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OF THE WEEK one-third of will be in-house and ill,clad. On- call it vacation --Joseph Salak O % ;i NO. 29 Perkins, PaymD Comzty, ~ - USPS 425040 THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1989- More By Bob Evans i spring go? How soon fickle Oklahoma can be. A snow in April Unusual in the Sooner that it doesn't hap- often and it won't last Let's hope the fruit flowers weather If Monday morning of it, my personal is that they ll sur- always tell by our dangerously cold, up tight. They somewhat to the cold but not severe XXX recall the blizzard of middle of April that ss Oklahoma. At least snow blew in and for a couple thousands of s and their parents The Perkins-Tryon board of New Home Ec how much the building will cost. in the neighborhood of $70,000 to regular May meeting. The education met Monday night to Projects discussed for theSupt. Don Dale had said earli& $80,000 using a $20 per square tion became open when Jim go over several items that require remodeling of the present that the board is basically in- foot figure. ' Hyder resigned to accept tKe remodeling present school rooms school campus include a new terestedin getting the buildingin superintendent 's position in as part of the $1,450,000 home economics classroom, a place, then see hew many extras R Mrve Needed classroom expansion project that middle school science room, possi, they can afford with the amount The board was generally in Ri " Dale said it looked like' ' ble dressing rooms and a storage of funds available Alternatesagrsemmt that a resm I be the open trender law is dead for room at the middle school gym, will get underway this summer. The board will budget for cow struction the $1,210,000 bond issue, plus interest earned on the bonds of approximately $42,000, plus a major portion of $260,000 that has and wail accumulate in remodeling of the former in- dustrial arts building, creation of a teacher's restroom in the elementary, the moving of special. education classrooms, the croa- that will be considered are maintained in the building rural, this seseiou of the legislature, and amoLmts to be spent on parking Supt Dale said he could fines and penalties for those lots, roof, toilets, corridor walls, a need for a possible $100,000 in schco s mmntaining classroom chalk and tack board, fascia, roof repairs i maintenance on counts over state requirements csrpet, heating systems, kitchen all campus buildings over the would be forgiven. If they are not, equipment, eta, all which can be next few years, it will cost Perkine-Tryon $3000 _the building fund, plus a poss le tion of new offices for the elemen- add one. Locke, Wright and 15 Apply in state funds as they are over tim $50,000 from the general fund tary principal and secretary, split- Foster istbe architectural firm In other business, the board21 student requirement slightly balance, to build a 16-room tingavallablekitcbenequipmeat crsating the plane, waspresentedasunmmrylietof in some instances. His under- elementaryschoolbuilding, equip betwsea high school and elemen- At Monday's special board 15 appli ,c,ants for the high school standing is dass size will ba set it, and remodelpresent facilities tar), campuses, removing themeeting, the heard discussedprincipal s position Supt. Dale at 22 students next year. It will on the West 2nd Street campus, home economics cottage from the remodeling of facilities at the 2nd said he anticipat other applka- be 23 this year if it is legislative- Priorities at the new Elemen- campus, and moving two portabh Street campus. Present with tiona The board asked him toly forgivmt tary school campus on east Kirk classrooms from the present cam- plans and proposals was homenarrow the applicants down to At 10 p. the board toured include a 27,816 foot sixteen pus totheelementarycampus, economics instructor Janet thres. Supt. Ddemddhe the varlotm areas of the campus classroom building for approx- Waiting on Bids Karner. It is estimated the new he could present his rsport atthe that erednef rmmodelingwcvk. imately 400 students K-4th grade E yen though plans are beinghome economics room, to be lo- with an equipped kitchen andformulated for the expansioncatad in the wing south of the lunchroom. Added to this will be gram, little can be finalized until gymnasium, will cost betwmm will two portable classrooms from the bids are opened on the elementary $85,000 