Andover Central High School - Memoirs Yearbook (Andover, NY)
- Class of 1959
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Text from Pages 1 - 80 of the 1959 volume:
Senior Class of 9
of Andover Centre! SchoolFOREWORD
Time has seen many changes in the village of Andover, and has revealed the enterprising qualities of its people. The town's educational facilities have greatly improved since Lois Strong taught the first school in her father’s house in 1819. Several years later, the first log school was built on main street.
In 1869, the Union Graded school was organized on the corner between Elm and Center Street, and was later replaced by a newer building which was used until the present school was constructed in 1948.
And now, with the construction of the new school addition, another link is added to the chain of educational progress in Andover.DEDICATION
"Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime,
And, departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time. "
-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
It is with a feeling of deep respect and admiration that we, the class of 1959, dedicate our yearbook to Mr. George ReiL Even before his death last December, we had decided to dedicate this book to him in appreciation of his efforts as a teacher of math and science at Andover Central School for the past fifteen years.
Mr. Reil was born in 1916 at Medina, New York, and received his B. S. at Geneseo State Teacher's College and his M. A. at Alfred University. He taught two years at Ellington and three years at Bergen before coming to Andover. Besides being math and science teacher, Mr. Reil was vice-principal, adviser for the camera club, and sophomore homeroom teacher.
And so we dedicate this yearbook to Mr. Reil, a man with a brilliant mind and warm personality, who will live in our hearts forever.James H. Kessler w. H. Garwood
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mr. A. Tuttle was elected to the board in July of 1958 following the resignation of Mr. Burrows.
FRONT, Left to Right: President S. B. Crandall, F. Burrows. REAR: Acting President Dr. R. Common, C. Burdick, A. Dougherty, Clerk W. Alderson.
George E. Reil VICE-PRINCIPAL
Charles M. Williams SENIOR ADVISER
DRIVERS TRAININGCUSTODIANS Jim Nobles, John Nobles
LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Brown, E. Perry, N. Gorsuch, I. Ruger.
LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Jackson. F. Middaugh, O. Kemp, F. Vickers, C. Gleason, A. Kemp.FACULTY
MRS. CORWIN MRS. RIGGS
MRS. CONNORS 1st Grade
MRS. HALL 1st Grade
MISS CHURCH 2nd Grade
MRS. PECKHAM 2nd Grade
MRS. REIL 3rd Grade
MRS. HELMER 3rd - 4th Grade
MISS BAKER 4th Grade
MISS JORDAN 5th Grade
MRS. BOYCE 5th - 6th Grade
MRS. SCHWARZENBACH 6th Grade
Junior HighMRS. JOYCE Junior High
MR. CARMODY MRS. WOODRUFF
Junior High English
MRS. WES CHE Business
MR. MAC CREA Art
MR. BRONSON Shop
MRS. CONDE EnglishNOIliaaV M3N
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ANNE MARILYN CHURCH ••Annie”
JOYCE DAY “Joycie”
“Give me time and I’ll grow up.”
“Give me the room where every hook is dedicated to a book.”
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JUDITH ELLEN BAKER “Judie”
“Save your confederate dollars the South will rise again.”ROBERT MARK CONDE “Bob’
“What I can’t see, I never will believe in.’
VIRGINIA LOUISE ATWELL “Ginny”
“The quiet mind is greater than a crown.’
ALICE MILDRED BARNHART “Allie’
“Little magnets draw big attractions.
DONNA MARIE BARNHART “Donnie”
“All good things must come to an end.”
CAROL ANN CLARK “The smile that won’t come off.”
CLAUDETTE ROBERTA CORWIN
it vas more than man, her
EDWARD DAVID DANNHEIM “Dave"
“What we don’t do today we’ll work on tomorrow.”
EDGAR JAMES HOAGLAND “Ed”
“Nothing is more troublesome than the effort of thinking.”
RICHARD HOWARD LEWIS “Louie”
“That’s the way the ball bounces.”
FRANCIS CHARLES MONROE “Charlie”
“I’ve got to get up this morning.’
ROBERT JOHN MCCLURE “Bob”
“We dinna’ lupe nor rin nor rave, we’re steady folk an’ somethin’ grave.”
“She shifted her brain into neutral and let her tongue rattle on.”
GERALD WILLIAM PADDEN “Jug”
“Work fascinates me; I could sit around all day and look at it.”
ALBERTA MARGUERITE PHELPS “Bertie”
“She is pretty to walk with, and witty to talk with and pleasant too, to think on.”WILLIAM RICHARD SHAWL “Will”
“God helps them who help themselves and pity them if He catches them.”
BEATRICE JOAN SOOTHERAN “Joanie”
“Turn up the lights; I don’t want to go home in the dark.”
ROBERT KENNETH WINCHELL “Rebel”
“Of course, you know this means war.”
ROGER WINCHELL “Rog”
“Idleness is an appendix to nobility.”
VIRGINIA ATWELL - Girls Chorus 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2,3.
JUDITH BAKER - Class Officer-Secretary 2, Treasurer 4; Girls Chorus 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 4; Camera Club 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Library Council 2,3; Hi Herald 1,2,3,4; Editor 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Band 1; American History Prize 3.
ALICE BARNHART - F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 188.8.131.52; Senior Play-Madam Elise; Junior Play -Kate Thornton; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Hi Herald 4; Yearbook Staff.
DONNA BARNHART - Girls Chorus 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff; Senior Play-Inspector; F.H.A. 2,3.
ANNE CHURCH - Band 2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; Girls Chorus 1,2,3,4; Ensemble 2,3,4; All County Chorus 1,2,3; All County Band 4; Hi Herald 1,2,3,4; Library Council 2,3; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Junior Play-Sue Ellen; Senior Play-Winifred.
