Andover Central High School - Memoirs Yearbook (Andover, NY)

 - Class of 1971

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FOREWORD Education is a very valuable tool. It helps us unfold mysteries and form more meaningful definitions to that which surrounds us. If used in a positive manner it can be useful in all aspects of life. School is an institution where we hopefully gain an education. The extent to which we allow ourselves to be educated often depends on our attitudes. Education helps us find richer values in life. The method in which we learn often affects the values we gain. Hopefully from our high school experiences we will gain insight and have a yearning for wisdom and knowledge. After all high school is only the beginning. Editor AN OUTSTRETCHED HAND Each of us was made by God and some of us grew tall Others stood out in the wind their branches bent and fell. L im f Those of us who walk in light Jk t W j Must help the ones in darkness up, For that’s what life is all about and love is all there is to life. Each of us was made by God beautiful in His mind’s eye. Those of us that turned out sound Should look across our shoulders once And help the weak ones to their feet. It only takes an outstretched hand. We Dedicate This To You. Reach Out For Someone. 2b- Yearbook Staff Advisor: Mr. MacCrea Editor: Robert Ulsh Co-Editor: Lynn Panton Layout: JoanWightman Kathleen Gavin Art: Alejandro Burr Sandra Merrick Finance: Grace Herr Dawn Baker Andrew Gram 4Salutatorian Joan Wightman Valedictorian Lynn PantonHall of Fame Daniel Slade Grace Herr Laurie Collins Andrew Gram Lynn Pan ton Joan Wightman 78Ann Michelle Slade Norma Jean Clark Susan Marie EmeryMary Amalia Burnside Dorthy Wilma Kaple Bonme Rouse Kenip Shirley Darlene GivensRonald Lloyd Godown 13 Laurie Jean Collins Grace Marie HenSteven Robert Phelps Lynn Ellen Panton Diane Elizabeth Carmody Gregory James ShellmanSusan Arlene Stephens Steven Alan Tomm Joan Marie Wightman Alejandro Jaime BurrJames Donald Smith John Warren LangMargie Anita Harvey Patricia Marlene Dibble Marilyn Louise Cornell Kathleen Marie GavinCharles Andrew Gram Randal Don Potter Daniel Richard SladeVictoria Louise Atwell Denise Marie MaplesSandra Kay Pease Rodney Dean Brown Debra Lee NicholsDana John Williams Thomas Lyn Matison Robert John Leonard Kenneth Junior BartowMr. Kessler Principal Mr. Russell Guidance Mrs. Mulconery Secretary Mrs. Kelly Accountant Mrs. Bliss Nurse27 Mr. Mumma H.S. Mathematics28 Mrs. Bowden Jr. High ScienceMrs. Conde Librarian Mrs. Richardson Library Aide Mrs. Boyer Music Mrs. Potter Music Miss Goodrich Home Economics30 Mrs. Copp SpanishMiss Harris Miss Howbridge Reading Speech Mrs. Meyers Music Substitute Mrs. Burgess Physical Education Substitute Mrs. Meyn Mrs. Joyce Teachers Aides 31Cafeteria Staff: left to right-Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Schrader, Mrs. Langworthy, Mrs. Perry Bus Drivers: left to right-Mr. Mulholland, Mr. Kemp, Mr. Kemp, Mr. Weatherby, Mr. Hoagland, Mr. Baker Absent: Mrs. Gavin Janitors: left to right-Mr. Lehman, Mr. Kemp, Mrs. Nevol 32«v.kindergarten: Mrs. Corwin, left to right back row-P. Murray, K. Thorp, W. Glover, M. Ward, S. Rowley, K. Harrigan, J. Bridge, S. Boyle, M. Wightman middle row—C. Hurlburt, L. Merrick, W. Dannheim, C. Fish, K. Behn, E. Slawson front row—N. George, B. Carlin, J. Dean, J. Mulholland, D. Spencer, M. Drake 34kindergarten: Mrs. Brace, left to right—back row-N. Bliss, J. Folsom, T. Slawson, D. Riffle, T. Briggs, M. Mead, S. Perkins, T. Acker,S. Dodge, Y. Hess middle row-D. Glover, K. Spoor, M. Miller, L. Manion, L. Walter, V. Monahan, M. Dannheim front row—D. Horan, M. Bannett,J. Ordiway, E. Goodwin, B. Baker. _____________ I .AH. 35first grade: Mrs. Burdick, left to right, back