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Asst Ed Sandy Carr
Bus Mgr Shirley Gillett
Asst Bus Mgr Jeffery Kurtzman
Photographers Doug Jacobs
B111 Peters Phil Reisbeck
Sra ff Nancy Woodward
Nan Robinson Gerald Foster Ronald Lass Pat
Dunham Linda Beard Alrce Green Sue Lolz
eaux Judy Sigler
Sponsor E A Herber
Clubs and Activrties
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Thxs IS our faculty and administrauon
In these men and women rests the tre
mendous responslbllrty of educatmg us
It 1S hard to fathom the amount of work
they do for us Almost every teacher IS the
sponsor of at least one school orgamzatlon
Several teachers have the added Job of
coachmg our ath1et1c teams Many are also
trymg to further thexr own educauons by
workmg for h1gher degrees tn their part1
cular f1elds All these 3VOC8I10l'l5 are U1
add1t1on to the teachers regular class
Now we have a new school wh1ch eases
the Job of the teachers Just a llttle We
have new and modern equrpment the use
of wh1ch makes many ofour subJects more
1nterest1ng The advanced education to
ward wh1ch each of our faculty is stnvmg
enables them to apply new techn1ques to
theu xnstrucuon and makes them even
more qua11f1ed to teach thelr respectlve
subjects It takes a whole faculty of good
teachers and a good admin1sf.rat1on to rarse
a school s scholastic standmg and to gradu
ate better educated students and Golden
l-hgh School 1S mdeed fortunate to have a
very capable admmlstratxon and a very
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To the men of the Board of Education we owe one
of our most successful years They chose Golden as
a site for the new hxgh school and planned it to be
J COLLINS GADD a model school for the county We are grateful to THOMAS TEN EYCK
President them for our school and the opportumty to receive kt Vlce Presldent
a better educauon In apprec1at1on let us stnve
to take proper care of our new school and work to
improve our scholasuc standmgs
. CHARLES MOORE
CHAPJ-F-S MEYERS THOMAS J CARNEY
2nd Vice President Secretary
Mrs. MERVENE GORSKY-Library
Miss MABEL BOLITHO-Student Advisor and
Mrs. KATHERINE TAIT-Secretary
There are other positions in the admin-
istration of our school that the principal
has no time to fill. All of the clerical work
of the school, the handling of student
runds, and many other miscellaneous jobs
are done by the school secretary. The
problems of the students, whether with
their fellow students or with teachers, are
capably ironed out by our student advisor.
The beautiful new library is kept in good
order by our librarian who is constanly
adding to our collection of books to make
more and better ones available for our use.
MI. SIGFRED JOHNSON -Principal
The scholastic and citizenship stand-
ards of a school are the direct responsibili-
ty ofthe principal. It is his duty to en-
courage better citizenship and greater study
Mr. Johnson has worked hard for these
principles in our school and has succeed-
ed in raising our standards to the degree
that we are one of the top schools in the
state. We are all proud to have as capable
a man as Mr. Johnson for our principal.
Mr. WILLIAM LEWIS -World History and
Mr. RALPH BISHOP-American History
Mr. JAMES JOHNSON-World l-llstory,
Sociology, and Geography
History, geography, and sociology are
but three of a large groupof subjects class-
ified as social studies. All of these subjects
are related ln that they deal with man, his
existence, and his enviromnent. Our study
of man in high school begins with world
history. Here we gain a fundamental
knowledge of how our world came into
its present state. Then we go on to geo-
graphy and sociology, learning man's
economic and social problems. In our
senior year we take up American history.
Here for the first time we become able to
fully appreciate and understand our A-
merican hertiage and way of life.
Mr. ROBERT ELLIOTT-English and Coach
Miss HELEN FAIRBANKS-English
Miss MAUD PRIEST-English. Latin, and
Mrs. HELEN NOLLEN-English, Spanish, and
The next thing to visiting a foreign
country is to leam its tongue. Language
students not only learn the language, but
also become acquainted with many of the
customs and ideas of the country and there-
by gain a better understanding of its people.
It is even more important, though, to learn
well our own language for, 'Reading
maketh a full man: conference a ready
man, and writing an exact man."
Mrs. CAROL HURR-Music
Miss CHARLENE PETERSON-Art
Mr. NORMAN Beville -Band
Many of those things which add to the
fulness of our lives are classified as the fine
arts. Art and music are the two subjects of
this group that are taught in Golden. In
these classes we learn to appreciate good
art and good music and to participate in
the fine projects and activities carried out
by the music and art departments.
Mr. ALFRED PERRELLA -Shop and Mechan-
Mr. VEINON WHITING -Distributive Edu-
cation and Office Practice
Mrs. KATHLEEN TOLOS-Home Economics
Of all the courses in school, the ones
that can be put to immediate practical use
are shop, home economics, and distributive
education. Shop gives a boy the feeling
of doing something useful and the feeling
of accomplishment. Many girls in home
economics put their skill to work as soon
as they go home. Disuibutive education
students receive help and instruction in
the everyday problems that they face on
their after-school jobs.
Miss ATHIE MANOS-Shorthand and Typing
Mr. AMD. SWANSON-Typing and Book-
The commercial subjects are useful in
many fields other than business. They do
prepare a person for entrance into the busi-
ness world, but they also teach skills that
can be applied to other activities. Typing
is useful in high school and even more so in
college. Also many college students take
notes in shorthand while listening to lec-
tures. The general principles of business
can be applied to many situations to keep
records straight and to work more efficient-
Mr. RICHARD BOOTON -Boys' Physical
Education and Coach
Mrs. MABEL BISHOP-Girls' Physical
Besides good food, medicine, and
proper rest, it takes physical exercise to
keep in good health. Some people are
more naturally athletic than others, but all
can receive the benefits of physical educa-
tion classes. Exercises are far more effec-
tive when taught by and done under the
supervision of a skilled teacher. The finer
points of many types of athletic games are
taught from the standpoints of both the
participant and the spectator.
Mrs. RENKE-Head Cook
Every morning as we pass by the lunch-
room, we smell delightful odors eminating
from it. The question always goes around,
"I wonder what we 're having for lunch to-
day?" Whatever we do have, our cooks
cook it to perfection. They give us a
great variety and we all enjoyed the
special Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners
they made for us.
Mr. ARTHUR PAPENFUS -Biology
Mr. LOREN CHRISTENSEN -Chemistry and
Mr. DARREL l-IAFLING -A lgebra
Aeronautics, Geometry, and Coach
Mr. EDWARD HERBER-Algebra and
tions of a technical education are the
sciences and mathematics. Vital facts a-
bout the world around us are taught in the
science classes, biology, chemistry, and
physics. A working knowledge of algebra
and advanced math are taught in the three
different algebra courses. Aeronautics
teaches the fundamentals of flight and
airplane design. Figures both plane and
solid are studied in the geometry and
trigonometry courses. From these classes
come our scientists and mathematicians of
tomorrow who work to create a more plea-
sant and easier world in which to live.
Mr. CHARLES BISHOP
Mr. CLIFFORD BUSSERT
Mr. NICK MATTIVE-Head Cutodian
Mr. NATHEN KIRKLAND
With the new Golden High School our custodians have a
terrifically hard job. But every morning when we come to SCh0O1
we find the floors spic and span. All repairs are made promptly
and cheerfully. We had two custodians added to our staff later
in the year when it became apparent that we would need more
help to keep our huge school clean.
