Nederland High School - Nugget Yearbook (Nederland, CO)
- Class of 1968
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The dedicaTion of The i968 NuggeT is To
The Teacher whom The annual sTaFf feels
has helped The school mosT Through his 7
years of Teaching. He has ediTed The
annual for several years before This year's
NuggeT and was The head of phoTography
This year. We feel ThaT affer all his ener-
geTic supporT of The annual he duly de-
serves To haveThis year's NuggeT dedicaTed
To him. We, The annual sTaFf of T968 and
The STudenT body are very proud of Mr.
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Many Thanks To The faculTy for
Their persisTanT pounding which
perhaps resulTed in a few of us
learning someThing. Very sin-
cerely yours, The STudenT Body.
Mr. Milf Miller...wenT To D.U. where he received his
B.M.E. . .He Teaches Elemenfary Music, Jr. and Sr. high
Band and Chorus .
Mrs. Donna Purdy. . . affended
Hillsdale College, Hillsdale ,
Michigan where she received her
B.A. She Teaches Science, Social
STudies, and English To The 7th
grade and MaTh To The 7Th and
Mr. Russell Anderson. . . Received B. A. from OllveT
Nazerene College in Illinois. . . He Teaches Am. Problems,
Am. Hisfory, Psychology and boys P.E. Mr. Anderson
is also The fooTball coach and isThe sponsor of Sophomore
Mrs. JaneTTe Bennedicf aTTended
C.U. and received her B.S. aT
C. S.U. . . She Teaches Home Ec.
and girls P. E.
8l'h grade .
Mrs. Zelda Rouillcrd. . . She attended
Kearney STaTe College, Nebraska, Univer-
siTy College of The SouThwesT of England
aT Exfer. She goT her Docfors Degree aT
C.U. She Teaches Sr. high English and
Mr. Chriss Monk. . .B.S. aT Wisconsin STaTe U., STreus
PoinT, Wisconsin. M. Ed. aT U. of Texas, ElPaso, Texas.
He Teaches Biology, Chemisfry, General Science, Earfh
Science, Living Science, Track coach, and assisT. fooT-
Mrs. Suzanne Bundy. . .attended C.U.,
and Longbeach State. She teaches Algebra
l - ll, Pre-Calculus and 7-8th grade Math.
Mr. Jay Neibur. . .B.A. Arizona State Coll-
age CN.A.U. I M.A. Arizona State University.
Teaches Civics, World History, Geometry,
General Math, and 7th Grade Geography.
Mrs. Amelia Miller...attended C.U. and
got her B.S. from Texas Women's University,
Denton, Texas. She also did graduate work
at O.U. and Central State College in Okla-
Miss Donna Schaper...Received B. A.
from Iowa State University. Did graduate
work at C.U. She teaches Elementary,
Junior and Senior High School Art.
Mr. Gerald Buck.. .attended C.S.C. where
he received his B.A. and M.A. He teaches
Mrs. Helen Langley. . .attended University of
Arizona, Kansas State College, Colorado Univer-
sity, Purdue, Universidad Michoacana, Academia
Internacional de Espanol, and received her B.A.
at Colorado State College. She teaches Spanish
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During his first year here atN.H.S., our Principal, FS- OVYUG 6 U9-H y 9
Mr. Guy, has given U5 excellent leadership and to VoTech or into any other field, Mrs. Hefling
lW0S PVOVGH Yl'1Ol he l'1OS The true Panther Spirit. is the one to see for all the courses you'll need to
We hope he is with us for years to come. SUCCe6d in these OYGGS-
Secretaries. .Mrs. Caroline Bell and Mrs. Marian Eaton.
These two people are completelyresponsible for keeping
books and records in order. They've done a good job
and we should be proud of them.
Bus Drivers: From left to
right: Mrs. Snavely, Mrs
Robinson, Mrs. Slaughen-
houpt, Mr. Ward, Mr
Whipple, Mr. Williams, Mr.
Beagle, and Mr. Slaughen-
houpt. Thank you for the
sate transportation you have
Mrs. Edgerton fleftl has helped to
keep the lunch room neat and orderly
Lunch Room: Mrs. Riley and Mrs.
Wilson have provided us with the
school lunches throughout the year.
School Maintenance: Our thanks go
to Mr. Lippincott and to Mr. QSIUQD
Slaughenhoupt for their good work
in keeping the school neat.
