Andover Central High School - Memoirs Yearbook (Andover, NY)
- Class of 1951
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Text from Pages 1 - 110 of the 1951 volume:
5The Senior Class of 1951 dedicates this yearbook to one of our highly respected teachers, Mr. Laurence Bartz. We bestow upon him our sincere appreciation and gratitude for his untiring effort in making this book successful. However, it is the enthusiasm, encouragement, and patience, which he has extended to us and his unsurpassed skill in teaching that bring from us our highest recognition. He is one to whom we have turned again and again for assistance and understanding. He has never let us down. The Senior Class recognizes your personal exemplification of excellent citizenship in both our school and our community. Mr. Bartz, may you and your family long be with us.
Laurence Bartz, B.S. Art Education, is a graduate of Albright High School, ffalo, N.Y.; and New York State Teachers College, Buffalo, N.Y. He has ne graduate work at Geneseo Normal and Syracuse University. Mr. Bartz u ;ht school at Springville, N.Y., before coming to the Andover Central hool. He served in the Armed Forces of the United States in the Amphibian gineers. He participated in the campaigns of New Guinea, Morotoia, Philli-nes, and Japan.i3ADMINISTRATION
W.J.ALDERSON Clerk of Board
PRINCIPAL JAMES H. KESSLER
VICE PRINCIPAL George E. Reil
1MR. CARMODY Social Studies
MRS. BAKER English
Wiss Winkleman MusicMISS SCHERMERHORN 3rd Grade
MRS. CONNOR 1st Grade
ISS EVANS kindergarten
MISS TAYLOR Secretary
MRS. GREENS School NurseCLASS OFFICERS
Dean Fisher Spike”
Class Officer-President 4
Senior Play-Cyrus Scudder
Ambition-To Be Successful
Eunice Jane Hall Eunice Major-Science
Class Officer-Vice President 4
Tournaments-Ping Pong 2,3,4 Shuffleboard 3,4 Badminton-3,4 Ambition -Nurse
Charles Snyder Charlie
Major -Math,Science Class Officer-Vice-Pres.2 Treasurer 4 Yearbook-Advertising Senior Play-Jeffrey Scudder Basketball-1,2 J.V., 3.4, Varsity Baseball-12,3,4 Varsity Soccer-1.2,3 Varsity Track-3,4
Ambition - Engineer
Colleen Veronica McAndrews Connie
Class Officer-Secretary 4
Maxine Luella Baker Maxine Major-Business, Science Yearbook- Asst. Editor Glee Club-1,2,3,4 Student Council-3 F.H.A.-1,2,3,4 Camera Club-3,
Caroline Stott Briggs Carol Major-Latin, Science,Math Class Officer-President 3 Yearbook-Organization Honor Roll-1,2,3,1
Senior Play-Mrs.Augusta Campbell Cheerleader-J.V. 1 Orchestra-1,2,3,1
Glee Club-1,2,3, Hi-Herald-1,2,3,1
Student Council-3 F.H. A. -3,
Library Council-3,4 Ambition - To Teach Homemaking
Archie Baker Mickey
Major -Science,Math Yearbook-Advertising Senior Play-Dick Brannigan Basketball-1,2,3 J.V. Baseball-2,3,4 Soccer-1,2 Track-4
Intramurals-1,2,3,4 Tournaments-Ping Pong 3 Ambition-Salesman
Alice Bostick- Allie
Major-Business,Home Economics Yearbook-Solicitor Glee Club-1,2,3,4 F.H. A. -3,
Library Councll-4 Ambition-Beautician
Phyllis Jean Burger Phil Major-Math, Science Class Officer-Treasurer 3 Yearbook-Business Manager.
Tournaments-Ping Pong 1,2,3,4 Ambition-Nurse
Danjaan Ann Crandell Danjaan
Major - Business
Band - 1,2,3th
Chorus - 1
Orchestra - 2
Camera lub - 3 th
Hl-Herald -3 th
Library Council - I4.
