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March 7, 1957     The Perkins Journal
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TALK February lunch report to 8te Board of Education that we served 5274 lunch- during the month. This is average of 264 meals per day. The  club demonstration are preparing for the contest to be held at Hat school on March 22. The so far are; Judy Edmond- and Galene Edmondson, Busch and Freddie Hop- Sharon Edmondson and AI- Young, Nadene Edmon4son Evelyn Harshman, Jimmie and Bob Tomlinson, Wfll- . Wells and Fred Smith. The boys will have to enter the demonstration to be el-. to participate in the dress 1 ] and Second I We enjoyed learning about Eden Chapel By Mrs. Donna Murlin Delorls Inman had a Stanley at Virginia Potters home evening. were sorry to hear of the e.ath oI Mr Rolli Ely of Waynoka fUneral services were held Eden Chapel Monday after- 1 and Mrs Robert Gunkle the weekend With Mr and John Knight; and Mr and Edmond Klndell and fam- oL Guthrie spent Sunday with them. Mr and Mrs Ralph Price are Proud parents of a baby boy Mtrcl 5. Wayne Franklin and Sandra of Yale and Mrs Murlin had dinner in the Murlin home Saturday eve- nlng. ,Mr and Mrs Orville BorOn here from Oklahma City. A nice crowd attended church dert Chapel Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jack Nickels moo- to Odessa, Texas to work. We iss them in church very much. VISIT PERKINS AND OKLAHOMA IN 7--you/1 enjoy it George Washington, February 22. We were interes ted in reading i how Betsy Ross made. the first[ Ameridan flag." ThWorld book | has a beautifully colored picture | of her making the flag. Each of | the second graders wrote a short story about Betsy Ross and drew a picture of the first flag with only 13 stars." The OK spellers were Jerry Brigance, Michael Wells, Tim Kolosick, Sheryl RainboWS, Rhonda Bostian, Beverly Parks, Mary Jean Nelson, Jan Ringwald, Ro- bert Brower and Kay Bertram. The ones who made an OK on Thursday got to cut out butter- flies and color them pretty colors. Those who missed no words this six weeks are Robert Brower, Kay Bertram, Jan Rinald and Tim Kolosick. The first grade has finished the primer and s ready to be- gin the First lader. A list of new words will be sent home for our motiters and fathers to listen to as we say them. Randy Jarvis, Sharon Kriel, Patty Gray and Robert Burton had OK writing papers this week. We are counting by 2&apos;s and 5's in, our number book now. Second Grade One of our lisle boys remarked ',Iis just twelve more weeks until school is out." which re- minds us that we need to use our time well and learn all we can. We are working on sounds of vowels on charts and workbooks, trying to learn some rules to help us attack new words. It is im- proving our ability to spell, too. • Our Christmas candy tree still has further use. We used it for a Valentine tree and now we write our spelling words on slipS of paper, pin them on the tree with plastic clothes pins, take turns picking a word, then ask ome one to spell the words. We have an interesting Bingo word game. our teacher made lists of words which ive us dif- ficulty in reading, one list for each child, however, no two cards are exactly alike. When a word is called we search for it on the_ cardboard and cover it with a small circle. The one who finished a row first wins. We have been making number books, putting in subtraction and addition problems, roman number clock pictures, fact about mea. surements in pints and quarts inches and feet, and rules about thought problems. In art work we enjoyed plate craft and etchings in crayola work. FOURTH GRADE Jim Goforth. Kathryn Kint, Carolyn Martin and Llnda Dotter had ,perfect scores in spelling for the past six week period. We have ttad many absences due to illness this last six weeks. Only two days during the period we had perfect attendance. We hope this six weeks we can do better. We are giving oral book reports now. We have talked about tell- ing just enough of the story to arouse the interest of others to want to read the book. We also are trying to improve our speak- ing by speaking clearly and loud- ly enough so everyone can hear. Sixth Grade Jimmie Walker was ill several days last week. Several are working on team demonstrations for 4H club meet- ings soon. We were all proud "of our grade scrfool band last week at the band festival. In science and health we are studying various foods and their value to our bodies. Ted Kolosick is absent this week because of illness. All the children are looking forward to their one day vaca- tio while the teachers go to teaahers meeting at Edmond Friday. ' Tr [ Samuel Carder moved to Y-t on Tuesday. I All the sixth grade is looking forward to moving to the new room soon. PERSONALS Mr and Mrs Morris Knipe and family of Oklahoma City were here over the weekend visiting I Mr and Mrs Doc Knipe. [ Mr and Mrs Wayne Flaherty of Houston, Texas, are here this 1 week visiting the Carl Stanleys I and Don Mercers. - ] NEAL'S SHOE SHOP GENERAL SHOE REP&IRING All Work Guaranteed 1 door N. of City Hall -- Ph. 194  Perkins Arvil Neal, owner ow on sale at new lower prices! 3,-T SUPER-CUSHION 5 Tire safety beyond compare at this rode-bottom pricel This tire is arnous Goodyear quality inside and out! It has features you won't find in ay other tire at the price. Goodyear's exclusive triple- tempered 3-T Cord Body fights off the dz.,.ee main tire killem--Heat, Shock and Fatigue. oUgh; durable tread means longer wear and extra safey. Famous Stop-Notch tread deslgu raems better traction- on starts, stops and turns. Ge't 3-T Super-Cushlons now for dre safety beyond compare at this rock-bottom price! See ! Mr and Mrs Joe Carrier of Stillwater were dinner guests of the Ralph Grays Suxday. Mrs: The/ma;iVrtln, Mrs 1 C Woodriff and Grace Hopkins of Cushing made a business trip t0 Tulsa Monday. Mr and Mrs Benny Shaffer and family of Ponea City were week end $ests of Mr and Mrs Cecil Shaffer. Visiting in the home of Mr and Mrs Barney Turnham over the weekend were Mr and rs Norris Lacy of Ponea City. Sunday eve- nlng dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Jim Lacy and daughters. Flys to New Mexico Mrs J T Rear took her first Plane ride Sturdy when she flew to Jal, N M, to visit J T Recer and wife a.t $al, and then on to visit Mr and Mrs W D Recer in Eunice, N. M. .Mr amd Mrs Gene Thompson took Mrs  to Oklahom City for th flight. Rainbow Girls Attend Initiation A group of ten Pinbow girls from the Perkins Order attended the initiation exercises of the Stillwater Order of Rainbow For Girls, Monday, February 25. There were nineteen girls from Still- wacr initiated and Miss Vlcky Moser of Perkins. Vicky was in- itiated by the group into the Perkins order. Those attending from Perkins were Janice McLauchlin, Mona Rae Wilcoxsin, Retta Brixey. Willa Jean Hall, Betty Price, Shirley Jacks, Carol Jo Chesney, Sandra Kint, Glenda Mercer, Vicky Moser and the mother ad- visor, Mrs. Goldte Young. Weekend guests of Nora Fulto were Mr and M Louis MAiler f Abllqtne, Kansas, anti lMrs. Alvet CarUle of Oklahoma City. Mr and Mrs Eiton Mtheson of Tuls called Sunday afternoon. THE PERKINS JOURNAl I __Mrs Edn Mann returned Wed- [ with her daughter and h. J ney from Irving, Texas, where I Mr and Mrs R L 18eUet she 1 spent the pt two weeks ', Sl the weekend with. l .nd Mrs Verlin llt. i i i < __ A Good Combinal" ;ion A Checking Account V • ersonahzed Checks Pay By Check with Your own checks .... A foolproof system O PAYNE COUNTY B. NK Member of FDIC PERKINS. 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