Nederland High School - Nugget Yearbook (Nederland, CO)
- Class of 1965
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To show our appreciation, we, the
annual staff of l965, dedicate this
annual to you, Mr. Dunn. We ap-
preciate all of your tireless efforts
with us all through your teaching
and coaching. We want you to know
we are all thankful and very lucky
to have a teacher like you at
ANNUAL STAFF Ke'-v High'
The Annual Staff of l964-65 worked very hard this year to put out the best
Annual that was possible. The co-editors, Sandi Olsen and Carolyn Clubine,
kept the staff busy laying out the pages and the photographers busy taking
pictures. Members of the Annual staff were: Sandi Olsen, Carolyn Clubine,
Dave Murray, Steve Bentley, Kathy Hight, Judy Baczkowski, Pat Riley, Vicki
Shaball, and Carolyn Grant. Photographers were: Kathy Hight, Bob Grant,
Carolyn Clubine, Eva Trujillo, and Linda Wilson.
We hope that this "Nugget" of the year l964-i965 will help you recall the
happy moments spent with your friends.
y Steve Bentley, Dave Murray,
Mr. Buck, Sponsor, Sandi Olsen and Carolyn Pill Riley, Judy B., Carolyn G
Miss Sandra Humfreville . . . Our secretary for four years
and a good one . . . Has numerous jobs other than in the
office . . . Friend to all in the community and school . . .
Sandra resides in Nederland.
Mr. Guy Bennington . , . Rec'd B.A. from Upper Iowa Uni-
versity . . . Did graduate work at Drake in Des Moines,
Iowa and the University of Colorado . . . Rec'd MA. from
Colorado State College at Greeley, Colorado . . . ls in his
third year at Nederland High School.
Mrs. Amelia Miller . . . Rec'd B.S.
from Texas Women's University,
Denton, Texas in Business Ed ....
Did graduate work in guidance at
the University of Oklahoma and
Central State College, Edmond, Okla-
homa . . . Teaches typing, shorthand,
office practice, is the counselor, and
sponsors the school newspaper.
Mr. Russell Anderson . . . First year
at Nederland . . . Rec'd B.A. from
Olivet Nazarene College in lll ....
Teaches World History, American
History, civics, and Boy's P.E ....
Coaches football, basketball, and
sponsors the seventh grade.
Mrs. Miriam Cochran . . . Graduated
from Ball State with A,B .... Attend-
ed Butler U. and C.U. . . Teaches
English and Librarian . . Sponsors
the Pep Club.
Mr. Gerald Buck . . . Rec'd B.A. and
M.A. at C.S.C., at Greeley . . . Spon-
sors ninth grade, l.A. Club and the
Annual of 64-65 . . . Teaches wood-
working, crafts and drafting.
Mrs. Helen Langley . . . Rec'd B.A.
from C.S.U ..., Has credits from
Kan. State, U. C., U. Michoancana,
Academia international De Espanol,
and Purdue U .... Teaches ele-
mentary, high school Spanish . . .
Sponsors the Sophomore class and
the Spanish Club.
Mrs. Cora Fagre . . . Attended Grand
View Junior College in Iowa, and
lowa State U. Rec'd B.S. in Home Ec.
Graduated from Iowa State U ....
Teaches Girl's P.E., Home Ec. and
eighth grade Social Studies. Spon-
sors the Junior Class.
Mr. Bernard D. Bashford . . . Rec'd
B.M. at C.U. and M.M. and Con. of
Music at Lausanne, Switzerland . . .
Attended Law School at C.U ....
Teaches Elementary Junior High,
and High School Band and Chorus.
Mr. James Dunn . . . Sponsors the
eighth grade class and High School
Basketball . . . Rec'd B.S. from C.U.
Teaches Science, Physics, Chemistry,
Miss Suzanne Sparn . . . Rec'd B.A.
in math at C.U .... Graduate work at
C.U., Long Beach State, Calif., and
Helbroun, Ger .... Teaches math
and sponsors the Seniors and the Pep
Miss Donna Schaper . . . Rec'd B.A.
from Iowa State U .... Graduate
work at C.U .... Teaches Elementary,
Junior High, and High School Art.