F.H.A. - 2Franklin Durwood Cornish Frank Major-Business Hi-Herald-2 F.F.A.-1,2,3 Camera Club-2,3,4 -H 1,2,3 Intramurals-1,2,3,4 Tournament-Ping Pong Ambition - To Graduate
Charles Dougherty Charlie
Ambition-To Be a Farmer
Ruth Evelyn Curry Blondie Major-Home Economics Honor Roll-1,2.3,4 Glee Club-2,3,4 Hi-Herald-2,3 Intramurals-l,2 Ambitlon-To Graduate
Agnes Davis Aggie Major-Business, Home Economics F. H. A.-1,2,3,1
Glee Club-1,2,3,1 Intramurals-l, 2 N • R • A • —1
Ambition—To be a Secretary
Victor Daley Flash Major-Business
Class Officer-Secy and Treas. 2 Basketball-1,2 J.V., 3,4 Varsity Soccer-1.2,3,4 Varsity Track-3,4 Varsity Intramurals-1,2,3,4 Tournaments-1,2 Ambition-To Be Successful
John Dougherty Jack Major-Math, Science Yearbook-Typist Senior Play-Kingston Campbell Hi-Herald,1
Ambition- To Be a TeacherElizabeth Arlene Edwards Arlene
Senior Play-Ma Brannigan
Cheerleader-J.V. 1, Varsity 2
Glee Club-1,2,3 A P. H. A.-2,3
Ambition-Get the Most Out of Life
Richard Eugene Hancock Dick
Camera Club-3 A
Ambition - To Graduate
Harry Leon Foster ''Harry Major - Business, Science Senior Play-Bildad Tapp Ambition - To Be a Teacher
Teresa Marie Joyce Teresa
Class Officer-Vice President 1
Camera Club-3A Girls Athletic Assoc.-4 Ambition - Secretary
Elenor Janet Hall Peanut Major-Business Glee Club-1,2.3A F.H.A.-1,2,3 4 Camera Club-4 Library Council-4 Girls Athletic Assoc.-4 Tournaments - Ping Pong Ambition - Stenographer
Donna Marie Nobles Donna Major-Business and Homemaking Glee Club-1,2,3 F. H. A.-1,2,3 Camera Club-1,2 Hi Herald-2,3 Rifleman's Association- Ambitlon-To get somewhere in life
Ruby Helen Ordiway - Rube
Major -Homemaking Yearbook-Solicitor Glee Club-2,3,4 P.H.A.-3,4 Library Council-3,
Ambition -Get the Most Out of Life
Patricia Ann Sackett Pat
Major - Science
Class Officers- Secretary 3
Senior Play-Kay Brannigan
Girls Athletic Assoc.-4
Tournaments-Ping Pong.Badminton Ambition-Nurse
Marcella Smith- Marcy
Class Officer-Pres.k, Vice-Pres.3
Senior Play-Betty Brannigan
Camera Club-3,4 Library Counci1-3,
Girls Athletic Assoc.-4 N.R.A.-4
Intramurals-1,2,3,4 Tournaments-Badmintonl Ambition-Nurse
Jack Wheaton Jack
Class Offleer-President 2 Yearbook-Business Manager Basketball-1,2 J.V., 3, Varsity Baseball-1,2 Soccer-1.2,3,4 Varsity Track-3,4 Varsity Student Council-2,4 Intramurals-2,3
Tournaments- Foul Shooting 2,3 Ambition -To Travel JlalL ojj fycune.
Early in the Fall of 1947 the Hi Herald voted to sponsor a hall of fame. This hall of fame was to include five members of the Senior Class who were judged as follows:
2. Student must be in the upper half of the class.
5. Physical and moral development.
These were the main requirements.
Each member of the Hall of Fame receives membership to the National Honor Society.
This is the beginning of a tradition which will, we hope, be kept in years to come.eMcdl fyameCLASS WILL
We, the Seniors of Andover Central School, being of sound mind and body,
do hereby bestow and bequeath to our fellow student and teachers the follow
ARCHIE BAKER leaves his shyness to Bill McNeill.
MAXINE BAKER leaves her ability to drive to anyone who is brave enough to
ALICE BOSTICK leaves her typing speed to Rodney Wheeler.
CAROLINE BRIGGS leaves her fountain pen to Margaret Daley so that she won't have to carry her ink with her next year.
PHYLLIS BURGER leaves her height to Anita Nichols.
FRANKLIN CORNISH leaves his shorthand ability to whomever wants it.
VICTOR DALEY leaves his alarm clock to Evan Dolan to see if it will do any better for him than it has done for Vic.
RUTH CURRY leaves her quiet life to Kay Mickle.
AGNES DAVIS leaves her false tooth to anyone who wants it.
EVERETT DAVIS leaves his agricultural ability to Dale Green.
CHARLES DOUGHERTY leaves his careful driving ability to Mr. Kessler to dispose of among the up and coming speedsters as he sees fit.
JOHN DOUGHERTY leaves his bashfulness to Eddie Harkenrider.
ARLENE EDWARDS leaves her enthusiasm towards American History to Mr. Conde'.
DEAN FISHER leaves his speech ability to Skip Jackson.
HARRY FOSTER leaves his taxi service to Dale Pelton.
EUNICE HALL leaves her tonsils in the science room on exhibit A for next year's Biology class.
JANET HALL leaves her shyness to Marion Milligan.
DICK HANCOCK leaves his driving ability to Eddie Harkenrider.
TERESA JOYCE leaves her athletic ability to Janet Gleason.
COLLEEN MeANDREWS leaves her ability to lead the band to Lucille Smith.
DONNA NOBLES leaves her temper to Dolores Brown.
RUBY ORDIWAY leaves her shyness to Jay Taylor.
PAT 3ACKLTT leaves her weight to Phyllis Perry.
MARCELLA SMITH leaves her ability to pay attention in Business Arithmetic class to Margarett Daily.
CHARLES SiIYDER leaves his spelling ability to Jo Ann Marsh.
JACK HEATON leaves his shot putt ability to Jay Taylor.
To MRS. JOYCE we leave a stop watch for timing her 2 minute speaking periods in third period study hall.
To MR. CARMODY we leave this rabbit's foot for the best of luck in the years to come.
To MRS. McFADDEN we leave this red pencil to replace those worn out by us during the past year.
To MR. REIL we leave this dictionary so he can become acquainted with the synonyms of consequently and therefore.
To MR. BRONSON the Seniors leave this sprinkling can so he can water the trees that he and the Ag class have so diligently planted.
To MRS. DOUGHERTY we leave this alarm clock so she can begin the day bright and early.
To MISS SAGER we leave this stop sign for on-coming motorists so she will be safe from further traffic entaglements.
