Portage Township School - Reflector Yearbook (Portage, PA)

 - Class of 1954

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Home Economics Mrs Georgva Oster d B G English Lnbrcry Mr Robert Spackey Ed B G Musuc Drnver Educahon 33- 6 A N434-rf ,-Wx S- viva Mr l-ours Wnllnoms B S Ohio State B G S U Scuence Mn Ahrgoret Eckert B G S U CIMO Umverslfy Furs? and Second Grades Mass Grace Bochman ASIA UHYIAL1, Mrs Lnlluan DGVIQOD Ed B G Fnfth and Snxfh Gmdes Mass Lucy Haywood Elem Ed B G M A. Northwesfem Umversufy Religious fducahon B G S U Ohso Umvemty Third and Fourfh Grade 7 Lunchroom Workers grunt: ..wNssK L i 8 .mL Our Bus Drivers .1351 llfflbkldif Do ncaa Anbefsyae Harold Lukm Pm Daneman Our Custoduans M andMn Albnsyae 9 - -.P ,, , ,1.-.- W- LV- ,W ,sy h ' b . ,. , :-fXn'evf'gpim , .1 . -,, ' 1 . : n i , r n r, , 9 r. . r n r Freshman lnufnatuon Ch How I Remember That Day Senior Class IO Y W W Flower Whrte Rose WHS I Q Z R ,QM Colors Gray and Maroon Motto Lufe us what you make nt Melvin Boteson, Vuce President, Marcello Stein, Secretary Treasurer Mrs. Cline, Sponsor, Roger Abke, Presldent. Q, g. 1 5 --an . X '17 x ' "Tiff W, ,...ul' L . S E 2 ---- Il 0 0 ' j I r "4 xi I2 ROGER ABKE B1r1'l1day Class Officer Mixed Chonas Basketball Baseball Musrc Feshval Drunahcs Paper Staff Annual Staff Science Club Quarlette Trumpet Tno May9 l936 3-4 ROBERT BATESON MELVI N BATESON B1 rfhday Baseball Track Dranahcs Glee C ub Science Club Class Offrcer Annual Editor Paper Staff February 22 1936 B1 rfb day Mrxecl Chorus Musrc Feshval Dramahcs Paper Staff Annual Staff Quarhtfe Mqyawse 12-4 12-4 1-4 .... I-2-3-4 ' ..l-2-3-4 Band ...... ..l-2-3-4 ..l-2- ..l-2-3-4 ' ' ...2-3 ' .... .... 3 -4 ..2-3 ' ..2-3-4 ...2-3 .......l-2-3-4 Basketball. . . ...... l-2-3-4 ...3-4 Band ...... ..... I l .... ..l-2-3 ' ...2-3-4 ' ...l-2-3-4 ..3 ' --3 Band ........ ..--3 ' ' ...-2 ' ..... ...3-4 .... ...2-3 I3 1 31" "vu 0" ROBERT DAUTERMAN Bn rthday May 2 1936 Basketball Baseball Muxed Chorus Band Nhsnc Festival Dramatucs Quartette Science Club Trumpet Trno Lubraruan Annual Staff ,915- Os' 1,--vs' JAMES DE LPH Bnrthday Sept 5 36 Ptolectnon Club Glee Club Baseball Dramatucs Class Offucer Annual Staff CARL HAGEMEYER Blrthday. . March l5, l936 Basketball .... . . .l 2 3 4 Mnxecl Chorus - . l Science Club. . . . . 4 Dramatlcs. . 3 4 Annual Staff . 4 I4 WF? aw B" SWK? wg? .41 3 wp tzsk 'ni 'l BEN KEERAN Bnrthday Dec 29 1935 Mnxed Chorus Basketball Baseball Dramatncs Paper Staff Annual Staff Scnence Cluh 23-4 Y' X',-' .,,.: spy. . 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Baseball ....... . . ...l2 Proiection Club .... . . l-2 l gl -Q " A A W MAX LAYMAN Bnrthday Dec 23 l936 Glee Club Baseball Prolectnon Club Basketball Dramatlcs Annual Staff ?""'-4, wiv' aff Track ....... . Science Club. . . . Paper Staff .... . Annual Staff. . . Dramatics .... 4 .....l2 . . Q -3-4 -3- -3- K x ... Ups T ' . , v 'F f f rwwls 'W 3 5 ,- gs.. Burtlwday Maxed Chorus Band Dramatucs Lnbraruan Baseball Basketball Manager Class Offucer Annual Staff Paper Staff Quartette Music Festival 3 TRAVIS TEFFT August 2, l936 ig? BlYs4,i JACK Mc PHERSON Bu rthda Aug 28, 1936 Y Basketball Mixed Chorus Baseball Prolechon Club Annual Staff Paper Staff Class Offucer Dramatlcs I5 2 2 SNES 4 if mix ,X A fs Mf-Lf -F Llfl ' ' ..... 4 - , ' ......... ..... l ' ...I l... .1,2,3-4 ----3 ....1-2-3-4 -- ---4 . ....3-4 .... . . .. 4 .. ....2-3 ' ' .. . ...2-3-4 - ' y A kfix i I . , ...za 1 ..... :::..'. 1- -3-4 4: ' .. ..... l-3 ' ..... . ...1- -3-4 1" 'bl' at B ' ' . .. .. .... 3-4 I p g ,f . .4 ' .... 3-4 H ' Xfqfx MARILYN MILLER Birthday December II 1936 Mlxed Chorus Girls Glue Club Dramchcs Class Officer Llbrarlan Annual Staff NORMA McCONE Bnrfhday Aprnl 3 1936 Mnxed Chorus Band Dramahcs Annual Staff Gnrls Glee Club Class Offucer Lnbraruan MARCELLA STEIN Birthday Dromahcs Mixed Chorus Gnrls Chorus Class Offucer Scuence Club Paper Staff Annual btcff Lnbrarlan Senuor Class History Twelve years ago un l942 our class began uts educatuon and was guuded through the furst duffucult years by patuent teachers Our furst grade teacher was Mrs Ruth Eusenhour At the begunnung of our furst year there were twenty, but only mne of them have been here the twelve years They are Travus Tefft Max Layman Carl Hagemeyer Robert Bateson Jum Delph Melvun Bateson Roger Abke Norma McCone and Robert Dauterman ln our second grade Muss Hussong was our teacher and thus year Margaret Coppler and Marulyn Muller louned our class Muss Bachman was our teacher un the thurd and fourth grades, thus year Marcella Steun and Jack McPherson louned our class from Dowlung Dunbrudge School Dustruct Mrs Rose was our fufth and suxth grade teacher Thus year Bull Meeker Luna Hartsough