Nederland High School - Nugget Yearbook (Nederland, CO)
- Class of 1964
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Text from Pages 1 - 48 of the 1964 volume:
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NEDERLAND HIGH SCHOOL
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The '64 Nugget Staff wishes
this year's annual to be a
treasure book of events for
years to come. There has
been much difficulty in
putting this book together
and when our staff dwindled
during tests and Absences
we pulled through because
of cooperation and good
We hope this annual dis-
plays our efforts and
Mrs . Cochran
MR. BENNINGTON, formally called
"Mr, B. , " has been the principal of
N.H.S. for two years. Many im-
provements have resulted from his
capable leadership . N . H . S. is
behind him all the way in trying to
make our school the best small
school in Colorado .
MISS SANDRA HUMFREVILL has been
our indispensable secretary for four
years. Every year makes her more
valuable to us. Many problems have
been quickly solved by Sandi's
pleasant efficiency during her years
here. The Nugget staff hopes to find
her still in the office when they visit
the school as alumni.
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MRS. MIRIAM COCHRAN attended Butler
University, and University of Colorado for
her graduate work after receiving a B.A.
from Ball State Teachers' College. . .teaches
English and Journalism, heads the library
and sponsors the annual, pep club, news-
paper, and cheerleaders. . . project teacher
for Western States Small School Project.
MR. GERALD BUCK teaches woodworking,
crafts, world history and civics .... comes
from Colorado Springs .... attended
University of Colorado .... received B.A.
from Colorado State College .... coaches
Junior High basketball and sponsors the
MR. BOB DEMMON head of the renowned
band "The Astronauts" .... teaches band
and chorus .... directs Nederland's
Musical productions, received Bachelor
of Music from the University of Colorado
. . . .is a graduate of Boulder High School.
MRS. HELEN LANGLEY received a B.A.
from Colorado State College of Education
besides attending many other Universities
to further her knowledge of Spanish. . .
teaches grade school and high school
Spanish, 7th grade social studies and
sponsors the senior class. . .
MR. IAMES DUNN coaches high school
basketball .... sponsors the 7th grade ....
teaches chemistry, biology, and general
science courses .... graduated with a
B.S. from Colorado University.
MISS SUZANNE SPARN holds B.A. in math ....
from Colorado University .... teaches math. .
. . sponsors llth grade and pep club. . . .
taught previously in Long Beach, California
and Heibourn, Germany .... teacher for
Western State Small Schools Project.
MR. AL EARTLETT holds E.A. from
University of Colorado .... teaches 7th and
8th grade English, boys' physical education
and 8th grade social studies. . .coaches
football and track . . .sponsors the lOth grade.
MR. WERNER RYSER received B.S. from
the University of Colorado .... attended
De Paul Law School and Lake Forest ....
originally from Chicago he teaches business
education and American government ....
sponsors the 9th grade.
MRS. ELEANOR DOLPH teaches home
economics and girls' physical education
. . . .holds a B.S. and an M.S. from the
University of Nebraska .... also is the
counselor for the high school students.
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MR. VALDON GREEN .... student teacher
of crafts .... attending Colorado State
College, from McMinnville, Oregon ....
has attended Walla Walla College,
University of Alaska, and University of
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MR. BUFORD BUSH received B.S. from
Texas Western College .... holds A.A.
from Ranger Iunior College .... four years
studying in a Theological college in
Kansas City, Church of Nazarene ....
also received theological certificate
there. He is the 6th grade teacher.
MRS. FRANCIS DEMUTH .... fourth grade
teacher .... she graduated from the
University of Colorado with a E-.A ......
this is her sixth year at Nederland .... she
resides in Boulder where she has lived
since she left Kansas in 1938.
MRS. IRIS SWISHER holding a B.A. from
Colorado State College and an associate
of Arts from Lamar Iunior College. . . she is
now in her second year at Nederland and
teaches the fifth grade.
MRS. ARDITH GARDNER originally from
Iowa .... attended Concordia Teachers
College and the State College of lowa. . .
holds B. S. degree ..... teaches second
MRS. BONNIE LUNDY has a B.A. from
Western State College .... taught at Fruita
previous to her joining Nederland's
faculty .... originally from Grand Junction
she now teaches third grade.