To MR. BARTZ we leave this ink and pen to replace those we wore out doing our thesis and etiquette booklets.
To MR. CONDE' we leave this guaranteed fish hook so that he can catch them instead of Just talking about them.
To MR. KESSLER we leave this baseball bat so that he will be able to carry out his worn out threats.
To MRS. GREEN we leave this car to take the place of the school car.
To MRS. CONDE' We leave this box of nerve pills so that she may have a rapid recovery from her harrowing study hall.
To MR. WITZEL we leave this rope to save him the trip downstairs and to make a speedy entrance at school.
To MISS TAYLOR the senior class leaves this pair of roller skates so it will be less tiring distributing the absence lists.
To MISS PFEIFER we leave the philosophy to follow her charges around the gym to make sure they're running the right number of lapses.
To MR. HOLDEN we have established an 8th day in the week called Music Day.
To MISS WINKELMAN we leave a male paper doll to call her own.
To MRS. BAKER we leave some vitamin pills so she won't be taking up the cafeteria table resting noon hours.12. Franklin Cornish
9 Phyllis 3urger . Victor Daley 3. Patricia Sackett
11. Caroline Briggs 8. Eunice Hall
5. Agnes Davis 2. Colleen McAndrew
10. Everett Davis (• Ruth Curry
if. Maxine Baker
1. Arlene Edwards
6 3dV A3H1 HNIHJL OOA OQ OHM1st ROW: Lois Ruger, Anita Nichols, Neva Curry, Billie Ryan, JoAnn Marsh,
Joyce Spicer, Betty Sutherland, Margaret Daley, Clarice Nye, Mary Lou Clark,
2nd ROW: Miss Sager, Michael Connor, Ronald Howland, Dale Pelton, Wayne
Atwell, Clyde Jackson, Richard Nye, Rodney Wheeler, Carl Waters
3rd ROW: Paul Clark, Roger Wright, Paul Atwell, William Glover, William
Gorsuch, Dale Green, Lyle Slocum
CLASS OF 53
1st ROW: Rosetta Davis, Phyllis Perry, Laura Croyle, Marie Kemp, Marion
Milligan. Thelma Mickle, Betty Harris, Gay Rogers, Charity Howland
2nd ROW: Mr. Reil, James Conde', James Miles, Carl Atwell, John Baker,
Kent Harder, William McNeil, Richard Davis, Ronald MonahanCLASS OF 54
lfet ROW: Carol Harris, Catherine Kemp, Charlotte Case, Anna Marie Joyce,
Betty Tanner, Mildred Miles, Mary Button, Ruth Atwell, Mary Jane Sackett, Virginia Kibbe, Carol Nye, Mildred Briggs , Shirley Tidd, Beverly Loucks,
Ann Wood, Mary Anne Joyce
2nd ROW: Betty Kemp, Sandra Skuse, Roger Theetge, William Elster, Charles
Lehman, James Grossman, James Mickle, James Padden, Leo Glover, Jack Rosin-toski, Gerald Green, James Smith, Ann Marvel, Patricia Reisman
3rd ROW: Mrs. Woodruff, Charles Davis, James Yannie, John Atwell, George
Wheeler, Leslie Monahan, Douglas Wheaton, Timothy Marsh
CLASS OF 55
1st ROW: Barbara Clark, Joyce Puller, Barbara Ordiway, Shirley Ordiway,
Mary O’Dell, Doris Barnhart, Sandra Bostwick, Alura Grossman, Patricia Baker, Lucille Smith, Janet Gleason, Lorraine Cornish, Una Sweet, Janet
2nd ROW: Lena Jones, Kathryn Mickle, Michael Smith, Roy Halsey, Avery Mead
Frederick Johnson, Ernest Weirich, David Conde', Richard Kemp, James Connors, Charles Howland, Anne Harvey, Virginia Beil
3rd ROW: Mr. Carmody, Donald Lewis, Jay Taylor, David Marsh, Francis Vickers,
Rowland Sweet, Robert Sherman, Donald Spencer, James Jackson, Edward Harken-rider
Absent: Theron Burdick, Richard BurgerCLASS OF 56
1st ROW: Marilyn Harris, Joan Clark, Jacqueline Vickers, Jacqueline Baker,
Diane Lewis, Annabelle Kemp, Karen Corwin, Dorothy Appier, Barbara Mandel, Nancy Hulin, Jean Daley, Jocelyn Joyce, Patricia Padden, Phyllis Riffle, Terry Mulholland
2nd ROW: Mrs. Baker, Martin Smith, Paul Vincent, John Dean, Patrick
Crandall, Roger Phelps, Patrick Brown, Cort Marsh, Ronald DuBois
1st ROW: Elmer Joe Manroe, Kenneth Perry, Ruth Kemp, Gloria Marsh, Vivian
Tanner, Ruth Huffcut. Myrtle Gayhart, Sylvia Lusk, Alice Beil, Jerry Rogers
2nd ROW: Mrs. Joyce, Kenneth Crandall, Bradley Wright, Grant Kemp, Robert
Grossman, Norman Pelton, Raymond Shawl, Charles Loescher, Richard Rosin-toski, Thomas Loucks, Charles Gavin
Absent: John Button, Crystle Reinardf
CLASS OF 57
1st ROW: Marie MeAndrew, Dixie Appier
Resiman, Jean Davis, Jane Brown, Bonita ing, Harriet Dean
Teresa McAndrew, Edna Reinard, Mary Stewart, Bernice Atwell, Helen Stock-
2nd ROW: Mrs.