Jack Coyer and Myron Chamberlaun louned us Thus year Marulyn Muller left us ln the seventh grade the enrollment decreased to seventeen Then there were fourteen boys and three gurls We were gettung all excuted about goung upstaurs Luna Hartsough left our class thus year ln the eughth grade Marulyn reuouned us from Luberty and .lack Coyer was taken ull wuth poluo Ben Keeran also uouned us thus year Well, at last we were freshmen and were unutuated l thunk all of us had fun Thus year Fred Muller left us and thus left thurteen boys and three gurls Thus year we started to work toward earnung money to take us on our Sensor Trup Now we were tenth graders and thus year Davud Ellus uouned us Thus was the year when we unutuated the Freshmen Funally we were lunuors Thus year we had fu fteen members We receuved our class rungs and produced our furst class play under the durectuon of Mrs Oster and ofcourse the bug socual event the Junuor and Senuor Banquet Thus year we lost three members Davud Ellus, Myron Chamberlaun and Evelyn Blasuus Now we enter our last year of school We now realuze our last lap of our hugh school career was comung to an end We now have fourteen -eleven boys and three gurls We had lots of fun our lcst year of school although ut meant lots of work too We took subscruptuons for magazunes gettung ads plannung our annual and decudung on our trup and many other thungs that took tume Also there were plans for partnes and the last bug events of Baccalaureate, Sneak Day and Commencement Our last hugh school days have gone swuftly After graduatung the fourteen members of the class of 1954 wull leave Portage Townshup School wuth many memorues of the happy tumes and the sad tumes too that they have shared together durung theur twelve years of school lufe We wush to thank our patuent teachers for everythung they have done for us Luttle dud we real uze twelve years ago that these years were the ones to really shape our luves and be the foundatuon of our educatuon un the future We wush to thank all our parents and fruends for everythung they have done for us to make ut possuble to go on our Senuor Trup T7 0 . . . . . 1 .. . . . . . . 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Senaor Class Prophecy On Nby 26 l984 two prosperous lookang men boarded the space shap Mar Sat for a week end trap to Mars and Saturn They were Mel Bateson and Rog Abke partners an a 20 O00 acre chanchnlla ranch an the southwestern desert lands of what was once known as Texas They were on a trap to look over land on Mars wath a vaew to expandang thear actavataes As they entered the shap they were greeted by an old classmate the new Space Control Commander Carl Hagemeyer who was makang a routane anspectaon tour of the planets He anformed them that they would fa nd other old classmates already on board the shap and that they needn t worry about havang any trouble gettang there because the shap was constructed and safeguarded by Mr Travas Tefft owner and presadent of the Tefft Shap Corp The equapment and controls as well as the style of the shap was created and desagned by the corporatlons very capable chaef desagner Benlaman Keeran They hurraed aboard sance at was blast off tame and the shap had a very taght schedule to make It as hard to make up lost manutes Carl saad as the farst flaght from earth to Mars takes only 58 manutes and the second lap to Saturn takes only 58 manutes more They had no sooner seated themselves when Mr James Delph an old fraend of thears greeted them As everyone knows he was lust recently elected Democrat Nataonal Chaarman and hopes that someday a member of has party wall agaan occupy the Whate House Well out an space they decaded to make themselves comfortable so they turned on their space T V and were gust an tame to catch the lO 000th news cast of John Cameron McPherson Just last week he was rated as the Unaverse s top news commentator Has report was very anterestang to them as at pac tured the Presadent pannang enough medals on Azlmaral Willaam Nkeeker to fall a space shap Admaral Meeker as commander ofa large submarane fleet of the U S Navy usual he was flartang wath the femanane passengers They also met Marcella Stean, who was on her way to a dude ranch on Saturn for a couple of week s vacataon She has a posataon as secretary to the presadent of Willys Stratospherac Jeep Corp whach turns out the Jet Jeep for commercaal travel on Saturn They were surprased to see Norma McCone as the very effacaent and helpful stewardess and she took great paans to make thear trap more comfortable and enloyable Gbservang a very quaet lady seated an one corner they asked Norma who she was Norma told them that she was an old fraend of thears Mzaralyn Maller who had lust