MRS. EMMA PUTNAM teaches
kindergarten in Nederland and
Jamestown .... graduated with B.E.
from Illinois State Normal
University .... also attended the
University of Colorado.
MRS. LAVINA DUNN. . .teaches lst
grade. . . went to Northern State
Teachers College, Aberdeen, S.
Dakota. . . B. S. from Capital
University, Columbus, Ohio. . .
taught in Columbus, Ohio
MRS. NORMA HEFLING
MISS DONNA SCHAPER .... art teacher for
grades-kindergarten through eighth ....
attended the State University of Iowa
receiving her B.A. and going on to
University of Colorado for her graduate
work .... taught previously in Olney,
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Winding along the
roads, driving the
long circuitous routes
and ever watchful and
dependable are our
"Bus Drivers, " Mr.
Gardner and Mr.
and Tungsten. Mrs.
Scharnens drives a
bus this year.
BUS DRIVERS: Bill Gardner, Gay Lippincott, Carol Schamens
CUSTODIAN: Roy "Slug "
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To Mr. Slaughenhoupt,
better known as "Slug" ,
and Mr. Lippincott we
owe a debt of thanks ,i f 1
for keeping our fine
School just that way.
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Under the supervision of Mrs. 5
Gaetzke and the culinary tastes
of Mrs. Riley and Mrs. Wilson
we enjoyed many a fine lunch
during the year. Thank you
and that doesn't include
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KAREN BRAUN ........ Cute, smart,
and always eating junior mints ....
likes to argue in a friendly way ....
Class Vice-President 3, 45 Cheerleader
2, 3, 45 Student Council Vice-President
35 Class President 25 Pep Club Vice-
President 35 Chorus 2, 3, 45 Pep Club
2, 3, 45 Band 25 Newspaper'45 Dramatics
IOAN DUFFELL ....... Likes sports, especially "walking" .... always
has a friendly "hello" .... has a hobby of collecting wish bones5 what's
the wish, Ioan? .... Newspaper 45 Annual 45 Alternate Student Council
Representative 45 Dramatics 3, 45 Alternate Cheerleader 4.
RODNEY GLASSER .... Doesn't care to
be elected for class offices .... tall,
blonde, and good looking .... best
student council president N.H. S.
could have had!
ICANN MCKIM ........ Usually can
be found at home .... known to every-
one as "Io" .... most quiet member
of the senior class. Chorus l,2,3,45
Band 1,25 Newspaper 45 Annual 45
Rifle Club 1,25 Class Secretary-
Treasurer l,3,45 Pep Club l,2,3,4.
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Student Council President5 Class
President 45 Secretary-Treasurer 25
Newspaper 3,45 Annual 45 "N" Club
l, 2 , 3 , 45 Basketball 2 , 3 , 45 Football
2,35 Track 1,25 Rifle Club l,25
Chorus 25 Student Council Repre-
sentative 2 .
KAREN KILLIP ....... This is one girl who isn't usually found at home ....
has a good sense of humor .... everyone's friend .... N.H.S. has never
had a better editor-in-chief for the Panther's Purr .... Student Council
Representative 2,45 Annual 3,45 Newspaper 3,45 Class President 35
Dramatics 35 Cheerleader 3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Chorus 45 Office Practice
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When the 1961 freshman class grad
V uates as the class of "64", their number
' will have decreased from nine to two.
Where have they gone ?
Mike St Iohn moved to Pt. Collins in 1961.
Tanny Sherwood married Tom Riley and is the
mother of a baby girl . Ierry Baczkowski en-
listed in the army and is stationed in Germany.
Patsy Slovek moved to Washington D.C.
Carolyn Prime is married and living in Texas.
Chuck Wise is employed by the
Caribou Ranch Dave Poster
left in 63 and lS working for
Uncle Sam .
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IoAnn McKim and Rod Glasser are now
serving the last of their terms with the
three additional seniors, Karen Braun,
Karen Killip, and Ioan Duffell. Of the
original class only two are left.
We of the Nugget staff wish you the
graduates and you who were given
shorter sentences, the best in life and a
chest full of many gold Nuggets.
prop A eciej When you look back will you remember 1964?
Automation became fascinatingly vast. Self-
cleaning ranges and turbo-engines for cars
Ioan Duffell, at age 73
will be surfer of the
Century. Rod Glasser,
exiled to Camp Century
for 10 years. Karen
Killip, kitchen cook for
N.H.S. in four years.
