Portage Township School - Reflector Yearbook (Portage, PA)

 - Class of 1958

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EWSPAPER STAFF Front Roux Priscilla Kiger, Mrs. Cline, Marlene Flames Janet Kerr. Second Rows Terry Pk:Cone, Margaret Laws, Joan Bateson: Beverly Kerr, Margaret Chandler Joyce Kerr. , GIRLS' and BOYS' S TATE Clayton Mathile, Judith Ricard 62 Clayton Mathile attended Boys' State at Camp Perry, and Judith Ricard attended Girls' State at Capital University, during the sum- mer of 1957. Clayton was sponsored by the American Legion Post 725 of Portalze, Jhio, z-into Judy was sponsored by the Awzilliary of the same group.

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ATHLETIC BA QUET Mr. Frank Dick, former Portage Superintendent, and now of Sylvania-Burnham,was the speaker for the annual athletic banquet held on March 25. After the dinner prepared by the senior mothers, Mr. Heber welcomed the 150 people assembled to hon- or the Western League Champions, and then turned the program over to Toastmaster Leonard Davis. Mr. Davis introduced Mrs.Helen Dukes, represent- inf Mr. Tom Bartlett, who presented the annual Ear- tlettgram Award to Junior guard, Bill Reynolds. Mr. McPherson presented letters to the Junior High players, and the varsity cheerleaders received medals for their services during the year. The re- serve boys were presented with their awards, and large varsity letters were presented to the two graduatingpiayers,Jim Crabtree and Clayton Mathile. Then special awards of beltbuckles with the mon- ogram WP' and engraved with nLeague Championsn were presented to the 12 boys and 2 managers who brought us that first League Championship in our school's history. Pete Dauterman then presented Mr. McPherson with a watch from the entire community in recognition of his fine joy of coaching and also for his work with the boys during the summer. Mr. Acocks, superintendent of Elmwood, spoke briefly. Music was provided by the Melody Belles and by Viola Oestreich. After Mr. Dick's inspiring talk, the program concluded with the school song. sz P' ,ff"',,, ,,, . Maw



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IHITIATION AHAHJS DAY Awards Day was held on May 28, 1958 luaerals were given to Margaret Laws, Janet Kerr, Joyce Kerr, Marlene Flames, Joan Bate son, Terry MoCoae, Ed Chambers, Connie Daut erlan, Rodney Dauternaa Bill Reynolds, Jia Dauteraan, Beverly Kerry and Dudley Dauterman Letters were given to Connie Dauterman, Beverly Kerr, Janet Kerr, Joyce Kerr, Pris cilla Kiger, Margaret Laws, Joan Bateson, Mar garet Chandler, and Terry MoCone Panther Heads went to Juqf Ricard, Terry Mdione, Priscilla Kiger, Joyce Kerr, Janet Kerr, Joan Bateson, Jim Dauterman, Beverly Kerr, Bill Reynolds, Marlene Flames, and Viola Oestreich For having the most merit points Clayton The freshmen class of 1958, were initiated Mathile received the Merit, Hzdal I by the sophomores on September 21s, 19511 in traditional style The girls were alls, pajamas, or laces of onions and garlic were around their necks A unique hair style featured pincurls on one side and pig tails on the other The boys were charming in ladies' dresses and hats After adsy of carrying books for the soph olores, feeding them candy and gum, being smeared with lipstick and enduring paddlings, the day finally ended with a party variously attired in over burlap bags Aromatic neck CHRISTMAS PARTY The annual high school Christmas party was held on December 20, 1958 Students and faculty exchanged gifts, and music for round and square dancing was fur nished by Dale Hllle Punch and cookies were served I Dare You' books went to Clayton Mathile and Marlene Flames Outstanding Senior trophies went to Clay ton Mathile and Joyce Kerr Bill Reynolds and Clayton Mathile received gertlflcates from the Toledo Blade in Basket a Editors of the yearbook, Joan Bateson, Judy Ricard, Janet Kerr, a.nd Gary Hickard., received certificates and the typing award wextto Bill Glaser CHRISTMAS PROGRAM The AnnualChristmas music program was pre sented on December 19, under the direction of Mr Eldon Ehrman and Mr Richard Farley program with several Christmas carols, 1 which the audience joined in singing The kindergarten, lst, 2nd and 3rd grades, under the direction of Mr Farley, presented a manger scene and sang 'Jingle Bells" with rythm and 'Silent Night' in a candleli, scene Several old favorlte Christmas carols, in cluding "O Come All Ye Faithful", "Litt1e Town of Bethlehem", and "Jolly Old St were sung by the hth, Sth, 6th, and with some readings in between The Girls' Glee Club concluded with several Christmas numbers of aspect N 1cho1as" 7th grades, the program a religious SIHOOI. CARNIVAL The annual school carnival was held on Oct ober ll The lst grade had a fish pond and white elephant sale, 2nd grade had a country store, 3rd grade had movies, hth and Sth sold candy and Sth and 6th sold baked goods The 7th grade sold cider and donuts, 8th grade sold ballpoint pens, a pemv pitch, and a puppy raffle The 9th had pie throwing, 10th nm Q raffle ma pop .tina The Juniors served food in the cafeteria, and the Seniors sponsored a dance The Student Council was in charge of the raffle - - 1 O - - O l 1 I s I O "' n a ' . O 1 I O I C - O O -......e - O O O fl O ' J O , I . 1 ' 9 s O - . I O I O O - O O s O 63

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