Nederland High School - Nugget Yearbook (Nederland, CO)
- Class of 1976
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Class of Seventy-Six Is Gone . . .
After the rain So was the class of "76" showing their spirit
As the sun hits the clouds Adding richness to our school
A rainbow displays its Vibrant colors But they've gone out into the World
And then fades away. Seeking their identity.
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Senior Class Helps Cupid
Yea! School's out for the senior class of 'f76".
Many seniors found they had senioritis during the
first semester of the year and ll seniors left NHS at
the close of 1975.
Most seniors have taken an active role at school,
supporting teams such as track, football, basketball,
wrestling and skiing. The senior class consists of 55
people, and those 55 engaged in a lot of activities:
cheerleading, pep club, national honor society, student
council, yearbook and the
school paper to name a few.
On Valentines day this year the seniors helped the
cupid strike by putting on a sweetheart sock hop and
sold valentines during lunch the week before. Friday
the thirteenth, the seniors delivered the valentines. A
supreme effort was made to embarrass all lower
classmen and teachers by reading the valentines aloud.
A lot of red faces were seen that day!
Seniors have a reputation for getting things done, a
long list of each senior's accomplishments are included
in the senior section.
Destinae Thompson Harbert
Six of our classmates have heen in Nederland schools for
13 years. The six are: Shirley Giggey, Brett Platt, Janice
Jenson, jim Smith, Penny Archuleta, and Dan Cowdery
lNot Picturedj, Congratulations!
Class colors: Red, Vllhite, Blue
Flower: White Carnation
Class Officers: President, Tony Brekken, Vice President,
jim Smith, Secretary-'llreasurer, .leanine Whitney.
Motto: You see things as they are: and you ask A'VVliy?".
Burl dream things that never were: andl ask HVVhy
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DAVE ADAMS: Football 9-12, N-
Club 118412, Skiing 118412, SC
workshops 9, Student Council
rep. 9-10, Newspaper 12, Stage
BOB ARBAUGH: Basketball 9,
Skiing 12, Football 9-12, Track
9, Wrestling 9, Student Council
PENNY ARCHULETA: Basketball
118412, Track 108411, Volley-
ball 9-12, Pep Club 108411,
GAC 118412 pres. German Club 11,
NHS 12, Cheerleader 108411,
Homecoming Queen 12, Girls all
Conference B. Ball 12, Out-
standing B. Ball 74-75.
CARRIE BERTRAM: Gymnastics 12,
Pep Club 9-12, GAC 12, Student
Council head of projects comm-
ittee 12, SAC 12, Yearbook 12,
Central City Queen 75.
RANDY BRANNON: Basketball 12,
Football 9-12, Wrestling 1084
11, N-Club 1 18412, Homecoming
TONY BREKKEN: Basketball 9-12
Football ll, Track 9, Volleyball
Assistant Coach 12, N-Club
10-12, Pep Club 10, French
Club 10, Student Council rep
9, 108412, Class Officer
Pres 12, Treas. 9, Thespian
118412, Yearbook 12, Homecom-
ing Attendant 11, SC workshop
BOB BRYANT: Football 12,
LESLIE CALLISTER: Volleyball
10-12, Pep club 98410, GAC 10-
12 V. Pres. and Treas. 12,
Spanish Club 9, German Club
ERIC CARLINE: Basketball 9,
Skiing 9-12, Newspaper 12.
KURT CARLSON: Skiing 10-12.
CHERYL CLIFFORD: Basketball
118412, Track 12, Volleyball
12, Pep Club 9-11, Thespian
CRIS COOLEY: Basketball 9-12
Football 9, 118412, Gymnastics
9, Pep Club 10, French Club
11, Student Council rep. 984510,
SAC 12, Thespian 118412, Year-
book Editor of Photography 12.
DAN COWDERY: Basketball Man-
ager 98411, Football Manager
108411, Jr. Achievement 108412.
LORRI CRONIN: Basketball 10,
Track 10, Volleyball 10-12,
Pep Club 10-12, GAC ll pres.
12, NHA 118412, Student Council
Officer 11, Cheerleader 10-12,
DANA DANIEL: Skiing 108412,
Newspaper Editor Second Sem.
12, NHS 12, Boys State 11.
KIM DAVIS .
KAY DICKINSON: Basketball 10,
Volleyball 10, Gymnastics 9,
Pep Club 9, 108411, GAC Histor-
ian 11, German Club v. pres. 11,
Student Council Rep. 108411,
Cheerleader 11, Thespian 12,
Booster Club Carnival Spook
house chairman 12.
GREG ERICSONL Track 108411,
Spanish Club 9.
BILL FARRELL: Football 10, N-
Club 10, Track 9, Skiing 108412,
DEAN HARBERT: Basketball 10,
Football 9-12, Track 11, Wres-
tling 9, Skiing 1 18412, N-Club
10, Student Council rep. 10,
Homecoming Attendant 98410,
Captain of football team 12.
DESTINAE THOMPSON HARBERT:
Track 108411, Skiing 10-12, Ski
team Captain 1 18412, Gymnastics
10-12, Pep Club 9-11, GAC 1184
12, German Club 1 1, Student
Council rep. 10, Class Officer
SecfTreas. 10, Cheerleader 9,
108412, Homecoming attendant 9,
Winter Carnival Queen l 1.
LINDA HOOKS: Yearbook 12.
DIANE HOUSER: Pep Club 10.
MARTHA HORWITZ: NHS 118412,
Newspaper 118412, Editor lst
JANICE JENSON: French and
Spanish Clubs 11.
SUZI KIEHN: Basketball 10,
CHARLES LANDERS: Track 9.
DENNIS LARSON: Not graduating.
