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

 - Class of 1985

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We The Senior Class Of 1985 Would Like To Dedicate This Yearbook ToKevin Gav i n The Clai oh "85" would Like, to dedicate thlt yearbook In memory oh Ke.vln Gavin. He urn a teammate, ckaimote, and mo it oh oil a. good hJtlend. Kevin i via a per on who alien yi made the bett oh everything. Mat oh all Kevin taught ui that nothing ihould be taken h°r granted, and that there li a meaning {or everything that llhe ha to ohh r- h'e have had. good timet lolth Kevin and he will not icon be h°rgotten.Board Of Education At . Vemminc Green At . Neuroth. (l .P.) Mm. Ho Jenheck Ha. WhtteJiouAe (PneA .) Administration At . Pe.te.A on - Bu.ULeU.no PAineinat. Ha. Braditreet - Superintendent Ha. Hate - Guidance V-iAectoAMm. She.wood - Principal Mrs. He.nn.if - Guidance Scene tarn Superintendent Secret ary district Treasurer Teachers Aides - Mm. Wray Mm.. Meijn Mm. Burdich Mm. Burke - District Clerk Business Manager Resource Room - Ms. Medina Reading - Miss HarrisHuqheA -8o6 .na6'S Mu. BakeA -Sfi. 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O'hiteh.ou e Math Science Euiine Class Clcu A Clownt) - 8nLan Thotip lan Wk te ioa6ePersonalities 8u t VneA6e.d - Judy Vuin Voua BuAnA Mo At Ttihtatiouh - Phil Co Knell Volkca. SuAAom Mo At Studio uA -BUI oKuta Vabhid Tkow O- Co C £ ° 3 ♦ 4J c?' ' c, . ? .! . - S '■ £ 6 » (? %;w ®-'o W V° v o5’ c? tf, - ©■ 1 o",»“,. ”,» o .% V 0 0 O P . $ -ar o ✓ - w" O •£ ♦6'o c 5,. ®-° . «-° P .v r Co + fr c? - i « VV «i» o- ,©■' 0-° S C?A ° s? J ?J A _e? w f'4 ; - oV 0- r O + ° » r? VG c VV" 0-° . b » 6 . o ,- b ■p 0.0 a °' 4 v tPV 0. s c? 7 , v v y ►% ■ o 0- ,.3 ©■ r? »V , 0 , ' ° ”-0 pW v a , % »vw 0 ° O ? ©■” .. _C? - •Z’’6 VJuniors Row 1: S.Hyde Row 2: B.GoodsUdge L.Stevem M.Ray A.Ray Ron' 3: M.PeAAy L.HeAA L.AJULojn P.OicUjway Ron' 4•• A.Stocking G.Srrxth V. Plo6t J.Buuton C.SutheAZand S.ShaveA Row 5: V.WoldeJi VAUU.e.1 T.McColrnick L.Blown U.Pa Uck A.StamayiisSophomores Row I: Mi .Mooie. V.Vagan V.Vagan G.Wiay V.Slade. G.Huey V.Hooie S.Swaitz Row 2: M.Haidy K.VeMun T.Cook K.Kea S.Pwn R.Molten V. Jofidan Row 3: V.Buini C.Nlcholi M.George V.Howaid M.Claike V.Oidlway S.WiJUon S.Clanke Row 4:: J.Hanlon W.HeAilck V.Stocking E.OJhlte. B.Connei V.HcyeM T.Thoip S.Hyde VMeyei M.Alvoid. Row 5: V.Glove.i V.Vodge C.Hoagland J. Ne.lde .male.x. A.Knight P.Howland T.Blown H.Emeiy J.Blown B.ClaikeFreshmen Row 1: B.LoveZess S.Bitid V.BakeA J.Lehman C.KeaA HAS.BakeA H.McGiZCvaAy A A'Kay K.Wittte S.Vugan L. Ho Kan Row 2: I'.BoweAS M.A IvoKd L.Vemming S. HcagZand S.Vain T.Seamans U.SeAAa V.Vodge A .Winslow L. Wan-con P. Jackson Row 3: B.Gotish A .White R.Padden K.CaASon T. Lehman A. BKtggs T.SibbZe K.CoAneZZ L. Gavin V.HaAAis Row 4: Ha.Roby C.Vemming T.Hess R.Stevens V.GaAdneA J.GaAneA V.BAc.dstAeet J.WaufiZe H.Cook M.Huey W. Bennett HA.SchoaZes Rout 5: G.HuAphy B.WaAd C.VeAAy B.WaZteAS R.WiZktns V.Vodge H.HaAAington V.CoAneZZ T.SheAWOod P.BAuceGrade Eight Rcu' 7: Ron' 2: Ron' 3: Row 4: Row 5: J. PuAdick K.HeAA L.StaAA P.GA.ee.ne. J.GaAne H.Vodge V.Smith C.TAtpphahn B. JLoveteaa K. Cunningham C.ThoAp L.Austin T.HouaAd S.Shave T. Howard C. Patty C. Higday R.W-cClun6 T.Fanton M.Joyce J.Sibble E.CtaAk N.Moo e P.PAyan K.PAainand R.JoAdan V.PaAney J.VcugheAty J .Funk A .Pesock M.KocheA L.KeJULy J. SheAuiocd G.Lehman MA.BaZe P.Poundage S.ConneA CMoaaxaok R.CaAteA J.Gavin B.VanStine Ma.FabeAGrade Seven Ron’ 1: L.Vodge T.Volph S.Vieten. J.Be te A.Iceland V .HusiZbuAt R.OnxUway C.h'esL 6 K.OacLiMay Rou.' 2: T.WtZ on L.GKeen teZd d.GoJvnea J.Hyde. K.Monahan T.Rt Ze J.Vugan L. VomSoat G. MaAttn Rou 3: J.KeZJtey L.TfUpphahn M.Fao t S.Smith J.Wangle CJiosuUAon M.McHeMJL L. OadUimy T.Scott Row 4: B.Onm by B.MuMay J.Fanton J. Lehman