Andover High School - Crier Yearbook (Andover, ME)

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THE CRIER VOLUME IV 1960 PUBLISHED BY THE YEAR BOOK STAFF ANDOVER, MAINE JUNE NINETEEN HUNDRED SIXTY c TO MR. HUBERT W. CLEMONS With the deepest respect and appreciation, the class of nineteen hundred and sixty dedicates this edition of the Crier. In thankfulness for his understanding, guidance, and personal interest, we offer this heartfelt and deserving dedication. FACULTY Mr. Hubert W. demons Birthplace: Brownfield, Maine; College: University of Maine; Degree: Bachelor of Science; Subjects: English, French, History; Coach; Dramatics, Prize Speaking, Glee Club, Square Dance Club; National Honor Society Advisor. Mrs. Roberta Learned Birthplace: Bethel, Maine; College: Lesley College, Cambridge, Mass., University of N. H. , Bates; Subjects: Sub-Primary. Mr. George Lord Birthplace: Rumford, Maine; College: University of Maine; Degree: Bachelor of Science; Subjects: Math, Chemistry, Biology, Geometry; Coach: Basketball, Baseball. Mrs. Mary Johnson Birthplace: Portland, Maine; College: Hyannis State Teachers College, Hyannis, Mass.; Degree: Elementary Education; Subjects: Shorthand, Typing, English, Language Arts; Coach: Cheerleading, Softball. Mr. Dean A. McCrillis Birthplace: Quincy, Mass.; College: Northeastern University; Degree: Bachelor of Science; Harvard University; Subjects: Book- keeping, Office Practice, Math, Business Law, History, Science; Yearbook Advisor. ft Seated L-R: B. Maddix, J. Hewey, J. Doyen, A. Perkins, J. Stinson, M. Feener Standing L-R: J. White, L. Akers, D. Tucker, G. Learned, J. Percival, D. Cushing, R. Marston, D. Smith, W. White, J. White, L. Ladd YEARBOOK STAFF Editor-in-Chief Janice Doyen Assistant Editor Jean Stinson Boy ' s Sports Editor Mike Feener Business Manager Janet Hewey Advertising Editor Avis Perkins Girl ' s Sports Editor Bernice Maddix Assistant Editor Richard Marston Assistant Editor Darline Tucker Alumni Editor Darrell Cushing Exchange Editor Dorothy Smith Faculty Advisor Dean A. McCrillis Business Manager Editor-in-Chief J. Hewey J. Doyen SENIORS r M Darrell Dana Cushing i Here is the devil- -and- -all to pay. ---Cervantes Ambition: Undecided Square DanceClub, 3, 4; Boys ' Basketball Man- ager, 3,4; Yearbook Staff, 3,4; Alumni Editor, 4. 4 Janice Elaine Doyen ' Blondie ' The lily and the rose in her fair face striving for precedence. --N. P. Willis Ambition: Beautician Glee Club, 3, 4; Softball, 1, 2, 3,4; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Editor, 3, Editor-in-chief, 4; Square Dance Club, 3, 4; Dramatics, 1, 3, 4; Class Officer, Vice- President, 1; Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Student Council, 2, 3, 4; Secretary, 3, 4; Queen Candi- date, 1; Highway Safety Council, 3; Dirigo Girls ' State, 3; National Honor Society, 3, 4; Secretary, 3, 4; Michael Kenneth Feener ' Mike ' All wish to possess knowledge, but few, com- paratively speaking, are willing to pay the price. Juvenal Ambition: College Skiing, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics, 1, 3, 4; Basket- ball, 1, 4; Baseball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Council, 2, 3, 4; President, 3, 4; National Honor Society, 3, 4; Vice President, 3; President, 4; Square Dance Club, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Boys ' State, 3; Track, 2; Class Officer, President, 1; Vice President, 4; Yearbook Staff, 2, 3, 4; Highway Safety Council, 3. Janet Kay Hewey Who does not know the bent of woman ' s fancy? Spenser Ambition: National School of Aeronautics, Inc. Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Softball, 2; Dramatics, 1, 3, 4; Class Officer, Secretary-Treasurer, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4; Square Dance Club, i, 4; Sec- retary, 3, President, 4; A. H. S. Queen Can- didate, 4; Yearbook Staff, 3, 4; National Honor Society, 4; Treasurer, 4. John William Jodrey, Jr. Put his shoulder to the wheel. Burton Ambition: Undecided Baseball, 1, 2; Basketball Manager, 2. ' John ' Alice Bernice Maddix ' Be mice ' She has an eye that could speak, though her tongue were silent. Aaron Hill Ambition: Nurse Dramatics, 3; Basketball, 1,2; Cheerleading, 3, 4; Head Cheerleader, 4; Square Dance Club, 3, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4; Class Officer, President, 4, Secretary-Treasurer, 1; Queen Candidate, 3; National Honor Society, 4; Vice President, 4. fc Avis Helene Perkins A penny for your thoughts. Swift Ambition: Airline Stewardess Class President, 3; Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Dramatics, 1, 3, 4; Square Dance Club, 3, 4; Yearbook Staff, 2, 3, 4; T. A. B. Secretary, 4; Softball, 2, 3; Carnival Queen, 2; D. A. R. Candidate, 4. Daniel Lester White " Danny ' Speech is great, but silence is greater. --Carlyle Ambition: Oxford Paper Co. Square Dance Club, 3, 4; Vice President, 4; Glee Club, 4. £ £ David Leslie White Believe one who has tried it. Virgil Ambition: Undecided Square Dance Club, 3, 4. CLASS OF I9 60 Our senior year at A. H. S. found us returning with nine members. We started the year well, winning the magazine drive and having our class pictures taken in time to receive them back for Christmas. Our class was very active in sports and school activities. Janet, Janice, and Avis played girls ' basketball. Janice was our only con- tribution to the Softball team. Mike participated in basketball, skiing, and baseball. In the senior play, Which Shall He Marry, Janet, Janice, Avis, and Mike did a splendid job. Bernice was chosen head cheerleader; and Avis, DAR candidate. Most of the class took part in the Glee Club and the Square Dance Club. Janet represented our class as Queen Candidate. Here we are at last - Seniors! We want to thank each and everyone who has guided us during our four years at A. H. S. We realize that we are now on our own, and the future lies ahead. AWARDS This year the eighth grade History Medal went to Theresa Sylvester for outstanding work in American History during the month of February. Every year the regional chapter of the D. A. R. awards this medal to a deserving student who has shown outstanding interest in the history of his country. Every year a girl is chosen out of the Senior class as a represen- tative of the annual good citizenship Pilgrimage of the Daughters of the American Revolution. This year Avis Perkins was chosen DAR candidate. The qualifications for this honor are as follows: leadership, service, dependability, and patriotism. The annual tea was held in Rumford. - o £ t-H | - 1 a rc D o 3 tr W N . o 3 t- ■ P t H P Si ™ 5 ' c 2 " P 5 cT o H 3 Sb ' $ 2 3 S c o g s DIRIGO GIRLS ' STATE Girls ' State is a practical application of Americanism and good citizen- ship. It is an attempt to teach and to impress upon the minds of the young people of America a love of God and Country. At Girls ' State each and every delegate had anequal opportunity to make the most of her stay. Each year over 300 girls in the State of Maine are offered this opportunity, and it is in- deed an honor and an unforgettable experience. The express purpose of Girls ' State is to provide citizenship training for girls of high school age and to help them grasp some of the responsibilities which they must assume in later life. At Girls ' State they are instructed in various governmental func- tions and made aware of the duties and privileges of a citizen. By being of- fered this opportunity, they return to their communities and schools with a new inspiration for the roles ahead as " Citizens of Tomorrow " . DIRIGO BOYS ' STATE American Citizenship is our most priceless possession. In order to take our parts as useful citizens, we must all participate in and contribute our efforts to the civic and political welfare of our county, state, and nation. At Boys ' State, we learned how these obligations are met and how our country, town, and state are run. Our week there proved an invaluable ex- perience for us and was an important part of our high school training. HIT PARADE You Hold The Future I Want To Walk You Home I