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tnzxiIt is the hope of the Senior Class that this, the 1960 Yearbook, will be a credit to our excellent school. Our school has guided us and has taught us much about the world around us so that as we leave, we will face the future with high ideals.
We also hope that you will have fond memories as you leaf
through it in years to come.o
We, the Senior Class, would like to dedicate this yearbook to our loving parents, for it is they who have given us this wonderful school. They have also given us guidance and advice through the "Best years of our lives."
We know that we can never really repay all that we owe, but
we sincerely hope that this book is a tribute to them.BOARD OF EDUCATION--FRONT: Dr. R. Common, S. B. Crandall, Mr. Garwood,
A. Dourghty. BACK: P. MacMichael, C. Burdick, A. Tuttle.
MR. KESSLER Principal
MR. WILLIAMS 5 Senior Advisor
MISS TAYLOR Secretary
MR. GIBBS Guidance
MR. GARWOOD Superintendent
MR. CARMODY Vice-Principal, Jr. HighMR. BRACE Driver Education
MRS. GREENE School Nurse
MISS JOYCE Dental Hygienist
LEFT TO RIGHT: J. NOBLES,
F. FOSTER, J. NOBLES.
KEMP, O. KEMP, F. MID-
KITCHEN MRS. BROWN--Head of Staff
BUS DRIVERS LEFT TO RIGHT: F. VICKERS
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LEFT TO RIGHT: E. PERRY, I. RUGER, N. GORSUCH.Yearbook jitaff
JUDY CARR Editor
ALFRED WHITING Art Editor
VICTOR BURCH Co-Art Editor
SALLY SMITH Layout Editor
GARTH HU LIN Advertising Editor
RICHARD BAKER Sales Editortt ItMRS. WOODRUFF English
MR. MAC CREA Art
MR MC CLURE Music
MR. SWIMLEY Mathematics, Science
MRS. CONDE English
MRS. N1DA BusinessMR. BRONSON Agricultural
MR. STACKWICK Sports
MISS BALL Homemaking
MR. BARDEN Industrial Arts
MISS MARTIN Sports
MRS. BEE Musict it tr
FI NLA G. CRAWFORD
LEFT TO RIGHT: Dr. Gross. S. Crandall, Dr. Common, C. Burdick, A. Tuttle, A. Dourghty, P. McMichel, R. Snyder, Dr. Scott, P. Kilbane, H. Joyce, R. Sootheran, R. Tomm, F. Crawford, D. Lyman, R Whitford, W. Garwood, F. Burrows, W. Alderson, M, Lynch, J. Kessler, Rev. Shea.
Jfltxrd (UfyorustrtiixXBREGINA BAKER "Jeannie"
"That's what you think.
RICHARD BAKER "Dick" Agriculture
VICTOR BURCH "Vic" Agriculture "Mercy"
JUDY BRUNDAGE "Judy"
Math, Science, and Business "Who? Me?"ANN CANNON "Cannonball" Math and Science
JUDY CARR "Judy"
Math, Science, and Business
LINDA COFFIN "Coughdrop" Math and Science
IRENE CLARK "Clarky"
Business and Homemaking "Oh, shoot!"
18NANCY DH REMER "Nan"
"Charlie" Math and Science
HOMER GLOVER "Homer" Agriculture, Business, and Industrial Art "Pretty likely. ”
BEVERLY FREEMAN "Bev"
WARREN HANN "Skip"
"That’s what she said. "
RONALD LEWIS "Ron" Agriculture
DELORES HALSEY "Dodie"
Business and Homemaking "Chautauqua Lake is in New York State."LEO MC ANDREW "Leo" Agriculture
FLORA SHERMAN "Flora"
Business and Homemaking
LUCILLE RIFENBURG "Lucy"
S ALLY SMITH "Sally"
Math, Science, and Business "Oops."SHIRLEY SNYDER "Shirley"
Math and Science "It ain’t so. "
GLENN THORPE "Beauty"
Business and Agriculture "Mercy Heavens"
GAIL WALDECK "Butch"
Math and Science "Hi ya, toots I'
JEAN UPDYKE "Jean"
Math and Science "I don't know."
PAUL WINCHELL "Winch"
Agriculture and Business "Oh, my, garsh"HILDA SOTO "Mamy" Business
WILLIAM WOODRUFF "Willy John"
Math and Science "I came, I saw,
DAVID ORDIWAY "Dave”
Regina Baker leaves her eye Make- up to Theo Edwards.
Richard Baker leaves his curly hair to Judy Woodruff.
Judy Brundage leaves her red hair and freckles to Lois Reil.
Victor Burch leaves his smashed-up truck to Carol Eshenbough to bang up. Ann Cannon leaves her jokes to Roberta Edwards.
Judy Carr leaves her horses to Deanna Wittie, so she'll have a new sport. Irene Clarke leaves her debating ability to Mattie Howland.
Linda Coffin leaves her height to Ira Connors.
Charlie Dixon leaves 25 lbs. of his weight to Carolyn Cornell.
Beverly Freeman leaves her old flirtatious ways to Dawn Burdick.
Nancy DeRemer leaves her Saturday nights to Janis Reil.
We leave Homer Glover to Sandy.
Dolores Halsey leaves her quietness to Lloyd Hollenbeck.