M.Hottenbeek R.Moasua V.Mowua M. Slawton T.Scott Row 5: Mte.lVttheAow W.Ciaake R.UatteAi M.FaAnum T.0Amt by R.Howland MA.CloteGrade Six Row 7: K.FaoaI R.GeoAge S.HeuActh C. McKay A.SuAcUck HMcGllZlvgAu C.ClaAk E.BaadhtAeet S. CzeehoAow kt J.CAcUway Row 2: T.HowaAd J.Funk L.Lehjnan K.Monahan T.Smith B.GAeenfiZeZd H.CZaAke S.OActiway J.Layton V.Vavli Row 3: M.Lunn B.WMktnA T.SeAAa R.Sea e R.CanteA T. Ventng N.VonaldAon Row 4: T.Schettetne B.TkoAp C.fiichoti H.Fanton Ma.Lucco F.SutheAtandGrade Five Row 1: J.PuAcUck H.Vean T.Cook AJ'achinski V.Manion J.Thomas V.Vavis A.Vean V.Hobson J.HLUtcheJL Row 2: B. Oid V.Pcusch J.HouWtd V.Podge M.Lunn V.Howiand V. Tasinum L.Hotlenbeck S.GoocOudge Row 3: K.Suwtz K.BsUdge J.Monahan C.ClaAke C.ClaAhe J.PuiZen J.PJfienbuAg H.HaAAington A.Ra rnett Vow 4: E.O-Vnibw C.A'JeJss S .SheAwood R.VicheASon M.Lur.n S.White. J.Buck-watteA B.LeasuAe C.Seaman K.Voane Row 5: Miss Keill J. Jones Htis .McMeJtGrade Four Row 1: J.Mattcion V.klvond V.GaAneA V.G-Lveni V.Rozske J.GcuuUma Ron' 2: M.BuAfee C.PAom V.Vav-ii J .PfUce. B.Wkay A.ButteA Row.1 3: PeXeA on A.Uasid B. Cunning ham C.ShtKmood k.VtMmnz S. BuAt.cn M.Rcue Row 1: S.Beckwith S.Hcjoua M.8ehn C.CzechoAowiki T.Venning S.Man-ion Row 2: T.SeAAa R.WiZion H.MachXn ki. S.Gtieen K.VeMun R.BeckhoAn Rom 3: T.EmeAy T.Ptu.ce. J.TAoutmn L.McGinnis Row 4: bliti KeatingRow 1: SI.SheAwood J.McKay T.Dibble C. SIlchol D. GAant A.BakeA Row 2: J.CaAto.vu.qht E. Watlion J.B. hlateA E.MUUeA. E.Kent M.Hyland J. McSJaughton Row 3: SI. Lehman M.d'leizczyk M.Ralih K. HLUeA K.HaAAli Row 4: J.Ineland K.Eanton R. SioAAl J.Shutt J.EmeAy Row 5: Hu Kcwal S'A . HaAdeA Grade Three Row 1:J.Huey G. Klnnlcutt E.BAown SI. Moo AC R. Sheeti B. lAeland S. Kejnp Row 2:M.FulleA K.Sea e C. MacDonald T. Schettlne H. Cook D. GAeen{leld Row 3:J.Billing SI. Folsom E. BAundage J .MeAAlatr, H.Stocking C.Leyton Row 4:E.HaAAlngton M.Tl any S.TowneA Row 5 :S'a .M.an hRoio 7: A.George A.GayZoid T.Penning C.Barnett L.ttcNei t A.Pityu,chrnidt P.Fanton C.Patltck J.F eMto C.Waid Ron’ 2: J.Buihe J.WieAzczyk G.Gieen C.Hamlin M.Uie zczyk B.Catladine C. Mitchell. K.Viake Ron' 3: C.Clalke bin. Shay J.Blown Row 7: A.Cornell C.Saundeis A.Venn V.Knight C.Voane S.Lea uie C.Kinnicut V.Gieen ield C.Givens M.Getter Row 2: P.Vickeison R.Hobson S.Vonaldson M.Gieen K.h'alteis K.Olmsby K.Peelman S.Hancock J.Vensmoie T.Peikins C.Segal Row 3: Mis.Hoian Grade TwoRow’ 1 : hlA'.onahan C.Voane. H. BAown K.HittcA J. Erne Ay A.KeaA J.Rce ke R. F eckwith Row 2: T. Padden J.Kent S. ButleA S. SjwofiXz C.MoaaXa C.BecbhoAn T. Putnam J.BakeA J. E chenbaugh Row 3: A la . Lucco Grade One Row1 7: B. Gayle Ad JA'atL en F. IwJLond R. Venning M .GAc.nt J. BakeA A.VattiA on M.T-idd K. Vlbble R cw 2- J. ImpeAsCtice K. GAav i S. PolAon J.BuAcUck P.Bakefi J.Enyan C. Ilance H.VicheJtAon Pow 3 : MA( oM.ce. Vaa.Hapoleon C.ButteAKindergarten Row 1:M.Ofiant S.ButteA B.Hatt H.Kemp J. BaxJLey M. Fuften. B.Gaave €.Lehman K. Bahtiy A. (VeAtbAock B.GAaveA Row 2:E.Smith C.Oteen J.Joyce K.BZed oe S.Kelfey V.BaAneA L.Spence P.VeHcAte S.HenAy S.Putnam Row 3 •• Maa . PyeAA Row 1 :S.BusUon C.GAeen T.Lunn R.Ee mon-t W.HyZand L.FuU.eA U'.Buckoitz B.Syon B. Hamtin Row 2'-C.Wah£ T.GAeen S.We P.HeAA R.Howland J.tiocdu’OAth C.PeeZrran C.VAake A.Huey Row 3:M l4 .HomndOnce upon a time in 1940 ACS built a pZaygAound. In 1984 oua childAen u'eAe AtilZ pZaying on it. You might Aay that things weAe Anting out and pAetty well uAed up. ZveAyday the AchooZ dooAA mould open and 250 hldA mould pouA out fa 1 theiA mid-day AecAeation. The fiaAteAt, AtAongeAt kidA wouZd dominate the fiem A wingA that Aemained hunctionaZ and how couZd anyone ioAget thelA game oh hit and Aun. Many teacheAA and paAentA A aw the need fa a the childAen to have a ZeAA hnsxAtAnting and moAe conAtAuetive AecAeation