Andover Central High School - Memoirs Yearbook (Andover, NY)
- Class of 1980
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Text from Pages 1 - 120 of the 1980 volume:
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4Mrs. Harder has been an extremely devoted teacher for many years here at ACS. She helped to give us guidance when we were young, but has also assisted us in our ventures throughout high school. Mrs. Harder supports our activities and buys our "useful" trinkets. The Jr.-Sr. Play members have had the priveledge of Mrs. Harder's knowledge and experience in preparing to "break a leg".
Mrs. Harder always seems to have a pleasant smile and a friendly "hello" for us as we pass her in the halls. We all love and respect her very much. We're all sure to miss her when we graduate.
5Board of Education
Mrs. Slade Vice-President
Mr. McCormick Member
Mrs. Milligan Clerk
Mr. Lehman MemberAdministration
To the Graduating Class of 1980 Now that you have completed your first thirteen years of formal education, begin to learn. As Henry Ford said, "Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at 20 or 80. Anyone who keeps learning stays young."
The most difficult part of having a job like this is that I know that every year I will lose good friends after graduation. Best of Luck Always
Mr. Barden Building PrincipalMrs. Burger
Jr. High English
Mr. Cay a
Sr. High Science
Jr. High Science
Vocal Music Typing
Jr. High Social Studies Mechanical Drawing Shop
Sr. High Social Studies
fr. High Social Studies Driver Education
SNT Health Business Law
Sr. High English
Instrumental Music Music Theory
Aides: Mrs. Meyn, Mrs. Joyce
15Cafeteria StaffMichele J. McNeill
Stephanie L. Lehman
James D. Walker
Kelly D. Dunham
19Guy L. Baker
22Shelly A. Brown
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Dorene M. Burrows
Kathy S. Clark
Denise L. CooperChristine M. Deming
Kevin E. Dodge
William L. Deming
Roy L. Glover
25Beth A. Empson
William P. Fish
Marlene L. Gavin
26Teresa A. Gavin
Ronald L. Glover
Debora R. Gilbert
Tracy L. Greene
27Julie L. Hall
Joseph P. Howland
Scott V. Haskins
Ann M. Kemp
28Rebecca A. Lang
Tracey A. ManionJames A. McCormick
30Remember When .
Robyn Baker wore cat eye glasses?
We had to wear dresses everyday to school?
All the boys were in choir?
We all TRIED to have perfect attendance?
Michele took Sue and Shelly to Judge Baker's court for kissing boys?
We played Chinese jumprope everyday, all day long?
Denise was afraid Marty wanted to marry her?
Milk and cookies parties were fun?
Everyone was on the Honor Roll?
Little League games were exciting?
The only way to get hold of a boy was by the hair?
We all bought the Bay City Rollers first Album?
Boys and girls “innocently" shared tents at Tent City?
He had the whole world in his hand while everyone was sitting in a tree K-I-S-S-I-N-G?
Everyone went skating on Friday nights?
Janet Barber was the Great Pumpkin?
Mr. Bale taught us sex education and oh how he blushed?
Kelly's favorite outfit was her leopard skin jumper and her black go-go boots? The girls had long hair and the boys had short?
It was an honor to be Playground queen?
Everyone wanted a banana bike?
Anne Kemp slapped Michele in gym class because of all her followers?
Clark Schweigart used to get homesick at birthday parties?
Tom's 1979 play party was crashed?
Dorene was bribed to throw confetti in Chemistry Class and Rob was to blame?
The Yearbook Staff was WANTED by the law?
Editor—Stephanie Lehman Copy Editor—Brenda Smith Sports Editor—Michele McNeill Art Editor—Berneata Wilson Photography—Tim Slade Finance Secretary—Shelly Brown Lay-Out—Sue York Guy Baker Advertising—Rob Davis Tom Davis Subscriptions and Sales—Beth Empson
True, we all had our specific jobs to do, but to get every thing done we all had to help each other. At times Brenda was chief typist, Steph did the ads, while Berneata played errand boy. Much hard work, frustration, and worry (along with a few arguments) went into this book. We have tried our hardest to present ACS 1980 in this yearbook. We hope you enjoy our creation — “Memoirs" 1980.
The "Memoirs" Staff
"Sometimes we sat and thought, other times we just sat," as was once said - "to know is nothing at all; to imagine is everything."
