '-vi 1 f 435' ,iwiirfwiii -. 1 f' -'EW' ,,iri,ffi'W,W' :W gif, 4""++l .. VJ. i' "Tir JW S' ,i"i,T'5W ' , 'w""',1i-i""h'Al m,,r,,,.g-ii! if JW are-,-lijik the T, mPUS, Spirit, , Iowshi roy- -i -u ii' was-'f"ff 2 iii, Y "- ,QQ M, -ffm 1 y, and,ese,rviCfie 'i.n i-wi at iii fi.. W WN "WW if ' Wir 'Qi ZW I 35254: if Wir 'WW ',rWimWii 'iii mi im firm "3ii,,i"iw,, mi iw, iii.. -i' fiwiiiiw 'ii 'WWW fi '- I 85 K ,,.,,,k ,, , ,.Vk . Vg, ,VE , . The A M I s o rg a n ized QQST t ff na., 'fig P' ' :iv .ai,i'!f' 'iii' of the Soma' tyyt Members: Paula Acree, John Andrew, Gene Archdale, Carol Arnold, Vickie Bagby, Freddie Ballard, Lawrence Barnes, Dianne Barr, Russell Bauer, Marla Beers, Sandra Berry, Mary Lou Box, Blinda Brazil, Tom Brewington, Donna Briscoe, Cheryl Broome, Marilyn Brown, Reed Bryant, Rebekah Bunce, Vickie Burks, Diane Butler, Den- zil Campbell, Pat Campbell, Mike Clem, Kent Coker, David Collins, Gary Collins, Paula Compton, Bob Coop- er, Phyllis Copeland, Frank Cornejo, Jim Crafton, Mar- sha Crosby, Jim Crow, Carol Curry, Rob Davis, Peggy Dembinski, Chuck Doty, Brenda Douglas, Lee Downey, Mark Driscoll, Phillip Driskill, Linda Duffield, Trudy Dun- lap, Sharon Eads, Grace Ann Eddings, John Etzel, Pam Fields, Charlotte Fischer, Richard Gardner, Les Gilling- ham, Joe Gordner, Larry Green, Robert Green, Ron Grif- fin, David Harnden, Janelle Hawkins, David Hicks, Oneita Hiebert, Rex Hogan, Gene Hulsey, Stan Hutchinson, Car- olyn Jackson, Bobbie June Jeffery, Kathy Kearney, Tari Kelley, Ricky Kelley, Kenneth Kennedy, Patsy King, Doug Lansford, Linda Larson, Marsha Lee, Logan Line, Gary Lobaugh, Gary Longan, Buddy Lowrey, Phil McArthur, Susanne McArthur, Dennis McCord, Susanne McCul- lough, Mike Mayer, Donna Millard, Rickie Miller, Carol Mills, Kay Mills, Connie Moore, Betty Morgan, Johnny Morgan, Bob Morrison, Jack Murdock, Mike Mushrush, Dean Nyberg, Mike Oyler, Woody Painter, Ann Palmer, Sunny Peacock, Terry Pendergraft, Kathy Peterson, Phil Petros, Jan Phillips, Chuck Pitcock, Kerry Potter, Floyd Primeaux, Billie Reynolds, Chris Robinson, Allen Rod- rick, Rick Rogers, Sally Root, John Rothrock, Richard Rountree, Susanne Shartel, B. J. Shelton, Tim Shinn, Beth Sly, Benny Smith, Steve Sortore, Steven Steinle, Robert Stephens, Gary Stogner, Eddie Swaim, Stan Ta- tum, Beverly Thoele, Michael Thompson, John Todd, Peggy Tramel, Sue Turley, Rick Vandaveer, Larry Wal- dron, Jerry Walker, David Walser, Penny Walters, Dan Weathers, Sheryl Webber, Barry White, Mike Williams, Steve Williams, Vickie Williamson, Bill Wilson, Brenda Wilson, Michelle Wilson, Gary Yoder, Keramat Yasmeh. BUSINESS CLUB Front row: Trudy Dunlap, Secre- tary, Rex Hogan, President, Penny Walters, Student Senate Represen- tative. Second row: Chris Robin- son, Vice Presidentq Phyllis Cope- land, Reporter, Jim Crow, Student Senate Alternate. N ...L 1 Bottom row: Mr. Need, Sponsor Kathy Brown, Student Senate Al 'M ternateg Sarah Roberts, Secretary H Treasurer. Back row: Jim Schue 5 Iein, Student Senate Representa tiveg Lee Francis, Vice President Mike Miller, President. ENGINEERS CLUB Members: Steve Allen, Gary Angiin, Robert Armstrong, Frederick Bates, Ron Brasel, Dennis Brown, Gene Cant- well, Terry Davis, Doug Dowdy, David East, Afagh Ema- mi, Dennis Fisher, Lee Francis, Dudley Gibbs, Jose Ri- cardo Gonzatti, Clifton Gregory, Boyd Hallman, M. L. Hollis, Steve Howe, Frederick Howland, Glen Hubanks, Billy Michael Jackson, Randy Jones, Jasmet Keramat, Leung Chun Kwok, Mohammad Labib, Jerry Mike Long, Clint McMullin, Taremi Masood, Mike Mayer, John Mich- ie, Mike Miller, Tom Moore, James Mowry, Mahmoud Nekoozadeh, Rahmat Nourmand, Albert Peck, Robert Pendleton, Robert Pewitt, Allen Pierce, Gary Polson, John E. Roberts, Sarah Jane Roberts, Elio Rojas, Fara- marz Saffari, Melvin Schaefer, Jim Schuelein, David M. Sivadon, Robert Skinner, Michael Small, Cliff Spalding, Jay W. Spore, Phil Spriggs, Jordan Stilley, David Thom- as, John Tomlinson, Chris Underwood, Korvin Varthevan, Charles Walker, Paul Weaver, Dan White, Anna Lee Wiley, Kim Wilson, Reed Woods, Mitch Woolsy, Cheryl Wright. The objectives offtheii3aclubf.aref41fag. famna iarization of the sruuentsi t,iW the var- ious fields of engineeringfrttnrougn the use of field trips and guest speakers, tbl the giving of service to ourcommuni- ty and nation, and tcl the promotion of social harmony. . isa. it A " -,F ,few E in snsfkgrqzsv ' 'ts em, ai,5H11s?'Qiet?f,t at gt,,,,g?f,,gqfmm ., fltsfz ze was ,, , ,,W,,,e,, at a6,,,,,A . ,- S Sz 1559- Sxflitgiiem 2595521 The fOr Home --we, ,,., vt --A-'A M ww- fs-A ,V ff-f, ff' .ww rr-Sztfw,t,,,,::s,,: -V --itllftl -AWE? mek- U ,waistavail-2123,'siisifsfttlm Members: Carol Brown, Diana Price, Pam Evans, Mamcy Fields, Susie Dillon, Lou Ann Hughes, Dana Walker, Elizabeth Bowden, Mitzi Mooney, Gay Kelley, Mary Cox, Jan Lair, Melinda Davis, Ann Mayo, Kathy Adkins, Beth Magness, Linda Haygood, Betty Knight, Debbie Praytor, Bonnie Bandy, Janie Thurman, Sharon McCorkel, Gail Hanna, Sara Westmoreland, Delinda Cunningham, Pam Kirby, Marilyn Powers, Wanda Linn, Billie Jo Thomas, Anna McClellan, Pam Campbell, Becky Victor. HCIVIE ECONOMICS CLUB Front row: Delinda Cunningham, Vice President, Sharon McCorkell, Student Senate Alternate, Jan Lair and Janie Thurman, Recreation Di- rectors. Center row: Pam Kirby, President, Beth Magness, Historian, Gay Kelley, Publicity Chairman, Bonnie Bandy, Treasurer. Back row: Debbie Praytor, Song Leader, Cheryl Detchemendy, Secretary, Gail Hanna, Publicity Chairman, Carol Brown, Student Senate Rep- resentative. Left, Front row: Skip Nicholson dent. Back row: Kayla Pursley Secretary-Treasurer, Patty Dolan Student Senate Representative. IVIASQUERS Members: Terry Bremer, Jack Bourne, Joan Corneil, Pat- ty Dolan tSenate Repj, Keri Edmondson, Paul Evans, Lee Folkerts, Doug Golden, Sharon Graham, Debbie Har- mon, Pat Hess, Vicki Holden, Kathy Hughes, Bob Jones, Thena Mahurin, Fred D. Marlow, Retha Mercer, Lee Mus- grove tSenate Alt.J, Skip Nicholson tPresidentJ, Deanna Oliver, Rita Payton, Kayla Pursley tSecretary, Trea.J, Frank Rodd, Bill Roop Nice Pres.J, Jim Schafer, Lois Scowden, Arnie Shamblin, Greg Shoup, Monica Stun- kard, Daniel Sue, Paul Wever, Ron White, John Wilks. . ---,..11:--t.f- ft .t -we ' .