Nederland High School - Nugget Yearbook (Nederland, CO)
- Class of 1963
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Roger Snell, Dan Gaetzke, Business Manager,
Mrs. Cochran, Sponsor, Tom Benson, Editor,
Ronnie Clubineg Larry Valdez.
Pew realize the amount of time and effort which goes into the publication of the
Nugget. It was not so hard this year though, for we had class time to do it in.
The 1963 Nugget is a collection of your memories during the school year. As the
years separate you from high school, you will treasure this book more and more. We
hope that it will recall the happy moments of your school days spent at Nederland
MR. GUY BENNINGTON
To our hard working, ever
encouraging principal who has
worked incessantly to improve
Nederland High School for the
students...to one that does
his best for others and aids
their every undertaking. We
of the 1962 Nugget staff wish
to dedicate "The 1962 Nugget'
to you in appreciation of your
work on our behalf.
MR. GERALD BUCK
To our industrial arts
teacher.. ,the best that we
could wish to have. In
appreciation of your hard work
in enlarging and facilitating
the industrial arts division of
our school.. .-,for the willing
and excellent help and advice
you have rendered to us, we
of the 1962 Nugget
staff would like to dedicate
"The 1962 Nugget" to you.
MR. ARMANDO ATENCIO-Holds both
B.A., and M.A. from Adams State
College.. .teaches Spanish, short-
hand, typing, general business and
bookkeepinq...also is student
MRS, MIRIAM COCHRAN-Graduated
from Ball State Teachers College with
A.B .... attended Butler University and
University of Colorado also.. .teaches
English, Latin, library, and sponsors
annual, newspaper and pep club.
MR GERALD BUCK Alumnus of Colorado
State College where he received his B.A.
attended University of Colorado .comes
from Colorado Springs teaches woodworking,
crafts, and drafting
MR. AL BARTLETT-Attended University
of Colorado, where he got B.S,
degree...teaches English and coaches
football, basketball, track.
MR. BOB DEMMON-Graduated from
Boulder High School. . .received
Bachelor of Music from the University
of Colorado. . .teaches band and
chorus at Nederland and Iamestown.
MRS. ELEANOR DOLPH - Holds B. S.
And M. S. From University Of
Nebraska. . .Teaches Home Economics
American Government, Spelling,
Vocabulary, And Physical Education.
MRS. HELEN LANGLEY - B.A. From
Colorado State College Of Education
. . .Also Has Credits From Kansas
State College, University Of Arizona,
Colorado College, University Of
Colorado, Universidas Michoacana
De San Nicolas De Hidalgo, Academia
Internacional De Espanol And Purdue
University. . .Teaches Elementary,
junior High, And High School Spanish
. . .Also Teaches History.
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MR. JAMES DUNN - Received B.S.
From University Of Colorado. . .
Physics, Chemistry, Biology, And
Science Are Mr. Dunn's Specialties
. . .Assistant Football Coach. . .Also
Coaches Iunior High Basketball. . .
MISS SUZANNE SPARN - Received B.
A. In Math At University Of Colorado
. . .Did Graduate Work At Long Beach
State And University Of Colorado. . .
Taught At Long Beach, fjalifornia,
And Heibroun, Germany. . .Teaches
Math And Sponsors Pep Club.
Miss. Sandra Humfreville .... secre-
tary for Nederland School during the
past three years .... "almost" an
alumnus of NHS although she gradu-
ated in California .... "our helper. "
MRS. VERA BIRD-lived at Battle
Creek, Michigan, for 20 years
. . .received B. S. from Western
Michigan University. . .is
teaching kindergarten and
NIARY NOLAN-Teaches second
grade. . .received B.A, from
Adelphi College Garden City,
N.Y .... taught three years in
Long Island, N.Y.
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MRS. FRANCIS DEMUTH-Teaches
fourth and fifth grades. . .
graduated from University of
Colorado with A.B ,... came
from Kansas to Boulder in
l938.. .has taught at
Nederland five years.
MRS. IRIS SWISHER-Graduated
with Associate of Arts from
Lamar Iunior College, . . B, A,
from Colorado State College. ..
first year of teaching at
Nederland. . .teaches fifth and
MRS. BONNIE LUNDY-Comes from
Grand Iunction. . .graduated from
Western State College. . .has B.A.
degree. . .taught at Fruita before
coming here. ..teaches third grade.
Our dependable bus drivers: Mr. Gardner to Copperdale, Mr.
Slaughenhoupt to Sugar Loaf, and Mrs. Schamens to Tungsten and Boulder
. . .have the experience to deliver our students safely and courteously. . .
there is no doubt that we are in good hands.
