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PAGE 4 The Perkins Journal Thursday, March 2, 1989 at I? C oach David Willis is on. serenaded by two Roustabouts as the others look by Victor Clay Tl~e Northern Oklahoma Col- lege's Roustabouts visited Perkins- Tryon High School putting on an assembly on February 22 in the high school gym. The Roustabouts started out with only a piano for accompani- ment 25 years ago under the direc- They have visited Romania three times, Russia two times, perform- ed for the combined legislature of the Oklahoma and Tennessee states and played in Washington, D.C. They performed for. the opening of Dogpatch Amusement Park in Missouri last year and will again by Heidi Hyder tion of Bill Heilmann. Now they this coming year. Theywevetheon- ThethingeI have seen are many. have a full back up with drums, ly group - chosen west of the I have been around for nineteen Fashion comes and it goes from one horns, pianos, and guitars. Mississippi River to perform in years, almost two decades. When I extreme to another. In the 70's, it T -- was young, 'TOOT', what a groovy was hip hugger, beil-bottom pants he Roustabouts started the pro- Washington, D. C. gram off singing and dancing to the Try-outs are in the spring and fall set of years that was from the 70's with tight-knit shirts with clompy song Get Out of,My Dreams and in Tonkawa at the university. There to the 80's. The hippies that walk- shoes or boots. Now it's tight ankle ..... ed around were loud disco jiv'en pants with oversized shirts. The Get Into My Car . They sang dif- are two groups of singers m the ferent types of songs from the Roustabouts, Northern Nocturnes yup's. It went from the Brady shoes that are now popular are low 1960s to the 1980s. They closed which are the girls and the Nor- Bunch kids to the cabbage patch ankle lace-up boots and flats. with the song, "God Bless the thern Knights which are the boys. kids in a span of 15 years. Now Through the years, fashionable ,, . some of the students are head clothes have varied and have US'A. They performed m Coyle before bangin' self-proclaimed skaters. ' h changed considerably. P e 40 member group has travel, coming to Perkins. My home has been in front of The kids appearance as far as eta'all around the world to perform. Perkins-Tryon High School since clothes I have described. Hair ':" ': : ' 1970. I was planted for the purpose Gifted and Talented Attend of beautifyin g the school. If I was styles are a different storY.70,s when I was first planted,Inthegirls Eng ing Fair ~ ~ ~ bold as to comment on my wore theirhairlongandstraight. lneer good looks, I am one of the finer of Boys also had long hair. Nowadays, the ball cypress race. My existence j ust about anything goes. The girls came about under the P-T ad- of the 80's wear their hair short, '~:~:'~ by " ': ..... :~1,~b ,~. ministration i~ 19,70 o~ ~d~ ~0c~l,, medium or long. Curly perms are !:~ " be ~ . Launcher competitmn. The laun, Acuff. Mrs. Barbara Freed was a ~m r Lauener .... cher was to be powered by a mouse member of the P-T school board, really big. The boyS' hair cute vary She was the one to put forth the also. Guys wearing earrings are P-T's gifted and talented group, trap. The contestants tried to sponsored by Mrs. Susan Farley, launch their ping-pong balls into the Oklahoma Engineering targets twelve feet away. Foundation's Engineering Fair at In addition to the usual Kirk- the_Olv~iplex in Oklahoma City, patrick exhibits there were Wednesday, February 22. numerous exhibit booths staffed by The fair consisted:of several engineering and university pro- engineering related c0ntests. Them fessors. were cash prizes for the top three Sponsor Susan Farley is enthu- winners in every contest, siastic about involving many more P,T's Jeff Whitecotton and Jebstudents in the engineering fair Boyd entered the "Ping.PongBall next year. S venth Grade Girls '88-'89 Basketball Season by Jamie Lemire and Kristal BeyI both Heidi Hyder : had a total of 2 points for the seasom ~Perkins,Tryon se~enthgradeThe seventh grade girls defense girl~ded their basketball season did real well also this year. Kristal witli:'~ record of 2.7, The eighth Beyl; who also played forward, led grade~ls finished the season with the seventh grade guards in defen- five [wins and four losses, sive bounds per game with six. T~seventh grade girls' most ira- Robin Hall and Kristin Jardot pressive team player was CarriNeal both averaged five rebounds per scoring a totalof 58 points for the game for the