Want To Get Married Charley Brown Summer Love I ' ve Got Love Mac The Knife Pretty Blue Eyes Among My Souvenirs My Little Marine Handyman The Big Hurt Kewpie Doll Mr. Blue This Could Go On Forever A Penny A Kiss Scarlet Ribbons Unforgettable Little Brown Jug Smooth Operator Come Into My Heart If I Had A Girl Johnny Is A Joker Sub- Primary Dickie Marston Darline Tucker Bobby Hutchins Buddy Chase Ruth Sylvester Ann Morton Gail Learned Norma White Be mice Maddix David White Rank Cards Joanne LeBlanc Linda Akers Bookkeeping Mike Feener Janet Howard Avis Perkins Dickie M. Mike F. Janice Doyen Wanita White Darrell Cushing John Percival WHAT WOULD HAPPEN IF Janet and John couldn ' t ride to school together? David and Danny weren ' t twins? Mike and John couldn ' t talk? Janice and Avis couldn ' t watch certain " Soap Box Operas " ? The Top Hat burned down? Linda and Wanita could speak French? A. H. S. had burned? Mr. Lord ' s dogs barked when they came to school? Mrs. Johnston couldn ' t sew? Jean didn ' t have a license ? WHAT A.H.S. HAS A Janet A Daniel A Marilyn A George A Dean A Robert A Jean A Gail but no Leigh Boone Monroe Gobel Martin Wagner Simmons Storm A Buddy An Arthur A David A John A Janice A Marion A Perkins A Joanne but no Hackett Murray Nelson Wayne Paige Anderson Millie Woodward UNDERCLASSMEN Front Row. L-R: J. Glover, B. Sidelinger, J. Merrill, B. Bailey, G. White, N. Bailey, D. French Back Row: L-R: M. Gammon, P. Farrington, D. Meisner, J. Richardson, M. Blanchard, B. Nevel, W. Stinson, A. Roberts, C. Bolduc, C. Glover, D. Cayer, S. Peaslee. Always Finish I f a task is once begun Never leave it till it ' s done Be the labor great or small Do it well or not at all. Anonymous 1st. Row L. R. 2nd. Row L. R 3rd. Row L. R J. White, J. White, L. Ladd L. Akers, J. Stinson, D. Smith, D. Tucker, W. White F. Remington, L. Jodrey, G. Chase, D. Blanchard R. Hutchins, V. Porter, J. Percival CLASS OF 19 61 President - Jean Stinson Vice-President - Wanita White Secretary and Treasurer - Dorothy Smith Student Council - Dexter Blanchard and Linda Akers We started school this year with fifteen members, losing Joanne White in December. We participated in the Square Dance Club, the Glee Club, and various sports. The boys that participated in basketball were John, Vernald, Dexter, and Buddy. Darline and Jean were on the girls ' basketball team. Lane assisted as scorekeeper. Juliette, Linda, and Wanita tool part in cheerleading. The boys who played baseball in the spring were Dexter, Francis, Robert, Vernald, and John. Linda, Lane, and Jean were on the girls Softball team. John and Buddy represented us in skiing. Lane was the Carnival Queen Candidate this year. 1st. Row L. R. 2nd. Row L. R. 3rd. Row L. R. N. White, M. LeBlanc C. Farrington, M. Smith, G. Learned, R. Sylvester R. White, W. Sylvester, W. Morton, A. Hutchins, R. Marston, L. Littlehale CLASS OF19 62 President - Learned Littlehale Vice President - Norma White Secretary - Carole Farrington Treasurer - Mary LeBlanc Student Council - Gail Learned and Learned Littlehale We returned to school last fall with twelve members present. Carole Farrington, Gail Learned, and Marion Smith took part in basketball, while Richard Marston was our only contribution to the boys ' team. Norma, Mary, and Carole took part in cheerleading, with Norma and Mary as regulars and Carole as a substitute. Richard Marston, Wayne Morton, Richard White, Learned Littlehale, Arthur Hutchins, and Walter Sylvester participated in boys ' baseball. Mary LeBlanc, Carole Farrington, Marion Smith, and Gail Learned played on the girls ' Softball team. Richard White, Arthur Hutchins, Wayne Morton, and Learned Littlehale took part in skiing. Most of us belonged to the Glee Club and the Square Dance Club. Carole Farrington was our Queen Candidate. We, the sophomores, are looking forward to our junior year, when we shall receive our class rings. 