CAROL CLARK - Library Council 3,4.JOHN COMMON - Student Council 1,2,3,4; Camera Club 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; President of Junior and Senior Class; Band, 8 years; Dance Band, 7 years; County Band 6 years; State Band, 3 years; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Boys Chorus 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Yearbook Staff.
ROBERT CONDE - Basketball 3.4; Tennis 1,2,3,4; Boys Chorus 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; State Band 3,4; County Band 3; Dance Band 1,2,3; Pep Band 2,3; Soccer 1,2.
CLAUDETTE CORWIN - Band 2,3,4; Pep Band 2,3,4; Orchestra, 8 years; Girls Chorus 1,2,3,4; Ensemble 1,2,3,4; F.H.A. 1,2; G.A.A. 1; Dance Band 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; County Chorus 2,3; County Band 4; State Chorus 3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Library Council 2,3; Hi Herald 1,2,3,4; Junior Play-Mary Wood; Senior Play-Emily Kimbrough.
DAVID DANNHIEM - None
JOYCE DAY - Hi Herald 1,2,3,4, Editor 3; Girls Chorus 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; County Chorus 1; Student Council 1,2,3,4; Library Council 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Ensemble 4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Yearbook Staff; Junior Play-Marie; Senior Play-Harriet St. John; Yearbook Editor; Freshman Prize; Geometry Prize; Oratorical Contest 2,3.
EDGAR HOAGLAND - Band 1,2,3,4; All County Band 1,2,3,4; All State Band 2,3; Orchestra 1; J.V. Basketball 2; Tennis 1,2; Junior Play-Bill Pendleton; Senior Play-Otis Skinner.
RICHARD LEWIS - F.F.A. 184.108.40.206; Varsity Club 3,4; Soccer 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1; Track 2,3,4; Senior Play-Steward.
ROBERT MC CLURE - Dance Band 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3,4; Boys Chorus 1,2,3,4; Tennis 2,3,4; Track 2,3,4; Camera Club 2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Yearbook Staff.
FRANCES MANROE - FJF.A. 1,2,3,4; Senior Play-Window Cleaner.
JAMES MULHOLLAND - Camera Club 2,3,4; Student Council 1,3,4; Track, Tennis, Soccer, Baseball, Basketball 1,2,3,4; Library Council; Boys Chorus 1,2, 3,4; Mixed Chorus 4; Senior Band 2,3,4; Varsity Club 3,4; Junior Play-Bromwood; Senior Play-Ship’s Purser; Yearbook Staff.
CORDELIA O’DELL - Girls Chorus 2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Girls Ensemble 2,3,4; Junior Play-Beatrice Strong; Senior Play-Therese; F.H.A. 1,2,3.
GERALD PADDEN - Boys Chorus 1,2,3,4; Camera Club 1,2,3; Tennis 1; F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Basketball Assistant Manager 1,2,3.
ALBERTA PHELPS - Girls Chorus 1.2,3,4; Mixed Chorus 2,3,4; Senior Play-Stewardess; F.H.A. 1,2, 3,4; Girls Ensemble 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Hi Herald 1.
KAROL RYAN - F.H.A. 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Girls Chorus 1,2,3; Junior Play-Ann Winthrope.
ROBERT SACKETT - Baseball 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Soccer 3,4; FJF.A. 1,2,3; Junior Play-Dr. Strong; Senior Play-Admiral; Camera Club 2,3,4; Varsity Club 2,3,4; Track.
WILLIAM SHAWL - Soccer 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2,3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4; Track; Camera Club 1,2,3,4; Varsity Club 3.4.
JOAN SOOTHERAN - G.A.A. 1,2; F.H.A. 1.2; Girls Chorus 1,2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3; Mixed Chorus 1,2, 3,4; Ensemble 2,3,4; National Honor Society 2,3,4; Library Council 2,3; Hi Herald 1,2,3,4; Majorettes 2,3,4; Yearbook Advertising Editor; Geometry Prize; American History Prize; Junior Play-Aunt Mariam; Senior Play-Cornelia Otis Skinner.
ROBERT WINCHELL - Boys Chorus 220.127.116.11; Mixed Chorus 1,2,3,4; Senior Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 1,2, 3,4; Pep Band 1,2,3,4; Tennis 1; Junior Play-Rev. Seagrove.
ROGER WINCHELL - F.F.A. I.2.3.4.HALL OF FAME
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Robert McClureYEARBOOK STAFF
FIRST ROW, Left to Right; J. Common, A. Barnhart, D. Barnhart, J. Sootheran, J. Mulholland. SECOND ROW: J. Day, R. McClure.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Updyke, L. Coffin, J. Day, J. Sootheran. J. Baker, C. Corwin, A. Church. SECOND ROW: A. Barnhart, A. Cannon, J. Carr, G. Woodard, R. Baker, R. Conde, G. Waldeck, G. Hulin. THIRD ROW: J. Common. ABSENT: R. McClure.Bathing Beauties??
