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In the Lunchroom CAFETERIA WORKERS (LEFT TO RIGHT): (FRONT) B. Mudrack, D. Burnett, B. Templeton, D. Hamilton, J. Heiney, J. Grose, T. Bennett; (SECOND) P. Tyson, T. Huntley, S. Wood, J. Gensic, C. Wood, B. Darling, P. Mason; (THIRD) M. Quinn, J. Mabe, B, Gogglns, C. Lewis; (BACK) J. Stefanski, A. Maier, D. Jennings, S. Beck. iiitm.iitmi School lunches aren ' t exactly one of the top ten best sellers, but they rate far above the usual Idea. In case no one noticed Danny Her- mes hopping from table to table beg- ging for someone ' s chocolate chip cookie or garlic bread, maybe you ' ll remember the breaded tender- loins, hot beef and noodles, and burn- ing chili which were included in the menu. If not, sim- ply dust off your Daniel Boone lunch pail. On a good day, the custodians would find a juicy note, or maybe a full pack of Wrigley ' s gum. But then of course, on a bad day two foun- tains would be clog- ged with gum, the girls ' bathroom ceiling would be covered with wet toilet paper, and none of the chalk- boards would have " SAVE " written on them. COOKS (LEFT TO RIGHT); Gloria Reibs, Ruth Loomis, Reta Moore, Genevieve Booher, Irene Stark, Wanda Hart, Pauline Snyder (manager). CUSTODIAL STAFF; David Scott, Leonard Bryant, Hilda Linnemeyer, Charles Tepin, Arnold Boese.
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A Place to Be in the Office a. Bertha Scott Office workers (LEFT TO RIGHT). (FRONT) Mrs. Scott. Herbert Ellis, Mitzi Hicks, Ethel Fowlkes. Mrs. Simmons; (BACK) Betty Carrion, Verna Turflinger, Jonny Nash, Cindy Burley, Janene Springer Upon coming to Portage, two of the first people one would meet are Mrs. Bertha Scott and Mrs. Louise Sim- mons, who spend their days handling many of the crises that occur. Also Portage teacher aide Mrs. Dottie Col- lins spent her time in the attendance office cords. keeping re- ' y t ' ' ' . " ' " ' ' ' S job of get ting students in classes right for them fell upon Mrs. Julie Murtaugh and Mr. J. Richard Cira. Listening to and helping students through problems of being a Portage Junior High student took counselors ' attention regularly. Julie Murtaugh Scheduling classes for Pam Cher . . a job for Mr. Cira Santa Claus at Portage? No, boxes of canned goods headed for the Christmas Bureau Bel-
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and Around the Schoo LIBRARY WORKERS (LEFT TO RIGHT): (FRONT) K. Bennett, S. Smith; (2nd) J. Grose, D. Knox, J, Helberg, Mrs. Radatz; (3rd) J. Springer, S. Ward, Mrs. Parlow; (4th) C. Burley, A. Rhodus; (5th) J. Stefanski; (STANDING, FRONT TO BACK) C. Springer, J. Roby, F. Anderson. " Sh-h-h-h-h " IS a well-known sound in the library. How- ever, the librarians have picked up a few more vocabu- lary words and are able to find for you any information, in- stantly — whether it ' s the size of a brown-headed cow- bird or the final book of the " Bertha Goes to the Prom " series. Mildred Radatz Joyce Parlow Psychometrist Robert Newnum tests for ed- ucational capacity Jerry Anderson Special Education ■| think I ' M going to be sick! " " Now repeat the sounds exactly as you hear them. " To smooth out the lumps and bumps from the smooth rhythm of school, psychometrist Robert Newnum, speech ther- apist Peggy Grant, and -j nurse Gladys Squires dropped by every few days and got to work on the puzzling pro- blems that fell in their ways.
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