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245a true friend is you, friend, you’re cheerful and kind.
many like you, the world will not find.
6700board of education
seated: mary kay slade, president; 1 r: mr. connor Stephens, member; mrs. Virginia milligan, clerk; mr. richard godown, vice president: mr. paul mccormick, member.memories
as we leave, it’s only to let you know, because of you, we have a place to go.
something for all, we will all receive our call.
our memories of school, are many and treasured.
those thirteen years, will long be rememberd.
in this our life, we are learning to grow we just wanted you to know, that we love all of you so.
now we are going out the door to a new beginning.
for us to explore, a place to experience happiness and much more . . .
tomr. elmo harden building principal
mr. curville jordan superintendent of schools13
darla ordiway counselor’s secretarymr. lucco driver education
mrs. graham speech therapist
miss sullivan typing business
miss johnston kindergarten
mrs. horan second grade16
mrs. peterson fourth grademr. young sixth grade
mr. pilling sixth grade
mr. faber jr.-sr. high math
ft?mrs. potter instrumental music
mrs. boyer vocal music
miss troxell physical educationmr. mac crea high school art humanities
mr. trenchard instrumental music
mr. lang ele. art teacher
mrs. cary librarian
miss goodrich home economics
mr. ringer industrial artsmr. nicol english
mrs. copp spanish english journalism
mrs. baker math
mr. caya sr. high science
mrs. knapp history
ms. perdue-fisset psychologist21
mr. Vickers custodian
mr. ordiway maintenancemr. sackett
note: underclassmen’s names are in the back in the index.
miss jeffrey smith
mey re learning to grow, they’re learning to live, they want you to know! knowledge knocks the tumbling blocks, and ticking clocks that tell the passing of time.
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55the girl’s athletic association had their annual cheese sale in October, they made $200.
also they had a roller skating party in april. right in the gym!
the varsity club helped to purchase new equipment for the soccer, basketball, swim, baseball, and track teams, the boy’s soccer team bought new uniforms with the money they raised so diligently last year.
the boy’s soccer team had a record of 4 wins and 10 losses with 1 tie. we had a very inexperienced team which should improve next year. t. jay strouse (20) made the county “all-stars” with guy milligan and pat atwell making honorable mention, there were 5 seniors this year—pat atwell, jeff smith, dan burns, t. jay strouse, and jeff man-ion.
a long way in a short time, without a doubt, TEAM EFFORT was the key to success the season-the best ever.
undefeated belmont in double overtime, an absolutely spec-
school record for 28 goals during a 16 game season, also there were howland and tracy grossman. dedication and inspiration ... marcy mead, lisa howland, sue bliss, tra-tracy richardson. good luck girls!!
61girls' j.v. soccer
last years record was 7-7. with increasing participation, andover is looking forward to many successful seasons.
the girls had a good group and a productive season, good job girls!
the coaches were john davis and mr. feller.
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The girls’ volleyball team posted a winning season this year with a 7-5 record. Probably the biggest game came when we knocked Wellsville out of first place in our last game.
We went to sectionals where we were eliminated by Naples and Alfred-Almond, after defeating Jasper.
There were four seniors who will be sorely missed next year. They are: Lisa Howland, Marcy Mead, Cathy Hall, and Debbie Wallace. Lisa was selected to the County All-Star team.
All in all it was a very successful season as well being a lot of fun. We look forward to next year with high hopes.
The Girls’ Junior Varsity Volleyball team did well this year. They played a few scrimmages and were a real help in contributing to the success of the varsity team. They are a great bunch of girls and provide for the future of the varsity team. These girls have a lot of potential.
the girl’s softball team had a successful 1978 season, our record was 5 wins and 3 losses, victories came against scio, jasper, whitesville, richburg, and bolivar, there was much enthusiasm and growing skill in our team, and with five returning seniors we anticipate a fine season ahead.
the boy’s basketball team had a good season as they played some excellent ballgames. we also had a very young team with 2 sophomores, 5 juniors, and 4 seniors, the team loses seniors doug weitzel, bob fish, jim dugan and pat atwell. we have a fine nucleus of players returning next season.