been chosen as the typacal housewafe of l984 and had been gaven the trap as part of her praze Nearang Mars, they decaded to get up and walk around proachang the rear of the shap they happened to catch a glampse of the freaght room and notaced that at contaaned a lot of movae making equipment The guard told them that at belonged to 30th Century Fox and that the well known movae darector Robert Dauterman, was makang a 4D productaon on Mars Returnang to thear seats Rag bumped anto a man wath has hat pulled over has eyes and has coat collar up Both has hat and strange black carryang case were knocked to the floor Why Mel saad aren you Max Layman'-7 l aan tsayan nothan as all the answer he gave them for thas and many other questaons asked ham Puzzled they returned to thear seats Notacang everythang that happened, Mass McCone told them that he was Max Layman and that he was a secret couraer for the F B l and that nothang was known about has massaon After an uneventful trap they arraved at thear destanataon on tame I8 U I I . I I - I I ' I . I . . T I I I , . - . . . . I . . , I . . , . . I . . . - I . . . ll ' - ll . ll u . I I . ' ll l I . . I l I I . I . I . ' ' , . . , . . . . . - ' I Before reaching fvkars, they had a chat with Robert Bateson, cartoonist for the New York Times. As , . ' I . . . . , . . . . , I . . . I 0 . . I . , , n . I - . I I ' . . . I ' n I I ll ' . . a I I aa It ll ll 1 1 a I ' Ill ' ' . . ., , . C ass Wall Dewar assa P ag lowws 'W 'ww oody w by s our slave rllyn ll my name Qaoclnl Yo rr e next Jet, that comes laws lef v I n :Ty to keew aol 1 -xmenncan Lxwerrwwenl lo Dear' Rrch 1 so Marcella blenn wnll m ,ob as Secretary T e lfre e 1 or Cl ss rd anyo e w we f Bull Iveelcer wull my baseball abrluty To B1llEcl4erl Joel wxCP+1e.m will my beoumuu bold To rm., slmffe. Carl Hagemeyer will my heughf lo La y le n Bob Bafeson will my abnlnty To get along wth the leachers fo Harry lxen Norma McCone will my shorthand ablllry to Terry M:Cone .lam Delph wnll my humorous abnllty To Ralph Chandler Roger Aoke wnll my abnlufy fo keep sn trouble To Jun McPherson Melvrn Bateson wall my abmlnty to talk to anyone who wall use T Max Layman wnll my abnlnfy un benuor math to Bull Rqge Ben lxeeran will my basketball abnlufy fo John Swanson Bob Dauferman wall my abnluly fo keep auf of trouble to anyone who needs lf wufness whereof, we the sensor Class have set our hand this 26th day of May on the year of our Lord one Thousand mne handr d and flffy four I nfnesse Th Signed I9 I c Ne, Yhe ff ' fl ' 5 orl We .r big- So aol, For fagv, Cl 'ly belrg al savwcf 'rlnfz l ' ,do l erel V' make thi last ,-.ill and re fr 'nl. l, Ma ' Ml er, will. "L fe" H . "V sf-' 1 . along, l, l ' Fl, fi l my ab'l' ' e 'e in " my 1. re .' ard rr, l, ' F ' , ' y ' J ' - 5'r1CSrJl I' O 'H S rl X G L He vl , .f urls ll. I, . .v I . . . . . ll I -Q I . . . U 1 l, ' , ' ' rr l . Il I . . . V. - H , If 1 i . . . n V r I, . I . 1 . . l If ,. I . . . . . I 0 If . I . . . V , 3 D I, I . . . . A . . . 'I , I . . . h ll n I . . . . . In . I - . I K . N . 4 1 ' , ' e ' - '. VV : ' : Sensor Class Trap We leave from Bowl mg Green at 7 00 p m Sunday May 30 on the Baltimore and Ohuo Ambassador Enroute the tram passes throuqh Akron fthe rubber centerl Youngstown Pnttsburgh lthe steel centerl and Cumberland fthe second largest clty an Marylandl The second mormng we arrave at Wcshungton D C at 8 20 a m Thus mormng we wall vlsnt the Bureau of Prmtung and Engraving the Umted States Caputol Bunldmg Congressronal Lrbrary and Supreme Court Luncheon wull be served nn the hotel dnmng room The after noon has been left open for rndnvudual pleasure At 6 00 p m dmner at the hotel and at 8 OO p m there wull be a party at Loew s Caputol Theatre The thnrd mormng after breakfast an our hotel we wall take a tour through the clty and suburbs vlewnng Embassies the Lmcoln Memorual and the Washmgton Monument Thus even mg we wnll take a moonlrght cruuse on the Potomac The fourth mormng we leave our hotel by bus for a tour mcludung the White House Natnonal Cemetery We will stop at the Jefferson and Lmcoln Memorrals before boardnng the B and O Streamluner the Royal Blue for New York Cnty The fafth day we wnll take a sux and a half hour tour of Upper and Lower Manhattan Island mcludmg Central Park Grant s Tomb the Cuvrc Center Bedloe Island and the Statue of Luberty At 5 OO p m we wlll go to Radio Cnty Music Hall and ln the evenung vlslt NBC Studnos and the Observatuon Roof of the Raduo Corporatnon of Amernca Burldung The sixth mormng we will take a yacht trlp around Manhattan lsland upon completion of which we will vnsnt the United Natuons Buuldnng At 8 OO p m we wall take a mght club tour which wall last tall 2 30a m The seventh day IS open and we do not have any deflnlte sught seemg arrangements At 6 l5 p m we wlll board the Baltumore and Ohio Motor Coaches at our hotel and return to Fostorua on the B 8- O Shenandoah The erghth day we wnll arruve at Fostorva at lO 30 a m 20 U 0 ' : . . , , ' ' H ll ' ' I . I I . . . I . . Z O . . . . . . . . I . . . . I . . I n . . . . I - . . . . I . 