- f f ' ilsi The ubgist to organize p rfonii3,teE2ftamaiic activities on 'cam - , 1, ,M ,.. ..,, , , , .QUSZ to in the theatre program achievement S , L President, Bill Roop, Vice Presi- E rfWga,,arr,w f Ji, lf, ,, af l fiftrlkblfvf if flint X2 15 'ta Silhiiiifxa 406 K Q" l all f' ,yrfl TOO good 'Mons actwigfiggiliielil l ,fmt ,J wi J ,M , ,, ,, , ,GOV if frii'i,wO 41 51, ,Q fly, ,, One of the features of Press Day was a banquet held for the mem- bers of paper and annual staffs from the surrounding area. Members: Floyd Barnes, Thomas Dean Coyle, Michael John Foley, Ken Lee Forney, Douglas Frazier, Aaron Harrell, James Randall Hibbard, John Richard Hughes, Jesse Clyde James, Milville Jamison, Douglas King, Rocky Maxson, Bobby Gene McAfee, Joel Meirr, Virgil Sharp, Bruce Tippit, Michael Joe Wadley, Jerry Edward Walker, Bryce Monroe Wildcat, Michael Ziler, Cynthia Allan, Kathy Baum, Jack Dkncan, William McBride, Joe Moss, Gayle Perry, Ronald Tanner. PRESS CLUB Niyg. LGF Honor coeds at Northeastern A 8t M are recognized through the Order of Freyja. Scholastic leaders include from left front, Lynn Cordray, Loretta Hobbs, Kay Oskison, Ray Oskisong center Janice Epps, Betty Knight, Cathe Mader, Tari Kelley, Pam Saw- yer, Suzette Trigalet. Back: Kathleen Williams, Charlotte Eischer, Sondra Berry, Gail Hanna, Claudia Wistrom, Dianne Barr, John Ann Masters, Mari- lyn Powers, Bonnie Bandy. Only those girls residing in college dormitories are eligible for membership in Order of Freyja. They will be among NEO scholars honored at the annual Hon- ors Banquet March 11 at the college. Those pictured are all freshmen. Those not pictured are Vivian Cravello, Lin- da Haggod, Shirley Rodgers, Jacque- lyn Allen, Karen Pilgrim, Trella Crow Williams, and Deena Hamilton. GRDER OF FFIEYJA l' Sophomore members of the Order of Freyja, honor organiza- tion at Northeastern A 8t M, include from left front, Marla Bolinger, Cherry Redus, Trudi Dunlap, Kathy Shamel. Back: Chris Taylor, Sharon Kuehn, Betsy Stone, and Dean Mary Roddy, faculty sponsor. One member not pictured is Sandy Ousley. ,Ma ,yi 59: .. -is sl ,Q .sg at A 5 -a'.lgraP?twew -as .aw ft' ft s .egg-85515 eel gf ,f 4- Q an - ' ,W ,tis .aff-,sa xr fi' ,529 fQff1t',1?j31Qt As? ,W ' M H '.-ff we N ' ,,a,,g-f, 25' ,St ww .Z fl V 5? ,fall -7955? wr: ,,,, VA: .. ,W it A 7, 13 fsiX',1w is Y SW' 7:swf2fV',,9Ef1lfeQ'f tt ea r eel? .wma . 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Qzvgslzs 'sg as 152 farm kim, Haggis 'wa ,X ,gm il lv sr. rv . iles.. fssriifl SP2 tis, Q tf we ,,, ., .waeiwfw gQ,Xgi-- -:iss 'sw-gfSmfggg,5zg.g ,g sf- 3, -at-las. ., M, Q , , .. .K 4,-7 51515 .r-942132, "f -15 H,-3 en- 535 g 1... --1zfx,,,, ...,,.,,A,,, ,W .at 8, ss., Nts. ,,-M, 3 as .w,,t., at : -- .aw at-.W -rw- M, J tt , .ff-f.,.r.,,. ..,, U t.,3g,.s, .tw . ,,, is if by , it 352 also PS as 'W tl -1 ,, f. as-,,,.,,..t.F 'eqrlm 5 'Jiri 'FEM ESQ l As' Jw 'gpg :Q sz, test .1 W, is ., .ww ,V ,, ,. 2 . , .,,, at Hg T., tg it ., get it 2 ,i?w,,.sw se.. sf- PIM. tea as it we-w WQEH, N3 'Q :sf it' la xgpjfaglgier 'ffgtiagsf' H Q .Sl 7 2 was 52 t .... ,, ,wg ga g at .Q ,JV .tariff we? s 2, ,5- , 9 if s.,,, T qu -W... iffmitst tw--I 1 fsgserafgag The purpose of the BSU is to relate stu- dents properly to Christ, promote spirit- ual and moral growth of students, pre- sent a positive Christian witness to the campus, reach the total student constit- uency, and discover, train, and conserve Christian leadership. Members: Harry Ashworth, Jim Baldwin, David Boyd, Freda Brown, Rebecca Bunce, Carol Curry, Joyce Dout- hitt, Liz Duree, Tim Fare, Wesley Graver, John Hall, Loretta Hobbs, Sam Hughes, Marlene Jantzen, Ted Kersh, Margaret Lazenby, Linda Lehman, Bob Lench, Richard Loudenslager, Dewayne Mead, Dianne Miller, Jeanne Parker, Bruce Peck, Kerry Potter, Debbie Praytor, Melva Pritchard, Steve Rutherland, Jerry Shriver, Mary Shriver, Wayne Thomasson, Anthony Thompson, Gay Turner, Eddie Williams, Larry Wyatt. BAPTIST STUDENT UNION Front row: Jeanne Parker, Student Senate Representative, Melva Prit- chard, Secretary-Treasurer, Joyce Couthitt, Social Chairman, Mar- garet Lazenby, Associate Secre- tary. Second row: Jerry Shriver, President, Richard Loudenslager, Missions Chairman, Mr. Don Cas- key, Faculty Adviser, Larry Wyatt, Vice President. Third row: Rev. Jo Don Olds, B.S.U. Director, Harry Ashworth, Vespers Chairman, Steve Rutherford, Assistant President. The f2QmPvSpneMr1nsi?1m deagstifefiest-Qsf P 'OV l dQSSiPiifii?fEliQe ills, 110 the Aaivi. f dation i c h u rc h es? bo a rd from mesfer Membership is open to any college student attending Northeastern Oklahoma College. CAMPUS MINISTRY Darrel St. Aubin Director Campus Ministry r 0 I MI 1 , E , s STRY R r ss Q Members' Kathy Baum Art Bonin Elizabeth Bowden The Newimqniciub asa christian discus- DT Brow- Ima 233151 MaUgfU,Dfinfvf J5CK,dM3lf'T sion Cruboirnwiyiinog mQim0faig.,iye-Ethics, i yy Qgfomigbegg gatgugquer aw, 8- relig iong y1anrt1,pther limpyprtantl: poncernsi ' ' Of 1 1a ffvf aaaaa a Front row: Rex Hogan, Student Sen- ate Representativeg Clara Serie, Secretaryg Chris Taylor, Student Senate Representative. Back row: Tim Mayworm, Presidentg Kathy Baum. NEWIVIAN CLUB First row: Sharon Graham, Senate Representativeg Beth Wright, Sec- retary Treasurerg Connie Bailey, Senate Alternate. Second row: Di- ane Wallace, Vice President, David Sevadon, President. CHI ALPHA Members: Connie Bailey, Sondra Berry, Brenda Chaney, Sharon Graham, Mrs. Harrison, John Ann Masters, Anna McClellan, David Sivadon, Ronnie Springfield, Daniel Sue, Connie Vandeventer, Diane Wallace, and Beth Wright. The club's ptgrpiose is to provide Chris- tian worship, fellowship and recreation, opportunitiesyjforr spiritual awakening and growth andgopporttunities to work in worthwh,ile ,fsQei a l, school, tor- ciitvwi c causes. f , .. ,y ..i..,. iisi. W - ,ity Gall Gerfen, Secretaryg Wayne Dow- ning Presidentg Ron Rohmilier, Student Senatorg Chris Taylor, Vice- Presidentg Betsy Stone, Treasurer. ThGLiffsflliifiisfatsltrE?yemoCrQIrSpHUF 0f9amt2afI0nt of younsgyipro!g lpeisstixfes dedicsatedy to they T v ac h i evesrj7entis ffof T free- CiQ FU - econo mio security y fhfQUQ'ihi ed? ucation actionwt ttllt WUTDTQ people rt of the erer r er T T rrt, T Members: Gail Gerfen, Wayne Downing, Ron Rohmiller Chris Taylor, and Betsy Stone. YOUNG DEIVIOCFZATS fm X W 45 Left front: Lyndia Bertges, Secre- tary, Glenn E. Schneider, President, Susan Hawksworth, Treasurer. Left back: Chris Underwood, Vice-Presi- dent, Diane Farrell, Student Senate Representative, Alvin Moffatt, Fac- ulty Sponsor. YOUNG FREPUBLICANS Members: Lyndia Bertges, Chris Underwood, Mike Thomp- son, Diane Farrell, Susan Hawksworth, Tom Branch, Roger Underwood, Phil Petros, Mike Adams, Vic Clouse, Lynn Burgess, Randy Pingrey, Rojas Rush. The purpose of the Young Republican Club is to acquaint young people with the Republican Party, and to assist with the political education of all members, sustaining their interest in the principles and purposes, while enabling them to actively participate in the activities of the Republican rlli Party. rlst t Q is 5' K2 f-1,5 fr .5 ,, ,,-v, eta, ,L,. 