The football team did better this year and will probably get better long before it gets
worse. The players this year were left to right, Back row: Coach Anderson, Rohn
Stilson, Rock Sorenson, Jim Ewing, Gerhardt Ryplewski, Steve Riley, Dennis Cow-
dery, and Asst. Coach Monk. Left to right, Front row: Kevin Fitzner, Bill Hayes,
Mike Babler, Mark Mayhew, Rick Jenkins, JohnTruiillo, Sam Bowker, Everett Motz.
Run Rick Run!
Another T. D. for Babler's records.
For extra yards, sweep the ends.
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This year's A-Squad consisfed of: Leff To righr Mark Mayhew, Jim Ewing, Bob Dorn-
brock, Gerhard? Ryplewski, Coach Anderson. Borfom Row Left 'ro Righrz Manager-
Jim Brooks, Mike Babler, Rohn Srilson, Manager-Tim Tyler. Players nor shown were
Torn Chapman, Steve Riley, Sieve While, and Kirk Braun.
Way Up Gerhardf Mike scores one more for N. H.S.
H vs. Bailey 44-54
T vs. Estes Park 43-86
H vs. Lookout Mt. 52-77
T vs. Platt Canyon 46-34
T vs. Lookout Mt. 40-57
T vs. Lyons 46-85
H vs. Bertlnoud 43-72
H vs. Erie 45-74
H vs. Wiggins 33-119
T vs. Lyons 45-79
H vs . Estes Park 44-67
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"B" Squad: Lett to Right: Mark Mayhew, Steve Riley, Coach Neibur, Dennis Cow-
dery, Rohn Stilson. Not shown: Bill Buck, Steve White, Tim Tyler, Tom Chapman
and Steve King.
The track team does not involve a great many boys, but their efforts are well worth
meI'1fiOr1ing.Lett to Right,Back: Sam Bowker, J.D. Carelli, Mark Mayhew. Front:
Jim Ewing and Coach Monk.
Junior High Basketball: Back Row Left to Right: Toby Truiillo, Danny Platt, Everett
Motz, Roy Schamens, Ron Stoops, Neil Barnett, Jerry Nusbaum and Roland Bolenaler.
Front Row Lett to Right: Benny Fresques, Jerry Schamens, Billy Bowker, Kerrel Bell,
Keith Robinson, Craig Robinson, Tom Hazelwood, and Hayes Giggey.
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Mike BGIOISV KING: JIM EWING
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Monk and Mr. Anderson, the ski club is still in development
stage but its enthusiasm is growing rapidly.
Under the supervision of Mr. Buck, the rifle club is
mostly boys, with the exception of four
girls who will become expert marlcsmen of the future.
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The Student Council of 1967-68, under The sponsorship of Mrs. Hefling, has planned and
accomplished many activities. With continuous backing from the council, we feel that
N.H.S. will be more successful year after year.
Under the supervision of Mrs. Rouillard, the Panthers Purr has proved to be a great asset to
the school and community. The editor of the i967-68 Panthers Purr is Sandi Edgerton.
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This year's cheerleaders have brought new spirit to N.H.S. The head cheerleader, Judy
Meredith, has done her best to provide our school with new spirit. The other cheerleaders
are Linda Ryplewski, Rickee Carelli and Roberta Sullivan.
The pep club this year may be smaller than last year, but they still cheer our team on to
the last minute of the game.
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feel will develop greatly through the years.
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This group represents the most athletic and enthusiastic boys at N. H.S. Thanks to
them N.H.S. has a great deal ot school spirit.
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I, Ken Buck, will the idea of "Chevys" is g
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enough to take it.
I, Sandi Edgerton, will my ability to keep
a neat and orderly Iocker to anyone who is
brave enough to take it.
I, Fred Yates, will my privilege to attend this
great school to LBJ, who acts like he still needs
a high school diploma.
I, Cindy Littler, will my ability to get put in the trash
can to anyone who has Iong enough Iegs to get out by themselves.
I, Gerhardt Ryplewski, will my ability to forget to think ot anything
to write for a will to Linda Shaffer in hopes she can use this very same
line in I97I .
I, Betsy Kutscher, will my charm, beauty, poise, height, and all my boy-
friends to anyone who cares to take them, in hopes that they too, will be
able to Iead an exciting lite like mine.
I, Judy Meredith, do will and bequeath, all ot my Algebra II problems to
my sister Carlene, in hopes that she will understand them better than I did.