'I . I . , . . . . , . . . I . . I . . I . . . I . I . . . - . y . . . I Arlington, Alexandria and Mount Vernon and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington . . . , , . o . . . . . I I I I . . . . i I . . : . . , ' ' . . , . . : ' . I . . . 0 Il Il . I . . . : . . MR AND MRS STULL '3- O60 of LOOK AT THAT SMILE JACK 'T"4 USHERS999? THE MUSIC GOES ROUND AND ROUND 3-.w""' s- TRA V4 ,,,......-uuunvvvf PALDH THAYER CHI TRAINING ii' Xa ,MS WHO S GOING TO DRIVE99 f f ? Melvin Bofeson N ,.......,...wf. , ..,. W,..,ff,,, : ' 'l,Lv99'51 . MfQr 1 1 i i ir '3 . , L. ,M x-,l,,, . K 9 vvfo- KWWL. ' . an Q .. ,Mg .1-r 14 9' ...dmv- ,. ...,.., , 3 7 mf, Marcella Stein Jackie McPherson Bobbie Douierman Roger Abke . Nw ' 1 ,Kit Jimmy De Iph Benny Keeron R E -' , zlf s ., 'Q .. A Max Layman ' Q Carl Hagemeyer J mm awww . Q' NB 5 N X if Bobbie Bateson Marilyn Millar Billy Meeker 22 Norma McCone Travis Te ff? 4:71:11 Junior Class Left fo Rnghf Rxchcrd Bushman Trecsurer Nh Selple Sponsor Anna Rucard Vnce Presndent June Wickcrd Secretary Bull Rose Presldent l Phyllis Boice 0 is Peggy Bursnelc ,IQ "'-'EV Rnchcrd Buchman .lcnsce Homes 24 Joan Kerr ' 7 ,. : I . ,, v ' . f, is : I f - 1 P I I ' . . I I . Z-,Yi K 11 . ' - XX N H' .AQ Rosanna Kerr Bull Rose Raymond Keys .-P' -gf uv- Jomes lem Anna Rrcord , Larry Sha ffer ,JF Duane Richardson .bm Wickord 25 Sophomore Class ""'1v- l-efl' fo Ruglwf Ado Young Vlce President Mr Weber Sponsor Duck lem Presudent and Plwyllns Keeran Secretary Treasurer M56 Wayne Allen Sharon Bomer 9? 'Q Y""'7 Luella Chambers Bill Eckert 26 QQQ1 ,V 1 , 4 'W i sf' 17 41' Rn chord lem Norman Lepper 3' W 4, Phyllrs Keeron .hm McPherson James Walters I'-.xi Shelva Tefft Q--Q Carol Wnsemon 27 Ada Young WI- Freshman Class fff l.efffoRlgl1f Bruce Bonce Pres: dent Janet McPherson Treasurer Mr Lukens Sponsor Sue Buchman Vrce Presldenf Elnore Ln ncle me yer Secretary ,pb OC' James Cavnn Bruce Bouce l SUB BUCl1mGf1 Ralph Chandler 28 s 'X- ' Vi I ,Ali X 9 I . Nik 0, ' ' 7. .. X . : . I ..- P 1 I - 1 I , ' ' 1 , . sl ' s 5 V ' iff? 'l ' Q ' ,VX I l -cfs? Gerald Eschedor Larry Franks I...-,JV ,.- Hurruson Kerr V1- nf- Elnore Lindemeyer i' ' .bmi Nt Pherson 2 Clufford Homes Q0 F fi Nf' xf . QP' .5 4 xx ' . J 9 . . , l dv- J X -Af rx Q 4 N 0 . In . Q f -3 1 fl F . -'sri Nathan Miller L' Victor Reynolds A-v N-dl ,....,.f" Regina Reynolck Charles Stem 30 r ' I X 1- , Wt? .yr , 1' Lowell Richardson 9-Q l Manlyn Willnamson , A B J . 1 la? It fff X f y ' -ziflflf, 1 lil' Fx we W X I Eighth Grade l-eft to Right Front Row Roselyn Spam Joan Bateson Joyce Kerr Marlene Flames Carron Hnllard Carrol Hnllard Judy Rrcard Terry Mccone Back Row Ed Weaver Gary Wickard John Swanson Janet Kerr Gary Kerr Clayton Mathnle Margaret Laws Mr Spackey Presudent V President Secretary Treasurer News Reporter Student Councul Larry l-em Clayton Mathule Marlene Flames Roselyn Spam Joyce Kerr Judy Rucard ' 5 I 1 1 I I I ' : I I I I I 1 f ' . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 . . . Q - . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seventh Grade left to Rrght lst row Rodney Dauterman Dudley Dauherman Connne Dauterman Beverly Kerr Conme Maller Lola Mae Kerr 2nd row Mr Willuams Bull Reynolds JrmDautem1an Davnd Underwood EdPhullrps Gerald McCartney Davud Walters Ed Chambers President V Presldent Secretary 81 Treasurer Student Councnl News Reporter Bull Reynolds Jum Dauterman Beverly Kerr Edwln Chambers Davrd Underwood . . - 1 ' I I - - I a :' I I I I Q I I ' , 1 on... no , - . Qannnnf ..- ... . -- , . noon ae 1 an- as 33 Fifth Sixth Grades left to rlght lst row Bully Glaser Lee Bursnelc Gene Phullnps James Kerr Larry Maller 2nd row Delores Klger Teresa Flames Nina Afkm Sandra Kuger Lynn Wlseman Sharon Ruble Joyce Phrllnps Bonme McConald 3rd row Sharon Haines Vnola Cestrench Bonme Bateson Sandra Basrlnus Donna Wrntermuth Sharon Swanson Janet Wnckard 4th row James Sevnlle Jerry Glaser Davud Ruchardson Richard Joseph Kenneth Reynolds Robert Shetzer Don Wnllnamson leo Price Absent Sylvra Soddler 34 1 . ' . . . . 1 ' ' I I I I ' : I I I I I I , . 