Nederland High School - Nugget Yearbook (Nederland, CO)
- Class of 1973
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Text from Pages 1 - 64 of the 1973 volume:
JUNIOR-SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
EDITOR: JILL GLASSER
ASSISTANT EDITOR: DAN PLATT
PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR: TOM HASELWOOD
COPY EDITOR: LINDA MOUNTJOY
STUDENT ADVISOR: FRAN SNOW
CO-SPONSORS: KAYE MORES
Morning has broken ,
Like the first morning
Blackbird has spoken
Like the first bird
Praise for the singing
Praise for the morning
Praise for them springing
Fresh from the word
Sweet the rains new fall
Sunlit from heaven
Like the first dew fall
On the first grass
Praise for the sweetness .
Of the wet garden
Sprung in completeness
Where his feet pass
Mine is the sunlight
Mine is the morning
Born of the one light
Eden saw play
Praise with elation
Praise every morning
of the new day . . .
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Student Council Executive Board:
Michelle Bryant, President
Desi Kline, Vice-President
Tom White, Treasurer
Anne Williams, Secretary
to the rest of the Council.
.. - of the gross income. As thelr share Coun
eil handles the book work and is responsible
for supplying and inventorying the merchan
A new tradition was started this year in
Student Council with two retreats A back
pack trip in August and a winter trip to the
YMCA Camp in Estes Park were highly sue
cessful. Students who traveled to state work
shops and conferences used their experiences
as a basis to transmit what they had learned
Student Council planned many projects
as a result of these retreats, including a
cleanup of the school grounds and a Snow
The Student Council manages a candy
and school supply store before school and
during break. The store is sublet on a tem
porary basis to other organizations for 4O'Zn
Pictured upper left is Mrs Carol Hilde
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10th Grade Sponsors:
10th Grade Officers:
9th Grade Sponsors:
9th Grade Officers
8th Grade Sponsors:
Sth Grade Officers:
7th Grade Sponsors:
7th Grade Officers:
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Junior High Sports really got underway this
year. For the first time,junior high cheerlead-
ers were selected to lead the teams through
football, basketball and the first season of
wrestling. Dawn Rosenburg, Destinae Thomp-
son and Terry Moreland were this year's cheer-
Don Wiken coached the basketball team,
and Dan Hamilton, a newcomer to NHS, served
as football coach. Chuck Boerio sponsored the
JR. HIGH SPORTS
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Homecoming is a traditional time anywhere, and Nederland is no
different. The week was filled with activities. Both students and teach-
ers enjoyed dress-up days. One day bobby sox, rolled blue jeans and
ponytails, as well as crinoline skirts and leather jackets, appeared when
the faculty dressed as they did in the fifties.
The powderpuff game was played twice-both times, the "champs"
ended with a score of 0 to 0. The parade expanded this year. Every
class entered and the juniors won first place with their caged Lion. The
prize winning float is pictured ab ove.
The highlight of the week was the ame against the Lyons Lions.
That evening, junior High students held their homecoming dance,
crowning Vicki John and Brad jankowski Spirit Girl and Boy. The Se-
nior Hig dance on Saturday ended the wee 's festivities. Tara Bunn
and John Simpson were named Spirit Girl and Boy for the Senior High.
Driver's Ed., P.E.
Two persons joined the staff this
year: -Mr. Wendel, Junior High En-
glish and Mrs. Giggey, study hall
supervisor. Relieved of study hall
duties, nearly all teachers taught six
classes, thus enriching the curricu-
Sue Buck Don Wiken Study Hall
Speech, Theatre Math
In 1970, Carroll Martin became
principal of NHS. Through chang-
ing faces, through the move from
an old building to a new one,
through struggles, laughter and
growth, the school became a com-
Now, three years later, the
school is being evaluated for ac-
creditation by the North Central
A principal's success can't be
measured in statistics. Rather, it is
something intangible, having to do
with morale, communication and
the shared feeling that NHS is
something special. Carroll Martin
seems to have accomplished it all.
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The Juniors plan and pay for the
Junior Senior Prom every year. As
this major event is expensive, this
year's Juniors operated the Student
Council store and sold calendars to
Juniors were also active in the
drama productions of GREEN VAL-
LEY, The three One-Acts, and
YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE
BROWN, as well as Council, Ski
Club and other activities.
