Nederland High School - Nugget Yearbook (Nederland, CO)
- Class of 1978
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1978 volume:
Nederland jr. Sr. High School
Nederland, Colorado 80466
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Panthers Charge Into Football Season
The football team, coached by Mr. Lou Straight, assistant coach Mr. Burke Taft, and Mr. Joe Mundell,
student observer from C.U., took one victory over Platte Canyon as well as sending four outstanding players
The team played four league games and five nonleague games. The league standings were 1-4.
Because they were the best players for their positions, these four Panthers were chosen for AIl-Confer-
ence: Jeff Bartell, linebacker, Steve Herzog, guard, Chris Moauro, center, Martin Maloney, quarterback,
and T.J. Lutz received honorable mention as running back.
Here are this year's team members, listed from left to right. First row: Steve Herzog, Steve Jennings,
Coach Mundell, Coach Straight, Assistant Coach Taft, Martin Maloney, Chris Moauro, and Lance Touve.
Second row: David Pierce, Rick Coffman, Brad Strand, Dave Turner, Bart Ewing, T.J. Lutz, Steve Wil-
liams, and Jeff Bartell,
Third row: Jay Cartwright, Richard Travers, Steve Postlewait, Murdock Maloney, John Herzog, Jim
McNally, Greg Bartell, and Tony Darnell.
Fourth row: R.J. Houser, Bobby Grahn, Bill Jennings, Kathy Kanach tmanagerl, Tom McNally, and Paul
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North Park ...... ......... 8 -7
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Silver State ...... ....... 3 6-6
Homecoming Week Causes Excitement
Homecoming 1977: School Pride and fun for all! The week began with Couples Day. !!Did you see who
HE was walking with?" All students were required to walk to and from classes with someone of the oppo-
site sex. Tuesday was geared toward '!pride" with an all-school cleanup. Each class succeeded in spifhng up
the area to which they were assigned. Wood was gathered for the Friday bonlire. Wednesday a few brave
members of Pep Club switched with teachers and taught their classes for the day. Cindy Keene and Kay
Minister, teachers for Mrs. Bartleson, were seen running down the hall after their students shouting,
'tCome back! Come back!" Thursday, people appeared from bygone days: bobbysocks, rolled up jeans and
Dad's white shirt, or skirts with cashmere sweaters, not to mention ponytails and rouge. The 50's return to
Nederland High! Slaves sold on Thursday were forced into service on Friday-!!Hey Slave! Get my lunch,
and be quick about it!" Spirits mounted at the pep assembly and bonfire, Friday, and enthusiasm carried
through to Friday night's volleyball game against Byers, B-squad creamed the Bulldogs but Varsity lost
their close, exciting match. Festivities began at 1:30 Saturday, Oct 8, with the football game against North
Park. Panthers were defeated 12-6, although they put up a good hght. As King and Queen, Steve Jennings
and Scarlett Delancy were honored with flowers and gifts at the Homecoming Dance. Their attendants
were, juniors Paul Bennett and Lori Smith, and sophomores Jim McNally and Juanita Mavis.
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With A Punch
The varsity volleyball team, coached by Marcia Skaro, played en-
thusiastically throughout the season. Practice every night takes a lot
of time and effort, but the players agreed it was well worth it to be
able to play! The varsity volleyball players from left to right are: Top
row: Annie Groleau, Teresa Jennings, Joni John, Cheryl Cieloha, Joan
McNally, and Jim Travers, manager of the team. Bottom row: Marcia
Skaro, Tanya Seigfried, Vicki John, and Diane Chessman. Janis Bran-
non, who is not in the varsity team picture, made it to All-Conference.
Miss Skaro feels that, 'lWe had a good season! The girls worked hard
and compeltion was tough, but all in all we had fun, learned, and are
looking forward to '78!"
The Junior varsity team, coached by Ann Kaplan, went through an
The players from left to right are: Top row: Rachael Landers, Ann
Kaplan, Shelly Bluhm, and Elizabeth DiJullo. Middle row: Tammy Val-
dez, Cheri Boyle, and Sheila Smith. Bottom row: Stevie Keene, Liz
Landers, and Lisa Seigfried. A comment from Miss Kaplan was, lllt
was an outstanding season with outstanding players and I'm very
proud of the girls!"
There was a lot of excitement this year and much hope for the on-
COUHCII SUIVGS For Student Involvement
The Student Council really
worked hard to improve the
school this year, and a lot of
good changes came about be-
cause of their weekly meetings.
Lance Touve was President
which gave him access to the
gavel while he directed the
meetings, Eric Stamm, Vice
Pres. conducted assemblies and
filled in for Lance, Joan Eaton
very accurately recorded the
minutes of the meetings. Be-
linda Keene was the Treasurer
and was kept busy taking care
of the books and hlling the pop
There were many committees
formed to work on school
projects, including committees
for the Booster Club Aid, Con-
stitution, Bulletin Board, Fund
Raising, and more. Many of
these groups were quite suc-
cessful in their efforts.
The hrst activities sponsored
by the Student Council were the
Homecoming Dance and Christ-
Other things they planned
were a lounge for non-smokers,
a jukebox, a bull-horn, and a
better smoking area.
Activity Period a Sucoess
It's nice to have a break from the regular school
work, and that was the purpose of Activity Period
every Wednesday afternoon.
Students chose one or two activities to partici-
pate in, offered by teachers and adults from the
community. Hobbies and interests such as gym-
nastics, ice-skating, stained glass, rock group,
dance, and lots more were available for students
to increase their knowledge in a large variety of
Linda lVlacCormack, the new Community-
Schools coordinator, assisted by Penny Letwin
struggled to correct the system and achieved a
much improved Activity Period. She has hopes it
will be even better next year. '
Staff Active, Dedicated and Hungry
Making the yearbook is never easy
and this year's was no exception!