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PM -if Y s Members: Jackie Allen, Connie Andrews, Russell Bauer, Kathy Bellmyer, John Berry, Debby Brandenbury, Robert Broome, Dan Brown, Debbie Cannon, Deann Carver, Danny Castoe, Rex Chastain, Mark Clark, Don Cokely, Ronnie Cole, David Collins, Melvin Cook, Mary Cox, Jim Crow, Trella Crow, Doug Donmeyer, Danny Dunkel, De- nise Edwards, Ellis Enyart, Rita Gates, Kathy Goodwin, Larry Green, Burta Grimes, Gary Grogan, Vicki Harris, Loretta Hobbs, Joe Hoffman, Gary Holeman, Gay Hum- phrey, Van Jackson, Bill Jimison, Ronnie Kays, Sharon Kuehn, Clara Lodes, Diana Maples, Tom Mathis, Dan McClane, Suzy McCullough, Cary McMinn, Sherry Med- ley, Diane Miller, Mary Monholland, Lynn Paschal, Ter- rie Pelts, Gerald Phillips, Donna Phillips, Mike Poston, Kerry Potter, Debbie Reynolds, Roger Robinson, Wayne Rominger, Sandy Romine, Pam Sawyer, Cyndi Schulte, Lois Scowden, Don Sheram, Tony Smith, Kenneth Sut- Iey, Eddie Swain, Robert Testerman, Tim Thompson, Robert Treece, Terita Vaughan, Tony Walker, Gary War- ren, Marvin Wier, Lou Wilson, Jerilyn Zordel. INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLCGY SOCIETY Seated: Tim Williams, Tom Brace, Lou Wilson, Connie A n d r e w s. Standing: Jerry McMains, Marvin Wier, President, Gary Grogan, Stu- dent Senate Representativeg Roger Robinson. The officers of the Criminal Jus- tice Society are tfrontl Charles Bennett, President: Ed Salazar, Student Senate Representative, fbackl Iven Wall, Vice Presidentg Pat Soliday, Student Senate Al- ternate. CRIMINAL JUSTICE SOCIETY Members: Charley Bennett, Charles Douglas, Ronald Krieder, John Lane, Danny Mitts, John Nelson, James Oexman, Scott Peterson, Edwin Salazar, Wayne Simpson, Pat Soliday, Jerry Smith, Iven Wall. , , are-Q '-was-,ft A- 455142 sf sw Sa., Z My ei if it . ,L : , . , , ,Q T f , f . the was -, , I- , V , the CO" tags, to giilflhef ' ,tact Wlt'fifI?iW't l The . sei rot the D if T 'fseii Q we 01590 in desiQi75,3fftd'ldf?ifffiUiQ9QIf to emo Wage i Q P 1 reach i Q mu f H Qf iciently, fort - i J f5s0USffUCfiVe-" or AIDD Members: fFreshmenJ-Thomas Aston, Bobby Butler Melvin Cook, James Cossairt, Gary Deaton, Dennis Dial, Ronald Ellis, Mike Flavin, Robert Forslund, Terry Fu- gate, Evona Garner, Roger Gleidt, Terry Guthrie, Earl Harper, Lawrence Howe, Mitchell Ketcher, Stephen Kin- caide, Norman Krause, Gary Lewis, Robert Long, David McCoy, Robert McNabb, Jim Miller, Gerald Mott, Jim- mie Murphy, Steve Nickels, Ronnie Nickens, Virgil Nor- ris, Hugh Oswald, Phillip Prickett, Tab Rains, Dwight Rhodes, Charles Robbins, Wilson Rubottom, Michael Sample, Larry Smith, Dan Stefanopoulos, Kenneth Sud- duth, Larry Towes, Thomas Whorton, Russell Williams. fSophomoresi-Brian Barnes, Ralph Bobbit, Ronald Combs, Daniel Dunkel, Jerry Frazier, Glenn Gray, James Greer, Frederick Hagebusch, James Helton, Harold Huff- man, Steve Parker, Gerald Phillips, Dennis Pipher, Mike Poston, David Ritchey, Etta Robinson, Gary Rowley, James Rutelonis, Cynthia Schulte, James Sherrill, Da- vid Stratton, Samuel Thornton, Boyd Vanover, Vernon Wagner, Ray Walker, Richard Winters. Front row: Richard Winters, Trea- surerg Etta Pearl Robinson, Secre- tary, Cyndy Schulte, Reporter. Back row: Mike Stratton, Vice President, Ronnie Combs, Presidentg Jerry Frazier, Student Senate Repre- sentative. 1 "mp-M gate 1' Ii Q COACHES CUTIES The Coaches Cuties was organized to promote greater interest in athletic ac- tivities at Northeastern Oklahoma A 8t M through personal contact and distribu- tion of brochures, programs, randffpam- phlets at athletic activities. Members of the planning com , mittee are as follows: Mary Peck Mary Draper, and Dianne Dunn fp . min. Yfv 'QL QM 325. Wx? Q 2 2 ls 'Q R, M. GSK. 55? Eggx Wb?QLlWfwLg M. . W fi wwf 2 QW., my G ,. of . 255. M sgix-iiffzgfqggi, 'xi Wa 5 -dm, TEN. fs .W W VM Q. 5,, L -' ff, ' eau. f Qxe W -. 1 iiiigfifsfiw. Xml? A 'gieifkffig-QEQRE "ik iss!-Ky. ,gram .w4..'rfm QlQ,.w,. :fe r Q' 'Q f- 'Siem fe 155.22 wg. 2 M we fs wfgwagx 'yum .V . ,,,.. A,,. ,gi M M 3. X, a ,Q --. 1 gf. ww. '+., A Iwa- Q. ig .,, -X 4. 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Vice President, Trella Crow, Presi- Back row: James Thompson, Sen- 4 The purpose of this organization is to increase Contact among ourselves, par- ticipation in campus activities, identifi- cation as a group, pride in our Negro- American and African Heritage, and contact between Afro-Americans on campus and those in the surrounding areas. Members: Eunice Anderson, Trisia Anderson, Milton Blakely, Norva Bowie, Rufus Boyd, Wilhemina Brewer, Ernestine Clark, James Degrate, Dianne Dumas, Jackie Fields, Gloria Folks, Sammy Folks, Melvin Hall, John Hoover, Jim Irvin, Vergie Jones, Kenneth Kennedy, Char- lene Moore, Lolita Page, Norman Stevenson, Arthur Stokes, Phil Thomas, Doris Vann, Jessie Vann, Patricia White, Debbie Williams, Jeanette Williams, John Wil- liams, Phyllis Williams, Llewellyn Wilis, Brenda Wilson. AFRO-AMERICAN CLUB Left, seated: Jackie Fields, Gen- eral Secretary, Sam Folks, Presi- dent, Pat White, Assistant Secre- tary. Standing: Llewellyn Ft. 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Ronnie Knight Ralph McGill Steve Pratt Sand Springs, Oklahoma Selring, Florida Hominy, Oklahoma Bmw' 0H"'0'w+I 'UW ' 4-av'-fHk'1'i' Mel Riggins Jim Selfridge Bobby Taylor Charleston, West Virginia Chickasha, Oklahoma Tulsa, Oklahoma 'Zuma Rick Vandaveer Shawnee, Oklahoma Grand Rapid Raiders "hang-on" as John Cherry barrels through. ,das 'lv Larry Waldron Ben Wasson Steve Watson Dade City, Florida Bartlesville, Oklahoma Bristow, Oklahoma Matt Blair Don Brinker Pat Buffington Dayton, Ohio Broken Bow, Oklahoma Peru, Indiana Earl Burrell Jim Butler Richard Carney Fort Worth, Texas Midland, Texas McAlester, Oklahoma John Cherry Jim Clary Joe Clary Bridgeton, Missouri Valdosta, Georgia Valdosta, Georgia l Bobby Taylor makes a good tackle. Coach Tiger presents trophies to John Harrison, best offensive player, and Bobby Taylor, best defensive player at the Savannah Bowl. 3 Z 1 'wed' AI Deen Ray DeForrest Ernie DuBose Adel, Georgia Manahawkins, New Jersey Saratoga, Florida A-ww 7EfiEE55i135f55f5T:i-ii:1Y'l555 B ...X ,.i.A.,. .mg-..:v.:z-r.fv.s - 1 - sei:-ifz.