and $40,000. The present thered at Enid for the main campus, and a metal construction andkitchenequip- home ec cottage locatad south of . My mother physical education building, ment May9, and it is determined the high school building will be River Boys Sat a carload there, and left removed from the school grounds. , sister and I at home Sdace Room . xxx . Horsethief Canyon Will Be The middle school science The Perkins Chamber o| Com- t hey pedorm in their own thea~ room, which will be located in meres will present the FoggyFor more than 22 years they ' eavy snow onMarc what is now the two first grade River Boys, at the Cimarr thrilled and excited audiences t it put phone and elec- TTheea:EUATed rtin OETA She,, ing rooms in the olammtary buflding, Country Ballroom Saturday throughout the country. They :- out of commission in W will cost an estimated $15,000, night, April 15 at 8 p. promi two hours of musicial recall it especially the main expense being six Tickets areonsalebyChamher ment that spans the Vonnethe arrivaland Iofwereour " pa mini- outlaw days, the d;scovery of oil, science-tables and the plumbing of Commerce members, ,,Th spectrum from country, gospel ! he town's doctor was series, a portion of which was and the role of aviation in the and wiring to make them rune- Payne County Bank, Perkins pep hits and barbershop harmony back in an Enid filmed at Horsethief Canyon near state's history, tionaLThescie eroomwillmrve Journal, Perkins Tag Agency,bbmds. They have something ! lowing surgery. His Perkins, will be shown at 8 p. Several Perkins residents were the three 5th grade rooms and and Eades Hmxiwara Prices amthe entire family, and the Vici was going tobeginning April l6 through April used as stand ins when filming three 6th grade rooms locatad in $7 for advanco and $g at ChamberofComme eisb baby. Vici was 20 20th. ,, was completedatHorsethidCau-the original elementary lmllding the door. Children under twelve the performancs as a show for tbe Traffic was not mov-' )klahoma Passages is a yon last summer. Ben and Termm constructad in1938, aswdlasthe areS3, whole family. million dollar production filmed Holder, owner of Horsethlef Ca-7th and 8th grad . Proceeds from the show will be The Foggy River Boys include erna pairOklahmaof tire chains at five locations in Oklahoma. nyon, helped make arrangements Partiti aing the large in- used for Chamber of Co e Bob Moskop, Dale Sullen& n installe L We spent The series covers Oklahoma from for the filming. Ben served I dustrial arts room, space made community project& Dmuml Koont , .John Shep s weekend waiting, the CiviJ War years through the wrangler and provided the aVailahle when the progrgm was TheFog Riv Boys to John Mitdmll, Bob Hill, Ben practically over- Land Run of 1889, the state's livestock plumed out this year, is estimated Perkins from the Ozark Motmt4fin Weatherford, Danny Smith, ; ing, however. The , ....... $5,000. Coun in Bm, M(x, Dykes and Don Shelton. itckly the doctor from the hospital" X totlm osm- .... feet to deliver the is ted to cost $6400. Doors will be installed between next week. , thehighschoolseisaceroomand day urtlaughter aDOU VFW and Auxiliary an adjacent room; also between President Men m in street of Members Perkins Gymnastic Mini- two special education rooms :l,ah Of course she rac' hatwaslocatedin The VFW members of Post 7322 Meet Will Be Saturday which will eventually become FrankEadeswasel ctedMml- FrankEades, Lion Tamer; l year building on main and Ladies Auxiliary will meetA Gymnastic Mini-Meet will be elementary administrative day night to be Lions club p d- directors, Cliff Olson David ere was one hospitalThursday night, April 13 at 7 p.m. held Saturday, April 15 in the P-T offices. expectant and new to hold the annual election of of- High School gym beginning at 9 Space for the teacher's dent next year. Hewllltake fl Smmer, and two year directors, Itayed overnight andricers. All members are encouraged a.n to 1:30. restrcomintlmelommtarywillbe in July, succeeding Carl More- Emil Kastl and J. L. Yenngker. nextday Folkswould to he there The meeting will be held Events will be: 9 am. Beginners; t aken from lmrt of the mechanical land, who has served this lmst Lio sIbe voted tospon, !f the st t to see the at regular meeting place (in the 10 &n~ Boys; 10:30 awards for the room next to the girl's restroom, year. sor the annual 4th of July It was quite an occa- basement under Cimarron Autoabove categories. 