Here are our cooks! Thanks to Mrs. Riley and
Mrs. Wilson we have good meals during the
school year. The dietitian in Boulder now plans
the meals for the school, but the pleasantness
in the cafeteria is strictly "home-owned. "
Cleaning school isn't as
easy as some people may
think it is. If you don't
believe us, ask Mr. Davis
and Mr. Slaughenhoupt as
to the simplicity of it.
DANNY GAETZKE DANNY GLASSER
Likes football and he tackles his studies as Dislikes "brown-nosers"...an avid reader
well.. ,is interested in all sports. ..very good likes sports...doeSn't care at all to be electec
editor and business manager of the Newspaper for class OffiCGS. . .3 lot of fun at all times
and Annual respectively.
Class Vice-President 45 Class Secretary
Class President 45 Secretary-Treasurer 35 "N" Treasurer 45 King Candidate Of Football 3
Club l,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,45 Football 3, Basketball King 3: Dramatics 4 Football
45 Track l,2,35 Annual Business Manager 3,45 l,2,35 Basketball l,2,35 Typist For
Newspaper Editor 45 Choir l,2,3,45 Band l,2, Journalism.
3,45 Rifle Club l,25 Dramatics Z,
This is one boy who isn't usually found at
home. . .likes to joke. . . always in a good
Football 1,25 Basketball 1,25 Rifle Club 1,25
"N" Club 2,3,45 Annual l,2,45 Newspaper 4.
Formerly had the nickname of "Ray", . .capable
of keeping her locker "messy". .. seldom seen
in her sixth hour study hall where she
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25 Band l,2,35 Choir l,2,35 Dramatics 45
Newspaper 45 Annual 45 Library 1,2.
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Very active member of the senior class. . .great
joker. . .frequently called "Bens". . . also very
athletic. . .Since he is usually heard saying
"get serious" it must be one of his favorite
Class Vice-President 35 Student Council
President 45 "N" Club President 45 Newspaper
Business Manager 45 Student Council
Representative 35 "N" Club Member 35 Annual
Editor 45 Annual 2,3,45 Newspaper 2,3,45
Rifle Club 25 Choir 2,35 Band 2,3,45 Foot-
ball Z,3,45 Basketball 2,3,45 Track 2,3,4.
Athletic in all fields. . .great fun. . .wonderful
personality and everyone's friend. . . often
called "Rog. "
Football 1,Z,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45
"N" Club l,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45 Annual
45 Newspaper 45 Choir 2,45 Rifle Club l,2,45
Student Council 4.
Very bright girl who is enjoyed by everyone
who is around her. ..has a good sense of
humor. . . always smiling and joking.
Class Secretary l5 Class President 2,35 Pep
Club President 35 Pep Club Member l,2,45
Rifle Club 1,25 Choir l,2,45 Annual 45
Twirler 2,3,45 Dramatics 45 Student Council
Representative 45 Newspaper 1,45 Football
Usually can be found at home. . .although he
attended Arvada for awhile, he still thinks
Nederland is the best, and he hardly misses
Basketball l,25 Newspaper 25 Rifle Club l,25
"N" Club 2.
IoAnn Mckim K g.-,
Mrs . Langley Absent:
The junior class has strived to make this year
their best. The present junior class will take over
a great role next year as seniors and will be looked
up to by the underclassmen.
As the year started the junior class contained
six students, but as the year passed there were only
four: Rodney Glasser, Karen Killip, IoAnn McKim and
Karen Braun. jerry Baczkowski and David Foster had
left Nederland High. This class was under the
sponsorship of the Well-known Spanish teacher, Mrs
Karen Killip was elected class president with
Karen Braun as vice-president and JoAnn McKim hold-
ing the position of secretary-treasurer.
The juniors spent most of their class meetings
for the skits and the homecoming dance. Then,
later on planning for the junior-senior prom.
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Bernard and Monte Steele.
The class officers were,
president, and Pat Riley-
Harriet Richards was
elected student council
representative with Dale
Roush as alternate.
After doing fairly well
in their sophomore year
the class hopes to have a
successful junior year
under the sponsorship of
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FRONT ROW: Sharon Archuleta, Frank Grigerek, Carolyn Grant, Berni Poe, Connie Clemmer, and
Davida Bowker. MIDDLE ROW: Alan Forbes, Sue Littler, Barbara Smith, Cindy Iones, and Susan
Morgan. BACK ROW: Gary Slovek, Richard Smith, and Lloyd Gullett.
At the beginning of the year the eighth grade acquired three new students: Susan Morgan,
Alan Forbes, and Frank Grigerek. Mrs. Dolph, the eighth grade sponsor, has her hands full with
14 eighth graders and all their problems.