1st. Row L-R: J. LeBlanc, M. White, R. Myshrall, B. Hutchins 2nd. Row L-R: V. Jodrey, J. Howard, O. Blanchard, A. Morton 3rd. Row L-R: D. Hutchins, A. Marston, F. Emerson, G. Leroux, J. Garand, A.Dunn, P. Howard CLASS OF19 63 President - Marilyn White Vice President - Virginia Jodrey Secretary and Treasurer - Floyd Emerson Class Reporter - Ann Morton Student Council - Alfred Marston and Gilles Leroux We, the Class of 1963, started our school year with thirteen members. In October, Janet and Phillip Howard joined us. In January, Julien Garand left. This made our total number of members fourteen. Bud and Floyd were on the ski team. They did very well for their first year. Joanne and Barbara went out for girls ' basketball. Ann was sub- stitute cheerleader. Dwight was on the boys ' basketball team. Our candidate for Queen of the A. H. S. Winter Carnival was Ann. We have had a very busy year. We hope next year will be as busy and enjoyable for us. 1st. Row L. R. 2nd. Row L. R. 3rd. Row L. R. : A. Howard, J. Harrigan, M. Meisner, L. Littlehale : T. Emerson, T. Sylvester, B. Hutchins, J. Simmons, A. Hodsdon, S. Dunn R. Swain, D. Smith, D. Remington, T. Michaud, F. Gammon, B. Doyen, F. Christian, G. Peaslee CLASS OF 19 64 President - Robert Swain Vice President - Thomas Michaud Secretary and Treasurer - Fred Christian Class Reporter - Theresa Sylvester We started the school year with eighteen members. During the year we added one more member, Archie Howard. We celebrated Christmas with the high school and had a party and a square dance. We sang with the seventh g rade for the P. T. A. and had refreshments afterwards. We entered the spelling match along with the rest of the school, but we didn ' t get far. Marsha Meisner was chosen queen candidate for the seventh and eighth grades and won. We had a Valentine party on February 12th with the seventh grade. The party turned out fine. The eighth grade History Award was won by Theresa Sylvester. Leon Littlehale was runner-up. 1st. Row L. R.: A. Abbott,, R. Porter, F. Emerson, A. Cole 2nd. Row L,. R. : R. Bailey, T. Remington, V. Bell, L. Farrington, M. Smith, E. Porter 3rd. Row L. R. : V. Hutchins, V. Michaud, R. Jodrey, D. Stinson, J. Doyen, K. Mills, L. Jodrey CLASS OF 19 65 President - Fred Emerson Vice President - Vickie Michaud Secretary-Treasurer - Karen Mills Class Reporter - Terri Remington At the beginning of the year, our class had seventeen students. Before many weeks, Theresa Gallant had left us and Albert Abbott had joined us, leaving us still with seventeen members. We have had a very busy year . We sang for the P. T . A. , had a Christmas party with the high school, and had a valentine party in our room. We have:helped to write and publish our newspaper, The Junior High Journal. We have been active in many ways helping our Queen Can- didate, Marsha Meisner. We joined with members of the high school one day in a spelling match. Karen Mills, of our class, won; and we were very proud of her. m ACTIVITIES ' Si? p LAY 1st. Row L. R. : B. Hutchins, M. LeBlanc, L. Ladd, W. White, M. Smith, M. White, J. White, N. White, J. LeBlanc 2nd. Row L. R. : C. Farrington, L. Akers, B. Maddix, A. Perkins, G. Learned, J. Stinson, J. Doyen, R. Sylvester, J. Hewey, A. Morton, J. White 3rd. Row L. R. : A. Marston, F. Remington, M. Feener, L. Jodrey, W. Sylvester, R. Hutchins, A. Hutchins, R. Marston, J. Percival, D. White, L. Littlehale GLEE CLUB The Glee Club entertained the P. T. A. at a National Honor Society initiation ceremony under the leadership of Mr. Clemons and with the help of Mrs. Warren Percival. The program was opened with the singing of " Home on the Range " and " There ' s Music in the Air " . Following the candle- light ceremony, we closed by singing " Crusader ' s Hymn " and " Steal Away " SQUARE DANCE CLUB President - Janet Hewey Vice President - Daniel White Our monthly square dances were sponsored by Mr, demons and were enjoyed by everyone. At our Christmas party, Ann Morton was chosen Queen. The Queen and Mr. Clemons led the Grand March. Later we danced, played games, and were served refreshments. We hope that next year the Square Dance Club will be as big a success