time. ZxhilaAotin phyAicaZ exeAc-iAe not only buildA bodieA, it aZ-AO AtimuiateA mindA. Jim BAadAtAeet and Von Kent had pAevioua knowledge oh PobeAt LeatheAA, aAchitect tAom Ithaca, N.V. and hi-A deAigned, directed "build youA own pZay-gAoundA". Ma. LeatheAA met with the AndoveA AtudentA and with theiA ideaA, he deAigned oua cAeative pZaygAound, the tAA-t faA AZZegany County. In Feb-uaAy 19S4, a etc paAentA, gAandpanentA and teacheAA met and cuA committeeA weAe faAmed, with. Von Kent, oa oua chaiAman. We had to woAk faAt. Cua con-AtAuction date waA May 31 to June 3. In fauA AhoAt monthA we had to AaiAe at ZeaAt $20,000. Ma. LeatheAA totd ua th.at the moAe fandA and donated mateAiaZA we AaiAed the biygeA the pZaygAound couZd be. With 1,958 ZetteAA mailed aAbing faA dcnationA the month oh May appAoached. With oua committee heeling AucceAAhuZ, oua hinancial goal aZmoAt Aeached. OuA donationA came hncm aAea buA-ineAAeA, weaZthy buAineAA pecpZe, many ZocaZ cAaanizationA, aAea citizenA, including the AenioA cltizerA on £txed incomeA. The AtudentA Aotd candy, tAee oAnamentA, donated theiA pop canA, and 971 oh the AtudentA had eanned enough money to buy theiA own boaAd faA Zhe pZaygAound. With May having 20 dayA oh Aain the 31 At annlved cooZ and Aunny. We ha.d AaiAed $21,000,We had gathened oven 1,000 anticleh of hand tool , on enough hand tooth to keep 350 people tconking at one time. We punchahed pnehhune treated lumben enough to build 3 complete 3 bednoom homeh, oven 300 feet of galvanized pipe, 20,000 double dipped galvanized naith, 4,000 galvanized bolth , 291 LF. of galvanized welded coil, chain, 1200 LF. of utility poleh, 230 tine , 500 LF. nailnoad tiet, 2.20 tom nound gnovel, 1390 wahhent, SCO hheeth of handpapen and 14 gallom of, paint.. Oven the foun day of comtnuetion we henved cun wonkenh lunch and dinnen totaling 1620 meath and 600 hnackh, with a total of 600 hcuns of food pnepanaticn. On we henved enough food in foun dayh to feed a family of foun fen a yean. It took 1,985 hount Of$ men, women, and child labon equal to $37,264. While evenyone wonked, thein childnen wene caned fen. Child cane, amounted to 564 hounh with, a total of 218 childnen caned fon. June. 3, at 7:36 p.m., the tooth wene gathened fon the last time. The exhausted wonkenh htccd back, and the htampede 0|$ kidh, young and old hwanme.d the completed playgnound. We not only built the gneateht piny anea fon oun childnen we all gained new fniendhhiph and we have the wanmcht, mcht genenouh feeling in oun heenth. Cun playgnound ih pnoof cf what a gnand community we live in.i ar , £s. a • a-G ,.; P'’ P''.,C9 aCS ! £ • - - aCs a - c » c » » •r c »rc. ' Aos ,C ' kc® e» g6Vg -c» c. • a aG6 aC® P G c LG ‘ .G® V' G P aG P0£fc 0-( c %$ aC kG® 6 .G ' aCS ,G ' ,G ' lG ' The 1984 GitiJU SocceA Team had a new look thiAm6eaAon. We had a team. We had a AecoAd c 3 win and 8 lo4 e ,but it wa a vetiy tuccu tAul tea on. We had 28 people on the newly (OAmed 6quad with 25 AetuAnig ,$oa next yeaAA team. We had only 3 Seruou and 1 JunioA out £oa the 1984 team. Qua team won its {iAit tocceA game tince 1982 and w'e auo made the playo fa. , What AeaJUiy made the team unique avw the (act that we naa 4 coachet. Ha.Gill,HA.Clo6e,HA.VicapAio, and HaAAiet GayloAd wexe all coaching Gift 6 high School SocceA ioA the iitet time. 1984 laid down a good oundat on { oA the utuAe oj GiAlA oc-ceA in AndoveA. The next 4 to 5 yeau look aeal pAomi ing, THANKS TO THE FINE EFFORT OF THE 1984 TEAMBoy’s Soccer This yo.an ’ t tecs on was one. manned htj injuniet and ditappointmenX. «V ttanted out winning tux o ; out. Untt thnee game and tiling the. othen. Then in the faunth game oun injuniet set in. Fven though cun necond didn’t thow it, thene was a tot c{ pentonai pnide in ou.n team and all had eelinat opentonai accomplishment. Pun