Old Time Pals
Out Highland LaddiendcrclassmcnJUNIORS
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: S. Snyder, J. Carr, R. Waldeck, R. Baker, B. Sootheran. SECOND ROW; H. Glover, S. Smith, L. Coffin, G. Woodard, R. Baker, B. Freeman, J. Updyke, W. Hahn. THIRD ROW; P. Winchell, I. Clarke, N. DeRemer, L. Rifenburg, D. Halsey, J. Brundage, A. Cannon. V. Sortore, S. Sherman, A. Whiting. FOURTH ROW: L. Marsh, G. Hulin, L. McAndrew, C. Dixon, G. Waldeck, G. Thorpe, R. Lewis, B. Woodruff, V. Kemp.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: T. Seamans, M. Mead, C. Eshenbaugh, K. Stocking, B. Pelton, L. Reil, N. Storms. SECOND ROW: H.Church, E.Joyce,R. Padden, E. Greene, C. Clark, D. Woodard, P. Clark, S. Strouse, W. Clarke. THIRD ROW: V. Howe, R. Baker, M. Dixon, V. Lewis, P. Bronson, L. Marvel, C. Dean, N. Gibbs, C. Hoagland, C. LeFever, J. Day, B. Barnhart, B. Clark. FOURTH ROW; D. Harris, P. Waters, M.George,G.Rosintoski, C. Bulter. FIFTH ROW;
E. O’Dell, R. Manion, L. Hollenbeck.FRESHMAN CLASS
FIRST ROW, Left to Right; T. Brown, J. Hunt, R. Monroe, C. Cornell, B. Grossman, C. Bronson, D. Burdick, H. LeFever. SECOND ROW; G. Wightman, D. Whitte, T. Freeman, O. Fuller, G. Burdick, J. George, J. Appier, P. Barrett. THIRD ROW: B. Hawks, C. Sherman, S. Burch, K. Bostwick, C. Storms, R. Waters, J. Silsby, S. Bird, J. Rifenburg, A. Corwin. FOURTH ROW: D. Lehman, P, Howland, P. Glover, B. Clarke, J. Walter, H. Campbell, A. Kelly, A. Gayhart, G. Tanner. FIFTH ROW; H. Perry, C. Grover, D. Dodge, R. Whitesell, B. Brundage, D. Kemp, B. Vickers.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: C, Peckham, V. Elliot, B. Whitesell, J. Clark, J. ReiL SECOND ROW; E. Alvord, S. Thorpe, R. Dougherty, D. Rossman, J. Woodruff, J. Greene. THIRD ROW; J. Lehman, R. Vickers, C. Mead, L. Carmody, B. Lusk, N. Porter, C. Meyn, S. Robinson, S. Clarke, P. Perry, A. McAndrew, E. Hoose, J. Carr, J. Cook. FOURTH ROW: A. Reisman, L. Cable, R. Whitesell, W. Monroe, E. Glover, H. Raub, F. Coy, M. Whiting, B. Johnson, L. Sootheran, J. Burger, C. Caple, FIFTH ROW; M. Howland, C. Miles, J. Joyce, C. Baker, J. Clarke, A. Brown, M. A. McClure, J. CampbelLSEVENTH GRADE
LEFT HAND ROW, Front to Back: A. Conde, J. Cannon, N. Pitts, M. Baker, C. Childs, D. Stackwick, W. Ford, A. Gross, H. Sherman, C. Burdick. CENTER ROW: E. Perry, D.Collins, S. Howland, V. Lynch, B. Emery, M. E. Caple,
M. Main, M. E. Smith, D. Harvey, D.Mullholland. RIGHT HAND ROW: D. Gibbs, G. Hoover, D. Glover, V. Woolworth, L. Kessler, J. Coats,
N. Manroe, P. Hames, K. Rosintoski.
LEFT HAND ROW, Front to Back: C. Pressler,
C. Sisson, G. O’Dell, G. Freeland, B. Clark, S. Robinson, B. Cable. CENTER ROW: R. Good-ridge, B. Fuller, D. Kemp, B. Harris, R. Mc-Gillvary, D. Price, K. Wittie, L. Hurd. RIGHT HAND ROW: J. Billings, M. Baker, D. Rossman,
D. Kemp, J. Nichols, J. Greenfield, K. Greenfield.SIXTH GRADE
FIRST ROW, Left to Right G. Day, W. Szymanski, K. Lehman, D. Miles, S. McGillivray, J. Sook, C. Grover, C. Baker, D. Nye, S. Bird, R. Rowland, D. Smith. SECOND ROW: G. Brown, E. Raub, J. Dunham, J.DeRemer.R. Allen, N. Alvord, L. Kemp, T. Manion, W. Wahl, D. Wightman,