35Always Have a Dream
Forget about the days
when it's been cloudy, but don't forget
your hours in the sun . . . Forget about the times
you've been defeated, but don't forget
the victories you've won. Forget about the mistakes
that you can't change now, but don't forget the lessons
that you've learned . . . Forget about misfortunes
you've encountered, but don't forget the times
your luck has turned.
Forget about the days
when you've been lonely, but don't forget
the friendly smiles you've seen . . .
Forget about the plans
that didn't seem to work out right, but don't forget to
ALWAYS HAVE A DREAM.
A Thought for Today
This is the beginning of a new day.
God has given me this day to use as I will.
I can waste it or use it for good.
What I do today is important because I am exchanging a day of my life for
When tomorrow comes, this day will be done forever, leaving in its place something I have traded for it.
I want it to be gain, not loss;
good, not evil;
success, not failure;
in order that I shall not regret the
price I paid for it.
36Front Row: S. Meyers, K. Ray, C. Lehman, T. Perry, D. Whitesell.
Second Row: D. Smith, K. Ordiway, G. Milligan, T. Washburn, J. Lehman, C. Manion Third Row: C. Perkins, G. Thorp, D. Winslow, B. Sease, M. McNeill, C. Niedermaier, M. Rowley, C. Perry C.Thorp.
Sturdevant, D. Snell,
f Pi'y kFront Row: J. Clark, C. Green, K. Sweet
Second Row: G. Cole, J. Kerkeslager, G. Hardy, L. Burns, D. Burrows, C. Howland,
Third Row: K. Behn, J. Hurlburt, T. Conner, R Gavin, P. Joyce, D. Freund, P. Glover, J. Fuller, V. Carson, L. Howland.
Class of '81
39First Row: K. Scribner, M. Davis, W. Ordiway, C. George, G. Smith, M. DeRemer.
Second Row: M. Emery, C. Allen, M. Stein, N. Michael, P. Glover, R. Empson, T. Ordiway.
Third Row: S. Allen, D. Greene, B. Wallace, M. Dougherty, T. Lehman, M. Milligan, B. Gilbert, J. Shaver.
GradeFirst Row: C. McKinley, T. Jones, K. Ray, B. Leonard, C. Spencer, S. Thorpe. Second Row: T. Bennett, S. Davis, V. Flint, C. Buckwalter, J. Hardy, C. McNeill. Third Row: B. Gilbert, D. Kerkeslager, D. Herr, T. Horan, G. Hoagland Fourth Row: T. Smith, T. Neidermaier, D. Lehman, T. Monahan, D. Marsh.On Ground: D. Marble, G. Slade, L. Carter, Y. Hess. Second Row: T. Michael, L. Manion, V. Ordiway, C. Fish, L. Jordan. Third Row: B. Carlin, N. Bliss, S. Boyle. Top: B. Baker, J. Ordiway, T. Slawson.
42On Ground: M. J. Polmateer, D. Riffle, V. Monahan. Second Row: M. Mead, C. Hurlburt, K. Thorp, M. Miller, T. Padden, K. Behn, D. Hall. Third Row: M. Bennett, T. Briggs, S. Rowley, N. George, J. Mulholland, M. Whitehouse. Top: B. Gavin, K. Ordiway, B. Glover, J. Joyce.
On Ground; D. Stocking, T. Middaugh, D. Spencer, G. Granger, L. Baker, W. Hurlbert, R. Bowers, T. Fanton. On Slide: A. Carlin, H. Davis, T. Monahan, S. Atwell, K. Mosher, S. Greene, M. Emery, D. Polmateer, S. Baxter.Class of '84
On Ground: J. Sease, K. Perkins, S. Dodge, D. Flint, K. Cartwright, J. Bridge, R. Meyers, M. Cornell, N. Brown. On Slide: B. Cooper, C. Alvord, B. Bryan, J. Lehman, L. Cole, D. Marsh, D. Moran, T. Fanton, J. SmithSeventh
First Row: S. Shaver, P. McNeill, B. Thorp, I. Whitehouse, P. Dougherty. Second Row: D. Dodge, S. Clarke, M. Patrick, C. Sutherland, J. Dain, D. Frost, C. Merriam, A. Ray, A. Thomas. Third Row: N. Storms, C. Hall, S. Neuroth, A. Seamons, T. Ordiway, S. Lehman. Fourth Row: S. Carson, D. Horan, J. Dean, P. Cornell, J. Granger. Absent from picture: J. Burton, M. Drake, G. Bailey, T. Ward.to o- r xce. r
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First Row: L. Allen, T. George, T. Jordon, R. Manion, D. Worden, D. Burns, Second Row: E. Slawson, C. Drake, K. Clarke, D. Thorp, T. McCormick, C. Golish, B. Neidermaier, M. Joyce, S. Padden, K. Snell, B. Bruce, C. Ordiway, G. Ordiway. Third Row: K. Gavin, A. Spangler, A. Miller, D. Burrows, D. Howland.