row-B. Gavin, J. Joyce, C. Densmore, L. Baker, S. Thorp, W. Wallace, K. Scribner, M. Milligan, M. Rogers, W. Austin, M. Gef-fers middle row-T. Angood, C. Ordiway, L. Monahan, M. Polmateer, P. Glover, M. Cornell front row—B. Parrett, J. Granic, S. Allen, T. Horan, G. Grossman, F. Joyce Absent-D. Lehman 36first grade: Mrs. Richmond, left to right, back row-D. Herr, T. Waters, T. Monahan, G. Ryckman, K. Lath-rop, R. Sturdevant, R. Brundage, S. Davis, D.Marsh, J. Stewart, R. Acker middle row—C. Manion, C. Spencer, T. Bennett, B. Leonard, M. Emery, M. Davis, L. Allen front row—T. Ordiway, J. Taylor, C. McNeill, M. De-Remer, G. Hoagland, R. Empson 37second grade: Miss Church, left to right—D Burrows, J. Clark, C. Thorp, M. Rowley,M Wittie, J. Hurlburt, C. Perry middle row— C. Manion, T. Perry, C. Spencer, L. Burns, C. Austin, G. Cole front row—D. Greene, W. Parrett, K. Behn, G. Mulligan, J. Murray, G. Taylor. second grade: left to right, back row—D. Wood, L. Howland, M. McNeill, J. Fuller, P. Glover, D. Winslow, K. Perkins, M. Dougherty, A. Waters middle row—J. Richmond, K. McCormick, J. Lehman, M. Harri-gan, C. Howland, D. Sturdevant, J. Thomas front row-B. Green, G. Thorp, G. Slade, J. Denning, R. Gavin, Mrs. Peckham 3839third grade-Mrs. Harder, left to right, back row-D. Burrows, K. Dunham, A. Russell, R. Glover, J. Murray, T. Davis, J. Green, J. Densmore, P. Bridge, L. Perkin, R. Baker, J. Grossman, P. Joyce, S. Gough-enour middle row—M. Gavin, T. Manion, B. Clemons, D. Ennis, R. Lang, M. Smith, S. Brown, B. Empson front row-T. Slade, K. Dodge, R. Davis, D. Wallace, C. Schwei-gart, D. Freund, W. Denting Absent-James Walker 40third row: Mrs. Marsh, left to right, back row-S. Bundy, D. Snell, W. Fish, J. Day, S. Shaw, R. Geffers, G. Baker, K. Perkins, B. Wilson, D. Tomm, M. McNeill, D. Monahan middle row-D. Cooper, B. Stewart, N. Perry, T. Greene, T. Gavin, K. Clark, C. Cornell, P. Lounsberry, D. Whitesell, A. Kemp front row-M. Loring, K. Ord-iway, M. Spoor, J. Howland, D. Clemons, J. Thomas, K. Perry 41fourth grade: Mrs. Vars left to right, standing-D. Wahl, A. Spencer, J. Smith, J. McCormick, J. Jackson, A. Dougherty, A. Shaw, P. Briggs, P. Dannheim, T. Grossman, D. Grossman, G. Weber, K. Clark, K. Denning seated-S. Horan, D. Wallace, E. Lehman, L. Howland, K. Lathrop, S. Bliss, P. Atwell, R. Cornell 43fifth grade: Mrs. McNeill, left to right, standing—J. Thomas, T. Stephens, S. Goughenour, J. Granic, R. Angood, D. Nevol, P. Dixon, G. Milligan, J. Perkins, J. Gavin, C. Weber, M. Crittenden, B. Barden, C. McCormick, S. Dibble, M. Geer, C. Brown middle row-P. Stewart, S. Richardson, R. Schweigart, S. Denning front row-D. Hardy, D. Dodge, B. Empson, A. Baker fifth grade: Mrs. Francisco, left to right, standing-S. Dougherty, D. Ordiway, P. Bliss, E. Hurlburt, D. Perry, C. Densmore, G. Burch, J. Richmond, T. Perkins, K. Murray, R. Geffers, C. Angood, L. Bridge, D. Wood,C. Smith, K. Baker middle row—E. MacMichael, C. Wallace, B. Grossman, S. Allen, M. Smith front row—J.Manion, J. Hess, K. Joyce, D. Perry, N. Herr 4445sixth grade: Mrs. Boyce, left to right, back row—B. Weber, B. Ennis, B. Walker row 2-T. Preston, B. Polmateer, S. Wilson row 3—C. Louns-berry, C. Halsey, W. Briggs, S. Bundy, T. Mead, C. Geffers row 4—W. Cahill, J. Wood, J. Geffers, M. Jackson front row—J. Grossman, M. Clark, N. McLean, E. Joyce 46sixth grade: Mr. Fuller, left to right, back row-T. Panton, D. Monahan, L. Grossman row 2—J. Nye, L. Spencer, A. Winslow row 3—C. Green, C. Schrader, B. Scott, J. Maples row 4-C. Davis, T. Joyce, E. Billings, M. Car-son front row-S. Stewart, 0. Perkins, D. Burns 47Seventh grade: left to right-back row— T. Smith, D. Gavin, R. Reith, P. Freeland, D. Allen, P. Grossman, J. Dens-more, B. Haugh middle row—J. Green, K. Shaw, R. Nichols, E. Wilson, D. Russell, E. Dougherty, J. Jackson, S. Monroe front row—J. Davis, B. Spencer, N. Olds, G. Barden, M. Grossman, M. McCormick, D. Preston, J. Mac-Machael absent-K. MacCrea. 