Schwarzenbach, Patricia Vincent, Lorraine Baker, Beatrice Tidd,
Corrine Alvord, Sally Clarke Sandra Joyce, Barbara.DuBois
3rd ROW: Roger Lewis, Janies Jones,
Spencer, Merle Sherman, Carl Gavin,
Gerald Clarke, Richard Stocking, Richard Baker, Harold Rifenburg
CLASS OF 57-58
1st ROW: Donald Howard, Franklin Davis, Lois Pelton, Sylvia Clark, Donna
Barnhart, Freda Kupp, Charlotte Clark, Richard Smith, Clarence Halsey
2nd ROW: Miss Church, Thomas Smith, Richard Grossman, Dennis Joyce, Merle
Brown, Curtis Crandall, Clair Goodridge, Keith Howland, James Harvey, James Riffle, Ronald GloverCLASS OF 58
1st ROW: Anna Davis, Loretta Grossman, Ila Marsh, Shirley Button, Arlene
Cannon, Connie Burch, Thana Klbbe, Florence Reisman, Bernadine Hollenbeck, Shirley Vickers, Madeline Wheeler
2nd ROW: Lyndon Goodridge, Olin Elster, Bruce Lehman, Leo Burgett, Richard
Rifenburg, Edward Gayhart, Clarence Carson, Robert Barnhart, Ronald Stocking, David Loescher, Clifford Tanner
3rd ROW: Miss Jordan, Patrick Padden, Leo Alvord, Charles Whiting, Linford
O'Dell, Frederick Hornbeck, George Mather, James Fraser
CLASS OF 59
1st ROW: Pauline Clark, Alice Barnhart, Virginia Sortore, Virginia Atwell,
Wrexie Balcom, Claudette Corwin, Carolyn Brundage, Mary Lou Kemp, Ethel Button, Ann Church, Alberta Phelps,Carol Ryan, Joyce Day
2nd ROW: Miss Baker, Kenneth Moag, Gerald Padden, Robert Conde‘, Donald
Harris, Victor Burch, Wilson Nichols, Carl DuBois, Charles Manroe, Edgar Hoagland, Robert McClure, Francis Adams
3rd ROW: Richard Lewis, Leo McAndrews, Robert Winchell, William Shawl,
Robert Sackett, William Slocum, Clifton Mather, John CommonCLASS OF 59-60
1st ROW: Betty Jones, Mlchal Vincent, Mary Gath, Judith Brundage, June Burch
Cordelia O'Dell, Carol Howard, Mary Brown, Judith Baker, Laura Elster,
Beverly Barney, Joan Sootheran
2nd ROW: Mrs. Helmer, Nancy DeRemer, Hazel Lehman, Richard Baker, Robert
Brown, Henry Hornbeck, Paul Relnard, Ronald Lewis, Gary McCormick, Roger Winchell, Linda Coffin, Sally Smith
3rd ROW: James Scott, James Mulholland, Leo DuBois, John Mickle, Franl?
CLASS OF 60
1st ROW: Ellen Balcom, Flora Sherman, Elizabeth Short, Barbara Barnhart,
Anne Cannon, Vera Elliot, Mary Beth Sootheran, Arlene Clark, Lucille Rifenburg, Mable Halsey, Carol Stewart, Betty Joe Barney, Dolores Halsey
2nd ROW: Miss Schermerhorn, Paul Winchell, Paul Glover, Alfred Whiting,
Lester Stocking, William Woodruff, Leslie Marsh, Larry Tanner, Victor Kemp, Manley George, Warren Hann, Homer Glover
3rd ROW: Claude Riffle, Patrick Howland, Garth Hulin, Lee Storms,
Paul WaterstlCLASS OF 61
1st ROW: Maxine Mead, Venicia Howe, Diane Button, Karen Stocking, Lois Re11,
Sharon Strouse, Camille Crandall, Virginia Lewis, Patricia Bronson, Carol Hoagland, Sylvia DuBols, Carol Eshenbaugh
2nd ROW: Mrs. Carmody, Harold Perry, Clifford Grover, Gary Wightman, Hugh
Church, Lyle Nye, Allen Corwin, Carroll Swarts, William Moag, Merton Wright, James Brund ge Absent: Edward Greene, Barbara Pelton, Wayne Burch
1st ROW: David Carson, Kenneth Heselton, Carol Clark, Rosamond Baker, Ellen
Joyce, Sandra Burch, Ruth Padden, Dorothea Merriam, Lynda Matison, Jeanne Day, Charlotte Dean, Gary Rosintoski, Lawrence House
2nd ROW: Mrs. Tompkins, Lloyd Hollenbeck, Bruce Vickers, Murlyn Whiting,
Philip Barrett, Adelbert Gayhart, Neil Storms, Wally Clarke, Gerald Tanner, Merton Genung, Eugene O’Dell Absent - Brenda VanEtten, Barbara Hawks!
