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PAGE 10 -- The Perkins JommalThursday, March 15, 1984" 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. I:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Wednesday, March 14 5th and 6th Boys -- Team 1 vs. Team 2 High School Boys -- Team 1 vs. Team 3 Men Under 35 -- Winner of 7:00 p.m. game Monday vs. Team 3 Men Under 35 -- Winner of 8:00 p.m. game Monday vs. Team 6 Thursday, March 15 5th and 6th Girls -- Team 1 vs. Team 3 High School Girls Team 1 vs. Team 2 ~V[en Under 35 -- Loser of 7:00 p.m. game Monday vs. Loser of 8:00 game Wed. Men Under 35 -- Loser of 8:00 p.m. game Monday vs. Loser of 7:00 p.m. game Wed. Friday, March 16 5th and 6th Boys -- Team 2 vs. Team 3 7th and 8th Boys -- Team 2 vs. Team 3 7th and 8th Girls -- Team 2 vs. Team 3 Men Under 35 -- Winner of Wed. 7:00 p.m. game vs. Winner of Wed. 8:00 p.m. game Men Under 35 -- Winner of Thurs. 7:00 p.m. game vs. Winner of Wed. 8:00 p.m. game Saturday, March 17 5th and 6th Girls -- Team 2 vs. Team 3 5th and 6th Boys -- Team 1 vs. Team 3 7th and 8th Girls -- Team 1 vs. Team 3 7th and 8th Boys -- Team 1 vs. Team 3 High School Boys -- Team 2 vs. Team 3 Men Under 35 -- Winner of Fri. 9:00 p.m. game vs. Winner of Wed. 8:00 p.m. game High School Girls Team 2 vs. Young Adult Women Men Over 35 -- Team 1 vs. Team 2 Elementary Teachers vs. Older Adult Women Men Under 35 -- Winners of Fri. 8:00 p.m. game vs. Winners of Sat. 5:00 p.m. Troolm 466 arid 203 with their booth on Mexico. Debbie DeCordova, Anita WestfaIL Vicki Windiate, Lisa Doyle, Kelly Spence, Sharon Kinzie, Laura Baxter. High School Boys Team 1 -- Joel Robbins, Glen Johnson, Wes Hodges, Harlan McKosato, Steve McDaniel, Lloyd Evans, Shawn Jones. High School Boys Team 2 -- David Craycraft, Tony Tabor, Scott Irwin, Frankie Blumer, Scott Brigge, Kenny Sylvester, Todd Higgins. ' High School Boys Team 3 -- Corby Doyle, David Cypert, Joe Hoover, Rex Branstetter, Bobby Buck, Mark Littlefield0 Cory McDaniel. Men Under 35 Team I -- Bob Paul Evans, Bruce Field, Craig Bradley, Randy Hall, Doug Brad- ley, Lynn Kinder, Mark Caldwell, Terry Kinzie, Elmer Brown. Men Under 35 Team 2 Duke, Ken Close. Men Over 35 Team 2 -- Bill Hughes, Lloyd Moor- man, Albert Sharp, Daryl Evans, J.C. Doyle, Bill Littlefield, Jerry Sadler. Elementary Teachers -- Debbie Anderson, Kathy Payne, Judy Spillars, Kim Van Antwerp, Leona Harris, Willa Jean Casey, Karen Folks, Janet Hig- gins, Lorraine Caldwell, Barbara Tarlton, Judy Moorman, Carolyn Brad- ley, Stella Hughes, Sherry Bostian, Tryon Elem. Teachers. Adult Women -- Sha- ron Higgins, Patty John- son, Virginia Bates, Sheila Evans, Carol Low, Effie Fulneche Joan McDaniel, Wendy Vaughn, Catherine Littlefield, Linda Doyle, Paulette Cundiff. The following is a list- ing of Super 8 Football Films for Auction by the All Sports Booster Club Saturday, March 17 at the -- Lynn Vaughn, Brad game Clayborn, Greg Baker, Okl I n otber categories where three games are played, the winner will be determined by adding total points made Larry Collins, Dan Kastl, in the tournament if there is a tie in the number of Calvin Oyster, Kevin Zet- terberg, Ron Bays, Randy Johnson, Tammie Dear, Michelle McDonald, Teren Wolfe, Jacldyn Robbins, Dawn Coffman, Lisa Harper, Robin Hooser. Young Adult Women -- Karen Grooms, Debbie Lightfoot, Barbara Col- lum, Judy Dean, Kathy Porter, Vickie Lockwood, games won. Fowble. Men Under 35 Team 3 -- Darrell Sadler, Steve Dodson, Tracy Farmer, Eric Smith, Klane Kirby, Robert Allen, Shawn Hooser, Randy Jarvis, Pete Windiate, Freddie Pitts Men Under 35 Team 4 -- DeWayne Deaver, Nick Westbrook, Wade Fields, Rick Hamilton, Mike Hooser, Rick Fowble, Dave Heaton, Tim Spence, Carroll Sadler. Men Under 35 Team 5 -- Glenn Taylor, Ryan Wilson, Tom Hunt, Mike Cameron, Terry Grooms, John Thompsen, Terry Sheets, Terry Bridwell, Jerry Payne. Men Under 35 Team 6 -- Steve Sharp, David Bates, Bob Johnson, Larry Huff, Scott Pace, Dearl Reid, Tim Bastian, Pat Dotson, Randy Peery Men Over 35 Team 1 -- Jerry Wilson, Gilbert Meyer, Bill McDaniel, Jim Niles, Bob Dickson, Bob High School Gi: Is Team 1 -- Cindy Hazelbaker, Ronda