In our modern world a technical educa-
tion is of utmost importance. The founda-
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For the first time in Golden s history we
have only three classes in our high school
the Senrors Juniors and Sophomores It is
an arrangement that everyone seems to like
students faculty and admm1strat1on Ready
to graduate th.1s year are our mighty Sentors
Many are sad about having to leave Gold
en I-hgh but they leave with a good rec
ord and sat1sf1ed wxth what they have done
for our school It IS a very fine class that 15
graduatmg this year both scholastrcally
and athletrcally Next are the Iunrors
They have one more year ahead of them
durrng whlch they w1ll be able to use the
fully completed facilrties of our new school
The Juniors are also buildmg a record of
scholastic and athletrc achievement lrke 4' 1
that of the Seniors The youngest class in
our school are the Sophomores They have
Just begun the routlne of h1gh school life
but much rs expected of them rn the fu
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FRONT ROW Kay Trense, Evonne Petry, Mary Papageorge, Judy Flem
El T Cl-LNTER ROW Ro Dunn Orla doCha Eh
mg, ame art ger , n vez, as
Archuleta, Pat Brown, Phylhs Hatton, Nma Harbus, Jamce Gregory BACK
ROW Bob Krattlx, Bob Duppman, Paul Meyers, Chuck Rlchey, Rodney
Peterson, Ken Snyder
LEFT to RIGHT, David Heimbecher, Paula Starbranch, mna
Harbus, Jerry Schloffman.
SHIRLEY JEAN ANDERSON
Pep Club 3.
BARBARA JOANN BABCOCK
Student Council 13 Sophomore Class Treas.3 Jtmior
Class Sec., Glee Club 13 Cheerleader 43 Pep Club
l,2,3,43 GAA l,2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 33 Safety Siders
43 Ski Club 2,3,43 Sophomore Planning Comm.,
Jlmior Planning Comm.: Prom Com. 33 Baccalaureate
Glee Club 13 Color Day Cheerleader 23 Pep Club
l,2,3,4, Council 3, President 43 Dramatics 23 GAA
l,2,3,4, Council 43 Graduation Usherette, Ski Club
3,4, Sec.-Treas. 43 Sophomore Planning Comm.
HERBERT JAMES BLATTER
Safety Siders 43 Basketball 2,3,4, Numberal 2,3,
Letter 4g Football 2,4,Numera.l 1,2, Letter43 Chem-
istry Club rg Key Club 4.
JUDY EILEEN BAKER
Maroon'8rWhite 3,4, Ass't. Editor 3, Editor 43 Glee
Club 2,45 Pep Club 3,43 Baccalaureate 'Usherette3
Drill Team 4.
JOSEPH LEROY BARTOSH
Safety Siders l,2,3.
RICHARD E. BAXTER
G Club 43 Football 3,4, Letter 4s Wrestling l,2,3,4,
letter 43 Chemistry Club 4.
LINDA CLARE BEARD
Glee Club I3 Pep Club 2,3,43 GAA 1,43 P.F.C. l,2,3
4, Sec.-Treas. 23 Melodears 23 Safety Siders 35
Junior Planning Comm.: Girls' Quartet 33 Square
Dance Club 4g Color Day. Cheerleader 3.
JERRY PATRICK BOLIS
TONNIE JEAN BOLITHO
Pep Club l,2,3,4, Council 3,45 Safety Siders 45 Ski
Club 35 Officer 45 Junior Color Day Cheer1eaders5
TAMARA ANN BRANCH
Glee Club 15 Pep Club l,2,3,4, Assembly Com. 45
Majorette lg Dramatics 2,35 GAA 1,2,45 Safety Si-
ders 45 Ski Club 3, Sec. 35 Soph. Planning Com.5
Junior Prom Com. Junior Color Day Cheerleader5
DORIS DIANE BURLINGAME
Librarian 45 Dramatics 25 P.F.C. 1,2,3,45 Safety Si-
ders 3,45 Library Club 45 Girl 's Chorus 4.
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MARGARET ANN BITZER
Student Council 1, QVa. J Maroon 8: White 3,45 Fresh-
man Class Sec. l fVa. Q Junior Color Day Cheerleaderg
Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Treas. 45 Safety Siders 2,45 Ski
Club 3,45 Graduation Usherette 35 Color Day Com.
SUSAN ANN BOWMAN
Pep Club 2,35 GAA 25 P.F.C. 45 Melodears 3,45
Home Ec. Club 4, Sec.-Treas. 45 J.L.C. Treas. 35
Freshmen-Sophomore Party Com.
ALBERT MARION CARMICKLE
SANDRA LEE CARR
Student Council 4, Sec.-Treas. 45 Executive Council
45 Annual Staff 3,4, Assistant Editor 45 Glee Club 15
Pep Club l,2,3,45 Dramatics 3,45 GAA 1,25 Melodears
45 Ski Club 354, Tres. 45 Baccalaureate Usherette 35
County Student Council 4.
JANICE VRYL CHILDS
Maroon 8zWhite Staff 3, Annual Staff 3, Editor 45
Glee Club 1,25 Dramatics 3,45 P.F.C. 3,45 Melodears
2, Square Dance Club 3, 45 D.A.R. Citizenship Award
45 Office 45 West High Lariattes l.
JONH RICHARD CLELAND
Student Council 354, Vice-Pres. 45 Nat'l Honor
Society 3,45 Dramatics 2,35 Safety Siders 2,3, 45
Football 1, 45 Planning Comm. 3.
DONALD E. DULAIGH
G Club 2,3,45 Basketball Mgr. 2,45 Baseball Mgr. 25
Tennis 3,45 Chemistry Club 4.
PATRICIA LOUISE DUNHAM
Pep Club 45 Science Club 45 Sec. 45 Square Dance
Club 45 South High School l,2,3.
FRANK SEYMON CRANE
Maroon gc White 3,45 G Club 2,3,45 Baseball Mgr
l5 Football 15 Wrestling lg Golf two years.
JANE SUE DAVIS
Glee Club 2,35 Pep Club 1,45 Drum Major 15 Dra-
matics 2,3,45 Student Teacher 45 P.F.C. l,4, Mel-
odears 45 Ski Club 3,45 Square Dance Club 3, 4.
SANDRA ELLEN DOBYNS
Reninck High School l,2,3.
STANLEK W. DUNN
Wheatridge High School 1,23 Band 1,23 Track 1,23 G
Club 2,43 Safety Siders 3,43 Football 4, Wrestling l,
2,3,4g Letter 23 lntra-mural Commission W.H.S.3
Social Service Commission W.H.S3 Square -dancing
Club 43 Ski Club 4.
DONALD LEE FEEBACK
GARY WI.LBUR FLEBBE
Safety Siders 2,3,43 Vice-president 43 G Club 2,3,4Q
Basketball 3,43 Letter 3,43 Football 2,3,4, Letter 3,
43 Track 3,43 Letter 3,4.
SHERRELL LEE GARVIN
Band li I-ib1'1'i21U 4g Safety Siders 2,3,43 Future Tea-
chers Club 4.
SHIRLEY JEAN GILLETT
Annual Staff 3,43 Pep Club 3,43 Pep Club 3,43 Cheer-
leader 43 Safety Siders 2,3,43 Executive Council 33
Baccalaureate Usherette 33 Color Day Cheerleader
ALICE L. GREEN
Dramatics 2,33 GAA 1,2,4, P.F.C. 1,z,3,
lfi il rrrf it
JANICE ANN GREGORY
Student Council 2,45 Alternate 33 National Honor
Society 3,43 Maroon 8: White 3,43 Class Vice-Presi-
dent 13 Class Secretary 43 Pep Club 1,2,3,45 GAA 13
Safety Siders 3,43 Prom Committee 33 Class Planning
Evergreen 1,23 Lakewood 33 Pep Club 1,23 Majorette
23 Librarian 43 Square Dance Club 43 Mixed Chorus
1,2,3,4, Girl's Club 3.
