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April 5, 1984

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r, PAGE 12 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, April 5, 1984 Special Olympics Dinner is scheduled for April 15 There will be a bake sale He said small awards of this Saturday to raise recognition would be money for a covered-dish given to each of the 18 dinner honoring par- participants from P-T ticipants in this year's schools. Special Olympics pro- Support for the project gram from the Perkins- was not long in coming, Tryon school system, he said. Several The sale and dinner are downtown businesses being sponsored by the have donated money or local chapter of the crafts to be sold, the Education Support Per- school has donated the sonnel of Oklahoma tables to be used at the organization, dinner and the City of Pies, cakes and other Perkins has waived the baked goods as well as fees to rent the Billie J. hand crafts will be sold in Dickson III Memorial front of Del-Mar's Park Pavillion. grocery store starting at Shotwell said the ESPO 9 a.m. Donations will also group is also looking at be taken for a drawing for setting up a scholarship a "Cabbage Patch" doll fund with club money. and other items. " In case of rain, tile bake The dinner is sale will be conducted in- schedulted for April 15, side Del-Mar's and the the day after the didtrict dinner will be held in the Special Olympics meet in high school cafeteria, he Stillwater, Dan Shotwell, said. ESPO chapter president -o- said. BARNSDALL --The "Basically, what we're school has received three trying to do is just show n, w fire proof filing the Special Olympics kids cabinets so all permanent that we're behind them," records are now safely Shotwell said. stored. Cubs and Dads Make Cakes Cub Scout Pack 24 held it's regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 27, 1984, at the United Methodist Church, in Perkins. The theme for the month was "Wheels, Wings, and Rudders". The boys and their dads made and decorated cakes, which were judged by Art and Marilyn McFarlin, owners of "Art and Marilyns Makins", in Stillwater. The meeting came to order, and Den I gave the opening. It was announc- ed that, due to rapid growth, Den i has split to form a new Den. Cindy Antle is the new Den Leader for Den 1, which will keep the original boys, and Carri Jerkins is. the new Den Leader for the newly formed Den 3, which is made up of the new boys. Winners of the cake judging were announced. 1st place--Paul Ford and father, Rick 2nd place--Jeromy Antle and father, Roger 3rd place--Stance Hurst and father, Steve, The pack 'gave gift cer- tificates from the scouting catalog, in vary- ing amounts to the win- ners of the competition, and Mr. and Mrs. McFarlin gave gift cer- tificates, redeemable at their store. The pack ap- preciated the time and ef- fort given by Mr. and Mrs. McFarlin from their busy schedule. Boys earning badges were: Eric Allen--Bobcat Matt Parsell--Wolf Travis Majors--Citizen & Craftsman Matt Hrencher--Forester & Outdoorsman Scott Ford--Forester and Geologist Chris Wolf--Citizenship Davy McNelly--Forester, Artist, and Traveler Boys and leaders receiv- ing 1st year pins were: Matt Hrencher, Travis Majors, Bryan Payne, Brian Reams, Glen Wilson, Elaine Blair, Nan- cy Ford, Rick Ford. One boy received his 2 year pin: Paul Ford Boys and leader receiv- ing 3 year pins were: Scott Ford, Davy McNel- ly, and Bonnie McNelly Four boys received the highest award in Cub Scouting; the "Arrow of Light". It is the only badge from Cub Scouting that a boy may wear on his uniform when he graduates to Boy Scouts. Those boys earning this award are: Davy McNelly, Matt Hrencher, Travis Majors, and Scott Ford. After all business was discussed, the cakes were auctioned to the highest bidder. The auction was conducted by Jim Wilson, and the lady keeping everything in order as it was sold was his wife, Ella. The time that Mr. and Mrs. Wilson have donated to the pack ac- tivities is greatly ap- preciated. Money from the auction will be used to purchase awards, trophys, and other sup- plies the pack may need for the coming year. The next Pack Meeting will be on April 24, 1984, at 6:30 in the evening, at the United Methodist Church. It will be a "Kite Derby", and the kites will be judged on decoration and flying. Each boy and his family will make and decorate a kite from scratch, NO KITSI The public is always welcome. Pack 24 will do a Ser- vice Project on April 7. Meliasa Bendure, 324 Chantry, is won the television in a freq presented with a portable television McAnally's held during and clock-radio by Carol Snyder, said the store will have a manager of McAnally's Grocery Store, April for a microwave oven. 124 N. Main. Bendure's husband, Don, The boys and any WALLS TO COME TO GET members of their families DOWN POLICE interested in helping, will TECUMSEH -- Demo- PAWHUSKA paint the bleachers at the lition of the walls, all that Skiatook firm city park. 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