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AnK’tu'r K.U, flYlcmoir?DEDICATION
Mr.MacCrea has been with Andover Central School since 1958. He has been a loyal friend as well as a teacher to all of us. For many years Mr.MacCrea has been the Memoirs" advisor. He also spent many years as the Senior Class advisor.
We decided we would like to dedicate the 1984 "Memoirs" to the man that spent many hours helping us with the yearbook in the past. We wish him all the luck in his teaching and fine arts careers. Thank you for everything Mr.MacCrea.
The 1984 "Memoirs" Staffche
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mrs. Hollenbeck,Mrs. Barney,Mr. Graves,Mr. Greene
Mr.Peterson PrincipalA.C.S. ALMA MATER
Let's give a cheer for Andover High School And let us pledge to her aright Others may like black or crimson.
But for us it's purple and white.
Let all our troubles be forgotten,
Let high school spirits rule.
We'll join and give a royal effort For the good of our old school Andover High School! Andover High School! The pride of every student here.
Come on you old grads,
Join with us young lads.
Andover High School, now we cheer Rah 1 Rah!
Now is the time, boys.
To make a big noise,
No matter what the people say.
For there is naught to fear,
The gang's all here.
So Hail, Andover High School, Hail!FACULTYMrs. Manning Account Clerk Mrs. Burke Business Manager
Mrs. Sherwood Principal Secretary
Mrs. Henry Superintendent Secretary
Mrs. Emery Mrs. Wray Teacher's AidesMrs. Darr Vocal
Mr. Possemato Instrumental
Mr. Buchholz Industrial Arts Mechanical Drawing Driver Ed Mrs. Lehman Home Economics
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Our Memoir's theme is TIME. We decided that we would like to take a look back in time at our home town in which we have spent so many joyous moments. We though that you would like to take a look at the old barbershop, main street, the original town bridge, O'Leary Horse shoeing, the Lake Andover where our great grandparents enjoyed their summer days, and one of the most beautiful homes in Andover which we all know as "The Brick".SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS SENIORS
DEB " MARSH
HALL OF FAME CONSISTS OF SENIORS CHOSEN BY THE FACULTY AT THE BEGINNING OF THEIR SENIOR YEAR.
THESE STUDENTS HAVE CONSTANTLY PORTRAYED THE QUALITIES OF SCHOLARSHIP, LEADERSHIP, CHARACTER, AND SERVICE THROUGH OUT HIGH SCHOOL. HALL OF FAME IS NOT BASED ON JUST ONE OF THESE QUALITIES ALONE, BUT ON ALL OF THEM AND WHAT THAT STUDENT HAS CONTRIBUTED TO THEIR SCHOOL.
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When...the girls were taller than the boys. ...Nicky didn't wear cowboy boots. ...Chris had an exercise show.
...Suzy decided to take a closer look at the leaves.
...the girls got their hair wet in the pool.
...homework was fun.
...we liked to disect things.
...we all played an instrument.
...Lisa thought of other things besides Bruce.
...Mike sang saprano.
...we all had a curfew.
...we thought "French" was a nationality. ...Jeff had glasses.
...Jennifer wanted to see what a snowbank looked like, close-upI ...we all wore plaid pants and bellbottoms.
...we were punished by standing at the tin shed.
...Freida Bowzentitsel was our favorite fourth grade friend.
...Hanzel and Gretle were our favorite couple.
...Keith wasn't the He-Man that he is today.
