Golden High School - Yearbook (Golden, CO)

 - Class of 1963

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The courage to master a new language in a quest for knowledge, the hard- ships endured by being in an entirely new environment away from family and friends, and the willingness to overcome each new challenge cheerfully are traits of which all youth can be proud. We dedicate our yearbook to you, Minoru Saijo, for spending this year with us at Golden High School. As an exchange student from japan, you have demon- strated to us the true values of friendship. 0 A. 'wal lm.. 'M'mm1'f"s4x - ' " V W - ' " Wwwfmg. mnmwm' 1, s - V ,W A W 'S' ill Ar the AFS picnic he outplayed the best and outate the rest. Minoru is spending his senior year at Golden High School as a re- sult of the efforts of the Golden chapter of American Field Service. Adults of the community assisted students Who sold bonds for S51 or more each to raise the necessary money to bring him from his home in Wachi-Machi, on the island of Shikoku. Minoru's father is a school principal and corresponds With his son in English. Minoru has studied English for four years, but has dif- ficulty in understanding the language because We speak fast and have so many colloquial expressions. While in Golden Minoru is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Geehan of Wide Acres. Here he is in the Geehan home with Pat who is a sophomore at G. H. S. DR, DELBERT G. PETERSON JOHN E. BELL DR. FORBES BOTTOMLY Once a month the elected five-member Board of Education for jefferson County R-1 Schools meets to discuss problems of education philosophy, personnel, salaries, budg- ets, and our ever-enlarging building program. Dr. Bottomly meets with the Board and with many citizen committees on various phases of school problems. SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS: Charles E. Meyers, treasurerg J. Collins Cadd, first vice-presidentg Thomas Ten Eyck, second vice-presidentg l-lal Shelton, presidentg Wayne Van Arsdale, secretary. BOYD BALDAUF B. S. , Nebr. State College M.A. , Colo. State College Ed.D. , Colo. State College RO BERT I-I. ELLIOT MABEL BOLITHO B. S. , University of Denver M. A. , University of Denver B.A. , Colorado State College Q 3 M A University of Denver I S PRESIDENT SECRETARY-TREASURER BOY' S VICE PRESIDENT B111 S31-E11 judene Reitz GIRL' S VICE PRESIDENT T Dave Beasley Louise Brennecke 5 A in ,z,L'wmW"f I ,.-we ,, Don Palmer gets expert advice from Mr. Perrella. DEWAIN R. WOOD B. S. , Univ. of Nebraska AL PERRELLA B. A. , Colorado State College Nancy Hughes and Don Palmer get some pointers from art teacher, Mrs. Stewart. Arts offered at Golden High include mechanical and archi- tectural drawing, Woodworking, and graphic arts in oils, water color, chalk and pastels. Work with mosaic tile, ceramics, and sculpture are also done. MILDRED STEWART B.A. , Colorado State College 6 M. A. , University of Denver Band and Vocal Music vv"""""" PAT RYAN "Sing Along With Pat" B.A. , Asbury College What the G.H.S. Band lacks in size, it makes up for in volume and performance. The hand performs colorful half-time shows for football games. At Boulder Band Day the hand received a superior rating and special Commendation for tone quality and appearance of the new uni- forms. ln conjunction with the chorus, a series of musical programs are given throughout the year. It takes teamwork! DAVID RUCKER 7 B.M. E. , Drake University EILEEN BIGGS BANKS B. S. , East Central State Coll. The business machines room boasts two DOROTHY JANE MOORE B. S. , Oklahoma State Univ. new machines. A Burroughs posting machine was given the department by the Rocky Moun- tain Bank of Lakewood and a banking proof machine was given by the First National Bank of Golden. This year a new teacher was added to the staff of the Golden business department. An ever increasing number of students are desirous of acquiring sten- ographic and secretarial skil A new course, college typi notehand, is being offerexdfthi year. OSCAR MORRIS B. S. , University of J Wyoming W WV N REITZ o State College LYNN NELSON . B. , Nebr. State Teachers ,gig .le-,QQ 1. FA , STAN KOTZEN B. S. , Univ. of Pennsylvania A. ,wifii fv- BARBARA WALSH B. A. , Hofstra College Four English credits are required for graduation from Golden High School. The senior credit can be earned by tak- ing journalism, speech, dramatics, Eng. IV or College Prep English. What's the big interest in English? ......... Girls or books? HELEN FAIRBANK S RICHARD LEINAWEAVER B. A. , University of Colorado LILLIAN MOORE B.A. , Colorado College B. S. , M. A. , Univ. of Houston JAMES JOHNSON B. S. , Phillips University LOUIS RILLOS B. A. , Denver University M.A., Colorado State College Ei: RALPH BISHOP B.A., M.A., LL.B., University of Colorado Three credits of social stud- ies are required for graduation from Golden High School. Two of these must be American and World history. The third may be civics, so- ciology, economics, or govern- ment and law. AL MCLAREN B. S. , Stephen F. Austin State College GARY BECKVN ITH B.A. , Doane College Q-1-v+i.. v---inn-umnnui-uuii FRED ULRICI-I B. A. , Nebraska Wesleyan CHARLESANNE ELBON A. B. , University of Colorado Certificat d' Etudes, Grenahle, France Foreign language courses offered at Golden High include Spanish' I, II, III, and IVQ Latin I, II, III, and IV, French I, II, III, Russian I, II, and IIIQ and German I and II. To facilitate a speaking knowledge of the languages, there are eight stations in a language laboratory Where students lis- ten and respond to taped conversations in all of the languages offered. ALEX PASHOVICH B. A., B. S., Ohio State Univ. MAUD PRIEST B.A., M.A., Univ. of Colorado RAY EWING B. S. , University of Nebraska ai. PALMA MARK B.A. , St. Olaf College M. S. , University of Wisconsin ED I-IERBER DARREL HAFLINC BBA, West Texas State B. A. , University of College Colorado MBS, University of M. A. , Western State Colorado College The mathematics curriculum includes courses in essentials of math, plane and solid geometry, algebra trigonometry, and math analysis. Under the guid- ance of Mr. Herber the members of the Math Club meet weekly for independent study on advanced topics such as number theory, set theory, topology, and mathematical puzzles. Each spring the school math department administers the nation-Wide Annual Math- ematical Contest. Last year Rick Wahl and Rusty Keenan earned the high scores, and our team placed 20th of the 119 high school teams in Colorado, Wyo- ming, and Utah. J "Really?. . Guess again. " 12 ww!! One year of physical education is re- quired for graduation. Advanced P. E. is taught for interested students. 'G--Maud RICHARD BOOTON 13 B. A. , University of Denver LJ., -I CLAUDIA HARGER TODD B S., Ohio State University The beginning of a big sewing project Many valuable lessons in sewing, cooking and general homemaking projects are studied in the course of home economics. The Golden library has approx- imately 4, 700 books covering all fields in which students might be required to do research. There are books for inspiration, recreation, and information. A big project this year is mak- ing a new card catalog using the Dewey Decimal System. 3 mmislemfuf M sf new-fs LOREN CI-IRISTENSEN B. S. , M. S, , Colorado State Univ. Chemistry Science offerings at Golden High include biology, chem- istry, and physics. The science area emphasizes both facts and methods of science as a means of discovering truth. Stu- dents are expected to Work up to their ability in mastery of fundamentals and development of a spirit of inquiry. Mr. Chapman conducts a science seminar which discusses the im- pact of scientific knowledge upon World culture. JOHN CHAPMAN B. S. , University of Colorado Physics A familiar sight in biology. ws. 5 E fx S, l E 2 2 5 5 5 5 i 5 2 TOM STEINKE B. S. , M. S., Brigham Young Biology il ART PAPENFUS l B. S. , Wisconsin State Coll. l M. A. , Colorado State College Biology 15 2 2 I I E I 3 KATHERINE DUPPMAN TAIT 1 SHIRLEY I-IALLER BARNES FLETA FLESHER SVN 'XNSON JOYCE SIMS KINSMAN it 1' -6 PM , 'IL I963 Senior Demons john Perkins PRESIDENT Wilma May Matson T RBASURER Nancy Jean Hughes VICE PRESIDENT 18 Suzan Josephine Sorenson SECRETARY Sharon Lee Alden Betty Lavonne Alexander Robert C arnpbell Anderson William Kerr Angus janet Louise Baker David Eugene Barnhardt William Stanley Acker Rick Adams Kenneth joe Aggus Trudy Agnew Robert LeRoy Barrett Dave Beasley Larry R aymond Bergman Larry D avid Blackman LaRita Lee Bolitho Patsy Ilene Boss john Robert Boyle Peter james Braly Louise Brennecke Robert Michael Buffum Barb ara Frances Burdick f 4, v Barbara Ellen Clark Debera Lee Coleman Linda Gene Conzett Bob Dean Craig Jerry Alan Dale Joseph john DeBoer Kathy Cecile Calmette Alice Caparella P amela A nne C arpenter C arol Lynn C arper janet Lee C athc art Janice Kay Dorsey Nancy Irene Dunbar Donald Wayne Edelen Pamela Jeanne Erick Janice Lee Ethridge Sharon Diane Fisher Jill Lynette Decker Alfred Armand DeFeo George E. DeGrazio Victor William DeMaria John Robert Derwent Juanita Dine Ronald Russell Forester Dorothy Ann Foss Mary Penelope Frush Terryl Ann Gallegos Michael D. Gard Mary Ellen Garten Gary Lee Gaschler Charlene Kay Good Lana Beth Granquist Barbara Dean Griffing Paul Arthur Grull Everett Eugene Hall Bernadette june Hansen Connie LeRoux Hardendorf Roger Dale Harmelink joDean Harness Lucian Kay Harrison john W alter Hasler foxy f I-larry Carl I-Iorblit Gretchen Mari an Hoskins Sidonya Hope Herr Lena Patricia Hinshaw Mary Priscilla Holland Lynn Alma johnson Waldo R. Keenan, jr. Alice Kaye Klinglesmith Linda Gail Langley Richard Carl Larned john Edwin Lawson is 'eee nena 5 Rex Allen Lawson Judy Lynn Lewis Kathy jane Kraut james Robert Lafferty Jacqueline Ann Lamberson Lowell Cecil Lewis Maria Mercedes Lewis Charlotte Linderrnan Larry Layton Lomb ardelli Bob Eugene Long Timothy Norman Long Judy Ellen Maclear Patricia Lynn Maki Tony Esia Manchego Fred R alph M ares Kathryne Almira M artine Karleen M aree M arxen Loretta Lee Loyd Meindl Gary Edwin Mencimer Edward Earl Miller Karen Lynn Montgomery janet Louise Moody Norman Dale Moore S am M atthews M ary Lou M ayo David Ross McCoy Sandra Eilene Mclnroy DeAn.n MoMahan Thom as Buchanan McPherson Diane Gail Nielsen james Henry Norton Ileen Carol Nurnberg Sheila Rae Murin Donna Marie Nakonieczny Dave N. Oberg John Clifford Olin Marney Elaine Paddleford Donald Eugene Palmer Kenneth Charles Palmer Dwight Ray Parker Howard Edward Prouty Marie Ramstetter Arthur Lee Ray Frances Kay Raymer Carolyn Sue Redell Judy A. Reece Beverly Ann Peters john Eugene Phillips Edward Randall P iburn Jenifer Louise Pickett Theodore Warren Pohrte james Michael Seewald Marjorie Elaine Selbe Patricia Anne Seratft Joyce Ann Sheats Berna Lynette Shepard Karen Fern Shinbur judene Kay Reitz A. james Ronzio Diana jean Rossman Rossman Karen S. Rustad Minoru Saijo William Edward Sarell Norman Skougstad Judy Lee Spitz Harold Anthony Stahl Marjorie Ann Starbranch Marcelene Lou Stewart Mary Louise Stuermer De nnis Raymond Sullivan Charles Thomas Sweney janet Irene Taylor Richard Lloyd Thompson Kathleen jane Todd Vicky Lynn Tripp Vera May Trowbridge Mike Van Horn Sharon Ann Van Tongeren Donna Cla ire Vogeler Mary Karen Wagnon Richard Wilbur Wahl '5 Q A v-:M,,,. , ,, Uv, ,rr Y N e H1 'i xx z 5.1 X, X 5 . as .':ff1Xlk7lX.