1 I I I I I I . Q . . . . ' I I I I I I I ' ' . Third-Fourth Grades l-eff fo right lst row George Nnos Darrell Reynolds Carl Helnze Micky Shetzer Robert Rubel Clyde Reynolds John Reynolds 2nd row Sharon Long Mary Bofeson Marylnn Dauterman Lmda Richardson Jeanette Aiken Gwen Bouce Marilyn Rubel Sandra Duquetfe Sheryl Nbrfz 3rd row Robert Weaver Tnmofhy Buchman Nancy Wnckard Sharon Kerr LaDonna Coale louise Reynolds Carol Brand Judy Willuamson John Hnmes Donald Meyer 4th row Howard Oesfrnch Rnchard Swarson Davld Blsbee Dallas Mafhnle John Fbnschen Jnmmy Green Loyal Mandmenf lxblson Smnfh Dovud Mears Absent Sheryle Coale 35 . ' 1 I I . I . I I I ' : I I . I . . I . I I I . I I ' : I l I . I I I l I I . I . I ' 1 . I . I . . I . I I 1 . . . I I I ' - - First-Second Grades Left to Raght Front row Mnke Wallace Paul Flames Mackey Frank, Harold Hrmes Jummy Fruth Donald Welker Ernest Bevelhymer Peter Hernze 2nd row Peggy Wickard Marilyn Cole Lmda Nkudment Sue Ann Massey Lmda Rcchardson Lunda Lou Plnlllps Beverly .lo Hnllard Shrrley 'vbrtz Janet Motuucka Slnrley Busbee Martha Oestrench 3rd row Donald Mears June Bateson Sharon Shaffer Nancy Long Connre Keys Wilma Kerr Loss Erlert lee Ann Reynolds Sharon Swartz Beverly McDonald 4th row Rrchard Lemmerbrock Arnold Reynolds Tommy Mauk Robert Humes Davrd Paul Henschen Tommy Reynolds David l-ee Henschen Jerry Frank larry Basbee Clrfford DUVIS Absent Sally Mathrle 36 . . . . . . ' ' I I I . - I I I ' D - . . . ' I I I I . . . 1 . . Q 1 I I I I I . . 1 n : I I I I I . f I I I I ' . . . - ' I I I I I - . . I I I I I . Q -1311-5 K. 15g,gg?if Alf 'Stn h :Q V .. u-sw. Ve , J '37 22532 554151. - A E W in 3 X xxkx Haw ii , , ff' 'W-. li Q 1- ,. - 3 ' 'EI .535 F1ig,?S5ib K A Qi L' K - ii." 1 fifif- j - " mi ,. X M xiii' X rig Our Cheedeoders .IutMPh LueIIChombersJo W'kd R vvvua K'w96DHn:n l 'i l MHIPS 39 C3ur Sensor na c arson, a , ne scar, Anna icard. a 3 Ja Jo W 'Z' Q- nf- ag . g ww . . , mV . 3' Q .. .3 A ww D ? gf' XI r. illi Lett to Ruglwt Seated Larry Shaffer Bull Rose Blll Meeker Duck l.eln James Cavan Bull Eckert Manager Bruce Borce Standung Mr Plwrllrps Jim McPherson Rrclnarcl Buclwman Carl Hagemeyer Ben Keeran Roger Abke Mel Bateson Varsaty lndlvndual Scoring Player B Keeran Shaffer Abke M ateson 'Vleeker Vlc Phe rson Rose G Varsity Record Total Te am Iey 6 Montgomery Tontogony Bloomdale Liberty Weston Jackson North Baltumore Grand Rapids Pembervnlle Hasklns Tontogcmy Rlsrng Sun Lake Bloomdale Lake Totals 40 O Q Q F. . F. S. . 66 78 2lO l.. 60 42 l62 R. 4l 33 l I5 . 3 33 I7 83 B. 1 ' 33 E7 83 C, Hogemeyer 25 27 77 2l 29 7l li. l l 7 29 to Th 't W 7? 44 4-l 5l 80 78 ' 67 39 55 52 57 55 ' 66 52 ' 72 55 ' 53 45 ' 56 55 59 82 ' ' V 74 64 77 43 72 68 66 55 967 838 l ,i ,J Reserve Basketball Team l-efttollught Front row BrllRose Jum McPherson Ruchard Back row Mr Phrllups James Cavm Ralph Chandler Charles Stem Bruce Bolce 42 Buchman, Bill Eckert, Dlick Lein. I I Reserve lndavaducl Player Jr m McPhe rson lem Buchmon Eckert Colvm Jack McPherson Rose Chandler Meeker Te om Monfgomery Tonfogony Bloomdale Llberfy Weston Jockson North Bolhmore Grand Ropuds Pembervnlle HC!SkIDS Tonfogony Rusmg Sun Lake Bloomdole Reserve Re 43 Scoring cord 10101 They U Q I F. G. F. S. ' 36 35 107 D. ' 31 43 105 R. 32 14 78 B. 26 14 66 J. ' 28 9 65 18 14 50 B. 12 11 35 C. Sfein 15 3 33 R. 5 5 15 B. 4 5 13 We 24 46 37 12 25 40 ' 43 44 52 51 36 49 ' 40 63 ' 64 59 ' 44 56 ' 42 35 49 76 ' ' 36 37 39 66 38 68 Junior High Basketball lofftohdml Seated Dudley Dauhrman Clayton Mafhnle EdChambers BullReynolds Rodrey Standing Gary Kerr Jim Dauferman EdPl1llllps .bhn Swanson David Underwood David Walters M' Plnllups Coach 44 . ' : I . I I . I Dau terman . . : I I ' . I I ' I . , . , . Te am Lnberfy Weston Jackson North Balhmore Grand Raprcls Haskms Tonfogany Junior Hugh Record Junior High Cheerleaders Conme Dauferman Carron Hnllard Judy Rncard Carrol Hulland 45 -waiv- They O We ' 41 39 16 33 52 22 ' 25 70 ' 41 44 ' 36 58 38 26 fi 4 ' 32 F E2 J K J At ' is C I 1 'Q' f 4 A I 3 Q Baseball Team T4 9 G uv-We left to Right Front row Duck lem, Melvun Bateson Ben Keeran Bull Meeker Jack McPherson Larry Shaffer Bruce Bouce Back Row Mr Phnllnps Bull Eckert Roger Abke Jack McPherson James Cavan Raymond Keys 46 1953 Dlstrtct Champnons Portage s three tume Wood County Champions traveled to Clyde Ohio un May for the Dnstrnct Tournament ln the furst game we downed Troy 4 0 nn a fine no hntter In the second game we shut out the New London mne 2 O For the final round we met our old local ruvals the Luberty Lrons and agaun we were able to defeat them thus tume by a score of 5 2 playung brulluant ball defeated us 2 O 1953 Wood County Tournament In the Wood County Tournament last fall we met Pembervulle un the Fnrst contest and the Panthers dusplayed thelr champlonshup form as they won 15 2 ln the second game we were agaun vnctornous as we downed Grand Rapuds 7 3 Lake how ever took us out ofthe tournament as they won a no hitter from us l5 O So at was not to be that we were to have our fourth stralght champuonshlp but we are still proud of our tune team who has always done sts best and who have always played tune clean a 47 U U O , - . . 