MARY ANN HARBUS
Safty Siders 3,43 Drivers Training 33 Square Danc-
ing 43 Chorus 1,2,3,4.
NINA VERA HARBUS
Student Coimcil 43 Pep Club 43 Safety Siders 3,43
Sec -Tres. 43 Art Club 33 Office 43 Driver's Train-
ing 33 Girls State 33 Chorus 13 Senior Planning
Committee Color Day Cheerleader 3.
LINDA KAY I-IICKS
Laramie High, Student Council 13 Glee Club 13
Cheerleader li Thespians lj GAA 13 Home Bc 13
Englewood: Glee Club 2,35 Pep Club 33 Dramatics
33 GAA 23 Mixed Choir 33 Golden: Home EC. 43
Social Dancing 4.
SHIRLEY MAE HINKLEY
Librarian 43 Pep Club 13 Chorus 4.
VELMA JEAN HARRIS
Librarian 43 Pep Club 43 Dramatics 2 3- P.F
2,3343 Safety Siders 43 Chorus 12
RUTH ARLENE HIEDBERG
Library 13 P.F.C. 1323 Homemaking Club 2
DAVID RICHARD HEINEBECHER
Freshman Pres. 13 Safety Siders l,2,3,43 Wrestling
l,2,33 Letter 2,35 Tennis 1,23 Numeral 1,23 Square
Dance Club 3,43 Key Club 3,43 Chemistry Club 4
LORA BYRNE I-IEEREN
Safety Siders 23 Projection Club 33
KAY CAROL JOHNSON
Maroon 8zWhite 3,45 Librarian 35 Pep Club l,2,3,4
GAA 2,3, Vice. Pres. 45
GLEN EUGENE JOHNSON
PEGGY ADELE JOHNSON
Pep Club l,2,3,45 GAA l,2,45 P.F.C. l,2,3,45 Melo-
dears 45 Safety Siders 3,45 Ice Skating Club 35 Jun
ior Planning Comm. 35 Pep Club Skit Comm. 45
PANSY JANE JONES
Soph. Class Sec.5 Librarian 45 Pep Club 25 Dramat-
ics 2,35 P.F.C. 1,35 Safety Siders 35 Art Club 35
Square Dancing Club 3,45 Library Club Sec. 3,
Pres. 45 F.T.A. 4.
HALLER LEE JACKSON
P.F.C. 25 Safety Siders 45 Football 3,45 Art Club 3.
DOUGLAS LIONEL JACOBS
Annual Staff Photog. 45 G Club 2,3,45 Football 2,3,
45 Wrestling 253,45 Square Dancing 3, President 4.
Pep Club 2,3,45 Satety Siders 25 Mixed Chorus5
Baccalaureate Usherette 3.
KARYN MARGARET KIKLAS
Student Council 35 Glee Club 15 Pep Club 3,45 GAA
2,45 Safety Siders 2,3,45 G. Pin Comm. 35 Pep Club
Assembly Council 3,45 Ice Skating Club 35 Grad-
uation Usherette 3.
JAMES HARVEY KINCH
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GWEN KAY MAUGHAN
Cheerleader 45 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Majorette 15 GAA
1,2,4, letter 35 Canteen Board l,2,3,45 Safety Siders
45 Baccalaureate Usherette 3.
DON l..EO MAURER
Student Council 35 Class President 35 G Club 3, Pre-
sident 45 Baseball Letter l,2,3,45 Basketball Num-
eral 1, Letter 2,3,45 Football Numeral 1, letter 2,
JAMES KENNETH LIDBERG
PFC 2,3,45 Safety Siders 3.
GERALD NOBLE MALCOLM
Student Council l, Executive Council 2,45 President
45 National Honor Society 3,45 Class Vice President
35 Band Numeral l, Letter l,2,35 Canteen Board 4,
President 45 Safety Siders 2,4, Executive Council
35 Wrestling 1,3,45 Key Club 4, President 35 Junior
Prom Committee 35 Planning Committee 35 County
Student Council 45 State Student Cotmcil 4.
JOSEPH GARFIELD MARTINE
G Club 3,45 Wrestling l,2, Letter 3,45 Key Club 4.
MICHAEL ERICK MASON
Safety Siders 45 Shop Club 45 Allied Youth 2,35 Hi-
Y Club 2,35 Spanish Club 3.
RALPH JAMES MCCRACKHSI
G-Club 3,45 Baseball 35 Basketball 35 Football 3,4.
LARRY LEE MQINROY
Senior Class Pres.5 Dramatics 1,25 Basketball 2,
Football 1, Key Club 4.
G-Club l,2,3,45 Tennis l,2.
JOAN LORRAINE MAYBERRY
Student Council 15 Pep Club l,2,35 Drill Leader 45
GAA 1,2,3,4, Pres. 35 Safety Siders l,2,45 Commence
ment Usherette 35 Jr. Prom. Committe.
JANE LEE McCOY
Librarian lg Square Dance Club 3.
ELIZABETH ELLEN MILLER
PFC l,2,3,4, Sec. 35 Safety Siders 3,45 Officer Girl
45 Future Teachers Assoc. 4.
CAROL JEAN MISHLER
Freshman Class Pres., fIowaj5 Band l,2, Iowa 25
QGo1den jg Pep Club 1, flowa jg 3,4, fGoldenj,
Council 35 GAA 3,45 Safety Siders 3,45 Com-
mencment Usherette 35 'Youth Council, Y-Teen
ANDY GEORGE MURIN
Safety Siders 25 Football 1, Numeral 1.
KAY MARIE NAAS
Pep Club l,2,3545 Safety Siders 45 Ski Club 3.
WILLIAM VICTOR PETERS
Annual Staff 3,-15 G Club 45 Band 15 Dramatics 3,45
Golf 253,45 Numeral 2, Letter 354.
RODNEY DONALD PETERSON
Student Council 45 National Honor Society 3,45 G
Club 3,45 Baseball 3,4, Letter 3,45 Basketball 354,
Letter 3,45 Football 3,45 Letter 3,45 Key Club 4.
5 RONALD NIELSEN
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CONNIE RAE NOVA K
Librarian 45 Safety Siders 45 Square Dancing 35
Art Club 35 Color Day Cheerleader 2.
GEORGE MARTIN ORTEGA
Dramatics 15 Football 3,4, Nimeral 3, Letter 45
J OANN PAPAGEORGE
Student Council 35 Nation Honor Society 3,45 Sopho
y more Class Vice Pres.5 Glee Club lg Cheerleader
Pep ciub 1,2,3,45 GAA 1,2,3,4.
BYRON LEON REIDER
Band l,2,3, Letter 1, Numeral 1, Safety Siders 13
Science Club 1,
CHARLES MORRIS RICHEY
Student Council 2,3,4, National Honor Society 3,45
Class President 25 G Club 3, Secretary Treasurer 4
Safety Siders 3,45 Baseball Numeral 2,Basketbal1,
Numeral 2,43 Football Numeral 1,25 Letter 3,43
Track Numeral lg County Student Councilg
Planning Committee 3.
MARIE ADA RIDER
Pep Club 3, GAA Secretary Treasurer 2,35 Chorus 1,
GARY LEE RISDON
PFC 2, Secretary Treasurer 3, President 45
MARY HAMILTON POOL
Shaker Heights High School, Ohio 1, Leather Craft,
A Capella Choir, Junior Classical league 3, Treas-
urer 4, Ski Club 2, Projection Club 35 Pep Club 3,
Club, Correspondence Chairman 43 Safety
1 ers .
JO ANN RAPER
Husley High School lg Pep Club 4, Safety Siders 45
Square Dancing Club 4, Driver Training 4.