-rf-si. 1. . f N Steve Eaton Larry Gramling Ken Garrett Kansas City, Missouri Jacksonville, Florida Fayetteville, North Carol na its x Charles Grayson Miami, Oklahoma 112 J. B. Redus receives the Monty Franks Spirit Award. gm Earl Harper George Harris Bixby, Oklahoma Brooklyn, New York Reginald Harrison George Hess Larry Hutto Arlington, Virginia Pensacola, Florida Chamblee, Georgia Norman Young on the move! WNW Barry Korner Dan Kreidler Carl Lowe Bartlesville, Oklahoma Clewiston, Florida North Little Rock, Arkansas 4 John Lukas Tom McGarry Robert Miller Jacksonville, Florida Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Houston, Texas Mel Higgins carries the ball for yardage against Chicago Wilson. Larry Waldron receives the "Unsung Hero Award" at the football banquet. id Dave OQHV1 Calvin Payne Larry Pierce TUISH, OKl21hOma St. Louis, Missouri Saratoga, Florida , ,aa, MH Larry Puccini Jerry Rice Robin Robinson North Riverside, Illinois Stanford, Texas Riviera Beach, Florida Bill Schmid Herbert Scott Jim Sharp Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Washington D.C. Hollywood, Florida kf Vince Singleton Mike Spicer Bob Smith Washington D.C. Grove, Oklahoma Stillwater, Oklahoma Larry Waldron covers for Steve Watson as he runs for a touchdown. 6 W, ..,,,, -W .. img W- Q Darrell Stinchcomb Duane Thomas Doug Vanhouten lvlinco, Oklahoma Fairland, Oklahoma Columbus, Kansas Ken Watson Norman Young Bill Yocum Jacksonville, Florida Washington D.C. Bartlesville, Oklahoma ...qi The football team put good use to the training room facilities. Paul Fisher, Trainer Kenny lVlcKee, Trainer J, B, Redusy Trainer Tulsa, Oklahoma Wyandotte, Oklahoma Tulsa, Olahoma NORSE BASKETBALL First row: Bob Taul, Chuck Burton, Jerry Holderby, Chris Davis, Larry Brown, Corum Turner, Mike McLannan, Chester Knight. Second row: Jack Gideon, Bob Wieberg, Tom Pate, Ftob Richardson, Edwyn Wakefield, Bob Kemp, Frank Cornejo, Wayne Crosswy. Back row: Mardi Cornejo, John Hoover, Melvin Hall, Stephan Smith, Arthur Stokes, James Degrate, Nathan Vaughan, Renaldo James. NJCAA REGION II CHAMPS Chester Knight, Student Manager Chetus Green, Head Coach. Eugene Prevett, Assistant Coach. SOPHOIVIORE NORSEIVIEN WWW Frank Cornejo Tom Pate Chuck Burton Larry Brown goes high for an easy basket after stealing the ball. Larry Brown John Hoover The Norse Stars form a corridor to cheer the Norsemen toward the beginning of another vic- tory. qgpugmmmn H I wmv Corum Turner Mdfllli 2 I1 9 SOPHOIVIORE NORSEIVIEN 7 Mm diana Af aah awww. if ,mv-19 Renaldo James Rob Richardson Jerry Holderby EDM 2332122 Renaldo James leaps high for two points against Ok- mulgee Tech. Larry Brown Region ll All-Tournament Team, Region ll Team, Region ll Tour- nament Most Valuable Player, NJCAA All-Tournament Team, NJCAA All-American. FFZESHMAN NORSEMEN Edwyn Wakefield Mardi Cornejo Stephen Smith Mike McLennon Wayne Crosswy Nathan Vaughn Arthur Stokes Bob Wieberg Bob Kemp ww Jack Gideon Bob Taul Chris Davis Melvin Hall James Degrate TRACK Front row: Sam Thornton, Brian Hobart, Danny Kastl, Tom Lloyd. Second row: Coach Don Rominger, Dick Moser, John Loehr, Roger Millspaugh, Coach Tollie Bibb. F A5514 'rrr' . 1 "" ' u 1 ,,,, jg- ,g"','2a1,.5'5.'j,,.v1zg:if'f-' 5 X A , WW H ' r'rL i 'ro"o A ' 3 ' . ,,, . ccr crrc it f ,. f f ":.' f "1z2Lf"22' 1z."f'Ei" ':, rr K K I ,V , l - 33, fL,VV .. .H ' if Qi., .,'. "" - f '," 42' N , f 'Mi , , , L , ,," ' , Z . f Brian Hobart hands baton to Sam Thornton in the 440 Relay. "" P"' fvwywwwmn M , ,V .,,....,.,,.,,.,.. AVLG L ,o,o , During practice R e g g i e Harrison displays his strength in shot put competition. TRACK Norman Young looks on as Barry Korner tries his ability at The aff of P019 VSUWNQ is diSPl6Y9d by Dan Kastl the long jump. Front row: Bill Pratt, Carl Lowe, Chris Bousum, Gary Anglin, Randy Heierding, Bob Winter. Second row: Mitchell Ketcher, Robb Cartnur, Norman Young, Pete de Jesus, Ken Garrett, Bill Ward. Third row: Frank Riggs, Barry Korner, Larry Pierce, Derek Burgman, Gary James, Eddie Williams, John Roberts, Manager. 4 BASEBALL H5051 Front row: Stan Tatum, Steve Rippee, Ron Johnson, Kenny Roberson, Bobby Taylor. Second row: Leonard Fields, Jimmy Helton, Lenny Skye, Richard Willis, Garrell Simpson, Wayne LaCoe. Coaches, Richard Cook and Bob Maxwell. l First row: Johnny Toolate, Mike Crenshaw, Gerald Fisher, Doug Donmier, Greg Beish, George Harris, Bill Glass, Buzz Tacker, Wilson Rubottom. Second row: Bob Thompson, Jimmy Sharp, John Cherry, David Emberson, Wayne Lowry, Ron Chissoe, Chris Wilson, Richard Buntt. Third row: Gary Bivin, John Morgan, Kieth Lawwell, Chris Bratcher, Howard Morgan, Rick Hibbard, Greg Diebold, Dwayne Mead, Rick Whitaker. SOPHOIVIORE BASEBALLERS fqyhvon z 'F Q' Lenny Skye Garrell Simpson Wayne LaCoe Leonard Fields T k'L P Q.. S If E U t ts S S 1 Steve Ftippee Jimmy Helton Ronnie Johnson iS' Q S yymy oyyynmo t 6 t " , m mnm o yym at S S QI Vg. Sm. 1 3,553 Q t Il .4.-43 S M A ' S, Kenny Roberson Stan Tatum Bobby TaYl0" Richard WHHS GOLF TEAM COACH Mr. Kenneth Richards The members of the golf team are: Wendell Evans, Greg Stephens, Steve Grogan, Terry Evans, Steve Burger, Joe Moss, Chuck Pitcock. Not pictured: Nlike Adkinson, Randy James, Jack Mann, John Howard. Rose Wilkins Tennis Coach TENNIS Members of the boys tennis team are front row: Paul lvlahoutchian, Gary Yoder. Back row: Phil Stobaugh, and Bob Cooper. !,. 'NA ir? N . SE N, Girls Tennis team members are seated: Brenda Hollis, Joan Lockwood. Back: Martha Lunday, Kathy Brown. CROSS-COUNTRY Front row: Roger Millspaugh, Tom Lloyd, Gary Anglin, Chris Bousum. Second row: Randy Heierding, Bill Pratt, Bob Winter, Coach Tollie Bibb. CROSS COUNTRY ALL AMERICAN Captain Bob Winter, All American Randy Heierding, and Cross Country Randy Heierding Coach Tollie Bibb. if 2 . . QM ' 'S-V V - fx A A-vxixxiv .imtrx X 'mm 1 sums if "'lM'll 'QP-H5 5. M.f7,,,,, ,.,, I f 4 . 'Ui F ' X X 3 ' '- f. Sea, ,N 'Kam "fu ' in Q, M . 