defame wot ted by tenicn goctie Bill Fnuce al.ong with halfa back Von Honan, Shawn Cantor., and Bob Vanion. Can ofaente was led by teni.ont Vale HcNeill, Fnian Thonp, and Voug Funnt. Bnian ted the tccnent with, six goats tJiu teuton, they all did a aneat job on the faeld fan a . Von Honan was t deeded to the fantt tea» Atl-Stont, while Silt Bnuce and pe.te HcHeill wene selected to the tecond team AU-Stans. Sven though cun teaten exit a ditappoir.tment necond wite, cun team showed a lot oi he.a At and matunity. Good Lucb in the Futuna. Volleyball The 1°84 volleyball team was the. longest even ulth twenty-two playeas. The vaaslty 6quad consisted ofi Vebble ThcAp, Kathy ClaAhe.VaAcl Buaaows , Kel.enda Ke.aa,Vav'na Howard,Michelle Cloak, Stevie Hyde,Vebble Vagan and Shame NeuAoth at scoaekeepeA. Cua aecoad did net Aehlect the team play ok splalt th.at was evident In most o f ouk game . The team wishes the senloas good-luck. The JunloK vaaslty team hud an Imptesslve yeaA. These glals have Impaoved taemendously as the reason pKogaessed. Theae Is a lot oh potential In oua young team. They’ll, begin to come alive In 85! Vebby Thoap Vaacl BuKACWS Kathy Clanke Captains:Boy’s Volleyball AndoveA CentAal has put faoAth a (fine e((oAt in this aAea's 1 oZleyball League. This -team demonstAated gAeat heights in good spoAtsmanship and in keeping with the. spiAit o( the game. RegaAdless o( the losses the team expeAienced each match assisted in the polishing o( theiA skills and oveA-alt cooAdination. As each yeaA goes on AndoveA becomes mo ie and moAe Aecongnized in its capacity to play Volleyball, and with much haAd woAk mill hopefully come to be one o( the (oAemost uiinteA spoAts in ouA athletic cuAAiculum. ConaAatulations to the team (oa its (ine team m ik and e((oAts that exemplify kon) tAue spoAtnien play the game.5,6,7 8 Grade BasketballVarsity Basketball I »w j _ The overall xecoAd ioA the 1984-1985 basketball season was not what I had expected. I heel we had the potential to do welt, this yean., but it 4eems that we just didn t jell. Ouk filnal fieeohd oh 10 wins and 9 loses doe4 not cleanly Ae-hlect the team's ability. I would Like to with the Senior o{ the team the but oi luck in thein iutuJie and may the {utaJie Andoven Panthens have much 4u.cc.e44 Pa. LuccoJV Basketball The 1984-1985 Junior Vanity Bom Bathetball team had a record o 9 wlnt and 9 lottet. We alto won the Juntos I amity Chrlttmoj, tournament held by Greenwood Central School. We played in a tough C-V Vlvltlon In Allegany county and had a record ofi 8 win and 2 lottett agalntt our own level o£ competition. Thlt yean tquad ccntltted otf only tu'o returning ball players. Our starting line-up, late In the teaton, had ficur freshmen and one eight-grader on It. We will have tlx ttrong playen returning to next-yean, team.Cheerleaders The Varsity squad consisted oft seven re-turning Cheerleaders and faur girls cheering far the first time. Ncm to the squad this tjear were: Stephaine Vain, Laura Manion, Susie Dugan 6 Leslie Stevens. Cheerleaders returning were: Vo die Moore, Gretchen Wray, Viane Vugan, Vebbie Vugan, Vebbie Thorp, Shawne Neuroth, a id Judy Vain. Shawne S Vebbie were Co-captains and Bridgette Wray 005 mascot far the Varsity Squad. The Varsity team earned third place in the Varsity Vivision in Hometl. The victories were expecialty Mavarding since we were competing against much larger schools. We will be losing three Cheerleaders to Graduation tixey are: Vebbie Thorp, Judy Vain and Shawne Neuroth. Vebbie has been cheering far 3 years, Shawne and Judy have been Cheerleaders far 4 years. We wish tixem the best ofi tuck in the fature. The Cheerleading squad was expanded this year with the addition of a six member J.V. squad. The J.V. squad consisted o£ Karla Wittie, Kelly