Mr. Lester Bundy . . . Teaches the
sixth grade . . . First year at Neder-
land . . . Rec'd B.F.A. from U. of
Denver, and M.A. from C.S.C ....
Resides in Boulder . . . Served in the
U.S. Air Force.
Mrs. Iris Swisher . . . B.A. from Colo-
rado State College and an Associate
Arts from Lamoc Junior College . . .
Teaching her third year in the Neder-
land fifth grade.
Mrs. Francis Demuth . . . Teaches
fourth grade . . . Rec'd B.A. from
University of Colorado . . . Taught at
Nederland for seven years . . . Did
additional work at Kansas University.
Miss Diana Burg . . . B.S. from Morn-
ingside College in Iowa . . . She start-
ed teaching the second semester of
1964 at N.H.S .... She resides in
Mrs. Vera Bird . . . From Battle
Creek, Mich .... Rec'd B.S. at Wes-
tern Michigan U .... Graduate work
at Central Mich. U. and U. of Mich.
. . . Teaches the second grade.
Mrs. Lavina Dunn . . . Rec'd B.S. at
Capital U., Ohio . . . Also attended
Northern State Teachers College, S.
Dakota . . . Teaches the first grade.
Mrs. Emma J. Putnam . . . Rec'd B.A.
at lll. State U .... Graduate work at
C.U .... Second year of teaching
kindergarten at Nederland
Mrs. Norma Hefling is our school nurse and
a wonderful nurse she is. She has attended
the state university of New York and C.U.,
in which she received her M.S. degree. This
is her second year here at Nederland.
Eat! Everybody loves to eat and they love good food.
For this purpose, N.H,S. has two of the best cooks.
and Mrs. Wilson, to whom we owe
the delicious lunches.
We've got a spotless school and we owe our
thanks to Mr. Slaughenhoupt and Mr. Lippin-
cott. lt was quite a job for someone to go
around picking up after everyone, but our two
janitors did it very well.
We all thank our bc.. drivers, who take the great re-
sponsibility of transporting us to school every day.
As we all know, we'd rather ride than walk.
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We the class of "65" wish to show
our appreciation to Miss Sparn for
her patience and willingness to help
us in everything we did.
Carolyn Clubine is usually found in a
good mood. Her favorite pastime
is drawing. She is an old member of
the class, she has been with it for
l l years. Class President 3, 4, Class
Vice-President, Crafts Award 2, Pep
Club l, 2, 3, Pep Club President 2, 3,
Pep Club Vice-President l, Student
Council Vice-President, Dramatics,
Library, Homecoming Queen, Citi-
zenship Award 3, Twirler l, 2, Nug-
get Staff 3, 4, Nugget Co-Editor 4,
Nugget photographer, Newspaper
Staff 3, 4, Choir 4, Queen Candidate
Pal' Riley is called "Red" by her
friends, always has a smile for every-
one. Pat has been with the class for
l2 years. Class Vice-President 4,
Class Secretary 2, Class Treasurer 2,
Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club Presi-
dent 4, Student Council 3, Cheer-
leader 2, Nugget Staff 4, Band l, 2,
ff N 3, Chair l, 2, 3, 4, Twirler l,
Merry Christmas Candidate 4,
Dramatics 3, Band Award 3, Office
Practice 3, 4.
Sandi Olsen loves to talk about Louie
Jacobs and his car. She is a very
good student and very active in
school work. Class Secretary 3, 4,
Class Treasurer 3, 4, Pep Club 3,
Nugget Staff 3, 4, Nugget Co-Editor
4, Choir 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 3, 4,
Newspaper Editor 4, Typing Award
3, Chorus Award 3, Commercial
Linda Wilson called "Lin" by her
friends--has been a valuable mem-
ber of the class. She always has a
smile and enjoys teasing. Pep Club
member 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary l,
Pep Club Vice-President 4, Student
Council Rep. 4, Spanish Club Sec.-
Treas. 4, Nugget Staff 4, Newspaper
staff 4, Band l, Choir l, Library 2,
Rifle Club l, Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4.