Warren Hann leaves his skipping ability to the majorettes.
Garth Hulin leaves his managing ability to Kenny Hessleton.
Ronald Lewis leaves his mechanical ability to Paul Glover.
Leo McAndrew leaves his graceful leaping ability to Joe Carr.
Lucille Rifenburg leaves her sarcastic laugh to future shorthand students. Flora Sherman leaves her shyness to Sharon Strouse and Charolette Dean. Sally Smith leaves her Secretary-Treasurer job to Ellen Joyce.
Shirley Snyder leaves her baby-sitting job to Carol Hoagland.
Glenn Thorpe leaves for Wellsville.
Jean Updyke leaves her Latin ability to Kay Bostwick.
Rae Ellen Waldeck leaves her'musical talent to Lee Kessler.
Gail Waldeck leaves his ability to be a pest to George Hoover.
Alfred Whiting leaves his bullwhip act to John Cook.
Paul Winchell leaves his singing ability to Karen Stocking.
Gary Woodard leaves his acting ability to Eddie Greene.
Bill Woodruff leaves his little black book to Hugh Church.
Dave Ordiway leaves his laugh to Louie to carry on the tradition.
Hilda Soto leaves her good nature and modesty to Gary Rosintoski.
Ronald Stocking leaves his tales of heroism to Harold LeFever.
The year is 1970. We find the class of 1960 successfully making its way in the world.
Unfortunately, Judy Brundage is unable to be with us. We hear that she was detained in an institution for being suspected of pyromania.
A recent bulletin from Cape Canaveral reveals that noted rocket engineer, Gail Waldeck, has just been put into orbit. Indefinitely.
Judy Carr has sacrificed her love of English to further her career. She is now a leading Beatnik
Ronald Lewis, and Ronald Stocking, organizers of the Farmer’s Union, have just asked for fewer working hours, more pay, and paid vacations. As yet, however, the cows haven’t agreed to these demands.
Nancy DeRemer has just left for the moon. Now the Man in the Moon won’t get lonesome.
The noted actor, Charlie Dixon, is on location working on his latest movie, “The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.”
Victor Burch is now working for Walt Disney Drawing Donald Duck cartoons.
Shirley Snyder must have stayed too long at Craig Colony. She is now an inmate. Oh well, it happens to the nicest people.
Gary Woodard, race car enthusiast, is here after his victory at Indianapolis last week.
We find Lucille Rifenburg employed as a lap secretary to Clem Cadiddlehopper.
Comedienne Ann Cannon now has her own television show. However, no one is able to see it because the whole series has been censored. Reason: She writes her own jokes.
Warren Hann has just won the annual skipping contest in Kalamazoo. He is now preparing for an “Around the World Tour."
Delores Halsey owns a world-wide chain of restaurants. We understand that she is still washing dishes, however, since none have automatic dishwashers.
Many of you will remember Fabian, but now it’s the singing idol, Paul Winchell, that now has Fabian’s place in the hearts of America’s teenagers.
After leaving here today, the well-known wrestler, Gorgeous Garth Hulin travels to Madison Square Garden to defend his title.
Because of her extraordinary height, we find Linda Coffin now playing basketball professionally.
We understand that the nation’s new Chief Executive, Dick Baker, has just signed a bill abolishing high school mathematics.
The former Regina Baker and Beverly Freeman are happily employed in washing diapers and cooking meals.
We have just sent a congratulatory wire to A1 “Tex” Whiting for selling his four millionth record of “Hear That Geetar.” He himself likes the record so much that he has bought 3,999,990.
Glenn Thorpe has just been fired from his latest job. It seems that his boss objected to his singing and whistling while he worked.
We find Rae Ellen leading the Philharmonic Orchestra. That is, what’s left of it.
Bill Woodruff has just designed an automobile. He still has to get it to run.
On her last visit to Andover. Hilda Soto brought a large canopy to put over the town to keep the snow away. It seems she doesn’t like the cold winters we have.
Sally Smith is now treasurer for Rockefeller. It must be quite a change after our rather empty treasury.
Homer Glover is busy Drawing up blueprints to straighten the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Senator Irene Clark has the honor of holding the new record for filibustering. She talked for 11 days without stopping.
Secretary Flora Sherman is the National Shorthand Champion this year. She took dictation at 160 words per minute.
Dave Ordiway now owns Slenderella and is literally living off the "fat of the land. "
Our most prominent inventor, Jean Updyke invented a new way to teach physics. Don’t.
Leo McAndrew has just signed a contract with the Harlem Globetrotters.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: M. Mead, C. LaFever, V. Lewis, R, Padden, C. Clarke, L. Reil, E. Joyce,
P, Clark, B. Pelton, M. Dixon. SECOND ROW: C, Hoagland, J, Day, V, Howe, B. Barnhart, P. Bronson,
L. Marvel, N. Gibbs, C. Dean, S. Strouse, R. Baker, C. Clark, R. Edwards. THIRD ROW: C. Eshenbaugh,
G. Wightman, L. Nye, L. Hollenbeck, C. Bulter, D. Manion, W. Clark, E. O’Dell, H. Church, W. Burch,
K. Stocking. FOURTH ROW; T. Seamans, E. Greene, M George, D. Woodard, P Waters, D. Harris,
G. Rosintoski, K. Heselton.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: R, Waters, T. Edwards, C. Cornell, G. Wightman, S. Burch, S. Bird, S.