-Liijfg A .,L X ., , r . . -',Z5f"ufl:urv.xx'Q, .3-,. mx, , M 5 5-a3.ra'a1M"'f,iQg ,figffwswxfxe ' 5 s"vW?5'lf-.E - 's'yfHmQxm aa- .,,, 2 Mike Ray Wallace Henry Eugene Wamboldt jeff Allen Ward Sharon Lee Watson Dale Ralph Weaver Hal Eugene Weaver Brian Robert Williamson Karen Lee Wright jim Robert Yetzbacher Zinda R. Young Susan Rae Ziegler Rory Michael Ziemann Alice Ann Weed Michael Gary Wheeler Carlos Lance Willard Carolynn Lea Williams , l ! 5 4 i 1 S o . X B ' 1 S 'LAS DEMON NOMINEES: Sue Sorensen, Norman Skougstad Judene Reitz B111 Sarell Rusty Keenan Louise Brennecke, Rick Wahl Pam Carpenter Dlane Fisher and Mike McGinnis. Miss Demon NANCY HUGHES, 1963 Miss Demon, is a member of the National Honor Society, received the DAR Good Citizenship Award, is vice president of the senior class, co- editor of the annual, active in competitive speech and dramatics and a member of numerous clubs including Pep Club. For the first time this ycar it was decided to choose an outstanding senior boy and girl to be Mr and Miss Demon Faculty members were asked to vote for students on their scholastic ability character leadership personality and participation in school activities The student body then Voted OH the S1X highest boy and girl nominees ,iffy BOB ANDERSGN 1963 Mr Demon, ranks 13th in his class of 190 is high scorer on the basketball team, captain of the track team running the 100 yard dash in 10 2 seconds As a junior he pole vaulted 12' 2 U2 which is a school record He intends to break this record before his senior year is over A 'i xfvfggyif ' ,Q 1:" A . iff f 2 Q if QU .Ujfj Y Smut uperlatives wwxp' -'Lnivb we-IQATIES MOST ATHLETIC: Kathy S jack BEST STUDENTS: Diane 8- Rick MOST FUN TO BE WITH: 1111 S Gem-ge MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Louise G Bill 37 Short skirts, kilts, and culottes. ,, M ,.., l,r,Wvfw Q or Kmwwnfmvsewxwvmw e -.W-25: 95 - gg, W ,... v, rw M1 iw? .,5S , w?- ' Q Ag! .l ,:. V. , aw: , ".-wi' T ggi V .W Q ,. - ,. as v . L VV ,, ..., , ,hi k.., , rig A -,,,-- N X, 'm 1525 w The Ivy League Look?!? And they talk about girls' Hwigs. " r x A5 llll ,Q-M .1.45wv RQ iff. V wgwux T necks Afffflflff'-'f If va " rl I Racoon Collars rd' and Parkas. -' fgifnfg fz . f K+ ff 9 fglfii WK: W 5-msn!" ' WW hw W sf , ','9-ezgizisi - 710 L wg F ' QQ' M .M, ..,: A 8' 2 mMZsi,e ,511 Mr " 5' Q W x A wh MQ Tennis N STANDING: Coach Lynn Nelson, Ron Britton, john Huffman, Randy Vaughn and Mike Reed. KNEELING: jack Michalko, Robert Rice and Willie Iurney. TEAM SCORES Defeated Bear Creek twice, 5 - O, 5 Defeated Alameda twice, 5 - O, 5 Defeated Arvada twice, 3 - Z, 3 Defeated Lakewood twice 3 - 2, 4 Defeated jefferson twice, 3 - 2, 4 Defeated by Wheatridge twice, 2 - 3, 2 WON--105 LOST--2. john Huffman, jack Michalko and Mike Reed. Represented Golden at the District and State Tourneys. 0. 0. 2. 1. l. 3. DOUBLES john Huffman and Mike Reed Second in District SINGLES jack Michalko, third place in District Cross Countr DICK THOMPSON Captain STANDING: joe DeBoer, Mgr., Truman King, jerry Rayalf, Don Starbuckalf, Dick Thompsonblf, Carl Hodkinson, Art Ray, Mr. Booton, Coach. KNEELING: Don Reese, Marc Moore, Bill Irons, Mike Harden, Brad Coleman, Dave Martella, Dave Arnold. 'lfLetterm en , 1. All-State Demon, Although Cross-Country is not considered a major sport, Golden does not take a hack seat to any school in the county. Our team placed 5th in State this year. Don Starbuck, in action. Our boys against Iakewood. 41 Off against Arvada. Football 1962 SCHEDULE 12 Manual 6 ,league Games Q L . No place to go against South. ' , Next Stop, Arvada's Goal Line! O Palmer 18 6 Pueblo 26 6 Bear Creekt 27 2 1 Alameda 1' O O South 33 7 Lakewood? 47 14 jefferson? 7 6 Arvada? 6 O Wheatridge 'F 27 4--- mlb... BACK ROW: K. Dodson, S. Hatchell, G. Parker, J. Kincannon, G. Lang, T. Loeffler, L. Wright R. Stolpa, B. Cullum, D. Korosec, B. Baker, R. Bochatey, D. Fleming, J. Blaue, and S. Arnold MIDDLE ROW: Coaches Rillos and Beckwith, T. Geib, V. Bullock, R. Paullus, I. Kreamelmeyer S. Crause, R. Willis, J. Pastore, B. Lacey, G. Mencirner, D. Sutton, D. Woods, M. Goodale, D. Gorton, 1. Phillips, I. Kellenbenz, D. Hollaus, C. Parfet, B. Leid and A. Papenfus. BOTTOM ROW: J. Fisher, J. Colvin, D. Parker, J. Perkins, M. Wheeler, I. Lawson, J. Phillips, B. Sarell, G. DeGrazio, I. Norton, V. DeMaria, R. Lawson, T. Doyle, D. Blount, B. McPherson, J. Derwent, K. Palmer, B. Cope and B. Parent. Doug answers the Rebel's challenge. 9 f XY' W if gg! Bill Sarell Q SP if Tim Doyle jim Norton Quarterback I-Ialfback Halfback Fullback End End Tackle Tackle Guard Guard Center Tim Doyle Bill Sarell Jim Norton Doug Blount Mike Wheeler john Perkins john Derwent Buck McPhers jack Lawson Vic DeMaria jim Wood 44 john Perkins O1'1 Mike Wheeler Buck McPherson ja ck Lawson ,ggi 1 K A ku MT, sw, , : , any - 1 . w: -I .12 ,, x A, ff. ' 51 .f- f EE M . 'QQ - ff? k 1 ' g ' ' .... ij:-5 ' ' 5 ""'L5 ' 95- M.- efi' - sk 6 A .S 3 ' if' I k H ,- . f 5,. -sf - w e 7 'W .V A "W f 1 Q. ' t K ,A ,, Pol' jf . vi. 1 " 'ix' A W john Derwent at ,Z Vic DeMaria Basketball P sig Mlm gg 691.1 Ula, fl, BASKETBALL BACK ROW: Coach Steinke, john Huffman, Paul Reed, Rex Lawson, jim Yetzbacher, Tim Doyle, Coach Tom Steinke T17 o 1 Slim M196- QQXLUL 7 'QI Sasuavawv' ill! slsxzranu ZED sasmeq, Grull, Bob Anderson, Darrel Woods. FRONT ROW: M ke Doug Sutton. TEAM RECORD FOR '63 SEASON Adams City North High Tournament Palmer Pueblo Central Littleton Lakewood County Tournament jefferson Bear Creek jefferson Bear Creek Arvada Alameda Wheatridge Lakewood jefferson Bear Creek Arvada Alameda Wheatridge 46 Golden 45 52 37 50 55 49 24 45 36 65 44 82 59 62 62 37 35 81 52 48 32 46 35 42 63 42 7 57 60 43 41 67 46 36 f QZ155' -rod' Team sive S 1145 EASKEVAU """b Bob Anderson Senior 6 ...- me fp' 53 ,R .QQ .,,. Hg, .Nr ry , if jim Yetzbacher Senior ,,..a-p.-,,, Tim Doyle Senior Q9 -ar f gi mr Doug Sutton junior 2' QQ X' Rex Lawson Paul Grull Senior Senior LD 'f C335 af M?""S""f Mike Reed John Huffman JL11'1iO1' Ju-H1911 47 D ave Earnhardt Senior QLD!-. Q me , BASKEIBAM f f Darrel Woods Sophomore Basketball Two more points for Bob against Arvada. Was it a foul by the Pueblo Central Terror? Don following in his brother's footsteps. "B" Squad game. 48 Rex Lawson puts in his two points. W l O Act: o n jim Yetzlncher looking for a rebound. I "Basketball Ballet" The Mighty Mites against those six foot plus Farmers. 5'8" Tony reaches 10 feet. ' ' MBQQ1, - , , , if if ar Q '11 .mf -has-n91f""' 'N :ss W W ...K ""' H- sn--1...-.Q M "I9 " "A" SQUAD .gt N m'm-. , 2 L V ,,. , rr ' 1' T ,T ' ,-L V 1LL fi, KE at .irk R. 7 V K - L nl . K K E i n A - Ax Q., . i.ii,kr it T R ' ' T . i R T-X W T B B Q f "' '54 B 'saif 5 O f ' I ,... 5 W1 T 5 fi T L ,.'.' .. t - " 1 2 P ' T e i 1 T T it iossi N B or or R , so 5551 'Z 4 w ' 5 Q , M K K K K -'f k" 'I ' fi W 5-la 33 : f - as ,ggi .gi JL if gik V, K rg: i 5 Q m--' T. . L 5 E fi-Q Lfkk 1 3 x f . rggwvf V V 'kL. 2 K . B s k hh .rzfpkif A iv 1 kj we e M l f F , .Q a rea I1 k ff FRONT ROW: john Phillips john Kreamelmeyer, Rusty Keenan Art Clark and Don Palmer. BACK w v ROW: Fred DeFeo, jim Norton, Dick Thompson, Dave Beasley, jim Bauman and jack Lawson Wrestling The Golden Wrestling Team- "A" Squad coached by Darrel I-lafling "B" Squad coached by Gary Beckwith 50 TEAM RECORD FOR '62 - '63 SEASON Golden Ft. Collins 21 23 Pueblo Tournament 2nd Place 74 Adams City 1st Place 75 West 8 38 Greeley 24 18 Broomfield 16 30 Arvada 23 17 jefferson 6 46 Alameda 14 32 Palmer 20 29 Wheatridge 14 28 Pueblo East 22 22 Lakewood 19 29 Regis 4 45 Bear Creek 5 38 District Tournament - Second Place 78 points Arvada - First Place 84 points State Tournament - 12th place with 9 points Total meets Won .... .. .10 1X2 Total meets lost .......... 2 172 Total points scored .......... 469 Total points scored against . .186 Coach I-Iafling gets credit for: f,fe:,go,11f1,gw. ,A1s,,.,::q5f,,..A 'nrt ,+f,f4es:.1 no ww1::fv1M Managers: Brad Coleman , .Q M and , H ,M V! 3 gg Steve Lodholm Dick Thompson on his way to FOURTH place in State by defeating Brown V fgzg V, . . . 'tryd from Bear Creek in District. , RECORDS SET IN '63 Dick Thompson earned 92 points in one year. Art Clark won 48 and lost ll in three years. Don Palmer, senior, 954 52 points Won 11, Lost 6 Conrad Clark, junior, 103199 29 points Won 7, Lost 4 Art Clark, senior, 11213 56 points Won 16, Lost 4 Demor Rusty Keenan, senior, 1204? 61 points VNIOIJ. 15, Lost 7 john Kreamelmeyer, soph. , 12714 22 points Won 3, Lost 8 1 john Phillips, senior, 1331? 46 points Won 12, Lost 7 11m Norton, senlor, 14554 11 points 1 Won 2, Lost 4 Fred DeFeo, senior, 138565 I 66 points Won 16, Lost 2 Vlatmen Dave Beasley, senior, 1654 66 points Won 15, Lost 4 1 jim Bauman, soph. , 1805 30 points Won 8, Lost 6 1 Dick Thompson, senior, 154:94 fCaptainj 92 points Won 21, Lost 2 jack Lawson, senior, HWT 47 points Won 10, Lost 6 E I w 3 1 Z 5 s 5 E s 1 3 jack Lawson winning 7 to 4 over Rigli of Alameda at the District Tournament. ,L-' NN Mmm, Yml1kL" - Mk'l ,,-wg Charles Palmer at Greeley. Art Clark at the Greeley Meet. Fred DeFeo at the Greeley Meet turning bottoms up. f cm. I 32 s t1 .tt ,Q 54 ,vw ,NNN Dick Thompson pins Pacheco of Arvada f Q, as jim Bauman Vs. jefferson in the District Rusty Keenan has a "Figure 4" on his Ft. Collins man in the State Meet. J-J' Two points for john Phillips against Pueblo East. Don Palmer vs. Arvada 55 N-WM Dave Beasley, a dead ringer against Tracy ,A I ,Vt,1, .,,V,,,i::5,yi.1-V:, . ,A ..,,,:l,V: a ,MW "'f:ff' Qu? 2: H -4 wi r A F 1 wg, A ,gli I 5 29' , 5 V? iw' 5- Baihinv "M aria" '51 Kindergarten L Lx 'k ' 9 S m I I e, Yo u re f f 3' M W A gwwfmdmfgsfgqb V - W. 'mp u . Jfyzlgl wc Oped -M Ha 4.7 mf., , M .W H Q , 'ff Q- Sim ff ,+fA.gM,,1, A mm, A -1 Zi as f 2' -mf? mfm A N Y -m.w11f,g.,Q -di g KM A-4 -Zi, wma W?"