'fi MHS ,N wif wt? 5,3 2? iffy, M-ml Q1 -35 if X GQ? x VVHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN JUNIOR COLLEGES Sharon Kay McCorkell is a sophomore from Wyandotte, Oklahoma, majoring in Home Economics. She has been listed on the President's Honor Roll and holds a 3.56 grade point average. Sharon is active in the Home Eco- nomlcs Club, Phi Theta Kappa, and is an alternate for the Student Senate. Ronnie White, a member of the college band and cho- rus, is a sophomore from Miami, Oklahoma. Ronnie is a member of the Nlasquers Club and has had an active part in every college stage production in his two years at NEO. He is also a member of Phi Theta Kappa. Ron- nie has a grade point average of 3.81. Charles Allan Kerr, an active member in the Aggie Society, participated in functions such as Aggie Day and the Rodeo Club. He represented NEO as a member of the National Champion Livestock Judging Team. He also is a member of the Wesley Foundation and Phi Th t K ' ' e a appa. He carried a 3.38 grade point average. , l Noise Vvmd all W,-,iff '25 - Aiz' 7" ' . V-15 lp 4 YQ W at Jim Lowry, first semester Student Senate President, has maintained a grade point average of 3.53. He is the treasurer of the Press Club, music co-chairman of the Baptist Student Union, and a member of Phi Theta Kappa, the college chorus, and Boys Quartet. Jim is NEO's representative to the Governors Council of Young Oklahomans. He also participated in the pro- duction of t'OkIahoma." DeAnn Carver, a member of the ITS Club, is a Com- puter Science major from Welch, Oklahoma. She is the projects chairman for Phi Theta Kappa and gener- al manager of the Intramurals for Women. DeAnn has served as the basketball statistician for two years and represented NEO on the Women's Track Team at the OSU meet in 1969. DeAnn is carrying a 3.5 grade point average. if w v W if Tn' A , U f Viet, Mike Finney has represented NEO on the livestock judging team at Denver and was the high individual in the National Contest. He is the Student Senate Al- ternate ot the Aggie Society, Student Senate Repre- sentative of the Rodeo Club, and a member of Phi Theta Kappa. He has maintained a 3.51 grade average. Penny Kay Walters, Sophomore Class President, is ac- tive in business club, Phi Theta Kappa, Student Senate, and Young Republicans. Penny served as chairman of the Christmas Party and attended OSUls leadership conference. Penny has maintained a 3.4 grade point average. Kenneth Nickell has actively participated in the Aggie Society, Phi Theta Kappa, Wesley Youth Group, and contributed to NEO by working on Senior Day and Ag- gie Day. Kenneth also represented NEO at Houston by being on the top judging team. Kenneth maintains a 3.1 grade average. ANNER "fr Mark Grigsby, a major in Animal Nutritions, is from Welch, Oklahoma. Mark is Vice President of the Stu- dent Senate, President of the Aggie Society, 3rd Vice President of Phi Theta Kappa, and a member of the Rodeo Club and Christian Church Youth Group. Along with these activities Mark has represented NEO at Den- ver with the Livestock Judging Team. Mark's grade point average is 3.85. Kathryn Earlene Shamel is a member of Phi Theta Kap- pa and the Order of Freyja. Among other activities Kathy has been a cheerleader for two years, Homecom- ing Queen, and has been listed on both the Presidentts and Dean's Honor Roll. Kathy's grade point average is 3.867. Jim Robert Ferguson, a sophomore from Nebraska, has a grade average of 3.1. He has served as Vice Presi- dent of the Aggie Society, Publicity Chairman of the Rodeo Club, and is a member of Phi Theta Kappa. .Jim was a member of the National Champion Livestock Judging team at Denver. .qnP"'i 72 - gk. ki? .s .Q-1 Sarah Jane Roberts has been on the Presidents Honor Roll each year, with a 4.0 grade average. She is secre- tary and treasurer of the Engineers Club and is Vice President of Phi Theta Kappa. She has served as a math tutor, was Engineers Club candidate for Home- coming Queen and received a 4-year National Merit Scholarship. Christine Gail Taylor has served as Freshman class secretary, Sophomore class Senator, and Debate Squad Senator. She is an active member of Phi Theta Kappa, Presidents Honor Roll, Young Democrats, Norse Cam- pus Ministry, and the Order of Freyja. Chris maintains a 4.0 grade average. Rockne Ray lvlaxson carries a 3.43 grade average. He is a sophomore from Welch, Oklahoma, and is a mem- ber of the Aggie Society, Rodeo Club, Phi Theta Kappa, and Wesley Youth Foundation. Rockne contributed to NEO by working Senior Day and Aggie Day and by be- ing a member of the NEO Livestock Judging Team. 'M Pam Kirby is President of the Home Economics Club, and a member of Phi Theta Kappa, Annual Staff, and Student Senate. Pam is a sophomore from Colcord, Oklahoma, and maintains a 3.3 grade point average. Pam has represented NEO at several state Home Economics meetings. Mary Rebecca Victor is a Home Economics major from Afton, Oklahoma. Becky has a 3.65 grade aver- age and has been listed on both the President's and Dean's Honor Floll. Becky is a member of the Home Economics Club, Phi Theta Kappa, and is assistant Editor of the annual. She was Aggie Princess, first runner-up for Homecoming Queen, and a state Home Economics officer. Cherry Redus, an elementary education major from Afton, has maintained a grade point average of 3.64. Serving as Editor of the Yearbook, she represented NEO at an OCPA meeting at OSU. She has held the offices of Student Senate Representative for Phi Theta Kappa and the Home Economics Club and served as a member of the Order of Freyja. Aw ik if -I .-I HX ww ' .sf ,,, I .L.. I ak . i . 4 , .. MI ff- if i L -y ,-'1 I Q 5i If - ' ' I ' I gk I I I 2 Q I 9 7 QI I 3 3 3 is R Q I Q I I 5 ? -5 951 f 3 3 X 9 1 I V9 X , I U X' I I x I , NE 9 We I I W YI I I s x giifx . if X1 X I X I5 if I SQ I xg X S 5 xj If 7 'f h 5? Q 2 R I 5 I I f II I I X 1 I 'W' I I I I I I 4 I Y S K i I 22 I 3 Q gi gl XII I I it kx'5Ag'f'?x 2 E IU 1 xix X I Ex s I I x I II III III IN I 9 I I, 5 , 5 I XX IIII I I I E byzi Q: ZSE ..' lg E-, Q1 Q I i I ' ' I If I xx gi I ig f l IW ' ' I I ' ' ' I I if I I I I I I is "W,k. Q at I ' I I I I 2 hi I f 5 If I I I S I I I ,3,fTjjf I I I I I II 5' I I I S If. gi A , I Im I I Exif I I 3 Q Q R. I 7' . , My I X3 I I 55,5 I ia' I N EQ I IIL iI ,l li lil I Il SAI i'g j I I f ! 