The Portville Central School Class of 1954 had 50 seniors, of whom 30 were female.
PCS employed 31 high school teachers and 20 elementary teachers that year.
Gail Weakland was the class president, and Bob Anderson was the Student Council president.
Almost all of the '54 classmates showed up for their 50th reunion this summer!
Portville had plenty of places to eat during this era - The Cogswell, Reynolds
Rambling Ranch, the Old Rose Inn, the Portville Restaurant, Red and Trudy's, Martin's Restaurant, Fischer's, Fremming's Hot
Shoppe, and Scutt's Roadside Dairy.
1954 was the year of the first Elvis recordings at the Sun Studio in Memphis.