There was the usual hassle in trying
to meet the deadlines, an overabun-
dance of broken rulers, a lack of
pencils, and a constant demand for
lVIiss Schaper held the whip while
Belinda Keene, editor, handed out
assignments. Photo Editor Steve
Christman and his staff, Lori Cole,
Jeff Crenshaw, Londa lVlohan, and
lVIartin lVlaloney inhabited the dark-
room and haunted the halls with
their cameras. Lance Touve, Layout
Editor, assisted by Debbie Blackwell,
Kathy Kanach, and Lori Smith,
planned the composition of each
page. Action verbs and headlines
challenged the copy staff, Diane
Smith, lst semester editor, Neowyn
Brakhage, 2nd semester editor, Deb-
bie Blackwell, Kathy Kanach, and
There were many interesting and fun classes this year.
Top left: Teresa Burris finds that her clay is much too
dry. Top right: Jim lVIcNally accurately saws his wood.
Bottom right: Nancy Burris And John Herzog write and
compare papers. Bottom left: IVlary Sanchez arranges a
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The Panther came 'lalmost"
promptly every 3 weeks and with
the abnormally large staff, we
know they really try.
Obviously in this type of situ-
ation where there is always the
pressure of publishing on time,
people must sometimes com-
promise and stay cool to keep
tempers down. They dashed
around interviewing people and
collecting information for the
Regular articles included Jirn's
Jabber in the sports section,
Counselor's Comments, an edito-
rial, and a monthly calendar. They
couIdn't have done it without Ed
Wendel, the sponsor, and Jim
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People. People important to you, people
Unimportant to you, cross your life,
Touch it with love and carelessness
and move on.
The drama department put on two per-
formances this year. The hrst, entitled
T'The Gazebo," was directed by Mrs. Bar-
tleson. In this play, the audience shared in
the suspense of the mystery and fiew to
the ceiling when an unexpected shot was
fired. The second play was a comedy, di-
rected by Miss Powhida, entitled HNothing
But the Truth." The actors continued play-
ing even when the clock fell down on open-
New Thespians were: Beth Dismuke, Jim
Travers, Bob Grahn, Laura Fowler, Lance
Touve, Don Anderson, and Diane Chess-
man. Former Thespians are Joan Eaton,
Steve Christman, Nlartin IVlaIoney, John
Keyes, and Lori Smith.
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Starting with Band Day the musicians performed
with honor and spirit and were enjoyed by N.H.S.
students and other schools.
The band members discovered a change of style
and song as nrst semester director, Nlark Peterson,
was replaced by Larry Trujillo in January.
In all the concerts, the band was joined by the
choir, who added rhythm and song to the perfor-
mances. Altos, sopranos, tenors and basses joined in
harmony and gave the school a new experience in
music. Parents, teachers and classmates cheered the
groups and the soloists.
The excellent honor band traveled to other League
schools to perform.
Not a Dream
Vo-Tech offers classes not
usually available to students' in
public schools, and was very
popular with N.H.S. students
this year. So 11 took the bus
ride down the canyon every day
to attend the school. Students
are able to choose from a wide
variety of class offerings. Some
were: Cosmetology, Alice Ross,
Office Occupations, Liz Landers,
Cheryl Ceiloha, Andrea Taylor
and Sheryl Driscoll, In-
troduction to Computers, Chuck
Sawyer, Linda Nummelin and
Jeff Estes, Welding, Bobby Ty-
ler, Project Hold, Rohn Young,
Auto Mechanics, Paul Bennett.
A 'lClose-Up" view of our government in action is what Debbie
Blackwell, Londa Mohan, Alice Ross, and Sheila Smith got involved in
during a week in February. The quartet, with sponsor, Dave Budz,
traveled to the United States Capital, Washington, D.C. With open
minds, they were able to form their own opinions about the
Debbie showed nice coordination when she danced the jitterbug
with lVlr. Budz, although it was somewhat less appealing when she
tumbled down the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Londa, shy as she
is, managed to sneak pictures in George Washington's home. Alice
enjoyed the company of many fellows, but what can you expect when
you walk into the men's room. Sheila fell for a guy that couldn't
swim, chipped his tooth when he dove in.
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The Arickaree chapter of the National
Honor Society has been in existance for
four years. The membership is open only
to outstanding juniors and seniors, se-
lected by a faculty committee.
The new members, elected for their
scholarship, leadership, service and char-
acter, were: Cindy Keene, David Pierce,
Paul Bennett, Kay Minister, Sheryl Dris-
coll, Kristi Jensen, Tanya Siegfried and
An evening ceremoney by candlelight to
install new members, was conducted by
the current members, Diane Smith, Diane
Chessman, Belinda Keene, Steve Herzog,
and IVlatt IVliller.
They're the ones that
go to all the games,
keep up the spirit, and
boost the pep rallies.
They're also the ones
who, in order to pay for
their uniforms, sold
eggs from door to door.
Hcheer"ful, they and
the team members en-
joyed a full sports year.
The fall cheerleaders,
who cheered at football
and volleyball were:
Cindy Keene, Diane
Smith, Lori Smith, and
Cheering at the bas-
ketball games and
wrestling meets were:
Sandy Lewis, Vicki
John, and Scarlette De-
Lancy. Junior Varsitye
Sandy Ceiloha, Step-
hanie Keene, Laura
Fowler, and D.J.
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The girls' basketball team started out with nine girls but succeeded
in keeping only six. They were: Terri Hartleb, Kathy Kanach, Joan
McNally, Kay Minister, Tammy Valdez, and Pam Wilson. The team
was small, but it seemed to do better that way. The girls' specialty
was fouling out, three times the team played with only two people
They did a really fine job!
Nederland- 28 Boulder High ..............
Clear Creek ....,...............
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Deer Trail ....,....... ........
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Not a bad season for an out-
numbered, but not out-classed team!