CHERYL LAST: Basketball 10,
GAC 10-12, Volleyball 10-12,
Gymnastics ll, Pep Club 9-11
Treas. 12, NHS 12, Student
council Treas. 11, Pres.12,
Rep 9-12, SAC 11, Class Treas.
11, Cheerleader 118412, Year-
book 118412, Student Council
workshops 108411, Junior march-
all, Bicentennial Chairman.
CINDY RUGG McCOLLUM
GARY MAHER: Football 9-12,
Skiing 108412, N-Club 118412,
Newspaper Sports Editor 12.
CYNTHIA O'REAR: Track 118412.
Volleyball 98410, Gymnastics
98410, GAC 9-12, Student Council
KAREN PACKER: Managing Editor
and C0-Editor 2nd Sem. News
MIKE PICKART: Skiing 10-11,
Newspaper staff 1 1.
MIKE RANCE: Football 9, Class
v. Pres. 9, Newspaper 12.
LORRIE ROBERTS: Basketball
118412, GAC 12.
DEAN SCHWARTZ: NHS Pres. 9,
Member 118412, Student Council
Member ll, Thespian 12, VFW
award 3rd Place.
JIM SMITH: Basketball 9,
Football 9, Track 9-12, Skiing
10-12, Pep Club 10-11, German
Club 11, NHS 118412,,Student
Council understudy treas. 9,
Treas. 10, SAC 9-11, Class
Pres. 11, Vice Pres. 12, Ind-
ustrial Arts Club 10, Thespian
10-12, Yearbook 10-12, VFW
award 9841 1, Boys State 11,
Washington workshops 10,
National Student Council Con-
MIKE SPARN: Skiing 118412.
JEANINE WHITNEY: Pep Club 9,
108412, Spanish Club 12, NHS 11
8412, Student Council rep 9-12,
Class SecfTreas. 12, Thespian
12, Yearbook Editor 12, Opti-
mist Award 12, Student Council
State Convention 11, Betty
Crocker Award 12, Close-Up 11.
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Alan Belanger '
Chad Bertram 0 'uw
Cathy Blackwell .9
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Juniors raised money for the annual Junior-Senior Prom by working the concession booth at basketball games and
Among the juniors' achievements are their fine leadership qualities, made extremely evident by these people and
activities that they represent: Lois Farley and Lisa Buscietta attended the student council workshop in Fort Collins
after being voted Vice Pres. and Treasurer respectively. Anne Mountjoy is Student Council Secretary. Lisa Buscietta
is Pep Club President. Laura Snow, Letty Daywitt, and Terri Bailey were cheering the football team on with the
help of Pep Club. Bobbejo Brekken, Anne Mountjoy, and Lois Farley were busy cheering for the basketball players
the day joe Travers set a new school record, 45 points in one game. The officers were: Pres. - Terri Baileyg V. Pres.-
Rayna Brannong Sec.fTreas. - Mike Clements. The sponsors were Fred Schwartz and Kent Lyon.
Tony Cortez Letty Daywitt
Mlckey Cseh Chuck Ewing
Scott Daniel Lois Farley
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The sophomore class started out enthusiastically this year
with the only float contributed to the homecoming parade.
They continued the tradition set by last years sophomores by
planning on the lce-Cream Social.
Steve Herzog was honored by the Boulder Uptimist Club
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Grabo won first prize in the Voice of Democracy contest.
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The class officers were: President-Andrea Taylorg V.
Pres.-Belinda Keeneg Secretary-Steve Herzog.
The sponsors were Mary Wolfgang and Ed Wendel.
Candy Archuleta Patti Bertram Kevin Briels
Dennis Arey Cary Blackwell Lorrie Brownlee
Leann Belanger Crystal Brakhage Tom Carline
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The 1975-76 school year began under the leadership
of a new principal and an administrative assistant.
Dick Malmgren came to Nederland from Minturn,
where he was principal for seven years. He has been
the principal of small schools for nine years, so he
knows the advantages and problems a small school can
Kaye Mores returned to Nederland after a year of
leave. ln addition to her duties as administrative
assistant, she teaches three English classes.
Kaye Mores - Administrative
The heginning of the year was extremely busy for
Don Smith, as students made out their schedules in the
fall instead of the spring. Besides scheduling, he was
also kept husy with individual student conferences.
The secretary, Peggy Cole, and clerk, JoAnne
Chavez, managed to find time to do their work in
between the many interruptions hy the students.
VVithout them the school could not have functioned
Peggy Cole-Secretary JoAnne Chavez-Clerk
Ruth H irter-Librarian
Jerry Buck-l ndustrial Arts
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Three new teachers were added to
the faculty this year, and another
returned to Nederland after getting
her Masters. The new teachers are
Suzanne Kroepsch, Home Ee, Kent
Lyon, Math and Ecology, and Wanda
Headrick, English and Spanish. The
returning teacher is Kaye Mores,
Administrative Assistant and
Together with the rest of the
faculty, they somehow managed to
teach students at least a few things,
despite interruptions from sports,
field trips, and assemblies.
Many teachers spend extra hours
outside of class time working with
students. They sponsor dances, coach
sports, sponsor clubs, take students on
field trips, and work at sports
Sue Buck-Speech, Drama
Edith Horwitz-Geography, History
Chuck Boerio-Boys P.E. Drivers Ed.
Lee Tillotson-Girls P.E.
Dave Budz-History Kent Lyon-Ecology jr. High Math
Mary Wolfgang-Foreign Lang.
English Ed Werldel-English
Donna Schaper-Art Fred Schwartz-Music
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graders being included in both junior and senior high
activities this year, they started their activities early
with refreshments for the homecoming dance, and
then planned the traditional girl ask boy TWIRP
Dance. Officers were: Pres. -Teresa Burrisg V. Pres.
-JoAnne Hooksg See. -Kay Ministerg Treas. -John
Sponsors were Suzanne Kroepseh and Dave Budz.