LORETTA MAE SCHELSKE
GAA1,2,3,4, PFC l,2,3,4g Safety Siders 3,45 Future
Teachers Club 3,4.
G Club l,2,3,4g Clee Club 4, Canteen Board 2,4,
Vice President 33 Football Manager l,2,3, Letter 2,
3, Track Manager 1, Letter 1, Wrestling 1, 2, letter
HERBERT HAROLD SCHMIDT JR.
Band 15 Safety Siders 45 Football 15 Track 2,3,45
Cross Country 25 Key Club 4.
PATTY LOU SCHOECH
Student Council 35 Freshmen Class Sec.5 Pep Club
l,2,3,45 GAA 1,2,45 Canteen Board 2,3,4, Sec-Tres.
35 Safety Siders 3,45 Ski Club 2,3545 Graduation
Usherette 35 Junior Prom Comm.5 Freshman Color
Day Cheerleader5 Soph. Planning Comm.
DAN EDWARD SHIER
Band 1,25 Football 3,45 Wrestling 2,3,45 Tennis 1,25
JON DAVID SCHIELTZ
R Club QRegisj 1,25 C Club 3,45 Basketball 3,45
Track 35 Tennis 1,25 QRegisj5 Cross Country 35
Chemistry Club 45 Handball l,2, QRegisj.
RICHARD LEE SEAL
Freshman Class Tres.5 G Club 3,4, Vice. Pres. 45
Band l,2,35 Football 3,45 Wrestling l,2,3,45 Tennis
2,35 Junior Planning Comm.5 Aeronautics Club 3,4.
JUDITH ANNE SIGLER
Glee Club 1,25 Band 1,25 Pep Club l,2,fEvergreen 15
PFC 3,45 Safety Siders 3,45 fGoldenj YFC l,2, Pres.
1,25 flivergreenj Square Dance Club 3,45 Art Club 35
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Cross 15 fEvergreen.j
DORIS LOUISE SIMSHAUSER
Goldenrod 15 Freshmen Class Sec.5 Clee Club 1,25
Band l,2,35 Librarian 15 Pep Club 152,35 Junior Play
Volleyball 1,25 Softball 1,25 fNeb. j Home Bc. Club 4
SHIERRY ANN SPATH
Glee Club 13 Pep Club l,2,3,43 Majorette 13 Drum
Major 2,3,43 FHA 43 GAA 1,2,3,4Q Safety Siders 3,
43 Graduation Usherette.
PAULA JEANNE STARBRANCH
Glee Club l,4, Dramatics 23 Pep Club l,2,3,43 Safety
Sidcrs 3,4, Sec.-Tres. 43 Drivers' Training 3g Square
Dance Club 43 Officer 4g Junior Cheerleader
ALBERT E. STEWART
Maroon Sz White 3,43 Quill Sz Scroll
RONAID JOHN STIMMLER
G Club 2,3,4, Football 1, Numeral 13 Tennis 2,3,4,
Letter 2,3,43 Chemistry Club 4.
ALLEN FORBES SNODGRASS
G Club 2,3,43 Glee Club 43 Football 2,4, Captain 43
Letter 2,45 Wrestling 2,3,4, Letter 2,3,4.
KENNETH EARL SNYDER
Student Council 43 Senior Class Vice Pres.3 G Club
2,3,4, Glee Club 43 Canteen Board 3,4Q Football 1,
2,3,4, Numeral l, letter 2,3,4, Captain 4. All
Conference 43 Wrestling 3,4, Letter 3,4, Dist.
ERNEST BRADY SWEARINGEN
G Club 3 43 Band 1,2 3,43 PFC 2 3,43 Track 2,3 4
Numeral 2,3, Letter 4g Wrestling 13 Cross Country
2,3,4, Numeral 2, Letter 3,43 Band Club.
MARY LOIS TAYLOR
Glee Club 1,2,33 Pep Club 23 Dramatics 3,45 PFC 3
43 Melodears 2.
TERRY EARL THIHJE
G Club 3, Librarian lg Dramatics 2, PFC 45 Track 2,
Letter 2, Numeral lg Cross Country 2, Letter 2.
JOHN EDWARD THEISEN
St. Francis De Sales High Schoolx, F Club l,
25 Glee Club 25 Football 1,2, Letter 1,25 Basketball
1, Numeral 1, Boxing 1,2, Letter 1,23 Golden I-ligh:
C Club 4, Dramatics 35 Track 3, Numeral 3.
LaVF.STA JOANNE WILLIAMS
Pep Club 45 PFC 35 Melodears 2,43 Homemakingg
Girls Quartet 3a Square Dancing.
DELORIS ILENE WYCKOFF
Band 1,23 letter l, Numeral 15 Safety Siders lg Square
Dancing Club 3.
JAN LISBETH VOIZ
Glee Club lg Pep Club l,2,3,4g Vice Pres 4 GAA
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Paul Meyer Presldent Jamce Nelson, Treasurer Ted Braun Secretary
UNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Don Todd Vlce Presxdent PIANNING COMMITTEE Madellne Vacher LOUIS Fraun
felder Bob Duppman Deanle Lee and Amle Jones
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Manchego, Tony Cariaga.
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Many thrngs combrne to make Golden Hrgh
School what rt rs, but one of the most m
portant factors IS ou. athletrc program Our
spo'ts 3Ct1V1tleS benefxt everyone, the boys
who play the game and the students watch
1ng from the :ands The boys recerve the
benefrt of ugrd practrce and trarmng The
student body have the fun and thrrlls of
cheerrng then' teams on to vrctory But
sports also teach a great deal The play
ers learn to get along with therr teammates
and cooperate w1th therr coaches They
leam physrcal and mental coordmatron.
They learn to make spht second decrsxons
to wrn gracefully, and to accept defeat
All these thmgs comblne to buxld a man
out of a boy The audrence ID the bleach
ers also learns good SPO'1CSl'l'l3I1Sl'l1P, to w1n
gracefully, and to accept defeat Thrs
year Golden Hrgh has had one of 1t's best
years rn all phases of athletrcs We have
had hrghly capable coaches, flghtrng teams,
peppy cheerleaders, and terrrfrc student
support We can truly say "Football
wrestlxng, basketball, we'rla the school
that leads them all "
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TOP ROW Hershel Doyle, George Ortega, Paul Meyer, Ken Snyder, Rod Peterson, Gary Fleebe, Alan Snod
rass, Chuck Richey, Don Maurer, Coach Lewis SECOND ROW Jim McCracken, Da 1 bhrer, Roger Multer
Doug Jacobs, Don Potter, Drew Barbe, Jerry Houghton, Rex May, R1cha.rd Seal Jerry Stransky THIRD ROW
Coach Hafllng, Ted Braun, Mickey Baker, Randy Harris, Joe Starika, Gerald Seigal, Elias Archuleta, Carl
Churches, Roger Dunn, Richard Baxter, James B1ktr, Timmy Schlotfman FOURTH ROW Jetfrey Kurtzman
Louis Fraunfelder, David Kuhn, Martin Kuhn, Herb Blatter, Cale Avis, Cllfford Aldridge, Tony Carlaga, Bob
Ixakonreczny, Arnold Potter
Because of only a few returnrnff lettermen on this year s squad the Golden rldders were rated oy the local news
papers as having a good chance of la 1 l h
p c ng ast in t e league The papers found they had sorely underrated the slull
of our new head coach B111 Lewis the rapid development of last year s numeralmen and the team s ceaseless W1
to win The Demons began the season with four non leaeue games Adams City first fell by a 30 0 score then
Westminister by a 6 O score Littleton by a 33 7 tally and Brwhton oy a 71 0 tallv
Golden dropped the lea ue opener to Lal ewood 19 21 but rebounded the next X eela by crushrnf' Wheatridfie 25
Followlng a 56 13 defeat of Las Animas ln a non leaf ue game the Dem uns rolleu oxer Xurora 35 2:1 and then
trounced Arvada 41 6 to qualify for the Lower AA State Football Tournament
travelled to Trinidad for the state finals Although Golden dre 1. first blood the powerful fast mo lnv rxnidad
squad went on to mn 7 6 taking the tate championship
Schedule League Standmgs
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Jerry Stransky pushes ahead for a
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end for a long game against Las
Animas. Everyone on the squad
played in this game, won 56-13,
The Demons ran over Littleton 33-7 as if
all the Lions were lying on the ground like
This Trinidad defenseman has a
good grip on Don Maurer, but
couldn't keep him from picking
up several yards first.