2' f f ' . , . I F eff VIKING EDITORS Che yRedus Ed to Be kyVcto A sta tEdt ANNUAL The lay-out on one of the royalty pages seems to present a temporary problem. The editors try to put their heads to- gether in planning a trial lay-out. Nlelva, Gail, Kerry, and Donna work hard to finish the royalty section. J5v'VM 'LM STAFF swan! V, ,k,,,,,, I Many good ideas develop from browsing through Vikings of previous years. The last pages are finally finished. Whatba relief! The staff contemplates which picture to select. aff! The NEO A 81 lVl College Theatre produced the Wizard of Oz which thrilled old and young alike. Look Homeward Angel, a drama, appealed to the more serious audience. The Sound of Music, another musical highlighted the season's productions and was viewed by over 4,000 patrons. The fantastic trees in the Wizard of Oz glare at Mr. Graham and the stage crew who created them. Colleen Clark, the Sorceress of the North, floats in 'on a cloud to see that the story has a happy ending. Dorothy, played by Karen Pilgrim wishes that she could be "Somewhere Over the Rainbow." THE SCJUND OF MUSIC ,,... Z..f' ev Director Shirl White surveys the painting of the terrace drop by scene designer Jerrold Graham and assistants. The nuns sing at the Abbey, "How do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?" "The Hills are Alive" sings Maria played by Mary Grace Crussell. 40 LOOK HOIVIEVVAFRD ANGEL A lot of excitement is created when W.O. Gant, played by Frank Rodd, comes home drunk. Mrs. Gant, played by Marti Maloney, disap- proves of lVlrs. Pert's attention toward Ben, Skip Nicholson, but "Fattyl' Pert, played by Vicki Holden takes the scolding good naturedly as Eugene Gant, Gregg Shoup, listens in. At one of his sober moments, Mr. Gant's at- tention centers on the new boarder, Laura James, played by Joan Cornell, who has cap- tured the attention of the youngest Gant son, Eugene. NURSE WIND 4 ,ns af A 5' " Yi' W Q 'mfg W The officers of the Norse Wind are seated, Ray Lea, editorg back, Kathy Baum, reporterg Jim Lowry photographerg Ken Roberson, sports editor. Two members of the Norse Wind Staff distribute tablegrams which relate headlines ofthe day. STAFF Cynthia Allan Kathy Baum Jack Duncan William lVIcBride Joe Paul Moss Gayle Perry Ronald Tanner Jim Lowry Ken Roberson Ray Lea 42 JUDGING Members of Northeastern A 81 M's Livestock Judging Team, which won the collegiate con- test in Denver, show their trophies to Dr. D.D. Creech, the college President, after their return to the campus. Seated: Lawson Essex, Douglas Cooper, Dr. Creech, DeWayne Stamper, and Mike Price. Standing: Coach Jary Douglas, Kent Houston, Jim Ferguson, and Mike Finney. :X-hx 'ZF 54- Champions in the Southwestern Livestock Exposition at Fort Worth are as follows, front row: Rockne Maxson, Mike Finney, Wayne Stamper, Richard Cook. Back row: Gary Good- win, Mark Grigsby, Mike Price and Coach Jary Douglas. TEAMS Final competition for the livestock judging team members at NEO produced these trophies and a 2nd place finish at Houston. Members making the trip included: front, Ftockne Max- son, Mark Grigsby, Richard Cook. Back: Larry Stamper, Lawson Essex, Douglas Cooper, and Mike Finney. Grigsby was 3rd high individual and Maxson came in 5th. sv sfSis2ifMgggissgflxhfiattiasiatsi. , . , .. , 'i N5 ff-fqiiifii1f5'si'5EsfSi:i"ie?gfgsfi'.f:iYfim12.ssiiir :rs slams as sis Practice judging aids in determining the qualifications for selection of the judging team members. 'I4 44 M,,,..fff-'i N O Fi S E IVI A N Sophomore Cheerleaders: Barbie Teipel, Adonna Zordell, Debbie Cook, Kathy Shamel, Kathy Kearney, and Sharon Kuehn. ,Q .4 . ,, Am., .W V 'V '-drhvf Q A, ki M, an Vi, ff, ,' , ,M ,, 1 W. l 1. . wus - - ' Norse Cheerleaders build up student body spirit betore a football game. 7 Y , I ,fy-' Freshman Cheerleaders: Faye Weaver Janelle Mosier, Sharon Wisely, Shelly James, Claudia Moris. Archie Gwartney, sponsor of the NEO cheer- leaders, makes plans for their next activities. Cheerleaders talk to students during the half time of a Norse basketball game. ' Late arrivals attempt to create a new blaze at a bonfire pep rally. I4 NEO CHORUS Row one-Jeanie Parker, Sherry Carter, Karen Pilgrim, Mary Grace Crussell, Sandy Miller, Shirley Davis, Connie Moore, Colleen Clark, Cindy Allen, Janice Bayouth, Sally Knight, Deena Knight, Linda Lehman, Pat Camel. Row two -Gloria Barnett, Linda Oxford, Janice Sanders, Nancy Fields, Clara Key, Carla Selazar, Kathy Griffith, Barbara Fouts, Lolita Page, Sherry Buzzard, Grace Ann Eddings, Becky Wilson, Gay Kelly, Jan Phillips, Suzanne Shartel, JoHannah Smith. Row three-Debbie Davidson, Karen McDermit, Michelle Willson, Johnny Johnson, Ronnie White, John Hardie, Joe Erwin, Noel Weeks, Harry Ashworth, Rob Davis, Larry Wyatt, Marti Debinski, Don Messerli. Row four-Mike Wil- liams, Larry Exendine, John Held, John Lowe, Fred Mundt, Roger Rush, Mike Lawson, George Harrison, Tim Fare, Dennis Whitner, Mearl Redden, Charles Surine, Paul Foutner. The activities of the chorous are not only formal but involve infor- Mr. Richards, choral director, and his pianist pause mal presentations such as at pep assemblies. from work for the photographer. ,Q ,V ' rr ', fyffffawf A few I I il NURSE BAND HW , 3 JJM x 1 0 Mike Mayer is the Norse Drum Major. v... ,Q .. A ,ms A . - - . 5- W, -an-Q ,.- 1-am.:-.Q was Norse -"?- A 1-awe 234 ' f V ifax 'sv . I.-., Twirlersz Linda Oxford, Ronnie Lowery, and Linda Burgess. Robert Swanson, band director, ad- justs new band uniforms. --4 -uvqyf wh., ...Z K-0 -J?"-. f'Q:x'1 'D' ,bex .- ., 'WJ Q 'K wR.kM,s'- . WW ., -F .9 sv -, -3'Af!?Qu"' .f v."w.-..L-mx' ' . is I4 NORSE STARS 48 First row: Jan Lair, Sally Knight, Pat Walker, Thena Mahurin, Linda Kay, Gail Parker, Dana Walker, Carolyn Krieder. Second row: Cathy Baum, Monica Stunkard, Bee Korb, Janie Thurman, Virgie Jones, Debbie Mohr, Pat Loehr, Shelly James. Third row: Maurine Reese, Shirley Brinker, Marilyn Brown, Marsha Crosby, Lee Musgrove, Lou Ann Hughes, Paula Rolstun, Dee Anna Oliver. Fourth row: Cindy Macklin, Brenda Chaney, Debbie Reynolds, Pat Taylor, Sondra Pittman, Retha Mercer, Cathy Gailey. Fifth row: Lucia Wright, Teresa Graham, Janie Fouts, Carla Kelley, Raymonda DeVull, Sally Root, Grace Ann Shamblin, Cathy Hughes. Sixth row: Pam Evans, Kaye Oskinson, Cathy Hampton, Teresa Warner, Diane Maples, Raye Oskinson. Seventh row.- Pam Sawyer, Marilyn Venus, Marcia Venus, Joy Amrams, Gail Gerfen, Kay Miller, Susy Clemons. 'IMI' Indian costumes are used for special occasions. The Norse Stars performed in the Homecoming Parade. Er... f -Q .eke I -- A few ofthe Norse Stars select an appropriate costume. fr' .4'. Fa..-if ,Lk g Pat, Debbie, and Bee display their new Norse Star sweatshirts A F, f 2 -.ttgaggw t as ri tio Ili iff ' NX is sfs gg, n fi. if -f3i? " if J me t5tm...f'-3"V yx'M"-MJT? S, f-. ' F its K Mapes. , 1' A ef 'W' t ot - N 1, ,I fi F-4:2 ,NE 'x..., Aw!! 9' V ,' 'S 4 in E:'k - ii . in " S . v.. , 1 A t :QW X , ' -i,1.fH'ig'i M3355 a ,. o 1.375 fr " '79 7- ..... x.......ix ,...