Portage Township School - Reflector Yearbook (Portage, PA)

 - Class of 1958

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UEvening in Parisn was the theme ofthe 1957 Junior-Senior Banquet Blue and white streamers formedthe ceiling, and blue and whitecanopies covered thetables, giving the illusion afaside walk cafe in Gay Paree The banquet was prepared bythe Junior moth ers, and served by the freshman and sophomore classes who were dressed in French chef hats and aprons Judy R1card, Junior president, welcomed the guests with nParee oh gay Pareen, while the Senior president, Clifford Haines, responded with Uoh Merci Beaucoup The Choralettes sang W1 Love Parisn, and Larry Lein presented WRendsenous Headlinesu Re ina hevnolis read the senior prophecyg Marlene Flames gave Ulnnocents Abroadu, and blnore Lindemeyer read the senior will The Choralettes returned to sing nThe Last T1ne I Saw Parisn, and Priscilla Kiger cave the farewell, Sorry To Say Au Revoirn Th school song conclude the program Round and square dancing to the music gf Dale Hille filledthe remainder ofthe even1ng faculty, and guests at the annual dinner and prom on May 10, 1958 The g mnasium was beaut1fully decorated in a Hawaiian theme, with blue and whlte as the predom inanf colors After a delicious dinner, prepared by the Junior mothers and served by members of the freshmen and sophomore classes, Dav1d Underwood, as toastmaster, began the program B111 Reynolds, president of the Junior class, welcomed the froup, and Clayton Math 1le, sen1c1 preszocnt, gave the response Marlene Planes read the sen1or class prophecy and Joan Bateson, the class will Dale Hille provided music for round and square dancing until twelve 6h H 1 , x1 . e The Class of 1959 entertained the Class of 1958, r V ' ,

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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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PTO Our newly organized association cfparents and teachers has been headed byt e same slate of officers for its two years' existence They are Mrs Velma Mauk, president, Merle Dauterman,vice president, Lyle Shaffer, Treasurer, and Helen Mathile Secretary The PTO purchased a new spinet piano for the school during the first year, and this last year has had new clocks for classrooms as its projects Many interesting andinformative programs have been given Speakers have included Sgt Margaret Slater, of the Toledo Police Depart ment, Mrs Ralph Dille Superintendent of Hood County Department of Public Welfare,Rev Paul Uocks, of the First Methodist Church of Bowling Green, and Patrolman Fullencamp from the State Highway Patrol V3F1OUSkf0FmBtiVC panels have discussed all phases of school consolidation, and the PUD has endeavored constantly to keep the public informed This spring, new officers were elected to head the group for the coming year They ares Lloyd Schaller, President, Fred Meyer, v1ce president, Loretta McPherson, secretary, M NQJV pre dd Mrs M thile reads the minutes an Ethel Swartz, treasurer The Citlzen Comnlttee Reports ALUM I BANQUET The annual alu ni banquet was held on May 3 1958 It began with a pot luck supper at six A business meeting was held after the supper New officers elected for the next year are J1m Delph, president, Bill Eckert,vice presi dent, Mrs James McPherson, Secretary Treas urer nThe Bats' played for dancing from nine until twelve COMPLIMENTS OF L L Trout N Baltimore, Ohio Mr Shaffer reports Christmas at Casey's

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