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and Chuck Boerio, the eighth
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grade featuring a haunted house
The class officers wereg
President-jeff Crenshawg V. Pres.-
Brenda Jankowskig and
Several eighth graders
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Sevies Gain Experience
Being lowest on the totem pole goes automatically to the new group of
sevies. Seventh grade is a confusing yearg and many new situations pop-up.
The first day of school always means mass confusion, seventh graders find
the schedule hard to follow and when lunchtime rolls around they find
themselves at the back of the line.
The seventh graders big accomplishment comes at the end of the year
when they have gained enough experience to show the little sixth graders
around the school, and give them a glimpse of what to expect next year.
Sponsors for the seventh grade are Burke Taft and Ed Hodgson.
Officers for the class are: Pres.-Colleen Rance: V. Pres.-Bob Grahng
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Superintendent of Sehools
Mrs. Virginia W. Patterson
Mr. Edgar A. Huhin
Mr. Dominie V. Ferre-ra
Dr. Joanne E. Arnold
Dr. William F. Brown
Dr. Frederick VV. Bierhaus
Mrs. Elizabeth Bramhall
Student Advisory Council is a
group of students representing five
schools. These students meet once
a month with Dr. Ryan to discuss
problems within the schools. The
people representing Nederland
were: Cris Cooley, Steve Herzog,
Carrie Bertram, Evie Miller, Joe
Travers, and Diane Smith.
Many thanks to the people "behind
the scenesug this year we had the
greatest cooks, janitors, and bus
drivers yet. Sometimes we forget that
people work many hours preparing
food, sweeping walks when it's snowy
and generally mopping up.
We commend these people for
making our environment a pleasant
one. To all of you, THANKS!
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Congratulations to the jr. High Football
team. They had a great season!
Nederland Broomfield 0
Nederland 8 Lafayette 6
Nederland 0 Casey 8
Nederland 40 Louisville O
Nederland I6 Centennial 0
Nederland 22 Baseline 7
Nederland 16 Southern Hills 36
Players: Steve Williams, Dave Pierce,
Frank Smith, Bill Buxton, Richard
Sanchez, Jeff Crenshaw, jeff Faueette,
Tim Vasicek, Ernie Cowdery, Tony
Parker, Bart Ewing, Greg Bartell, jeff
Bartell, TJ. Lutz, Larry Brannon, Scott
Cline, Deryl Clifford, Marvin Clifford, Jim
Carmichael, Mark Mitchell, Chuck
Burrows, Jack Ornelas, joel Sheets. Coach:
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Pat Vasicek, TJ. Lutz, Steve Williams,
Larry Brannon, Richard Sanchez, Paul
Bennett, Greg Bartell, Marvin Clifford,
Jeff Faucette, Murdock Maloney, Joel
Hollingshead, Don Travers, Richard
Travers, Don Anderson, Nick Zuppas,
John Herzog, Brian Jankowski, john
Keyes, Scott Grabo, Dan Bennett, RJ.
Houser, David Pierce, and Ernie Cowdery,
carried the Jr. high basketball team to
victory. The junior Panthers did a great job
of guarding their "man" on court.
Some of the teams they played included:
Burbank, Broomfield, Platt, Casey,
Baseline, Lafayette, and Louisville.
The team was represented by the three
Jr. High cheerleaders, Cindy Keene, Joanne
Hooks, and Theresa Burris who at home
games cheered until they could cheer no
This year's Jr. High wrestling
team was undefeated with a record
of 6-0. The team competed with
all the Boulder Valley Jr. High
schools. Chuck Boerio was the
coach for this group of winning
wrestlers. The boys participating
in wrestling were: Greg Bartell,
Bart Ewing, Mark Mitchell, Peter
Smith, Marvin Clifford, Jeff
Bartell, Jeff Crenshaw, Richard
Sanchez, and Deryl Clifford.
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The jr. High track team, though small, did very well at The team members Were: Marvin Clifford, Larry
all the meets. Marvin Clifford took first place in the 880- Touve, Don Anderson, Jeff Estes, john Herzog, Jay
yd. run at the qualification meet. The whole team placed Cartwright, and Ben Greene. The boy's coach was Kent
well at the triangular meet with Louisville and Lafayette. Lyon.
For the girl's team, Londa Mohan 9
won the softball throw at the district
s meet and took second in the discus at an
f eighth grade meet. Cheri Boyle won the
S 880-yd. run ata seventh grade meet. The
3 ,. " team members were: Michelle Hines,
Q- Juanita Mavis, Beth Brunot, Sheila
' Smith, Londa Mohan, Cheri Boyle,
Stephanie Keene. Elizabeth Dejulio,
Bernie Kriehbel, Joni John, Sarana
Cline, Colleen Rance, and Laura Mason.
The girls were coached by VVanda
HS Beat Lyons
The NHS basketball team had a successful season with
two wins over Lyons. The Lyons' Lions, Nederland's
rival, fell into the palms ofthe Panthers' paws, with Joe Q
Travers giving a fine performance. fs
The Panthers also went to the sub-district tournaments
and proved themselves, with a third place in the Union
Pacific League. Besides being in a league this year, NHS
had an all-conference player, Joe Travers. But let's not
forget the greatness of the other players who helped the 3
team succeed for a third place position. Those players Q
were: Cris Cooley, Tony Brekken, Randy Brannon, Scott .
Gordon, and Matt Maloney. 1
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Jankowski, Chad Bertram, Rick Cronin, Martin Maloney, my ts., . .
Steve Williams, TJ. Lutz, Donn Haefele, and Jim an- ...-
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Nederland 60 Elizabeth
Nederland 49 Lyons
Nederland 57 Strasburg
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Nederland has a unique situation . . . A ski area.only
5 minutes away. And boy does our team use it! It was a
rare night at Eldora when you couldn't see the NHS
ski team hard at work on perfecting a jump or an
especially hard run.