LCLASS OF 62
1st ROW: Jean Rifenburg, Carolyn Cornell, Cheryl Storms, Barbara Grossman,
Marjorie Bledsoe, Lou Loescher, Connie Bronson, Peggy Adams, Carol Wheeler
2nd ROW: Mrs. Connor, Earl Riffle, Donald Fraser, Daniel Merrlam, James
Appier, Bruce Brundage, John Hunt, David Kemp, Bruce Johnson, Alan Kelly. Duwane Herrick
1st ROW: Gary Burdick, Sandra Bird Elizabeth Cole, Olive Fuller, Carol
Sherman, Alecia Reisman, Ruth Waters, Kaye Bostwlck, Robert Clark
2nd ROW: Mrs. Hall, James Lehman, Gary Lee O'Dell, Paul Jones, Allan
Skinner, Timothy Brown, Theodore Edwards, Encll Glover, John Walter
Gall Wlghtman, Gerald Burch, Harry Campbell, Herbert RaubfX
LCLASS OF 63
1st ROW: Jacqueline Conde', Charlotte Mead, Pearl Perry, Marilyn Genung,
Barbara Gordon, Carol Peckham, Nikkie Porter, Emily Alvord, Charlene Baker, Jeanne Campbell, Connie Meyn, Janis Reil, Lynn Cable
2nd ROW: Mrs. Robison, Bruce Harris, Louis Fulkerson, Elwin Hoose, Joseph
Adams, George Gath, Frank Coy, David Rossman, Robert Dougherty, Philip Clark
1st ROW: Cathy Caple, Mattie Howland, Lynne Sootheran, Judy Woodruff,
Mary Ann McClure, Alberta Dugo, Janet Burger, Sheila Clarke, Beverly Lusk, Lynne Carmody, Laura Merriam, Judy Clarke, Ann MeAndrew
2nd ROW: Miss Evans, Peter Hornbeck, Dale Crandall, Bobby Vickers, Harold
Sabin, Delbert Kemp, Jimmy Greene, Jon Cook, Ronnie Kemp, Donnie Kemp
Jerry Prior, Sandra VanEtten, Karl Wittie■
1st ROW: Charles Snyder, Ronald Monahan, Dean Fisher, Victor Daley,
2nd ROW: Coach Witzel, Dale Green, Jack Wheaton, Richard Davis, Kent
Harder, Michael Connor
Opponent ACS Opp
Alfred-Almond 35 53
Canisteo 30 52
Greenwood 40 31
Allentown 47 70
Bolivar 36 62
Whitesville 35 33
Belmont 51 50
Scio 75 23
Richburg 45 50
Bolivar 34 56
Allentown 31 49
Alfred-Almond 40 31
Whitesville 38 41
Scio 47 30
Richburg 40 31
Canisteo 34 44
Charles Snyder 133
Wayne Atwell 104
Ronald Monahan 98
Dean Fisher 94
Victor Daley 83
Richard Davis 44
Kent Harder 35
Jack Wheaton 32
Dale Green 13
denotes league games
denotes home games
The varsity didn't have a very successful season as they won 7 games while losing 9. They came in third in the league behind Allentown and Richburg.JUNIOR VARSITY
1st ROW: Theodore Smith, Richard Nye, Clyde Jackson, John Baker, Douglas
Wheaton, Leslie Monahan, Lyle Slocum, Dale Pelton
2nd ROW: Coach Witzel, James Mickle, James Conde', Evan Dolan, Jack
Ro8intoski, George Wheeler, Ronald Howland, Charles Lehman, James Yannie
Games Individual Scoring
Opponent ACS OPP.
Alfred-Almond 43 34 Douglas Wheaton 154
Canisteo 20 45 Leslie Monahan 143
Greenwood 26 16 Lyle Slocum 120
Allentown 34 19 Dale Pelton 69
Bolivar 20 40 Clyde Jackson 63
Whitesville 35 34 Ted Smith 36
Belmont 39 20 Ronald Howland 15
Scio 44 23 John Baker 19
Richburg 17 21 Charles Lehman 12
Bolivar 14 31 George Wheeler 6
Allentown 28 24 Jack Rosintoski 5
Alfred-Almond 47 49 Richard Nye 0
Whitesville 41 27 James Conde' 0
Scio 50 30 Evan Dolan 0
Richburg 34 21
Canisteo 39 42
Richburg 30 25
Friendship 49 51
denotes league games
denotes home games
denotes Section 11 play-off
denotes County play-off
The Junior varsity had a very successful season as they won 11 games
and only lost 5. They won over Richburg for the Section 11 crown and lost
to Friendship in the county play-off.I
Left to Right: Marion Milligan, Clarice Nye, Charity Howland, Ann Marie
Joyce, Anita Nichol3
Left to Right: Lucille Smith, Carol Nye, Gay Rogers, Ann Wood, Sandra
1st ROW: James Miles, Gerald Green, Theodore Smith, Charles Davis, Douglas
Wheaton, Charles Dougherty, Rodney Wheeler, Victor Daley, Kent Harder
2nd ROW: Coach Witzel, James Jackson, Everett Davis, Clyde Jackson, Wayne
Atwell, Dean Fisher, Jack Wheaton, Richard Davis, Francis Vickers
3rd ROW: Martin Smith, James Conde', Charles Lehman, Michael Connor, Carl
Atwell, Dale Pelton, Ronald Howland, Jack Rosintoski, James Mickle, James Connor
The 1950 Soccer Team won 4 games and lost only 3. The locals lost to Allentown, Richburg, and Wellsville while downing Alfred-Almond, Belmont, Scio and Japser. Most of these games were much closer than the score indicates and with a few breaks could have been won by the locals.