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Q J fee Q3-,Q 9'6QnQ QQ., Student Councnl Back row EdChanbers Vuctor kynolds Mr Weber Larry Shaffer Luella Chambers ? 54 o left to Ridrf. Front row: Janice Haines, Jim Delph, Judy Ricard, Marilyn Miller. 3 l-eff 1'oRngl1f Fronf row Mr Wlllnams Larry Shaffer Marcella Stem Phyllis Keeron Melvun Bafeson Back row er Abke Phyllis B e Peggy Burslek Bob Douferman Ben Keeran Carl McPherson Left fo Rughf Front row Bull Meeker Joan Kerr Anna Rlcard Jam Delph Jlm Leln Back row Raymond Keys Jack Mc H1erSon Max Layman Mr Weber Jlm 'W:H'1erson Bull Eckert Larry Shaffer 55 Sclence Club Prolectuon Club C : R09 l . I . I I I Hogemeyer, Anna Ricard, Janice i.aines, Bill Eckert, Jane Wickard, Bill Meeker, Janef U O . . : . I I . I . I . . . Hillbilly Courtship Ma Peppin and deaf old Poppy Stilsby have sworn to shoot each other as their mountain feud rages on. Poppy s son, Luke, and Ma's daughter, Emmy, are in love with each other. Hillbilly entertainers, a temperamental ltallan, Louis Cattaro, and the Wild Irish Rose, Bridget O'Flanmgan arrive to further complicate matters and some wild moments occur before the feud is ended and everyone settles down to live happily ever after. Luke Stilsby-- Emmy Peppin--- Ma Peppin ---- Lulu Triffett-- Seed ie Triffett Was h Jeddo-- -- Sol Silverstein Louis Cattaro- Pappy Stilsby- Bridget O' Flannig --- Melvin Bateson --- Norma lW:Cone ------- Marcella Stein Elnore Lindemeyer ---- ----------Jam Delph ---- Bob Dauterman ---- ------Travis Tefft an --- Bob Bateson ------Roger Abke -- --- Marilyn Miller Reverend Boswell ----- ---- J ack McPherson Look Out Lrzzne Hazel Long the only chald of Salas Long a backwoods lnduana farmer becomes trred of country lufe but recenves lnttle sympathy from her parents especually her father He refuses leave the old farm because he belleves some Eastern men are mterested rn a rock quarry whnch partly Ines under hrs farm and whrch was partly worked by the Hamulton Quarry Company sev eral years before Hazel meets Rnchard Bnltmore a stranger from the crty and they soon fall an love with each other Thus IS an awful thnng accordung to Mmme Hall the nenghborhood gosslp However Hazel s parents fmally permnt the stranger to come to see her Hazel unsrsts upon recervung Ruchard rn crty style so she makes the famuly doll up She dresses Hank the hared man, as butler and Lrzzre the hired gurl as maid They all appear much out of place In theur cos tumes Everythmg ns set to recerve Rnchard who fmally appears but nnformally dressed The famnly us qurte embarrassed sunce they expected hum rn evemng attlre But that nsn t all The mard falls for Rnchard and the fun begnns Mmme the gossrp calls and the evemng becomes a scream Next mormng the mand comes up mnssrng and so does Ruchard The whole country as In arms ln the meantume Dave Hmkle an old muser calls to collect the mortgage on Long s farm Rnchard returns however lust an tnme to save the old home and ofcourse marrles Hazel Mmme marrnes Dave whrch guves Lnzzle and Hank an Idea Salas Long Jrm Delph Sarah Long Marcella Stern Mmme Hall Marulyn Maller Hank Bllnks Bob Dauterman Rnchard Bultmore Travns Tefft Dave Hnnkle Melvm Bateson Lrzzne Blanks Norma McCone Master of Ceremomes Roger Abke Q . 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Hazel Long ---------- -- -------- - --------------- --------------- Evelyn Blasuis 4HCubs Left to Rnght lst row Jamce Harnes Anna Rrcard sue Buchmon Janet McPherson Judy Rrcard Mr Wrllrams 2nd row Dallas Nuthrle Clayton Matlule Jrm Cavan Charles Stern Bull Eckert James Walters Ed Phillips Clifford Haines Jrmmy Green 3rd row Bruce Borce Larry Shaffer Jack McPherson Travns Tefft Rrchard Buchman Jrm McPl1erson Jim Dauterman Bull Reynolds Tlmothy Buchman left to Rught. lst row Lynn Wiseman, Elnore Lmdemeyer, Carrol Hrllard, Marlene Flames, Regma Reynolds, Marilyn Willramson, Norma 'vlcCone, Janet Kerr. 2nd row Connie Dauterman, Carron Hrllard, Janet McPherson, Judy Rrcard, Sue Buchman, Anna RICGFCJ1 Janice Haines, Carol Wrseman. 3rd row Sharon Haines, Margaret Laws, Plxyllns Bolce, Joan Kerr, Terry McCone, Donna Wlnfefmmef Bonme Bateson. I - f 1 Q 1 4 ' Q 2 52 5 ' 1 Q in v "' f Y 1 Q , as f . A ' 1' e . V 5 Q 1 4" 1 a f - 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . . . 1 1 ' 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Driver Education Classes Left to Rnght Front row Joan Kerr Luella Chambers Jane Wrckard Rosanna Kerr Peggy Burslek Phyllrs Keeran Carol Wrseman Sharon Bomer Back row Mr Phnllups Phyllus Bolce Jam Lean Bull Meeker Carl Hagemeyer Ben Keeran Richard Buchman Larry Shaffer Raymond Keys Anna Rrcard Januce Hames Mr Spackey BWI aff 5 4 I hiQfflbLL 59 A 0 2 I 1 . 