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Perkins, Oklahoma
March 29, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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e year Perkins-Tryon is selected by colleges tlniversities in the area with their teacher ed- program. Perkins- School provides class- for student teaching as- in the field of study by the various educa- Students. The Perkins- SChool feels it is an hen- be selected to receive teachers, because it in- faith in the school sys- from the university level. teachers help the in many ways. First, Probably most important, teachers help reduce ratio in the class- Student teachers allow Student in the classroom special help that he not otherwise receive. teachers bring into the new and fresh ideas nanny of our students find ;sting and worthwhile. semester fourteen stu- : teachers are in the school With the education of the In kindergarten Mrs. Lancaster is working Mrs. Parrack. In the first Miss Vivian Cundiff and Charlotte Langley are with Mrs. Cowden and Chesney. Miss Connie and Miss Patrlcla Mc- are working with Mrs. man and Mrs. gwing. Mrs. and Mrs. McDonald in fourth grade have the as- of Miss Debbie Ham- and Mrs. Brenda Helms. Mr. Williams has been plac- :With Mr. Ra.fferty in the fiRh grade. In business Educa- tion Mr. Joe Nickerson and Mrs, Claudean Reynolds can be found working with Mr. Wolfe and Mrs. Evans. Working with Mrs. Sasser in the home economics division are Mrs. Phillis Sams and Mrs. Audine Cooper. Mr. Bruce Kime and Mr. Robert Stites are all over the school working in physical education in grades one through twelve. The teachers that they assist are Mr. Knox, Mr. Bunc, Mr. McUvain, and Miss Brown. Per- kins-Tryon School is very happy to have these student teachers and feel that they are an asset to this school system. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Oldham of Enid and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Boyle of Agra ate dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Reeves this past Sunday. After din- ner Mrs. Boyle, Mrs. Oldham, and Mrs. Reeves attended the funeral services of Everett Huff in Wellston. Mrs. Huff is Mr. Reeves sister. Mr. Boyle and Mrs. Oldham stayed with Mr. Reeves while they were gone. Mr. Reeves is still to ill to go any place. The Perkins Journal, Thursday, March 29, 1973 - 3 Community Building The Board of Educationof the Perkins-Tryon Schools has dir- ected Stillwater attorney, Win- trey Houston, to take the legal steps necessary to transfer title of the old community building from the now defunct trust aut- hority to the local school dis- trict. The Board of Education feels that the school district needs clear title to the property to clarify liability regardless of whether the building is replac- ed or used as it now exists. It is understood that two pos- sible ways to do this are: (1) The community building board of trustees tees could appoint addit- ional trustees and volun- tarily deed the property to the school district. (2) The school district could secure title by ex- ercising its right as a public institution by in- stituting condemnation proceedings. Barbara Tarlton from Per- ldns-Tryon Libraries will attend the 66th annual conference of the Oklahoma Library Association April 5-7 at the Fairmont Mayo itotel in Tulsa. Presided over by OLA pre- sident Dee Ann Ray, director of the Western Plains Library Sys- tem in Clinton, the three-day con-- terence is expected to attract hundreds of librarians from all over the state. g. B. White, award-winnint author of "Stuart Little," "Char- lotte's Web" and "The Trumpet of the Swan," has been invited to attend the Sequoyah Book A- ward luncheon and autograph party op the final day of the con- ference. "Trumpet of the Swan" has been named winner of the 15th annual Sequoyah Children's Book Award. The book was selected by more than 27,000 Oklahoma children aged four through eight who participated in the award reading program. Other featured conference speakers will include Alice Ihrig, Oak Lawn, Ill., past president of the American Library Trustee Association; Dr. G. Robert Car- lsen, professor of English at the University of Iowa and author of "Books and the Teenage Reader: A Guide for Teachers, Librar.~ Sans and Parents"; and con- ference consultant Dr. Edmond Low, librarian at New College, Sarasota, Fla. In addition to regular business meetings, special forums to meet the members' special interests will be held. Topics will include educational television and librar- ies, regional medical library act- ivities, library education and re- venue sharing. Since a board of trustees for the building no longer exists, it is assumed that in order to acquire title to the property, the school would need to initiate legal condemnation proceedings. A lot of the bit bosses of our Ideas pay off. A good idea nation are like a rat whoburies need not necessarily be dra- his head in the sand.., he leaves matic or sensational -- but, something sticking out that is manner is the top ward in any very vulnerable, thought. ROBERT C. (BOB) REYNOLDS.- Candidate For WARD 5 * ON THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES * I DECIDED TO OFFER MY SERVICES AS COUNCIL- MAN AS A RESULT OF MY LONG EXPERIENCE WORKING TO HELP SOLVE CITY PROBLEMS. * I HAVE WORKED WITH THE FEDERAL AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT. * I HAVE WORKED AS A HOME IMPROVEMENT REPRESENTATIVE FOR SEARS. * I WAS A REHABILITATION COUNSELOR FOR URBAN RENEWAL AND REMODELER ESTIMATER. * I AM NOW EMPLOYED AS THE STILLWATER HOUS- ING INSPECTOR. My family an~ I live at 110 E. Third. Mrs, Reynolds was formerly Claudine Berry and is presently student teaching at the Perkins-Tryon High School. We have a son named Bobby who is 12 years old and is in the 6th grade of the Perkins-Tryon School system. Meet the DARROWS: DONNIE, DANNY, BILLIE ANN DARROW AND DWAIN *BOOKKEEPING EXPERIENCE *RECEPTIONIST EXPERIENCE * OFFICE MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE * TYPING *EXPERIENCE IN OFFICE MACHINES TOWN CLERK --" I:OR RIDES TO THE POLLS CALL 547-2390 OR (Paid for by friend's of Billie Darrow] 547-2639