Storms. SECOND ROW; S. Thorp, D. Burdick. J. Rifenburg, O. Fuller, K. Bostwick, B. Grossman, D. Wittie, J. George. P. Goodmote, C. Bronson, R. Monroe. THIRD ROW: T. Brown, H. LaFever, B. Vickers, D. Gayhart, D. Carson, L. Ordiway, J. Butch. FOURTH ROW: A. Kelly, P. Howland. J. Hunt, M. Wright, J. Walters, B. Clarke, D. Lehman, J. Appier, A. Corwin.3f regimen
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: J. Clark, L, Cable, M. A. McClure, B. Lusk, C. Pickham, S. Thorp, J. Campbell, S. Robinson, K. Caple, J. Reil, J. Woodruff, A. Reisman, C. Baker. SECOND ROW: C. Sherman, L. Carmody, C. Miles, J. Burger, C. Mead, J. Joyce, A. McAndrew, C. Meyn, B. Whitesell, J. Clark, M. Howland, P. Perry, E. Alvord. THIRD ROW: J. Cook, J. Bishop, S. Clark, J. Greene, J. Carr, B. Vickers, H. Perry, E. Schoonover, P. Barrett, D. Rossman, C. Greenfield, J. Drake, L, Sootheran, N. Porter. FOURTH ROW: B. Brundage, B. Johnson, F. Coy, P. Glover, D. Whitesell, M. Baer, E. Glover, H. Raub, M. Whiting, Dougherty, D. Kemp.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: N. Pitts, L. Hurd, K. Greenfield, J. Billings, D. Glover. M. E. Caple, S.
Howland, V. Lynch, B. Clark, H. Baer, N. Monroe, L. DeRemer. SECOND ROW: C. Sisson, P. Hames,
S. Robinson, A. Gross, D. Collins, B. Fuller, V. Woolworth, M. Baker, J. Conde, L. Kessler, M. E. Smith,
E. Perry, J. Nichols, R. Kemp, D. Kemp, J. Greenfield, D. Gibbs, D. Rossman, B. McGillvray, D. Price,
C. Wittie, G. Lehman, B. Emery, G. Freeland, J. Cannon, B. Harris, D. Kemp, G. Hoover, B. Goodrich,
M. Baker. FOURTH ROW: B. Kable, D. Stackwick, B. Childs, B. Ford, D. Mullholand, C. Burdick, H. Sherman, D. Harvey, J. Coats, K. Rosintoski. 30J tfientl] (6rade
FRONT ROW: R. Mead, Jane Cook, S. Tidd, J. DeRemer, E. McAndrew, C.
Grover, D. Vars, D. Smith. SECOND ROW; J. Common, W. Wahl, J. Fox, W. Grant, R. Cook, E. Raub, J. Strouse, I. Conner, N. Alvord, G. Burdick, S. Baker, D. Brundage, D. Densmore, S. Bird.
FRONT ROW; S. Congelli, D. Miles, L. Kemp, P. Gath, R. Allen, D. Brown, S. McGillivray, C. Baker, B. Tuttle, J. Day. SECOND ROW: P. Rowland, K. Lehman, D. Whitman, B. Grossman, E. Smith, B. Smith, D. Thorpe, R. Dodge, G. O’Dell, T. Manion, J. Raub, R. Gayhart, J. Dunham.
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FIRST ROW, Left to Right: B. Rowland, D. McCormick, C. Nye, K. Shellman, D. Thorp, G. Storms, D. Freeland, D. Lehman, E. Burch, C. Heselton, M. Moddaugh. SECOND ROW: W. Merrick, M. Clark, G. Rosintoski, S. Roeske,
D, Whitesell, J. Wahl, D. Davis, H, Fauzey, J. Billings, R. Joyce, W. Bixby, B. Clark, R. Bishop.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: L. Davis, E. Bird, J. Harvey, B. Nevol, N. Hadsell, M. L. Lehman; N. Billings, D. Dunham, D. Brown, M. Bishop, M. Lynch. SECOND ROW; R. Cornell, R. Congelli, S. Baker, W. Clarke, L. Hurd. M. Howland. D. Alvord, R. Weber, J. Wasson, William Greene, G, Ordiway, L. Cook.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: N. Halsey, M. DeRemer, A. Nye, K. Joyce,
N. Greenfield, C. Wallace, G. Bronson, D. Robinson, C. Bishop. BACK ROW; T. Kent, C. Updyke, M. Ordiway, F, Kelly, R. Dodge, C. Steadman, M. Meyn, T, Wahl, D. Vickers, N. Howland, D. Peckham, H. Bertrand.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: J. Tuttle, D, Collins, R. Dixon, R. Kelley, M. Rick, C. Lewis, K. Wassen, L. Middaugh, L. Bernard, R. Price. SECOND ROW: R. Baker, R. Lang, T, Ordiway, H. Hann, D. Whitesell, H. Bissell, T. Joyce, R. Emery, D, Brundage, John Hames, R. Gardner, C, Pitts, R. McCormick.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: D. Livingston, L. Hurd, K. Freeland, M. Joyce.