I also will my messy locker to Lynne Crow and Mike Babler.
I, Mary McCollum, will my ability not to get jokes to Charlotte Nusbaum, in
hopes that she will as well as I have with this good fortune. I also will my ability
to type to Berta Sullivan and my ability to do math problems to Lynne Crow, and I
know they will both appreciate these fine gifts.
Gerhardt has a funny name and a
long body but his participation in
school activities is outstanding as
is displayed by his record of Senior
class Pres. 45 Football 45 Basket-
ball l-2-3-45 Ski Club Pres. 45
N-Club 3-45 Class Vice Pres. 1-25
and Choir l-2.
We the Seniors of 1968 would
like to thank Mr. Gerald Buck
for his supervision and guidance
through the years here at
N . H . S.
Judy Meredith has done a fantastic amount for
her school in the two short years she has been
with us. Her contributions are Student Council
President 45 League Student Council Secre-
tary 45 Head Cheerleader 45 Student Coun-
cil Representative 2-35 Homecoming Queen
35 Drama 35 Cheerleader 25 Class Vice Pres-
ident T5 and Annual Staff 3.
Being class Vice President 3-45
Student Council Representative
35 Rifle Club T-25 Paper Staff
35 Student Council Alternate
25 and Track l, takes a lot of
time other than the regular
curriculum and Fred should be
proud of it.
We all appreciate the things
Tim has done and l'm sure we'll
remember him for a long time.
He was Class President T-35
Student Council Representative
2-45 Student Council Vice
President 35 Band l-2-35 Choir
T-3-45 N-Club 2-45 Track 2-
35 Basketball 2-35 and Ski Club
Jim Ewing, between rebuilding his
transmission and upholstering his
car has had time to participate in
Football l-2-3-45 Basketball 'I-2-
3-45 Track l-2-3-45 Homecoming
King 45 and N-Club and G-Club
Cindy Littler in the past has been a
great contributor to our school spirit
in such areas as Pep Club l-2-35
Girls Choir 25 Rifle Club 25 Drama
Club l5 Chorus l-2-35 Paper Staff
3-45 and Music Club 2.
We all like Vicki and appre-
ciate the many things she has
done. PepClub 'l-2-3-45 News-
paper Staff 2-3-45 Chorus l-35
Music Club 25 and Drama 2.
Mary McCollum is a very enthusiastic partici-
pant in student activities as is evidenced by
her record of Pep Club l-2-35 Pep Club Pres-
ident 45 Student Council Secretary 45 Class
Secretary 25 Newspaper Staff 35 and Annual
Ken Buck is one ofthe quieter person-
alities of the Senior class but he
contributed to Basketball l- 25
Track l5 Football 35 and Rifle Club
Bob Dornbrock has been one of the
better supporters of our basketball
team and a great supporter of the
whole school spirit. His contribu-
tions are, Basketball 3-45 and N-
Betsy is always, quietly slipping
around the halls attending her vari-
ous meetings including Drama Club
l5 Pep Club l-2-35 Rifle Club
25 Choir 2-35 Girls Choir 25 Paper
Staff 3-45 and Music Club 2.
Sandi is efficient in everything she
does no matter how many things she
is doing at the moment. It's a good
thing too because she's been Class
Secretary, Treasurer l-2-35 Drama
Club 25 Pep Club l-2-35 Rifle Club
T5 Student Council Treasurer 45
Paper Staff 2-3-45 and Future
Secretaries Association 3.
Cathy is a very fun loving sort
and gets along with everybody.
Her extracurricular efforts are
limited but she gave TOOOXQ in
Pep Club T-2-35 and Drama 3.
Walter Johnson is rather slow on the iump
but when he jumps watch out! It's sure we'll
miss him. He contributed to Basketball l-25
and Rifle Club l.
Galen and his Mustang have
put in a great deal of years for
Rifle Club I-2-35 and School
Paper Reporter l-2-3. We're
proud of him.
Crickett Dolan doesn't say much but from
the record she gave us she has led a pretty
active life in High School. She has partic-
ipated in Pep Club l-2-35 SkiClub l-2-
3-45 Drill Team 25 Future Homemaker's of
America l-2-35 Drama Club l-25 and
Gymnastic Club 2-3.
Bill Hayes does a lot of ioking and
laughing and. . .and. . .but being a
Football player 45 and an N-Club
member 4 is worthy of note.