--af if "kg ., Norse Star girls pose on the rail in the stadium. 14 HOMECOMING PARADE aww-ASR First Place ITS "SO Years" Second Place Thirq Place Masquer's Engmeers . . , 'lWelre Proud as a Peacock of our First 50 50 Years of Progress In Engmeermg Years" , , , f Fourth Place Business "Golden Anniversary Cakeu fl- 4 o , ,...-L Aggies and Home Economies "Hats Off to NEO" oikf l M959 Order of Freyja "We've Come a Long Way Baby" Y f i rl., Ti 'F' x,.,,,V ' Freshman Class "The Challenge of Progress" Young Republicans l'Campus, Then and Now Ambassadors and Language BSU H50 Years of the Search for Peace Through Education" l'One World, One Lord, One Witness Young Democrats Sophomore Class "Golden Year for Golden Norse" 152 1 6 if Q fy .,2 521 .ll fe, y 'Q ' 'ww b f wi' 'fs in , Mgr ' 1 ic q .: Z i V 'Syl ' .- ' '52 'Q ,sw -2 , ,V f:'135f321" lf" i5X::.xwV G x ,Ak fix ' M62 avi" eizmf Q 2522553155 WL121 3353152 " 2 6 2 View 353255711 X KY ,Q 2 2 Zan sz f is, ww, 3 . , ZI?i ff?M?'mW I f Y , 'EizEffW L' 755V .E" 9 Q: HOMECOMING QUEEN Miss Kathy Shame! SandHS,pr,mgg,V Qklahoma Homecoming Queen candidates and their escorts parade onto the football field during the half time ceremonies. Homecoming Queen candidates eat as a group with the The announcement of Kathy as winner brings smiles to interviewing committee. the faces of the candidates. , -- f 1,3 , , . fd 'h , E Each queen candidate is interviewed personally as a part ofthe qualifications for selection. HOVIECOIVING QUEEN RUNNERS-UP Adonna Zordel First Runner-Up Homecoming Queen Aggie Society 6 i Vicki Harris Second Runner-Up Homecoming Queen ITS 'Uf'W , .-mg. , IQ, 'i.fem,k2LQ21Z21Ya3e?Ex62?k:?5fx,silx Ai HOIVIECOIVIING ATTENDANTS Grace Ann Eddings Business Club Carol Sanders Phi Theta Kappa Janelle Mosier Freshman Class Eff" Sarah Jane Roberts Anita Chan Engineers Club Ambassadors Club HOIVIECCIVIING ATTENDANTS Kathy Kearney Young Democrats HOIVIECGIVIING ATTENDANTS Hall uers Club VIKING QUE Miss Becky Afton VIKING QUEEN RUNNERS-UP VIKING QUEEN ATTENDANTS GF d, 5,...m.1.g:4pw,,.m'W-,XMQ-ff, h,-,,, Q ,--,, Q ,,-,-f A ,-f,Q,:v,L,h. "Q"'lr-vf-M ' ',"' 5 ff W' , , Q , ,,,,, , I wwf v't,,.A.,w .MM BASKETBALL QUE Brenda Wilson Tulsa Oklahoma .af , WWW? wif g. Ttqwy U' r ' " --1 Y ' A, , 1 4 v f 1 53 ",. 5 i 'E ii iii 2 .A 1,32 'E i, 1-feggp, , FRESHIVIEN ' 532' W, kwr WQJSEEW Q EW 2 Jam-11 W -.W R MW ,A I Wm, qw 'W' ,v ,, Q14 v k M ,1 3 3 'Q-2 1 "WW 3N?'if H E4E p .L,m. 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W 5 Brenda Ayers Art Bluejacket Charles Bagwell Law Tulsa Constance Bailey Business Miami Robert Bailey Aviation Tulsa Virgil Baker Business Miami Donna Baldridge Data Processing Grove Scotty Baldridge General Miami James Leon Baldwin General Miami ' 5 Mg ff v Maw ,YW 3 fx- ' ,. ' "M" 1533.2 ,Q -',1i,'mE:s,Z. 3 ' "W: .,'!1,'gfj1g.,."-: 1 gy K 6 'A Za A 3? A 1 if 0' f if ' Y? Q .,1, 'K j 51 at wi Eggu qg Richard Armstrong Veterinary Medicine Tulsa Gary Lee Arnet Data Processing Bartlesville Carol Arnold Business Tulsa Harry Ashworth Business Tulsa Tom Aston General Tulsa Jim Atkinson Engineering Dewey Barbara Auld General Blackwell Brad Ayers Physical Education Skiatook , Wifi fp lyk ,au ,Zh Mfg f X f X Mm! 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Betancourt Business Venezula Barbara Billings Business Tulsa Gerald Birins Business Beggs Mike Bishop Medical Technology Bristow Cathy Bitner Business Tulsa William Allen Black Agriculture Broken Arrow Charles Blacknall General Tulsa Peggy Anne Blaine Elementary Education Grove Marla Beers Business Bartlesville Julia Frances Begay Practical Nursing Ponca City Greg Beish History Clearfield, Pennsylvania Katherine Bellmyer Computer Science Sand Springs Larry Benbrook General Miami Barbara Bennett Secretarial Science Vian Nels Bentson Forestry Bartlesville Sondra Berry Business Grove g - . 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Thomas Brace Mechanical Technology Ashtabula, Ohio Keenan Bradford Data Processing Tulsa Pamela Jeanne Bradley Physical Education Miami Joseph Brady, Jr. History Miami Sam Braker Agriculture Liberal, Missouri Douglas Eric Brammen Pre-Dental New Orleans, Louisiana James A. Branch Animal Science Cleveland Debbie Brandenburg Data Processing Tulsa Charles Brashers General Chelsea Chris Bratcher Arts 8t Sciences Springfield, Missouri Roberta Breaune General Miami Terry Bremer Pre-Law Aurora, Missouri Donald Roy Brinker Math Parkersburg, West Virginia Shirley Brinker Home Economics Wann Cheryl Broome General Tulsa Robert Broome Computer Data Processing Tulsa Gary L. Brown Business Tulsa Linda Diana Brown Practical Nursing Locust Grove Marilyn Brown Business Bartlesville Ronnie Lee Brown Electrical Technology Bluejacket Bill Brummett General Tulsa Paulette Bryant Business Education Tulsa Richard Buckles Agriculture Broken Arrow Stephen Buffington General Peru, Indiana Lynn Burgess Geology Tulsa Derek Burgman Physical Education Brooklyn, New York Vickie Burks Business Dewey , 5' E. . -'ri a3::f"i 'fy, ' 9 ,g 52535, s S ,f di.: NP-c X at s Q Q X fx 'fi H S Rs 3 1' A XE. X 74 QQ 5, A? iff Don Burn Arts 81 Science Tulsa Patsy Burnside Physical Education Bluejacket Peggy Burnside Biological Science Miami Earl L. Burrell, lll Recreation Ft. Worth, Texas Carolyn Burris Business Fairland Clara Sue Burwell Practical Nursing Miami Judy Bush Arts 8. Science Tulsa Diane Butler Business Bartlesville James Melvin Butler Business Midland, Texas Robert Butler Commercial Art Tulsa Doug Buzzard Animal Science Grove Judy Buzzard General Quapaw Sherry Buzzard Elementary Education Grove Barbara Ann Byrd Business Miami Donna Cain Business Sapulpa James Wesley Calhoun Psychology Dewey Russell Callahan Computer Science Miami Bob Callis General Education Tulsa Gary Campbell Computer Science Ardmore Mike Campbell Business Miami Pamela Campbell Home Economics Tulsa Pat Campbell Business Tulsa Ronnie Campbell Agriculture Tulsa Debbie Cannon Data Processing Bartlesville Richard Nelson Carney Pre Law McAlester Alan W. Carpenter Art Tulsa Charles Carroll General Eucha Juanita Carter Nursing Tulsa Sherry Carter Art Bartlesville Robert Cartner Law Tulsa Danny Castoe Data Processing Adair Gary Cauthon Medical Technology Vinita Ronald Duane Caywood Physical Education Waterloo, Illinois Brenda Kay Chaney Business Miami Leonard Charles Conservation Bartlesville Jane Chase Business Miami John Cherry General Bridgeton, Missouri Nancy Childers Home Economics Sand Springs Larry Clark Tahlequah Business Jim Clary General Valdosta, Georgia Joe Clary General Valdosta, Georgia Joe Clay General Education Shawnee Ron Cleghorn Business Tulsa Dennis Clements Agriculture Dexter, Iowa Don Clemons History Tulsa Cathy Coash Home Economics Bradley Larry Codding Business Copan Janet Collingsworth Secretarial Science Southwest City, Missou ri f ,, .,,.,, , , ww i . 