Panthers play at "Big Macv
This year's basketball team was, for the most
part, unseasoned in varsity play. Only three
from last season's A-squad and four from B-
squad returned to lead the 14 man team to a
Agate, this year's state champs, were de-
feated in an early game with a score of 61-46,
showing the fresh, young Panthers' potential.
Arch rival Lyons' Lions were easily creamed
with a score of 81-54. The Panthers grabbed
the lead and held it until the buzzer rasped out
the game's end.
The Idaho Springs' game came, and with it a
new court that the team had often seen, but
never played on, lVlcNichols' Sports Arena. No
doubt it was quite a thrill for the team to play
in front of their fans in the huge stadium.
There is only one way to describe the season:
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Under the able and dedicated coaching of Burke Taft
iAlpinel and Marcia Skaro lCross Countryl, the Neder-
land ski team enjoyed another successful year. Alpine
skiers also had the benefit of professional skier, Gordon
Collins, who offered advice in exchange for running the
Unfortunately, only eight schools were able to Held
teams in the '77-'78 season. The ski team this year was
run more like an athletic endeavor than a social club as
in years past. Consequently, the football scores declined
while the ski team points were building. The team also
had the advantage of a bus and therefore did not have
to rely on coaches and student drivers for trans-
portation to the ski area. Kelly Thompson and Tom Carl-
ine were the standouts in Alpine, usually placing in the
top ten every meet. Diane Smith and Ben Greene were
the Cross Country standouts this year. The remaining
veterans are looking forward to next season.
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BITS AND PIECES
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There are people who leave you and
you breathe a sigh of relief and wonder
why you ever came into contact with
them. There are people who leave you
and you breathe a sigh of remorse and
wonder why they had to go away and
leave such a gaping hole.
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Twirp Highlights Activities
Freshmen don't always End themselves in the middle of things
but the 1977-78 ninth graders did. Concerning sports, they could
join either the middle level sports programs or the high school's.
Bill Jennings did really well in football, he was the only ninth
grader on the varsity football team.
The ninth grade spent a lot of time planning the annual girl-ask-
boy dance, as the Twirp has for a long time been known as the
Sponsors for the class were Jerry Buck and Burke Taft while
Tom lVlcNally was elected to the office of President. Sandy Cieloha
won Vice-President and Stevie Keene was given the combined job
of Secretary and Treasurer.
D.J. DiJulio Beth Digmuke
Mark Erickson Bobby Grahn
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Celeste Strand Roland Towner
Jackie Wallis Rise Young
Gonged Again Gang
Sophomores planned a very good Gong
Show, with about 15 acts including com-
mercials. Although nobody liked being
gonged, the 10th grade earned a little over
one-hundred dollars. The money helped
them with the Ice-Cream Social.
Greg Bartell and Mark Mitchell did very
well in Wrestling and went to State.
Janis Brannon was chosen from the Var-
sity volleyball team to go to All-Conference.
The sponsors for the tenth grade were
Lou Straight and Marcia Skaro. Brenda
Jankowski led the way as President followed
by Vice-President Laura Fowler. Joan Eaton
took the responsibility of both Secretary and
Joan Eaton was a student Director for the
fall play, "The Gazebo," and helped Mrs.
Bartleson keep everything rolling smoothly.
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Well, here we go again, with another 11th grade
going through all the troubles of getting an Ueven
better Prom than last year's." In order to earn
enough money to put on the Prom, the Junior class
and their sponsors Dave Budz and DeAnna Wesley
found themselves involved in quite a few money-mak
ing activities. Selling pretzels in the school store dur-
ing Walt Disney cartoons and a run-a-thon were a
few of the activities.
Jeff Bartell and T.J. Lutz, being outstanding Junior
football players,made All-Conference.
Class Oflicers for the 1977-78 year were: Lori Cole
as President, Steve Williams-Vice President, David
Pierce-Secretary, and Eric Stamm was Treasurer.
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Vice Principal Accepted
The administration was a little shorthanded during
the Hrst semester so the school welcomed the new
'S+ Vice-Principal, Jerry Owen. He worked hard to im-
,aw ' S prove the school and spent his time talking to stu-
i ,,tc , dents, teaching two Social Studies classes, and tak-
es , ing Principal Malmgren's place when he was at
so lVlr. Nlalmgren helped establish better communica-
S 'o'n ii tion within the school and the community. He met
" many times with the Student Concerns Committee to
get the voice of the students.
Don Smith, in addition to counseling the students,
helped with the scheduling, supplied career informa-
tion, and provided testing services.
Peggy Cole furnished invaluable assistance to ev-
erybody. She kept the books, maintained the copy
machine, and took dictation.
Gloria Baumgard ran the main office, kept student
aides hopping, and was in charge of attendance.
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There were three new faces this year on
the staff. Dorothy Powhida, who took Mrs.
Bartleson's position, taught English and
drama. Larry Trujillo taught the music and
choir departments when Mr. Peterson left.
Jerry Owen, who is also the assistant Prin-
cipal, Fllled in for Josh Mintz and taught
two Social Studies classes.
Many of the teachers spent time outside
of class working with students. They spon-
sored classes, took students on held trips,
watched over dances, and coached sports.
With the teachers encouraging the stu-
dents mlnds and the students developing
their ideas, a lot of learning took place.
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Resource, Dave Budz, Social
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Science. Bottom: Marcia Skaro,
P.E.g Ann Kaplan, Social Studies.