...we had all our good times at A.C.S.lilJUNIORS
Front Row: E. Slawson, T. Ordiway,
S. Lehman, J. Dain, A. Miller,
D. Frost, K. Ryan. Second Row:
C. Merrium, S. Neuroth, D. Thorpe,
D. Burrows, M. Ryan, K, Clarke,
S. Clarke. Third Row: B Manion,
T. George, J. Dean, B. Thorp,
D. Burns, B. Bruce, D. Horan. Last Row: D, Dodge, T. Burke, G. Ordiway, P. Cornell, P. Dougherty, M. Joyce, D. Howland, S. Carson, I. WhitehouseSOPHOMORES
Front Row: S.Hyde, L.Stevens, L.Herr, P.Ordiway, M.Perry,C. Sutherland, 2nd Row: C.Golish, T.McCormick, M.Ray, A.Ray,M.Lampman, B.Good-ridge, A.Seamans, D.Miller, G.Smith Back Row: M.Patrick, R.Buckwalter
L.Brown, T.Jordan, J.Burton, D.Frost, S.Shaver, D.WordenFRESHMEN
Front Row: S.Wilson, B.Clark, D.Meyers, T.Brown, D.Gardner,D. Dodge, C.Nichols 2nd Row: S.Clarke, D.Dugan, D.Ordiway, S.Hyde P.Brundage, D.Meyers, M.Alvord, M.Seamans, V.Marble, B.Conner Row 3: V.Slade, V.Jordan, G.Wray, G.Huey, T.Cook, S.Dean, K. Rear, W.Merrick, A.Knight Row 4: T.Thorp, R.Martin, D.Moore,
D.Dugan, J.Brown, B.Buckwalter, M.Hardy. M.Emery, Row 5: M. Clark, S.Swartz, D.Howard, D.Stocking, C.Hoagland, and K.DeMunGrade Eight
Front row: K.Carson, T.Sibble, L.Austin, P.Jackson, D.Harris, S.Dugan,
L. Horan, A.White, R.Padden, B.Golish, H.Cook, Row 2: T.Cook, D. Dodge,
M. McGillvary, C.Baily, M.Serrah, J.Lehman, S.Dain, R.Stevens, D.Baker,
T.Lehman, M.Bowers, C.Deming, C.Morrison, Row 3: R.Wilkins, J.Garner, L.Gavin,M.Huey,S.Hoagland,L.Demming,J.Waffle,K.Wittie,L.Manion,D. Bradstreet,A.Briggs,R.Artuletta,J.Middaugh, Row 4: D.Smith,T.Hess,C. Petty,P.Bruce,A.Winslow,J.Gavin,M.Davis,K.Cornel1,M.Harrington,B.Walters ,G.Murphy,T.Sherwood,B.Ward,W.BennettGrade Seven
Row 1- J.Sibble, E.Clark, K.Herr, L.Kelley, T.Fanton, Row 2-J.Burdick, S.Arnold, K.Brainard, N.Moore, S.Joyce, M.Joyce,
B.Greene, T.Scott, C.Higday, Row 3- S.Conner, J.Sherwood,
S. Shaver, A,Rectenwald, D.Barney, G.Lehman, Row 4- C. Tripphahn,
M.Dodge, T.Howard, R.Wilkins, C.Thorp, K.Nelson, Row 5- L.Starr, R.Ordiway, J.Gamer, N.Kocher, J.Dougherty, M.Famum, Row 6-
T. Dolph, R.Carter, B.Brundage, T.Howard, Row 7- T.Howard, R.Jordan, A.Whitehouse, B.VanStine, P.Bryon.Grade Six
Front Row: B.Barry,L.urdiway, L.Dodge,G.Strouse 2nd Row: Mr. Gill, C.Morrison,M.McNeill, C.Seamans,M.Frost, J.Dugan,S. Smith,L.lripphahn, J.Hyde,J.Kelley. V.Hurlburt,L.Greenfield, J.Gardiner,K.Ordiway 3rd Row: M.Slawson, S.Dieter, T.Ormsby G. Martin, M.Hollenbeck, J.Fox, B.Murray, J. VJauf le, C .Cook, B. Ormsby, W.Clarke, M.Ripley, K.Monahan,J.Lehman Back Row: Mr. Roberts, J.Fanton,T.Wilson,A.Walters, D.Morris, Mr.LuccoGrade Five
Front Row: T.Jenison, K.Frost, J.Ordiway, T.Dening,2nd Row: T. Smith, B.Thorp, H.Clark, E.Bradstreet, T.Howard, D.Davis, S. Czechorowski 3rd Row: R.George, D.Boyle, J.Layton, A.Burdick,
R.Carter, D.Latten, N.Donaldson, H.McGillivary, L.Lehman, 4th Row: Miss Alberti, T.Schetteine, T.Archuleta, F.Sutherland,S. Ordiway, B.Wilkins, K.Monahan, C.Nichols, T.Serra, S.Neuroth C.McKay, B.Greenfield, Mrs.McNeillGrade Four