SECOND ROW: M E. Corwin, R. Baker, S. Reil, G. Bixby, S. McClure. THIRD ROW: B, Burch, R. Joyce, L. Gardner, R. Barnes. FOURTH ROW, Seated:
C. Densmore, D. Sherman, E. Sackett, D. Slocum. STANDING: C. Nevol, D. Butler, E. Bird, J. Baker, S. Congelli, W. Davis, L. Elliot, P. Schrader.
FIRST ROW, Seated: J. DeRemer, C. Joyce, L. Clark. SECOND ROW: J.
Stover, K. Pease, M. Greene. THIRD ROW: R, Gallagher, J. Le Fever, G. Clarke. FOURTH ROW: D. Billings, K. Slocum, G. Rossman. STANDING: D,
Lehman, C. Densmore, M. Manion, J. Stephens, D. Fox, W. Hurlburt, A. Dodge, M.Alvord, D. Leon, D. Harris, M. Brundage, D. Polmateer.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: J. Howland, L. Dunham, K. Gavin, C. Walter, C. Gibbs, C. Pelton, S. Conner, J. Dibble. D. Stackwick, T. Miles, D. Leon. SECOND ROW: H. Sisson, R. Godown, D. Billings, F. Middaugh, D. Foster, W. Carr,
J. Joyce, R. Tomm, T. Weber, R. Lynch, D. Price, D. Vars.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: M. Adams, M. Tuttle, B. Perkins, S. Bissell, C. Baker, J. Hyland, J. Nye, M. Howland, N. Thorp, L. Leon, J. Freeland, M. Wahl. SECOND ROW: M. Stover, P. Dixon, R. Brown, R. Bishop, T. Dixon, S. Clark, M. Whitesell, D. Grant, R. McCormick, R. Joyce, R. Schrader.
MRS. MC CLUREFRONT ROW, Left to Right: D. Sootheran, J. Williams, H. Freeland, K. Nevol, D. Barnes, J. Howland, G. Wahl. SECOND ROW: D. Roeske, V. Slocum, L. Eshenbaugh, M, Smith, D. Asgood, E. Matison, C. Berger son, J. Kent, K. Hubbard, C. Congelli.
FRONT ROW. Left to Right: D. Stevens, J. Day, N. Burch, M. Cornell, D. Baker, K. Gorsuch, S. Preston, P. Nye. SECOND ROW; L. Burnard, D. Pitts, C. Fauzey, B. Gardner, T. Polmateer, W. Dodge, L. Buckholz, M. Thop, R. Brown, J. Stevens.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right; D. Baker, D. Nichols, A. Slade, M. Adams, R. Hyland, P. Dibble, S. Stevens, V. Atwell, N. Clarke, S. Pease. SECOND ROW; T. Matison, D. Green, J. Lang, T. Baker, R, Leonard, D. Slade, S. Phelps, S. Tomm, C. Densmore, P. Pelton, R. Godown.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right; V. Billings, G. Herr, L. Panton, L. Collins, M. Bernard, S. Merrick, J. Wightman, Susan Emery, K. Gavin. SECOND ROW; D. Baker, D. Freeland, D. Gallagher, J. Smith, D. Clark, D. Williams, G. Shellman, D. Densmore, T. Williams, C. Gram, D. Stackwick, R. Clark.
MRS. HALLFRONT ROW, Left to Right; J. Grossman, D. Sisson, R. Lehman, P. Middaugh, D, Williams, B. Jackson, S. Briggs, E. Ashley. SECOND ROW; F. Baker, K. Richardson, P. Matison, R. Tuttle, R. Pitts, J. Davis, J. Gongelli, L. Hess. THIRD ROW; W, Geer, J. MacMichael, D, Burrows, S. Lewis, M. Shellman, M. Dodge, B. Hadsell.
FIRST TABLE: T. Wallace, A. Green, B. Kemp, C. McCormick, E. Billings,
M. Jackson, D. Hern, J. Atwell, Y. Mattison, B, Preston. SECOND TABLE; S. Lewis, L. Nevol, D. Baker, P. Ford, D. Westbrook, K. Burch, S. Stevenson, S. Weber, D. Dodge, K. Davis.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: R. Baker, N. DeRemer, P. Clark, J. Clark, C. Clark, E. Joyce, L. Coffin,
V. Howe. SECOND ROW: A. Cannon, C. Mead, G. Wightman, J. Joyce, C. Miles, R, Waldeck, C. Cornell, R. Baker, J. Day. THIRD ROW: S. Clark, S. Thorp, K. Stocking, P. Bronson, R. Waters, D. Reisman, C. Dean, L. Reil, J. Burger, C. Peckham, B. Pelton.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: J. Cook, L Coffin, H. Soto, L. Carmody, C. Clark, P. Padden, J. Woodruff, S. Clark, R. Baker, P. Clark, V. Howe, J. Greene. SECOND ROW: R Baker, B. Freeman. A. Cannon, G. Wightman, J. Burger, C. Peckham, R. Waldeck, E. Joyce, B. Pelton, R Edwards. THIRD ROW: N. De Remer, B. Barnhart, R. Bostwick, L. Rifenburg, C. Cornell, S. Strouse, N. Gibbs, L. Marvel, J. Carr, L. Reil, V. Lewis. J. Day. FOURTH ROW: E. Schoonover, D. Rossman, L. Nye, J. Appier, C. Dix.on, R. Waters, C. Dean, C. Eshenbaugh, J. Walters, E. Greene, B. Woodard, M. George, A. Kelly, A. Corwin.
LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Burger, C. Dean, D. Brown, S. Strouse, D. Wittie.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: S. Burch, J. Campbell, P. Hames, L. Carmody, A. McAndrew, J, Conde, W.
Ford, S. Robinson, M. E, Caple, L. Cable. SECOND ROW: K. Bostwick, C. Storms, J. Reil, P. Bronson. L. Reil, E. Hoagland, C. Eshenbaugh, G. Wightman, E. Joyce, V. Howe. THIRD ROW: M.E. Smith, L. Kessler, J. Woodruff, L, Coffin, M. Gibbs, H. Church, S, Bird, O. Fuller, A. Cannon. J. Greene, J, Cook, R. Waldeck. FOURTH ROW; A. Corwin, C. Burdick, T. Seamans, D. Rossman, B. Grossman, D. Vars, E. Schoonover, D, Mulholland, L. Stocking, E. Greene, G. Waldeck, J. Walters.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right; D. Gibbs, M. Howland, S. Cangelli, J. Harvey, N. Pitts, D. Brown, C. Grover. SECOND ROW; L. DeRemer, L. Sootheran, J. Rifenburg, G. Wightman, V. Howe, J. Reil, J. Woodruff, D. Harvey. THIRD ROW; J. Greene, O. Fuller, D. Burdick, L, Reil, C. Eshenbaugh, L. Kessler, M. Smith, R, Waldeck. FOURTH ROW; D. Vars, L. Schoonover, D. Rossman, G. Waldeck, J. Day.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right; J. Woodruff, D, Vars, L. Kessler. SECOND ROW; J. Reil. J. Greene, E. Schoonover, M. E. Smith. THIRD ROW: L. Coffin, H. Church, a Waldeck. FOURTH ROW; N. Gibbs,
E. Hoagland, E. Joyce, T. Seamans, E. Greene.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right; W. Ford.J. Campbell, P, Hames, L. Carmody, S. Robinson, L. Cable, S. Burch, M, E, Caple, J. Conde, A. McAndrew. SECOND ROW; J. Woodruff, J, Reil, M, E. Smith, L. Kessler, H. Church, P, Bronson, E. Hoagland, C, Eshenbaugh, L. Reil, S. Bird, R. Waldeck, J. Greene. THIRD ROW: D. Vars, D. Mulholland, C. Burdick, D. Rossman, L. Stocking, E. Greene, E. Schoonover, A. Corwin.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: B. Ford, V. Lynch, S. Burch, C, Wallace, J. Conde, M. Lynch, S. Robinson,
J. Rifenburg, L. Sootheran, L. DeRemer. SECOND ROW: H. Bissell, M. Meyn, C. Mead, C. Storms, L, Hurd, S. Baker, D. Brundage, J. Wahl, R. Gardner, R. Rowland, D. Vars. LOWER SECOND: L. Davis, D. Collins, J. Common, D. Collins, B. Greene, R. Joyce, J. Carr, M. E. Smith, L. Kessler, D. Burdick, L. Kemp, A. Corwin, J. Strouse, W, Grant, D. Wightman, L. Cook.OSirle’ Ensemble
LEFT TO RIGHT: R. Waters, J. Carr C. Dean, N. Gibbs, E. Joyce, R. Waldeck, L. Rifenburg, B. Pelton, C. Clark, G. Wightman.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: J. Cook, J. Greene, L. Schoonover, D. Rossman, L. Reil . SECOND ROW: W. Ford, D. Mulholland, B. Dougherty, J. Appier, A. Kelly, E. Greene, J. Walters, G. Waldeck.3Jr. (Ehnrus
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: C. Baker, S. Tidd, J. Cook, S. McGillivray, C. Sisson, N. Pitts, B. Tuttle,
S. Howland, D. Glover, D. Miles, J. Nichols, C. Grover, E. Perry, S. Congelli. SECOND ROW: R Kemp, B. Goodridge, D. Gibbs, J. DeRemer, C. Robinson, M. Main, R. Allen, B. Clark, D Brown, H. Baer, D. Kemp, M. Baker, J. Day, R. Rowland. THIRD ROW; W. Grant, B. Wahl, K. Wittie, B. Emery, P. Gath, L. Hurd, K. Greenfield, D. Harvey, K. Rosintoski, I. Connors, E. McAndrew. A. Gross, J. Strouse, D. Stack-wick, J. Common, K. Lehman, B. McGillivray.
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FRONT ROW, Left to Right: J. DeRemer, S. Clark, S. Tidd, B. Tuttle. B. Fuller, S. McGillivray, D. Miles. SECOND ROW: S. Burch, P. Gath, A. Gross. A. Reisman, N. Gibbs, C. Storms, J. Burger, E. McAndrew,
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: L. Coffin, S. Synder, R. Waldeck, J. Joyce, C. Miles, G. Wightman, B. Grossman, K, Bostwick, O. Fuller, C. Cornell. SECOND ROW: E. Joyce, A. Cannon, L. Rifenburg, P. Clark, C. Dean, C. Hoagland, L. Reil, S. Strouse, J. Updyke, B. Freeman. THIRD ROW: S. Smith, J. Burger, B. Barnhart, C. Peckham, R. Padden, C. Clark, L. Marvel, L. Carmody, J. Reil, J. Woodruff. FOURTH ROW: G. Hulin, R. Baker, W. Clarke, B, Woodruff, D, Rossman, J. Greene, G. Wightman.