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Kroepsch, H.E., Ruth Hirter, ness Ed., Jerry Buck, Industrial
Media Specialist, Betty Syhre, Arts, Kent Lyon, Mathematics.
teachers aide. Middle: Burke -
Taft, Science: Mickey Bartleson,
Top: Donna Schaper, Art and
Photography, Ed Wendel, Lan-
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Larry Trujillo, Band and Choir,
Caroline Reardon, Language
Arts, Bottom: Jim Pederson,
Math, Lou Straight, P.E., and
Wanda Headrick, Foreign Lan-
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Our school is doing just great
with our custodians, Doug Gibney,
Pat Gibney, and Mary Coombs,
keeping N.H.S. up to its highest
standards. Of course, we still have
our cooks busy in the kitchen pre-
paring our piping hot meals. They
were Oma Brannon, who became
head cook after Eileen Lewis left
at semester, Pat Ewing, Cindy
lVlcColIum and Jean Kutscher
helped out. Slug kept the buses
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Elizabeth B, Bramhall
Virginia W. Patterson,
Frederick W. Bierhaus
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Student Advisory Council is a
committee for selected students
2 to converse with Superintendent
of Schools, Dr. iiPat" Ryan. They
discuss problems pertaining to
the schools, compare them, and
talk about possible solutions.
They also review the budget and
the district issues, how, if needed,
the system could be changed. Dr.
Ryan and the students meet ev-
ery month with a different high
school as host.
The year closes with a dinner,
usually held at the Hungry
Farmer. School Board members
and all SAC students attend to
discuss the accomplishments of
Children leave parentsg friends leave friends.
Acquaintances move on. People change homes.
People grow apart. Enemies hate and move on
Friends love and move on.
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Heavy snows during track practices did nothing
to keep old records safe from a large boy's team
and a girl's team being trained by a coach who
lacked the seasoning but not the ability.
New records: 110 yd. hurdles, Beth Dismuke.
220 yd. dash, Joan McNally. 880 yd. run, Cheri
Boyle. Mile run, Cheri Boyle. Mile Relay, Joan
McNally, Diane Chessman, Kathy Kanach, and
Cheri Boyle. Medley, Joan McNally, Diane Chess-
man, Kathy Kanach, Cheri Boyle. 880 yd. relay,
Sheila Smith, Diane Chessman, Joan McNally, An-
nie Groleau. 100 yd. dash, T.J. Lutz, 880 yd. run,
Lance Touve. Triple Jump, Martin Maloney. Discus
John Herzog. Low Hurdles, Steve Herzog. High
Hurdles, Matt Miller.
Track team members: Liz DiJulio, Beth Dismuke
Cheri Boyle, Sheila Smith, Beth Penick, Annie
Groleau, Joan McNally, Tammy Valdez, Diane
Chessman, Lori Smith, John Herzog, Lance Touve
Ron Kenney, T.J. Lutz, Matt Miller, Steve Herzog,
Peter Heikel, Chris Moauro, Kevin Briels, Martin
Maloney, Dave Pierce, Dave Cingo, Don Anderson,
Jim Travers, and Scott Bentley.
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Senioritis of "78v
The HGreat 78" class, led by President Diane Chessman,
Vice-President Martin lVlaIoney, Secretary-Treasurer Kelly
Thompson lwhile Kelly was on vacation, Karen Farrell filled
inl, and aided by their sponsors Ed Wendel and Amelia
lVliller, had some great times. The class did their own slide
show, pulled off a fun, sunny ditch-day, planned their much-
awaited escape CGRADUATIOND, and got involved in every-
thing from athletics and band to Student Council, Thespians,
and Yearbook. It was a fast year, except for the last few
hours, minutes, seconds land parts thereofl when usenior-
itis" set in. They were a really tremendous and varied class,
and this school is going to truly miss these fine, young men
and women. Good-luck, Class of '78!
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Kim Harris Mitchell
The pink walls of heaven,
The sunset on high,
Where magnificent mountains
Merge with the sky.
In iofty formations
The clouds roll on through
To transform the horizon
To a beautiful view.
Not far in the distance
Their peaks I can see,
And the bases sway gently
From the wind in the trees.
When these mountains surround me
At my feet and above,
I know with assurance
It is them that I love.
by Lance Touve
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"Prom? It was fantastic!" This was a typical re-
action from anyone who went to this year's Prom.
The Junior class spent 51,000 getting the Harvest
House, Celebrity, the Sweat Brothers' band, and
paying the way of any Senior guy and his date. Af-
ter the 8:00 to 12:00 dance, the more energetic
and alert types wended their way from the
crowded hotel to their cars. Upon bringing the ve-
hicles to life, they cruised gracefully lsome less so
than othersl along the highways andbyways to
Celebrity Sports where some swam, some sank,
and none drowned. The Juniors selected King and
Queen, Lance Touve and Belinda Keene, and at-
tendants Ron Kenny and Lori Cole.
Though one could see many yawns in the course
of the I-o-n-g n-i-g-h-t, everyone enjoyed them-
selves. It was a tremendous job by the Junior
"'S N 64aNu
Graduation ceremonies began
with the processional, led by Ju-
nior lVlarshalls, Steve Williams and
Lori Cole. To the theme from
Mahogany, the 38 seniors
marched by couples onto the
Class salutatorian, Sherri Dris-
coll, gave the hrst speech and was
followed by former N.H.S. teacher,
Chuck Boerio, who got a standing
ovation from the seniors. Diplomas
were awarded, and a slide show
The class colors were light blue
and dark blue, and set off the yel-
low rose, the class Flower, whlch
was carried by each senior girl.
Valedictorian, Kim Harris lVlitch-
ell stated in her address that many
emotions were expressed in all
graduations and this was no
CARY BLACKWELL: Newspaper Editor
11, Pep Club 9, Close Up 11,
KEVIN BRIELS: Basketball 9-12, Foot-
ball 9-10, Track 9-12, Wrestling 9-10.
TOM CARLINE: Skiing 9,10,11 84 12,
"N" Club 9,10,11 84 12, Student Coun-
cil Representative 9, Yearbook 12,
Newspaper 11-12, Newspaper Editor
11-12, Student Council Retreat 11.
CRYSTAL BRAKAGE: Close Up 11, Con-
cerned Students Comm. 12.