This year was filled with competition for the NHS
ski team. The team competed not only with single A
schools, but with triple A schools as well.
The girls took sixth place overall, and the boys took
seventh. If the team had been competing with only
other class A schools the girls team would hold lst
place and the boys holding second in their class. The
team's highest point accumulator's were Diane
Chessman and Steve Herzog.
The coaches this year were Burke Taft and Mary
Wolfgang. The members included: Bob Arbaugh, Terri
Bailey, Dave Adams, Debbie Blackwell, Cathy Blackwell,
Beth Brunot, Eric Carline, Tom Carline, Diane
Chessman, Steve Christman, Andy Cseh, Craig Daniel,
Dana Daniel, Pat Daniel, Letty Daywitt, .Ioan Eaton,
Kurt Carlson, Bill Farrell, Kevin Glendenning, Bob
Grahn, Tom Graves, Dean Harbert, Steve Herzog, Kathy
Johnson, Ron Kenney, Bernie Pickart, Michelle Estes,
Brad Roelens, Diane Smith, Jim Smith, Mike Sparn,
Shawna Stamm, Dusty Thompson, Kelly Thompson,
Lance Touve, Andrea Taylor, Eric Stamm, Mike Pickart,
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Three varsity wrestlers Went to state this
year, underthe coaching of Kent Lyon.
Tony Cortez, Paul Mitchell, and Deryl
Clifford were the lucky group of Nederland
Wrestlers who Went to the state
tournament. Only Tony Cortez placed in
the finals, taking 6th place.
Other members of the team are: Bart
Ewing, Tony Parker, Mike Clements, Josh
Maag, Peter Smith.
ln the third year of existence, and the
first year in the Union Pacific League, the
girls basketball team placed sixth out of the
eight competing teams with a 4-13 record.
The team shows improvement and promise
as both the wins and players increased. The
twelve player team consisted of: Penny
Archuleta, Lisa Buscietta, Lori Smith,
Cheryl Clifford, Kim Harris, Evie Miller,
Beth Maag, Kay Minister, Tammy Valdez,
Michelle Stamm, Theresa Roberts, and
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Track Team " "
jim Smith, after taking first place at league and
district, got second place at state in the two-mile and
880-yd. run. Although no other team members
qualified for state, they all gave good performances at
the meets and showed good promise for next year.
The girl's team members are: Evie Miller, Cynthia
O'Rear, Andrea Taylor, Diane Smith, Diane
Chessman, Kathy Carlson, Kelly Thompson, Kelly
Carroll, Michelle Stamm, Allison Carroll, Candy
Archuleta, Cindy Keene, Val Schlottig, Edith O'Rear,
Carol Pennington, Belinda Keene, Kay Minister,
Tammy Valdez, Lisa Bunn, Scarlette Delancy, Kathy
Kanach, Lucinda Muniz, and Beth Maag.
The boy's team members are: Lance Touve, Steve
Herzog, Matt Miller, Joe Travers, Jim Smith, TJ.
Lutz, Jim Travers, Pat Vasicek, Chuck Sawyer, Donn
Haefele, Peter Smith, and Mike Clements.
The girl's team was coached by Lee Tillotson, and
the boy's team by Dave Budz.
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very lucky because they had a great
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Although there was no League
competition the team went to the
state meet for the first time.
The members are: Suzi Kiehn,
Carrie Bertram, Lois Farley, Cathy
Blackwell, Cary Blackwell, Cyntnia
O'Rear, Kelly Thompson, Michelle
Stamm, Alice Ross, Mollie Pickart,
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the girl's volleyball team. This was the first
year that Nederland belonged to the Llnion
Pacific League, but they showed the other
teams in the league that just because they
were new didnlt mean that they weren't
good. After beating all the other teams in
the league, they went on to subdistrict,
where they beat Bennett to take first place.
.Xt district, they beat Otis and again beat
Bennett in a close game to get another first
place and a chance to take state. At state,
they won their first game against Kim, but
lost their second game to Limon, the only
game they lost all year. ln the third game
they beat Dolores, to take third place and
end a fantastic season.
B-squad members are: Cheryl Clifford,
Kathy johnson, Kim Harris, Val Schlottig,
Belinda Keene, Diane Chessman, Candy
Archuleta, Sandy Lewis, Teresa Roberts,
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There were twenty-four boys out for the sport cJL1f0fTlllS group four
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Unlike last year, there was warm weather at wary ,qamm but one
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Nederland-l2 Elizabeth 0
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A squad: Cheryl Last, Carrie Bertram, Lorri Cronin, Lois
Farley, Anne Mountjoy.
B squad: Belinda Keene, Patti Bertram, Sandy Lewis,
Cheerleader Sponsor: JoAnne Wright
Spirit " "
Pm-p Club gc-ts into tlu- act, and
stirs up spirit as many ncw yvllc-rs
joinvcl thc' cheering section in tlu-ir
bright uniforms. .-Xnotlivr addition
to Ps-p Club was the bouncy
Pantlu-r mascot that ,qocs to all
Office-rs: Prcs.- Lisa Bus-Jvtta,
V.l'ra-s.- Micht-llc Stamm,
Sc-c.f'lircas.- Anne' Mountjoy.