B. Tuttle, S. Tidd. THIRD ROW: P. Gath, R. Dodge, E. McAndrew, K. Coats, J. Strouse, W. Grossman.
FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: C. Pitts, E. Bird, M. Lynch, D. Vars, D. Densmore, L. Davis, J. Harvey, E. Perry, R. Meade, R. Cornell. SECOND ROW: R. Weber, J. Wasson, D. Brundage, S. Baker, J. Raub, W. Clark, B. Neval, D. Nye, J. Greene, S. Congelli, R. Latten. THIRD ROW:
D. Brown, M. L. Lehman, R. Gayhart, D. Thorp. D. Connor, E. Smith, G. Burdick, N. Billings, J. Fox.FIFTH GRADE
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: B. Rowland, W. Merrick, D. McCormick, B. Clark, G. Rosintoski,
D. Lehman, S. Baker, L. Cook, T. Ordiway, B. Bird, R. CongellL SECOND ROW; D. Dunham, W. Bixby, J. Billings, D. Whitesell, R. Emery, D. F reeland, D. Thorp, C. Nye, K. Shellman,
C. Heselton, R. Joyce, M. Clarke. THIRD ROW: J. Wahl, L. Hurn, M. Howland, D. Davis, G. Storms, H. Fauzey, D. Alvord.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: M. DeRemer, C. Lewis, L. Middaugh, K. Joyce, J. Jones, C. Updyke, M. Ordiway, J. Tuttle, B. Latten, R. Price. SECOND ROW; G. Bronson, G. Hulse, H. Hann, R. Gardner, D. Peckham, N. Howland, D. Collins, H, Bertrand, C. Wallace, R. Lang. THIRD ROW:
D. Vickers, R. Dodge, D. Whitesell, T. Joyce, M. Rick, D. Brundage, M. Meyn, R. Kelly, C. Steadman. ABSENT: H. Bissell, J. Hames, T. Kent, S. Loucks.THIRD AND FOURTH GRADE
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Szymanski, A. Nye, S. McClure, S. Reil, M. Rose, N. Halsy, D. Foster, L. Gardner, D. Livingston, L. Bernard. SECONDROW:G.Bixby. R. Barnes, D. Polmateer,
K. Wasson, D. Slocum, R. Joyce, R. McCormick, S. Bates, L. Elliott, C. Densmore. THIRD ROW: R. Baker, N. Greenfield, R. Dixon, F. Kelley, T. Wahl, R. Baker, D. Bulter, D. Sherman, D. Robinson, V. Madsen.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: D. Harris, D. Lehman, W. Davis, M. Greene, M. E. Corwin, M. Joyce, M. Manion, S. Congelli, L. Clark, E. Bird, C. Densmore, C. Perry. SECOND ROW: J. Nye, J. Baker, M. Alvord, K. Freeland, J. DeRemer, D. Billings, J. Stover, M. Brundage, C. Nevol, E. Sackett, R. Gallagher, J. Stephens, D. Leon. FOURTH ROW: K. Pease, L. Hurd, A. Cornelius, W. Hurlburt, R. Hall, G. Rassman, J. LeFever, K. Slocum, D. Fox. ABSENT: A. Dodge, C. Joyce.SECOND GRADE
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: B. Perkins, J. Dibble, N. Thorp, K. Gavin, L. Leon. SECOND ROW: R. Lynch, M. Tuttle, T. Miles, C. Gibbs, M. Howland, M. Adams, D. Leon, H. Sisson, L. Dunham, THIRD ROW; T. Weber, R. Joyce, K. Young, M. Whitesell, R. Brown, R. Tomm, S. Clarke, P. Dixon, D. Price, R. McCormick.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: R. Schrader, J. Freeland, H. Coats, M. Wahl, W. Madsen, C. Walter. SECOND ROW: C. Thompson, D. Billings, S. BisselL J. Howland, D. Osgood, M. Stover, D. Vars, R. Godown. THIRD ROW; W. Carr, D. Stackwick, C. Baker, J. Hyland, T. Dixon, J. Joyce, S. Conner, F. Middaugh, C. Pelton, J. Rose.FIRST GRADE
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: D. Pitts, D. Rose, C. Preston, D. Sootheran, L. Bernard. SECOND ROW: V. Slocum, L. Eshenbaugh, J. Day, P.Nye, K. Nevol, D. Stephens, C. Ireland, C. Bergerson. THIRD ROW: B. Latten, T. Polmateer, D. Reisman, J. Williams, E. Gardner, E. Matison, L. Buckholz, H. Freeland. ABSENT: C. Densmore, D. Born, and N. Burch.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: K. Latten, J. Kent, M. Smith, D. Baker, N. Cornelius, K. Hubbard. SECOND ROW: G. Wahl, C. Fauzey, C. Congelli, K. Gorsuch, D. Roeske, M. Cornell, M. Thorp, S. Jones. THIRD ROW; J. Howland, D. Barnes, W. Dodge, R. Brown, D. Ormsby.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: P. Reisman, L. Collins, S. Stevers, A. Slade, J. Lang, V. Atwell, D. Williams. SECOND ROW: R. Hylan, R. Godown, A. Gram, J. Smith, D. Stackwick, C. Densmore, T. Williams, S. Tomm, D. Carmody. THIRD ROW: J. Howland, D. Green. FOURTH ROW: D. Baker, G. Shellman,
M. Canale, R, Leonard, P. Pelton. FIFTH ROW; D. Freelank, M. Bernard, T. Mattison, S. Emery.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Wightman, V. Jackson, D. Ireland, J. Halsey, M. Adams, D. Clark, V. Billings, S. Merrick, J. Perry. SECOND ROW: D. Slade, T. Baker, C. Empson, M. Carr, P. Dibble, R. Clark, N. Clarke, S. Phelps, D, Baker, K. Gavin, D. Gallagher.CLASS WILL
Virginia Atwell leaves her rides to and from school to Nancy Gibbs.
Judie Baker leaves her Southern accent and talkativeness to Delores Halsey.
Alice Barnhart leaves her athletic ability to Jean Rifenburg.
Donna Barnhart leaves her art creative ability to anyone who can tackle it.
Anne Church leaves her sense of humor and her corny jokes to Ellen Joyce so she can carry on the sixth period study hall tradition.
Carol Clark leaves her quietness to the sophomore class.
John Common leaves 20 inches of his height to Gary Burdick.
Bob Conde leaves his probing questions to Neal Storms.
Claudette Corwin leaves her “last minute rush" to Lois Reil.
David Dannhein leaves his diet plan to Bruce Vickers.
Joyce Day leaves her headache as Yearbook Editor to the unfortunate person who gets the job next year. Edgar Hoagland leaves his Saturday nights to Eddie Greene.
Dick Lewis leaves his senior driver’s license to those junior boys who need it.
Bob McClure leaves his bagpipes and kilt to Coach Stackwick to play at the next basketball game.
Charles Manroe leaves his pens and pencils to Vic Burch so he won’t have to borrow them anymore. Jim Mulholland leaves his girlfriends to Lloyd Hollenbeck.
Cordelia O’Dell leaves her laugh to Carol LeFever.