Carson, Patty Jack-son, Heather Cook, Toni Lehman, and Stacey Swartz. Amy Briggs joined the squad as a mascot. Toni and Stacey were co-captains. In Homell competition the J.V. squad placed second in the fujiior Varsity division. Both squads were coached bu Miss Keating.Girl’s Basketball The S4-S5 Girls Basketball team Mas characterized by young Inexperienced players. They played hard with a lot o$ determination and gained some o the much needed experience, that they lacked. With continued hard cvork, their remaining seasons should be much more productive and enjoyable.Swim Team The Swim Team 6 pent this, yeoA in a Ke.buildi.nQ e ont. 0 the eleven membeu on the team, only thn.ee wene netunning {Horn l i t yean. One o{ the highJUghte, oI the 6ea on wo oufi im t annual meet between the VanAity Ba ketbatl team and Swim Team. Thit, yean, it wa won by the Sv.im Team and we hope to ee it continue next yean. We laoh fanwand to next yean with hopea o a langeA and Atnongen. team.Softball The 1984 Softball Team conAlAted ofi Sue Atwell, LUa Cole, Vebble ThoAp, Kathy ClaAke, Vebble FaoaI, Kellie Ryan, Kellnda KeaA, Vcwia Howard, Stevie Hyde, Vicki Slade, Vljxne Vugan, Michelle ClaAk, Vonna Ofudlway, and VaAcl Buaaowa oa AccAekeepeA. We loAt moAe gameA than toe toon, but we did manage to win ouA laAt two game-4. We’Ae hoping to pick up thlA ueaA u'heAe toe le{,t la At yea a. We only loAt two AenloAA ao the pAoApeetA look good.SECTION V CHAMPS ! The 1984 AndoveA Baseball. Team pat together the first even undefeated baseball ea on. AndoveA went 16 and 0, winning the Andover Ba e.ball ToaA.narr.ent, the South Division Championship, the Allegany County Championship, and it first Section 5 Championship ince 1956. The team received a total of 4 trophies and had 6 all- tar elections. The AndoveA Baseball Team was built on total team play. All nine tarting offensive players cored and dAove in at least 10 runs oa moAe. Our pitiching 6taff aveAaged less than 2 walks peA game and gave up just oveA 2 runs. The team defence also averaged Ies than 2 errors a game. Overall., The AndoveA Baseball Team had gAeat determination and a super attitude. The accomplishment of the 1984 Baseball Team idll be talked about foA many year to come. CONGRATULATIONS TO A SUPER BUNCH OF PLAyfPSTennis Team Thu year' tennii -term m a young tecum. They teanned inorr, tketn mUtahei an? one hoping to have a batten. e.a on next yean. lG ,g® G® C C C a ° - -a®s «c® .0 0® G® G® ,C® G® lG® ,G® G® G® »®e » V pe ac®v y V CS c® :c® G®®- - » c® ac c® £• G® C® k° xG® kC C® G® • G® c® _g® ;.o ,G® r.G® frC G c $ . G® r.®»' y:o c © .G® 6‘ G VC'' c c9Senior Chorus Vkza. Debbie ThoKp V. VKeA.Ju.dy Veun Sex:. VaKxu Bukaoua Tk?jOA . TedxlEuKkeJunior Chorus P iei . CejwJLd-Lnc Lehman Sec 6 Tfiecu . Tcumy lU leElementary Band B “ ChoirSenior Band VtieA •• Bill Btw.ce. 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SutheAiandJr-Sr National Honor Society Vkqj : EJJl Enuce I'.Tutei Scott Clankc SecSTnei: MasUe PennyThe Stu.de.ntA o{ Andoven CentnaZ have, enjoyed the. pneAence oA Nani Na.ka.muAa, an exchange Atudent {nom Japan. Mani Ia i SenioA and haA become veny acttve duning hen Atay, making new {niendA, tAying new {oodA and adjuAting to Ament can cuAtomA, flani haA taken pant tn All-County ChonuA and the ginlA So{tba( Team. [ iAiting a {anm tA juAt one o { the othen tnteneA ting thtngA that Nani haA done; A he akAO woa able to tap maple t'm go Akting, Aee a hockey game, viAit an ant muAeum in Bu{{alo, And go bowling. Not only haA Nani adjuAted to oua cuAtomA but A he haA taught ua cuAtomA o{ hen own. Fon example JapaneAe danceA, an gameA. We would like to Thank MnA. Henny {on pnoviding a plac {on Nani to Atay white She {iniAhe.d out hen AchoolinJunior-Senior Play Light , Camera, Actlon, well maybe not the camera, but the Junior-Senior plau oi 1984-1985 wa a ma hlng ucce . 