Andover 2—- —4 Allentown Andover 6— -—2 Belmont
Andover 6-- —2 Alfred-Almond Andover 4— —3 Jasper
Andover 4--- — 7 Richburg Andover 8— .—2 Scio
Andover 2— —4 Wellsville
denotes league games
denotes home gamesBASEBALL
1st ROW: James Connor, Kent Harder, Wayne Atwell, Carl Atwell, Archie Baker,
Donald Spencer, Richard Davis
2nd ROW: Everett Davis, Ronald Howland, Robert Baker, Charles Howland,
Douglas Wheaton, Kenneth Milligan, Robert Carpenter
3rd ROW: Charles Snyder, Charles Dougherty, Robert Dunham, Coach Witzel,
Dean Fisher, Joseph Smith, Donald Mulconery
The 1950 baseball team had a very successful season as they won 4 out of 5 games before losing to Canaseraga in the quarter finals. After downing Allentown in the seasons opener, the Panthers took Alfred-Almond and Whites-ville before losing to Richburg. A victory over Scio came next and then they lost to Canaseraga.
Bob Baker, Bob Carpenter, Bob Dunham, Ken Milligan, Don Mulconery, Ken Nye, and Joe Smith are lost this year.
Andover 15-----2 Allentown Andover 12----13 Richburg
Andover 14-----0 Alfred-Almond Andover 6 ----4 Scio
Andover 3-----0 Whitesville Andover 2 ----5 Canaseraga
denotes league games
denotes home games
denotes quarter finalsCUBS
1st ROW: Martin Smith, Avery Mead, Roger Phelps, Charles Howland, David
Conde’, Charles Loescher, Norman Pelton, Michael Smith
2nd ROW: Mr. Carmody, Dale Ordlway, Jerry Rogers, James Jackson, Robert
Sherman, Rowland Sweet, Francis Vickers. James Connor, Richard Kemp
Left to Right: Annabelle Kemp, Alura Grossman, Patricia Baker, Jocelyn
Joyce, Jacqueline Vickers, Joyce Fuller■
1st ROW: Charles Loescher, Eunice Hall, Virginia Kibbe, Dennis Joyce, John
Mickle, Mary Lou Clark, Karen Corwin, Cort Marsh, Thelma Mickle, Marion Milligan
2nd ROW: Corrine Alvord, Edgar Hoagland, William Woodruff, Francis Adams,
Frederick Hornbeck, Clifford Tanner, Shirley Vickers, Robert Conde , Bruce Lehman, Norman Pelton, Florence Reisman, James Mulholland, Charles Manroe,
Leo Burgett, Colleen MeAndrews
3rd ROW: David Conde', Nancy Hulin, Ruth Huffcut, Dorothy Appier, Lorraine
Cornish, James Mickle, Ronald Glover, Carl Waters, Dean Fisher, Kent Harder, Douglas Wheaton, Roger Phelps, Ernest Weirich, James Conde;, Clair Goodridge, James Riffle, John Common, Leo Alvord
1st ROW: Thelma Mickle, Caroline Briggs, Ann Wood, Gay Rogers, Marjon
Milligan, Carl Waters, MIS’S Winkelman
2nd ROW: Mary Lou Clark, Douglas Wheaton, Kent Harder, James Conde , Eunice
1st ROW: Marlon Milligan, Caroline Briggs, Ruth Curry, Mary Lou Clark,Marie
Kemp, Ruby Ordiway, Arlene Edwards, Virginia Kibbe, Carol Nye, Mildred Briggs Shirley Tidd, Anita Nichols, Laura Mae Croyle, Neva Curry
2nd ROW: Mr. Holden, Charity Howland, Phyllis Burger, Gay Rogers, Patricia
Reisman, Ann Marvel, Mary Anne Joyce, Beverly Loucks, Janet Hall, Agnes Davis, Mary Brown, Billie Ryan, Maxine‘Baker, Alice Bostick, Charlotte Case, Ann Wood, Clarice Nye, Thelma Nichols, Betty Sutherland, Donna Nobles,
Phyllis Perry, Lois Ruger, Carol Harris
1st ROW: Phyllis Burger, Eunice Hall, Lyle Slocum, Paul Clark
2nd ROW: Mr. Reil, Michael Connor, Marcella Smith, Charity Howland, Maxine Baker, Teresa Joyce, Colleen McAndrews, Carl Waters, Gay RogersBOYS 4H
1st ROW: Paul Clark, Gerald Green, Carl Atwell, John Baker, Richard Nye,
Wayne Atwell, John Atwell, James Miles, Donald Lewis, Charles Gavin, Kenneth
2nd ROW: Roger Wright, Paul Atwell, Robert Sherman, James Jackson, Dale
Green, Lyle Slocum, Carl Waters, William McNeill, Rodney Wheeler
3rd ROW: Mr. Eronson, James Mickle, Ernest Welrlch, William Elster, Roy
Halsey, Grant Kemp, Bradley Wright, Kenneth Crandall
1st ROW: Elmer Manroe,
Lehman, Clarence Carson,