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Our Hard workin' Senior Execs:
President: Gerhardt Ryplewski
Vice-President: Fred Yates
Secretary: Judy Meredith
The Arrogant Sophomores:
President: Rickee Corelli
Vice-President: Linda Ryplewski
Secretary: Kirk Braun
Juniors are coming up with:
President: J. D. Care li
Vice-President: Mike Babler
Secretary: Lynne Crow
Down Below the Freshmen have:
President: Carlene Meredith
Vice-President: Sam Bowker
Comin' up in the 8th grade are:
President: Karen Snavely
Vice-President: Bill Bowker
Secretary: Patti Denning
We're proud of the 7th grade Execs
President: Shirley Stoops
Vice-President: Karen Miller
Secretary: Anne Stilson
By The year I979, Ken Buck will be known as
The World' GreaTesT "Chevy" designer.
Galen Clubine is To become a fuTure MisTer America
candidaTe and will have The besT buiIT body in hisTory.
In I972, CrickeTT Dolan will be The "TaIIesT Girl In The
IT is said ThaT by I97I, Mike Eyre will be The only Topless-
mini-skirTed waiTress wiTh hair on his chesT in The world.
By l97I, Bob Dornbrock will be The shorTesT, heavy-weighT
champ of The world.
In a few years, Tim Eyre will mosT likely be wiping ouT
Yamahas in The American MoTorcycIe AssociaTion NaTionaI
IT is said ThaT in 1970, Vicki Shaball will be Teaching The senior
boys how To seT and sTyIe hair.
As we look farTher we see ThaT by I98l, Tim GaeTzke will be The
presidenf of NorTh VieT Nam.
By The year I97O, Fred YaTes will be Telling Polock jokes To The
In I969, Mary McCollum will be siTTing on Gov. Love's
lap Taking noTes and wriTing dirTy leTTers To LBJ in her
IT is said that by The year I978, Cindy LiTTIer will be
running around in a Trash can.
IT is said ThaT Bill Hayes will go on ioking, and joking
and Joking, and JOKing, AND JOKING.
WouIdn'T you know iT? By The year I970, GerhardT Ryplewski
will be Tired of waiTing for Rickee Corelli and will Take up The
occupaTion of being an egg sTeaIer.
By The year I978, BeTsy KuTscher will be known as The Famous
acTress and singer, Nancy Lee Bardof who wroTe The marvelous
novel enTiTIed, "As The Wind Blows Down The Alley, So Does
The DusT! "
We see ThaT by I97O, WalTer Johnson will be hiiacking planes
for The Russian SecreT Police.
In later years if you visiT The hospital you will probably find
Judy MerediTh sTiIl pondering The meaning of NCO3 buT we
know she'lI be a good nurse,
IT is said ThaT in I969, CaThy Ewing will still be working in The A iiiil
library passing ouT slips saying, "Book Overdue! I I " A
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ANNUAL STAFF: Bock Row: ScoTT Thompson, Peggy Gunn, Cindy LiTTier, KoThy
Johnson ond Rock Sorenson. FronT Row: Jane Hcselwood, Sponsor-Mrs. Miller, EdiTor
Rohn STiison, Vicki Shobcill, and Chc1roieTTe Nusboum. NOT Shown STeve Whife.
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The Annual STQTT in The various sTc1ges
of yearbook producTion.
Band-Front row: L. Replewski, R. Carrelli, S. Schamens, L. Megan, B. McKim,
J. Anderson, D. Wheeler, L.A. Sharkey. 2nd row: A. Cooley, A. Stilson, J
Smith, T. Strohmeyer, S. Riley, D. Platt, R. Jenkins, T. Geatzke, K. Robinson
S. Bowker, H. Giggey, Mr. Miller, K. Bell, T. White, L. Williams, S. Thompson
Choir-Buck row: S. King, S. Bowker, D. Cowdery, T. Strohmeyer, T. Gaetske,
R. Jenkins, K. Robinson, D. Platt, K. Bell, J. White. 2nd row: J. Smith, J.'
Anderson, A. Cooley, L. Magan, S. Wheeler, D. Glasser, P. Norton, C. Anderson,
G. Fresquez. 3rd row: Mr. Miller, L. Bowen, K. Miller, L. Thompson, K. Scho-
mens, L. Williams, L.A. Shorkey.
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