48Seventh grade: left to right: back row— K. Freund, R. Geffers, D. Bliss, N. Stephens, C. Swartz, M. Davis, L. Clark, C. Goughenour, M. Weber middle row-C. Vars, C. Wahl, B. Halsey, K. Shaw, L. Hahn, R. Rouse, R. Gruber, J. Pitts front row—T. Denning, T. McCormick, R. Godown, M. Richardson, G. Thomas, J. Atwell, R. Wallace, S. Scott, R. Hyland. 49Eighth grade: left to right: back row-M. Nevol, J. Dibble, G. Rossman, K. Westbrook, A. Lewis, T. Hyland, L. Mulconery middle row—V. Bird, C. Hess, C. Givens, D. Gruber, D. Baker, J. Perry front row-M. Bliss, J. Simons, C. Dodge, C. Mattison, J. Thomas, L. Tidd absent—Rory MacCrea. soEighth grade: left to right: back row—M. Goughenour, R. Allen, M. Baker, C. Gavin, C. Tomm, S. Walker, K. Freeland middle row—C. Dougherty, L. Brown, S. McCormick, R. Cahill, K. Ormsby, S. Panton, C. Ryan front row—J. Briggs, B. Burch, L. Burns, B. Cornell, T. Price.Freshman grade: bottom to top: back row—L. McLean, C. Roeske,C. Barden, L. Smith, D. Gorsuch, T. Pol-mateer, R. Billings, E. Bronson, L. Tomm, S. Herr, J. Bliss, D. Lang middle row—K. Shaw, S. Dunham, D. Davis, R. Atwell, N. Kelly, B. Wolter, A. Davis sitting-G. Burger, M. Dibble, M. Ruth, D. Haugh 52Freshman grade: bottom to top: back row-D. Ordiway, C. Clarke, D. Hurl-burt, C. Weber, J. Howland, D. Mati-son, G. Givens, B. Goughenour, B. Jackson middle row-B. Lynch, C. Grossman, D. Burns, B. Perry, K. Geer, H. McCormick, S. Middaugh sitting—J. Nevol, C. Densmore 53Sophomores: left to right: back row—G. Givens, C. Harvey, E. Billings, T. MacMichael, D. Buch-hoiz, D. Ordiway, C. Densmore, R. Slade middle row-P. Billings, C. Joyce, R. Pitts, P. Mulconery, J. Baker, M. Dibble, S. Church front row-C. Joyce, K. Spencer, M. Panton, E. Atwell, S. Boyer, L. Gram. 54Sophomores: left to right back row— D. Burrows, G. Weber, A. Green, D. Dodge, E. Wilson, B. Cannon, J. Perkins, F. Baker middle row—R. Tidd, R. Scott, N. Potter, M. Gavin, J. Rouse, B. Leonard, M. Bird, G. Briggs front row-R. Pease, C. Weatherby, C. Baker, R. Godown, A. Hess, C. Merrick, B. Jackson 55Juniors: left to right, back row-B. Kemp, M. Dodge, K. Davis, M. Shell-man, D. Herr, B. Geer, C. McCormick, J. Congelli, P. Middaugh middle row— J. Brown, V. Mattison, B. Buchholz, A. Folsom, C. Wolters, K. Richardson, R. Lehman front row—J. Pascual, D. Sisson, T. Wallace, J. Davis, J. Hyland, B. Simons. 56Juniors: left to right: back row—P. Crittenden, P. Mattison, C. Nevol, D. Burrows, M. Jackson, S. Lewis, D. Orm Ormsby, B. Preston, J. Atwell middle row-K. Weatherby, K. Burch, F. Fuller, R. Tuttle, S. Briggs, S. Lewis front row—D. Westbrook, J. Lewis, L. Hess, D. Dodge, J. MacMichael, J. Sch-weigart, J. Grossman. 57Out of the sad mistaken belief that as a man I must behave as all men do. I’ve turned my back a time too often. God, help me keep a resolution that I make today: not to walk head high even one more time past someone 1 can help. by Rod McKuen 5860 Concert Band61 Junior BandDance Band Pep Band 62Flag Twirlers Color GuardIntermediate Choir Elementary ChoirA TIME FOR EVERYTHING To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted; A time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; A time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance; A time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing; A time to get, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away; A time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silence, and a time to speak; A time to love, and a time to hate; a time of war, and a time of peace. Ecclesiastes Chapter 3 Verses 1-8National Honor Society The Andover chapter of the National Honor