pat atwell added a bit of excitement to all when he broke the a.c.s. scoring record of 41 pts. by netting 45 for the panthers in a game against belmont. in the same game he also scored his 1000th point in varsity play, another school record, coach nicol
the 1978-1979 boys’junior varsity basketball season was a great success. our record was 11 wins and 6 losses, we had four freshmen who started and a total of 9 who played, todd monahan lead the team in scoring with 20.2 points per game, bill Wallace lead the team in steals and was second in assists and points scored (13.5 per game), chris mcneil lead the team in assists with an average of 5.6 per game, paul joyce helped out a great deal on the rebounding bourds and was the team’s fourth leading scorer, don lehman, kevin ordiway, and don demons also contributed greatly to the team’s success, andover will look ahead for a bright future with these young stars, coach gill
1978-79 was a year of achievement for the andover cheerleaders, it was highlighted by reaching our goal NEW UNIFORMS!! through bake sales, car washes, m m sales, a spaghetti dinner, the kindness of the lion’s club, and the support of the community, and school, we earned $1000 and purchased 11 new uniforms.
in december, we went to rochester for a cheerleading clinic sponsored by the national cheerleading assoc, we learned new chants, cheers, and pyramids.
we also participated in the section V class d competition for cheerleading, as well as the pom-pom routine competition at alfred university.
72the cheerleaders have been working hard to bring about more school spirit to a.c.s. and, with the help of the pep band, and basketball fans they certainly have done a lot for a.c.s!
there are four senior cheerleaders leaving us this year, we would like to thank them for all their support and dedication throughout their years of high school, we are going to miss you: debbie howland. sue bliss, laura dugan, and marcy mead, keep up the spirit girls!
we would also like to thank our advisor, mrs. persons, she has been a tremendous help in helping us reach our goals and keep up our spirit.
73girls varsity basketball
our team had a good season this year, we had seven players returning for the 1979 season, with much enthusiasm, everyone worked hard to perfect the essentials needed to make a good team, better! the key to our success was the fast break, andover used it alot and liked to run. we had a new coach this year—mr. dave hanks—, thanks to him for getting us in good shape and ready to have a winning season again next year! seniors are: marcy mead, laura dugan, teri bruce, and lisa howland. thanks for your support.lumor varsity
the 1978-1979 girls’junior varsity basketball team was composed of a group eager to learn the fundamentals of the game, the girls’ demonstrated their abilities through respectable performances against opposing teams, if enthusiasm and dedication are any indication of success, these girls will have some very successful basketball campaigns in future years.
coach (j.v. and varsity) dave hanksswimming
The Swimming team consists of 9 members, 2 managers, 1 score keeper, and a timer. Captains were Tracy Grossman, Rob Davis, and Monte Milligan. Managers included Shelly and Denny Mead, score keeper was Melanie Miller and the timer was Lisa Manion. Rob Davis led the team in points with a 47.75 for the season. Monte was close behind with 44.5 pts. Other scores were: Mary Jo Palmeteer— 28, Bruce Gilbert—22.75, Mike DeRemeer—17.50, Bill Sease-17.25 Jim Shaver—9.5, and Ann Kemp—2.25.
We would like to thank Coach Coon for all his help. Coach? “Swimming is an individual sport and it takes individuals with guts to stick with it and improve their times. 1 am proud of these kids and 1 wish there were a lot more like them” thank you ...
Last year our record was 4 wins and 6 losses. This was not bad considering our opposition. Many of our defeats were by only one game. We lost three seniors last year too. Eric Mac Michael, George Milligan, Brian Ennis, as you can see we will have a young team this year. There are several freshmen and sophomores as well as a few returning seniors and juniors.
This looks to be a year to rebuild for next year. So you had better beware... We just might surprise you!
the 1978 andover baseball season started off in an unusual way. we had only one returning senior, seven underclassmen, and only two players returning at their original positions, our infield consisted of three sophomores and a freshman, three starters had never even played varsity baseball before.
the outcome; a 9-4 record and a 7-0 league record, we also claimed the county championship.
pat atwell was noted the league’s “most valuable player” with two no-hitters as a pitcher and a .684 batting average, rex vos-burg also did a fine job in his first year as a catcher, rex was also voted to the county all-star team, guy baker received the “most improved player” award.
the team would like to thank coach coon and bobby Cornell for helping us out all season, we would also like to thank mr. gill for doing a fine job coaching and helping us win the championship in his first year of coaching.
our league record
no.l andover 3 belfast 2
no.2 andover 14 rushford 1
no.3 andover scio 2
no.4 andover 8 angelica 3
no.5 andover 5 belmont 3
no.6 andover 1 friendship 0 . . . championship!!
no.7. andover 3 whitesville 0
won 7 lost 0
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The yearbook staff has worked hard to present to you, the students of ACS and the people of Andover, a book which will be something to look back at of Andover and its people in years to come and see the way it was in 1979.