season, while Traci ~ Jantz pulled down two. Stephanie rectoriesMiller, Jancy Spralding. Paige ovbu~Pe~i Neal: shot 38 percent Dickson, Fran Hrencher, and Lisa from the free thr~ ~e for the Max0n all averaged one rebound 'ear. per game for the year. Adcock scored 46 points Coach Ken McBride commented ~ear and had the highest on the seventh grade girls' season, percentage from the line '~For this being their first year in playing basketball, they have ira- points proved immensely, as far as fund- percent fr0m the fine.amentals. The season was great as Hardnack scored 8 far as their learning, too. The fund- oipts for the season and shot 18 amentais are stressed more during er ent from the line. While the first year of play than winning had 6 points and was or losing. I look forward to working throw line. with the girls next year." Girls Finish With 5-4 Record ;The eighth grade girls were 5,4 posted victory over Prague earlier season were runners-up this Veari She also shot 74 percent bthe Brist0w T0 ament; : fron the free throw fine this seas '`They very succesSfuIdur- : Drown during the Chandler game the seasom Itwas a great ac- was 22-23 from the line. This was i year, They the best she had ever done With win a game last year and that kind of hot hand shooting the year they have improved 110 Demonettes dominated Chandler girl, smore impor,for the win: Traci Bostian scored 76 points for the year and led in the overall free t percentages with 76%, EHca s was led Crane had 30 points for the season 82 points for and was 48 percent from the line. year. Brown had a season all Kari Pierce had 12 points for the with 26 points in the year and shot 39 percent from the suggestion. Much of what is fad or fashion is a take off on what all the hot movie stars are doing or wearing. In the late 70's, Farrah Fawcett was the hot female star. Her hair was long with loose curls. She wore tight jeans and tight shirts. John Travolta was the famous male star. He had medium length hair, wore tight jeans and boots. Stars like these were the trend setters in the 70's and early 80's. Today's kids are doing the same thing with the newer, famous pie. Farrah and John are out and are even made fun of. The time's rock stars were also. trend setters. The music has changed considerably over the years. Disco was big with the Bee Gee's, Olivia Newton John, Rolling Stones, Bob Seager. Now the hot groups are Def Leppard, Inxs, and U-2, although every once in a while you do hear those classic rock songs of days of ol& E verything has changed over the years. Fashion comes and it goes. I have grown up with society's youth and have seen and heard most everything. Some of it I understand and some of it I don't. What amazes me most are the students of Perkins-Tryon High School. They're great. Have you ever just stood around and observ- ed people? That's what I do for s living, just hang around here and watch and listen. A lot of people don't appreciate me. So next time you walk under my branches, think about what you are saying. Because someone is always hanging around. Baseball Season Begins Friday, March 3 at Ripley 4:00 p n. hth Season Grade Boys Finish with 3-7 Record by Stephen Raines The eighth grade boys recently wrapped up their basketball seas a. They finished with a 3-7 record but showed improvement and worked hard. The wins didn't come often but a second place finish in the Bristow Tournament made the year a success. Coach Steve Langdon com- mented, 'Their practice habits im- proved. Stoney Matheson, Bred Collumn, and Chris Boley have come along way. Our win-loss record doesn show it, but I believe there was quite a bit of improvement." Austin Minshall was impressive scoring 153 points on the year for a 15.3 average. Rusty Robertson also did well scoring 94 points for free throw line Lisa Cross scored 8 points for the year and shot 51 cent from the line, while Sher': Wilde had 2 points and was 50 per- cent from the foul line. The eighth grade guards' average rebound per game this season were as follows: Sherri Heilman" 8; Sheri Wilde, 7; Romey Mantfllini and Jen- nifer Eshelman both had 6; Trish Field, 4; Krisea Grider, 3; Maggie Beyhylle, 2. Coach McBride wanted to thank all those who followed the girls' team throughout the year. 