Gerald Padden leaves his ambition to Glenn Thorp.
Alberta Phelps leaves her ability to stay with one boy to Dianne Wittie.
Carol Ryan leaves her Saturday nights at the Skating Rink to Judy Brundage.
Bob Sackett leaves his Wednesdays to anyone who wants to go fishing.
Bill Shawl leaves his wrestling ability to Hugh Church.
Joan Sootheran leaves her driving ability to anyone with lots of collision insurance.
Bob Winchell leaves his ability to get along with everyone to Merton Wright.
Roger Winchell left I
To Coach Atwell, we leave a girl’s wrestling squad so his team can win some matches.
To Miss Ball, we leave a package of chocolate chips and nuts to replace those we ate during junior play practice.
To Mr. Bronson, we leave some tranquillizing pills for next year’s school fair ordeaL To Mr. Canale, we leave an eighth day in the week to music lessons.
To Mr. Carmody, we leave a water pump to pump the water from his cellar during those spring floods. To Miss Clair, we leave a bottle of peroxide. We missed your streaked bangs this year!
To Mrs. Conde, we leave a wagon to carry her English material around in.
To Mr. Gibbs, we give back all the college catalogs we have borrowed from him these past four years. To Mrs. Greene, we leave an electronic speedometer eye so she can watch her speeding.
To Mr. Jones, we leave a can of soup to remember his Wednesdays at A.C.S.
To Miss Joyce, we leave an automatic robot to lead her students to the library.
To Mr. MoCrea, we leave a years supply of scrapwood so he can save money and not have to bother the agriculture department.
To Mr. MoCreight, we leave a still and a shot glass to test the psychological effects of alcohol.
To Jim and John, we leave some extra help for cleaning those extra rooms.
To Mr. Kessler, we leave a life jacket so he won’t drown if he falls in the new swimming pooL
To Miss Scheeder, we leave a ruler to replace those broken while trying to control her English classes.To Mr. Sears, we leave a welcome card to a lonely hearts club.
To Coach Stackwick, we leave some newYankie rooters to take the place of Judie Baker and Cordelia O’Dell. To Miss Taylor, we leave a motor scooter for her morning and afternoon rounds.
To Mr. Williams, we leave a two-fingered, push-button typewriter.
To Mrs. Wesche, we leave two years supply of pest insect spray to use on the seniors who stray to her new homeroom next year.
To Mrs. Woodruff, we leave a pair of scissors to censor the Hi Herald gossip articles.
Good morning everyone, this is Robert WincheU’s column with the latest gossip and my nominations for the outstanding people of 1979 in the world.
First there’s Dr. Joan Sootheran, of the Mayard Clinic which was brought to national fame when P resident John Common of Sankana died of a heart attack during treatment. There’s also J ames Mulholland, mortician, who performed the autopsy after Joyce Day, the only female nurse imployed in this clinic, discovered the dead president.
Robert Sackett, who lectures on physique and athletic training conditions throughout the world, is now with his assistant, Alice “Duke” Sniderhart who also gives lectures and demonstrations.
Miss Claudette Corwin, English professor, has given up her position at Utopia University to revise the novel, “Ogden Nashery’s Golden Trashery".
Bob Conde, scientist and engineer is using his recently patented 36 hour day to perfect a new fuel for souped up rockets which are being tested by the former Indianapolis racer, Bill ShawL
Richard Lewis andCharlesManroe, thenations best farmers and raisers of asparagus and “swineese” (half pig-half goose) are dedicating the profits of this year’s crop to Anne Church, home research economist, who,discovered the “oodle-doodle bug” in their kitchen.
“Love em and leave em” Hoagland is in the process of obtaining his 24th divorce and is currently squiring film star Donna Mansefieldhart.
Republican Senator Judie Baker from Mississippi is fighting in Congress for the passage of her bill which would make high school and college athletes exempt from classes and examinations.
Bob McClure, bag-piper to Mary Queen of Scots, has recently written the best seller of the non fiction “Scotchmen: What They Wear Under Their Kilts”.
Karol Ryan, U. S. Navy Sergeant, has recruited more than 200 enlistees this year, all men!
Cordelia O’Dell has replaced Ann Sothern as Peter Sands private secretary and is waiting for that phone call from Elvis.
Dave Dannheim has replaced Jon Whitcomb as the most famous commercial artist and drawing the young married set, namely Genny Barnhart and Bertie Rifenburg, in their million dollar Florida homes.
Carol Clark, owner-manager of the “22” Club in Long Beach is currently featuring top flight entertainment in the field of music.
Gerry Padden, manager of 32 MarketBasketStores.has recently acquired stock in the new "Universe T ravel Club” to begin his chain stores on the moon.
W ell, this is all my news for today. I have a dinner engagement with some of these people who want to get their names in my column again.sai umpGIRLS' CHORUS
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: E. Joyce, R. Baker, N. DeRemer, D. Barnhart, A. Cannon, C. Cornell, G. Wightman, A. Church, L. Coffin, R. Padden, P. Clark, V. Howe. SECOND ROW: C. Clark, J. Day, C. Corwin, J. Baker, A. Phelps, C. O’Dell, K. Bostwick, S. Strouse, L. Rifenburg. B. Sootheran, B. Pelton, R. Baker. THIRD ROW; R. Waldeck, B. Barnhart, N. Gibbs, C. Eshenbaugh, L. Marvel, D. Halsey, C. Hoagland. C. Dean, J. Sootheran, J. Day. FOURTH ROW; L. Nye, V. Kemp, M. George, G. Woodard, R. Winchell, C. Dixon, J. Common, J. Mulholland, R. McClure, J. Walter, A. Kelley, A. Corwin.