1 I . I . I . I - Z . . . I . . I . . I . I ' I . 1 I 1 . 1 . . 1 - - ,lg W 3' 4 A ps' C I ., Q 0 I ,h r 1' ii l ' 1 I ' , f f rf I ,V F, D f XXX?-N ' I0 H .' 6' in Q 5 K' ' 0 , 'il 'N " q ' . I .. . gx A Z?-GC Q S 5 lf' A xj . 1, 1 h U-:fl 14 1 I, , X 5 u X 4 , will QS xg- Our Queen And Attendants Janet McPherson, Attendantg Jane Wickard, Queen- Marcella Stein Attendant. Pegma Reynolds ,M Jamce Haines Sue Buchman Janet McPherson 61 45 'ft if e 1 M I 0 . r e f x . - e t X if s Qt 5 ' V at 51 tt 2 s , R, K, 4 gg 1 u T m r 8 0 Band M is VO left fo Ridmf. lsr row: Anna Ricard, Carron Hillard, Shelva Tefff, Terry McCone, Carol Hillard, Viola Oesfreich, Judy Ricard, Bill Eckert. 2nd row: Rodney Dauferman, David Underwood, Dick Lein, lNbrma McCone, Janet MCPl'lel'S0l'1, Sue Buchman, Janice Haines, .loan Kerr, Carol Wiseman, Sharon Haines, Bonnie B0feS0n- 3rd row: Dudley Dauferman, Bob Bafeson, Larry Shaffer, Bob Dauterman, Roger Abke, Raymond KEYS, Travis Teffi, Jim lein, Clifford Haines, Clayton Mafhile, Mr. Spockey. I Roger Abke Raymond Keys Bob Dauferman Jumor Band Left to Rught lst row Lynn Wiseman Gwen Bouce Rnchard Swanson, Jimmy Sevnlle 2nd row Mr Spackey Jummy Kerr Sharon Swanson Donna Wintermuth Sharon Ruble Davud Busbee 2.1 63 U E 1 Ss 1 Q 8.5 'pw ml '99 'I QW wi lf 't .s i ' , s n ,,. af 5K ,Si dx .-xero U.co..:: iamson, ll Wi E 's 2 25 3 O P- 0 'U 4 x C U x. 0 o BC .2 1 If N .. ri 9- o Z v .C CD x an E 8 x .Q .E 5' N C 0 -o- LD 2 75 U s. U 2 S 9 4.. an ,- .- .c E' nc 2 C J emeyer. Lind ma . 2 E . .. 2 5 r: lx , Janice Haines, Mari Cn Carol Wisem :L 0 .X U C Q U1 E s L 0 E C 0 n. U .C V5 Q 3 5 E 2 x Rosanna Kerr nl Q c U -Q Gur s Glee C ub left fo Rught lst row Jamce Homes Marilyn Willnamson Marllyn Muller Marcella Stem Carol Wuseman Shelva Tefft Regina Reynolds 2nd row Luella Chambers Phyllns Keeran Ada Young Rosanna Kerr Norma McCone Joan Kerr Elnore Lmdemeyer Mr Spackey 3rd row Janet McPherson Jane Wnckard Phyllis Bouce Anna Rncard Sue Buchman Peggy Bursaelc Sharon Bomer . ' . I . . Q - . - . . ' ' I I I I 0 - I I ' : I I I I I I , . . : I I I I I 0 Office Staff left to Rught lst row Carol Wnseman Luella Chambers Sharon Bomer Joyce Kerr 2nd row Judy Rncurd Anna Rucord June Wnckard Peggy Bursuek Janet McPherson Mr Vhber Library Staff Left to Rnghf lst row Phyllns Boice, Joan Kerr, Mrs Oster, Murnlyn Muller. 2nd row Norma fvi:Cone, Marcella Stem Sue Buchmcn, Nonnon Lepper, .bnef McPherson 66 A 5' 1 li " G Q - ' " .z ' L 5 I - V: 5 Mv- :.Q ' X ' : I I I 9 : I I I I I ' o ,5 -- -. ,. " Q K Z9 - 5 . 1 .. r , " N S ,X M X V ,5 . I y , The School Carnival The Portage Tawrship School Camival was held at our school on Thursday, October 22. The purpose ofthe camival was for the upper classes to mdce money for their Senior Trip and for the elementcry grades to purchase equipment for their room. Another purpose of the carnival was for the community to get together and have a good time. There were many concessions, stands, and games at which to test your skill against that of your friends. An amateur contest was sponsored by the Senior Class. There were many fine entries and the iudges were Messrs. Frank Seiple, leoncrd David, and Wade Shinew. Janice Haines and Janet McPherson won first prize with an accordion duet and dance, Peggy Bursiek, singing a solo, wan second prize, and the third prize went to Elnore Lindemeyer with an accordion solo. Perhqas the most entertaining feature of the evening's pro- gan was the appearance of Nts. Davidson, impersonating Kate Smith. She sang several numbers and led the entire audience in the singing of "God Bless America ". She was accompanied by Mr. Spockey. Also, during the progrun, there was a raffle sponsored by the Student Council. All in all, the evening was a success, bringing in daout 5400. 68 Christmas Fun in '91 The Christmas operetta, "Christmas Fun in '91 ", was enioyed by the students and parents on Monday night, December 21, 1953. The operetta was directed by Mr. Spackey, who was ably assisted by Nts. Davidson, Mrs. Eckert, and Miss Bochman. The grade school students put on a wonderful play, which por- trayed the life of an old-fashioned Christmas. The high school mixed chorus presented several Christmas num- bers before the second act and sang with the junior high chorus dur- ing the second act. The Trumpet Trio, of Roger Abke, Raymond Keys and Robert Dauterman, and a girls' trio of Joan brr, Janet McPherson, and Carol Wiseman, presented special Christmas music. A free will offering was taken to help with expenses ofthe program. - l A . -9 