DIANE CHESSMAN: Track 9,10,11 84
12, Skiing 9,10,11 84 12, Volleyball 9,10
84 12, Gymnastics 9-10, "N" Club
9,10,11 84 12, Spanish Club 10,11 84 12,
National Honor Society 11-12, Student
Advisory Council 12, Cheerleader 9-11,
Thespian 12, Class Ofhcer President 12,
Secretary 11, Student Council Repre-
sentative 9,10,11 84 12, Newspaper 12,
Student Council Retreat 11, Account-
ability Comm. 11-12, Pep Club 9,10,11
84 12, Girls' State 11, Winter Carnival
Queen 10, Math Award 9, English
Award 10, Senior Class Sweetheart 12.
STEVE CH RISTMAN: Football 9, Skiing
9,10,11 84 12, French Club 12, German
Club 10, Thespian 10,11 84 12, Honor
Thespian 12, Student Council 9-10, Un-
derstudy Pres. 10, Representative 9,
Yearbook 11-12, Newspaper 12, Home-
coming Attendant 12, Pep Club 12.
CRAIG DANIELS: Skiing 9-10
SCARLETTE DeLANCY: Basketball 11,
Track 10, "N" Club 11, Cheerleader 12,
Newspaper 12, Homecoming Queen 12,
Pep Club 10-11.
SH ERRY DRISCOLL:
MICHELLE ESTES: Skiing 10, Pep Club
11, Cheerleader 11, German Club 11.
KAREN FARRELL: Class Ofhcer Secre-
tary-Treasurer 12, Student Council 12,
Student Council Retreat 11, Pep Club
GEORGE GIGGEY: Basketball Mgr. 12.
KIM HARRIS MITCHELL: Basketball 9-
10, Volleyball 10, UN" Club 9, National
Honor Society 12, Newspaper 12.
STEVE HERZOG: Football 11-12, Track
9,10,11 84 12, Wrestling 12, Skiing 10-
11, UN" Club 10,11 84 12, German Club
9,10 84 11, National Honor Society 11-
12, Student Advisory Council 11, Class
Officer V. Pres. 11, lreasurer 10, Stu-
dent Council Rep. 11, Homecoming At-
tendant 11, Junior Marshall 11, Optim-
ist Award 10, V.F.W. Award 9, Pep Club
11'-12, Masonic Award 11, All Confer-
ence Football 12.
PETER HEIKEL: Stage Band 12, John
Philip Sousa Award 12, Track 12.
KEVIN HINES: Basketball 12, Student
Council Retreat 11.
MITCH HURLEY: Football 9-11.
STEVE JENNINGS: Basketball 9,10,11
84 12, Football 9,10,11 84 12, HN" Club
9,10,11 84 12, Newspaper 12.
VICKI JOHN: Basketball 11, Volleyball
9,10, 11 84 12, Gymnastics 9, UN" Club
9,10,11 84 12, Cheerleader 9,10 84 12,
Newspaper 12, Homecoming Queen 10-
11, Pep Club 9,10,11 84 12.
SANDY LEWIS: Volleyball 9,10, 84 11,
Track 11, Gymnastics 9, "N" Club 10-
11, Cheerleader 10,11 84 12, Pep Club
9,10,11 84 12, Close Up 11.
KRISTI JENSEN: National Honor So-
ciety 12, Newspaper 10-11, Close Up
BELINDA KEENE: Track 9,10 84 11,
Volleyball 10-11, Gymnastics 9, HN"
Club 10-11, Spanish Club 11, National
Honor Society 11-12, Student Advisory
Council 11, Cheerleader 9-10, Class Of-
ficer V. Pres. 9-10, Student Council Of-
Gcer 12, Representative 9,10 84 11,
Yearbook Editor 12, Newspaper 10-11,
Editor 11, Junior Marshall 11, Student
Council Workshops 12, Pep Club
9,10,11 84 12, DAR Award 12, Prom
JOSH MAAG: Skiing 10,11 84 12.
MARTIN MALONEY: Basketball 10,11
84 12, Football 10,11 84 12, Track 11-
12, UN" Club 10,11 84 12, Student Advi-
sory Council 12, Thespian 11-12, Class
Officer V. Pres. 12, Student Council
Treas. 11, Rep. 12, Yearbook 12, News-
paper 10-12, Junior Usher 11, Close Up
11, All Conference Basketball 12, Foot-
ball All Conference 12.
CHRIS MAURO: Basketball 12, Football
11-12, Track 11-12, Wrestling 11, PN"
Do not follow where the path
may lead, go instead where
there is no path and leave a
trail.-Class of '78 motto.
MATT MILLER: Basketball 11-12,
Football 9-10, Track 9,10,11 84 12, "N"
Club 10,11 84 12, National Honor So-
ciety 11-12, Student Council Rep. 11,
Newspaper Editor 11-12, Junior Usher
11, Student Council Retreat 11, Pep
CHUCK SAWYER: Thespian 11-12.
EDITH O'REAR: Gymnastics 9-10,
TANYA SIEGFRIED: Volleyball 12,
Gymnastics 9, Spanish Club 9,10 84 11,
National Honor Society 12, Student
Council Rep. 12, Student Council Re-
treat 11, Pep Club 9,10 84 12.
ALICE ROSS: Track 9, Gymnastics 10,
Close Up 12, VICA 12.
DIANE SMITH: Skiing 9,10,11 84 12,
Track 9, Volleyball 9, German Club 9,10
84 11, National Honor Society 11-12,
Student Advisory Council 9,10,11 84 12,
Cheerleader 11-12, Class Officer Presi-
dent 9, Yearbook 12, Homecoming At-
tendant 9, Pep Club 9,10,11 84 12, Ma-
sonic Award 11, American Legion 9,
ISE llntercultural Student Experiencel
ANDREA TAYLOR: Volleyball 10.