Steve Bentley has been with the class
of '65 for two years now. He is well
liked by his fellow students. Likes
all kinds of history. Before coming
to Nederland, he went to state in
wrestling. Nugget staff 3, 4, News-
paper staff 3, 4, Newspaper editor 4,
Eva Trujillo is a great joker and loves
to tease. She is always in a good
mood and is known as "Evie" to her
many friends. A great asset to the
class of '65, Student Council Rep. 4,
Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4,
Nugget Staff and Photographer 4,
Dramatics l, Band l, Choir l, Li-
brary 2, 3, Rifle and l.R. Club l.
Warren Bernard is never serious. . .
Likes all outdoor sports, especially
hunting and fishing. He also likes
to read science fiction and Edgar AI-
Ien Poe. Nugget staff, Newspaper
staff, Basketball, 3, Choir, Library,
l.A. 4, Rifle Club 2.
Ron Clubine, often called "Clu", is a
car fiend. He is also known for his
ability to comment on any subject-
good or bad. He is liked by everyone.
Nugget staff 2, 3, Nugget Photog-
rapher 3, Nugget Bus. Manager 3,
Student Council Rep. l, Newspaper
staff 2, 3, Rifle Club 2, N Club l,
Ede Jenkins is fun loving and gets
along with everyone. She likes to
drive when she can find her keys. She
enjoys typing, but can't tell the dif-
ference between the "J" and "H"
keys. Pep Club 3, 4, Newspaper staff
4, Choir 3, 4, Dramatics 4, Miss
Merry Christmas candidate 4,
2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Santa
Claus candidate 4, Mr. Santa Claus
Dale Roush is the only senior who is
always taking a vacation, but he is
capable of maintaining good grades.
He is a great friend and quite a
joker. Football, Band l, 2, 3, Basket-
ball, Track, Rifle Club l, 2, Choir l,
4, Student Council 2, Newspaper
staff l, 2, N Club l, 2, 3, 4.
Judy Williams has just returned to
Nederland High School after a year
and a half at Boulder. She is lots of
fun to have around. Pep Club l, 2,
4, Twirler l, 2, Band 4, Choir l, 2,
4, Nugget staff l, Rifle Club l, Miss
Merry Christmas candidate 4.
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John Duffell loves to argue in a
friendly way. He is one senior who
towers all-6 ft., 3 ins. He is called
"Beau" by his friends. Student Coun-
cil Rep. 3, Dramatics 2, 3, 4, N Club
member 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Basket-
ball 3, Football 3, Track 3.
Harriet Richards, often called "Har-
ry" . . . is very friendly, She is a
hard worker and fun to be with. Al-
ways has her locker in a mess but
finds what she wants in it. Pep Club
l, 2, 3, 4, Head Twirler l, 2, Cheer-
leader 4, Head Cheerleader 4, Pom
PomGirl 3, Queen Candidate l, 2, 3,
Pep Club Vice-President 2, Student
Council Rep. 2, Choir l, 2, 3, 4,
Newspaper staff 2, Rifle Club l.
As the year drew to a close, we found the Senior
Class of l965 preparing for the future. As they
look toward the future, they will never forget
the past and will always look upon Nederland
High School with affection. Throughout its high
school years, the class has tried to live up to its
motto, "The Past is Gone, the Future is Ours."
The class colors were lavendar and silver and
their flower was the Lilac. The Senior Class
would like to wish the best of everything to
Paul Ryplewski is a ski bug. During
the winter months he can be found
at Lake Eldora. He is everyone's
friend and loves to joke around. Class
Treasurer l, Band l, 2, 3, Football
l, Football manager 2, Basketball 2,
N Club 2, Choir 3, Dramatics 2, 3, 4,
Newspaper staff 2, Nugget staff 2,
Rifle Club l, 2, 3.