-4: 'U , Q Nw: ,,,, aw www Pdggx ' A Q fi 1 wow 861- i? NN-Q 12 epbess SWK 1 di 4 'fin' Ur .N feb 9171 ff' 55.3 1 ,Hy ' u 5 I at gqfqa-.' ..,ps.w, f QMS A W A mia Pithing a frog. His HO De Hof, Ooh? omg IJ 1, N4 2 ffm, 19' YXOKO eco XO DEMON Donvs Q 3 so ' 'N Q Hi fi M C ff q W Bi nj n 1 , , ,L4hM, Sophomore Week The first week of school was devoted to welcoming sophomores to Golden High. Carrying books for seniors, addressing drinking fountains, and dressing in undignified manner were a few initiation privileges. Non-compliance meant judgments in Kangaroo Court. The Week was climaxed by a bonfire and picnic com- bined With a pep rally for our first football game. Courteous, " "Voluntary, " service by the sophomores fwith seniors looking onj provided fuel for the bonfire Thursday evening. Homecoming Clink, Clink, another drink! "The Bonanza Boys The pre-game faculty Pep Assembly set the stage for an exciting weekend of Homecoming festivities. Neither rain, hail, nor sleet ........ can stop the GHS Pep Club. MW O4 , 'lbs ff' -fgws 2 L ! ,,1,2 s QX .Q we if L ' " X Attendants Lynn Shepard, Judy Lewis, jill Decker and Maria Lewis. Homecoming fe stivitie S ter- minated on Gctober 20 as students, faculty, and alumni enjoyed an "Oriental Holiday. " We enjoyed the music of Andy Figliolino and his band. Fortune cookies predicted the future of Minoru and junior. iw n-.... ., ,,A ---..4......, ,is Q! no Band The Percussion section from left to right: Bob Katona, Claire Biggs, Charles Perry, David McGinnis, Chris Kermit, and Diana Rossman. The Trumpet section from left to right: Dan Mc- Clelland, Ray Andrews, Bruce Bouch, Alan Romero Robert Furgusson, Cynthia Kotwica, Mike Gard and Dennis Sullivan. x W4 1, fr To add enjoyment to Christmas festiv- ities, the Golden High School Band and Chorus presented a joint performance. Sue Hayes Majorettes V1Ck1S Reeves Barbara Helps Cynthia Kotwica Head M ajorette POM POM GIRLS D1ana Rossman jan Ethr1 dge Lana Granquist Concert Choir FRONT ROW: Patrick Ryan, Director, Elizabeth Suggs, Kim Gard, Karen Thompson, Pat Ziegler, Clare Biggs, Danetta Rutherford, Ken Aggus, Zinda Young, Janet Cathcart, Vera Trowbridge, Loren Garretson, Rae Ann Bromfield, Judy Wilkinson, Diane Nichols, Peggy Siefken and Caren Rivers. SECOND ROW: Janet Dillingham, accompanist, Mary Thompson, Lynn Coskey, Frank Johnson, Tim Doyle, Kay Anderson, Cheryl Christian, Pam Webster, Dee Foss, Mike McGinnis. Michael Harju, Diane Poolman, Ron Brown, Bonnie Bargman, Donna Eyster and Marney Paddleiord. THIRD ROW: Joe Shirey, Jack Baxter, Steve Lodholm, Bunny Buerger, Norma Hollis. Jerry Phillips. Cheryl White, Earl Schwartzkopf, Mike Ziemann, Mark Goodell, Jack Lawson, Jim Norton, Larry Lombardelli, Jon Kre amelmeyer, Paula Ferguson, Diane Tura and Vickie Tripp. FOURTH ROW: Mike Wade, Dennis Purvis, John Kerr, Victor Lang, Emery Bator, Eric Dahl. Rex Paullus, Bob Craig, Ron Pomeroy, Dave Barnhardt, Todd Lowther, Dan Hollaus, Marshall Odneal, Gary Addington, Donna Chadwick. Jill Causrnan, Juanita Dine and Patti Maki. The Concert Choir, a select group of chorus students, appeared at the new Public Service Building in Denver during the holiday season. Cmistmas carols were broadcast onto the street and live over radio station KFML. DOUBLE OCTET FRONT ROW: Dee Foss, Danetta Rutherford, Diane Poolman and Cheryl White. SECOND ROW: Zinda Young, Juanita Dine, Janet Cathcart and Pam Webster. THIRD ROW: Mark Goodell, Earl Schwartzkopf, Ken Aggus and Frank Johnson. BACK ROW: Jerry Phillips, Dan Hollaus, Jack Lawson and Dave Barnhardt. Outstanding Demons john Fodor was the winner of the S75 first prize in the Golden Symphony's Fourth Annual Youth Festival. I-le Espagnole. " returning july 28. perform e d Lalo 's "Symphonia Diane Fisher and Christy Frost will leave for Europe june 10 to tour ten European countries f- 'ffl haf' Mike McGinnis, janet Cathcart, Dee Foss and Dave Earnhardt represented GI-IS at AlleState Choir consisting of 250 studenzcs from high schools through- out Colorado to promote future study in music. Bill Sarell, student body president, attended the National Student Council Leadership Conference at Camp Cheley in Estes Park. E , Pam Carpenter and Judene Reitz represented Golden at Girls' State held on the campus of CWC in june. Bill Sarell, Dave Beasley and james Ronzio attended Boys' State on the CU campus. james was sent as a representative of Key C lub. l.-l A 4 times 1 is 4 4 times 2 is 8 4 times 3 is 9. . QQ ' 9? l Pioneer Go Home. , l The Kwimpers of Cranberry County, 'New jersey, a freeloading backwoods family, in- vaded the GHS stage in the 1963 senior play. "I don't care what your name is--get your shack off my beach! " oorary ry t . t yy e IRE! ECT V is 3 i Qs "Toby, I won't hurt you." "Now, as your ole Pop Kwimper always says Il "l don't know how to play cards too good, Mr. Blackie. " - Q V S Q 2 f Back Stage Kinda' messy, huh, Dee?? "You gotta bone to pick, buddy? " P . 3' x ' . sf f f- Our glorious leaders--Producer Stewart and Director Leinaweaver. Of H' WY, 5 V if M V it f 2 5 2 r 'f f' ' 1 ,R ,Wire um, x 1 ez L 1 QA? 9 f r sr J tid , rv L il ,. if . il? The writing on the wall. if ff fx' fff ff' f7 "Please don't shoot! I'l1 remem- ber my lines. " 3-if Q 3 sg H N- is y Student Council President, Bill Sarellg Girls' vice president, Louise Brennecke, Boys' vice president, Dave Beasley. FRONT ROW: Paul Grull, Sue Sorensen, Kathy Todd, Maria Lewis, Sharon Van Tongeren, May Matson, and Nancy Hughes. SECOND ROW: Doug Blount, Torn Bator, Christy Frost, Doug Sutton, Kitty Waters, Clare Ryland, Cheryl Wright, Cynthia Kotwica and Dick Geib. THIRD ROW: Elaine Oppenlander, Ruth Annand, Cheryl Naas, Seda Bohks, Diane Tucker, Pat Ziegler and Vickie Reeves. BACK ROW: Todd Lowther, Scott Arnold, jerry Phillips, Mark Goodell, Gary Addington and Miss Bolitho, sponsor. NOT PICTURED: Dave Barnhardt, Brian Cope and Rex Paullus, Bill presides over an open Student Council meeting held before the student body. Diane Fisher replaced judene Reitz as secretary -treasurer of the Student Council after judene moved at the end of the first semester. Pioneers For Christ -,f-4""3f The purpose of Pioneers for Christ is to prepare young people for Christian living. The club has numerous activities during the year including ice skating, tobogganing, roller skating, banquets, hayrack rides, and picnics. P. I-KC. met every Week, and at the end of the first semester, there were fifteeen regular members. During the year, programs consisted of special speakers, guests, and films . Some of the speakers were Art Barr, a chalk artistg ministers from different churches, Lyle Lionbarger, a ventriloquistg Ed Avis, form er P.F.C . president, and Howard Smith, area P.F .C . director. 2 FRONT ROW: Ed Herber, sponsorg Dennis Sullivan, vice presidentg Ken Aggus, president, Danetta Rutherford, publicity chairman, Vera Trowbridge, secretary -treasurer, and Dan Olson. BACK ROW: Dennis Sarti, Roland Dike, Dave Roberts, Bill Irons, Lee Stewart, and Vickie Tripp. NOT PICTURED2 Marv Lou Mayo and Kathy Goodrich. 69 Science Seminar ,M W. JV. wiSfV "" ', ,:- ?',::",Fl":E'Z-Ev-5 "2 3' A ' rf" E. .'i'IQiTU3" .iii3ii'f7Y'ff3?ff. " H71 1521532 infix . 'W - T . . , iff-viie ,V C C I ' C .,., ' :i,?:g:,5:.,,,-.2 1 I I 1 g- F , f 33 V - - Y ifvznzffld wfwfi.-' . M ,,,..qf12f tail?-p,.,::' . va..-W ' f at ' " ' ' it ,V 1 Q. 5 . T I K I , M V ar.. . "yn I k , Q I , ,L V . X? ge , K I . C ,. il ' J ' V 5 . . ff : - -ff . .:,- I -M 'K , .V "Ll: L Ilia, , Penny Frush, Larry Davis, Rick Wahl and Mr. Chapman at an after-school session. Science Seminar, under the direc- tion of Mr. Chapman, met weekly after school. The Seminar was infor- mal and open to all interested. Meetings varied in nature: presentations by Mr. Chapman, pertinent filmstrips, and spontaneous discussion among members. The Seminar was organized with the theme, "The Impact of Science on the Culture of Man." To gain a com- plete picture of man, his development and his culture, We first considered the very origins of the universe and the earth. Then We discussed the theories of how life first began and how these primitive living forms eventually evolved into the compli- cated plant and animal structures that inhabit the earth today. Man finally appeared, confronting perils due to food scarcity, predatory animals, ice ages, and coexistence With others of his own species. To ensure his continued survival, man began to spread over the earth and organize into the communities which have developed into the socially complex World of today. There are thousands of factors that influence the growth of a culture. One of the most important of these in recent years has been that of human reason and man's technological advancement. ln the Seminar, we discussed the bearing that scientific thought has had on our society in the past and present. National Honor Society The National Honor Society is an organization in the secondary schools of the country for the purpose of stimulating scholarship. It recognizes character, service, leadership, and scholarship as the four attri- butes most desirable to raise the level of individual performance to a high standard of accomplishment. In Golden High School, the National Honor Society aims to hold before the school such motives as shall induce others to aspire to scholarly habits and lead forward in all things that shall advance the welfare of the school. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Fllllfz T--" A: M is if FRONT ROW: Priscilla Holland, Louise Brennecke, Sue Sorensen, Pam Carpenter. SECOND ROW: Linda Con- zett, Rusty Keenan, Art Clark, Diane Fisher. BACK ROW: Rick Wahl, Norman Moore, Penny Frush, Mike McGinnis, Nancy Hughes and Miss Helen Fairbanks, sponsor. 71 udio-Visual Stan Acker Bob Baker Ted Pohrte jim Axtell, Bob Parent, jack Michalko, Bob Axtell, Reynard Reynolds Roger Piburn and Rick VanHorn Not Pictured: jack Baxter, jack Fisher, Rick Duran, "Let 'er roll" or "Turn it on" are terms frequently used by the members of Audio Visual Club. The members of this group give up their study halls and spend the time aiding the teachers in running the slide projector, tape record ers and overhead projectors. These boys must be ready to accept the responsibility for handling the 57000 Worth of equipment know how to run it and make minor repairs Faculty members are grateful to these club members for being "on-the- job" at the precise time they are needed and are indispensable when large groups meet for movies or news films. 72 l X X Ski Club 3 jfvgtt' WUJ L 'fi , r i ip i','fl-,AXCJVL fri-if 3 y ' Lil' n tw, iw Q1 ,li fill QM ,iq 'lu :IX ami. pk , SENIOR COUNCI 1 ix George DeGrazio 1' ig iffipiiriiiijxlixi, 1 :laik Ji il I V N W lil Mike McGinnis I I Bunny Buerger, junior Ken Palmer jim Lafferty Don Fleming, sophomore is not pictured. fir , it if ' Ski Club is an organization for students interested in skiing. Some members are just learning While others are able to take part in competition. Bus trips have been taken to the Breckenridge Festival i cl Winter Park and others are planned. A project to buy atches for each member is being undertaken this year. Mr. Lynn Nelson is sponsor. 