LANCE TOUVE: Football 11-12, Track
9-12, Skiing 10-12, "N" Club 10-12,
Thespian 12, Student Council Officer-
President 12, Yearbook Layout Editor
12, Newspaper 11, Student Council
Workshop 11, Pep Club 11.
CARL VAIR: Wrestling 12.
KELLY THOMPSON: Skiing 9,10,11 84
12, Gymnastics 9-10, "N" Club 10,11 84
12, Spanish Club 10-11, Cheerleader
11, Class Officer President 11, Sec. 12,
Student Council 11-12 Council Retreat
11, Pep Club 9,10,11 84 12.
JIM TRAVERS: Basketball 9,10,11 84
12, Football 10-11, Track 10 84 12, "N"
Club 9,10,11 84 12, Thespian 12, Stu-
dent Council Representative 12, News-
paper 12, All Conference Basketball 11
PAM WILSOF: Basketball 11 84 12, Vol-
leyball 11, Class Ofhcer Treasurer 11,
Student Council Rep. 11, V.F.W. Award
You think on the many who have moved into
Your hazy memory. You look on those present
The Junior High football team started their sea-
son practicing with the varsity team. The rest of
the season Coach Lyon worked with the eighth and
ninth grade gridders to build the program and to
compete with other Junior High Schools in Boulder
Valley. They didn't come out on top this year but
we are hoping that in the years to come, the
scores will be higher than ever before.
Kent Lyon said lllndividual effort was excellent
at times. We lacked consistency which resulted in
a 0-7 season. Next year will be much better!"
The team members from left to right are:
lst row: Kent Snow, Don Hartleb, R J Houser,
Paul Mauro, Carl Curry, David Ludwig, Brian Pen-
ick, Bobby Grahn, Blain Strand, Kent Lyon-
2nd row: Mitch Mullins, Tom lVlcNally, Alan
Brooks, Kirk Lally, Greg Herzog, Clint Heltibridle,
Mark Blackwell, Dave Postlewait, Curt Estes.
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volleyball team had a good season. They
won two out ofthe tive games they
played, although they got skunked by
the middle level Faculty.
The 5 schools the team played were
Louisville, Lafayette, Platte, Casey, and
Broomfield, and the players were very
pleased with the large home game at-
tendance. Middle Level players were
Caryn Stucky-Captain, Gigi Brooks,
Beth Busch, Julie Callister, Vicki Ka-
nach, Heidi Lutz, Serena Seigfried, and
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eight middle level
From left to right
the players are: Dave
Herzog, Dave Lud-
wich, Mike Herzog,
and Chet Smith. Not
pictured were: Tom
McNally, Bill Jen-
nings, R.J. Houser,
and Coach Lou
The boy's wrestling
team did a great job
pinning their man to
the mat. They par-
ticipated in a A848
man tournament at
Platt. Dave Ludwich,
who had a 5-1
record for the season
took hrst in the tour-
nament and Tom
McNally, with a 6-1
record, took 3rd. The
other players were:
Greg Herzog, R.J.
Houser, Curtis Dick-
inson, Mike Herzog,
Ray McNally, Dave
Hurley, Clint Helti-
bridle, Eric Lutz and
Lou Straight was
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Jim Pederson and his large crew of girl's bas-
ketball players, did a pretty good job. They had
some difficulty because they were in an eighth
grade league with seventh, eighth and ninth
grade players, and that will be a problem again
They defeated Lafayette and Casey Junior
High, and lost to Louisville and Broomfield.
The Middle Level newspaper staff worked very
hard to create a unique and interesting 'tPanther
Beat." They tried to get it out every Friday. Some
of the regular features were Dear Gabby, a short
story, and a mini mystery.
Staff members include: Debbie Ewing, editor,
Rarc Brakhage, Gigi Brooks, Pat Ostranger, Val-
erie Hughes, Tammi Jennings, Kathy Postlewait,
and Theresa Foreman.
The Middle Level Student Council was very
successful for their hrst year. Besides writing
a new constitution, some of the accomplish-
ments for the year were putting on a dance,
having a softball game, selling magazines,
and having a Christmas party. One activity
done for the benefit of the whole school, was
the movie, 'tThe Birds," which was very pop-
ular and definitely successful as a scary
The Student Council officers were: Tammy
Jennings, President, Kirk Lally, Vice-Presi-
dent, Julie Callister, Secretary, and Rarc
Brakhage was the Treasurer. The sponsor
was Nls. Kaplan and Heidi Lutz made sure
the parliamentary procedure was being 2
The Council had a good, successful year
and hopes to continue their involvement.
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The seventh graders 'lturned over a new leaf"
when they arrived at the high school. The Hrst year is
always the roughest, but they really seemed to be en-
joying it. They scampered around the halls trying to
see how much noise they could make. Some were
quiet, but most of them just loved to be rowdy.
They participated in as many sports as they were
able. Christina DiJulio was the Middle level football
manager, but got tired of it because there were no
other girls to talk to.
The entire Middle level was sponsored by Ms. Ka-
plan, Mrs. Reardon, Mr. Hodgson, and Mr. Lyon.
Seventh grade ofticers were Max Kirch as the Presi-
dent, while Chet Smith was the Vice President. Sec-
retary's job was done by Micheal Herzog and A.D.
Hurley was treasurer.
Chet Smith and Debbie Ewing were 7th grade roy-
alty at the Valentine Dance.
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Ray McNally Janet McDougall Mike Maher
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The eighth grade, unpopularly known as the middle
level students, govern their own Student Council.
Tammy Jennings led the way as President, Kirk Lally
as Vice President, Julie Callister was Secretary, and
Rarc Brakhage as Treasurer.
A flock of these students could be seen spending
every free moment Skateboarding, until the snow got
too deep. When they moved the activity to the lower
hall, it was soon banned. The army of Skateboarders
restlessly waited for Springtime.