FIFTH ROW: D. Ordiway, M. George, G. Woodard, K. Heselton, J. Walters, G. Waldeck, W. Hann, E. Greene, D. Woodard.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: E. Joyce, C. Eshenbaugh, V. Howe, L. Reil, K. Bostwick, R. Waldeck, N.
DeRemer, S. Snyder, J. Brundage, R. Baker. SECOND ROW: J. Day, C. Peckham, L. Marvel, J. Woodruff, N, Gibbs, B. Pelton, G. Wightman, H. Church, J. Updyke, V. Lewis, C. Dean, D. Wittie, C. Lafever, L. Rifenburg. STANDING: M.A, McClure, C. Cornell, J. Reil, L. Coffin, A, Cannon, G. Wightman, G. Waldeck, R. Baker, G, Woodard, O. Fuller, B, Grossman, J. George, C. Bronson, S. Strouse.
49LEFT TO RIGHT: G. O’Dell, R. Baker, L, Marvel, B. Pelton, C. Storms, K. Stocking, R. Edwards. M.
Dixon, C. Lefever, M. Mead, V. Lewis.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right; L. Carmody, J. Woodruff, O. Fuller, C. Pecknam, J. George, V. Lewis, T. Edwards, S. Thorpe, P. Clarke. M. Mead. SECOND ROW; B. Barnhart, V. Howe, E. Alvord, R. Monroe, R. Edwards, S. Burch, J. Updyke, N. DeRemer, J. Brundage, B. Grossman. THIRD ROW; C. Mead, C. Bronson, S. Bird. I. Clarke, B. Pelton, K. Stocking, S. Robinson, M, Dixon, P. Goodmote, C. Dean, L, Marvel, C. Eshenbaugh, S. Strouse, J. Carr, R. Waters, C. Storms, J. Day.Rational JHonor jloctttu
SEATED, Left to Right: J. Greene, J, Day, T, Edwards, H. Soto, E. Greene, J. Cannon, J. Walters,
J. Woodruff, G, O’Dell. STANDING: H. Church, G. Hulin, A. Cannon, R. Baker, B. Grossman.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right; A. Cannon, D, Baker, L. Coffin, L. Reil, E. Joyce, V. Howe, C. Eshenbaugh, J. Carr. SECOND ROW; G. Rosintoski, H. Church, G, Hulin, G. Waldeck, E, Greene, K. Heselton, J. Brundage, J. Updyke, L. Rifenburg.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: D. Woodard, R, Baker, L, Me Andrew, R. Lewis. SECOND ROW: W. Burch, T, Brown, G. O’Dell, W, Clarke, D, Kemp, H. LaFever, H. Perry, G. Burch. THIRD ROW: B. Johnson, L. Stocking, D, Haris, R, Stocking, P. Waters, R. Clarke, D. Whitsel, M. Whiting, F. Coy.
industrial (Arts (Class©Ider 4-£
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: G. O’Dell, H, Perry, D. Rossman, R. Kemp, M. Baker, R, Goodridge,
D. Rossman, B. Wahl, G. Brown. SECOND ROW:J. Dunham, R, Gayhart, J. Strouse, J. Greenfield,
E. O’Dell, C. Greenfield, J. Lehman, D. Kemp, G. Burdick. THIRD ROW; B. Johnson, D. Kemp,
F. Coy, R, Whitesell, J. Walters, P. Waters, A. Kelly, W. Monroe, W. Clark, M. Whiting.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: E. Bird, M. Ordiway, R. McCormick, B. Cornell, D. Peckham, T. Ordiway, J. Stevens. D. Foster. SECOND ROW: W. Merrick, E. Sackett, R. Bird, G. Rossman,
B. Clark, T. Wahl, H. Bissell, S. Baker, H. Burtrum, E. Perry. THIRD ROW: F. Kelly. S. Roesky,
B. Clark, J. Wahl, H. Fossy, R. Emery, T. Joyce, W. Bixby, J. Hames, M. Clarke.
53ft »jOarsitg basketball
DONALD 55 HARRIS
FRONT ROW; B. Vickers, L. Ordiway, J. Carr, J. Lehman, J. Greene, E. Schoonover. SECOND ROW: F. Coy, J. Appier, G. Rosintoskj, D. Woodard, P. Howland, L. Stocking, R. Manion.
jlcorekeeper ®tmer Sc Managers
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: B. Vickers, K. Heselton, D. Lehman, W. Grant. SECOND ROW; G. Hulin
barsitu basketball 01 tjeer leaders
LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Freeman, L. Coffin, E. Joyce, V. Howe, A. Cannon.
3). 9- 01 tjeerleaders
LEFT TO RIGHT: O. Fuller, B. Grossman, C. Cornell, K. Bostwick, G. Wightman.
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: W. Burch, L. Hollenbeck, G. Burdick, L. Ordiway, D. Manion, A. Corwin, B, Vickers. SECOND ROW; B. Sackett, L. McAndrew, H. Glover, G. Rosintoski, D. Ordiway. Coach Stackwick, K. Hesselton, B. Clark, B. Shawl, D. Lehman, P. Howland, M. George.