Society is an honorary chapter comprised of sophomores, juniors, and seniors. To be chosen a member of the National Honor Society one must “obtain and maintain” an 85 yearly average. Just as a person has more than one side to him, so too must a member of the National Honor Society be required to have outstanding qualities other than scholarship. A National Honor Society member must be outstanding in character, leadership, and citizenship. It always has been and always will be an honor to be chosen as a member of the National Honor Society.Library Council Camera Club 69Hi Herald 70Future Homemakers Of America 7172G.A.A. 73Student Council President—Alejandro Jaime Luis Burr Fernandois Casane; Vice President— Daniel Richard Slade; Secretary—Debra Lee Nichols;Treasurer—Joan Marie Wightman. The Student Council under the leadership of the above executive council has contributed a great deal to Andover. Each year it sponsors dances for the student body, donates money for the purchase of Christmas presents for the needy, help decorate the school at Christmas, and pays the mailing expenses for the Red Cross. This year they helped host the annual Student Council Conference at Alfred University. As a host school, they discussed the issue of the Student Council’s responsibility to the community. 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Birthdays, graduations, and weddings! Mr. Kessler has known many, what with two boys, one girl, and many grandchildren. He is not just a “principal”, he’s also a “family man” and his fondest pastime is being part of their family circle. Busy during school hours, busy out of school, Mr. Kessler still finds time to relax and enjoy life. 84Mr. Kessler has given us more than we can begin to repay him. He has not only bettered the school but also the lives of many. Mr. Kessler, all we can say is “Thank 85 You” and our thoughts will be with you in what we hope will be a very happy future.• •Best Wishes to the Class of 71 From the People Who Dare to Care Future Homemakers of America Andover New York Compliments of Fred D. Rice Music House Arthur D. Runz Your Music Supply House Since 1890 Wellsville New York Compliments of SHORT’S SERVICE STATION Andover New YorkPine Crest Self Service Alfred-Andover Road Route 21 478-8144 Flip’em Flopp’em You’ll Never Top’em “Congratulations” Congratulation to The Seniors From THE ANDOVER RESTAURANT Best Wishes To the Class of 71 IDA and ERNIE and MIKE ANDOVER GARAGE INC. General Auto Repair Keystone Gas Congratulations to Class of 71 Phone 478-4685 Main Street R. J. SOOTHERAN Andover New York Phone-478-4111 Andover New York 89Compliments of KOEHLER’S FRIENDLY TAVERN Marie Koechler Main St. 478-4362 Andover New York WOODRUFF T.V. Sales and Service For Motorola and Zenith Black and White, Color T.V. Stereo Andover New York Compliments of CANNON’S Mens Boys Clothing Furnishings Wellsville New York HAMMER’S JEWELERS Wellsville Cuba New York 90Compliments of Alden Drugs Compliments of D. L. FEEDS INC. Phone—478-5331 Andover New York Compliments of DONALD G. THORP PFUNTER Dodge Chrysler Sales Service Dart Plymouth Wellsville Demon Duster Compliments of J. J. NEWBERRYS Wellsville New York 91D J BODY SHOP 24 Hour Towing Service Convertible Tops Collision Work Refinishing Call 593-3854 Bolivar Rd. Wellville New York Compliments of FISHER’S PHARMACY Wellsville New York Compliments of COATS DRUG CO. Russell Stover Candies Wellsville, N.Y. Compliments of H. H. WILLIAMS CO. Groceries—Dry Goods Notions Andover New York Congratulations to the Class of 1971 WELLSVILLE TRAVEL SERVICE GIFT SHOP Wellsville New York Compliments of BAKER’S HARDWARE Andover New York 478-4425 92BURROUS Largest showing of fine furniture in the Southern Tier 25 N. Main St. Wellsville, N.Y. Compliments of THE COFFEE POT