41 theugh theAe were a iew iowl-up , bleep6, and blunder, o tc 6peak, the play a a whole wa mo t original and i-illed with entertainment. It took a lot oi eiiort on the pant oi the ca t and crew to be able to coondlnate the whole produc-tlon with -it own Negro maid and It doonbell that eem to ionget to work when It came time tc put It all together. In plte oi It all., we got the job done and that I what the Important thing li. We mu t give credit and thank where It I due. It on through the Imaginative energy oi oua own "Wonder Woman" none other than Mr . Hughe , that made It all po lble and taught u how to Improvlie when everyone el e vn on cloud nine and playing around "behind the c(.ne ". It take a peclal per or. to be able to do what he ha done the e pa t year and her talent are truly appreciated. Sincerely , The 1984-1985 Play Ca t and CrewJr.-Sr. Prom Vi.ru.ng with gAace,elegance, and ityle,within the A calm of th.e Big Firm VlctoAlan Room, the 1984 JunloA SenlcA Paom wai a 6m.ailu.ng iucceii. Thli yeaA the theme iong of oua PAom. wai '’Faithfully",By JouAney. The decoA conilite.d of bAillant Aalnbow coloAi with the main attAactlon being, of couAie, a beautifully ccnitAucted, quilted Aalnbow. It wai appAoxlmately 11 feet long and 5 feet wide, and captuAed a genuine Aalnbow effect. Fve.Aycne enjoyed the evening which wai attended by 28 coupler. W.erroAlei will be Aencwed. at eveAy glance of a long-itertmed glaa Aecelved by each peAicn attending. The JunloA attendanti weAe Shawne NeuAoth and Jan Whltehouie.TV Special % hanks We the ClaAA o{ 19 Zb would Hike to give, a 6 pedal "ThankA" to hiAA. HugheA and MA.ViCapAio. M ia. HugheA haA been oua adviAOA fioA 3 yeaAA and Ma.ViCapAio haA been ouA co-adviAOA oa 1 yeaA. TkeAe two have played a majpA paAt in making oua laAt yeaAA at k.C.S. the moAt memoAable. We would eApedally like to thank Maa .HugkeA who haA A pent many long houAA and woAked veAy haAd Ao oua claAA could go to Flodda fioA oua SenioA TAip. That woa oua goal fioA 2 yeaAA. She kept afiteA ua when it woa time fioA oua Ael-ling pAojectA and little by little we the claAA attained that goal and went to EloAida. Now the time iA coming neaA and we have to Aay good-bye and we'll neveA I oAget the timeA we Apent togetheA. Even though theAe haA been Aome bad timeA we Aeemed to oveAlook them and the good timeA defiinatcly out numbeA the bad oneA. So thiA ii juAt a little Aomething to Aay, Thank you both and weAe goina to miiA you. SinceAly, Jhe ClaAA o4 19S Yearbook Staff Putting a Ve.on.boek togetheA ion a school tike Andoven Is muck mone than the hand wonk oi It's" staii. Andoven's Veankook Is a tnadltlon which we uphold with a stncng sense oi pnlde. Thin yean’6 hook belongs to evenyone who helped to make It. a neallty. Oun thanks go to the men-chants who iappealed us thneugh theln otventlslng, the teachens and students who smiled, thnough yet anothen. hectic nound oi gnoup photos, and all oi you who expnessed conildencc In us by ondenl.ng youn books eanly. Wonting with the Uemolns Staii thls ye.an has been a gneot expedience. Oun Co-Edltons Shawne Meunoth and Vancl Euaaows spent long houns plo.nnlng, onaonl..zlng and supenvlslng. 