Class officers were: President-Kirk Lally, Vice
President-Danny Miklautsch, Secretary-Stacy Mon-
roe, Treasurer-Bob Richards.
Heidi Lutz and Greg Herzog were the eighth grade
royalty at the Valentine Dance.
Congratulations to Kirk Lally, who was named to
the Union Pacific League Honor Band.
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Anable, Chris 34, 69
Anable, Mike 74, 76
Anderson, Don 7, 37
Atteberry, Lynne 74, 76
Atteberry, Suzanne 33, 39
Auvil, Merle 74
Bartell, Greg 4, 5, 6, 26, 37, 38
Bartell, Jeff 4, 7, 15, 26, 40
Bartkowiak, Kelly 28
Bartleson, Lynne 71
Bartleson, Mickey 45
Bartlett, Heidi 65, 71
Baumgard, Gloria 43
Bennett, Dan 15, 34, 36
Bennett, Paul 2, 7, 22, 23, 26,
Benson, Chris 71, 73
Rarc 69, 74
Bentley, Scott 10, 40
Blackwell, Cary 54
Blackwell, Debbie 13, 21, 22,
31, 40, 41
Blackwell, Mark 65, 66, 74, 76
Bluhm, Shelly 9, 30, 34, 35
Bonnett, Jean 71
Boyle, Cathy 32, 40
Boyle, Cheryl 9, 30, 34, 50
Brakhage Bear 10, 34
Brakhage Crystal 45, 54
Brakhage Neowyn 12, 13,40
Brannon, Janis 2, 37
Briels, Kevin 2, 17, 18, 19, 21,
28, 52, 54
Brooks, Alan 15, 34, 35, 66
Brooks, Gigi 67, 69, 70, 74, 76
Brown, Darvan 37
Brumbaugh, Bruce 74
Buck, Jerry 45
Budz, Dave 22, 28, 44
Burris, Nancy 14, 37, 39
Burris, Teresa 14, 17, 18, 25,
Busch, Elizabeth 74
Callister, Donna 71, 72
Callister, Julie 67, 69, 70, 74
Carline, Tom 49, 53, 54
Carmichel, Jim 2, 37
Carroll, Leslie 34
Cartwright, Jay 26, 37
Cartwright, Lisa 34
Chapman, Dave 40
Chessman, Diane 18, 19, 30,
31, 33, 49, 52, 54, 55
Christman, Steve 13, 30, 31,
33, 52, 55, 80
Cieloha, Cheryl 9, 22, 40, 41
Cieloha, Sandy 25, 34, 36
Clark, Diana 74
Coffman, Cristy 34
Coffman, Rick 4, 40
Cole, Lori 10, 13, 16, 24, 40,
42, 60, 62
Cole, Peggy 43
Cole, Robert 53, 55
Conkright, Charlotte 30, 34
Conrad, Melissa 40
Covington, Chris 65, 74, 77
Cowdery, Ernie 40
Crenshaw, Jeff 13, 37
Cseh, Joe 71
Curry, Carl 15, 34, 35, 66
Daniel, Craig 52, 54
Daniel, Pat 40
Darnell, Elizabeth 71, 73
Darnell, John 4, 37
DeLancey, Scarlette 1, 24, 35,
53, 55, 80
Dickinson, Curtis 58, 65, 74
DiJulio, Christina 69, 71
DiJulio, Elizabeth 9, 24, 25, 34,
Dismuke, Beth 17, 34, 51
Driscoll, Sheryl 23, 55,63
Dwyer, David 75
Dwyer, Janet 40
Dwyer, Jeff 3, 12, 40
Eaton, Joan 10, 11, 18, 19, 37
Erickson, Lynn 71
Erickson, Mark 15, 30, 34
Estes, Curt 66, 73, 75
Estes, Jef? 22, 40
Estes, Michelle 49, 53,55
Ewing, Bart 4, 26,40
Ewing, Debbie 69, 70, 71, 72,
Faltermeier, Robert 37
Faucette, Jef? 28, 37
Farrell, Karen 10, 11, 54, 55,
Foreman, Teresa 70
Fowler, Laura 24, 25, 37
Frazier, Mandy 75-77
Fuller, Susan 65
Gadbois, Adam 71
Garrison, Mike 73, 75
Giggey, George 3, 28, 49, 52,
Graham, Terry 71,72
Grahn, Bob 18, 30, 34,60
Green, Ben 30, 31, 37
Greenrod, Kenny 71
Groleau, Annette 9, 18, 19, 30,
Hammond, Kelli 71, 72, 73
Harrington, James 71
Hartleb, Don 66, 73, 75
Hartleb, Teresa 21, 27, 40
Headrick, Wanda 46
Heikel, Peter 20, 52, 56
Heltibridle, Clint 58, 65, 66, 75
Herzog, Greg 58, 66, 71, 75, 76,
Herzog, John 4, 5, 26, 38, 51
Herzog, Mike 2, 58, 71
Herzog, Steve 3, 4, 5, 21, 26,
51, 53, 56, 63
Hines, Kevin 52, 56
Hines, Michelle 35
Hines, Randy 1, 40
Hirter, Ruth 45
Hodgson, Ed 44
Holzhauer, Paul 56, 63
Hooks, James 38
Hooks, Joanne 40
Houser, R.J. 35, 58, 60
Hurley, A.D. 58,71
Hurley, Mitchell 56
Iovino, Tony 71,73
Jankowski, Brenda 10, 11, 16,
Jankowski, Brian 28, 41
Jennings, Bill 4, 35
Jennings, Liz 72
Jennings, Steve 3, 4, 7, 28, 53,
Jennings, Tammy 65, 69, 70,75
Jennings, Teresa 9, 38
Jensen, Kristi 10,11, 23, 54, 57
John, Joni 2, 9, 33, 38
John, Vicki 1, 2, 24, 25, 52, 53,