Karen Braun, train falcons
for the King of England.
IoAnn McKim, arrested in
1965 for kidi apping a
whole fraternity house.
ln medicine two sets of quintuplets were born
and newspapers told the stories of the many
kidney transplants which took place.
Rod Glasser, wills his
greasy kid's stuff to Ron
Clubine so he can plaster
down his good looks and
McKim, wills her bois-
terous personality to
shy little Anne Duffell.
Karen Braun, wills her
Barbie with a wish for
success as head cheer-
leader next year. Karen
Killip, wishes to leave
the school her many
millions but she sorrow-
fully has already sent
them to Nixon. Ioan
Duffell, wills her phys-
ical powers to Carolyn
Clubine hoping she'll
be gentle with Mike
Arthur Miller's play After The Fall and Cleopatra, the
spectacle of '63, headed the entertainment field.
Surfin music with Boulder's Astronauts ended
the year and England's Beatles were the craze for
In the sports world Cassius Clay, the poetic
boxer, challenged heavyweight champion Sonny
Liston to fight February 25. The United States lost the
Winter Olympics to the Soviets-winning only one gold
The political spectrum showed Margaret Chase Smith
as a candidate for the Republican nomination for Pres-
World Events noted the assassination of President
Iohn F.' Kennedy. Panama broke off diplomatic re-
lations with the United States over the Canal Zone
and turmoil in Cyprus between the Turks and the
Greeks was a major headline in late '63. The New
York World's Pair added light to the more serious
events. ? ? ? ? Prohibition on Cigarettes.
Fashion found knee-high boots , wigs, wrap arounds,
shifts, short hair the THING and necklines took a
tremendous dive waistward as evening hemlines were
also lengthened. The fad went to elephant jokes and
skiing. '64 was the year. What do you remember?
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As juniors, the class has planned
the Iunior-Senior Prom. In the
various school activities they have
shown a great deal of responsibility
and leadership. They are all looking
forward to a successful senior year
in 1965 .
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There are fifteen members of the sophomore
class. The class officers are: Ron Richards,
President, Bobby Williams, Vice-President,
Carolyn Berni, Secretary-Treasurer, Kathy
Hight, Student Council Representative.
This class is often referred to as being "live-
ly" because of their enthusiasm. This is an
ambitious class as evidenced by overall good
grades, participation in athletics and other
extra-curricular activities. There seems to
be a good deal of class "esprit de corps" and
a winning attitude in the class. Many of the
class have expressed their interests in con-
tinuing their training after high school grad-
uation. We hope that this enthusiasm is not
lost in the temptation of an "easier way out"
that we can fulfill the ambitions that we
have as a class.
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The freshmen under the leadership
of their sponsor, Mr. Ryser, have
accomplished many things through-
out the past year.
THE OFFICERS ARE: Carolyn Grant-
President, Anne Duffe11-Vice-
President, and Chuck Ehmke-
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Ken Buck, Pred Yates, Gary Snell, Gerhardt Ryplewski,
Tim Gaetzke, Iim Gonzales, Mr. Buck, Betsy Kutscher, Cindy Littler,
Bill Bush, Larry Morgan, Walter Johnson, Vicki Parker, Vicki Shaball,
8TH G RAD E
There were several additions to the eighth
grade class- Vicki Parker, Jim Gonzales,
Ken Buck, Bill Bush, Chris Gerthe, and
THE CLASS OFFICERS WERE: Gary Snell
President, Cindy Littler-Vice-President
and Vicki Parker-Secretary-Treasurer.
Tim Gaetzke was elected as student
council representative with Bill Bush
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bition-to get into their freshman year,
with the help of Mr. Buck.
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SECOND ROW: Mr. Dunn, Rodney Steele, Eddie Poe, Robert Yates. FIRST ROW: Mike
Babler, Kathy Parker, Kerry Schamens, Rose Marie McKim, Clayton Walters.