Brighton interference cou1dn't do much
Rod Peterson seools through the middle to stop the hard fighting Demons in this
for several yards against the Littleton 21-0 conquest ol the Bulldogs.
Lions in a game which saw many of the
"B" Squaders in action.
LEFT to RIGHT Ray Obermeyer, Elias Archuleta, Jerry Schloffman, Stanley Dunn, Richard Baxter, Jerry Hough
tor Don Potter, Jay Martine, Richard Seal, Kenny Snyder, Dan Shier, Doug Jacobs, and Alan Snodgrass KNEEL
ING David Heimbtcher, Buddy Acker, manager, Arnie Potter, manager, and Coach Hafling
Under thc capable direction of Coach Darrel Hafling the Golden grapplers had a very successful season winnirb
nine matches treing one and losinv only one In the preseason non league matches the Demons defeated South
36 13 Colorado Springs 34 16 Littleton 39 15 Boulder 22 21 Englewood 22 21 and tied Greeley 20 20
The regular season began with Arvada taking the match 2b 21 However the Demons proved they were not a
losinff team by downing Aurora 47 5 Lakewood 31 17 and Wheatridge 31 9 Adams City fell 40 5 in a non
As in the league Golden ended up 2nd in the district tournament losing to Arvada by a score of 95-92. Eight
Golden wrestlers qualified in the district tournament for the Final State Wrestling Tournament In the first round of
the State Tournament four Demons won. In the second round only Doug Jacobs was able to win and he went on to
take the consolation position.
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BACK ROW: Buddy Acker, Managerg Amie Potter, Managerg Timmy Schloffman, Anderson. THIRD ROW:
Dick Trow, Harold Whitford, Jim Kinch, John MacDonald, Ronald Roe. SECOND ROW: Ted Braun, Jerry
Stransky, Dan Shier, Louie Fraunfelder, Charlie Trichka, Russell Orosz. BOTTOM ROW: Ray Obermeyer, Rich-
ard Henderson, Tony Cariaga, Larry Schlegel, Jerry Malcolm, Henry Martin.
The Golden "B" Squad wrestlers had a slow start this year, but turned in some fine performances to split even at
3 wins and 3 losses.
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Here is an excellent shot of Rich
Baxter as he definitely holds the
LEFT to RIGHT: Roger Beurner, Terry Thiede, Bob Jaenicke, Ed Traevena, Ron Knox, Bill Frye, Jesse Valentine,
Ron Roe, Mike Sullivan, Gary Reese, Ernie Swearingen, Coach Booton.
After several years of developing his runners, Coach Booton started out this year with a very fast, well-trained
squad. In all meets this year, the Demons lost only one. This was by one point to Longmont, the defending state
champions, Golden easily won the conference meet by nine points. In the state meet Golden far outran Longmont
to become the state champions. This was the first state championship in Golden's history and Golden is indeed
proud of the Cros-Country team for bringing it home.
CLow Score Winsj
Golden 13 Aurora 23
" 11 East 31 Lakewood 40 Wheatridge 41 West 57
" 59 Longmont 58 Larimie 104
" 21 Aurora 30 Lakewood Arvada Wheatridge
" 29 Longmont 57 Greeley 98 Littleton 101
The Cross-Country Banquet was an affair that will be
long remembered by those who attended. There were
guest speakers from near and far at the dinner honoring
the new state champions.
LEAGUE Co CHAMPIONS
Don Todd, Jon Sch1eltz, Paul Meyer, Herb Blatter, Gary Flebbe, Chuck Rxchey, Rod Peterson, Don Maurer, ary
Mabb, Ron PUIVIS, Coach B111 Lewls
The Golden ballhawks started off th1s season wlth a roar In preseason play the Demons overpowered Ft Morgan
42 41 Lanmle 50 38 Sterlmg 72 41 and West 55 40 Then Golden dropped thelr fust non league game to Cherry
Creek 49 56 Undaunted by the one loss the Demon cagers went on to complete preseason play by downlng
Englewood '70 61 and Brlghton 52 47
The league schedule lncluded elght games and Golden conttnued on thelr rampage Aurora was trounced 59 30
and 42 36 Arvada was no match for r.he sharp shoonng Demons who tnmmed them 61 30 and 84 53 Wheatndge
fell 36 32 and 67 53 Golden sp11t wlth Lakewood 64 63 and 44 58 to become league co champlons wlth a '7 1
record Durmg the league season the Demons dropped a non league game to powerful Adams C1ty 49 56
In post season playoff games the Demons dropped a hard fought contest to Lakewood 66 72 Thls forced the
ballhawks to play North the Denver League co champrons Although the team played hard the superior helght of
North led them to a 62 43 vlctory
Golden Ft Morgan Lakewood
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Bob Dupprnan, B111 Yetzbacker, Bernre Barela, Coach Bob ELl1ott
The B Squad through the years has proved to be a flue developer of varsrtx athletes Thls year's team showed
great abrlrty and great prormse for the future Durlng the basketball season the B Squad played other B Squads
from many of the sarne schools that the varsrty played Under the competant handlxnv of Coach Ellrott the team
comprled a 5 4 record
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rn the face as he jumps hrgh for thrs shot
West Hrgh was no match for the hustlmg
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BACK ROW: Coach Chuck Corder, Mark Schultz, Dick Grenfeld, Walt Henderson, Jess Valentine, Andy Klemm,
Doug Rore, Phil Korthius, Jack Salick, Clark, John Neal, Jacks, Chuck Beaty, Don Feeback, Tony Carriaga, Gary
Oxelson, Ivyl Todd, Richard Henderson, Russell Orosg Jim Frye, Allan Lewis, Dave Good, Bernie Barela, Hurley
Hudson, Coach Richard Booton. 2nd ROW: Coach Paul Jeffries, Lynn Shepard, Jim Baker, Don Pyle, Hershel Doyle,
Chuck Richey, Jon Schieltz, Ron Martella, Jerry Stransky, Jimmy McCracken, Dave Kuh.n, Bob Krattli. BOTTOM
ROW: Bill Frye, Roger Dunn, Bob Jaenicke, Gary Reese, Gary Flebbe, Roger Beumer, Terry Theide, Mickey Del
Rio, Mike Sullivan, Randy Harris, Niel Friend.
with several re-
tuming lettermen and
the state champion
the Demons had one of
the finest track and
Bob Jaenicke. ' ' field teams in the
state. Coach Booton
has worked with the
freshman squad also to
build a team of the
Theide, Gary Flebbe
BASEB LL H
This year our baseball team had a new Head Coach, Bob Elliott
and a lot of new material. with only a few returning lettermen,
Coach Elliott had a difficult building job ahead of him, but one
which he capably managed.
Drew Barbee demonstrates the skill and determination that signified the
Demons all year long. Incidentally, he knocked the ball a country mile
on this pitch.