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When the hopeful group of high schoolers meet to
try out for a play, they begin the changes from
cheerleader to flirtatious witch, from football player
to farmer. On that night, also, a group is formed that
will laugh and fight its way to the tense, high-spirited
night when they sit on a hot, lighted stage and listen
to the sounds of the audience coming noisily, ex-
The elite of this bunch are the Thespians, students
who have contributed 100 hours or more to various
drama productions. Mrs. Sue Buck, director and
Thespian sponsor, is pictured this page, top left.
Thespian officers are pictured opposite page, center
left. They include Tom Haselwood, Presidentg Fran
Snow, Vice President and Student Council Represen-
tativeg and Jan Wheeler, Secretary-Treasurer. Other
Thespians include jill Glasser, Dan Platt, Anne Wil-
liams, Joe Smith, Bob Cooley, Linda Mountjoy, and
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For many years, various small groups have
met in corners of the building to pursue a com-
mon interest. Perhaps one ofthe most long
lived of these groups has been the Industrial
Afts Club. Jerry Buck, sponsor, was named
Outstanding IA teacher for 1973 in Colorado.
The Downhill Ski Club comes and goes, but
it always has a large following. Chuck Boerio is
sponsor. This Year a Cross Country Ski Club
was formed. Several times during the year,
members, and sponsors Burke Taft and Ed
Wendel explored the trails in back of the
school. An all-day tour was held during the
The Girls' Gymnastic Team, along with a
touch football team, a volleyball team and the
track enthusiasts, were active in district com-
petition this year, under the leadership of Lila
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Bob Cooley Stew Anderson
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The journalism room seems to have its own per
sonality. Repetitious playings of Cat Stevens, cartoons -
on the chalkboard, and salami smells from the institu-
tional gray file cabinet probably have something to do
with this. Journalism people also have a tendency to
turn the room upside down, whether literally, or in
search of the stories that somehow manage to get lost
on the perpetually clean table.
The persons responsible for publishing the bi-weekly
NEDERLAND PANTHER include Editor Stew Ander-
son, pictured aboveg and staff members Ron Adams,
Sports Editor, Fran Snow, Linda Mountjoy, Vicki Gen-
try, Barney Jones, Artist, Sue Vasicek, Tom White,
Linda Bowen, Eddie Johnson and Joyce Dansdill. Al-
though Kevin Brock has been a member of the paper
staff for three years, he managed to be absent the day
pictures were taken. Don McCann printed the paper at
Vo-Tech. during the first semester. Mrs. Kaye Mores is
Sharin the Journalism room and mischief with the
aper stag' is the staff of THE NUGGET. Staff mem-
bers, pictured on the opposite page, include Linda Eber-
hardt, Jim Smith, Doug Mountjoy, Belinda Keene, Alice
Ross, Jill Glasser, the editorg Linda Mountjoy, Fran
Snow and Ed Kline. Terri Moreland, Linda Laffen and
Maureen Maloney also worked on the yearbook, along
with Suzi Cooley, business manager.
A major part of a yearbook is the photography.
Head photographer is Tom Haselwood, who developed
and printed most of the pictures. Debra Tyler shot
them. Michelle Bryant and Anne Stilson also worked on
The yearbook staff would like to thank Miss Donna
Schaper and Mrs. Kaye Mores, sponsors, who contribu
ted many Saturdays, school days and donuts to the
production of the yearbook.
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Class of 1973
May 18, 1955 February 3, 1972
Like a cold
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poatant to thole aaound hea.
People looh up and amile when
the comet in, on hide a gain
when they aealize the Acaipt 05
an 'iniide' johe hai been ae-
waltten a tmigle 60a the hun-
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togethen many houab--undea bad
conditionl, at well at good.
Fon thii aeaion, we Aaved
the dedication 50a the end 05
oun 'dayH, i5 only to cement
oua geeling that Mal. Monet waa
the Apecial peaion that thin
booh ihould be dedicated to.
i lat taying
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behind me and
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but the woadt
Thanh you gon accepting unoathodox indexet and
Thanh you Aon talhing to my Aniend that day.
Thanhi gon laughing the time we tuaned the aoom up-
Thanh you 50a teaching ws to dioaebpect the
inteaauption 05 a poem. You taught ui about
neipect, too--to looh at people gaialy.
Thanh you gon going to Eagle AO we could bee
what oua plant gon thil page bounded lihe in 5ull
voice--and thanhl gon coming bach. Zt'A much moae
gun to have to wonh at heeping a Aecaet. Wie. nevea
woahed 60 hand in own live4.l
Thanh you Aon teaching ui all about the empeaon
05 ice caeam and Acaned cattle.
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