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BACK ROW: Left to Right, Charles Mason, Timmy Tyler, Kirk Braun, Steve Riley, Dennis
Cowdery, Mark McFarland, John Iuul, Sammy Bowker, Wayne Taylor, Robert Gibson,
Stephen Shaball, Bill Buck. FRONT ROW: Roberta Sullivan, Marilyn Snavely, Diana
Glasser, Ruth Pfarr, Ian Haselwood, Linda Ryplewski, Dianne Hight, Vicky Poe, Sharon
Schamens, Diana Archuleta. AESENT: Kathy Iohnson.
BACK ROW: Left to Right, Keith Robinson, Iohn Trujillo, Michael Grant, Everett Motz,
Billy Crawford, Charles Morgan, Kevin Fitzner, Ray Schamens. FRONT ROW: Susy Neff,
Debra Motz, Mrs. Swisher-Teacher, Sophia Giggey, Eleanor Smith. ABSENT: Kathy Mason
BACK ROW: Left to Right, Jerry Schamens, Toby Trujillo, Keith Morgan, Tad Smith, Glenn
Hendricks, Tom Haselwood, Danny Platt, Hayes Giggey, Joey Smith. FRONT ROW: Mrs.
Lundy, Debby Poe, Debra Tyler, Nancy Scott, Audrey Cooley, Pamela Schillen, Cheryl
BACK ROW: Left to Right, David Johnson, "Casey" Jones, Billy Bowker, John Grant, Mrs.
Demuth, Gene Olsen, Fred Zamora, Chuck Kutscher, Kim Chappel, Dick Taylor. FRONT
ROW: Pauline Grabowski, Karen Juul, Susan Quick, Bobbie Lougee, Karen Snavely, Pamela
Morgan, Pamela Ehmke, Karen Olsen, Bonnie McKim. ABSENT: Lois Williams, Thersa
Mason, Bertha Pfarr, Lyle Pfarr.
BACK ROW: Left to Right, Ray Willis, Mark Smith, Mike Bowker, Steve Grabowski, Kim Poe,
Mike Archuleta, Dale Schamens. FRONT ROW: Becky Cooley, Jill Glasser, Debbie
Bernicky, IuNelle Hendricks, Leasa Berni, Christine Giggey, Glenda Scott, Phyllis Snavely,
Mrs. Gardner. ABSENT: Clinton Mason, Patty Edwards.
BACK ROW: Teri Williams, Shirley Willis, Pamela Robinson, Linda Schamens, Wanda
Adamy, Teri Latham, Kathy Gibson, Iennifer Schillen, Alice Haselwood, Judy Smith. FRONT
ROW: Thomas Putnam, Iohn Bernard, Mark Keeney, Bobby Bernicky, Daniel Snavely, Iames
Wade, Norman Scott, Gary Chappel.
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Kathy Grabowski, Shirley Giggey, Laverne Calhoon, Janice Jensen, Lori J
Berni, Brett Platt, Marilyn Cotton, Peggy Bernicky, Cheryl Clifford.
FRONT ROW: Jim Smith, Gary Scott, Dan Cowdry, Jim Taylor.
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Rod Glasser, Ioan Duffell, Carolyn Clubine, Warren
Bernard, Karen Braun, Sandra Olsen, JoAnn McKim, Karen
Putting Panther Purr together
How did Rodney get on this page?
PANTHER' S PURR STAFF
The newspaper has been completely remodeled
from heading to the type being used in the print-
ing. With a new staff this year, many original
ideas have been included. After the initial
"breaking in" of the new staff the Panther's Purr
proved to be an improvement over previous
issues and became an asset to the school and
TYPISTS: Karen and Karen
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The student council had developed a
special study session this year-its pur-
pose being to inform and teach its members
the workings of a student council. Under
the sponsorship of Mr. Bennington this
session has been very beneficial and the
student council has progressed very rapid-
LEFT TO RIGHT: Rose Marie McKim, Tim Gaetzke, Sue
Littler, Carolyn Clubine, Karen Killip, Pat Riley, Iohn
Duffell, Kent Braun, Mr. Ryser, Rod Glasser, Pres.
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This year the cheerleaders organized into a regular routine of exercising,
practicing new cheers and gymnastics. This system proved to be satisfactory
in keeping the girls organized and poised for the games. They attended a
summer cheerleaders' workshop in Denver which introduced the girls to new
motions and ways of improving their cheers. Three of the girls will graduate
this year leaving a freshman and sophomore to carry on Nederland's high spirits.