as it was this year. Seated L-R: D. Tucker, W. White, J. Percival, J. Hewey, M. Feener Standing L-R: J. White, J. Doyen, J. Stinson, D. Cushing, A. Perkins, L. Akers Junior - Senior Play This year the Junior -Senior Play was again sponsored by Mr. demons. It was held in the Andover High School Gym instead of the Town Hall as in previous years. WHICH SHALL HE MARRY? a comedy in three acts by Omerea Denison Mrs. Randolph, mother of the Randolph girls. Janet Hewey Elaine Randolph, the beauty of the family Janice Doyen Susan Randolph, the brains of the family Juliette White Patience Randolph, the good angel of the family Avis Perkins Mary Jane Randolph, the youngest member of the family. . . . Wanita White Frankie Randolph, the athletic member of the family Linda Akers Magnolia, the colored cook Darline Tucker Mr. Hinman, a lawyer Mike Feener Dick Evans, a very eligible young bachelor John Percival Prompter Jean Stinson Stage Manager Darrell Cushing This year we used a new type of stage arrangement, theater-in-the- round. The cast presented Mr. demons witha gift to show their ap- preciation for the time and effort he spent to make the play a success. L-R: B. Maddix, J. Hewey, W. White, M. Feener, J. Doyen, J. White, L. Akers NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Last spring, in an attractive candlelight ceremony at the church, five new members were initiated: Janet Hewey and Bernice Maddix as active members; Juliette White, Linda Akers, and Wanita White as probationary members . In January, two more active members were initiated at a ceremony in the gymnasium. These new members were Dexter Blanchard and Jean Stinson. The primary requisite is the attainment of a minimum average of eighty-five percent. After this requirement has been met, students are elected to the society by the faculty on the basis of character, leader- ship, and service. Seated L-R: A. Perkins, M. Feener, R. Swain. Standing L-R: M. LeBlanc, J. White, J. Hewey, J. Percival, M. White, V. Michaud. Magazine Campaign This year our magazine campaign ran for two weeks. It was spon- sored by the Curtis Publication Co. The captains and managers set our goal at $350.00. We went $143.50 over the top. The winning class was the senior class. The class captains were: The managers were: Senior - Janet Hewey Junior - Juliette White Sophomore - Mary LeBlanc Freshman - Marilyn White 8th grade - Robert Swain 7th grade - Vickie Michaud Mike Feener John Percival Back row: Janet Hewey, Ann Morton, Carole Farrington Front row: Lane Ladd, Marsha Meisner A. H. S. CARNIVAL BALL On the evening of February 19, the annual Carnival Ball was held at the Andover High School Gymnasium. The gym was attractively decorated with dark blue and light blue crepe paper streamers, which were upheld in the center by a hoop filled with many pretty colored balloons. The Queen ' s throne was backed with aqua crepe paper and sprinkled with silver snowflakes. Before the coronation, dancing was enjoyed to the music supplied by the Mexico High School Dance Band. Linda Akers, Queen of 1959, led the procession. She was escorted by David White. Following Linda was Janet Hewey escorted by John Percival; then came Lane Ladd escorted by Lorenzo Miller, Ann Morton escorted by Robert MacDonald, Carole Farrington escorted by Jack Ladd, and Marsha Meisner escorted by Tommy Michaud. Marsha Meisner was crowned Queen of the carnival by former Queen Linda. Following the coronation, flowers and gifts were presented. Following the Grand March, the chaperons Robert B. Swain and Carlton Harrigan served refreshments and punch. Dancing was then re- sumed for the remaining part of the evening, and our dance this year was a big success. POPULARITY POLL Girl Most Popular Janice Doyen Best Looking Janice Doyen Best Athlete Avis Perkins Best All Around Linda Akers Best Personality Janet Hewey Favorite Actress ; Actor Wanita White Most Studious Wanita White Romeo Juliet Juliette White Shyest Dorothy Smith Model Student Janice Doyen Most Cheerful Linda Akers Favorite Recreation