We stayed up many nights until 2:00 am and later, pasting on, ripping off, arguing, and finally matting pictures on mutual agreement.
We all would like to thank our advisor Mr. MacCrae, the faculty, and the staff for making it possible to present this book to you. It was a unique experience.
We hope you all enjoy the year 1979 and will look back with smiles.
Lisa Howland, Editor
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25 miss johnston—1. s. white 2) d. lyng, 3) k. monahan, 4) c. dark, 5) f. knight, 6) r. wilson, 7) h. mcgillivry, 8) m. fanton, 9) j. ordiway, 10) s. godown, 11) s. dark, 12) j. neeley, 13) h. manion, 14) e. harvey, 15) c. storr, 16) d. salyers, 17) s. goodridge absent: b. gulliver, r. carter
24 mrs. persons-front row—d. hobson, k. frost, s. neuroth, d. johnson, a. dean, row 2—1. lehman, a. burdick, k. hoyer, t. smith, r. george, t. denning, back row—f. Sutherland, c. mckay, c. alien, d. latten, j. monahan, b. thorp, c. dark, absent: t. cole
26 first—on top—r. wolf, 1. dodge, j. dugan, a. ireland, 1. dark, in cab—G. strouse, j. Steadman, j. fox, j. fanton, a. waters, j. marvin, d. robbins, m. hollenbeck, on running board—r. lyng, m. mcneill, j. kelley, m. frost, on ground—c. seamans, t. riffle, g. martin
27 first—in cab—s. phillips, j. hyde, on ground—t. deyo, j. godown, t. wilson, s. smith, v. hurlburt, j. staufle, on step—d. vinson, d. johnson, s. roeske, c. cook, m. slawson, k. monahan, c. bailey, on top—j. lehman, d. boyle, k. marvin, b. barry, d. burns, absent: b. alien, w. dark
28 second-seated-k. ordiway, s. neeley, b. greene, j. burdick, s. shaver, 1. ordiway, k. brainard, standing—k. herr, r. waters, s.t. fanton, j. dougherty, s. lewis, r. dark, p. bryan, absent: b.b. drake, r. carter
29 second—front—j. sibble, g. lehman, m. dodge, c. throp, j. empson, row 2—t. cooper, d. barney, k. snell, a. whitehouse, t. warner, b. van stine, row 3-m. farnum, j. sherwood, m. joyce, t. phillips, 1. kelley, absent: s. joyce
30 third—back—t. hess, k. Cornell, p. bruce, c. marvin, 1. demming, a. wins-low, p. mccormick, m. harrington, j. waufle, c. perry, front row—s. dain, d. harris, 1. manion, s. hoagland, r. padden, e. alien, r. ordiway, 1. gavin, b. perry, p. jackson, absent: 1. horan, j. bartow
third—back-b. brundage, k. wittie, d. dodge, j. danneheim, s. manion, m. davis, h. cook, t. sibble, t. lewis, a. briggs, s. drake, j. middaugh, r. waiters, bottom-j. lehman, p. boyle, b. golish, d. price t. scott, c. mulholland, land, k. kear, m. mcgillivrary, s. dugan, d. baker, r. stevens, s. snell, m. bowers
32 fourth—front—d. drake, d. garner, t. brown, m. george, row 2—b. buck-waiter, d. burns, j. brown, m. emery, 1. perry, row 3—t. warner, k. neeley,
р. howland, t. lehman, d. mead, s. storms, d. dugan, c. cooper, back—d. dodge, s. dark, m. middaugh, t. sherwood, b. clarke, c. worden, w. ben-nett, absent-m. hardy, m. mccormick, m. burton, d. meyers
33 fourth—front—s. hyde, d. ordiway, d. dugan, row 2—k. kear, m. grahm, s. wilson, 1. dark, c. demming, m. seamans, s. dean, row 3—
с. bailey, a. white, d. meyers, k. hoyer, m. dark, r. martin, k. carson, row 4-k. demun, c. warden, s. swartz, j. gavin, t. thorp, v. slade, j. outman
35 fifth—front—1. slawson, 1. herr, m. perry, e. white, row 2—1. stevens,
m. ray, p. brundage, j. burton, j. manion, c. storms, back-1, brown, j. dannheim, a. stocking, a. neidermaier, r. buckwalter, absent-m. alvord
34 fifth—front-m. snell, j. joyce, p. ordiway, d. frost, r. smith, row 2—
w. merrick, d. miller, p. Cornelius, g. smith, b. goodridge, row 3-d. hoyer, m. middaugh, s. hyde, t. jones, c. hoagland, absent-s. mckin-ley
36 sixth—front—1. alien, s. neuroth, e. anderegg, k. tyler, t. drake, a. sea-
mans, row 2-g. ordiway, d. glover, b. manion, j. burton, s. padden, t. mccormick, d. dodge, row 3-k. gavin, d. thorp, s. carson, m. bailey, p. Cornell, d. burrows
37 sixth—front-k. ryan, d. horan, j. dain, a. spangler, k. clarke, a. ray, d. frost, c. golish, row 2-m. patrick, d. burns, b. thorp, b. bruce, i. whitehouse, s. clarke, s. shaver, row 3—j. granger, c. Sutherland, d. worden, p. mcneill, t. george, k. snell, 1. outman, absent-a. miller, e. slawson
38-39 seventh—front—t. fanton, d. polmateer, j. lehman, k. mosher, b.