Row One: A. Machinski, D. Hobson, C. Mothersell, H. Dean,
J. McNaughton, C. Seaman, K. Mothersell, J. Burdick.
Row Two: D. Farnum, S. Goodridge, B. Leasure, J. Howard,
A. Dean, B. Dickerson, B. Schultz, M. Waterbury.
Row Three: B. Bird, L. Hollenbeck, J. Rifenburg, J. Monahan,
R w Four: D. Dodge, K. Graves, K. Swartz, J, Mitchell,
J. Fuller, G. Schultz, €. Clark, T, Emery, A, Barnett,
Fifth Row: S. White, T, Lindbnrg, D. Davis, R. Wilson,
S. Sherwood, D. Manion, T, Serra, J. Buckwalter, T. Cook. Sisth Row: Miss Keating, Miss Deierlein, Mrs. Peterson.Grade Three
B. Wray, J. Troutman,
M. Behn, J. Brundage,
T. Price, A. Ward,
K. D6 Mun, D. Alvord,
A. Butler, T. Denning,
J. Matison, J. Gardiner,
D. Givens, D. Davis,
J. Price, M. Burke.
S. Burton, S. Manion,
L. Moline, D. Paterson, D. Gardener, C. Brown,
A. Densmore, Mrs.
Marsh, S. Greene,
Mrs. Harder, R Beckhorn.Grade Two
Row One: J. Huey, T. Ingraham, K. Miller, S. Towner, H. Stocking, A. Baker, T. Dibble, J. McNaughton.
Row Two: M. Buchholz, K. Harris,M. Hyland, M. Wiesczyzck,
E. Harrington, N. Lehman, D. Greenfield, E. Miller,
N. Fuller, D. Grant.
Row Three: G. Kinnicutt, E. Brown, S. Kemp, E. Kent,
N. Moore, C. Nichols.
Row Four: N. Tiffany, J. Cartwright, S. Bishop, J. Billings, N. Folsom, J. Mckay, H. Cook, N. Schettine. Mrs. Horan.
Row Eive: K. Layton, J. Shutt, K. Fanton, J-B. Waters,
R. Morris, J. Emery. Mrs. Shay.Front Row: A.Gaylord, C.Mitchell, T.Denning, B.Calladine, C. Saunders 2nd Row: C.Barnett, S.Leasure, S.Hancock, C.Peelman
M.Gates 3rd Row: Mrs.Clark, C.Givens, L.McNeill, A.Reinschmidt, S.Horton, K.Green 4th Row: P.DirV r-Kon, T.Putnam, R.Hobson, M. Wieszczyk, K.Drake
Front Row: J.Patterson, P.Fanton, C.Ward, 2nd Row: C.Beckhorn,
C.Seger, C.Kinnicutt. J.Brown, T.Perkins,M.Green, Mrs.Coly, J. Burke 3rd Row: K.Ormsby, S.Archuleta, A.Cornell, C.Clarke,J. Wieszczyk, S.Donaldson,G.Green, J.Densmore,A.DeanRow 1: C.Butler,H.Brown,J.Eshenbaugh,D.Archuleta,A.Matison,B.Gaylord Row 2: J.Roeske,J.Kent,M.Tidd,P.Baker,T.Bird Row 3: N.Monahan,S. Gardner,M.York.J.Tucker,N.Monroe,C.Morris,R.Beckwith,C.Horton,M.Grant
Row 1; k.Dibble,J.Burdick,S.Folsom,H.Dickerson Row 2: J.Bryan,M.Morris, M.Gordon,A.Keir,C.Peelman,J.Baker Row 3: P.Haines,J.Baker,S.Swartz,
K.Miller,J.Emery,C.Vance Row 4: J.Baker,C.Wainwright
In 1983, the Andover Baseball Team went through a rebuilding year. With only two returning starters, (both outfielders), the Panthers not only won the South Division Championship, they also won the Allegany County Championship. Then in the sectional playoffs, the team did something that no other Andover baseball team had done in 27 years - they went to the sectional finals in Rochester's Silver Stadium.
Our overall record was 13 wins and 5 losses. The season was characterized by a philosophy that "no part is greater than its whole". A great team attitude followed. This was a season to remember, a season to build on, and a season that Andover fi.l.l lot soon forget.
CHAMPSCROSS COUNTRYWe had a relatively young and inexperienced team this year. With Pat and Doug Howland as fullbacks and Bill Bruce playing goal.
All three of whom where selected for the Second Team All-Stars. Controlling the middle of the field were halfbacks Chris Conner and Doug and Don Horan. Chris and Doug, along with Pete McNeill, were selected for the First Team All-Stars. Pete, Todd Rougeux, Brian Thorp, Ian Whitehouse, and Russ Buckwalter supplied the scoring punch on the forward line. This lineup was backed by a strong bench of equally capable players.JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
The 1983-84 Andover Junior Varsity Basketball Team was built on plenty of inexperience. There were no returning starters from the previous season and only two part-time players back. Our team won only a handful of games, but its personality was one of great hustle and desire. These ten men worked as hard as any Andover team could have.