Dancing Most Popular Subject Math Favorite Sport Basketball Seniors Most Likely to Succeed Janice Doyen School Comedians Norma White Best Figure-Physique Janice Doyen Prettiest Hair Janice Doyen Prettiest Eyes Janice Doyen Nicest Smile Janice Doyen Boy Mike Feener Dexter Blanchard John Percival Mike Feener Dexter Blanchard John Percival Dexter Blanchard Mike Feener Dexter Blanchard Dexter Blanchard Mike Feener Mike Feener Arthur Hutchins Mike Feener Dexter Blanchard Dexter Blanchard Dexter Blanchard FOR THE LOVE OF THE FOREST There is nothing quite so lovely as the forest on a bright sunny day- To sit beside a stream where the atmosphere is cool; To sit on the cool, damp moss and pass the time away; To watch the sparkling beauties glide by in a dark pool. In the forest man sees many wonders before his eyes-- To trudge along on its carpeted floor And watch the animals as they slink by; To soak up all the beauty until he comes once more. To stand in the midst of this untamed wild; To smell the sweet fragrance of the wild flower; To wander through the forest just as a child; To walk along where the tall trees tower. Yes, there ' s nothing quite like the forest With its short stubby Spruce and its tall stately Pine, Where man can find his soul anytime of year, and the magic of life unwinds. Yes, there ' s nothing quite like the forest. Learned Littlehale, ' 62 Seated L-R: J. Doyen, M. Feener. L. Akers Standing L-R: Mr. Lord, G. Learned, G. Leroux, D. Blanchard, L. Littlehale STUDENT COUNCIL President - Mike Feener Secretary-Treasurer - Janice Doyen Mm SOPHOMORE PRIZE SPEAKING ' Don ' t Telegraph - Write ! " Marion Smith ' A White Cross in Korea " Gail Learned ' Eloise " Mary LeBlanc ' Danny ' J Richard Marston ' Are the Darned Things Mushrooms ? ' . ' Wayne Morton s p n T S L-R: M. Feener, D. Marston, B. Chase, J. Percival V. Porter, D. Blanchard, BOYS 1 BASKETBALL We began the season with five regular men from last year. With only one new member, we had a very small team. We won five of our eight League games and tied with Buckfield for the League Champion- ship. In the League Tournament, however, we lost to Woodstock; and we were forced to play a consolation game with Canton the next night. We played much better that night, and we won easily. In the Regional Tournament, we won our first game, which was against Canton. We next played Oxford and lost a hard-fought game. This concluded our regular season. We had only to play a tie-breaking game with Buckfield for the League Championship. The game schedule was as follows: Home A.H.S. Opponent Away A.H.S. Opponent West Paris Oxford Buckfield Canton Woodstock New Sharon 61 28 68 55 40 46 55 Buckfield 60 Woodstock 52 Oxford 52 Canton 34 West Paris 62 New Sharon 32 44 44 67 44 53 40 42 77 83 66 71 Woodstock Canton 51 75 OCSSL Tournament 64 54 REGIONAL Tournament Canton Oxford 64 37 63 59 First row L-R: J. LeBlanc, C. Farrington, J. Hewey, B, Hutchins, Second row L-R: M. Smith, J. Doyen, J. Stinson, G. Learned, A. Perkins, D. Tucker Girls ' Basketball The season was opened this year by our winning two out of four quarter games at the Round Robin in West Paris. Under the direction of our new coach, Raylene Learned, we finished the season with six wins and six losses. Our captain, Avis Perkins, was high scorer with 205 points; Gail Learned, second with 19 6; Marion Smith, 14; Joanne LeBlanc, 5; and Carole Farrington, 3. The guards are also to be commended for their excellent work this year, The scores were as follows: Home Oppenent Andover West Paris 19 18 Oxford 32 37 Buckfield 33 37 Canton 39 32 Woodstock 19 50 New Sharon 28 41 Away Buckfield 25 Woodstock 21 West Paris 30 Oxford 46 Canton 51 New Sharon 23 Opponent Andove r 23 46 26 43 21 49 ipf i Seated L-R: V. Porter, D. Blanchard, W. Morton, M. Feener, J. Percival, L. Littlehale Standing L-R: Coach Lord, A. Dunn, R. Marston, A. Hutchins, R. Hutchins, W. Sylvester, F. Emerson, R. White, D. Cushing BOY ' S BASEBALL During the 19 59 baseball season, we worked hard but won only one of our games. We