11:30 In- T he dreseing rooms in the middle Other officers elected by display, amisigned school will be in the division of ciamation were: C. D. Milmm,ecatract purcba .n a display a new baby was born.Parts). termediate; 12:30 Pre-Team and the room ust east of the hallway vice-lrseident DavidSMml, that will cost some $2600., :.e long for the word to 1:30 Awards for the above two entrance rote the gymnsiun vicepreaident; Dennis Kutl, Srd Cooks Elsie Grant and Edna I down the street. Playday is Scheduled categories. x x x , For April 30 There will be a concession stand Trmmpo t Food? " vice-president; Jim Niles, Eyler served roast beef, potato,_ and raffles with all proceeds g ng The board discussed at lengthtary; Bennett Andrew& tre ur- and gravy, green beans, tossed to Tip The Journm The Perkins Round-Up Club is with cafeteria manager Ruby er; Larry Plank, taft twister;, salad, and lemon cake. for new equipment. rland and Teri Wells, et sponsoring a PlayDay on Sunday, There is no admission and anyone Mangold, the cost of operating remodeling of the two April 30, 1:30 p.m. Entry fees are is welcome to attend. Raffle tickets two complete kitchens (one at the " g fo " s' 'tops in Perkins. The $6 for all events and $2 for one will be available for S0 cents. Brsn- highschoo[~td--atthoolom~- Plans progressm r Perkm SPorting new awnings, ~, Paving, new storage event. " da Perkins is instructr and tar Y) in cmparisn t having he d Annual T G gc Sale expansions and addi- There is no admission, coordinator, kitcben and- atelliting ood from one campus to the other. 2n own ara e. SEN SHEDRICK GETS The board asked for more detail Stop 1 downtown real- RURAL WATER AWARD to be developed by Mrs. Mangold Twenty-seven Chamber of establishing a regular schedule new look insid Once State Senator Bernice All-State Awards Banquet and Dr. Dale They were concrete- Commm members and guests for street cleanh It was pointed the new store has just Shedrick, Stillwater, received Is Saturday ed that the savinge to pmlmm the attending Thursday's m tin4 out that at mm time the Chamher re. space to allow the special recognition recently at lly get it layed out awards ceremonies during theThe Oklahoma Foundation for mealSsport werein Onenotkitchenmore significant.and tran- discummdgroup has tmd~'way~projeCtSat the pre-the employmistreets, a person to sweep the Oklahoma Rural Water Associa- Excellance will hold its Third An- Mrs. Mangold suggested a plan sent time Members were reminded !s of dollars were in- tion's 19th annual meeting held nual Academic All,State Awards to transport bread, salads and The Chamber is asoving theOlympics will be held fin he remodeling of the March 21, at the Lincoln Plaza Banquet on Saturday evening,vegetables from the elementary Foggy River Boys country mmdcOklahoma this summer .and?h . - it is certainly evi- Forum in Oklahoma City. April l5 at the Myriad Convention to the high school The high shew that will be held Sa_tt rday .d oft !ofvi 'torm l should be proud. The special legislative award Center in Oklahoma City. P-Tschool cafeteria operates asand- evening at 8 p. m in theCimK-b otho ._taTho x x x was presented to Senator seniorAngelaMoormanwilloneofwichcounterandaealadcounter ronBellroomnorthof on ling olymplee wili be held at 0SU Other major business Shedrick by ORVvA President the 100 students to receive the for students 7th grade and above, Highway 177. and them will be an abundanc ts. Perkins Builders award. The All-Staters will receive also offering a required class A legislative service and contribu- a $I000 scholarship for the college meal There was discussion ofThe Chamber is guaranteeing the Stillwater are& Rogene been remodeling forPhillip Klutts for her dedicated Ticket sales are now undm ay,visitors in the Perkins ahd , Wne and will be hav- tions to rural Oklahoma of his/her choice, an Academic All- dropping the hamburger and musical group a $3,000 fee, and said there were othe.r events thg t opening. Watch for -o- State Medallion, and each student salad service and offering class A after, paying promotion and would attract people to this i x x x . COYLE BOARD TO MEET will take home a Foundation 'Tlag meals, or checking regulations building expenses, holm to have including the July Lime,s north of town upa THURSDAY NIGHT of Excellence" to be flown over and ascertainin8 absolute re-funds left to belp fmanee lmme o( how, the