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Traditional Homecoming a Big Success
Homecoming startcd with thc traditional wi-ck of
spiritcd activitivs. Un Tux-sday, Hush Day, Bob
Bryant talkc-d rnorv girls out of tht-ir hush buttons than
any other guy. WI-mlrlvsciay' was Scl1oolSongg Day,
wha-rc any chu-rlcziclm-r or pep club officvr could ask you
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to ri-rin' rhi- si-Imul song. The slam' auction was thn-
main attraftimm cm Tliursday, with pxxnm- Xloiintjuy wrappvcl up thi' ww-k with thc' Hl7II1l'k'l?IT1il1f1 Darin'
and Frvd Schwartz svllingg for thc- highest prim-s. hringgiug with it a I2-U victory ovvr Rlil2iiN'l'll. Pi-riny
Friday was I5luc'am1Gold Day, whih- it was also thi- Archuh-ta and Randy Bfkillllilfl wc-rv CI'l7VVlI1'dkiI1Q2lIld
day thi- slam-s had to sc-rw thi-ir masti-rs. Friday' night qui-cn.
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Home of The
A new look came to Nederland's
paper, TH E PANTHER when
Martha Horwitz took over
editorship this fall. She was
assisted by Dana Daniel leo-editorl
and Mrs. lVlores lsponsorj. Mrs.
Mores had been sponsored several
With the help of their staff
these people put together one of
the most outstanding papers in the
history of our school. New pages
were added and the size of the
paper grew gradually.
THE PANTH ER is a product
of the Journalism II class.
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Something new is happening in
the yearbook this yearl The staff
comes in every thursday and the
suggestions come flying through
the air. This yearls editor, -Ieanine
Wlhitney, felt that fall deliyery
would make Yearbook a more
complete history of our school.
VVith the help of staff members
and sponsor, Donna Schaper, the
Yearbook is more eompleteg Prom
Graduation, Track, and many
things that go on at the end of the
year are bound in a permanent
book. Two colored pages were
added l a first for Nederland's
Yearbook! in hopes that years of
good looking pleasure are yours.
The 1976 Yearbook Staff.
Student Council On The Move
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Stuclent Council got off to 21 slow start,
but then Bang! a funny and good thing
happened. Neclerlamls Student Council
was on their way. The stuclent body can
go to Student Council with any problem
they have, and the constituants are well
on their way toward having the problem
solved. Smoking area, giving money to
Close-up, student store, pop machine,
and a show case with a panther mascot
were just a few projects that Student
Council backed with man-power and
money, ln order for Stuclent Council to
function properly. some procedure must
be followed. This is the way meetings
were run: Call to order, Roll call,
Minutes of last meeting, 'llreasurers
report, Ultl business, New business
lwhere stuclents and teachers may bring
in ideas, problems, and praisesl. The
council then splits into three committees
which are: Nloney making, projects, and
activities. :Xfter business is taken care of
the meeting is acljournecl. The purpose of
Student Council is to give students a
chance to be a decision making
government, and to bring stuclent views
to light. Officers: Pres: Cheryl Last:
Vice Pres: Lois Farleyg Sec.- .-Xnne
Mountjoyg Tr:-asf Lisa Buscietta.
Understuclies: Pres: john Keyesg Sec.-
Brencla .lankowskig 'l'reas.- Kay
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gluing to lfurupm- nextya-ar.'lxlu-mlL1lnz1rvllarmlat
work putting on projc-vts likv rln- Snow lfestival.
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wllvn walking into tlu- Spanish club lm-vtirlgs. 'lillis
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Office-rs lIlL'llllll'f Pres.-l,uis lfarla-5, Y. Pres.-
Qilifllj' lilackwm-ll, Svc.f'l1rcz1s,-.Imlm Chase.
Sr. High Concert Chorus is a class consisting of 9-
12 grades. They learn music to perform at assemblies
and they usually help provide music at concerts such
as the spring musical. Sometimes they are
accompanied by guitarists from the guitar class ftop
leftl or by Tom Graves, the stage band's pianist.
There is also a small jr. High chorus ftop rightl who
perform at a few assemblies during the school year.
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Under the direction of Fred Schwartz, the
Nederland Jr.-Sr. High Band got a very high rating in
the annual Band Day Parade held in Boulder. The
marchers sported new band uniforms and had verv
high spirits as they started on their mile and a half
Several band members were chosen for the honor
band which is part of the Union Pacific League.
Nlembers from the Boulder area were chosen on the
basis of musical achievement.
After the X-mas holiday Nederland got a new band
instructor named Mark Peterson. He took over the
duties of directing the stage band as well as the
concert band and marching band. Mr. Peterson also
made it possible for several bands in our league to
perform in our auditorium.
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For the second year in a row 10 students, 5 juniors
and 5 seniors, were chosen to become members of the
Arickaree chapter of the National Honor Society.
Last year Nederland High School became the
l6,000th member of the National Honor Society.
Mrs. Horwitz, Miss Schaper, Mr. Smith, Mr.
Malmgren, and Mrs. Miller made up the committee
which chose the students on the basis of scholarship,
character, leadership, and service.
Members are: Cheryl Last, Penny Archuleta, Cris
Cooley, Dean Schwartz, Dana Daniel, Evie Miller,
Kathy Johnson, Brad Jankowski, joe Travers, Lisa
Buscietta, Jeanine Whitney, Lorri Cronin, ,lim
Smith, and Martha Horwitz.
Close-Up began with a run-a-thon, and ended with
a week of learning and fun. During the week, the
Close-Up participants talked with their
representatives and other guest speakers, attended
Senate and House Committee meetings, toured
Washington D.C., met lots of new friends, and
practiced their "Pong". Although Close-Up is called a
program, it would be better to call it an experience.
The participants leave Washington D.C. with many
memories they will never forget, and they also go
away with a better understanding of their
The students that participated this year are: Evie
Miller, Anne Nlountjoy, Matt Maloney, Kathy
Johnson, Myrenna Brakkage, Mike Clements, Brad
Jankowski, and Cheryl Clifford. The sponsor this
year was Dave Budz.