73 gr Trident Staff Executive members of the Trident Staff plan the layout of the next school paper. Seated are jackie Lamber son and Mrs. Moore, sponsor. Standing: Paul Braly, Kathy Calmette, Stan Sons, Sandy Mclnroy, Ralph Weaver and Karen Shinbur. Gary Gaschler, Marian jackson, Larry Bergman, Linda Langley and William Spaniel scan the first copy of the Golden Trident. M. .fra-I ,,., , J, W. Zinda Young, assistant editor, types up the assignment sheets for John Boyle, Dennis Purvis, George DeGrazio and john Olin. Future Teachers Of America FRONT ROW: Dee Foss, Patsy Boss, Louise Brennecke. SECOND ROW: Doris Parks, Shiela Kelley, Christy Frost, Thumper Herr, Kathy Todd, and Marney Paddleford. BACK ROW: Michael Linderman, Iann Ohannian, Susan Fisk, joe Hammett and Rusty Keenan. Future Teachers of America is an organization with the purpose of gaining in- formation and experience about the teaching profession. One of the most interesting events this year was the lecture that Mr. Kotzen gave on the qualifications for teaching and what teaching meant to him . Dr. Baldauf also gave a lecture on l. Q., and Miss Bolitho explained testing and scoring. 75 S Dr. Boyd Baldauf merican Field Service BACK ROW: Richard I-Iomerick Judy Lewis judene Reita Clare Ryland Pam Carpenter Christy Frost Linda Conzett Dick Geib Gary Diers X Rf FRONT ROW: Nancy Hughes, james Ronzio, Exchange Student Minoru Saijo, president, john Perkins, vice-president, Louise Bren- necke and Diane Fisher. Mrs. Hugo Buerger First senior chapter president Mrs. Hal Shelton New president sf. Minoru Saijo, Erick Dahl, john Perkins, Christy Frost, Bunny Buerger and Clare Ryland at a meeting held at the Golden Savings S Loan. American Field Service is a private educational organization with chapters throughout the United States. The purpose of each chapter is to promote the international understanding through the i exchange of students. Membership is drawn from the school and community. Each chapter Wishing to bring a foreign student to attend the senior year of high school must contribute approximately S700 toward the total cost. They may also raise funds toward the cost of a student selected from his community to go abroad. Selection of AFS exchange students is based on personality and scholarship. 4 Pep Assemblies "Go Back to the Farm. " 1--13 "Home, Home, on the Homecoming Range. " "Cooma1ooma . . Toomalooma . . " which means GOLDEN NEVER LOSES TO LAKEWOOD. ,. , wgnmisill S--5, Junior "Demonaires" leading the student body in Z1 rousing song. Pep Club il K,.,....-,,T..i Treasurer, Patsy Bossg vice president, junior Weedg and secretary, Thumper Herr. Qd-lg Cf' if f' f ,Q , has 4 X flfffl . Golden High School takes pride in its Pep Club which exemplifies the true DEMON spirit. These girls not only activate the school's interest in athletic functions, but they also find time to serve the community and entertain themselves. This year a group of the Pep Club girls sang Christmas carols at the Children's Asthmatic Home and the Casa Del Rest Home. Later in the year they combined with the Band members to present a very successful school dance. This is how we decorate. Palm a M ark and Charles anne Elbon O ur Sponsors Council Members: Rita Nelson jill Gausman junior Weed Nancy Hughes Virginia Easley Christy Frost Drill Leader, Pat Hinshaw, commands the drill team during half-time ofthe Alameda game. Sound off, Demons' T b d h 1 It s been work but fun' Cheerleaders Lynne Shepard 4.4. P Toby Anderson viz WV . Demon Mascot hu Deck Kathy Todd er Judi Lewis Kay Harrison 81 HN U 02 X -QI' gil' 1 2 NV QQ Q? 7 FRONT ROW: Mr. Hafling. Don Palmer. Dick Thompson, Bob Long, Paul Grull, Rex Lawson, Vic DeMaria, Bob Anderson, Buck McPherson, Dave Beasley and john Phillips. SECOND ROW: Art Clark, Mike McGinnis, Gary Mencimer. john Derwent, jack Lawson, john Perkins, jim Norton, Tom Doyle, Bill Sarell, Ken Palmer and Robert Rice. THIRD ROW: jack Michalko. john Kreamelmeyer, Don Starbuck, Ray Willis, joe Pastore, john Huffman, Mike Reed Doug Blount, Ron Britton, Doug Sutton and Brian Cope. FOURTH ROW: jerry Ray. Brian McNeil. jerry Phillips, Darrell Wood. john Kellenbenz. Dan Gorton, Mike Hartmeister, john Hodges and Kent Hancock. BACK ROW: Gary Ballard, Norman Anderson and Willie jurney. NOT PICTURED: George DeGrazio. Mike Wheeler. Rick Adams. Tony Manchego, jim Yetzbacher and Bob Craig. Letternien's club at Golden High School is known as the "G" Club. The purpose of this popular and ever-growing club is to help make and enforce league rulings concerning ath- letes and to provide interesting and educa- tional sports entertainment for its members and the student body. Golden High School has an outstanding "G" Club of which We are all proud. OFFICERS: jack Lawson, president Buck McPherson, vice president Don Palmer, secretary Art Clark, treasurer ln addition to the officers, Demon Coun- cil has the following members shown in the back row: john Huffman Doug Blount Brian Cope Girls' Athletic Association Sponsor President Mabel BlShOP Donna Nakonieczny Vice President Karen Montgomery 4 W W .,. .,,. X 2: ., or fr N1 f , . : Q. - ' - t-EL 'ini .. ,r .2 .t sw. emzim 5' f - ' 4 7 " M, ' V ' - INT RAM URAL VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS FRONT ROW: Kathy Todd, Karen Montgomery and Donna Nakonieczny. BACK ROW: Judy Reece, Michael Linderman, Judi Lewis and Louise Brennegke, 4 eb X L A V fQQTif's T r e a s ur e r A lic e D e fl e r Tfitiiiliii P , .-34.1, '-', Secfefafv ' ' fm'ff',gsiifga - H M ari lyn Linde ll ., 'wilafiil lr 4 The Girls' Athletic Association is a group of sports-minded girls with common interests in fun and fellowship. Through a specially pre- pared intramural program, skills in such sports as Vol- leyball, basketball and softball are furthered. The end goal in the minds of those participating is Wear- ing the emblem, numeral, and letter of a true athlete. s 5 fs i ' IW M 5. i uH3 Vince Carnagan VILH jim Watters "Handstand Dismount" SH GHS GHS this Q S 5148 f in FRONT ROW: Chip Parfet, Dave Schulz, john Reed and Rick Wahl. BACK ROW: Mike McGinnis, David Krttli, Bob l-licks, Mike Albee, Vince Carnagan and Dave Arnold. Bob Hicks "Iron Cross" The Gymnastics Squad has performed at basket- ball half-times and is pre paring for entrance in 40 interscholastic competi- tion next year. "Pajama Game" This year for Golden I-Iigh School's third annual musical production, the choice Was "Pajama Game." The double cast, alternating two performances each, in- cluded ninety students. The pictures on this page were taken at one of Denver's leading pajama manufactur- ing houses, Western Art Manufacturing Company. The production was given on April 4, 5, 6, and 7. 'The Tops and the Bottoms", the dancers who tear into their "Once a year Day ' number. Jack Lawson and Bunny Buerger Mark Goodell as Sid and Cheryl Maroon cast White as Mabel discuss a Sleep Tite problem in the White cast. l i4 sm, -- French Club is open to all students Whether or not they are taking French. Its purpose is to provide interesting facts about France for its members and have an enjoyable social club. Activities have been Christmas caroling in French, din- ner With guest speakers from France, hayrack ride, candy sale, and--at the end of the year--a banquet in a French restaurant. ,Q Ernie 412444, Yi 0 If l 9,1 nil 4 Proceeds from the French Club cand sale will be 1 fi 'fe y ig! used to defray the cost of the spring banquet at a ,xi sq, French restaurnt. gf Y ,7 N IZ-'Z 'W I Pl 'fag -ii V, I.. ,. M f" 4 P V I . 1 ,9' fnjllh ,fu-11'-v 'll h 442'gjf:,2'v.p , figs, gage. ,Ava ' xfltft- FRONT ROW: Christy Frost, Kathy Calmette, Barbara Forestor, Dortheen Lewis, janet Forney, Sally Dunham, Kathy McDonald, and Janet Cathcart. BACK ROW: Pam Stephen, Pam Carpenter, Maureen I-Iarmelink, Leslie Orr, Connie Smiley, Kathy Kraut, Linda Conzett, Diane Fisher, Gretchen Hoskins, jane Albee and Mr. john- son, sponsor. NOT PICTURED: Carol Carper, Lynne johnson and Marney Paddleford. Iam FRONT ROW: Carol Carper, jane Albee, Barbara Griffing, Tom Rowell, john I-Iasler, Christy Venckus and Judy Reece. BACK ROW: Bob Stephanski, Ronald Arterburn, Herr Ulrich, Herr Papenfus, Chip Parfet, john Kellenbenz and Phil Schultz. 4' , 044949, x Fisher Crest Parfet Crest German Club at Golden Senior High seeks to develop an ap- preciation for the German language and German culture. Meetings are generally informal singing sessions with some attention given to new phases which will be of value to anyone planning to visit Germany, Austria or Switzerland. The Christmas program is the highlight of the club's year. A cookie-laden Tannenhaum and apple cider provide refreshment for this December meeting. Members design family crests, two of which are illustrated. Gifruln 'fispnini 'V ' 1 -2 1534. .. .A L .L,. 2 ,kL,7 1, 1, , f ' 13.9-:ff N V "" 1?-C ,gay sm... ,,,, .. -- - , , M N . 'f:'3f.4.'Qa if fflfflfff. ""' H V2 Jtxipfmsi-5i'i-i. as " Q, - ' Ray Ewing, Sponsor Shiela Kelley Susan Fisk president vice president Students in second, third, and fourth year Spanish classes have initiated a new club this year. The purpose is to learn more about Spanish culture. The club brings members to- gether socially and gives them practice in speaking the language. The club has been high- ly successful with their International Day exhibit Q X at Mines and a Christmas party. They also saw jose Greco at the Denver Auditorium. Colors are red, White, and green, the colors of the Mexican flag. De Ann Mclviahan Roxy Starks correspondent secretary -treasurer SEA TED: Pam Carpenter, De Ann McMahan, Stephanie Young, Charlene jackson and Nancy Fischer. BACK ROW: Roxy Starks, Dan McClelland, Rita Bolitho, Susan Fisk, Jim Seewald, Doris Park, Fred Mares, Gretchen Hoskins, lann Ohanian, Ed Miller, Mr. Ewing, sponsor, and Shiela Kelley. Junior Classical League JCL members convenant to hand on the torch of Classical Civilization to the modern World. They be- lieve an acquaintance with the civilization of Greece and Rome will help them to understand and appraise this world of today which is indebted to ancient civilization in its governm ents, laws, arts, literatures, and lan- guages. fit? , Lili , "a.ea,,r.,'N A 1 si W . , J XX, , ., . , i w s 1, K in ll. 1 af '-.v L. . Q.. x Cheryl Wright ...... Secretary Priscilla Holland . . . President Linda Conzett ...... Treasurer f I li N. A ig till lil 9 'Y 'Q Jcu. 0 go po EN co L09 FRONT ROW: Donna Chadwick, Cheryl Wright, Pam Webster, Shirley Greenfield, Mary ,Ann Keener, Priscilla Holland, Linda Conzett and Miss Priest, sponsor. BACK ROW: William Spaniel, Russell Leavitt, lim Gotta, Emery Bator, Larry Davis, Truman King and Nancy Hughes. 