Simpson, Jana Smith, Sherry Craycraft, Lori Redus, Julie Ryan, Meryl Elwood, Stephanie Miller, Alisa Payne, Suzann Casey. High School Girls Team 2 -- Deena Hastings, Caryn Hughes, Tummy; Gallery of Homes VIDA ROBSON REALTOR -ASSOCIATE Res: (405) 547-5362 Real Esfafe Ouesflon$? P~, hI@| fro@ tO coil me anytime. Ii m Warren B. Cooke & Associates, INc. | 23?3(405) 372-7500) West Sixth Avenue, Stillwater, OK 74074 | Ad Good Thursday thin Saturday Bale Best Hi-Pro "95 i0% T.D.N." L S. slOTS Bar-B-Que 224 N. Main * 547-2266 Griffin's Lean Lean Fresh 19 LB. 32 oz. Mix-Up Tournament. Auctioneer will be Clay Durnall of Perkins: 8-21-81 -- Jones (Scrimmage) 8-28-81 -- Pond Creek 9-4-81 -- Meeker 9-12-81 -- Pawnee 9-25-81 -- Crescent 10-2-81 -- Stroud 10-9.81 -- Drumright 10-16-81 -- Kellyville 10-23-81 -- Chandler 10-30-81 -- Newkirk By Winnie Corley People are tired of rude people believes Ann Ho- gan, director of the 'TIan- ners Class" originated at Liberty, a small country school in Sequoyah County. "I think that's why our project skyrock- eted to national fame," suggests Ms. Hogan. The idea for a class in manners was originated one day, when Mr. Leroy Taylor, principal at Liberty, took a group of seventh and eighth graders to the funeral of a former schoolmate--killed in an electrical accident. He was amazed at how insecure and uncertain these students were on such an occasion. They seemed neither to know what to expect or how to react at the funeral. Tay- lor suddenly realized that working mothers no longer find time to teach the social graces to their children. Here the idea sur- faced, "Why not teach at school what has been so sadly neglected at home?" Being an innovative prin- cipal, Mr. Taylor was al- ready aware of federal monies to create worth- while projects. At that time, nothing seemed more worthwhile than a school wide program of correct social behavior. Although many teachers complained of a great need in this area, none seemed to know what could be done about it. Immediately Mr. Taylor set in motion the machinery necessary to get a federal grant for this purpose. Although this was a competitive meas- ure, this grant was awarded. The school received enough money for some equipment as well as a full time director. Ms. Hogan was chosen as director with little idea of how such a program should be set up. This entitlement was designated as the Title 4-C program--the four C's standing for common sense, courtesy, consider- ation, and citizenship. For laok of a more descriptive 8-20-82 -- Davenport (Scrimmage) 9.3-82 -- Prague 9.10-82 -- Meeker 9-17-82 -- Tonkawa 9-24-82 -- Crescent 10-1-82 -- Hennessey 10-8-82 -- Chandler 10-14-82 -- Jones 10-22-82 -- Pawnee 10-29-82 -- Drumright 11-5-82 -- Newkirk 11-12-82 -- Chandler 8-19.83 -- not listed 8-26-83 -- Yale @ name, Mr. Taylor called this the "Good Manners Class" Although there were a few books in the library on social behavior, none gave a hint as to how to teach manners to children. Ms. Hogan says. '~e wound up having to develop our own curriculum. However, this method has its advan- tages. We were able to tailor the lessons to our own needs." This tailoring includes projects for classes kinder- garten through eighth grade. Smaller children respond best to stories, songs, and puppets, with plenty of awards for good manners. "Motivation, our greatest challenge," Ms, Hogan continues, ' vas strengthened by allowing the children to help. They wrote stories and poems and put on puppet shows." ' lder students become more involved with par- ties, mock weddings and funerals. Since a part of our duty was to dis- seminate information, we invited the Sequoyah County Times up for in- terviews." "The next day, after their story hit the news stands, the Tulsa World sent a reporter down. Then it hit the wire serv- ice. This put Liberty on the map. The results were phenominal for a small country school." Ms. Hogan goes om "New York called the next day. As a result, we did I don't know how many ra- dio shows for New York, Indiana, and Chicago." 