Lyndon Goodridge, Victor Burch, Olin Elster, Bruce Ronald Lewis, Roger Winchell, Robert Barnhart
2nd ROW: Richard Rifenburg, Edward Gayhart,
Clifford Tanner, James Fraser, Linford O'Dell
Ronald Stocking Leo Alvord , Gerald Clarke
3rd ROW: Mr. Bronson, Merle Sherman,
Richard Baker,GIRLS 4H
1st ROW: Sandra Bostwick, Gay Rogers, Charity Howland, Lucille Smith, Betty
Kemp, Anna Marie Joyce, Alura Grossman, Janet Lang, Ann Marvel
2nd ROW: Shirley Tidd, Mary J. Sackett, Mary O'Dell, Mary Lou Clark, Kathryn
Mickle, Maxine Baker, Janet Hall, Anne Harvey, Doris Barnhart, Beverly Loucks
3rd ROW: Miss McCarthy, Joyce Puller, Carol Harris, Marion Milligan, Thelma
Mickle, Ruth Atwell, Betty Harris, Patricia Baker
1st ROW: Lena Jones, Janet Lang, Patricia Padden, Sylvia Lusk, Phyllis
Riffle, Terry Mulholland, Janet Gleason, Katherine Mickle
2nd ROW: Miss Wlnkelman, Sandra Bostwick, Dorothy Appier, Jean Daley, Alura
Grossman, Lucille Smith, Patricia Baker, Jocelyn Joyce, Nancy Hulin, Ruth Huffcut, Ernest Weirich, Richard Kemp, Jerry Rogers, Kenneth Perry
3rd ROW: Mary Lou Kemp, Marilyn Harris, Gloria Marsh, Joyce Puller, Robert
Grossman, Roy Halsey, Grant Kemp, Jacqueline Baker, Joan Clark, Diane Lewis Jacqueline Vickers, Shirley Ordiway, Barbara Ordiway, Annabelle Kemp, Mary ’DRIVERS EDUCATION
1st ROW: Ruth Curry, Marcella Smith, Patricia Sackett, Phyllis Burger,
2nd ROW: Mr. Dodson, Colleen McAndrev s, Eunice Hall, Maxine Baker, Victor
Daley, Everett Davis, Franklin Cornish, Caroline Briggs
1st ROW: Anita Nichols, Marion Milligan, Billie Ryan, Eunice Hall,
Ann Marie Joyce, Caroline Briggs, Mary Jane Sackett
2nd ROW: Carol Nye, Mildred Briggs, Marcella Smith, Ann Wood, Mary Lou
Clark, Mary Ann Joyce, Gay Rogers, Phyllis Burger, Charity Howland
3rd ROW: Mrs. Woodruff, James Conde’, Kent Harder, Douglas Wheaton.
1st ROW: Eunice Hall, Marlon Milligan, Mr. Mandel,
Connor, Laura Croyle, Marie Kemp
Dean Fisher, Michael
2nd ROW: Colleen McAndrews,
Charles Davis, James Connor, Marcella Smith
Phyllis Burger, Dale Green, Wayne Atwell, Martin Smith, Jack Wheaton, Douglas Wheaton,
1st ROW: Eunice Hall, Arlene Edwards, Phyllis Burger, Marcella Smith
2nd ROW: Mrs. Conde', Janet Hall, Maxine Baker, Caroline Briggs, Patricia
Sackett, Colleen McAndrews, Billie Ryan, Alice Bostick, Ruby Ordiway, Mary Lou ClarkI
DF. H. A,
1st ROW: Sandra Skuse, Rosetta Davis, Carol Harris, Phyllis Perry, Laura
Croyle, Teresa Joyce, Gay Rogers, Charity Howland, Marcella Smith, Anita Nichols, Charlotte Case, Marie Kemp, Patricia Sackett, Marion Milligan, Billie Ryan
2nd ROW: Miss McCarthy, Caroline Briggs, Ruby Ordiway, Mary Jane Sackett,
Betty Harris, Mildred Miles, Virginia Kibbe, Carol Nye, Mildred Briores, Betty Sutherland, Donna Nobles, Shirley Tidd, Eunice Hall
3rd ROW: Ann Marie Joyce, Colleen McAndrews, Maxine Baker, Clarice Nye,
Janet Hall, Margaret Daley, Beverly Loucks, Ann Wood, Mary Ann Joyce,
Agnes Davis, Mary Lou Clark, Ann Marvel, Phyllis Burger
F F A.
1st ROW: Charles Lehman, Carl Atwell, Roger Wright, Dale Green, Paul Clark,
Lyle Slocum, Richard Nye, James Padden
2nd ROW: Richard Hancock, Ronald Monahan, Carl Waters, Rodney Wheeler,Wayne
Atwell, John Baker, William McNeill, Charles Dougherty
3rd ROW: Mr. Bronson, James Mickle, James Miles, Matt Lynch, Everett Davis,
Richard Davis, Paul Atwell, John Atwell, Mr. ColeIllllll■
3 7 4e SfUsut oj
The Interpretation of the word Exchange in business life is that of parting with something in return for its equivalent. Our interpretation of Exchange is the giving of self for the privilege in return of serving others; of parting with selfishness and receiving in return the satisfaction of discharging our duty to our Fellow-men, to our Community and to our Nation.