Wellsville New York Diamonds Watches CHARLE’S JEWELERS 110 North Main Street Wellsville, N.Y. Watch and Jewelry Repairing Good Luck to the Class of 1971 Mr. Mrs. Neil K. Potter Andover New YorkCompliments of MARKET BASKET item MUST PLEASE IN EVERY RESPECT OR YOUR MONEY WILL BE CHEERFULLY REFUNDED The Andover Market Basket Andover New York 94Compliments of Progressive Community Banking Since 1895 95Congratulations from VARS PHARMACY Wendell R. Vars Andover New York Congratulations to the Graduating Seniors from HENRY STEPHENS INSURANCE AGENCY 478-5565 v, 1 Compliments of Joyce Pipe Line Co. and Joyce Western Corp. Andover New YorkCongratulations to the Class of 71 from Harris Supply Co. Inc. Wellsville New York Compliments of Custom Homes Additions RICHARD BAKER BUILDING CONTRACTOR Andover, N.Y. 478-8264 Remodeling Garages LESTER CHEVROLET COMPANY 81 South Main St. Wellsville, New York Telephone 415-416 Chevrolet Corvair Kent Farms Inc. Elk Brand Certified Seed Potatoes, Oats and Christmas Trees Andover New York 98LIOT LUDDEN REALTY Wellsville 593-5391 We Cover Allegany County Like the Dew Compliments of Compliments of M W TIRE CO., INC. Complete Automobile PINE TREE MOTEL Service Official New York Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker Inspection Station Andover, New York Elm Valley 478-8137 478-8264 BOSTICK’S OF ALFRED College Casual Clothes for His Hers Store Hours 9-5 Sun. Thru Fri. Alfred, New York 99Compliments of Chamber of Commerce of Andover Compliments of THE VOGUE Beauty Salon Andover New York For the Lift that Lasts Drink ELMHURST DAIRY MILK Dial—593-2551 New York WellsvilleCompliments of WELLSVILLE AUTO DEALERS ASSOCIATION Wellsville New York Compliments of ROCKWELL BROTHERS Allegany’s Oldest and Largest Department Store Wellsville New York 101Compliments of Paul A. Gignac Commercial and Industrial Photography Phone 587-2880 Alfred New YorkCompliments of GLIDDEN GALLERIES Alfred Phone: New York (607) 587-5700 (Oellsville pally Reporter Allegany County’s Daily Newspaper Congratulates The Class of 1971 Andover Central School Compliments of Dick Jean Ford Hillbilly Acres West town, N.Y. 10998 (914) 726-3656 Alaskan Malamutes St. Bernards, AKC Compliments of E. W. CRANDALL SON AND COLLEGE BOOK STORE Main St. Alfred, N.Y. 103Congratulations to The Class of 1971 NIAGARA ELECTRON LABORATORIES James A. Gram Compliments of WELLSVILLE HOUSE OF GLASS Bolivar Rd. Wellsville New York Compliments of HOPKINS LUMBER CO. 120 S. Main St. 593-3240 Wellsville New York Compliments of SHORT’S VILLAGE ALFRED STATION 104Compliments of CANACADEA COUNTRY STORE Alfred Station New York PAUL F. CULBERT SONS Allis-Chalmers New Idea New Holland Sales—Service—Parts Phone 716-593-2580 Wellsville New York Rt. 19 South Compliments of LUNN LUMBER Everything for Building— Wood Made Kitchens Wellsville New York IFH Compliments of DAVIE’S Allegany County’s Most Complete Clothing Store Wellsville New York The Members of the Hi-Herald Staff Take This Opportunity to thank THE NEWS PRINTING HOUSE for the Cooperation in the Past Publication of Our School Paper THE HI-HERALD 105Congratulations to the Graduating Seniors from ANDOVER P.T.A. Compliments of DR. J. R. COMMON Phone 478-5662 Main St. Andover New York Compliments of the 1970-71 STUDENT COUNCIL Andover Central Compliments of KERTON’S FLORISTS Flowers for All Occasions Wellsville New York 106Congratulations Seniors GLENN E. BRONSON INSURANCE BROKER Andover N.Y. Compliments of JAMES MULHOLLAND Church St. Andover New York Congratulations to the Class of 71 from horns of ths SKJMEISTER 'Jk leLrty 3c Emmie Oixrrreixi TKLEPHONC: 607 587-3442 Best Wishes to the Class of 71 BAKER BROTHERS CONTRACTORS 478-8160 478-3703 Andover New York 107 1 Bs? -V. m


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