The Jefferson County Fairgrounds
were the scene of many practices this
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just about to rapidly change
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TOP ROW: Judy Richards, Terry Marichego,
Carol Gillette, Sheila Clarr, Karen Vendegna,
Virginia Smith, Janet Hutchinson., Marcia
Wallick, Mary Ann Duppman, Bonnie Epler.
SECOND ROW: Ann Schloffrnan, Barbara Evans,
Margaret Swanson, Margie Bunzel, Dorothy
Schelske, Barb Martin, Sharon Eaton, Pat Pome-
roy, Mary Papageorge. THIRD ROW: Mary
Van!-looser, Pat Dishman, Charmai.ne Ames,
Gretchen Buerger, Judy Fleming, Elaine Tait,
Moya Cramer, Wilma Pyle, Re Jeanne Rod-
riques, Judy Samet, Pat Lawson. FOURTH ROW:
Joan Mayberry, Virginia Thomas, Betty Kincaid,
Linda Beard, Tamara Branch, Jacqueline Eslick,
Beatrice Dobyns, Sandra Craig, Carol Mishler,
Maryanna Bell. BOTTOM ROW: Fay Anderle,
Linda Maughen, Pat Weaver, Gwen Maughen,
Sherry Spath, Jan Volz, Pat Schoech, Joann Pa-
pageorge, Kay Johnson, JoAnn Babcock, Carol
FIVE TOP BOWUERS: Faye Anderle,
Margie Bunzel, Janice Nelson, Peg-
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TOP TEAM BOWLERS: Mary Pa-
pageorge, Betty Kincaid, Kay
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High School life is far more than books
and classes As well as sports there are 1n
numerable other act1v1t1es in whlch to
partlclpate and whlch keep a monotonous
rout1ne from forrn1ng Our school has clubs
and orgaruzauons of every type clubs for
athletes and other sports minded students
clubs for performlng servxces for the school
and clubs to generate mterest 1n some par
trcular fleld or subject All our school or
gamzatlons provlde ample work for spare
trme develop good character and cmzenshrp
and develop leadershrp The rdea of servlce gf l
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leaders this year. They constantly worked to keep our
school spirit alive. Their clever routines were smooth
and well -coordinated and showed a great deal of prac-
tice. The pride of the Pep Club and entire school were
our cheerleaders, Shirley Gillett, Joann Babcock, Gwen ....
Maughan, and JoAnn Papageorge.
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Judy Fleming. SECOND ROW: Linda Redell, Sandy Carr, Betsy Crane, Margaret Swanson, Sandy McPherson, Nan-
cy Dulaigh, Wilma Pyle, Margie Bunzel. THIRD ROW: Nancy Dixon, Susie Paddleford, Mary Papageorge, Judy
Richards, Jackie Fslick, Shirley Urrutia, Karen Vendegna. BOTTOM ROW: Karyn Kiklas, Nina Harbus, Paula Star
branch, Judy Baker, Kay Johnson, Tonnie Bolitho, Janice Gregory, Tamara Branch, Annet Doyle, Evonne Petry.
To the players on the football field, the basketball , ,
court, the wrestling mat, and the baseball diamond, the , If
moral support of the student body is all-important. Always 'QL '-Q IA it S 4
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QUEEN: JO ANN BABCOCK
ATTENDANTS: JAN VOIZ, ANN BITZER
JO ANN PAPAGEORGE
Homecoming game, Queen, and
Jerry Malcolm congratulates Joann
Babock as she is given the red roses.
A good time was enjoyed by all
at the Homecoming Dance.
BOY'S AND GIRUS
Boy's and Gir1's State is a meeting of students representing
high schools all over the state for the purpose of gaining a
first-hand knowledge and understanding of our state govern-
ment. 'I'his year Jerry Malcolm and Nina Harbus were the
delegates from Golden.
NATIONAL H0 OR SOCIETY V
BACK ROW: Mike Cosgrove, Chuck Richey, Rod Peterson. FRONT
ROW: John Clelland, Janice Gregory, Jo Ann Papageorge, Jerry Mal-
D. A. R.
Every year the Senior girls elect one of their ranks
for the honor of DAR good citizen. This year Jan
Childs was chosen for her outstanding work in all
school functions and her wonderful personality.
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Perhaps the most select group in our
school is the National Honor Society.
Members of the Society are chosen from the
very top Junior and Senior students in the
school. The National Honor Society has
worked hard this year to write and promote
the Code of Honor.
Jo Ann Papageorge, Secretary, Rod Peter
The boys in the projection club perform
an important service to the school. When-
ever any class or group has a movie or
slides to be shown, there is always an
operator ready and willing to do the job.
BACK ROW: Mr. Perrella, Sponsor, Don Pyle, Jim Baker, Gary Granquist.
FRONT ROW: Jeff Kurtzman, Galen Feeback, Don Bergman.
CAN TEE B0 RD
One of the best forms of recreation
around our school is the canteen. Open on
most game nights and on other special
nights, the canteen provided a place to
gather and dance, play games, or just sit
and talk. The members of the Canteen
Board are the ones who planned all canteen
activities and saw that each canteen night
Jerry Malcolm, President
Pat Pomeroy, Secretary-Treasurer
FRONT ROW: Gwen Maughan, Pat Schoech, Sharon Eaton, Pat Pome
roy. SECOND ROW: Bob Lanham, Jerry Malcolm, Rex May, Lynn
Shephard, Paul Meyer, Don Todd.
I.C.L. This is the second year for the
Junior Classical League at Golden. It is
made up of students who have taken Latit
and are interested in Classical culture.
tary, and Jim
Miss Priest, Sponsor
TOP: Charles Hook, Loretta Schelske, Beth Miller, Charlotte Redell,
Lois Taylor. BOTTOM: Anita Willard, Nancy Woodward, Mary Van
Hooser, Pansy Jones.
TOP: Jerry Bart, Jeff Kurtzman, Adam Diller, James Adams, Nan Robinson.
BOTTOM: Jane Weigand, Betsy Taylor, Charmaine Ames, Elaine Tait, and
FUTURE TEACHERS OF MERIC
Future Teachers of America is made up of girls
and boys interested in the teaching profession.
Their first project this year was decorating the
windows for Education Week. They also worked
as substitute teachers at the grade school,
Nancy Woodward, Secretary, Mary Van
I-looser, Treasurer, and Lois Taylor,
The Aeronautics Club, under the direction
of Mr. Hafling has been studying model airplane
engines and flights. They bought their own
5 model plane and built it for experiments on
LHT to RIGHT: Gary Oxelson, Mr. Hafling, Stanley Swisher, Clifford vi'
Elkins, Larry Schelgel, Dick Trow, Bob Nakonieczny, Arnold Potter, Don Q
Feeback, Jerry Bart, Carl Churches.
The Science Club is new at Golden this
year. It consists of students who are inter-
ested in science as a career or who have
just a general interest. One of the out-
standing projects this year was the field
trip through Colorado General Hospital.
The club plans to help in landscaping the
grounds of the new school.
are W '
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Executive Committee: Ronald Lass, Lynn
Shepard, Pat Dunham, Roger Dunn, Or-
Mr. Hafling, Sponsor
BACK ROW: Ronald Lass, Bob Nakonieczny, Neal Friend, Elvin Hartman, Mr.
Pappenfus. SECOND ROW: Bob Hood, Warren Wildman, Jim Strouse, Ray De
Volder, Tom Ellis. THIRD ROW: Richard Reider, Lynn Shepard, Roger Dunn,
Orlando Chavez, Clifford Martin. FOURTH ROW, Pat Dunham, Shirley
Barnes, Wanda McCoy, Jackie Eslick, Nancy Leek.
S UARE DANCE
Square Dance Club had a lot of fun this year
learning new dances and polishing the old ones.