We, the members of the Exchange Club of Andover, hope that the Senior Class of ’51 will set this as their goal.BAKER'S HARDWARE
WALLPAPER MOORE’S PAINTS
LINOLEUM FELT BASE RUGS
REFRIGERATORS RADIOS DEEP FREEZERS
MATTRESSES GENERAL HARDWARE
Careful Prescription Service7a the Q ioAuate
MAY YOU EACH ENJOY
Bostwick’s General Merchandise
“A Big Store in a Small Town”
MAIN STREET ANDOVER, N. Y.
FOR THE BEST IN DAIRY PRODUCTS
OTTO B. NYE
P. M. H U LI N
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Hand-picked Clean Beans.
In convenient Cellophane Packages for Family Use.COMPLIMENTS OF
The Andover National Bank
Federal Reserve System - Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
Resources Over $1,500,000.00
SMITH’S ATLANTIC STATION
Phone 796 Andover, N. Y.
JAMES B. MULHOLLAND
FEED - SEED - FERTILIZER FARM SUPPLIES
WELLSVILLE FEED SUPPLY CO., Inc.
Andover, N. Y. Wellsville, N. Y.
QUALITY MEATS GROCERIES FRUITS
VEGETABLES POP ICE CREAM
COMPLIMENTS OF “Keepsake” Diamond Rings
NIAGARA ELECTRON LABORATORIES BULOVA, ELGIN, LONGINES-WHITTNAUER, HAMILTON WATCHES
P. M. HACKETT FLOYD C. VARS SON
ANDOVER, NEW YORK JEWELERS “Ken ' Var Andover, N. Y.
COMPLIMENTS OF THE MARKET BASKET COMPLIMENTS OF THE
SELF SERVICE MEATS FRESH FRUITS VEGETABLES VOGUE SALON
R. J. TAYLOR Mgr. JEAN LYNCH
COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF
n EMPIRE GAS FUEL
APPLIANCES CO., LTD.
HIGBY ELECTRIC YOUR GAS COMPANY
COMPLIMENTS OF YOUR HOSTESS COMPLIMENTS OF
Restaurant Bakery THE HOME OF HOME COOKED R. J. SOOTHERAN
MEALS BAKED GOODS CHICK” GATH Prop. ATTORNEYGUi ojj 1951
LOOHNS CLEANERS LAUNDERERS
450 CANISTEO STREET HORNELL, N. Y.
FARMER’S FEED SUPPLY
Feed - Seed - Lime - Fertilizer Custom Grinding and Mixing
For Good Television While Having A Snack Or A Meal YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME AT
ANDOVER, N. Y.
G. L. PRIOR, Prop.
SHORT'S SERVICE STATION
HERM” WALLACECOMPLIMENTS OF
F. E. LUNN SON LUMBER CO.
256 W. STATE STREET WELLSVILLE, N. Y.
COMPLIMENTS OF LYNCH-BURGETT POST No. 397 AMERICAN LEGION M«ets 2nd jga John Cannon Monday of Each Month Commander Visiting Members Always Cordially Welcome BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS WALTER GATH
COMPLIMENTS OF FORD and PECKHAM
ANDOVER, N. Y. mu isnmai
WITTIES AUTO SUPPLY COMPLIMENTS OF
Parts For All Cars and Trucks
Complete Accessories For
Your Motoring Pleasure NO. 1098THE MEMBERS OF THE HI HERALD STAFF Take This Opportunity To Thank
THE NEWS PRINTING HOUSE
for the fine co-operation in the past in the publication of our school paper, The Hi Herald.
And-Well Producer’s Co-operative, Inc.
ANTHONY DOUGHERTY, President
Eat Refreshing Cuba Ice Cream The Best By Quality Test
CUBA ICE CREAM COMPANY
CUBA NEW YORK
It is only through the kindness and generosity of our advertisers and any one who assisted us that the publication of this annual was possible. To those who assisted us in any way, our heartfelt thanks. To our advertisers, our heartfelt thanks and continued patronage.
COMPLIMENTS FROM THE BEST OF LUCK TO THE SENIOR CLASS FROM GLEASON’S
Margaret Karnes, Prop. Where All Good Friends Meet
STEUBEN SILK MILLS HOTEL JOYCE
ANDOVER, N. Y. BENNY DUGO - TOM SCAGLIONE PROPS.
Manufacturers of SPECIALIZING Steaks and Spaghetti
FINER DRESS FABRICS Fhone 153 Andover, N. Y.
COMPLIMENTS CLASS OF ’51
BURREL C. WILLIAMS BEST WISHES TO THE SENIOR CLASS
GENERAL INSURANCE LOUIS JOYCE
Phone 349 6 Elm Streot
HENRY STEPHENS COMPLIMENTS OF
ESTHER M. TEMPLE, Prop. DR. S. B. SCOTT
11 North Main Street Andover, New York COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF
CENTER STREET ALLEGANY TELEPHONE
GARAGE CO. INC.
BEST WISHES FROM COMPLIMENTS OF
DR. J. R. COMMON SUNNYDALE
DENTIST Milk and Milk Products
BEST WISHES TO COMPLIMENTS OF
CLASS OF ’51
ANDOVER GARAGE ELMHURST DAIRY
General Automobile Repairing A Glass of Milk is a Glass of Health
PHONE 3176 Main Street Andover, N. Y. USE MORE DAIRY PRODUCTS
LESTER YORK SONS LUDDEN SHOES
PRODUCE DEALERS WELLSVILLE, N. Y.
LIME and FERTILIZER Auto i pdtA.
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