The eighth grade boys must like the girls of their class very well, because all their class
officers fall in the female classification. They are: President: Carolyn Grant: Vice-President:
Sue Littlery Secretary-Treasurer: Sharon Archuleta.
BACK ROW: Larry Morgan, Fred Yates, Walter Johnson, Vicki Shaball, Galen Clubine, Curtis Dean, and Bill
Blackburn. FRONT ROW: Betsy Kutscher, Timmy Gaetzke, Cindy Littler, Gerhardt Ryplewski, Sandra Edgerton
Donald Taylor, and Gary Snell.
President: Timmy Gaetzke: Vice-
Presidentz Gerhardt Ryplewski:
Secretary-Treasurer: Sandra Edgerton.
FIFTH GRADE BACK ROW: Standing, Mike Slovek, Stephen Shaball, Kathy Iohnson, D'Anna Archuleta, Iane
Haselwood, Roberta Sullivan, Sharon Schamens, Ruth Pfarr. FRONT ROW: Kneeling, Wayne Taylor, Dennis
Cowdery, Kirk Braun, Steven Riley, Charles Mason, Mrs. lris Swisher, teacher. SDCTH GRADE: Standing,
Robert Yates, Kerry Schamens, Rose Marie McKim, Trudy Payne, Cathy Clemmer, Marilyn Berni. KNEELING:
Rodney Steele, Richard Morgan, Mike Babler, Gene Valdez, Rohn Stilson. NOT SHOWN: Eddie Poe, Clayton
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Theresa Mason, Grace Valdez, Bertha Pfarr, Mike Clary.
THIRD ROW: Lois Williams, Iohn Grant, Billy Bowker,
Pauline Grabowski, Fred Zamora, Bobbie Lougee. FOURTH
ROW: Bob Shaffer, Karen Iuul, Iohn jones, Pam Morgan,
Bonnie McKim, Christy Clemmer, Mrs. Lundy.
FIRST ROW: Debra Tyler, Ray Willis. SECOND ROW: Debby Poe, Audrey Cooley, Don Smith, Terry Shaffer,
Tom Haselwood, Toby Trujillo. THIRD ROW: Karen Digerness, Glenn Hendricks, Anne Stilson, Clinton
Mason, Ierry Schamens, Tad Smith. FOURTH ROW: Pam Schillen, Miss Nolan, Keith Morgan, Hayes Giggey.
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FIRST ROW: Tom Stilson, Dennis Bowker, Mike
Archuleta, Kevin Gresham. SECOND ROW: Alice
Haselwood, Iunell Hendricks, Iennifer Schillen, Iudy
Smith, Linda Schamens, Shirley Willis. THIRD ROW: Kari
Trainer, Leasa Berni, Rebecca Cooley, Iill Glasser,
Bobbette Clary, Christine Giggey. FOURTH ROW: Mrs.
Bird, Chris Iames, Cindy Clemmer, Dale Schameris, Patty
Edwards, Kim Poe, Frank Durham.
FIRST ROW: David Iohnson, Chuck Kutscher, Kim Chappel,
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Snell, T. Benson, D. Gaetzke, and Coach Bartlett. KNEELING:
Manager Ryplewski, D. Roush, I. Slovek, M. Lougee, D.
Ledbetter, G. Wise, R. Richards, K. Braun, and Manager
The Panthers finished their football
season with a very disappointing record
The team was small in size and few in
number, they had several close losses
but never could quite break the ice.
I. Slovek, D. Gaetzke, R. Glasser,
T. Benson, R. Snell, I. Snell, M.
Lougee, D. Roush.
The Panthers basketball team had a good season. Hav-
ing a tall, fast-scoring squad helped their season's standing
This year's games were scheduled with the Boulder RE-2
league. However, the annual spring tournament was played
with the Union Pacific League.
Date Opposing team
Nov. 30 Fairview M
Dec. Central City
Ian. Central City
FIRST ROW: Bernie Poe, Gary Slovek, Larry Morgan, Tim Gaetzke. SECOND ROW: Bob
Grant, Curtis Dean, Gary Snell, Richard Smith, Bill Blackburn, Kent Braun, Mr. Dunn.
THIRD ROW: Gerhardt Ryplewski, Alan Forbes, Gordon Wise, Robert Williams, Walter
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The Nederland Iunior High Cubs were led to one of their finest seasons last
year under the able leadership of Mr. Dunn. The Cubs has a six-won and one-
lost record, losing to Bennett in the finals of the Tournament. This year, with three
of the five regular starters back from last year, and promising seventh and eighth
graders coming up, the junior high has one hustling club. The outlook is bright for
this season and future seasons for the Nederland Cubs.