89 Library Club FRONT ROW: joy Ziemann, Martishia O'Neil, Toni Findlay, Pat Hinshaw, Karen Pedigo, Lynn johnson, Pam Erick, Mrs. Coon. BACK ROW: Janet Cathcart, Marcelene Stewart, John Hasler, Sharon Van Tongeren, and Norman Skougstad. The Golden High School library has become one of the finest high school libraries in jefferson County through the efforts of Mrs. Robert Coon. She has been at GHS for two years during which time she has added two new sets of encyclopedias, 532 new books, and nine magazine subscriptions . With the resources available, our library has become a true Center of learning. X! Christa Lowe Coon, Librarian. 90 Key Club FRONT ROW: Rick Adams, Dave Barnhardt, Charles Palmer, Dick Geib, and james Ronzio, MIDDLE ROW: Rusty Keenan, Art Clark, Tim Doyle, Rex Lawson, Buck McPherson, jack Lawson, Vic DeMaria, john Perkins, john Phillips, Don Palmer and Minoru Saijo. BACK ROW: Mr. Papenfus, sponsor, Conrad Clark, Richard I-Iomerick, Ray Willis, Chip Parfet, Darrell Wood, Mark Goodell, B111 Lacey, Jerry Phillips, jon Kreamelmeyer, Don Fleming, Doug Blount, Pat Geehan, Jerry Pickthall, Norman Anderson, Steve Levulett, Loren Hunter, Doug Sutton and Bill Sarell. Golden Kiwanis sponsors Key Club which is a student organization open to sophomore, junior and senior boys. They were very instrumental in bringing a foreign student, Minoru Saijo, to GHS the past year. This year they have provided benches near the cafeteria, so Waiting students may study or A leave their books While eating. Key Club considers itself a service club which provides useful services to both school and community. 1:3 OFFICERS: Rick Adams, Sergeant-at-Arms Dave Barnhard, Treasurer Charles Palmer, Secretary Dick Geib, Vice-President James Ronzio, President 'iw' Those who do not make "first string" in competitive sports, have the opportunity to par- ticipate in intramurals. My I Sh-Nw, A ', A La 33 N M,- 3. Ha we The door to physical fitness, " Physica 5 ei as ,- i A ' A, sf , Coach Booton shows how its done. Students are Q eager to learn. 92 iducation Rope climbing is only one of the many skills in which girls taking physical educa- tion are tested. Each girl takes skill tests in both team and individual sports. Twice a year the AAHPER CAmerican Asso- ciation for Health, Physical Education and Recreationj tests are given. These seven tests are then compared with national, county, and school scores. One of the special pro- jects of GHS is the training of girls to become basket- ball officials. Those who receive an intramural or associate rating may offi- ciate in whatever school they enroll. One of the most popular activities is the gymnastic program. Trampolining, parallel bars, the horse, stall bars, balance beam, and springboard require a great deal of skill and give a great deal of satisfaction to many girls. n . mmrs. . , -- ,?,,,,l.,, , -?m,f1...,.s. .','w,.g,1-ffQ.51f -. A. :g .p. Lp., ,.,,.. Q 1 .ii' The intramural pro gram is an important phase of girls' physi- cal education. Three days a week after school, much school spirit between the classes in the various Sports is shown. The Seniors are always the top contenders in any sport. Yearbook Staff Q 5 Mrs. Freda Reitz Sponsor Sophomore photographer Mike Gentry getting a shot of Junior members Caren Rivers, Leslie Orr, jo and Joy Morrow. "NEED WE SAY MORE?" .r-"""""'M.4M-Mdwvvvg if ,-fag "rr,-lr, SENIOR MEMBERS: Ted Pohrte, Rick Wahl, Connie Hardendorf, Pat Seratt, junior Weed, Charlene Good. Co-editors Nancy Hughes and Sue Sorensen. Not pictured: Norman Skougstad and Judene Reitz. 94 rf? ia, JL 1 U U . xml 0' , n Q ACL! 7 I my I : . ' 1 I WY, X, if U! My A L,,, XV J 2 . It 21 Y-1,54 ,fm CJ 1 lf . ,VIL WJ I A n ,,,.. V 'S f' , 1,1 i A A .Q , 9 :V.?V TREASURER . A ' J u n . A' i-q T B is . . , Ai . . C I 21 SS ew A if' A or yr PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT g I Doug Blount Tom Bator i'A I, . A -. . 5 E, 'J X, X J 'IX ,1 ! E61 5 ,551 'Mr L? 3' WW X I , ' ,, . W v, .. A A . , V X 5 1k sq, 1 1 Qflfff fdr fi gla? fx? .4 flllaf. ml . . 2 1? Q , 1 xr M . fx White Michael Albee Trudy Allen Norman Anderson Susan Anderson Ray Andrews Karen Armstrong Ronald Arterburn Paul Asmus jim Axtell Robert Baker Fred Ann Barley Charles jack Baxter Claire Biggs Marianne Bandlmere Judy Bartosh Paul Braly Doris Bravo Bishop Chrlssle Blake slee jim Boling 96 Ronald Bltze r Britton Merilyn Campbell Vincent Carnagan Charles Casper Terry Cass Carol Caudron Cheryl Christian Conrad Clark Brian Cope june Davidson Lawrence Davis ' fill 2 i sf " vm' ., ,L Walter Brown 1 M .fi Gordon Bryson Buerger Calmett is' AQ? gi 5 , 2 X ca! Egg ,. 4? aaa 55 - - 521.0 affair ' f I L, iv? 'wus 7 ' iff: 2141 i ' ' I"f2sf.5'2,2gF,k9-ffgfiifi 144573533 Warn-2534: f ?132fl':1lef'33!JfSff Neil Dean Albert DeBoer Alice Defler Elililbeth Roland Dike janet Dillingham Diane Denton Dinkmeyer Larry Dodd ps., A v'9"'4 f X 3 5 F? I .. L :gf Gary Diers Virginia Easley XM' Robert Joyce Eaton Conrad Ferguson james Toni Eckstein Dan Ethridge Donna Eyster Pam Ferrell Findley jack Fischer Sue Fisher Susan Fisk Flansburg Ted Foster fb eq-s 'QZZIIHI PM' 193 '4"'f'7'f' f -f-w s: f or r J 7 im ? to it -K cs s F X' ir r ii 5 iff? if 3 Linda Fozzard Christy Frost Glenda Gamarra Kathy Gaschler Dick Geib Kathy Goodrich Dan Gorton Carol Hall Judy Hall David Hamilton joe Hammett Sylvia Harris H':-.null . 1, if am, 98 EVEN moss oNLYr2.-1, am 4 A! Mike Hartme ister Norma Hollis f.-' 353: Tfsljw I if L I asvfifwIfN'SA'feX1w+2Wxf:Qwrswgaa11f':w,.wgw MW, ,is ,..N r ,b,L my ,.W, L,m,,mf rfb my gif if ,-ig,,wi,im1mmrag,rfizwvy-is gsmwe,5g,,f,,-smwi H ,,.., .,.,,, , ,. Ria, . :- xiii? i I . Q . - v,,: K .., ,,. A . , , , v, , . ,,., E Q' In f . 4 if Q , an JH Mali., I ry V k a-as 3 : """'w1-up 5' In : , , ff Q. f V, -W.. T . -as ,f-we! . "vim . nga , 5' ,nil Ni fs.. J .- 'fb-... Barbara Helps Richard Homerick Q- 1, 63" J ,, ,nj N 'F ,'V 5 N' i X-f . 5515 ' is giig: , filer. Erne st Henninger Karen Hosick X ""' 2 2 5, ' :SY f V uw- f, xxw Bob Hicks Roseanne Hoskins Carl Hodkinson Ken Hottinger FE? :Saw is- A I .L . .-1 , FF .yvwfg . ,T r, :Ei alla ,Y gg, L! Loren Hunter ' " ,,.., V- if V Kathy Hurley 1 ' ' g i g . Willard Hyatt V .. I ig 'H " " Marian jackson f 3' rl JOl'1I1 JELYCOX Gary lessen -, :V Willy jurney I ":: ':': '- , Dennis Kapke , y rrai ., I .'-. 1: 4 s --',, ' , R ' Q v , " .. gags M y 5, 72 W." s',, 5 ' ' john Kellenbenz MMM! 3 l Q9 s arsi ii lri J ss,-' 5 A ' Dan Hollaus john Huffman 1 wa .5 5 'R 5 X K YN fl y ,- l,.Xg ,sr ' W' f . Q If ' lalay A fsflgifa asm 71.15 I fx gy A .ff his -if fl ' I Tia " -613,2 fm.. 1-3533 Both knowledge and bewilderment are evident in Miss Walsh's English class. 4 Shiela Kelley Chris Kermiet john Kerr Truman King Don Korosec Cynthia Kotwica David Krattli Arleta Kurtz Victor Lang Dennis Larkey Marilyn Lindell Steve Lodholm l gs 151 2 : ' 1 2 Sf M Q 1 M 'ia Q' E .P 'WK 1 af ,X i - ,325 .Q , ,K Q AS' as Q 1' f " R52 - . , X. W F, , N .,, ff , flu-f fm , imffxw-,'h L: wgeszg, " MW?-Mwfi-aM....,.,,., if Q 3 as M an . . S 1 5,5 14 F I , we we 143532 Q5-H " .fr 'Tin -I v - fi ' C, K. ,, S?iwwMfS ' 2 W IfW 155' Chris Lubahn Alex 'MacGil1 Pat Mattox David McGir1 john Meislahn Steve Meyers Shirley Mick Cathy Miller Ron Moerbe jamie Mohr -:..,..:- T 5. . s 1, S K we-fw 5 Q2m?Mlf5,i25?r xl I r fi " " ' E, 22 ,gwggr I t Q ,sa ss L ,Q wr 'L ff 91535 ms ,rr 4- Q W f W3 , f ui 5 s , T 3 f , N Robert Parent Chip Parfet r refw thru , . ? In 4 fi +31 gi ,:, L, W , Doris Park Music Makers, junior Grade. Pat Morgan jo Morrow joy Morrow Brian Murphy Ellen Naas jerry Neal Don Nelson Janice Nelson Judy Nelson Diane Nichols Bonnie North Pat Nunn Iann Ohanian Leslie Orr Mary Ortega Charles Palmer " V f 1:E"T joe Pa store Judy Phillips Kathy Payne jerry Pickthall Linda Paynter Dan Peterson Lyla Plantz Margo Plummer Marlys Phegley Mary Plummer ,W ' Vi A nm 'ie ii? ,ff .Se X 5' S. Tx 5flw3x Qziigxi ,, 18' J 10.5. 'b V i o eeyyye far WPT? :emi or Z: 'L ' P A X ff 'ri ilggsw 55 W 4 r V Highs fs waht? Q52 Y flgwgrr. 1 4 U g 15 ,: U, -g ff M. , f 59 M . Q f5."3V"WZ2 -M4 40110- ",,,-s-. Q: Diane Poolman Sandy Rambo Mike Reed Robert Rice Caren Rivers David Roberts Ray Roberts Allen Romero john Rumbaugh Danetta Rutherford Clare Ryland Larry Sackett Carla Phillips Iohn Polhamus K , , s W, an - A an vs. K eo' 'mi wr x x 5 Q Q -1 4 5-sa'-F4 4 I LQ 4 ' in :fc u..-d Sandy Salzman Peggy Siefkin Virginia Sanders Patsy Small Ji 1- S ' W :,2 I Sfn .. It a t t,,-i2 I f , 'fi 16 . it Sharon Stehle Pam Stephen Elizabeth Suggs Doug Sutton Patricia Taylor Mary Thompson Gary Todd Diane Tura Bruce Vanderstowe Lynn Van Horn Pat Van Horn Kristy Venckus Steve Scheiding Vickie Smith L Yy, :I W g ggg y W I Bob Schoech Stanley Sons tv 2 S1 1 514 Earl I Phil Schulz Schwartzkopf William Spaniel Phil Starbuck .W-. , t L51 z It ,. , Q s ., .wma 'VE , A Q if W , Q ,xx X. . . 4. 2, .ff s . 3 , . 15 . wif f .. 1W.'m ' M 1' 2 .ci Qk akfng' ,P 5,325 ' .25-'95.?? 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A 4Pw1Ef'1w:- : .'E f 4--, - 1 :.'1,'z,ss: Q W , " ' W' in R oss A rnold S cott Arnold Arlene Averm an N ancy A vis R ob ert A xte 11 Corliss Ayler Max Ball Dianne Baltes S am Bandimere john Bartelmay M artha Barnhardt Linda Bartosh Mike B artosh A ndre a Batten Robert B ator Di Tucker TREASURER Connie Ahern Sophomore X v 95? ,h up J W 2 . G ary A ddi ngton Don A nderson iff 1, ww w,w,,,1W, wx. 1,-U ,, f CI Kay Anderson V . .,,A-Wwggezffwyfx,my ,,4zs-199. ,, 4 V' fy JFS e L ,ff Q , R uth Ann and VICE PRESIDENT D ave Arnold ' -ZVBI ,Ei 11': 5 ',f' :-2 on ' A .f-"np 1 A e ,A ,AQ 5 I, : "!-4 ' n . . ,, .6 ,gawk WTI T 5, : 312 1422? fe 411659 ,wr -'us wwf Lf- ww if 105 W his X ,. k"k' 2,,f1e,fe,'fms1 zioziszg - Wrrfl 224251 'W' , 1.1 WQQSZZ' 1-7 . , a..:-:Q.-gx:- mfg, ,117 .--., , - 1-,QA X Li ifixllwil, .: m W smwl - - - ES .Q - . ree ,, ?ggm5,g?fhW, f I 1a1f,,,,1U 1,3 viii ww aww . o, X,.,,,g,,,,,, ,, ,. , ..,, W rx, .rV,,. ,x,. , 11, fm, f MFE! 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N Y f ' X' X525 ff XXXiX2i! 4"ffW+X,i3t'Lwif.X Sophomore Week antics. 109 ,X ' XPSXXEXT X155 gig X539 ,Qi Q X X X. ,, X x su- if Y A X5 If-fy 35, X-XXX Xt X .5 XXX 1 XX 'Q X-L1 ' X X QS E X 3' X .Xg-X S Xi X XXS w H We 3X 2 ,P X Q 5 XX ,,XX:gi'g1, Karrie I-Iowery John Hoyt john I-Irouda Phillip Huffman Hillary Hutson Ron Hyatt Pam jacks Charlene jackson Dan jackson Ruth jackson Richard jahrig Cherie jenkins R andy Iessen Chet Johnston Dawn jones XX XX ' .Xw -1 fi? . -- K I is X X X g EQ X f X Q XXXN 15 XXQXXX ,Q Q TX fir X55 ' nf. Q g X XXRPY X...,XXvg-mX,X., ,.l.m,.X,XXmXXXXXXXXXXw - ef Zig-., n,.. 3 ig 51 L. 1 was .f , 1:5 . 14:1 r.g,,. - PL, nf fx sp mg r 5-15 :ag :iz .f,- 2,- .H ,.. Q 51 , . .W .?...a . gg, 14,1 tg-:S M385 .ss 555342123593 5. wg 5245. . J if K 'X L" 'ikilfifii i35f55?gm 5 gEgfg fr 5 If T H: fffflii? .55f?flS?5FfiI - fr ls, My ' ftzyibisfrlfziw 1 ,U r , T kr: 5291? , lik, LA ,,.. 