0un Eminent Staii oi Veb Fnost, Vebble Thonp, Kellie Pyan, and Kathy Clanke spent tong houns and much shoe leathen contacting supporting menchants and patnons, while Mns.Henny kept oun bookkeeping In onden. Without theln eHants the Memolns would be only a memony. Ponald Honan and BUI Enuce collabonated to pu-t oun copy togetheA In onden and on time, Gneat Wont. The. coven design was submitted by Tim George, a pneclslon job done well. Oun Photo and Layout Stc-H Included Judy Vain, Leslie Stevens, Vcdle. Mcone, Su?y Hyde, Gnetchen Wnay, Vonald Honan and. Veb Thonp. WlthVorcl and Shawne directing the Layout, sessions the magic oi tno.nsionmlra a ye.cA oi action Into 92 pages oi plctunes was completed. WE HOPE vm ENJOV IT! I mine Johnston At yous advitoss we have felt psi.vile.ged to have worked with you fas the past 3 yeast. Little did we realize how sapidly those yeass would past at ACS. Each yeas bsought fusthes. accomplishments and new goal6. We will always be psoud of the hand wosk and unity which you phoned togethes. We have many memosiet to those and chesish fos yeast to come. As we talked we could laugh, and yet be tesicut. All thote gseat timet can neves be lott os fosgotten. Fsom making pizzas, tubt, meatballs, talad and bsowniet, to tsying to hold doim a tent and putting on playt to seach the ultimate goal and dsearr, fas a tenios tsip. You've wosked and ttudied vesy hasd to seach this plateau and detesve eves wosd of psaise. May the skills, talents, and knowledge you have gained at ACS open doost of tuccest and happiness. At you face each tormossow mo.y you find you’ll alwayt be psepased to meet its challenges and ute its oppos-tunitxes. Keep up th.e fane wosk and tpisit and you will attain all yous dseamt. We want to thank you fas the faisindshipt we faund viith you and hope you neves fasget at the psovesb tayt: Von't walk in faont of me, T may not fallow Don't walk behind me, I may not lead Jutt walk beside, me, and left be fsiendt THANKS AGAIN TCP THE MEMORIES AND KEEP IN TOUCH! Lois Hughes 8 Gene DiCapsio Ms. 8 Mss. Bsadstseet: Best wishes to the Senios Clast Mss. Doss: Best wishes Senioss Sette Wsay: The futuse is youss, set yous goals high Ms. DiCapsio: Best withes Clast of ’’85" Betty Hackimes: Keep seading Best wishes to the. Clast of "85" faorr Mss. Hasdes Ms. Gill: Swim though Ufa with ease! Congsatulations faom Bsuce and M.asge Lehman Congsatulations Senioss faom Ms. Fabes Nss. McNeill: Best wishes to the Clast of "85" Mss. Copp: Felicitaciones a la close de. 1985 Best of luck to the clast of"85",and all the futuse gsaduates of ACS, Ms.Bate Ann Sheswood: With love 8 best wishes fas the futuse Congsatulations and good luck! Commencement meant a beginning, Ms. Hale Jane Tscxell: Alwayt keep yous head up, But be easeful to keep yous note at a fsiendly level. Good Luck to You All Mss. Bakes: Best wishes to the Clast of "85" Mss. Withesow: Whateves you do, do honestly with all yous might, all yous love and with tpisit! Joe Close: Congsatulations to the Clast of "85" Best uishes to the Clast of "S5" faom Mss. Pet.esson Mist KeilA: Best of luck to the Clast of "85" Congsatulations and best wishes fsom the Hosan't Mss. Moose: "This is 7sue": Hang in these Peas Heasts! Mss. McCosmick Mist Medina Mss. Shay Mss. Masth Mist Keating Mss. Napoleon Best withes faom. The Teachess Association of Andoves Centsal Pfcul IjeuKotius Compliments of: Uech Gen-ten WKLLSVILLE HOUSE OF GLASS, INC. GLASS MIRRORS - STORE FRONTS - GLAZING 2oi6ove» ,T2!t(. Paul. J Blitz Les McKay Owner-Manager Kathy Deming Asst. Manager ANDOVER TRADING POST ANDOVER. NY 14806 BOLIVAR ROAD WELLSVILLE. N V PHONE 503-1106 CANNON'S HINTING SUPPLIES - GUNS - BOUGHT - SOLD TRADED AMMO - WOOD STOVES - GROCERIES BEER - GAS Main Street Wellsville, N.Y. Phone: 607-478-8600 Open 7 Days A Week BROWN AND STOUT AGENCY, INC. INSURANCE 125 NORTH MAIN ST. WELLSVILLE, N. Y. 14895 TELEPHONE 593-4296 SSAKS AMD KOSMCK, CO. Bruce Reuning 95 South Main Street Wellsville, N.Y. • Ladies’apparel ♦Dresses Sportswear Style Shoppe"CASEY OPTICAL COMPANY Compel intents 12 Marlin St. — Wellsville. N Y. 14895 - Phone 716-593-6063 Andove R GENERAL HARDWARE QUALITY-VALUE Poulan Q STOVf PIPE • PLUMBING SUPPLIES ROOFING • GLASS CUTTING ANDOVIR 478-8284 lfe l£XQ5 Hot Ufelbvillfe ELECTRICAL • BACKHOE • DUMP TRUCK SERVICE Dale Gaylord CONSTRUCTION