hope to do much better in I9 60. We are all looking forward to spring training and our first game. The schedule was as follows: May 10 - Andover vs Buckfield May 12 - Andover s West Paris May 14 - Andover vs Woodstock May 18 - Andover vs Buckfield May 27 - Andover vs West Paris May 28 - Andover vs Woodstock A.H.S. Opponent 10 16 4 2 15 23 5 12 5 9 7 16 1st. Row L. R. : C. Farrington, M. LeBlanc, J. LeBlanc, A. Morton 2nd. Row L. R. : W. White, L. Akers, J. Stinson, G. Learned, M. Smith, L. Ladd. Absent, J. Doyen GIRL ' S SOFTBALL We had a successful year under the management of Miss Milledge, Even though we lost Raylene Learned and Sharon Fitzherbert, we hope to do even better with our new coach, Mrs. Johnston. L. R.: W. White, A. Morton, B. Maddix, Head Cheerleader, N, White, J. White, L. Akers, C. Farrington, M. LeBlanc CHEERLEADERS The cheerleaders had a busy and active season, We cheered at all the League games both at home and away. The games were all so ex- citing and our boys did such a fine job that it made our task easy. . , it is always fun to cheer for a team that has so much spirit. Through the efforts of Mrs. Johnston, we acquired new uniforms. These were green circle skirts and vests worn with long sleeved white blouses . Next year we hope to cheer our team on to the top of the league. f fie L-R: A. Dunn, J. Percival, G. Leroux, A. Hutchins, W. Morton, M. Feener, F. Emerson, R. White SKI TEAM This year the ski team began training early. We soon felt the loss of T. Learned, J, Ladd, and H. Morton, who graduated last year. In the class B meet we lost heavily in slalom and could not regain suf- ficient points in the remaining events to overtake Farmington. This year ' s meets were as follows: Mexico Carnival Farmington Carnival Class B meet Class A meet Andover Carnival 2nd place 3rd place Znd place last place cancelled Winners of individual honors this year were Wayne Morton and Mike Feener. Wayne, who won the Class B x-Country this year, is a sophomore: his next two years show much promise for both Class A an ' Eastern Competition. We hope to have new members next year to strengthen the team. TAB SECRETARY TYPING I ALUMNI NOTES 19 59 Leon Alley-Coast Guard Jean (Cushing)Akers -West Peabody, Mass. June (Farrington)Richard- Roxbury Pond, Maine Sharon Fitzherbert-Andover, Maine Winona Myshrall-Andover, Maine Raylene Learned- Andover, Maine Thomas Learned- Paul Smith College, N. Y. Hugh Morton-Andover, Maine Joan Stinson-Farmington State Teachers College, Farmington, Me Jack Ladd- Oxford Mill EastAndover, Me. 1958 Beverly (Akers) Swan -Andover , Maine Micheline Favreau-St. Louis Hos- Jean(Chase)Gammon- Andover, Maine pital, Berlin, N. H. William Crooker, Jr. -East Harold Hutchins- Andover, Maine Andover, Maine Iver Marston-MVTI, Portland. Me. Sandra Emerson -Andover, Maine Paul Richard- Oxfoi d Mill, Roxbury Pond, Maine 1957 Charles Akers-U. of M. , Orono, Me. Priscilla(Morton)Hodgkins : N. J. Calvin Baker-Air Force Thomas Dunn-Navy Barbara Blanchard-New York City Elaine(Gammon)Akers -Andover, Me. Phyllis(Deanis)Nicolus-Rumford, Me. Gloria Hutchins -Andover, Me. Victor Richard- Oxford Mill, Roxbury Pond, Maine 1956 Leon Dunn- Oxford Mill, Rumford, Me. Robert Hines-Navy Judy(Feener)Kittredge-Bath, Me, Joy Glover-Preston Insurance Agency, Farmington, Me. Stephen Hall-Air Force Theodore Purcell-Navy Theodore Reed-Navy Donna(White)Hall- Caribou, Me 1955 Judy(Doyen)Hall-Farmington, Me. Gerald Deanis-Navy Clinton Littlehale-Navy Helen(Lang)Deanis -Rumford, Me, Lorenzo Miller-Andover, Me. JUNIOR AND SENIOR HOMEROOM SOPHOMORE HOMEROOM FRESHMEN HOMEROOM SEVENTH EIGHTH GRADE HOMEROOM .6 c o A. H. S. Photo Album SOPHOMORES I ' M GOGGLE EYES OVER YOU. FLOYD FRANKIE BUD BUZZY WALTER BATHING BEAUTIES THE BOOSTER CLUB We wish to express our appreciation and thanks to the people whose com- plimentary subscriptions have helpedmake the publication of this book possible . Mr. StMrs. Harold Bodwell St Ruthie Mr. William French Mr. St Mrs . 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