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'Kalki H435 15' Efflwffm. 1. . if- V 5 f sa' if Hp..-uw ff. 5' X s ' K 4 A , :fi ' - ufyzgs, iufavf' 7 Q- , rv!! Willis Webber Craig Windbigler .- r- 5 . ' T, mi J yrrs 5 W ahh-L 2' K 'V+ aun- , :VPN , , ? is IQ H S 3 4 Sa 5 is fm We T 39 gm , , :.-i gli.: '- .. 2 an fiffirf i we xg I' f 3 'S' 3 i 'Q'-455 xi M laswill . A .f X52 ' Tim Swanson joe Swearingen Sharon T asker Karen Thompson Erik Thygesen Janice Todd Sherry Tubbs Max Tunis Sandra Turner jim Van I-looser Rick Van Horn Mike Van Winkle Mike Wade Beverly Wamboldt Gary Watt ,:i!i' sf, I+' ew ,- M X -- S S S S y by rS S f r r A '.... rf' W S W si 1 ,r'- ' SLTTS so T S, W , A Sdd, r . ,. ' r E zqu Q I Pamela Webster Ken W'hite Pat Vlfhiting john Wiley Linda Williford Darrel Wood Cheryl Wright james Wright David Wycoff Brenda Yarbrough Darrell Yarbrough jan Youberg Hersey Young joel Zabaido Pat Ziegler " app W. Q . wgjfcs ,his Q ,Q ,srl iv . 3' fu-ur, in yyw V 2 . if 1' f M-1 f 1 'V Ji 5 4 I I 4 'QQ O K x Ai., The COUNTRY STORE COLORADO RAILROAD MUSEUM Loci-lgcgfiatwlilflgotiligtain :Iron Horse ,, MOTEL Picnic Supplies Groceries "C-olden's Unique Historical Attraction Ski Snacks Plain and Fancy Open all year until dark +-4: Qimczof W. i l Ox I--Q 5' H 7 lui: -'K 1:5 iTAi.1nNFooD5 H0322 . E 9 Z' 4 .U I ' .1 . 450 If IQIII. ..' l n A SENA'S PIZZE RIA Congratulations Class of '63 THE COLONIAL STUDIO 809 Twelfth Street Golden, Colorado ef X . , ,A , 1 , Rick Adams read so much about the bad effects LQ! of drinking that he decided to give up reading. Q . 4"" A M, ,fumes Iglojwx 2 Z ":" 2 Neighbor: "Do you think your son will forget I HVfN55 HND 105W f755UL7,qm7Af- everything he learned in high school?" " ' Parent: "I hope so, He can't make a living P. O. BOX 69l necking- " 701 I3th STREET ., GOLDENICOLORKO ST L in cornea y THE' FIRST NATIONAL BANK LN GOLDEN V393 Iacksbllsifblt ' Gdldtn , Colorido Cacsvfco 44 5 55 nnual Signing Part jack and Kathy, one of the many couples attend- ing the annual signing party. Pat Taylor putting a plastic cover on her annual under the watchful eyes of Mrs. Reitz. Minoru signs Sue's yearbook with his signa ture in japanese. Approximately 250 students attended the annual signing on May 29. The "End. " "Pigeon Toes." 1 11" W4 Lynette Shepard as Babe and jack Lawson as Sid. "Married life is lots of fun. Two can sleep as cheap as one. " 'fi . Liam if Pajama Game Earl Schwartzkopf as I-linzie Clare Ryland as Gladys. "Now I trust her night and day, That's true love the Sleep Tite way, " Director Stan Kotzen point- ing the way to success. if E X , 2 , .., Approximately ninety students participated in the production which was staged onApril 4, 5, 6 and 7. 155' X me .,,, ' ,.., LV, K 1, Mark Goodell as Sid is solving a problem with the Grievance Committee. Babe was played by Vickie Reeves in the White Cast. Mike Wheeler as Vernon Hines con- fers with boss I-Iasler. jill Decker as Gladys gets in- structions from boss Hasler played ger out of her sight. ,gm Time study man, Mike Wheeler, is keeping watch over factory workers Judy Nelson and Christy Frost. "Hurry up, girls, I'Ve got my stop watch on you. " f2,.'5,f" 7:fE"ll l,-'4 'i,i'JJA- A 'F 'I by james Ronzio not to let the led- l Baseball Team BACK ROW: Coach Steinke, Bill Angus, Gary Diers, Bob Rice, Ray Stolpa, Mark Goodell, Paul Braly, Todd Lowther, Rick Adams, Rex Lawson and Coach Kotzen. FRONT ROW Bob Parent, Manager, Minoru Saijork, Ron Brown, Van Bullock, Bob Richards, Darrell Wood, Paul Grull, john Phillips, Ray Willis and Steve Lodholm, Manager. PFMinoru, our foreign exchange student, played second and third base, hit 289, scored five runs and two runs were batted in. Bill Angus First Baseman IV ' I , N lv ,wr : M ,,. . -- V .,,, K ff Q, A .,.: ' -5 ,ii 3 4 . fa m .. , I 1 f it , - 41' Gary Diers Pitcher Rick Adams Catcher ,-f 1 f--M Q Van Bullock Outfielder Rex Lawson ,L, ' Sl'1OI't Stop if All-Conference aber 'Uma va qwftviggaqw Paul Grull Pitcher Suburban A ll Stars Bob Rice Second Baseman gr..-"' 5 V Darrell Wood Outfielder , M ,im Track and Field K at -, ,L., ,F f-wfszzgfff :wfiffifzs - ' i +2 A + 3 1 T 5511- FW? :W-V1-s Ev "f'- 953' fQE'?A' ' -:Ez Li- 5 fi 2 l'F73ii?A- '- FEM ,, ,As P "if I A 'lil' 'L P A . 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AA A A. ,: A A A ,M V , ,A,,,, A, A, A ws, Vega tblfrf' 'iii "AS5ff55'?aA, U 5-v3w?v5VQWA in-gf1-Ag'Avi-VV:3'5?2?HeifA3,aifwfeElf'A il?fA-,,gSi1AT,j,' -'gfifiv ,X-V agp!-gi 'fggwfgiu -V jj::,,,g5,AQ5:, - A5-fe , k i , aH ?a ,Ai Aft:w-fieaails-"h afaw,sfaa:a?wimEA fiwff ,, ,AA y,-ity, V-V, -2,354 , Q BACK ROW: Coach Booton, Coach Hafling, Coach Jewell, Bob Stefanski, Steve Hatchell, Mike Harden, john Rumbaugh, Carl I-Iodkinson, joe Hammett, Howard Prouty, Greg Parker, Jack Michalko, Dick Gieb, jack Fisher fmanagery. MIDDLE ROW: jim Wright, Jon Kreamelmeyer, Larry Sackett, John Kellenbenz, Buck Mc- Pherson, Doug Blount, Phil Huffman, Norman Moore, Chip Parfet, Bob Stechert, Truman King, Scott Arnold, Darell Yarbrough, Doug Sutton, john Blaue. FRONT ROW: Mike Kolin, john Colvin, jerry Phillips, Mike Wheeler, Charles Casper, John Huffman, Bob Anderson, Brian Copevk, Dan Gorton, Don Starbuck, 44 Bill Sarell, joe Pastore, Don Anderson, 'lf Joe DeBoer, Craig Windbigler. 'krepresented GI-IS at the state track meet. Don Starbuck and Charles Casper at the Manual Dual Meet, March 30 Track Queen Nancy Hughes is ,Ax Brian Cope, Cap- tain of .the Track Team Cutstanding Demons Under the direction of Al Perrella the Golden High woodworking class placed first of some 40 schools in the state Industrial Arts Fair. Above are pictured Don Palmer, jack Law- son, john Derwent, John Perkins, and Harold Stahl. These seniors were the core of the industrial arts department. After deciding at the beginning of the year to take first in the state, they Worked to ac- complish that goal. At the fair the projects of Fred Ban- dimer, Charles Casper, john Der- went, Gary lessen, Mike McGuire, and Paul Rice won superior ratings, and the projects of Rick Adams, Ken Hottinger, David McGirl, john Per- kins, and joe Shirey were rated as excellent. At the state ICL Convention contests are held in various areas of classical study. jim Gotta placed first in Grammar II and was first among all gram- mar contestants of any level. Linda Conzett achieved first in Advanced Level Vocabulary and was second among all contestants. Larry Davis was second in Ad- vanced Level Derivatives and second of all contestants. Nancy Hughes placed first in the Poster contest. William Spaniel was first in Roman Life Il and first among all contestants. Diana Rossman, Kristy Venckus, Mary Lou Mayo, and Rita Bolitho were honored at a banquet at the Continental Denver for having achieved perfect scores on two NOMA spelling and math tests. W. ,A-. Af 3 1 Senior members of the National Honor Society at the 1963 installation ceremony. ii The 1963 initiates of the National Honor Society: john Phillips, Rex Lawson, james Ronzio, john Perkins, Charles Casper, Bob Anderson, Bob Parent, Ken Aggus, Chris Kermiet, john Tweto, Rita Bolitho, Kristy Venckus, Kathy Payne, jane Albee, Larry Davis, Diana Rossman, Doug Sutton, Christy Frost, Nancy Easley, DeAnn McMahan, Judi Lewis, Doug Blount, Cheryl White, Lance Willard, Lana Granquist, Dennis Sullivan, Kathy Todd, Sandy Mclnroy. Linda Conzett, Diane Fisher, Rusty Keenan, Penny Frush, Pris- cilla I-Iolland, and Mike McGinnis fnot shownj participated in an in- dependent study program this year. aug.: As part of their school schedule, these students did independent reading and research and took var- ious field trips rather than attending all regular classes. Dennis Sullivan participated in the annual All- State Band on the campus of Colorado State Col- lege, Greeley. Dennis was selected by audition from some 400 trumpet players throughout the state and ranked seventh of the 25 trumpet players in All-State Band. f' Rae Ann Bromfield and John Fodor, who play the violin, were selected by state-wide audi- tion to participate in All-State Orchestra at the University of Colorado. This is a highly select group, and to be chosen as sophomores is quite an honor. john served as one of the concertmasters for the orchestra. Joel Merrin, Elaine Oppenlander, and Dennis Sullivan were selected to participate in a clinic band at Gunnison. Minoru Saijo, Richard Wahl, and Dave McCoy made the top three scores on the 1963 Annual Math- ematics Contest. Minoru achieved the highest score, Dave was second, and Rick third. The composite score of these three was sent in as a team score to compare with other high schools. Golden ranked 30th among 125 high schools in Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah. sift Mike McGinnis, Cynthia Kotwica, 1 K I Q 3 2 V 1 :w.:zg:..U1g: N' 'z "zu: .i A :T,"'..k'a ff f,1 .4 r 1 la 3 , 3 W . 7155, V ,M ' 'Ll YE? I : 8 ,. M L,,, f 1,, , . ,LW W P 2,1'2, K ew: 8 Vg, ' 2 N1 E 1' QLm'A E., j , , ? sua , 1- 12 WQP' , gy 7 . n..i 4:-q lsz v QQ' V W Vmiw, -L L i sig - Ifiwgwf 2 ':,'::f. QW fY5'f!'l5 3 W Q 1 my S 63 Prom fs 'K Maria Lewis Attendant Queen Judy Lewis Mike Reed, Charlie Casper, and john Huffman acted as escorts for the queen and her attendants during the 1963 junior- Senior Prom, "Song of India", held in the school gymnasium on May 4. S aa Lynn Shepard ' Attendant Award Scholarship, Col- Scholarships and Michael McGinnis-- Yale Financial Grant, Pamela Carpenter-- Golden Library Assn. Scholarship, Honors Gates Scholarship, Yale University. Richard Wahl--Boet- tcher Scholarship, Nat- ional Merit Scholarship fhon. J University of Colorado. at Entrance Certifi- cate, Colorado Col- lege. Victor DeMaria- -Mines Resident Scholarship NMSC Certificate of Diane Fisher- -joint Honor Scholarship, Wendell Plummer A - ward Watch, Univer- sity of Colorado. Penelope Frush--Joint Honor Scholarship, George Duvall Watch, University of Colorado. Merit Colorado School A --f- of Mines. -1 A . 