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N-Club Girls Participate
By participating in sports or sports related activities
such as cheerleading, 39 girls were eligible for the
Girls Athletic Club this year. Eligible girls were:
Tammy Valdez, Lori Smith, Kay Minister, Candy
Archuleta, Kathy Carlson, Diane Smith, Kim Harris,
Vicki John, Sandy Lewis, Belinda Keene, Edith
O'Rear, Theresa Burris, Val Schlottig, Diane
Chessman, Andrea Taylor, Kelly Thompson, Dawn
Rosenberg, Cindy 0'Rear, Michelle Estes, Cindy
Adams, Terri Bailey, Cathy Blackwell, Rayna
Brannon, Lisa Bucietta, Lois Farley, Kathy Johnson
Evie Miller, Anne Mountjoy, Laura Snow, Michelle
Stamm, Cheryl Clifford, Lorri Cronin, Cheryl Last,
Kristi Andes, Cathy Boyle, Lori Roberts.
Officers were: Pres. Penny Archuleta, Sec. Leslie
Callister. Sponsor: Lee Tillotson.
11 Plays Performed
Under the direction of Sue Buck, the drama students performed eleven
plays during the 1975-76 school year. They were: "Antic Springng
"Postcards", A MURDER HAS BEEN ARRANGEDg HSomething
New ln Murder", "Trifles"g "Early Frost", Hjinxedug "The Petticoat
Revolution", THE MOUSE THAT ROAREDg l'The Plot to
Assassinate the Chase Manhattan Bank", and 'lHooray for Adam
Spelvin, He ls Perfect."
This year, seventeen new Thespians were initiated into Troupe 2718.
They are: Kay Dickinson, Lisa Buscietta, Bobbejo Brekken, Cynthia
0'Rear, Jeanine Whitney, Dean Schwartz, Kevin Hollingshead, Carrie
Grabo, Cheryl Last, Kathyjohnson, Joan Eaton, Kyle Buck, John
Keyes, Karen Packer, Lois Farley, Lorri Cronin, and Matt Maloney.
The old members are: Cris Cooley, Tony Brekken, Cheryl Clifford,
-lim Smith, and Tom Graves.
The three Honorary Thespians are: Amelia Miller, Donna Schaper,
and Jerry Buck.
Peanut Butter, Jelly 81 Good Times
This year we had some unique events and many good
times. Fox-fire, sponsored by Mary Wolfgang, helped the
students become involved in the Nederland community.
Tim Wirth, our representative to Congress, came and
spoke to the students in an all school assembly about the
Rocky Mtn. Park area. Student Council helped to stage
the Bicentennial games day during which baseball and
horseshoes were played. The council also sponsored a
dance at the end of the week.
A French and German Dinner was held after the snow
festival which was held in March.
Cheerleading tryouts were a big success for most
who tried out. But it was a sad day for the old
cheerleaders who did their last big routine, including a
new cheer: Peanut Butter and Jelly.
At the end of the year, the awards assembly was
held. Many fine people were given awards for
academic achievement during the year. That same
week, Mrs. Buck's play production class put on a very
funny play, "Hooray for Adam Spelvin, He ls
Perfect", which helped to end the year in a funny way.
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A spectacular evening occured on May Z2 for many Nederland
High School students. Ir was the junior-Senior Prom, which has
been a tradition in the school for many years. The juniors are
the ones who plan prom and make it the way it is.
This year's prom was held at the Harvest House in Boulder.
The band was Blue Frost. The King and Queen were crowned
at the dance. The two who were chosen were -lim Smith and
Cheryl Last. They were chosen by the junior class on the basis
The Junior attendants, who were chosen by the Senior class,
were Joe Travers and Cindy Adams.
The Junior class made the decorations, which were paper
flowers. Refreshments were served at the dance. The sponsors
who helped the junior class were Suzanne Kroepsch and Kent
Graduation ceremonies were held on Saturday,
june 5, at 8:00 pm in the high school gym. Forty-
seven seniors graduated this year, wearing blue and
red gowns for the bicentennial.Martl1a Horwitz
was valedictorian, and Mike Sparn was salutatorian.
The speaker for graduation was Mr. Lloyd A.
Norton of the University of Northern Colorado.
Donna Schaper presented a slide show of all the
seniors. The ushers also presented red carnations to
the mothers of the graduates. The senior class
presented the school with a gift of a rug hooked flag.
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David Allen Adams
Robert Ray Arbaugh
Penny Lynn Archuleta
Ginger Lynn Arnold
Carrie Marie Bertram
Randale Frank Brannon
Shirley Joline Giggey
Shawn Alexander Crreen
Dean Alan Harbert
Linda Robin Hooks
Martha Kay Horwitz
Diane Rae Houser
Tony Breklien Janice Ann Jensen J
Jean Elizabeth Brownlee Suzanne Rem- Kiehn - A
joan Corene Brownlee Konrad Paul Kummli , 1 f'
john Robert Bryant Charles Bruce Landers 1
Lesli Callister Cheryl Marie Last l " Q
Eric Kenneth Carline Gary Paul Maher '
Kurt Hans Carlson Cynthia Ann O'Rear 1 L -
Cheryl Louise Clifford Karen -Io Packer 3
Allan Prescott Cole Michael joseph Pickart - rg -,
john Crisman Cooley Brett Riley Platt Q C f
Daniel Edward Cowdery Nlichael Hubert Rance ' A o ,
Lorraine Susan Cronin Lorrie Lee Roberts i
Dana Loyd Daniel Dean Arthur Schwartz .. 3 f Q
Kimberly Sue Davis james Daniel Smith X quu
Melba Kay Dickinson Michael Sean Sparn A .