J occer ®eant
FIRST ROW, Left to Right: P. Howland, B. Woodruff. W. Hann. SECOND ROW: J. Cook, J. Lehman,
D. Rossman, P. Winchell, A. Corwin, G. Rosintoski, B. Johnson, J. Bishop. THIRD ROW: D. Gibbs, G. Whitman, F. Coy, K. Hesselton, W. Monroe, A. Kelly, G. Hulin, H. Raub, G. Waldeck, C. Dixon,
E. Glover, M. Wright, E. Green, B. Vickers, D. Stackwick.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: Coach Atwell, W, Shawl, R, Lewis, A. Kelly A, Corwin, L. Stocking, J. Carr. SECOND ROW; P. Waters, B. Me Clure, D. Woodard, J. Mulholland, J. Common, G. Waldeck, M. Wright, R. Vickers.
LEFT TO RIGHT: G. Wightman, B. Conde, E. Greene, J, Common, E. Hoagland, B. McClure.
59 larsttj) (Club
LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Dixon, G. Waldeck, H. Glover, W. Hann, G. Woodard, G. Rosintoski, L. McAndrew, G. Hulin.
FRONT ROW, Left to Right: R. McGillvary, D. Smith, D. Wightman, W. Grossman, J. Cannon, D. Gibbs.
SECOND ROW: J. Fox, J. Strouse, W. Ford, E. Smith, D. Mulholland, W. Childs, N. Alvord, D. Stackwick.
LEFT TO RIGHT: V. Woolworth, B. Tuttle, J. Nichols, D. Miles, D. Collins, J. Cook, B. Fuller, E.
McAndrew, P. Hames.
61(Hubs jicordkeeper ®tmer Sc iUHanagers
LEFT TO RIGHT: J. Coats, S. Howland, S. Congelli, D. Harvey.
62"When you think of Pictures-Think of Thatcher"
Fine Portraiture our Spec laity (Weddings-fami 1y groups-ch i1dren)
Wel1svi11e New York
(Over the A P Store) Phone 911
Our best wi shes to the Senior Class
M W TIRE CO.
Wel1svllle New York
Southern Tier's Most Complete Tire Service
ROCKWELL BROS. AND CO.
Allegany County's Oldest and Largest Department Store
Wellsvilie New York
Wel1svi11e New York
64Comp] imerits of
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE OF ANDOVER, INC
Comp] imerits of
YORK BROTHERS Lime Sr Fert i 1 i zer Spreading Service Andover New York
E. L. KENT S- SON
Certified Seeds Oats Andover New York
STEUBEN SILK MILLS
Comp 1i ments of
FAYE BROWN PAUL ORDIWAY'S BARBER SHOP Andover New York
GLENN E. BRONSON Insurance Broker
Andover Phone 4611
Congratulations to Class of I960 HOTEL JOYCE
THE H. H. WILLIAMS COMPANY
Groceries, Dry Goods,
Andover Phone 3215
Compli ments to the Class of I960 from ANDOVER
66Comp 1 i merits of
SMUTZINGER'S STORE Andover New York
Comp 1i ments of
Curt i ss improved Stud Service
Best Wishes to Class of '60
General Auto Repairing
Phone 4685 Main Street Andover New York
Ditching and Excavating Serv i ce
BAKERS BROTHERS Building Contractors Andover New York
Comp] iments of
JAMES MULHOLLAND Church Street Andover New York
STROUSE PLUMBING AND HEATING
WELLSVILLE LUMBER COMPANY
Ra i1 road Avenue
Wei 1svi11e New York
TUTTLE ROCKWELL COMPANY Steuben County's Largest Department Store Hornel1 New York
W1NEBURG GLEASON INC.
100 Main Street Hornel1 New York
Phone 15 0
Compli ments of
BIG ELMS RESTAURANT
196 Seneca Hornel1 New York
LEO V. LUDDEN SHOE STORE "Where Feet Find Happiness" 59 N. Main Street Wellsville New York
SEARS ROEBUCK COMPANY 181 Main Street Hornel1 New York
Compl iments of
Hornel1 New York
A. MC HENRY COMPANY
Qua 1i ty Jewelry Silverware and Gifts for over 100 years i n Hornel1
68Compliments of HALLS DRUG STORE K. E. Harris P. R. Ryan
Estabi i shed 1852 We]1svi11e
Comp]i ments of
WELDON IAN DAIRY
Phone Wei 1svi11e 12
CANNON'S Quality Clothes for Men Boys
HOPKINS LUMBER COAL CO.
COATS DRUG COMPANY Oliver G. Coats Dean Fisher
21 North Main Wellsvilie New York
Compliments of FRED D. RICE MUSIC STORE
Ann Cooper, Prop.
Phone 373 108 N. Main Street Wellsvilie New York
Congratulat i ons Sen i ors
TEXAS HOT RESTAURANT
69Compl imerits of
Claude H. Chase ANDOVER THEATRE
Compli ments of
JAMES E. BURGETT
"Cong ratu1 at i ons Sen i ors"
Best of Foods -
WEE SPOT RESTAURANT
Route 17 - East of Wei 1svi11e New York
FARMER'S FEED SUPPLY
"Flip 'em, Flop 'em, You'll Top 'em."