BOX 198 • ANDOVER. NY 14806 607-478-8745 34 North Main Street Alfred. New York 14302 PHONE I 071 ST 300 fife- AAv Used Checks Stationery Mm CJHdtUs M eUies SpedM Ctdefs CLINE'S RETREADING CO., INC. II Cer Truck Tires Retreaded Here with e Family Touch for Good Quality 6ervice 81 HANOVER ST. WELLSVILLE, NY 14895 Purina Chow D L FEEDS For All the Farmers' Needs Custom Grinding Bulk Feed Fertilizer Lime TELEPHONE (718)593-6050 Andover New YorkCONGRATULATIONS TO SENIOR CLASS WELLSVILLE TRAVEL SERVICE ■ , INC. BLARNEY STONE INN 168 NORTH MAIN STREET WELLSVILLE, NEW YORK 14895 Compliments of (716) 593-2342 27 MAIN STREET ANDOVER, N.Y. PROP. PAT O'DONNELL DAVIE'S Wellsville New York 54 North Mam Street • Wellsville, New Vtoric 14895 (716) 593-4570 43CcMj %- JDoa Don F. Thorp IaSO’VIC Andover, NY 14P06 (607) 478-8611 Pest wishes to the class of 1985 P lfom J3w£ liJ3ee Glass collision Our very best wishes to the Class of 1985 From the folks at 43urtiset ,s subs - pizza - ice cream Main Street + 417, Andover May you be Blessed + Guided to good things-pdber ' Phamaxij u)e dtfutr fo QnJover Conp imenfs TJu|t?o||dpJ-Cm -fltjterd) 1?01T?€, |ijc. 7 CHURCH STREET Pl oye: 595- ANDOVER, NEW YORK 14806 607-478-8740 13 f. 1 Run UfliMiiit. pA). ms MEMBER CHAMBER OF COMMERCE [ Bill | Gary Jan Sally ANDOVER MEDICAL GROUP, P.C. Deanne Esther 1 nuln uin f — Sfei'e Ar tw Ik mhl forJJiK, Buildings AodoocV, III . H Ob desigi) - coTytrudioQ d) BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1985 Kerton Florist Flowers for all Occasions Mam Street, Wellsville 14895 Dtnwcj MfruAion Co. sewage systans-lendscaplng-durptruck (free estimates) hauling AKDCVER, NY 14806 607-478-8435 JJorth Pki tjorn.ltll.T).lf. %H t3 Monday thru Sat. 8:00-5:00 Thurs. Fri. evenings till ___________________ 8:30 CompUtt ’ Ht Tnt Center Ted TruiquareC0™-) Ltldi (on'j Qasuf-%5” Don fattr fjzerroitt lStlb ui((( fjezf JarFK b rand Cf rh fitdL potatoes oats- 5tft” xm5trttt fcidoVtv. Vliork H Ob Farm X-Mas Trees (607) 478-8805 478-8860 Kathy or Tan To the cli.ss cf 85 and everyone: with love- cIESUS L.OVES Believe on the A. . Lord Jesus TOU Christ, and So Much It Hurts « pany331 478-8368 Qiiea-DiiOtrl: Ik %a«jLlx 4 k £((5Vl|(e,T .l|.HS95 Compliment'S op HMV mmm BhBl TO 2x Y E r= (r c l fj V i St Id) lr% rO iv IB Reer, r do veRl y CQTyplmcnfs of )tk Amlwtr IdioiSrorpai E. Greenwood Street OPENED DAILY 8:00 err. to 9:00 pm Davfe " IT FA.YS TO BUY QUALITY 11 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 85 FROM: 13tw) j rPl cL72lS Wtfinfer WEST DYKE STREET WELLSVILLE, NY 14895 PHONE: 593-4060 JheDill Rckk fipdcMtr VI tJeflsrifk. ptj 95 593 9B89 customliomes + x66ition ijuilbitvg Cont-R cfot RO.ftox loi, n,t?.y. pH: ■Up-S'tfb W806 Compliments of SOUTH MAIN LUMBER Arnoud+D Inc. 'zm Jefferson St. AITPO PARTS BODY SUPPLIES + INDUSTRIE, S03- fJLO (A division of Hollands Limber Co. Inc.) 126 S. Main St. Wellsville, N.Y. 14895 Phone 716-593-4601 Congratulations, Graduates EH air preheater Wellsville, New YorkCdxv Opt c il LtelfrviHe, Qij. -1 5 6063 Bacfcuoocb -tires 'accessories 151 SOUTH MAIN STFFFT' WFTjLSVIIIiF, NEW YORK 14895 PHONE: (716) 593-1111 CANACADEA COUNTRY STORE AND ANTIQUES A collection of hard to find iten.s, Classic and country. 599 Route 244 Alfred Station Hours: Tues- SUN 10-5:30 BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1985 FROM: FUNLAND SKATE CENTER of wellsvi]le, NY 14895Patrons List Best wishes to the. Class o£ "85", Mr. S Mns. Cahill Agway Brooks Farm 8 Home CTP. O'.Dyke St. k'ellsville, HV 14895 John E. Bush Spouting Goods, D'ellsville HV 14895 Fled V. Zcce Music Home, 160 hi. Main St. W ellsville HV 14895 Pine Tree Motel 30 Chestnut AndoveA HV 14806: Congratulations Class o "85" Inom the Pine Tfiee Motel.! 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