james Anthony Driscoll Destinae Rae Thompson "' .api
Gregory james Erickson Jeanine Louise Whitney
VVilliam Robert Farrell
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Adams, Dave 4,18,42,,43,53,74
Albrect, Cheri 30
Anderson, Bob 12
Anderson, Don 27,65,73
Andes, Kristee 24
Arbaugh, Bob 4,43,52,53
Archuleta, Candy 16,17,19,21
Archuleta, Penny 40,10,35,45,50
Arey, Dale 12
Arnold, Ginger 4 -
Arnold, Joanne E. 32
Bailey, Terri 12,35,42,43,49,
Baker, Walter 24
Bartell, Greg 27,36
Bartell, Jeff 24,34,36,74
Belanger, Alan 13
Belanger, LeAnn 16
Bennett, Daniel 30
Bennett, Paul 24,64
Bertram, Carrie l,4,32,34,48,
Bertram, Chad 13,41
Bertram, Patty 16,17,l9,48,74
Bierhaus, Frederick W. 32
Blackwell, Cary 16
Blackwell, Cathy 13,42,43,48,
Blackwell, Debbie 24
Bluhm, Michelle 30
Boerio, Chuck 14,22,23,35,58,73
Booth, Sue 5
Boyle, Cathy 24
Boyle, Cheryl 30,39,55,62
Bradley, Bart 30
Brakhage, Bearthm 30,62
Brakhage, Crystal 16,70,7l
Brakhage, Myrenna 7,12
Brakhage, Neowyn 25
Bramhall, Elizabeth B. 32
Brannon, Janis 27
Brannon, Larry 26,36
Brannon, Randy 5,8,34,41,52,
Brannon, Rayna 12,34,50,69
Brekken, Bobbejo 1,12,52,57,66
Brekken, Jill 27
Brekken, Tony 1,5,34,40,41,49,
50,61 ,70,71 ,72,73,80
Briels, Kevin 16
Brock, Kelly 12
Brownlee, Jean 5
Brownlee, Joan 5
Brownlee, Lori 16
Brownlee, Sharon 30
Brunot, Beth 27,39,43
Bryant, Bob 5,53
Buck, Jerry 21
Buck, Kyle 25,64
Buck, Sue 21
Budz, David 22,41 ,46,47,58
Bunn, Lisa 25
Burris, Nancy 27,65
Burris, Teresa 25,26
Burrows, Chuck 27,36
Buscietta, Lisa 13,45,55,61,
Buxton, Bill 24,36
Buston, Shelley 30
Callister, Les 5,35,50,69
Carline, Eric 5
Carline, Tom 16
Carlson, Kathy 55,64,69
Carlson, Kurt 75
Carmichael, Jim 27,36
Carmichael, Teresa 16,54
Carroll, Leslie 65
Cartwright, Jay 26
Cartwright, Lisa 30
Chase, Angela 30,62,73
Chase, John 24,64
Chavez, JoAnne 20
Chessman, Diane 16,18,35,42,
43 ,47,51 ,55 ,64,69
Christman, Sherri 13,14,6l ,70
Christman, Steve 16,19,70
Clements, Mike 13,44,46,53,63
Clifford, Billy 30
Clifford, Cheryl 5,7,45,51,71
Clifford, Deryl 24,36,44
Clifford, Marvin 27,36
Cline, Mark 16
Cline, Sarana 29,65
Cline, Scott 24,36
Cole, Bob 16
Cole, Lori 24
Cole, Peg 20
Cole, Scott 6,7
Conkright, Charlotte 31
Cooley, Cris 6,40,41,53,57,61,70,71
Coombs fNight Custodianj 33
Cortez, Tony 13,44
Covington, John 16,17,19
Cowdery, Dan 4
Cowdery, Ernie 24,36,4l
Crenshaw, Jeff 27,36
Cronin, Lorri 1,6,35,50,52,54,
Cronin, Rick l6,19,40,53
Cseh, Andy 25,42,43
Cseh, Mickey 13
Daniel, Craig 16,43
Daniel, Dana 7,43,6O
Daniel, Pat 25,42,43
Daniel, Scot 13,53
Davis, Kim 7
Daywitt, betty 13,14,35,42,43,
DeJulio, Elizabeth 30,39,55,62
Dickinson, Kay 1,6,70,71,72
Dickinson, Pam 26
Driscoll, James 6
Driscoll, Sheryl 16,19
Eaton, Joan 27,28,43,71
Ericson, Greg 6
Ericson, Mark 27,29
Estes, Jeff 25
Estes, Michelle 17,42,43,73
Ewing, Bart 25,36,44
Ewing, Chuck 13
Faltermeier, Robert 27,64
Farley, Lois 1,13,48,52,54,57,
Farrell, Bill 5,7,42,43
Farrell, Karen 17
Faucette, Jeff 27,36
Faucette, Val 14
Ferrera, Dominic 32
Fowler, Laura 27,28,62,63,71
Froese, Diane 14
Gaskin, Christie 27
Gibbs, Tammy 27
Giggey, George 17,18
Giggey, Shirley 7,10,75
Glendenning, Kevin 14,42,43
Gordon, Scott 13,14,34,41
Grabo, Carrie 16,17,63,70,71,72
Garbo, Scott 30,64
Grahn, Bob 30,42,43,64
Graves, Tom 14,71
Green, Shawn 6,8
Greene, Vincent 24
Haefele, Donn 15,40,41,53,58
Harbert, Dean 6,8,43,53
Harris, Kim l7,45,51
Hartsock, Nancy 15
Haubert, Norm 41
Headrick, Wanda 23,64
Herzog, John 27,64
Herzog, Steve 17,18,32,42,43,64
Hines, Michelle 55
Hines, Randy 64
Hirter, Ruth 21
Hodgson, Edward 21
Hollingshead, Joel 27 ,28 ,70
Hollingshead, Kevin 1 ,18,70,71
Hooks, Jim 28
