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Perkins, Oklahoma
March 8, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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March 8, 1973

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8 - The Perkins Journal, Thursday, March 8, =12 - The Perkins Journal, Thursday, March 8, Doug Griffon, Perkins, trimming steak at Western Vo-Tech Meat Processing class. MeatProcessing At Vo-Tech Western Vo-TechPs Meat Processing facilitlespassed the inspectors final approval this week and processing began im- mediately. Beef processkug for the food service department of the school was on this week's agenda. Up to this point the students had been working with artificial beef and found the actual live oPeration much more enjoyable. The inspectors were pleased with the plant and referred to R as a model facility. The course is open to women in- terested in the program, es- peclally the process of retail wrapping. Since this is an open ended program, anyone in- terested in learning the meat processing skills should con- tact the instructor, Ron Lay- ton at 562-4200, Burns Fiat. ON REAPPORTIONING The Supreme Court has given state legislatures con- siderable leeway in reap- portioning themselves. The court made the statement after approving a Virginia plan. ON FOOD PRICES The Labor Department has announced that retail food prices rose faster in January than in any month since the Korean War. D I ...Peace of mind is yours with prearranged memorialization. Select your monument before the need arises... MONUMENTS Ilk 24ml 1973 1973 B.J. Crowlofs Week of March 11 PISCES--The most unsel- fish of all is the Piscean. Those born uader this sign are trustworthy. They usu- ally love deeply but once. Best color is green, lucky numbers are 2 and 8 and lucky day is Friday. PISCES--Feb. 19 to March 20--You must listen and read carefully this week. Take care of your health. Success is indicated in all undertakings at this time. t ARIES-March 21 to April 20--Try a different approach to your daily routine. Try doing morning chores in the afternoon and vice versa. Encourage and help your mate or partner to slow down a bit. TAURUS--April 21 to May 20--Plan a vacation. Know where you are going and what you will do when you get there. It could be the most enjoyable sojourn of your life. GEMINI--May 21 to June 20--Your views are well respected by associates. This is the week forthe im- portant discussion you have neglected. CANCER--June 21 to July 22--Be sensitive to the needs of others, one way you can help those about you is to project goodwill wherever you go. LEO--July 23 to Sept. 22 --Trying to climb too high, too fast is not wise. Check your ambitions and aspira- tions with members of your family. They can advise ob- jectiveiy. VIRGO--Aug. 23 to Sept. 22--Don't go into spring looking like a drab dullard. Buy some of those good- looking clothes you have your eye on. You are never too young or too old to care about your appearance. LIBRA--Sept. 23 to Oct. 22--Give a helping hand to a friend who seems to be down on his luck, even if Miss Janet Alene Gibson from Olive High School was crowned Miss Central Tech during the festive ceremonies at the for- real ball which climaxed Nat- ional Vocational Education Week recently. Johnnie Cher- bla~c of Tulsa served as mas- ter of ceremonies bringing alive the theme "Iris A Wonderful World." From the six contestants seeking to wear the crown of Miss Central Tech, five judges named Miss Vickie Sue Savory of Rlpley High School as Miss DECA, Miss Pare McHughes of Sapulpa High School as Miss VICA and Miss Janet Gibson as it is only an offer of a kind word. An enjoyable social event is in the offing. SCORPIO--Oct. 23 to Nov. 22--Be fair in your think- ing. Avoid making positive statements of generaliza- tion whereby you express opinions that all of some- thing is bad, when you know full well there is good in every living thing. SAGITTARIUS-- Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 -- Self analysis is necessary now to deter- mine if you are going where you want to go. Time is the most precious gift to man. Use yours wisely. CAPRICORN -- Dec. 22 to Jan. 19--Chattiness is taking too much time from your working day. Be friend- ly, but brief. Try projecting a better image of yourself by neither condemning, crit- icizing or complaining. AQUARIUS -- Jan. 20 to Feb, 18--You are being no- ticed by someone by whom you wish to be n o t ic e d. Concentrate now on your posture and appearance. Bow ties are back in style for men--and rather large ones at that. Spring jackets for suits come in beautiful pastel colors. Some are hip length withou(a belt--others have belts across the back--but all have a fitted look. Miss FBLA. From Miss Gibson was Central Tech. Former swe~ the gayly colored each youth ors, bearing letters over the shoulder of sweetheart. Present VICA 1972, Miss ley of Mannford 19'/2, Miss Connie Perkins. The title of Miss ity 1973 went to Savory and Miss Pami es. This honor is the participants and cherished. Judges for the were Mrs. Kelly tow; Mr. Tim Sapulpa; Mr. Glen Stroud; Mr. Louis Jr. of Bristow; and Brown of Cushing. Coronation began 8:30 p.m. with music provided by Larry man's band. As each heart's name was entered the Seminar the arm of her testants were: Miss ley a member of VICA, ed by Glen Hill, both of Tammy Harper a FBLA and from corted by Mike lng; and LaTonia Boyd her of DECA hie Maret of Cushin son was escorted Christian of Stroud; Hughes was escorted Wald of Sapulpa; vory was escorted Miller of Stroud. All are members of the organizations at Central The judges to talk With lier at a dinner at the l Kettle in Oilton. They to Central Tech was interviewed. phase of the contest questions drawn on stage and answered the audience. The Seminar Center beautifully decorated world in the center of ing floor. 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