47Sixth Grade Class of '86
Front Row: R. Buckwalter, J. Manion, M. Snell, J. Burton, G. Smith, W. Merrick, A. Stocking, D. Frost, J. Joyce, M. Middaugh, C. Storms, D. Glover, B. Goodridge, P. Brundage, R. Smith. Back Row: L. Brown, J. Niedermaier, S. McKinley, D. Miller, E. White, C. Hoagland, T. Jones, M. Perry, M. Alvord, P. Ordiway, M. Ray, L. Herr, L. Stevens, S. Hyde, L. Slawson.
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D. Glover, R. Whitesell, D. MerriamFifth Grade
Front Row: J. Gavin, B. Ward, D. Mead, D. Drake, C. Bailey, T. Cook, T. Thorp. Middle Row: D. Meyers, C. Deming, D. Smith, L. Clark, M. Middaugh, D. Ordiway, D. Dugan, T. Lehman, G. Brown, K. DeMun. Back Row: K. Carson, T. Sherwood, M. Clark, C. Worden, S. Swartz, V. Slade, S. Hyde, S. Dean, S. Wilson
Front Row: V. Jordan, A. White, T. Warner, D. Meyers, D. Dugan, K. Kear, D. Moore. Middle Row: D. Burns, K. Hoyer, P. Howland, M. Emery, M. Seamans, T. Brown, M. George, D. Garner, D. Stocking. Back Row: B. Buckwalter, W. Bennett, M. McCormick, B. Clarke, D. Dodge, S. Clarke, M. Hardy, C. Worden, R. Martin, S. Storms, C. Cooper.
Class of '87
51Front Row: L. Horan, T. Cook, L. Gavin, L. Deming, P. McKinley, S. Dain, J. Bartow, S. Snell, R. Padden, Back Row: L. Manion, S. Drake, K. Cornell, A. Winslow, J. Wauffle, J. Wahl, P. McCormick, T. Hess, K. Kear, H. Cook, D. Harris, P. Bruce, C. Manion, C. Perry, M. Harrington, P. Jackson.
Front Row: R. Walters, P. Boyle, M. MacGillivary, K. Wittie, A. Briggs, S. Dugan, T. Sibble, M. Bowers. Back Row: T. Lewis, B. Perry, J. Lehman, M. Davis, B. Brundage, J. Middaugh, R. Wilkens, D. Dodge, D. Price, S. Hoagland, B. Golish, T. Scott, D. Baker, C. Mulholland, R. Stevens.Front Row: K. Brainard, K. Ordiway, K. Snell, N. Moore, J. Burdick, R. Clark, P. Bryan, A. Whitehouse Back Row: B. Drake, S. Shaver, A. Recktenwald, M. Joyce, S. Joyce, T. Cooper, J. Dougherty, R. Jordan, N. Kocher, S. Lewis, R. Waters.
Mrs. HarderMrs. Marsh
Front Row: R. Wilkins, M. Dodge, L. Ordiway, J. Empson, C. Kautz, R. Carter, C. Perry, L. Kelley. Back Row: T. Warner, T. Fanton, C. Thorp, D. Barney, G. Lehman, J. Sherwood, J. Sibble, M. Farnum, B. Greene, B. Van Stine.
Front Row: J. Lehman, V. Hurlburt, L. Dodge, J. Dugan, M. Frost, B. Barry, K. Marvin, R. Wolf. Back Row: R. Sease, S. Roeske, L. Clark, D. Mori, K. Monahan, G. Martin, T. Riffle, J. Fanton.
56Class of '90
Back Row: J. Fox, J. Waufle, T. Wilson, W. Clarke, A. Walters, C. Cook, T. Ormsby, M. Slawson. Front Row (standing): M. Hollenbeck, D. Boyle, C. Seamans, M. McNeill, J. Godown, S. Smith, J. Kelley. Kneeling: D. Burns, J. Hyde.Front Row: D. VanSkiver, B. Wilkins, C. Clark, D. Hobson.