3, . . ,p,, Louise Brennecke--CSC Rex Lawson, Jr. --CSC Scholarship, Colorado Waiver of Tuition, Col - State College. orado State College. Sidonya Herr--Golden P-TA Grant Presbyteri Hospital School of 2111 Nursing. R janet Cathc art - -N at - ional Merit Scholar- ship, Letter of ita Bolitho - -Lakewood Rotary Scholarship, lforetto Heights College. Commendation, Uni- versity of Colorado. jane Albee--Trinidad Honor Scholarship, Trinidad State junior College. Arthur Clark- -joint Honor Scholarship, NMSC Letter of Com- mendation, Colorado School of Mines. Awards Russell Keenan--Mines orado School of Mines. Linda Conzett--Regents Scholarship, Golden JCL Scholarship, Uni- versity of Colorado. Priscilla Holland - -joint Honor Scholarship, Uni- versity of Colorado. Dennis Sullivan- -Bertha Campbell Scholarship, University of Colorado. Suzan Sorensen--CSC Scholarship, Colorado State Scholarship. Janet Taylor--Golden P-TA Grant, Central John Tweto- -Joint . Honor Scholarship, Busmess College' Colorado S chool of Mines. XII William Sarell--Gol- den Savings and Loan Award, Good Citizen- ship Award, Iowa State College. Nancy Hughes--DAR Good Citizenship Award, University of Colorado. Elections ul NEWLY ELECTED STUDENT BODY OFFICERS Shiela Kelley, Secretary-treasurer, Gary Diers, Boys' vice president, Christy Frost, Girls' vice president and Dick Geib, president. xnxx.,-.uh I' thgaus. .M flat .nl , sinsml Mr. Elliott tabulating student election votes. Prexy Bill Sarell demonstrating the voting machine. XIII '63 -'64 CHEERLEADERS BACK ROW: Barbara Helps Kristy Venckus K athy H auf f FRONT ROW: Kathy Hurley Peggy Siefken f ' I' 6 4- 1 I ""4fn I X K ' ""7f , -1 X x ., ' I , m 5 inl' I 4 R V - .. Senior Banquet x We laughed and cried when Maria and Dave reminded us of those great Senior days. -41. jill and Pul recall our Sophomore days. Our junior year came to life with the help of Pris and Bill. WI 5' "The Chance11ors", George, Dave, and Charlie, jazzed up th evening with a bit of rock 'n roll. XIV El E is twig? "I could have danced Art Clark, Are you sure tlfus slurt has a 14 112 neck?" Sales Clerk Yes sn' but you have your neck in the buttonhole. " GOLDEN MOTORS, INC. 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AVAVXI , ,W I riff- X inf' 1 ' !,-:- '. A! I7 X My N, A M if X rf My ,fr ,gf L 'A l jf, 'I Mk ri ' , 1-4' rj , W1 Ax ' X pair, Nj Af , qmfwidi V ,ff ff' vm .Af qw Ulm F' My , fir' Vx f' pw Q ff .7 I i ' A QI ZH!! ,J Ai, XJR all :INV X YV 3,4 fT I ' A' 'V V pr W I r 2 11,-nf W A 'rv 4 gf, X f ,, 4, f .X W7 Senior Director WILLIAM STANLEY ACKER--Boys' Club. RICK ADAMS--Key Club 10, 11, 125 "G" Club 10. 11, 125 All-Conference Football 10, 115 Baseball 10. KENNETH JOE AGGUS--Pioneers for Christ 10, 11, 125 President PFC 125 Choir 10,11,125 Golf Team 11. TRUDY AGNEW--Office Girl 12. ALMARINE JANE ALBEE--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Junior Classical League 115 Entre Nous 11, 125 Entre Nous Officer 12. QNot Picturedj SHARON LEE ALDEN--Pep Club 10. BETTY LAVONNE ALEXANDER--Girls' Club. ROBERT CAMPBELL ANDERSON--"G" Club 10, 11, 125 Student Council 115 Basketball Letterman 11, 125 Track Letterman 10511, 12. WILLIAM KERR ANGUS--Baseball "B" 115 Base- bg-.11 "A" 11,12. JANET LOUISE BAKER--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 GAA 10, 11, 125 Bowling Captain 115 Office Girl 12. GARY LEE BALLARD--"G" Club 10, 11, 12. fNot Picturedj DAVID EUGENE BARNI-IARDT--Key Club 10, 11, 125 Key Club Treasurer 125 Student Council 125 All-State Choir 125 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Canteen Board 12, ROBERT LEROY BARRETT--Football 10, 115 Wrestling 10, 11. DAVE BEASLEY--Football 10, 115 Wrestling Letter- man 10,11,125 "G" Club 10, 11,125 Student Coun- cil 125 Boys' Vice-President 12. LARRY RAYMOND BERGMAN--Wrestling 105 Football 105 Sports Editor Trident 115 Trident Editor 12. LARRY DAVID BLACKIMAN--Boys' Club. LARITA LEE BOLITHO--Pep Club 10, 115 Junior Classical League 10, 115 GAA 105 Spanish Club 12. PATSY ILENE BOSS--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Planning Committee 10, 11, 125 Pep Club Treasurer 125 Prom Committee 115 Office Girl 125 Future Teachers of America 12. JOI-LN ROBERT BOYLE--Boys' Club. PETER JAMES BRALY--Boys' Club. LOUISE BRENNECKE--GAA 10, 125 Future Teachers of America 11, 125 Pep Club 10,11,125 Student Council 10, 11, 125 Girls' Vice-President 125 American Field Service 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 National Honor Society 11, 125 Academic Achievement 10. ROBERT MICHAEL BUFFUM--Boys' Club. 124 BARBARA FRANCES BURDICK--Pep Club 10, 115 GAA 10, 115 Office Girl 12. SUSAN MARIE BURIQZ--Girls' Club. fNot Pic- turedJ KATHY CECILE CALMETTE--Pep Club 10, 115 Chorus 125 French Club 125 Debate Team 12. ALICE CAPARELLA--Girls' Club. PAMELA ANNE CARPENTER--Pep Club 10, 115 French Club 11, 125 French Club President 125 Spanish Club 125 German Club 115 Graduation Usherette 115 American Field Service 11, 125 De- bate Team 125 Girls' State 11. CAROL LYNN CARPER--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Graduation Usherette 115 German Club 115 French Club 125 GAA 115 Annual Staff 115 Chorus 115 Prom Committee 11. JANET LEE CATHCART--Pep Club 10, 115 French Club 11, 125 French Club Treasurer 115 All-State Choir 125 Melodears 115 Double Octette 12. ARTHUR FRANKLIN CLARK--Student Council 105 "G" Club 10511, 125 "G" Club Treasurer 125 Band 105 Ski Club 11, 125 Wrestling 10,11,125 Math Club 12. fNot Picturedj BARBARA ELLEN CLARK--Girls' Clubg Pep Club 105 FTA 105 Secretary of Junior Class fSummitJ High School. J , 4 DEBERA LEE COLEMAN--Pep Club 10, lli, 125 Gymnastics 115 Graduation Usherette 115 Drill Team 10, 115 Prom Committee 11. LINDA GENE CONZETT--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 American Field Service 11, 125 Junior Classical League 10,11, 125 JCL Treasurer 11,125 French Club 125 Academic Achievement 10, 115 National Honor Society 11, 125 Graduation Usherette 115 Prom Committee 115 Girls' State Alternate. BOB DEAN CRAIG--Treasurer of Sophomore Classg "G" Club 10511, 125 Key Club 1O,11,125 Football 105 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Track Letter 105 Junior Class President5 Key Club Vice-Presi- dent 12. JERRY ALAN DALE--Boys' Club. 1osEPHJo1-IN DEBOER--Track 10, 12. JILL LYNETTE DECKER--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Cheerleader 125 Drill Team 115 Melodears 115 Choir President 115 GAA 10, 125 Homecoming Queen Attendant 125 Graduation Usherette 115 Prom Committee 11. ALFRED ARMAND DEFEO--Wrestling 10511, 125 Chorus 12. GEORGE E. DEGRAZIO--Football 10, 11, 125 Bas- ketball 1O, 115 Ski Club 11, 125 Audio Visual 115 "G" Club 125 Prom Committee 11. VICTOR WILLIAM DEMARIA--Football 10, 11, 12 Letterman 11, 125 Baseball 115 Key Club 125 "G" Club 11, 125 Math Club 10. S DONALD GLEN DENNIS--Wrestling 10, Tennis 10. fNot Picturedj JOHN ROBERT DERWENT--Football 10, 11, 12, "G" Club 11, 12, Baseball 11. JUANITA DINE - -Girls' Club. JANICE KAY DORSEY--Pep Club 10, 11, Drill Team 10, 11, Color Day Cheerleader 10, Prom Committee 11. TIMOTHY ARTHUR DOYLE--Football 10, 11, 12, Basketball 10, 11, 12, Spanish Club 10, 11, Choir 10, 12, Baseball 10, Prom Committee 11, Vice- President, Spanish Club 11. QNot Picturedj NANCY IRENE DUNBAR--Prom Committee 11, Annual Staff Assistant Photographer 11, Trident Staff 12. DONALD WAYNE EDELEN--Boys' Club. PAMELA JEANNE ERICK--Pep Club 10, 11, 12, Prom Committee 11, Graduation Usherette 11. JANICE LEE ETHRIDGE--Pep Club 10, Future Teachers of America 10, GAA 10, 11, Pom Pom Girl 12, Band 11,12. ' SHARON DIANE FISHER--GAA Council 10, Academic Achievement 10, 11, Prom Committee 11, Ski Club 11, 12, National Honor Society 11, 12, German Club 11, American Field Service Secretary 11, 12, French Club 12, Pep Club 10. WILLIAM CHARLES FLEHARTY--Boys' Club. fNot Picturedj RONALD RUSSELL FORESTER--Track 10, Tennis 11. DOROTHY ANN FOSS--Prom Committee 11, Pep Club 11, 12, Pep Club President 12, Drill Team 11, German Club 11, Ski Club 11, 12, Future Teachers 11, 12, Annual Staff 11, Melodears 11, Octette 12, All-State Choir 12. MARY PENELOPE FRUSH--National Honor Society 11, 12, Academic Achievement 10, 11, Pep Club 10, 11, German Club 11, Independent Study Pro- gram 12. TERRYL ANN GALLEGOS--Pep Club 10, 11, 12, Graduation Usherette 11, Prom Committee 11. MICHAEL D. GARD--Track 10, Band 10, 11, 12, Ski Club 11, 12, Racing Team 12, Ski Club Coun- cil 12. MARY ELLEN GARREN--Choir 12. GARY LEE GASCHLER--Cross Country 11. CHARLENE KAY GOOD--Pep Club 10, 11, 12, Annual Staff 11, 12, "Guys and Dolls" 10, "Li'lAbner"-11. LANA BETH GRANQUIST--Pep Club 10, Band 10, 11, 12, Band Vice-President 12, Pom Pom Girl 12. BARBARA DEAN GRIFFING--Pep Club 10, 11, 12, German Club 11, Prom Committee 11. PAUL ARTHUR GRULL--Basketball1O, 11, 12, Baseball 11, 12, All-Conference 11, Track 10, "G" Club 11, 12, Prom Committee 11, Student Council 10, 12, Junior Planning Committee, EVERETT EUGENE HALL--Cross Country "B" Squad 10. BERNADETTE JUNE HANSEN--Choir 12. CONNIE LE ROUX I-IARDENDORF--Annual Staff 12, Trident Staff 12, Pep Club 10, Choir 10. ROGER DALE HARMELINK--Wrestling 10, 11, 12. LUCIAN KAY HARRISON--Pep Club 10, 11, 12, Council 10, Football and Basketball Drill Team 10,11, GAA 10, 11, 12, Cheerleader 12, Student Council 10, 11, Class Vice -President 10, Grad- uation Usherette 11, Prom Committee 11. JOHN WALTER I-IASLER--Wrestling Manager 10, Ski Club 11, 12, Competitive Speech 11,125 State Speech Qualifier 11. SIDONYA HOPE HERR--Student Council 10, GAA 10, Pep Club 10,11,12, Secretary 12, FTA President 12, Prom Committee 11, FBLA Contestll LENA PATRICIA HINSHAW--Pom Pom Girl 12, Pep Club 10, 11, 12, Drill Leader 12, Ski Club 11, 12, Symphony Debs. 10, 11, 12, Band Secretary- Treasurer 12, Prom Committee 11. MARY PRISCILLA HOLLAND--Pep Club 10, 11, 12, JCL 10, 11, 12, Secretary 11, National Honor Society 11, 12, Academic Achievement 10, 11, German Club 11, 12, Ski Club 11, 12, Graduation Usherette 11, Class Vice-President 11, Prom Committee 11, FTA 11, 12, Guys and Dolls 10, JCL Convention Contest Winner 11. RICHARD N. HOLMER--Boy's Club. fNot Pic- turedy HARRY CARL HORBLIT--Boy's Club. GRETCHEN MARIAN I-IOSKINS--Spanish Club 11, 12, French Club 12, Drama Club fOlympus-Salt Lakej, Music Limited fOlympus-Salt Lake, 11. NANCY JEAN HUGHES--National Honor Society 11,12, Pep Club 10,11,12, Council 12, Class Treasurer 11, Class Vice-President 12, Student Council 12, Band 10, 11, Vice-President 11, AFS 11, 12,- Publicity Chairman 11, 12, JCL 11, 12, National JCL Delegate 11, German Club 11, Annual Staff 11, 12, Editor 12, Wrestling Secre- tary 11, 12, Track Secretary 11, Competitive Speech 11, 12, Canteen Board 12, Graduation Usherette 11, Prom Committee 11, Ski Club 12, Outstanding Service Award 11, "Li'l Abner" 11, "Guys and Do1ls" 10. LYNN ALMA JOHNSON--Girls' Club 10, JCL 10, French Club Vice-President 11, Ski Club 11, 12, Planning Committee 11, Prom Committee 11, Li'l Abner 11. WALDO R. KEENAN, JR. --Wrestling 10, 11, 125 JCL 115 Football 105 Key Club 125 Math Club 11, 125 Prom Committee 115 National Honor Society 11, 125 Academic Achievement 10, 115 Science Club 125 Program X 125 FTA Officer 12. THOMAS A. KELLEY--Ski Club 11, 12. QNot Picturedj ALICE KAYE KLINGLESMITH--Girls' Club. KATHY JANE KRAUT--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 French Club Vice-President 125 Planning Committee 125 Girls' Clubg Ski Club 12. JAMES ROBERT LAFFERTY--Ski Club 10, 11, 125 Football 10, 11. JACQUELINE ANN LAMBERSON--Pep Club 105 GAA 115 Trident Staff 12. LINDA