'We "greatly appreciate their support," Coach McBride commented. -O- a 9.4 average. Stoney Matheeon had 34 points and a 3.4 average. Brad Collum had 28 points for a 2.8 average. James Roe had 7 points and a .7 average. Chris Coley scored 6 points for a .6 average. Scott Robertson added 5 points for a .5 average. Seth Mathis had 2 points and Tony Rainey had 1. Matheson led the team in the re- bound department with 68 re bounds and 6.8 a game Brad Col- lure snared 46 boards for 4.6 average and Minshall had 41 for a 4.1 average Others that collected rebounds were Rusty Robertson 22, Chris Boley 24, James Roe 12, Tony Rainey 11, Scott Robertsou 7 and Seth Mathis 4. Coach Lan~on added, "I wish the best of luck to them in future years." Calendar March 3 Baseball game, Ripley, there, 4 IXn~ Cheerleader tryouts, 4 p.m. after school March 5-10 Spring Break! "4)- School Lunch Menu Monday., March 6 thru Friday, March 10 NO SCHOOL -- SPRING BREAK! Speech and Drama Travel To WI Professional Acting Troupe by Heidi Hyder Mrs. Huss commented," Recently the speech and dramaly did I enjoy the class went on a field trip todramatization of Oklahoma City to watch a profes- stories, I appreciated aional acting troupe. The troupe ways used to stage the ''Tour De Force," consisted of five Several of the drama actora j oyed "Fall of the They performed five one act plays because of the special which were: ''The Fall of the House during the performance. of User," by Edgar Allan Poe; "An lights and sound were Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge," cent the by Ambrose Bierce; ''The Mouse," play. by Said (H. H. Mounro); ''The Most Jeff Hancock "I Dangerous Game," by Richard story of Ransom of Connell; '`The Ransom of Red was comical and it Cheif," by OTIenry. crime doesn't pay." Mra JoAnn Huse, the speech andPenny Hughes drama instructor, took 16 studenta Mous~ .... It was really The performance was held at thethe main character was Civic Center Music HaIL After the liked him the best." show was over, the speech and After talking to the drama class ate at a local Pizza Hut they all seemed to for lunch, then continued on their time and thought it was way home. taining. P-T Has New Student Teach, by Matt Brown is student teaching Margaret Hrencher in E$ j ournalism classes. The Perkins-Tryon Schools have Susan Farley in the welcomed new student teachers to the school for the second semester, geometry classes. Ms. The student teachers have arrived from OSU is student from Oklahoma State and Lang Miss Irene Edin in ston University. chemistry classes. Ms. The middle school has two stu- Gorden from OSU is dent teachers. Ma Amy DeWitt is teaching with Miss Kares student teaching for Ms. Ashley Mr. Joe Boley. Nance in seventh and eighth grade In the elementary English, and Mr. R. J. Testerman Curry is student tsaching is student teaching for Ms. Yvonne Patsy Rains and Mrs. Kincannon in the sixth grade man. Ms. Tracy Baily science and social science teaching with Mrs. In the high school Mr. Jonathon Ms. Bretta Ward is Marrow from Oklahoma State teaching University is student teaching with Ms. Erin McCandlish Mrs. Margaret Gibson in the teaching with Mrs. science classes. Mr. Charles All of the student Wheeler from Langeton University elementary are from State University. 41T. Students C pete in ' masonry and Frank by place in air Gina Huckabay ation. Each The Indian Meridian V Tech local competition day recently held competitions between Tsch week and the the students in each class. The compete against other following students won awards in Districts as did Jayson their own category: George McKin- and Duane Catss. nis, second place in drafting;, Chuck The teachers do not Smith, first place in auto body; Jim- students. Area my Reid, third place in auto body; Danny TidweiL second place in do. Middle School Students of the Week by Laurie Heath Perkins Middle School Students of the week are Kristi Langdon and Fran Hmncher. Perkins Middle School students weekly, based on citizenship, leadership, and on their all-around attitude in school Fraa Hrencher Krlsti Fran Hrencher is the daughter of Kristi Langdon was Joe and Margaret Hrencher of for student of the Perkins. She has attended Perkins daughter of Steve schools for eight years and plans to Langdon of Perkins. attend O.S.U. after her high school tended Perkins schools graduation, years. Her favorite Fran's favorite subject in school school is matlL Her is scienc~ Her bobbies include play- listening to the radio ing her saxophone, reading and be- with friends. She is a ing with her friends. She is a Spider Club and is member of the Spider Club, band, for the and is a reporter for the Demon is also a cheerleader' Denominator. Her favorite color is color is baby blue. blue. older she hopes to be -O"