Second Row: J. Monahan, S. Neuroth, J. Ordiway, R. George, C. Clark, D. Salyers, S. Goodridge, S. Godown. Third Row: M. Fanton, S. White, F. Sutherland, B. Allen.
Front Row: A. Burdick, K. Frost, T. Denning, L. Lehman, H. McGillivray, B. Thorp, C. McKay, K. Hoyer. Second Row: D. Latten, T. Smith, R. Carter, F. Knight, H. Clarke, E. Harvey, C. Allen, K. Monahan.
On Ground: K. Schrader, T. Emery, A. Dean. J. Beers, K. Mothersell, J. Rifenburg, B. Kautz. Inside Tire: T. Price, A. Machinski, T. Cook. Standing On Tire: L. Ormsby, L. Hollenbeck, D. Farnum, D. Dodge, K. Bridge, L. McGinnis.
Miss JohnstonOn Ground: H. Harrington, L. Salyers, B. Thomas, D. Manion, J. Burdick, H. Dean. Inside Tire: J. Mitchell, K. Graves, K. Swartz. Standing On Tire: C. Mothersell, R. Wilson, L. Moline, C. Clarke, S. Sherwood, T. Buckwalten.
Mrs. PersonsBoys' Soccer
The boys soccer team had an exceptional season. We were a young team and may have lacked experience but we made up for it in pride and hussle. We finished the season with a record of 14-3-2. We were B.C. Champs and won the Allegany County Championship over Friendship 2-1. From our team, Chris McNeill, Guy Milligan, and Kevin Perry were chosen for the County All-Star Team. During the season, we scored an average of 3.5 goals per game and allowing the opponent to only 1.4 a game. Along with this outstanding season, we went to the Sectional Finals and were upset by Scio 2-1. However, we are only losing four seniors, Scott Haskins, Jamie McCormick, Kevin Perry, and Jose Del Rio. With the experience and enthusiasm gained this year, we all should be looking forward to another fine season!
65The girls had a young and somewhat inexperienced team. Due to injuries before the season, two seniors - Kelly Dunham and Michele McNeill, and a junior- Linda Howland were not able to play. Dorene Burrows and Denise Cooper were the remaining seniors. We would like to make special mention of goalie Denise Cooper for the outstanding job she did in the cage.
Best of luck to the girls next year!
66During the past few years a new program in girls' soccer has been started —the Junior Varsity team. It has been initiated to give girls who are not on the varsity squad a chance to play soccer. This is to give them a chance to gain experience and to sharpen their skills. We would like to compliment the girls on their fine efforts and great amount of enthusiasm.
67Boys' Varsity Basketball
The 1979-1980 Varsity Boys' Basketball team's season was highlighted by the development of the young players. With only one senior, Kevin Perry, playing regularly, the season record was 6-12 with three losses in the last seconds of the game. This sets a good foundation for the future success in the next two years.
A great amount of leadership was shown throughout the season by the seniors: Kevin Perry, Jamie McCormick, Rob Davis, and Guy Baker.
The sophomores and juniors on the team were: Mike McNeill, Paul Joyce, Guy Milligan, Todd Monahan, and Chris McNeill.
The 1997-1980 season was one aimed at individual learning and development for the players. It is only the first step toward winning seasons in the future.
68The 1979-1980 Junior Varsity basketball season was a very successful campaign. The team sported a 10-6 record, with winning streaks of 4 and 3. The basketball team's forte was defense. Andover's team this year yielded only 43.0 points to their opponents per ball game. The best average on defense in recent years.
Along with the fine defense (which was a great overall team effort), there were offensive stars. Lloyd Carter lead the team in scoring as a freshman guard. Don Lehman, a returning starter, was close behind. Other contributors were Tim Lehman, Dave Marsh, Ralph Empson, and Brian Gavin. Bruce Gilbert lead the team in rebounding. Gary Hoagland, and Greg Smith also gave fine offensive support.
Overall, this team performed well under pressure and in creating it. A strong defensive team with championship credentials.
Junior Varsity Basketball
69The 1980 girls' varsity basketball team has proven to be an extremely cohesive and enthusiastic group of atheletes. The five seniors have been invaluable in terms of the leadership and motivation they have provided to their younger teammates. If one measures success through dedication, pride, sportmanship, and competion then this years team will undoubtedly be successful.