FIRST ROW, i eft to Right: E. Joyce, P. Clark, C. Clark, R. Baker, R. Padden, C. Cornell, G. Wightman, O. Fuller, J. Rifenburg, L. Coffin, B. Grossman, V. Howe. SECOND ROW: J. Day, A. Church, N. DeRemer, K. Bostwick, B. Freeman, A. Cannon, R. Baker, S. Thorpe, R. Monroe,
C. Bronson, M. Mead. THIRD ROW; C. Corwin, J. Day, L. Reil, R. Waldeck, V. Lewis, C. O’Dell, R. Waters, P. Bronson, A.Phelps, D.Burdick, B. Pelton, D. Barnhart. FOURTH ROW: B. Soothern,
D. Wittie, L. Rifenburg. J. George, N. Gibbs, C. Eshenbaugh, L. Marvel, C. Hoagland, C. Dean, J. Baker, S. Strouse.
MIXED CHORUSBOYS' CHORUS
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: A. Corwin, J. Cook, G. Padden. SECOND ROW: B. Conde, J. Walter, A. Kelly. THIRD ROW: V. Kemp, R. Winchell, M. George. FOURTH ROW: R. McClure, J. Common, G. Woodard.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Day, A. Phelps. SECOND ROW: G. Whightman, T. Kibbe. THIRD ROW: R. Waldeck, C. Clark, A. Church, E. Joyce. FOURTH ROW: L. Rifenburg, J. Sootheran, N. Gibbs, C. Dean, C. O'Dell, C. Corwin.ORCHESTRA
FIRST ROW, Left to Right; A. Church, C. Corwin, G. Wightman, V. Howe, J. Woodruff, C. Caple, H. Church. SECOND ROW: L. Coffin, D. Gibbs, R. McClure, J. Walter, R. Waldeck, J. Carr, O. Fuller, A. Cannon, J. Greene, C. Eshenbaugh, L. Reil, B. Grossman, E. Greene. THIRD ROW; C. Miles, P. Hames, C. Bronson, E. Joyce, J. Day, D. Rossman, G. Waldeck.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: A. Conde, D. Kemp, G. Freeland, A. McAndrew, N. Petts, P. Perry, J. Cook, C. Sisson, R. Kemp, M. Baker, R. Goodrich. SECOND ROW: R. McGillivary, B. Fuller, J. Nichols, V. Woolworth, D. Glover, B. Clark, J. Clark, A. Brown, C, Robinson, J. Greenfield, D. Kemp, J. Cannon, D. Gibbs, E. Perry. THIRD ROW: B. Harris, C. Meade, S. Clark, S. Thorpe,
B. Loucks, B. Whitesel, J. Campbell, C. Mein, A. Reisman, C. Peckham, S. Robinson, J. Berger,
C. Baker, C. Miles, G. O’Dell, L. Carmody, L. Kessler, C. Pressler. FOURTH ROW: B. Ford, N. Porter, V. Eillot, K. Greenfield, L. Hurd, M. Howland, D. Harvey, R. Dougherty, E. Glover, L. Sootheran, K. Rosintoski, A. Gross, J. Joyce, M. A. Smith, P. Hames, J. Coats, K. Wittie.MAJORETTES
LEFT TO RIGHT: S. Thorpe, C. Dean, S. Strouse, B. Sootheran, Drum Majorette: STANDING: J. Sootheran.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: C. Corwin, J. Woodruff, L. Coffin, G. Wightman, E. Hoagland, H. Church, N. Gibbs. SECOND ROW: T. Seamans, L. Kessler, R. Waldeck, J. Common, E. Hoose, R. McClure, E. Greene. Pianist: E. Joyce. Vocalist: T. Kibbe.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right M. Caple, P. Hames, L. Carmody, A. McAndrew, A. Conde. SECOND ROW: E. Hoagland, L. Reil, C. Eshenbaugh, L. Cable, K. Bostwick. THIRD ROW: D. Vars,
E. Hoose, C. Burdick, G. Wightman, P. Bronson, M. A. McClure. FOURTH ROW: L. Nye, B. Grossman, El Greene, R. Conde, R. McClure. FIFTH ROW: D. Tossman, T. Seamans, G. Waldeck.SENIOR BAND
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: A. Church, G. Wightman, V. Howe, E. Joyce, SECOND ROW: J. Woodruff, L, Coffin, J. Reil, B. Lusk, C. Corwin. THIRD ROW: R. Winchell, C. Storms, N. Gibbs, H. Church. FOURTH ROW: O, Fuller, L. Kemp, A. Cannon, J. Greene, K. Caple. FIFTH ROW; J. Walter, J. Mulholland, J. Common, R. Waldeck, L. Kessler.PEP BAND
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Greene, E. Hoose, L. Kessler, J. Woodruff, D. Rossman, O. Fuller, B. Grossman, C. Caple. SECOND ROW; R. Waldeck, L. Reil, H. Church, K. Bostwick, J. Reil, C. Corwin.