Hooks, Joanne 24,26
Hooks, Linda 6,75
Horwitz, Edith 21,63
Horwitz, Martha 7,8,60,77
Houser, Diane 7
Houser, R. J. 30,64
Hubin, Edgar A. 32
Hurley, Mitchell 18
Isaacs, April 30 1
Jankowski, Brad 12,15,40,41
Jankowski, Brian 24,73
Jankowski, Brenda 27,28,55,62
Jennings, Steve 17,18,19,41,53
Jennings, Teresa 28,65
Jensen, Janice 6,10
Jensen, Kristi 18
John, Joni 28
John, Vicki 18,19,51,52,54,58,69
Johnson, Ben 17,18,35,53
Johnson, Kathy l,13,l5,42,43,
Jones, Laurie 25
Kanach, Kathy 25
Keene, Belinda 1,18,47,51,54,
Keene, Cindy 25,26
Keene, Stephanie 30,55,62,63
Kenny, Ron 4,43
Keyes, John 24,28,62,71
Kiehn, Joe 18,19
Kiehn, Suzie 6,7,10,48,53
Krehbiel, Bernie 30,39,55,64
Kroepsch, Suzanne 21 ,23,73
Kummli, Konrad 6
Landers, Charles 8
Landers, Liz 25
Landers, Rachel 28
Larson, Dennis 8
Last, Cheryl 8,5O,51,54,58,62,
Lewis, Cindy 30,55
Lewis, Eilene 33
Lewis, Sandy 18,19,51,52,54,55,69
Logan, Missy 29
Logie, Charles 25
Lutz, T.J. 25,36,41
Lyon, Kent 22,31 ,36,44
Maag, Beth 45,57
Maag, Josh 49
Mahaffey, David 29
Maher, Gary 7,8,53,60
Malmgren, Richard 20
Maloney, Martin l8,40,4l,53,7l
Maloney, Matt 14,41,47,53,70,
Mason, Laura 3O,39,55,64
Mavis, Juanita 29,39
McCollum, Cindy 9
McKinnell, Roxanne 28
Miller, Amelia 21
Miller, Evie 14,35,45,49,50,51,73
Miller, Matt 18,53
Minister, Kay 26,45,62,63,64,69
Mitchell, Mark 38,36
Mitchell, Pat 15
Mitchell, Paul 44
Moauro, Chris 18,53
Moauro, Paul 30
Mohan, Londa 28,39
Moore, Jamie 15,40
Mores, Kaye 20.60
Mountjoy, Anne 15,54,55,61,62,
Mullins, Mitch 64
Muniz, Lucinda 26
Norris, Scott 28
Nummelin, Linda 26
O,Rear, Cynthia 9,47,48,55,63
O'Rear, Edith 18,19,34,48,73
Ornelas, Jack 26,36
Packer, Karen 9,6O,71,75
Parker, Tony 26,36,44
Patt, Ronald 31
Patterson, Virginia W. 32
Pearce, Marty 24,26
Pearce, Ronald 31
Penick, Ben 15
Penick, Beth 28,55
Penick, Brian 31
Petersen, Mark 65 ,67
Picard fMatronj 33
Pierce, David 26,36
Pickart, Bernie 28
Pickart, Mike 8,75
Platt, Brett 8,10
Putnam, Ralph 18
Rance, Colleen 31 ,39,65
Rance, Mike 9
Raymo, Mark 31
Raypack, Joel 30,31 ,63
Rienoehl, Chris 27,29
Roberts, Lorrie 7,9 ,45 ,69
Roberts, Teresa 19,45,51,69
Robinson, Pam 9
Robinson, Sue 15
Roelens, Brad l9,42,43
Rosenberg, Dawn 15,49,50,57,73
Ross, Alice 19,48,71
Ross, Dave 15
Ryan, Dr. Barnard D. 32
Sanchez, Mary 29
Sanchez, Richard 26,36
Sawyer, Chuck 80
Schaller, Courtney 31
Schaper, Donna 23,61
Schlottig, Val l7,l9,5l
Schwartz, Dean 1,8,70
Schwartz, Fred 23,66
Seveland, Paul 28
Siebert, Bob 31
Siemer, Gale 28,65
Silvas, Tim 21,28
Sheets, Jowl 28,36,43
Smith, Diane l9,32,47,51,55,
Smith, Don 20,45
Smith, Frank 24,26,36
Smith, Jim 8,10,41,42,43,60,71,74
Smith, Lori 26,45,64,69,7l
Smith, Peter 26,44
Smith, Sheila 29,39
Snow, Laura 15,49,50,51,54,69
Spam, Mike 9,42,43,77
Stamm, Eric 9,42,43,77
Stamm, Michelle 15,45,48,53,69
Stamm, Shawna 31,55,65
Stucky, Bob 29
Stucky, Kelly 14,15
Stumpf, John 33
Taft, Burke 22,35,43,53
Taylor, Andrea 19,42,43,51,55,64,69
Thompson, Destinae 7,9,42,54
Thompson, Kelly l9,42,43,48,52,64
Tillotson, Lee 22,47,49,50,69,73
Touve, Lance 19,42,43
Touve, Larry 29
Towner, John 29
Towner, Roland 31
Trabing, Carol 31,65
Trabing, Kathy 29
Trabing, Barbara 26
Travers, Don 29
Travers, Jim 19,40,41,53,58,70,73
Travers, Joe 14,15,40,41,47,
Travers, Richard 29,36
Valdez, Tammy 45,47,69
Vasicek, Pat 19,24,26
Vasicek, Tim 29,36
Wallis, Jackie 37
Wallis, Rick 15
Walter, Beth 29
Walter, Phillip 15
Wendel, Edward 22,73
Wesley, Deanna 23
Whitney, Eric 15,73
Whitney, Jeanine 9,58,61,63,64,71
Williams, Steve 26,36,37,40
Wolfgang, Mary 22,43,64
Wright, Joanne 23
Yates, Barbara 15,80
Zuppas, Nick 27,29
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