They met once a week to dance to records and
student callers, and they also planned several
affairs outside school.
- Doug Jacobs, Presi-
7 if dent and Carol
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' f tary-treasurer.
BACK ROW: Connie Novak, Mary Anne Harbus, Carol Churches, Pat
Dunham, Jane Davis, Geraldine Wycoff, Nancy Wilbur, Karen Ven-
degna, Doug Jacobs. SECOND ROW: Roger Clark, Dave Heimbecker,
Jack Salisbury, Cliff Martin, Jim Ramstetter, Sandy Craig. FRONT
ROW: Dan Shier, Tim Weed, Roger Lavitt, Galen Feeback, Don
Feeback, Larry Helburg.
T Q 5 if Another new club at school is the Key Club.
- ' The idea was introduced to the boys at school last
Mr Hafhng Sponsor year, but this was the first active year. The Key
' Club works in coo eration with Kiwanis to erform
services for the school and community. Parking
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arter artin. : er c mi t tewart erry . .
Chelius, Stan Dunn, Joe Starika, Jerry Malcofm. THIRD ,ROW: Gary many Projects of Service the Key Club Performed
Fleebe, John Ellison, Paul Meyer, Ted Braun, Don Todd, Ray Kim- IMS year.
minau. BOTTOM ROW: Jeffrey Kurtzman, Chuck Richey, Rex May,
Rod Peterson, Don Maurer.
Mrs. I-Iafling -
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Q W Al K Rod Peterson, President, Chuck
' Richey, Vice-president, Don Todd,
4 ' Secretary-treasurer.
Library Club is a public relations and
service club. They have done a beautiful
job this year helping Mrs. Gorsky and the
other librarians set up and organize our new
library. They were also involved in a pro-
ject to help Mitchell Elementary School
set up a central library. They entertained
the county Librarians at their meeting here.
BACK ROW: Pansy Jones, Dianna Dearinger, Shelia Claar, Sherrell Garvin,
Beth Miller, Lois Taylor. FRONT ROW: Aimee Jones, Merrolyn Martin,
Mary Van Hooser, Diane Burlingame.
Pansy Jones, President
MARCO D WHITE 'W tair
The "Maroon and White" staff has worked hard all year to
produce a superb school newspaper. Members of the staff
attended all sporting events and social affairs to give accurate
accounts of all school activities. Besides reporting the daily life
of our school, the staff did a great service to the coaching depart-
ment by keeping athletic records.
Mrs. Gorsky, Sponsor
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Anne Bitzer, Exchange Editorg Judy Baker,
Editor, Al Stewart, Featuresg Jack Theisen,
Photographer, Frank Crane, Sports Editor.
Not Pictured: Janice Gregory, Editorial Page,
Kay Johnson, Business Manager.
BACK ROW: Carrolyn Dessau, Jean Strange, Beth Miller,
Ray Kimminau, A1 Stewart, Jack Theisen, Anita Willard.
FRONT ROW: Pat Maas, Beverly Haagensen, Anne Bitzer,
Judy Baker, Frank Crane.
BACK ROW Carl Brewsaugh, Chuck Beaty, Nan ROb1DSOI1, Jean Strange, Beverly Haagenson, Wrlma Pyle, Sandy
McPherson, Nancy Dulz-ugh, Nancy Drxon, Barbara Martm SECOND ROW Karen Anderson, Pat Mortrmer, Gwen
Maughan, Carol Mlshler, Jan Volz, Tonn1e Bohtho, Maryann Harbus, Conme Novak, Orlando Chavez, Gary Oxel
son, Carl Nelson. BOTTOM ROW Larry Mclnroy, D1ck Baxter, Dave Hermbecher, Harry Meerdmk, Jerry Mal
colm, Shrrley Gxllett, Pat Brown, John Clelland, Terry Chehus
The purpose of Safety Srders 15 to teach safety
to all who deal rn any way wrth automoblle traffrc
The Golden Safety Srders was the frrst club of rts
kmd rn the Umted States There were two
members from Golden on the State Safety Srders
Councll and club s work has helped to greatly
reduce trafflc accrdents 1n Golden
Loure Fraunfelder, Secretary
Hershel Doyle, Presrdent
Gary Flebbe, Vrce Presrdent
Paula Starbranch, Correspondmg Secretary
Nma Harbus, Treasurer
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Mr. Hafling, Sponsor
The lettermen's club in our school is the "G" Club. Anyone who earns
a letter automatically becomes a member. The "G" Club has shown many
movies this year of our own athletic events, of college and professional
athletic events, and of all sports in general. The purpose of the "G" Club
is to help make and enforce league rulings concerning athletes and to
provide interesting and educational sports entertainment for its members
and the student body.
Richard Seal, Vice-President
Chuck Richey, Secretary
Don Maurer, President
BACK ROW: Rendel Edmonds, Clifford Aldrich, Jerry Schloffman, Bob Lanham, Gerald Seigal, Buddy Acker, Mark
Schultz, Don Bergman. SECOND ROW: Stan Dunn, Ken Snyder, Dick Seal, Harry Meerdink, Jerry Houghton, Len-
nox Bird, Jeffrey Kurtzman, Carl Churches, Bob Jaenicke, Bob Hood. THIRD ROW: Roger Dunn, Skip Stevens,
Paul Meyer, Hershel Doyle, Dan Shier, Jay Martine, Jerry Stransky, Bob Krattli, Ron Roe, Roger Beumer, Bill
Frye. FOURTH ROW: Doug Jacobs, Dave Heimbecher, Phil Reisbeck, Rex May, Gary Mabb. FIFTH ROW: Ed
Traevena, Emie Swearingen, Don Potter, Arnie Potter, Gary Flebbe, Herb Blatter, Ron Stimler, George Ortega,
Terry Chelius, Terry Thiede. BOTTOM ROW: Gary Reese, Jon Scheiltz, Rod Peterson, Jim McCracken, Chuck
Richey, Frosty Snodgrass, Don Dulaigh, Dick Baxter, Frank Crane, Bill Peters, Don Maurer.
TOP ROW Don Bergman, Lols Taylor, Judy S1g1er, Judy Samet, Gary Rxsdon,
Bob Jaenlcke, Jesse Valentxne, Terry Th1ede 2nd ROW Glenetta G1bbons, 5 '
B111 Frye, Patty Lawson, Jan Clnlds, Chuck Beaty Larry Schlegel, J1m L1d
ber Marcxa Jensen and Beth M111er BOTTOM ROW Joan Nelso Bonnx
g n, e 'ip
Epler, Charlotte Matirerly, Charlotte Redell, Amee Jones, Marrolyn Martm
D1a.ne Burlmgame, and Lcretta Schelske X Z
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Gary Risdon, President lst Semester,
Joa.n Nelson, President 2nd Semester.
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The P F C IS an mter denommatlonal organrzatxon dechcated to provldlng
Chr1st1an fellowshlp for hlgh school students and through then example to
xnfluence others 1n the Chnsuan way of l1v1ng. To accornpllsh the1r goal r.hev
have shown films he'd regular meetings and sponsored group social events.
Mr. Herber, Sponsor.
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BACK ROW: Buddy Acker, Jeffrey Kurtzman, Douglas Jacobs, Gerald Foster, Ronald Lass. SECOND ROW: Jan
Childs, Pat Dunham, Linda Beard, Judy Sigler, Shirley Gillett. BOTTOM ROW: Alice Green, Nan Robinson, Sue
Loizeaux. NOT PICTURED: Sandy Carr.
Jan Childs, Editor
Doug Jacobs, Head Photo-
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The Annual Staff is a rather small group, but one with
a big job. The staff has worked countless hours to bring
you the best yearbook possible. Few people realize the
tremendous amount of work it takes to put out an annual.