THIRD ROW: N. Gibbs, L. Cable, L. Nye, G. Wightman, P. Bronson. FOURTH ROW; E. Greene, C. Eshen-baugh, R. WincheU. FIFTH ROW; R. Conde. E. Hoagland, R. MoClure.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: D. Pitts. D. Nye, D. Thorp, L. DeRemer, L. Sootheran, J. Rifenburg, M. Mead, S. Burch. SECOND ROW; E. Hoose, J. Common, B. Ford, V. Lynch, R. Conde, A. McAndrew, J. Campbell,
L. Carmody, M. Caple, P. Hames, S. Robinson. THIRD ROW; J. Wahl, D. Brundage, S. Baker, C. Wallace, D. Collins, M. Lynch, J. Tuttle, B. Goodridge,D. Rossman, J. Deremer, C. Mead. FOURTH ROW: L. Hurd, C. Burdick, D. Vars, J, Cook, D. Nye, R. Rowland, R. Gardner, H, Bertram, C. Storms, B. Fuller, M. Meyn, A. Gross. FIFTH ROW; D. Burdick, L.Kemp, J. Nichols, K. Cable, H. Bissell. L. Cook, D. Whitman, R. Vickers, B. Green, R. Joyce, J. Carr, G. Burdick, M. E. Smith.STUDENT COUNCIL
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: L. Coffin, C. Clark, J. Day. SECOND ROW: J. Greene, R. Conde, G. Burdick, D. Stackwick. THIRD ROW; J. Mulholland, J. Common, E. O'Dell, R. Lewis.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right M. Mead, B. Pelton, R. Baker, N. DeRemer, Mrs. Conde, H. Lehman, V. Sortore, J. Brundage, J. Updyke, B. Sootheran, L. Rifenburg. SECOND ROW: V. Lewis, C. Hoagland, L. Marvel, C. Lefever, K. Stocking, C. Dean, M. Dixon. THIRD ROW: L. McAndrew, D. Woodard.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: G. Padden, H. Glover, G. Thorpe, D. Harris, R. Lewis, D. Baker. SECOND ROW: W. Clarke, L. Nye, V. Burch, D. Woodward, V. Kemp, C. Manroe, L. Stocking, E. O’Dell. THIRD ROW: T. Brown, P, Winchell, D, Kemp, L. McAndrew, R. Lewis, D. Dodge, C. Grover, H. Perry. FOURTH ROW: G. Burdick, M. George, G. Hulin, P. Waters, R. WicheU, R. Clarke, A. Gayhart, T. Seamans, R. Whitesell, H. LeFever.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: C. Sherman, B. Barnhart, C. Clark, O. Fuller, S. Bird, B. Grossman, P. Clark, V. Howe. SECOND ROW: B. Pelton, J. Silsby, S. Thorpe, C. Storms, V. Lewis, D. Burdick, K. Ryan, A. Phelps, M. Mead. THIRD ROW: S. Burch, C. Bronson, R. Monroe, J. Brundage, J. Updyke, J. Day, N. DeRemer, I. Clark. FOURTH ROW: K. Stocking, J. George, J. Carr, L. Marvel, D. Halsey, C. Dean, C. Eshenbaugh, S. Strouse, C. Hoagland, R. Waldeck.OLDER BOYS
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: R. Goodridge, D. Rossman, B. Harris, J. Greenfield, D. Kemp, D. Price, M. Baker. SECOND ROW: G. Burdick, G. O’Dell, D. Rossman, W. Clark, E. O’Dell, T. Brown, J. Lehnam, D. Kemp, R. McGillivary. THIRD ROW: R. Dougherty, F. Coy, L. Stocking, R. Baker, M. Whiting, R. Whites ell, P. Barrett, H. Perry. FOURTH ROW: A. Kelley, W. Monroe,
E. Glover, P. Waters, L. McAndrew, J. Walter, R. Clark, P. Howland, A. Gayhart, R. WhiteselL
YOUNGER BOYS' 4-H
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: B. Bird, T. Ordiway, M. Ordiway, T. Wahl, F. Kelley, McCormick, D. Foster. SECOND ROW: E. Perry, S. Baker, R. Rowland, G. Ordiway, B. Clark, L. Cook, R. Mead. THIRD ROW: B. Wahl, J. Dunham, J. Strouse, G. Burdick, R. Gayhart, G. Brown.HI—HERALD
FIRST ROW, Left to Right; V. Howe, C. Clark, J. Updyke, Assistant Editor; J. Baker, Editor; G. Woodard, Sports Editor; Mrs. Woodruff, adviser; A. Cannon, J. Brundage. SECOND ROW: V. Sortore, K. Ryan, C. Hoagland, C. O’Dell, L. Reil, E. Joyce, G. Wightman, C. Cornell, K. Bostwick, B. Grossman, O. Fuller, L. Coffin, R. Baker, R. Baker, B. Sootheran. THIRD ROW: B. Conde, C. Eshenbough, N. Gibbs, S. Strouse, L. Marvel, C. LeFever, R. Baker, J. Day, H. Church, J. Sootheran. FOURTH ROW; R. Sackett, J. Common, J. Mulholland, C. Dean. FIFTH ROW; B. Pelton, R. Waldeck, N. DeRemer, J. Day, A. Church, C. Corwin, L. Rifenburg, V. Lewis, A. Barnhart.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: K. Bostwick, O. Fuller, G. Wightman, B. Grossman, C. Cornell, J. Updyke, N. DeRemer, C. Dean. SECOND ROW; S. Smith, A. Cannon, B. F reeman, L. Coffin, P. Clark, P. Padden, B. Barnhart, C. Clark, S. Snyder, J. Brundage, L. Rifenburg. THIRD ROW; S. Strouse, C. Hoagland, L. Marvel, J. Day, J. Baker, B. Sackett, B. Shawl, M. George, E. Greeme. FOURTH ROW: E. Joyce, L.Reil, B. Sootheran, J. Common, J. Mulholland, G. Padden, R. Conde. FIFTH ROW; G. Woodard, G. Waldeck, P. Howland, G. Wightman, B. Woodruff, R. Baker. ABSENT: R. McClure.TENNIS
LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Wightman, R. Conde, E. Greene, J. Mulholland, J. Common, G. Waldeck, E. Hoagland. ABSENT: Robert McClure.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: R. McClure, A. Whiting, R. Lewis, D. McGillivray. SECOND ROW: G. Waldeck, J. Common, J. Mulholland, P. Waters.BASEBALL TEAM
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: L. Hollenbeck, G. Rosintoski, L. Nye. SECOND ROW: Coach Stackwick, M. Wright, L. McAndrew, C. Dixon, D. Harris, C. Whiting, B. Lehman, G. Thorpe, H. Glover, G. Hulin, J. Tingley, T. Freeman.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: B. Vickers, G. Wightman, E. Green, A. Corwin, R. Manion, R. Vickers,
B. Emery, Coach Atwell. SECOND ROW; L. Stocking, B. Woodruff, A. Kelly, B. Shawl, B. Sackett, G. Rosintoski, T. Freeman, P. Barret. THIRD ROW; R. Lewis, R. Lewis. G. Hulin, J. Mulholland, J. Common, G. Waldeck, C. Dison, W. Harm, P. Howland.FIRST ROW, Left to Right A. Barnhart, B. Barnhart, C. Clark, S. Bird, C. Cornell, J. Silby,
N. DeRemer, O. Fuller, B. Grossman, P. Clark, V. Howe. SECOND ROW: R. Monroe, S. Thorpe,
C. Storms, J. Updyke, J. George, L. Rifenburg, J. Rifenburg, A. Cannon, B. Freeman, L. Coffin. THIRD ROW; R. Waldeck, C. Stocking, V. Lewis, C. Ryan, A. Phelps, C. O’Dell, J. Day, C. Bronson, D. Barnhart, V. Atwell. FOURTH ROW; R. Padden, S. Burch, P. Bronson, D. Wittie, N. Gibbs, C. Dean, S. Stoves, C. Hoagland, J. Brundage, J. Day, J. Baker.
ON THE MAT, Left to Right: H. Glover, B. Shawl, G. Wightman, W. Clarke. STANDING: L. Hollenbeck, R. Manion, D. Lehman, P. Holland, V. Burch, Coach Atwell, R. Clarke, G. Hulin, N. Storms, E. Greene.J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM
LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Burdick, Coach LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Lehman, M. Whiting,
Stackwick, K. Heselton, B. Vickers. Coach Atwell, R. Vickers.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: A. Corwin, T. Seamans, D. Harris, T. Freeman, P. Barret. SECOND ROW: C. Grover, L. Stocking, G. Rosintoski, H. Campbell, C. Dixon, Coach Stackwick, G. Thorpe, M. Wright, D. Woodard, A. Kelly, B. Brundage.
BASKETBALL MANAGERS SOCCER MANAGERSVARSITY
ABSENT: Leo McAndrew
Jim MulhollandBASKETBALLJ.V. CHEERLEADERS
LEFT TO RIGHT: O. Fuller, B. Grossman, C. Cornell, K. Bostwick, G. Wightman.SCOREBOARD
The 1957-1958 baseball team, with a roster of young players, came up with a 3-7 record with one win over Belmont and two over F illmore.
The track team had a good year, competing with many schools, including Friendship, Bolivar, Cuba, Alfred-Almond, and county B-C and ABC meets. Terry Monroe placed second in the B-C meet at Houghton and completed at Rochester.
The tennis team experienced a good year, competing with Whitesville, Alfred-Almond, Scio, and Richburg. The doubles team, composed of Edgar Hoagland and John Common, won the Allegany County doubles and traveled to Rochester where they reached the semi-finals.
The Andover wrestling squad, comprised of young hopefuls, had matches with Belmont and Alfred-Almond.
The Andover Panthers had a very good season, ending with a 12-3 record. Taking second in the Allegany County C League, they were defeated by Naples in the quarter finals at Alfred University.
Nov. 14 Andover 41 Whitesville 24
Nov. 18 Andover 56 Greenwood 20
Nov. 21 Andover 62 Arkport 55
Dec. 5 Andover 44 Cuba 54
Dec. 11 Andover 53 Alfred-Almond 44
Dec. 16 Andover 52 Canaseraga 41
Dec. 19 Andover 54 Fillmore CO 00
Jan. 9 Andover 46 Belmont 44
Jan. 16 Andover 43 Bolivar 27
Jan. 23 Andover 37 Cuba o 00 •
Jan. 29 Andover 49 Alfred-Almond 43
Feb. 6 Andover 64 Fillmore 31
Feb. 11 Andover 77 Belmont 45
Feb. 13 Andover 58 Scio 50
Feb. 20 Andover 54 Bolivar 57
Mar. 7 Andover 38 Naples 48"
John Common 332 Gary Woodard 32
Jimmy Mulholland 202 Gail Waldeck 26
Bob Sackett 110 Richard Lewis 6
Leo McAndrew 78 Bob Conde 5
Warren Hann 36 Tom Seamans 0CUBS
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Coats, J. Cart, J. Greene, J. Cannon, D. Gibbs, J. Lehman, R. McGillivary, J. Cook, SECOND ROW; D. Kemp, B. Childs, D. Mulholland, F. Coy. W. Monroe, Mr. Carmody, E. Glover, R. Dougherty, W. Ford, D. Stackwick.
SCOREKEEPERS AND MANAGERS
FIRST ROW, Left to Right J. Joyce, V. Woolworth. SECOND ROW: J. Cook, J. Coats.
CUB CHEERLEADERS SENIOR SQUAD
LEFT TO RIGHT: M. A. McClure, L. Carmody, C. Peckham, J. Woodruff, C. Miles.
CUB CHEERLEADERS JUNIOR SQUAD
LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Hames, B. Fuller. J. Nichols, D. Collins, L. Cable.Sleeping Beauty
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