bryan, c. alvord, b. cooper, d. marsh, g. granger, d. howland, t. middaugh, s. baxter, r. burton, w. hurlburt, row 2-c. brownell, j. bridge, m. drake, b. meyers, d. spencer, n. brown, m. Cornell, j. dean, c. mer-riam, d. flint, t. smith, s. green, n. storms, d. Cornelius, j. smith, t. fanton, b. bowers, k. perkins, row 3-c. hall, t. ward, s. lehman, g. perry, d. horan, d. brownell, s. dodge, j. smith, g. bailey, 1. baker, s. atwell, a. carlin, h. davis, m. joyce, s. perkins, k. loercher, t. ordiway, absent-1. cole, b. neidermaier, m. emery, t. monahan, r. baileyindex
40-41 eighth-front-m. palmateer, y. hess, m. miller, d. hall, n. bliss, k. thorp, g. grossman, j. starks, t. slawson, row 2—b. gavin, m. white-house, b. glover, t. briggs, n. george, m. bennett, j. mulholland, b. car-lin, 1. carter, in. ward, j. joyce, j. ordiway, g. slade, b. baker, row 3-s. rowley, v. monahan, k. behn, 1. manion, t. michael, t. padden, m. mccormick, s. boyle, in. mead, d. riffle, m. dannheim, c. fish, v. ordiway, c. hurlburt
42-43 freshmen-front-c. mcneill, g. smith, d. kerkeslager, s. alien, 1. monahan, j. shaver, row 2—s. Cornell, b. gilburt, p. glover, t. bennett, w. ordiway, t. tyler, m. davis, r. empson, m. deremer, t. horan, j. hardy, d. lehman, j. ryan, d. green, row 3—1. strouse, v. flint, m. stein, c. alien, n. michaels, s. davis, t. jones, c. Cornelius, s. thorp, c. spencer, c. george, b. leonard, k. ray, m. emery, c. buckwalter, k. scribner, row 4—t. ordiway, m. milligan, t. lehman
44-45 sophomores—on ground—m. wittie, m. mcneill, front—g. hardy, d. winslow, m. rowley, b. starks, d. freund, d. snell, g. thorp, d. smith, Row 2-b. sease, r. gavin, k. perkins. g. cole, k. behn, j. kerkeslager, g. milligan, j. grossman. j. hurlburt, k. ordiway, p. joyce, row 3-j. fuller, t. perry, k. ray, s. meyers, c. manion, c. perry, k. neidermaier, p. glover, j. lehman, 1. burns, row 4-c. lehman, j. dark, d. whitesell, d. burrows, c. thorp, c. howland, 1. howland, d. sturdevant, v. carson, b. kurtz, c. spencer, k. sweet, absent—t. washburn, t. connor, d. demons, m. faber
46-47 juniors-front-b. lang, s. brown, p. lounseberry, t. gavin, t. greene, b. mosher, c. Cornell, k. perry, k. dodge, t. slade, c. schweigart, j. walker, j. green, row 2—t. manion, r. baker, m. gavin, k. dark, b. empson, d. tomm, s. york, k. dunham, a. kemp, s. lehman, m. mcneill, m. smith, j. hall, k. perkins, d. gilbert, d. burrows, d. cooper, s. haskins, row 3— s. haskins, r. bridge, j. mccormick, r. davis, 1. perkins, b. fish, b. dem-ing, a spenser, r. geffers, g. baker, r. glover, r. glover, b. smith, j. car-son, t. davis, b. wilsonm
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