70The junior varsity has been working very hard at learning and mastering the fundamental skills of the game. It was encouraging to see so many ladies come out for the team. If these individuals continue working Andover will indeed be a team to be reckoned with for years to come.
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County Babe RuthCheerleaders
This year the Andover Cheerleading Squad was expanded to twelve cheerleaders plus one alternate and two panther mascots. Our advisor for the past three years has been Mrs. Debbie Persons.
This year we participated in the second annual Allegany County Pom-Pom Competition in February and are proud to say, brought home the First Place trophy. We were also asked to perform the routine at the Championship game in Alfred. In addition to this trophy, we were presented with the Betty Howden award for the most spirited cheerleading squad in Allegany County. This award is given to the most spirited, enthusiastic squad throughout the season, based on ratings from evaluation sheets completed after every game by an unknown source. We also participated in the overall County Cheerleading Competition.
The squad will be losing six seniors:
Shelly Brown, Kelly Dunham, Julie Hall Tracey Manion, Michelle McKinley, Sue York
We wish next year's squad as much luck and support as we have had in the past. Also we would like to express our heartfelt "THANKS" and appreciation to Mrs. Persons for the time, patience, enthusiasm, and support she invested in us throughout the past years.National
The Nationl Honor Society is based on 4 qualifications: scholarship, 85 or above average; service, in school and community; leadership and character that is common in the well rounded student. The qualifications start the first day of the freshman year to January of the sophomore year. A person is selected by the faculty of grades 7 thru 12. The Andover chapter is now going to the national constitution instead of the local one. Scholarships are given to the top members in the county by the Allegany County Committee of National Honor Society.
The Student Council is a service organization to the school. It serves as the center of the school activities. Everything that goes on in the school has to go through the Student Council to get on the school calendar. This year's officers are: President: Sue York, Vice-President: Tracy Manion, Secretary: Linda Howland, Treasurer: Kelly Dunhan.
Thanks to the continued support of our community, a band boosters club was formed this year. In order to raise money for new band uniforms, they held a 400 Club drawing and brought in $5600!
General enthusiasm of students and parents was the stepping stone to the "rebirth" of the A.C.S. Marching Band. This year's band won various prizes in parades during the summer of 1979.
We hope to continue winning and would like to improve our ratings.
LF. H. A.
CouncilPlay CastANDOVER CENTRAL SCHOOL Al "L-, Junior - Senior Play V Washington Never Slept Here A Mystery Comedy in Three A as OCTOBER 26, 1979 8:15 P.M. Admission: Adults $1.50, Students .75
Special Arrangement with Art Play Co.. Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Jr.-Sr. Play Cas t
Beckv Mathews Stephanie Lehman
Joe the Reporter Tourist
Nathanial W. White
Nancy Talbot .. .Michelle McKinley
Dick the Reporter Tourist
Mary the Maid
Tourist Peggy Lounsberry
Denise Burrows Denise Tomm
Brenda Smith Dorene Burrows
Guy Baker Cindy Thorp
Peggy Lounsberry Monica Smith
Kathy Perkins Becky Lang
Anne Kemp Vicky Carson Chris Howland
Director — Mrs. Burger Assitant Directors — Sue York. Linda Bums 93A Friendly HELLO
to the Senior Class
; from Congratulations and
THE Good Luck
STROBE-LITE INN to the
Congratulations The STUDENT COUNCIL
to the Class of '80
and best of luck
in the future.
from the Congratulations to
F. H. A. the Senior Class
"We support you, so you support us."
To the Class of 1980 -'Walk slowly. All you can ever come to is yourself."
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Best Wishes from Roeske's
D L FEEDS
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Custom Grinding Bulk Feed Fertilizer Lime
Shortline Bus Depot One stop service station
ANDOVER ROD GUN CLUB
Cindy Vance Secretary
Congratulations to the Class of
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Main Street Andover, N.Y. 478-8332
Flowers for All Occasions Main Street, Wellsville 14895
American Greeting Cards Russell Stover Candies Photo Department Timex Watches Gifts
Jewelry Complete Prescription Service
Best Wishes to the Class of 1980
The Red Cross would like to thank all the people who have helped support the following activities:
Court Masters game
We're looking forward to your continued support.
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Congratulations to the Class of 1980
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