Hereford AssociatiOn City Clerk Sue Galloway their school for one year. quirements on offering class A their communi projects. Tic-Show, and the Coin and ha e installed the reports that the regular April P-T has been honored to have a meals. It is reported that at least kets are available from Chamber Show. in a )art of the meeting of the Coyle city board student receiving this honor each one high school is not offering members ov at Eadss Hardware,David Sasser reminded mere- by their and the Coyle Public Works year since its inception. The first rental stor The Authority will be at 7:30 p.recipient was Corby Doyle, and class A mania the C nber of Commerce Offies, hers that he has tickets for The cafeteria at the present the Payne County Bank and Li m Boys Ranch barbecue si toning tables. Thursday evening. Brent and BryanFrazier were last time is taking in more than it is Perkins Journal. Advan tickets lmyrlde to be held April 22. Xxx Items on the agenda other than y ear 's award winners, spending, but additional m- are $7 for adults and 88 for mrc is featur- routine inchde signing the Tri- The public is invited and en-quirements to feed students at children 11 and under, cld and new car- Star Cable TV permit to Mission couraged to attend the Awards , : of Cable; hiring a relief polics officer; Banquet and show their support forcost as much as $11,000 more an-the tw Perkina campuses could huraremindsdChamhermembersChamberpresidsntC'D'Mi" In entallV . :. The mem- and opening cemetery summer the honored students and nually. The school willbe offering who volunteered to help with the complimented for maintenance bids. educators. Tickets are $15 per per- food services at three campuses, various prepm tion mtd dmmup AI WIBII was in to pay her son. For more information call the Fcod service will be discussed at chores preceding and IIItimtod she hul l the old land- The Coyle board will have a Foundation offi%at 405/236-0006. later meetings. in Perkins. It's special meeting Monday, April the Foggy River Boys show. outh bmder...W. yet original Beau- 17, at which time newly elected Custodial Costs Rogene Moreland, chairman It. 6kwm was into wish us good lack in eny ew' ventttm wemitrht officers will take the oath of office Supt. Dale pointed out that a theMay 13 townwidogarageMIo haw and hepm the new _edit ,. x x x and the new board will organize. TRYON CHAMBER study is being done on custodial and the townwide cleanup cam- Want to forget to Those who will be administered PLANNING FOR costs at the new building, and paign on Saturday, May 6, lm ts mI he t John Baker has a the oath of office are Bill Austin, FOUNDERS DAY preliminary studies indicate that repartadthatthetwolm Jm mm al mwith.., om inawhllo.,. Mr. was in to renew Project underway at trustee, 4 year term; Bobby Ray The Tryon Chamber of Com- one eight hour per day custodian on schedule will be able to handle the new Chamber nmmbem eulmltptteu and we ,we erous holes wereNunn and Delbert WoodsmalL 2merce is beginning plans for the@ building in co, unction with the4th of July dlmee for I- em4y he waitsd too le . rick walls, a new year unexplrad trustse terms; and and celebration to be held on Satur- regular building" maintenancemunitytoone,andvotodtospm _ 'talled at the front Sabra Gould, clerl 2nd Annual Founders Day Parade .. $te t now gettln items rs dy for mmge redo on red boards replaced sor it again this year as part of 1 &.. Mmmls Loft to day, September 23. Sen. Bernice personneLphyeiealEd the annual 4th of July tlmlmelmgeofehemeonBillslns" txx>den floor. OSU Photography C.lass Shedrick will be parade grand mar- )efense boys (andTo Be In Perkins Friday shall, and there will be nu sThe board discussed the Celebration. enacementblock The OSU Journalism School other groups in the l l m. parede, physical edueation building that LeonandMaryMo 4othank- tant Potato st agand trained it in- photography clam students will be The Chamber would like for all area will be lof~ted on the tt ~ of ad the ChK~r ~r thor as- t]~ ~ d$~t. M didn~ ~V a ... tolmq l cations and com- in Perkins, Friday morning, April folks to plan to attend the Septem- the elementary schooL The si tan in the Isl i to the City Hall...which of hard work 14 shooting photor. Terry Clark is ber 23 event, building is not included in the stock show. evident there, instructbr, basebid, but is estimated to cost Chamber elt'stlmetopeythewate r ~ of I itrut Id -