A 7' Home -el' Regina Reynolds Elnore Lmdemeyor Marilyn Willuamson .bnof Mcldwerson Sue Buclwman Elnore Lmdemeyer Regina Reynolds Marilyn Williamson 5-is MX, Ms Davndson and the fufth snxtlw graders 01 1 Our new shop room. 5 STUDY HALL! I I Cafeteria at noon Mr. Weber ot work ll nf' Bob s Englush assngnment look of lhose trophies I I I P Nw 5,1 f' iw 'S!i.'F2ii"5'w'35'ii'1'5Ss', ' '- gwnv A 'P is E Q MQW!! f : 'f' ai , ex. WE ,, v H Mx 9-3 .1"w I f 2 X S f',1 f fy 'V' ff L fx 3 Q X 5 . w Q. , ,, . I Can You Top This!!! T494 6 X BA "'N ,Z H WHW QHHH Winton Hardware GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCES MAGIC CHEF FYROFAX RANGES TELEVISION PHONE 2162 KRTAGE, OHIO COMPLIMENTS OF O COMPLIMENTS OF The Bonk Wood County Co. MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSI I' INSURANCE CORPORATION MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM BOWLING GREEN Omg WOOD COUNTY'S LARGEST BANK FRED W ENTENMAN INC COMPI IMHNTS OF Kinney's Market C IMRA1 MERC HAINDISI FRI ill NTEAT9 AND VEGETABH9 f-ROYLN I-ODDS PARKINC' IDT ITN. BAC K Rf VT T ' V " V . . . , .1 A A - . ,lk ,V . , - Q COMPLIMENTS OF The Pembervllle Elev. Ass n HIGHEST PRICES FOR GRAIN HARDWARE BUILDERS SUPPI IES PHONE 96 97 ' 1 DEALERS IN COAL - SEEDS - FEEDS - FENCE POSTS Comvllments Of Assoc lauon Of A mer1ca Phone 3b15 121 Perry Street Fostorxa Oh10 The Photographic The Cygent 112 'Vo INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS SINCE 1899 TWO CONVENIENT OFFICES MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION WAYNE OHIO CYGNET OHIO Savings Bcmk Co. PROFIT FROM POWER Honcock Wood Electric Corp O Q O moan, ou GROC ERIES Green s Store MEA TS DRY GOODS PHONE 2 111 PORTAGE OHIO SHOES 1""""Ef"f Lorcune Oul Co. EQUIPMENT GASOLINES FUEL OILS MOTOR OILS E POE ROAD AND NORTH MAIN PHONE 6801 BOWLING GREEN, OHIO I O I 'I' QUAHTV FARM COMPLIMENTS OF The Republican Courier AND RADIO STA TION FINDLAY OHIO AI Smith SERVICE STATION ND LUNCH ROOM BEST IN EATS BEST IN SERVICE I 0 A ' Hamm B, Hamm COMPLIMENTS OF Quaker Maid Co , Inc BLOOMDALE C ANNERY PHONE 381 OR 911 BLOOMDALE OHIO FOSTER Ready Mxx Concrete Blllldlflg Slpphes Coal Bowlmg Green Ohlo O O I Dram Tile Prolrle Formers Co op Co Wood County Stone 8g Construction Co NSI MIXED CON RETE O I I 1 O FERTILIZER O O ' A W PHONE 34372 Herff Jones Co Manufacturtng Jewelers far Cygnet H S Pembervrlle H S Grand Raplds H S R1 lngsun H S Lake H S Tro H S L1berty H S Tontogany H North Baltxmore H S Webster H S Portage H S Weston H S Wood Country BREBSLER it I L CONS Surface Treatrng Black Top Duct Layer Concrete Phone 37198 for Esumate Napoleon Road Bowlmg Green, Ohlo f . . y . . Bowling Green H. S. Wallridge H. S. ' . . . S. In . J S A Good Place To Eat Open Day Sr Nrght B F Goodrxch Tues gl Aceessortes Kclvrnator Refrwerauon Thor Washers Sc Dryers Motorola TV and Radxo Phone 9801 Bowltng Green 891 S Mam Oh 10 CLASSROOM . .. 4 mules underground 7 It look: hi.: an oz! well It zs But as the ptcturc was taken the diamond ttppcrl btt had just broken the world s record I was entertng a brand new classroom nearly 4 mtles underground The Olno O11 Company had sent rt there at a cost of 351 500 O00 to Gnd out rf there are new sources of otl wartmg at depths never before explored As these words are wrttten tt xs not yet known whether or not thrs well wrll ever produce any oxl But rt s sure to produce somethtng even more tm portant Knowledge New knowledge And so long as we llve rn a country where mdr vtduals and tornpantes have the mcentxve to seart h better may thus nauon wtll contmue to move forward for progress comes from ptoneertng from a constant Search wxth mmds and dollars to find what rs uartmg to be found It comes from attending classrooms that are as vast ts our own mmds as bug as our lrfettmes e OHIO OIL Com an P y MARATHON! P od cers of petroleum unc: 1887 - . J o . rz.Q.f,1.f. - , - - . . , - . . , , 5 . . L ' , u ni . I . , V 1 1 v , . . . I i F . w Y N . - Q , A I A . I . , . ,. , wcfv t ..A,,,,. ,,,... l ' Y ' ' - . x ' I N for new knowledge . . . to Gnd the new way, the . I . . . ' KC U1 . I iff fy . I ' gilt . - ,V V -es: r 4 :lS"""'frund:u' ,f A F r u ' l , J Y Y Compliments Of , L ON ENC ' Insurance Phone 2811 Bowlmg Green Oh10 It s Good Busmess 1t's Your Buslness Gasolme Fuel O11 Motoe O11 Grease Feed F6I'I111ZCI' Seed Pa1nt Fence Farm Machmery E1ectr1ca1 Apphances Roofmg 8a MISC Merchand1se Bowhng Green 2291 Haskms 2171 Z un - - I- D I O i 1' D I D , u COMPLIMENTS OE "'T'XI EUIMBER 1 ,I The Hcmkey LEVERYS YXIQXQE FOR NEQE S S ..,.l. SIXTY YEARS OF CONTINUOUS SLRVIC In ROOFING BUILDERS IIARDVXARE PAIIVI LLMBER PHONE 33241 BOWLINC GREEN Lumber-Building Co. 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