FRONT ROW: Iohn Slovek, Mike Lougee. BACK
ROW: Tom Benson, Roger Snell, Iohn Snell.
The small but will-
ing Panther track team
will be out to win the dis-
trict U.P. meet this
spring. They hope to
do well in all events
despite having a small
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STANDING: Coach Dunn, D.Rohsh, I.Slovek, I.Snell, T.Benson,
D.Glasser, R. Snell, D.Gaetzke, R. Glasser, D.Foster, M.Lougee,
and Coach Bartlett. KNEELING: P.Ryplewski, D.Ledbetter, B.
HW, Grant, B.Williams, D.Washburn, G.Wise, D. Hight.
The "N" Club, made up of the athletes of Nederland High,
has had a very busy and rewarding year. The members have
constructed a constitution and a set of by-laws, also they have
set the criteria for letter-earners in the future. Pres: Tom
Benson, Vice-Pres: Dan Glasser, Secretary-Treasurer: Dave
The Nederland High School Pep Club has supported every
game this year. The Panthers played their home football games at
other RE-2 school fields. Bus transportation was furnished to all
home and away games.
Before basketball games, which were played on Nederland's
court, the pep club had pot luck dinners. The pep club officers
are: Pres: Carolyn Clubinep Vice-Pres: Karen Braun, Secretary:
Kathy Hightg Treasurer: Linda Wilson: Sponsors: Mrs. Cochran
and Miss Sparn.
TOP ROW: D. Roush, I. Slovek, D. Gaetzke, T. Benson, D. Washburn, P. Ryplewski,
, and Mr. Demmon. NEXT ROW: B. Blackburn, I. Baczkowski, K. Braun, R.
, P. Riley, M. Franklin, B. Grant, and L. Gullett. NEXT ROW: B. Bowker, C.
. Littler, S. Archuleta, C. Grant, C. Clemmer, and G. Slovek. KNEELING: I.
T. Gaetzke, and B. Poe.
TOP ROW: K. Braun, R. Richards, I. Slovek, D. Gaetzke, R. Snell, D. Washburn, F. Grigerek,
Gullett, and Mr. Demmon. NEXT ROW: M. Steele, C. Berni, G. Snell, B. Blackburn, B. Smith,
McKim, M. Franklin, S. Morgan, V. Shaball, and H. Richards. NEXT ROW: K. Hight, K. Braun,
Baczkowski, H. Gullett, Judy Williams, D. Bowker, C. Littler, and C. Clemmer. KNEELING:
We are proud of
our choir because it
has improved very
much under the direc--
tion of Mr. Demmon.
elected to help the
teacher in choir or-
ganization and in
presentation of spe-
cial programs. Pres-
has a band to be
proud of. The amel
ioration of the
School Band this
year is quite ap-
parent. Under the
direction of Mr.
Demmon the band
has met the stand-
ards set for these
past two semesters
goals will be much
higher than those
we have now.
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STANDING: Paul Ryplewski, Roger Snell, Rodney
Glasser, Iohn Snell, Iim Baczkowski, Mrs. Cochran.
SITTING: Danny Gaetzke, Karen Killip, Rayetta Roush,
Helen Gullett, and Dwight Hight.
A library is ineffective unless
the students enjoy the books and un-
derstand how to use the reference
English classes have taught the
use of specific library tools . . .the
curriculum of the school has been in
tegrated around materials available.
the efficiency resourcefulness,
and interest of the two librarians
have made possible pleasant library
surroundings. . . circulation of books--
the biggest we've ever had.
This year the newspaper staff has com-
pletely revamped all of the methods previously
used. First of all the name was changed from
"The Nugget" to "The Panther's Purr". Second
the paper's master stencils are being cut by an
electronic process. The paper is then mimeo-
graphed from these stencils. Third, through
the selling of ads, the staff has been able to
provide a free copy of the paper to anyone who
wishes to have one.
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trying to meet deadlines and getting accus
tomed to the new process, but soon things
were smoothed out and a consistently good
paper was published for the school and
Eva Trujillo, Linda
Wilson, and Mrs.
FIRST ROW: Connie Clemmer, Dan Glasser, David
Foster, Mr. Atencio. SECOND ROW: Faye Mills, Kaye
Mills, Roger Snell. THIRD ROW: Gary Snell, Harriet
Richards, Karen Braun, John Slovek. STANDING: Tom
With the help of our sponsors, Mr. Atencio and Mr.
Bennington, the Student Council has introduced a new method of
controlling the inter-school activities and proceeds. This new
method has proved to be quite beneficial and informative.
The Student Council has meetings on every Friday during the
activity period to discuss activities and projects.
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