Kanach, Kathy 4,13, 27, 32,41
Kanach, Vicki 69, 74, 75
Kaplan, Ann,44, 69, 70
Keene, Belinda 2,10, 11, 23,
52, 54, 57, 60
, Cindy 23, 24, 32, 41
Keene, Stephanie 24, 25, 35, 36
Kenny, Ron 1, 2, 30, 32, 41, 50,
Kenny, Tom 72
Keyes, Heidi 71, 72
Keyes, John 1, 41,42
Kimbrough, Harry 35
Kirsch, Max 58, 72
Klingaman, Mike 41
Klingman, Scott 38
Jane 2, 5, 38
Kroepsch, Suzanne 10, 45
Lally, Kirk 66, 69, 70, 71, 75,
Landers, Liz 9, 22, 41
Landers, Rachel 9, 38
Sandy 1, 49, 52, 57
Logan, Jerry 75
Logan, Melissa 38
Bob 75, 77
Chip 1, 41
Ludwick, Betsy 30, 73, 77
Ludwick, Dave 58, 66, 75
Lutz, Eric 58, 71, 72
Lutz, Heidi 67, 69, 75, 76
Lutz, T.J. 4, 7, 20, 21, 28, 41,
Lyon, Kent 45, 66
Maag, Beth 42
Maag, Josh 53, 57
MacDougall, Lisa 75
MaHaffy, David 103, 104
Maher, Mike 72
Malmgren, Dick 7, 43, 61
Maloney, Martin 13, 18, 28, 50,
Maloney, Melanie 69, 76
Maloney, Murdock 28, 38
Mans, David 72
Marinus, Terry 76
Mavis, Juanita 7, 38, 39
McCutcheon, Brian 76
McDougall, Janet 65, 69, 72
McNally, Jim 4, 5, 7, 14, 17, 26,
McNally, Joan 9, 27, 42
McNally, Ray 58, 72
McNally, Tom 10, 35, 58, 60
Miller, Amelia 45,61
Miller, Don 72, 73
Miller, Nlatt 28, 29, 32, 49, 53,
Minister, Kay 23, 27,42
Mintz, Josh 44, 61
Mitchell Harris, Kim 45, 56
Mitchell, Mark 7, 26, 38
Moauro, Chris 2, 4, 5, 28, 49,
53, 58, 63
Moauro, Paul 20, 30, 35, 60
Mohan, Londa 3, 10, 13, 22, 38
Monroe, Stacey 74, 75, 76
Mullins, Mitch 35,66
Murphy, Karen 38
Nagy, Dawn 72
Nummelin, Linda 42
0'Rear, Edith 58
0'Rear, Ruben 73
Ustranger, Andy 73
Ostranger, Pat 70, 71, 76
Overdorff, Scott 28, 39
Owens, Jerry 43
Pederson, Jim 46, 61, 69
Penick, Beth 39
Penick, Brian 35, 66
Peterson, Mark 44
Pierce, David 4, 23, 30, 42
Pierce, Glen 73
Postlewait, Dave 58, 66, 73, 76
Postlewait, Kathy 70, 73
Postlewait, Steve 26, 39
Powhida, Dorothy 46
Prescott, Lavonne 65, 69, 73
Raymo, Mark 35
Reardon, Caroline 46
Richards, Bob 65, 76
Richards, Lenore 42
Ross, Alice 22, 58, 63, 80
Rouch, Annette 75, 76
Sampson, Eric 73
Sanchez, Mary 14
Sawyer, Chuck 18, 22, 58
Schaper, Donna 13, 23, 46
Schoelzel, Kurt 42
Seveland, Paul 39
Shomler, Kathy 42
Siebert, Bob 35
Siegfried, Lisa 9, 39
Siegfried, Serena 65, 69, 75,
Siegfried, Tanya 10, 23, 52, 58
Siemer, Gale 39
Skaro, Marcia 44, 61
Cnet 73, 77
Diane 24, 30, 49, 53
Don 43, 61
Lori 7, 13, 24, 42
Peter 1, 42
Sheila 22, 37, 39
Kent 2, 76
Stamm, Eric 10, 11, 16, 42
Stamm, Shawna 36
ns, Randy 73
Straight, Lou 4, 61
Strand, Blaine 15, 36
Strand, Brad 42
Strand, Celeste 36
Taft, Burke 45, 61
Taylor, Andrea 59
Thompson, Kelly 10, 31, 59, 80
Touve, Lance 1, 4, 10, 11, 13,
17, 18, 19, 21, 30, 31,
50, 52, 59, 60, 62, '1T0uv"
Larry 30, 32, 39
Towner, Roland 35, 36
Travers, Don 20, 28, 29, 39
Travers, James 2, 9, 17, 18, 19,
28, 52, 59
Travers, Richard 28, 29, 32
Trujillo, Larry 46, 51
Turner, Johnna 36, 69
Tyler, Andrea 73
Tyler, Nathan 76
Vair, Carl 26, 52, 59
Vair, Keith 3, 39
Valdez, Tammy 9, 27,
Wallis, Jackie 36, 69
Walsh, Maureen 76
Weeks, Deena 65, 70, 72, 73
Wendel, Ed 22, 28,40
Wesley, DeAnna 44
Karen 21, 76
Cory 30, 39
Robby 30, 39
Steve 4, 6, 28, 29, 40
Wilson, Pam 27, 53, 59
Young, Regan 59
Young, Rise 36
Young, Rohn 22, 39
People move in and out of each otheris lives,
And each leaves his mark on the other.
You find you are made up of bits and pieces
Of all who ever touched your life, and you are
More because of it, and you would be less if
They had not touched you.
Bits and Pieces
Bits and Pieces
From GOD IS NO FOOL by Lois Cheney, C py ght
Q 1969 by Abingdo P ss, Used by permission.
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