'Tee had tv crews here from Oklahoma City and Ft. Smith, and a Dallas production company came for PM Magazine." All this was very excit- ing but made progress both slow and difficult. Ms. Hogan was teaching, writing, directing, and handling all this publicity. Of all the extra work she says, were definite ly three of the most event- ful and rewarding years of my life." She then continues, "In of a cut in federal Participate In Thinking Day Girls in Brownie Troops 616 and 203 and Junior Troops 203 and 466 took part in Thinking Day ac- tivities at the Payne County F airgrounds February 25. Girl Scout Thinking Day is a day set aside each year for Girl Scouts to think about girls all over the world known as Girl Scouts and Girl' Guides. Girls from Perkins, Still- water, Morrison and Ripley enjoyed visiting the booths of the different troops, tasting foods, learning games and songs, looking at displays and demonstrating their own new knowledge. Brownie Troop 616 studied England and shared with everyone what they had learned. Girls in this troop are Wendy McNelly, Kristal Beyl, Shawna Robinson, Keedra Justus, Janette Lee, Fran Hrencher, Christy Lancaster, Tara Warren, Megan Crane, Kari Willingham, Jennifer Furman, Crystal Kelly, Angella Marshall, Kari Beery with leaders Mar- garet Hrencher, Janet Lee and Mary Ellen Beyl. Combined troops 203 and 466 chose Mexico as their project. Each girl made a poster about Mex- ico, learned some Mexican crafts and demonstrated to everyone a game that children play in Mexico. Girls in the Junior Troops are Lisa Lancaster, Holly Harris, Jenny Goforth, Marsha Bowyer, Jody Bentley, Tina Jardot, Brandy Thompson, Desiree Pogue, Cassie Brownie Troop 616 with their booth on Burton, Jennifer Savory, Roggow, Amy Andrea Showecker, Tonya Slusser, Natalie Pogue, Jennifer liams, Shauna Thomas, Pare Scott, Kel- with leaders ly Perkins, Shelly Gser, Lora Bastion with leaders Bonnie McNelly and Janet Burton. Brownie Troop 203 girls include Christie Beane, stien, Phyllis Sandra Eshelma The girls they share their ship in Girl nearly 8 million 104 countries. same Girl Scout Amanda Boshart, Jami in many Beery, Suzy Constien, Ka- girls share thy Constien. Erica Crane, terest and Jennifer Eshelman, Traci have similar Furman, Gina McNelly, dreams for their Raegan Savage, Heather --Norma LOOKING FOR RENTERS CUSHING -- The com- mittee working on the renovation of Hotel Cush- ing, with plans progress- ing to make the building a housing facility for senior citizens, is assembling a list of potential renters if the project is completed. More names are needed. The committee continues to receive letters of support. RESIDENT NURSING Mrs. Bonita Stillwater Journal readers that her father, Gardner Westhaven Home in present time. soon, he will moved to S. Willis, would love to cards and notes Perkins friends. M " class the United States funding, we were able to finish setting up our cur- riculum. Our fourth year was evaluation year, after which our program received the stamp of ap- proval. Our material is now available to any school which wishes to use it. "At present three schools have adopted our curriculum, including one in Shawnee. Here, a semi- nar to train teachers for using the program was held before school started this year." "We have the complete eight-year program as resource material in our school library, but its use is left to the discretion of the individual teacher." Whether or not this project goes down in his- tory as another waste of federal funds will be deter- mined by how widely the 100 YEARS OLD BARNSDALL -- Mrs. Cora Lorton observed her 100th birthday recently at the Barnsdall nursing home. Mayor Ed Brown presented her a plaque on the occasion. She came to Indian Territory by co- vered wagon in the late 1880's. She was one of a family of five boys and program is put "Anyway," concludes, "I program speaks We can see a improvement in havior of our and girls." four girls. She husband Osage country years. -o- SEILING mately 25 dents met with Board to present ! questions and they wanted by Monday, a Ladies' Girls" Brown Duck in Men's Overall's & Carpenter's Overalls Ship 'N' Shore Girl's Blouses in plm Ship 'N' Shore Ladies' Blouses in Black & Dotted Swiss on White Camoufl Crown Work 19@7"