We will have five returning players next season with plenty of experience this time.VARSITY
This year we had a young basketball team with little varsity experience, getting off to a very good start. We seemed to be coming along well until injuries set in. Even though we were injured and losing we never stopped hustling. We will have six players returning next year and look forward to a good season.The 1984 Cheerleading squad was a fairly new squad. This year they participated in a Cheerleading Competiton in Wellsville at the Greenwood Tournement. They are proud to announce that they brought home the trophy for the best Cheerleading squad in the tournement.
The Seniors were Debby Marsh,Michelle Emery, and Jennifer Lehman.VOLLEYBALL
This years Volleyball team had a good season ending with a record of 7-5, which was an improvement over last year. We traveled to Savona for the first round of sectionals where our season abruptly ended.
The team will be losing seniors: Suzy Atwell, Lisa Cole, and Ann Carlin. Suzy was the only five year player and had an outstanding season. Cherie Rougeux was also an asset to the team as she made the county all-star team.
We wish the seniors "Good-Luck", we'll miss youlSoftball
The 1983 softball team ended it's season with a record of 7-3. These three wins were against Angelica, Whitesville, and Bolivar. Seniors leaving the team are Brenda Ormsby, Cheryl Hurlburt, Kathy Thorp, and Mary Jo Palmateer.GIRL’S
1984 was a building year for the Girls' Basketball Team. Only one player returned from the 1983 squad, Senior Suzy Atwell. In her fifth Varsity Season, Sue averaged 15 points per game, and as team captain she provided on-court leadership for the young team. The future looks bright with the development of several good freshmen, including Michelle Clark, who lead the team in rebounding. The team's 1-17 record is misleading in that, in Coach Roby's words,"The girls improved with every game. I was particularly gratified to see that they never became discouraged."The 1984 Swim Team with it's seven swimmers had a very good year. With three close swim meets, the team finally won their last home meet against Naples. This was Andover's Swim Team's first win in 12 years. David Polmateer and Doug Horan later went on to represent Andover in the sectionals. Though not getting far, they had a great year.ORGANIZATIONSFUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICASTUDENT COUNCIL
This year the members of Student Council decided to put the emphasis on you- "the student". Most of out activities have been to support and help out fellos classmates. Among these have been Christmas Activities and a dance. Another project was Spirit Week - a week for dressing up, having fun and supporting our various athletes. To top this off we wound-up with a Homecoming Dance. Student Council is exactly what its name says and we hope to go on contributing to our school and community.4
The 1983-84 Memoirs Staff faced the task of producing a yearbook with enthusiasm and confidence. Under the leadership of Editor Debby Marsh and with the skills of photographers Michelle Emery, Shawr. Neuroth,Darci Burrows, Suzi Atwell and Mr.Paul Neuroth we tackled the formidable task of doing our own photography. To compliment the photos Todd Burke, Bill Bruce and Jennifer Lehman provided write-ups. Our cover art work was done by Tim George. Behind the scenes Ann Spangler and Jennifer Lehman and staff sought and organized the ad contributors who make yearbook production possible. Finally our layout staff, who worked long hours, put this collection of memories together. Ke hope ycu enjoy itl
-Mrs. JohnstonJUNIOR-SENIOR PROM
The 1983 Prom took much time and effort. The boys built the gazebo while the girls made tissue flowers and painted. After hours of hard work the gym was transformed into a beautiful midsummer's night park.
As the couples crossed the bridge into the gym the moon shown down and the Peter Lovie Band played. The couples danced and as you can see even the chaoerones had fun.
MARK WHITEHOUSE KATHY THORP
GARY SLADE MELANIE MILLER MIKE CORNELL LISA COLEWith this special m
holiday comes many changes. I As the fall slowly changes ■ into winter we all get into I the spirit of Halloween! A I very welcomed change of pact' ■ from our usual school day. I
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LIZ!..It may appear that only the younger children are busily getting their costums around. NOT TRUE! In the high school many unfamiliar faces appeared this year.
We all enjoyed the parade, tricks and treats,and of course the shaving cream fights.JUNIOR CHORUS
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Mrs. Sherwood: With love and best wishes to the class of 84!
Mr. Roby: Use your vision though the world wears bifocals!
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Mr. and Mrs. Bradstreet: All the best to the class of 84!Bill
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