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this their best year so for. They
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yeor were: Dove Murray and Rich
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who does everything ot the
lost minute. They are oc-
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school octivities, and were
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The Freshman Class is a
very enthused class. They
all like doing things for
other people and also try
to help the school the best
way they can. They were
hostess of the back to
school mixer and enjoyed
doing it very much. They
are all looking forward to
having more activities in
school and to being Sopho-
The class officers are:
Cindy Littler, Pres.
Gerhardt Ryplewski, Vice
Sandy Edgerton, Sec.
Tim Gaetzke, Student
Eighth Grade: Left to right: Eric Jenkins, Rohn Stilson,
Kathy Parker, Kerry Schamens, Rose Marie McKim, Sally
Neff, Chuck McBroom, Mike Babler, Robert Yates.
ln the year of 1964, the eighth grade gained two new students, Chuck Mc-
Broom, and a previous student of Nederland, Rohn Stilson. They hope to
gain more students in the years to come. The officers of the class are: Pres.
Rick Jenkins, Vice-Pres. Robert Yates, Secretary-Treasurer Mike Bablerg
Student Council Representative Kerry Schamens.
There are 22 members in the seventh grade class this year. The class officers
are: Pres. Tim Tyler, Vice-Pres. Steve Riley, Sec.-Treas. Mark McFarland,
Student Council Rep. Mark McFarland. This class hopes to become the best
class scholasticaly and academically.
Seventh Grade: Standing, left to right: Sam Bowker, Mark
McFarland, Dennis Cowdery, Kirk Braun, Steve Riley,
John Juul, Steve Shaball, Sharon Schamens, Diane Glasser,
Ruth Pharr, Linda Ryplewski, Roberta Sullivan, Diane
Hight, Jane Haselwood, Marilyn Snavely, Sitting, left to
right: Bill Buck, Bill Murray, Tim Tyler, Bill Norton, Larry
Qualls, Kathy Johnson, Wayne Taylor not shown.
Fifth Grade: Sitting, first row:
Karen Olsen, Dick Taylor,
Pam Ehmke. Sitting, second
row:' David Johnson, Karen
Snavely, Bonnie McKim.
Standing, first row: Debbie
Colthorp, Chuck Kutscher,
Lyle Pfarr, Bertha Pfarr,
Sixth Grade: Front: Suzy Neff, Debbie Motz, Keith Robinson, Roy
Schamens, Sophia Giggey, Tom Sfrohmeyer. Back: Everett Motz,
Eleanor Smith, John Trujillo, Kevin Fitzner, Pam Norton.
Fred Zamora, Ricky Qualls,
Casey Jones. Standing, sec-
ond row: Billy Bowker, Gene
Olsen, John Grant, Susan
Quick, Lois Williams, Bobby
Lougie, Karen Juul, George
Fourth Grade: Sitting, first row: Karen Miller, Cheryl Weller, Anne
Stilson. Sitting, second row: Glen Hendricks, Joe Smith, Susan Swift.
Standing: Audrey Cooley, Debbie Tyler, Tom Haselwood, Toby Trujillo,
Danny Platt, Jerry Schamens, Hayes Giggey, Russell Swift, Tad Smith.
THIRD GRADE: First Row: Nickie Adair, Phyllis Snavely, Leasa
Berni, Dale Schamens, Carla Strohmeyer, Sharon Booth, Neal
Swift, Christine Giggey, Second Row: Becky Cooley, Debbie
Bernicky, Mike Bowker, Mark Smith, and Raymond Willis,
SECOND GRADE: Kneeling: John Bernard, Robert Bernicky, Ray-
mond Whitlock, David Coltharp, Standing: First row: Shirley
Willis, Jim Qualls, Tom Stilson, Wanda Adamy, Daniel Snavely,
Judy Smith, Alice Haselwood, Pam Robinson, Second row: Teri
Williams and Susanne Miller.
FIRST GRADE: Sitting: James Taylor, Britt Platt, Liana Healing,
Lori Berni, Janet Adair, Doug Coltharp, Dan Cowdery, Richard
Norton, Back: Gwen Norton, Susan Booth, Laverne Calhoon,
Peggy Bernicky, James Smith, Mary Zamora, and Shirley Giggey.
