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Dec 9 Panthers copped opening cage win 53-48, over Orville.
Three hundred and thirty-four students swelled the newly-
formed Perry Booster Club. Dec 17 The concert band and the
A Cappella Choir combined to present their annual Christmas
concert. Dec 20 The gym inherited a 9-foot papier-mache
snowman, made by the GAA, for the "December Dream."
Jan 6-15 A two-week exam schedule commences, to the
dismay of not a few. Jan 22 Quill and Scroll tapped 21 charter
members in a candle-light induction service conducted by the
Stagelighters, and club advisor, Mr. Pat F. Mattachione. Jan
24 "View" sponsored the second annual Bermuda Sock Hop,
with the-Flat Tops furnishing the music. Jan 28 Yearbook init-
iated the photogenic contest for yearbook King and Queen.
The 8 fjnalist pictures were sent to "Big" Wilson for the selec-
tion of the royalty.
Feb Mr. Campbell, chemistry teacher, organized Saturday
Chemistry classes for extracurricular chemistry work. Feb 3
The Perry Panthers captured the coveted Stark County Class
AA basketball league championship by rolling over the Sandy
Valley Cardinals, 69-50. Feb 4 School spirit in the form of
yells and cheers vibrated the school auditorium in a spon-
taneous pep rally, celebrating the winning of the AA league
championship. Feb 6 The Panthers close their basketball season
with an 11-8 record. The sophomores hired KYW disc iockey,
Dick Reynolds, to spin records at the annual Valentine dance,
"The Heart Beat."
March 5, 6 Juniors presented their class play, "Our Miss
Brooks," under the direction of Miss Smith. March 13 The first
basketball queen, Miss JoAnn Uhose, is crowned at the
"Rhapsody in Blue," a dance held in honor of her and her
court by the National Honor Society. March 17, 18 The Perry
High School auditorium was filled with laughter and ioy once
again as the third annual minstrel came to the township, with
its cut-ups, capers, and iokes.
April 4 A one-act play, "Our Town," was presented by the
Stagelighters. April 23, 24 The annual operetta, this year
entitled "Campus Daze," added to the spring festivities.
May 7 The iuniors gave the seniors their 2nd prom, a formal
dance held in the gym. May 24 The seniors attended bacca-
laureate, and took the first step in becoming alumni. May 26
Graduation marked the most important step forward to the
graduating seniors, and indicated the achievement of the
long-awaited ultimate goal, which was set the first day Perry's
doors opened on that September morning in 1956.
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I957-I 958 Continued
April 3 The Bermuda Sock Hop started the month off in swing-
ing style with Count Jenkins and his orchestra. To the victor
belongs the spoils-and Stan Maciag was the victor of a
heated senior class officers campaign and election as he be-
came Perry's first senior class president. April I8, I9 Perry's'
first operetta, "Miss Cherry Blossom" was presented by the
A Cappella Choir. April I9 "View" placed third in NE Ohio
at Kent Clinic in school newspaper ratings
May I6 Perry s first prom was highlighted by a Grecian theme
decor and featured a dinner and a movie after the dance
May 23 Pop Panthers identity the best kept secret around
Perry was revealed in the last issue of the View along
with the smiling face of Pop Ron Sense May 28 The school
year came to a close and sunburn season began
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Sept 3 Perry began classes as a full fledged high school with
its first senior class Sept I2 The footballers played their first
home game in their own newly erected stadium Canton North
took the nod 8 0 Sept I9 Panthers get their first pigskm win
of the year trouncing Dennison 33 I4
Oct 3 The first senior football queen of Perry High Miss
Marni Wallace and her court were chosen and revealed at a
Key Club sponsored pep rally Panthers dumped Elyria Rangers
24 I4 The View published its first edition of the year
promising a bigger paper and a supplement magazine
Scholastic Roto The annual staff was rolling gathering
knowledge and experience rather than moss laying out plans
for Perrys first yearbook The new Pop Panther mystified 84I
Perrites Oct IO Gndders smeared Marlington Dukes 380
Oct I7 Feathers flew as the Panthers plucked the Glenwood
Eagles 29 I6 Oct 20 The Future Business Leaders of America
were organized consisting of 30 seniors Oct 2I The National
Quill and Scroll granted a charter to Perry Oct 24 Jackson
posted an I8 I3 Nun over Perry Oct 30 The Future Nurses
Club was organized guided by the advisor Mr R C Burris
Nov I Panthers blasted Navarre 42 0 in a cold wet drizzle
Nov 4 Junior High Bond Issue was voted down operating
levy passed Underclassmen elected their class officers for the
I958 I959 school year Nov 7 Perry ended its grid season
with a 30 0 loss to Lehman posted a 5 4 record for the season
Nov I3 I4 Male and Female Slave Days created a panic as
the girls and then the boys dictated merciless commands
Nov I4 View FHA co sponsored the second annual mas
querade ball Nov 2I 22 Senior class presented Its Great
to be Crazy a farcical 3 act comedy under the direction of
Mr Frank Johnston
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