Members of the staff must act as photographers, picture
printers, reporters, copy writers, bookkeepers, salesmen,
advertising agents, business managers, and editors. They
must attend to the tousand and one daily items which
must be taken care of to produce a successful yearbook.
All these jobs are done on the staff's own time, but they
are proud to present to you the culmination of their year's
Shirley Gillett, Business Manager
Mr. Herber, Sponsor
have had many valuable experrences thrs year They
N' A put on an assembly for the Junror High School and
presented a Chrrstmas program here They also enter
tarned at the dedrcatlon of the new school and worked
hard on therr songs for the Sprrng Festrval
Q A W The chorus classes under the d1rect1on of Mrs Hurr
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BACK ROW Mrs Hurr, Ruth Renrlecker, Peggy Johnson, Betty Walker, Glenetta Grbbons, LaVesta Wrlhams
FRONT ROW Snady Carr, Kay Trezrse, Sue Bomnan, Elarne Tart, Nancy Woodward, Nancy Drxon
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M Sharma compaus India's schools wilh G H S
Rodney introduces Jane Sterling, who
speaks to the student body on adopting
2. "Code of Honor"
Mr. Jerry Smith demonstrates the art of using the trampolin.
Mr. Johnson, Coach Lewis make football
Coach Lewis presents trophy to Mr. Johnson
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The yearbook sta ff of 1957
would 11ke to s1ncere1y thank the
busmess establxshments whlch
have g1ven us theu loyal and
wholehearted support throughout
the year as well as through then
advert1sements m our yearbook
We ask you to patromze our ad
vertlsers for these are the bus1
nesses that make our commumty
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Custom I aundefed THE GOLDEN MERCANTILE
Best ll Lsfies
A 8- W DRIVE IN
Btn Street 8 Washington
Open all vear round
Curb and mszde service
Orders to Co
Best Il Lshes
10 BEN FRANKLIN 5 10
Your Best Place to Shop
lie Send I lou ers
Across the Street
Across the Nohon
Across from the
Phone Cr 9 3138
U. S. Royal Tires
1207 Washington Ave. CR 9 1773
Present this ad and receive
325 credit toward your engagement
wedding ring set.
Watch and Jewelry Repairing
Cf 9 3668 809 - Wi Sffee' 1122 Washington Ave. Phone cf 9 3323
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Compliments fo all
WENDELL G. PLUMMER
Who have finally managed to stumble through
Best II Lslzes
GOLDEN DALE DAIRY
lce Cre rn Mzlk
Fountain Specz ltzes
23'd 8 Fwd 2351 E051 sfreef
CR 9 4477
ComplIments For a Movrng Job
GOUDGE BROS wEsTwAY MOTOR FREIGHT INC
FRONTIER SERVICE STATION Sfh 8 Cheyenne
Golden Coloru do
IOOO Washlngton Ave Phone CR 9 9008 CR 9 3325
RICHMOND S GOLDEN ELECTRONIC SERVICE
HALF HOUR LAUNDRY
Dry Cleonmg TCIEVISIOH Rad o Record Players
and HIFI T pe Recorders Car Radros
SI'IIrt Servlce 720 Twelfth Street
2124 Ford sffeef CR 9 3606 Phone CR 9 2326
Hours 8 00 6 O0
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Class 0 57
SENA S PIZZERIA
Pzzza and Sandu Lclzes to
8807 W Colfax
Phone BE 71408
226 9th St Golden
Phone CR 9 4Ol3
DEFFENBAUGH LUMBER C0
Complete Builders Supplies
Class of 57
Bob Ingalls 0 BRIEN S TONSORIAL PARLOR
1101 Washlngton Ave
ll'l3 Washington Golden Colorado
There ls No Substitute
Q"""'Y "'S"""'Ce EVANS GROCERY S. MARKET
JOHN C BURT Groceries and Fresh Meat
ack Burt Bob Cralg
Telephone CR 9 4453
Bonds Mortgage Loans Open Sundays and Holidays
'Ill Washington Ave Suite One
Phone CR 9 2561 Res CR 9 3286
JACK'S STANDARD SERVICE APPLIANCE C0
2200 Ford Street Phone CR 9 9909
H06 Washington Ave CR 9 3329
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For All Your Lumber Needs
I3I3 Ford Street Phone CR 9 2527
Ylze place to go
Brands you kno
JACK S PHARMACY
Russell Stover Candy
1200 Woshmgton Street
Phone CR 9 3575
Best II Lshes
Colden Hzglr School Students
Your lleadq uarte rs
Across from the show next door to Conoco
KELLOGG S HARDWARE INC
CR 9 2II2
We Serve to Sat sfy
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THE GOLDEN THEATRE
A A SCHOECH PROP
24 hr recker service
Phone CR 9 3565 22nd and Ford Streets
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1100 Washington Ave
Cr 9 3282
Oldest Weekly News
90 leafs 0 bervzce
E Z WAY LAUNDRY
Shrrts Our Specialty 1219 wcshmglon CR 9 2424
You do It We do It
716 12th St Golden Colorado
12th at Ford
Dealer 1n Smclau' Products
Goody ear Tues and Battemes
CR 9 9004
STRUCK PLUMBING 8- HEATING
CASTLE ROCK SERVICE SLnCe1924
In Sink Erator
Plpe 8. Flttlngs
Guaranteed II orlfmanshzp
Dr E A BADER
1208 Washington Avenue
Class of 57
BUD S GREEN MOUNTAIN SERVICE
ISIOO West Colfax
Off Cr 9 3713 Res Cr 9 3616 BROWNIE S HOMESTEAD
15950 South Golden Road
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PORTRAITS BY DEAN
For those Senior pictures
you II always treasure
Given Each Individual
1307MWashington Ave CR 9 1614
GOLDEN BOWL INN
Eat out more often
Eat Here or Pak Out
Ed and lllarion Besel
24th 81 Ford CR 9-2422
Pontzac G MC and .leep Dealer
SPARKS MOTOR CO
Phone CR 9 2596
624 13th Street
PETERSON S GULF
1401 Ford Street
Best ll :shes
LILA 8. TIP S DAIRY
Clzzcken and Shrimp
Orders to Go
8th and Cheyenne Streets
1213 Washington Ave
SE RVICE useo CARS '-0:15 CR 91072
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Shoes o Oualzlx
two doors south of
Ellis Dept Store
GOLDEN MOTORS INC
Soles ond Service
lOl8 Woslwlngton Ave Prone CR 9 259l
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JOHNSON S CONOCO
Complete I me U
I onovo Products
t ond Washington Rhone CR 9 9973
Shop at Foss and .Save
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fargeet Departmental Drug btore
FOSS DRUG COMPANY
algreerz and Savemore l ency
Insure In Sure lneurancf
DENNIS OF GOLDEN INC
lncuran 0 ltenll Stale
Phone CR 9 4327
808 l3tl'1 Street
CHAL S MARKET
911 9tl1 Street
CR 9 3434
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SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
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Excavating Contractor KROGER PRESS
Compressor and .Iackhommer Work priming
Excavating - Backtilling Quality and Service
Road Building - Carryall Work
SERVICE STATION A G EAKER
Open Every Evening
10th and Ford Streets CR 9 3349 S 8K H Stamps
Clolfzmg for all the Famzly
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The Frlendly People
As we complete th1s f1na1 page of E1
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two Maroon and Whlte staff members
pxetured at left But before we do we W1Sh
to thank everjone who has had a part 1n
plannlng and composlng thxs book The
staff appreclates the cooperatlon of students,
faculty parents busxness people and many
others We hope the book meets wlth your
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