Under Mrs. Cochran and Miss Sparn's sponsorship the pep club had a good
year. Members are from the 7th through l2th grades. Their jobs consist of
heading pep rallies, pot lucks and posters and keeping the school spirit up. L
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Now that the girls are finally organized they are looking forward to better
THIRD ROW: Anne Duffell, Iudy Baczkowski, Pat Riley, Carolyn Clubine, Chuck Ehmke
Carolyn Berni, John Duffell. SECOND ROW: Barbara Smith, Ioan Duffell, Karen Braun,
Goroon Wise, Ken Buck. FIRST ROW: Paul Ryplewski, Kent Braun, Gerhardt Ryplewski.
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SECOND ROW: Left to Right, Rusty Berni, Iohn Duffell, Iohn Snell, Ron Clubine, Alan
Forbes. FIRST ROW: Rod Glasser, Ron Richards, Dale Roush, Bob Grant, Gorden Wise,
Kent Braun, Bob Williams.
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working toward a letter in athletics. In the future the club hopes to join
in developing ideas and responsibilities in making this organization more
of a real contribution to the school.
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Nederland High School has been very proud of its band this year. They have done
an excellent job and have shown a great deal of enthusiasm and group spirit.
The choir this year has done a tremendous job under the direction of Mr. Demmon
and Mr. Bashford. lf you happened to visit them you would probably find Mr.
Demmon trying desperately to make everyone sign out more. In spite of all the
many vocalizing problems they did an excellent job for this year.
BACK ROW: G. Grant,
S. Littler, R. Richards,
B. Grant, L. Gullett, G.
Snell, M. Babler, P.
O'Hannahan, G. Wise,
FRONT ROW: I.
Baczkowski, P. Riley,
D. Bovvker, M. Franklin
B. Poe, C. Ehmke, B.
Williams, S. Archuleta,
T. Gaetzke, P.
Ryplewski, I. Kutscher,
BACK ROW: T. Gaetzke,
F. Yates, G. Glubine,
K. Braun, L. Gullett, I.
Snell, P. Ryplewski, R.
Berni, I. Gonzales, G.
Ryplewski, B. Bush.
MIDDLE ROW: Mr.
Bashford, G. Grant, I.
McKim, V. Shaball, B.
Smith, S. Morgan, C.
Berni, H. Richards, P.
Riley, I. Baczkowski,
K. Braun. FRONT ROW:
C. Iones, C. Littler, D.
Tsinnijinnie, K. Parker,
S. Neff, K. Ebersole,
R. McKim, K. Schamens,
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STANDING: Loft to Right, john Anderson, Gordon Wise, Chuck Ehmke, Iim Baczkowski, Berni
Poo, Mike Lougee, Mr. Iim Dunn. FRONT: Bob Williams, Warren Bernard, john Snell, Rod
Glasser, Kent Braun.
This was a year of
building and prepara-
tion for the Panther
basketball team . The
players were young
and inexperienced and
needed a season be-
hind them . Under the
coaching of Mr. Dunn
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bright for these boys .
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This was a very disappointing season for the Panthers. The team was
young, small, and inexperienced. The team showed lots of spirit but
couldn't find the punch it needed.
Bob Williams, Manager: Mike Parker, Chuck Ehmke, John Snell, Bob Grant, Ron Clubine, John Duffell, Harold
Ebersole, Dale Roush, Berni Poe, Gordon Wise, Rusty Berni, Kent Braun, Alan Forbes, Ron Richards, Coach
MF- BLlCk, lim Gonzales, Ken Buck, Lloyd Gullett, Bill Bush, Tim
Gaetzke, Clayton Walters, Larry Morgan, Gerhardt Ryplewski, manager,
Richard Morgan .
For having coached only one season,
Mr. Buck, with his junior high team,
has had a good basketball season.
Mr. Buck's team has shown a great
fighting spirit and we all wish him
luck with his teams in the future.
NOT SHOWN: Gary Snell, David Bledsoe.
Even though few in number the
Panther track team is looking forward
to having a good team and doing well
in all track events. The track team
will not have any returning letterrnen
this year, but the spirit of the boys
ought to pay off despite being young
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Bartlett, Iohn Duffell, Allen Forbes, Mike Lougee,
John Snell, manager, Bob Williams .
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