'i 4 3' K X, Q. it l, Hi, I uk 1' - LH ww if is - Vi, f 11 3 N Ytfxfff fiy 5, 4 W2 ta Melvin C. Cook Drafting Miami Roger Cook Agriculture Afton Joe Coon Engineering Keenawa Bob Cooper Computer Science Broken Arrow Douglas Cooper Agriculture Stuarts Draft, Virginia Dean Coppedge Veterinary Miami Michael Kent Corbeth General Bartlesville Lynn Cordray Home Economics White Oak David Collins Computer Science Miami Fred Collins Arts 81 Sciences Miami Gary Collins Business Administration White Oak Robert Collins General Jay Jan Colombin Education Okmulgee Paula Kay Compton Business Tulsa Gail Conner Business Broken Arrow Bruce Cook Zoology Bartlesville Joan Corneil General Blackwell Loretta Cornelison Business Jay Trevis Cornog Music Miami Pamela Corntassel General Wyandotte Jim Cossairt Drafting Commerce Ray Coughran Physical Education Grove Stanley Covey Agriculture Locust Grove Betty Anne Cox History Vinita Mary Louise Cox Home Economics Fairland Tommy Coyle Agriculture Sperry Willa Dean Craggett Business Commerce Vivian Cravello Art Tulsa Bob Crawford Business Management Cardin Dianne Crawford Business Miami Robert Wesley Creider Computer Science Tulsa Mike Crenshaw Data Processing Tulsa , ,, ,. 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Doak Business Administration Tulsa Patti Dolan Speech Miami Nancy Gail Don Nursing Okmulgee Doug Donmeyer Pre-Dental Tulsa James Donnelly Physical Education Tinley Park, Illinois Mike Donohew Business Tulsa Jim Doolittle Electronics Chelsea Calvin Dorman Pre-Law Tulsa Brenda Douglas Business Welch Charles Douglas Criminal Science Miami Richard A. Douglas Agriculture Gravette, Arkansas Glenn W. Draper Data Processing Tulsa John Draper General Miami Louis Dryer General Commerce Ernest Fredrick DuBose Business Sarasota, Florida Pierce Duckett Veterinary Medicine Tulsa James L. Duff Arts and Sciences Vinita Max Dull General El Reno Gwendolyn Dumas Key Punch Tulsa Jack Richard Duncan Journalism Collinsville Michael James Duniphen General Miami Judy Dunlap Home Economics Tulsa Liz Duree General Picher Raymonda Duvall Computer Science Sand Springs Phyllis Dye Biological Science Nowata David East Engineering Miami Deborah East Business Quapaw Mike Eastwood Animal Science Centerville, Kansas K it in f f fa 1 4 X'-Y 7 1 I wif ,mf qi 1 1 ,l qf!MeW ! 3. v L, ,,l,. , Y ,gf wg 2 if J... .-ig-i'i9f111?1 J. fins' 1 r 6 W 'ti f X 2 I WF mt f ,W 5 A If A. f ' K"'i' f i' A K1 ',k' Yrf :,,:gE:J, Steve Eaton Business Kansas City, Missouri Barron Edwards Business Tulsa Gary Eidson Business Tulsa Steve Elkins Criminal Justice Tulsa Jean Elliott Physical Education Okmulgee Leland Elliott Psychology Miami Catherine Jean Ellis Music Miami Gary D. Ellis Agriculture Checotah Flon Ellis Drafting and Design Commerce James Elmer Engineering Miami Cheryl Elmore Pharmacy Dewey David Emberson Engineering Tulsa Monty Embrey General Afton Ellis Enyart Data Processing Wyandotte Paul Eoff Drafting Tulsa Janice Lynn Epps Data Processing Dewey Cheryl Rene Erdwin Biological Science Pryor Walter Erwin Computer Science Tulsa Lawson Essex Agriculture Miami Janis Etheridge Business Picher Bill Eubanks Computer Science Sand Springs Anthony Dale Evans Criminal Justice Dewey Pamela Sue Evans Home Economics Bartlesville Terry Evans Business Tulsa Wendell Evans Business Tulsa Tim Fare Business Miami Dennis Fell Business Miami Sharon Gay Ferguson Arts and Sciences Drumright Ernie Fialho Business Tulsa Ella Fields Practical Nursing Miami Nancy Fields Elementary Education Bartlesville Galen Fink Agriculture Ft. Scott, Kansas Charlotte Fischer Business Tulsa Gerald Fisher Business Tulsa Paul D. Fisher Pre-Med Tulsa Michael Flavin General Bartlesville Steven Fleming Engineering Miami Jack Fogle Arts and Sciences Ochelata George Ford Agriculture Sperry David Paul Foreman Forestry Jay Robin Marie Foreman Nursing Tulsa Wendell W. Forrest Arts and Sciences Copan Robert Forslund Drafting Miami Ricky Forth Physical Education Tulsa Paul Martin Forlner General Owasso David Foster General Tulsa Fray Dewayne Foster Computer Science Broken Arrow Robert D. Foster Technical Theatre Miami an ff , 1 ,M ,t,, iff 1 W , mgh 4' 4 V Af I S ff sw ff fi, n 'Q 1 v 'V I X! 4 yi' lff N T, J '2'A W ,AA A 1 ..,. ' I ri 6 f A -mm. f EM, 2' , Dennis Frisbie General Commerce Johnny Frisbee Pre-Med Picher Nancy Louise Fritz Business Drumright Fred Fulton Business Tulsa Belinda Gabriel Elementary Education Grove Kathy Gailey Business Education Miami James Everett Gaines, Jr. General Miami Bruce Gallup Math Rockport ,lf ,,,, if 'f 45 'f A , Q2 'iff 2 ' x wg fs Barbara Foust General Miami Kenneth W. Foust Arts and Sciences Bartlesville Janie Fouts Business Wyandotte Todd Fradd Computer Science Miami Al Frakes Business Tulsa Richard Franklin Forestry Miami Robert Franz Accounting Buffalo, New York David Freeman Mechanical Engineering Tulsa A Joe Gardner Computer Science Vinita Lee Earl Garman industrial Arts Afton Evona Garner Drafting Picher Kenneth Garrett General Fayetteville, North Carolina Brad Garrison Data Processing Tulsa Pam Garrison Practical Nursing Skiatook Pat Gates Agriculture Morrison Jim Gavellas Welding Dewey Harry George General Afton Lois George Practical Nursing Miami Gail Lynn Gerfen Medical Technology Cushing Dudley Gibbs Engineering Miami Jack Gideon Business Education Skiatook Edward Gillette Agriculture Sarcoxie, Missouri Bill Glass General Ponca City Roger Gleidt Drafting Fairland fs all Q- .N Q vt -S xw 'Q E Victoria Lynn Gould History Tulsa Jana Grace Therapy Bartlesville Cheryl Sue Graham Business Tulsa Mary Beth Graham Journalism Okmulgee Sharon Graham General Wyandotte Teresa Graham Elementary Education Skiatook Bo Gramling General Jacksonville, Florida Tom Gray Arts and Sciences Miami Traile Glory Agriculture Hulbert Doug Golden Pre-Engineering Bristow Larry Goldsberry Physical Education Tulsa Gary Goodwin General Anadarko Jimmy Goodwin Psychology Birmingham, Alabama Kathy Goodwin Data Processing Fairland Tom Gossett Science Woodward J. 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