Grade A Eggs
Oven Ready Fowl PINE CREST POULTRY FARMS Phone 3372
Compli ments of
NIAGARA ELECTRON LABORATORIES
P. M. Hackett
Andover New York
FUNCREST ROLLER SKATING RINK
Wei 1sv i11e
70Congratulat i ons to the Graduating Seniors from the
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
Especially To These:
Jean Updyke Judy Brundage
Judy Carr Irene Clark
FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA
ANDOVER CHAPTERL. G. BALFOUR COMPANY
Jewelry's Finest Craftsmen
Class Rings and Pins
Club and Hospital Insignia
Medals - Trophies - Plaques
Representat i ve
Robert T. Turnbul1 22 Wa1demer Way Lakewood New York
ROCHESTER BUSINESS INSTITUTE
One of the oldest and best-known private business schools in the county, now in its 97th year. One- and two-year Courses in Business Administration, Accountancy, IBM, Sales, Standard. Medical, Legal. Engineering Secretarial Courses. Write for information about RBI's Courses and Business Aptitude Tests.
172 Clinton Avenue, South Rochester 4, New York
F. E. LUNN SON
Wellsvllle New York
The Members of the Hl-HERALD STAFF take this opportunity to thank the
for thei r splend Id cooperation in the past In the publication of Our School Paper, The
Compliments MURRAY STEVENS
Hornell's Largest Clothiers
LEONARD SCHOOL OF MUSIC Andover New York
72Best W i shes to the
Class of 1 60
Andover, New York
of Comp 1i ments
COURTNEY LIQUOR STORE of
Roy S- Edith Courtney DR. J. R. BERGERS0N
Andover New York
"ZEN 1TH--THE NO. 1 T. V." Compl iments
Handwired chassis for less of
and cheaper service. 20,000 volts picture power CENTER STREET GARAGE
For Prompt Service Phone 3705 Mingus and Hoover
73JOYCE WESTERN CORPORATION
JAMES V. JOYCE
P. 0. Box 385 Andover, New York
Phone 2626UM1KER'S RED AND WHITE
Telephone 392 Wellsville New York
UMIKER'S MONUMENT WORK'S
SHORT'S SERVICE STATION
KENNETH KERTON FLORIST
WARDS JEWELRY STORE
46 North Main Street Wellsville New York
DEANS AUTO PARTS
Glass For Any Car, Truck, or Bus Radiators Cleaned and RepaI red Towing Service
276 S. Main Street Wei 1svi11e
KAILBOURNE SUPPLY CO
Power Tools and Accessories Phone 1859
TO THE CLASS OF '60
BULK - TAINERS
Route 17, Andover, New York
Designers and Builders Bu1k Transport
of Bulk Storage and Fac i1 111es
76CUBA ICE CREAM COMPANY
Quality Frozen Desserts S i nee 1917
Cuba New York
BELL EQUIPMENT COMPANY W. Hanover Street Wei 1svi11e New York
J. J. NEWBERRY COMPANY
Allegany County's Most Complete Department Store
Wei 1svi11e New York
B AND B
MOTOR SALES INC.
Route 17 Dyke Street Underpass Wei 1svi11e New York
International Trucks Case Machinery
Compli ments of
REGAN'S DRUG STORE Wellsvilie New York
Smart Styles For Teenagers DAVIES
Wellsvilie New York
77 Edward C.Schiavi Phone 1106
Compliments WELLSVILLE HOUSE OF GLASS Wellsville New York
of Old State Police Barracks
LOOHNS CLEANERS Glass for
Auto - safety
LAUNDERERS Home - table tops-mirrors Store - complete fronts-
of Congratulat i ons
HENRY STEPHENS DR. J. R. C0MM0M
INSURANCE AGENCY Dent i st
Andover New York
The Ideal Modern Fuel
EMPIRE GAS AND FUEL COMPANY LIMITED
SOUTHERN ALLEGANY COUNTY Compliments
Compli ments SHORT'S
HARRY F. STATION
Sinclair Gas Oil
C.P.A. "Herm" Wal1 ace
Andover New York
NYE PADDEN of
Ford Farm Ind. Equip. SACKETT'S FOOD MARKET
Phone 4575 Andover New York
Andover New York
D i amonds
New Brand Watches Bu1 ova Compliments of
Elgin Croton (Shock Proof) BRIDGE'S HOME DECORATION CENTER
FLOYD C. VARS SON Jewelers BETTY'S BEAUTY BAR
Andover New York
79Phone 8933 Phone 2182
FOX ATLANTIC SERVICE Congratu1 at i ons
Repai rs-Ti res-Batteries to the Class of I960
2k Hour Towing Service R. J. S00THERAN
S H Stamps
Congratulat i ons ORDIWAY'S RESTAURANT
DR. K. E. COMFORT 18 Main Street
Dent i st Andover New York
Comp] imerits of The
ANDOVER OFFICE of the
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
Whitesville Alfred Wellsvllle
80INTER-COLLEGIATE PRESS Publishers — Manufacturers Yearbooks — Yearbook Covers Diplomas — Graduation Announcements
Factory — Home Office
Kansas City, Mo.
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