KINDERGARTEN: Front row: Janice Snavely, Matt Adamy,
Barbara Yates, Sherry Willis, Back row: Lori Williams, Sue
Robinson, George Giggey, Mickey Cseh, Mrs. Putnam.
Librarian . . . Mrs. Buck
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The Panthers finished their football season with a very disappointing record.
The team was hampered very much because of its small size and number.
Next year the team is sure that it will have a successful season. Left to right:
back row: Coach Anderson, Chuck Ehmke, Grodon Wise, Ron Clubine, Ron
Richards. Front row: Kent Braun, Mike Parker, Bob Williams, Dave Murray,
The Panther Track Team is looking forward to having a good year. We are
hoping that this will be a successful year. Although they are few in number,
the spirit of the boys should pay off despite being young and inexperienced.
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JUNIOR HIGH BASKETBALL
The Junior High Basketball team helped a lot this year to keep up our school
spirit. The team played its six games in the afternoons after school and under
the coaching of Mr. Anderson, the team did its best at all games. Members of
the team were: Mike Babler, Kirk Braun, Bill Buck, Dennis Cowdery, Rick
Jenkins, John Juul, Mark McFarland, Steve Riley, Steve Shaball, Rohn Stilson,
Donald Taylor, Tim Tyler, Gerhardt Ryplewski, Ken Buck, Walter Johnson,
and Fred Yates.
The N Club is composed of the Nederland High School letter-
men. This club has an exclusive membership of sports-minded
boys who have earned a letter in any of the various school
The Student Council of 64-65 has planned and accomplished many activities.
Under the guidance of Mr. Bennington and the leadership of the executive
board, the council has been very successful.
Under the direction of
Mrs. Buck the drama
club has done a good
job. A good time was
had by all while work-
ing on the plays and
learning about the
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All members on the staff showed
enthusiasm in the work of the paper,
which was done on their own time.
With the help of her machinery and
the encouraging help of our sponsor,
Mrs. Miller, the staff met every dead-
This year the Pep Club's main purpose was to promote school spirit. The of
ficers are: President, Pat Riley, Vice-President, Linda Wilson, Secretary-Treas
urer, Sue Littler, Student Council Representative, Kathy Hight.
Under the leadership of Harriett Richards, the Cheerleaders
have had a good year, although the season has been short. New
motions and ways of improving their cheers were accomplished
this summer at the Cheerleader's workshop in Denver. Left to
right: Carolyn Grant, Judy Baczkowski, Harriet Richards. Not
shown: Jackie Neff.
INDUSTRIAL ARTS CLUB
This is the first year that Nederland
High has had a Spanish Club . . . it
is small, only five members, but they
work hard toward encouraging their
fellow students in the study of
The newly formed Industrial Arts
Club, sponsored by Mr. Buck, is a
self-supporting organization, based
on the development of the creative
abilities of the members. The plans
of this club included the building of
a slot racing track. The funds for
the project were from sales of items
created by the members.
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The Rifle Club, under the leadership
of Mr. Thurston is a very useful or-
ganization. They meet every Thurs-
day night from 3:l5 until 4:00 p.m.
at the County Garage.
JR. AND sn. CHORUS
With the growing number of students participating in chorus, a Junior High
Choir was formed. The chorus, under the leadership of Mr, Bashford, worked
very hard this year and put on many programs.
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Nederland is very proud of their band which is under the direction of Mr
Bashford. With an increase in students the band has done an excellent job
Their goals are high but with their spirit and effort they will meet them.
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6. Betsy Kutscher
9. Judy Baczkowski
l. Best Dressed
2. Best Personality
6. Biggest and Littlest
7. Atheletic 2. Kathy Hight
8. Succeed Dave Murray
5. Barbara Smith
4. Sandi Olsen Kent Braun
8. Linda Wilson
7. Sue Littler
IO. Sue Littler l l. Ede Jenkins
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6. Harriet R.--Home Ec.
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8. Judy W.--GirI's P.E.
9. Dale R.-Math
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April IO, 1965
Band: The Offenders
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B., Eva T.,
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