GAIL LANGLEY--Pep Club 105 Trident Staff 125 Junior Red Cross 10, 115 Chorus 12. RICHARD CARL LARNED--Tennis 105 Dance Band 11, 125 Band Letterman 1O,11,12. JOHN EDWIN LAWSON--"G" Club 10, 11, 125 "G" Club President 125 Student Council 10, 115 Wrestling Letterman 10, 11, 125 Football 10, 11, 125 Letterman 125 Track 105 Li'l Abner 115 Can- teen Committee 10,115 Chorus 1O,11,12. REX ALLEN LAWSON--"G" Club 10, 11, 125 Foot- ball 10, 11, 125 Letter 125 Basketball 10, 115 Base- ball 10, 11, 125 Letter 10, 11, 125 Baccalaureate Usher 11. JUDY LYNN LEWIS--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 GAA 10, 125 Student Council 115 Cheerleader 125 Girls' Club5 Homecoming Queen Candidate 125 Li'l Abner 115 Prom Committee 115 Academic Achievement 10,115 125 Drill Team 10, 11. LOWELL CECIL LEWIS--Boys' Club 10, 11 MARIA MERCEDES LEWIS--Student Council 125 Pep Club 10,11,125 Council 115 Drill Team 11, 125 GAA 105 Planning Committee 105 Prom Committee 115 Graduation Usherette 115 Home- coming Queen Attendant 12. CHARLOTTE LINDERMAN--Gooding High School: Pep Club 9, 10, 115 Riding Club 9, 10, 115 Business Club 105 Junior Class Play 115 Drill Team 95 Golden High: Pep Club 12. MICHAEL LEE LINDERMAN--Gooding High School: Assistant Degree Chairman FHA 95 FHA 115 Par- liamentarian FHA 115 Riding Club 9, 10, 115 Drill Team 115 Girls' League 9510, 115 Drama Club 115 Office Girl 115 Junior Class Play 115 FHA State Convention Voting Delegate 95 State Delegate FHA 115 Won Gooding Leader Contest 105 De- Sales Secretary-Treasurer 115 Golden High: FHA 125 GAA 12. fNot Picturedj LARRY LAYTON LOMBARDELLI--Portland: Foot- ball Letterman 105 Golf Letterman 105 Golden High: Ski Club 125 Trident Staff 12. BOB EUGENE LONG--"G" Club 11, 125 German Club 125 Track 115 Trident Staff 12. TIMOTHY NORMAN LONG--Trident Staff 12. JUDY ELLEN MACLEAR--Evergreen: GAA 115 GAA Treasurer 10. PATRICIA ANN MADDEN--Paonia High: Drama Club 10, 115 Thespians Vice -President 105 Presi- dent 115 Pep Club 10, 115 Honor Society 11. fNot Picturedj PArR1c1A LYNN MAK1--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 GAA 11, Girls' Club 10. TONY ESTA MANCHQEGO--"G" Club 11, 125 Football 10, 115 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Track 105 Baseball 11, 12. FRED RALPH MARES--Spanish Club 125 Boys' Club 10. KATHAYNE ALMIRA MARTINE--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Drill Team 115 Planning Committee 125 Prom Committee 11. KARLEEN MAREE MARXEN--Pep Club 10. WILMA MAY MATSON--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Council 10, 115 Drill Team 10, 115 Planning Committee 115 Junior Secretary 115 Prom Com- mittee 115 Graduation Usherette 115 Student Council 125 Senior Class Treasurer 12. MARY Lou MAYo--cir1S' Club 10, Prc 10, 11, 12, office can 12. DAVID ROSS MCCOY--Math Club 125 Boys' Club 105 Football 105 Basketball 10. C. MICHAEL MCGINNIS--Wrestling 105 Track 10, 11,125 Letter 115 All State Band 11,125 All State Choir 125 Ski Club 11, 125 President 125 National Honor Society 11, 12. QNot Picturedj SANDRA EILENE MCINROY--Trident Staff 125 Choir 115 Girls Club 10. DE ANN MCMAHAN--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Ski Club 11, 125 German Club 115 Spanish Club 125 Girls Club 105 Debate Team 12. THOMAS BUCHANAN MCPHERSON--"G" Club 11 125 Key Club 11, 125 Student Council 115 Foot- ball Letterman 11, 12. LORETTA LEE LOYD MEINDL--GAA 115 Girls' Club 10. GARY EDWIN MENCIMER--"G" Club 10, 11, 125 Ski Club 12. EDWARD EARL MILLER--Track 115 Spanish Club 12. KAREN LYNN MONTGOMERY--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Drill Team 10, 11, 125 GAA Vice-President 125 GAA 10511, 125 GAA Council Member 105 Guys' and Dolls' 10. JANET LOUISE MOODY--Pep Club 10, 125 Student Council 105 Guys' and Dolls' 105 French Club 12. NORMAN DALE MOORE--Track 11, 125 National Honor Society 115 125 Gymnastics 11512. SI-IEILA RAE MURIN--Pep Club 10, 115 Chorus 125 Girls' Club 10. DONNA MARIE NAKONIECZNY--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Drill Team 10, 115 GAA 1O,11,125 Council Member 10, 115 GAA President 125 Planning Committee 12. DIANE GAIL NIELSEN--Chorus 11, 125 Pep Club 105 Office Girl 12. JAIVUES HENRY NORTON--Football IO, 11, 125 Baseball 11, 125 Planning Committee 105 "G" Club 11, 125 Basketball IO. ILEEN CAROL NURNBERG--Pep Club 10, 115 Chorus 11, 125 Office Girl 12. DAVE N. OBERG--Boys' Club 10. JOI-IN CLIFFORD OLIN--Boys' Club 10. MARNEY ELAINE PADDLEFORD--Pep Club 10, 125 French Club 125 FTA Secretary 125 Ski Club 11. DONALD EUGENE PALMER--"G" Club 11, 125 Key Club 11, 125 Wrestling 10, 11, 125 Gymnastics 10, 11. KENNETH CHARLES PALMER--Ski Club 11, 125 Senior Council Member 125 Football 11, 12. DWIGHT RAY PARIGER--JCL 10, 11, Foofbaii 10, 12, Basketbaii 10. JOHN R. PERKINS--Student Council 11, 125 "G" Club 125 Key Club 11, 125 Class President 125 Football 10, 11, 125 Basketball 10, 115 Baseball 125 AFS President 11, 12. BEVERLY ANN PETERS--Science Club 105 Pep Club 115 PFC 11. DANIEL ALVORD PHILLIPS--Boys' Club. fNot Picturedj JOI-IN EUGENE PHILLIPS--Football 11, 125 Key Club 11,125 "G" Club 125 Wrestling 10, 11,125 Baseball 11, 125 Gymnastics 10, 11. EDWARD RANDALL PIBURN--Boys' Club 10, 11. JENIFER LOUISE P1cK.ET--Pep ciub 10, 11, 1-'HA 115 GAA 12. THEODORE WARREN POI-IRTE--Audio-Visual 10, 11, 125 Annual Staff 11, 125 Senior Play 11,125 Debate Team 10, 125 JCL 10. HOWARD EDWARD PROUTY--Football 105 Track 11, 125 Planning Committee 105 Guys' and Dolls' 105 Li'l Abner 11. ARTHUR LEE RAY--Football 10, 115 Basketball 10, 11, 125 Baseball 11, 125 Planning Committee 125 Cross-Country 11, 125 Letterman 115 Trident Staff 115 Lawrence High School: Chess Club 10, 115 Gymnastics 10, 115 Student Council 10. FRANCES KAY RAYMER--Library Club 10, Girls' Club 10. CAROLYN SUE REDELL--Pep Club 105 Trident Staff 125 Girls' Club 10. JUDY A. REECE--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 GAA 105 German Club 125 Girls' Club 10. JUDENE KAY REITZ--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Foot- ball Drill Team 10, 11, 125 German Club 10, 115 Annual Staff 125 Sophomore Secretary 105 AFS 11, 125 Student Body Secretary-Treasurer 125 Girls State 125 Graduation Usherette 115 Prom Committee 115 Guys' and Dolls' 105 Li'l Abner 115 Competitive Speech 12. ANN MILLER RIPPERE--Bryon High: Volleyball Team 115 Golden High: Trident Staff 12. fNot Picturedj A. JAMES RONZIO--Key Club 10, 11, 125 Sec- retary 115 President 125 AFS Treasurer 11, 125 Math Club 11, 125 Boys' State 115 Boys' Club 10, 11. DIANA JEAN ROSSMAN--Wiggins High: Pep Club 10, 115 Band 10, 115 Mixed Chorus 10, 115 Annual Staff 10, 115 Golden High: Band 125 Pom-Pom Girl 12. BILL DAVID RUMBAUGH--Boys' Club 10, 11. fNot Picturedj KAREN S. RUSTAD--Gymnastics 10, 11, 125 Li'l Abner 115 German Club 115 Girls' Club 10. MINORU SAIJO--Japanese Exchange Student 12. WILLIAM EDWARD SARELL--Student Body Presi- dent 125 Student Council 10, 125 Key Club 11, 125 Football 10, 11, 125 Letterman 11, 125 Track 10, 11,125 Letterman 11, 125 "G" Club 11, 125 Wrestl- ing 1O5 Boys' State 115 Key Club Convention 115 NASC 11. JAMES MICHAEL SEEWALD--Football Letterman 105 Baseball 105 Tennis 115 Li'l Abner 11. MARJORIE ELAINE SELBE--Girls' Club 10. PATRICIA ANNE SERATT--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Decorating Chairman 125 German Club 10, 115 Annual Staff 11, 125 Prom Committee 11. JOYCE ANN SHEATS--GAA 10, 115 Library Club 115 Girls' Club 10. BERNA LYNETTE SHEPARD--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Drill Team 115 Cheerleader 125 GAA 10, 115 Homecoming Queen Candidate 125 Planning Committee 105 Graduation Usherette 115 Office Girl 125 Color Day Cheerleader 105 Guys' and Dolls' 10. KAREN FERN SHINBUR--Band 10, 115 Girls' Club 10. SUZAN JOSEPHINE SORENSEN--Pep Club 11, 125 Senior Class Secretary 125 National Honor Society 11, 125 Student Council 125 Graduation Usherette 115 State Speech Meet 115 Annual Staff, Co- Editor 125 Prom Committee 115 Academic Achieve ment 115 Homecoming Queen 12. JUDY IEE SPITZ--Girls' Club 10. HAROLD ANTHONY STAHL--Boys' Club 10. MARJORIE ANN STARBRANCH--Pep Club 105 Girls' Club 105 Trident Staff 125 Chorus 12. FRED BURTON STEWART--Football 10, 115 Track 10, 12. fNot Picturedj LEE DOUGLAS STEWART--Tennis 10, 115 "G" Club 11. fNot Picturedj MARCELENE IDU STEWART--GAA 105 Library Club 105 Girls' Club 10. MARY LOUISE STUERMER--Girls' Club 105 Pep Club 10, 115 Chorus 11,125 Guys' and Dolls' 115 Drill Team 10, 115 Girls' Glee Club 115 Trident Staff 12. 5 DENNIS RAYNIAND SULLIVAN--Band 10, 11, 125 Dance Band 11, 12. CHARLES THOMAS SWENEY--Wrestling 10, 11, 125 Boys' Club 10. JANET IRENE TAYIOR--Girls' Club 105 Trident Staff 12. RICHARD LIOYD THOMPSON--Wrestling 11, 125 Track 11,125 Cross Country 11,125 "G" Club 11, 12. KATHLEEN JANE TODD--GAA 10, 11, 125 Letter 115 Bowling Captain 115 Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Drill Team 10, 115 Student Council 11, 125 Planning Committee 105 Graduation Usherette 115 Cheer- leader 125 FTA 11, 125 FTA Treasurer 125 Prom Committee 115 Academic Achievement 115 Girls' Club 10. VICKY LYNN TRIPP--Girls' Club 105 Chorus 125 Concert Choir 12. VERA MAY TROWBRIDGE--Band 105 Choir 125 Double Octette 125PFC 10, 11, 125 Girls' Club 10. JOHN HALvoR TWETO--Wrestling 105 Band 10, 11,125 Boys' Club 10. fNot PicturedJ MIKE VAN HORN--Boys' Club 10. SHARON ANN VAN TONGEREN--Student Coun- cil 10, 125 Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Drill Team 10,11, 125 GAA 105 FTA 11, 125 JCL 115 Prom Committee 115 German Club 11, 125 Girls' Club 10. DONNA CLAIRE VOGELER--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 GAA 10, 11, 125 Letter 115 Bowling Captain 115 Choir 11,125 Guys' and Dolls' 105 Drill Team 11, 125 Girls' Club 10. JEFF ALLEN WARD--Alliance High: Hi-Y Club 10 115 President 115 Chadron Scholastic Contest 105 Band 115 Fort Morgan: Football5 Basketball5 Base- oou, Latin Club. SHARON LEE WATSON--Pep Club 10, 115 PFC 105 Girls' Club 10. DALE RALPH WEAVER--Football 10, 115 Boys' Club 10. HAL EUGENE WEAVER--Football 10, 115 Boys' Club 10. ALICE ANN WEED--Pep Club 10, 11, 125 Vice- President 125 Chorus 115 Ski Club 11,125 Prom Committee 115 Annual Staff 125 Graduation Usherette 115 Planning Committee 11, 12. MICHAEL GARY Vxfl-IEELER--Football 10, 11, 125 Basketball 105 Track 1O,11,125 "G" Club 11,125 Planning ,Committee 125 Boys' Club 10. CARLOS LANCE WILLARD--Wrestling 105 Stu- dent Council 1O5 Trident Staff 12. CAROLYNN LEA WILLIAMS--Pep Club 10, 115 Drill Team 10, 115 Chorus 125 Guys' and Dolls' 105 Girls' Club 10. BRIAN ROBERT WILLIAMSON--Track 10, 115 Football 115 Li'1 Abner 115 Boys' Club 10. KAREN LEE WRIGHT--Pep Club 10, 115Planning Committee 105 Chorus 125 Trident Staff 125 Girls' Club 10. 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