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8 'i ,!i PAGE 6 -- The Perkins Journal U II I JULIE PAYNE Julie Payne's family has inspired her most by "standing by me through the bad times and through the good times and helping make my high school years fun. and memorable." Julie, daughter' of Johnny and Mildred Payne, has attended school at Perkins all of her 13 years. Julie's favorites are Long John Silvers, diamonds, roses, Wranglers, Flashdance, videos, and Gallager. She enjoys going fishing, shopping, eating, and sleeping. She wants to will "my abili- ty to fix my own hair and height to Lisa Harper." Some of Julie's extra- curricular activities are: class president--for two years; Sophomore Secretary; Student Senate, two years; FHA, 1 year; FCA, 4 years; Basketball, 4 years; Pep Club, 2 years; Pep Club secretary, 1 year; Cheerleader, 1 year; Yearbook and Jour- nalism, both for 1 year. Julie was Junior Foot- ball attendant, Senior Football Queen atten- dant, Senior Basketball Queen attendant, Who's Who Among American High School Students, Who's Who Perfect "10" Junior year, and Miss P-THS her Senior year. Julie was also selected as Player of the Week by "Stillwater News Press." Julie, when asked how would she change the school if she could, replied, "Get longer lunch periods and get a full credit for athletics." Julie's most memorable moment was winning the Olive Tour- nament her Senior year. Her most embarrassing moment was ' vhen I was eating dinner with Greg Farmer at Beverly and Daryl Evans' house and I dropped my plate I I Thurmiay, April 12, 1984 full of beans and cornbread on the floor." Julie, when asked what she would do over if she could, replied "Study more and make better grades." Her ad- vice to underclassmen is "Make the best of what you can, when you can." Julie's life-shaping event is being a member of the First Baptist Church, getting to know the Lord, and getting baptized last year. Her plan for the future is to attend Oklahoma State University. = WAYNE NETTLES By Bodie Turner Raising Cain and be- ing in FFA are extra- curricular activities of Wayne Nettles, son of Ray and Florence Nettles. "I 're had a good time here at P-T High but I glad it's over" smiled Wayne, otherwise known as Two-roll. Wayne has attended P-T for 3 years. During that time Wayne has been Landscape Manager and FFA SEntinel. Two-roll's most memorable moment {which was also his most cheese coneys; color, blue; actor, Clint Eastwood; ac- tress, Debra Winger; song, "I II Be Watching You"; and his number is 5. In his free time he en- joys hunting. Joe's most memorable moment was scoring his first touchdown in 5th grade, and his most em- barrassing moment, also happening in football, came when he threw the football backwards in a J.V. game. "If I could change the LIZ BATES Bv Lori McLemore Liz Bates' most memorable moment at P-T high was when she was announced the 1983-84 Football Homecoming Queen. school in any way I would Liz, the daughter of have longer lunch hours, Alton and Marie Bates, get a new gym, a new has attended P-T for respectively. Prior to coming to this conti- nent, Leslie lived and at- tended school in Taiwan. She's also lived in Okinawa, Virginia, and Kansas. Leslie is very active in school activities. She has been a cheerleader for 3 years; FHA, 4 years; Choir, I year; and pep club, 4 years. This year she was chosen pep club president and year book editor. Last yem she was a girls state delegate and yearbook photographer. Leslie is also a member of the Oklahoma Chapter of the 99's which is a ladies flying group. Leslie is fond of Chinese food, the color, gray; the movie, "Flashdance"; the football field and new seven years and attend- musical group, Duran football helmets." he ed Citrus Elementary in Duran; and her favorite says. California before coming airplane is the Beechcraft Joe's advice to to Perkins. She givesBonanza. Her favorite underclassmen is "Get credit for all her success people are her parents, Tryon High School for six years now. Bruce lute also attended schools in llngton, Cglffornla, from kindergarten to second grade; Meadow Park 3 to 5; and West Middle School for 6th grade. Bruce's morn and dad inspired him most to work as hard as he possibly could. For two years he has had honors and awards for Industrial Arts. He is active in woodshop and photogra- phy. His favorite pastimes are working hard at his job and work- ing on his car, and his favorites are tacos, his color is royal blue, and his cars and motorcycles (dirtbike). Bruce's future plans are to go to college at OSU, and his advice to underclassmen is, "Study as much as you can." to "My parents and by her two brothers, her brother because they . sister, and her boyfriend have always given me Troy Maxwell. Leslie encouragement and sup- has been most inspired port." by her father because Liz's honors and "he has provided me awards include: OSU with confidence and Alumni Award, Honor stamina to reach my Roll, Who's Who Best goal of being a pilot," Personality, Friendliest and her sister Liz ' or Personality, Football teaching me not to let Homecoming Queen, people step on my toes." and Lion's Student of In her spare time Miss the Month. Owsley enj oys STEPHEN By David "Going to the Basketball my Jr. and Sr. was the most able moments school for McDaniel, and Joan Steve has P-T school of his 13 years education. Steve has quite a bit of ing these years embarrasing moment) was getting scalped by s car. Putting in a drive BRAD L. SMITH By Lisa Sharp Brad L. Smith is the son of Everett and Linda Smith. Coming here from Choctaw, Brad has only attended P-T highschool for 11/s years. He is active in photography, crafts, and woodshop. His favorites are Rock- n-Roll, his motorcycle, pizza and the movie "Fast Times at Ridgemont High." His favorite pastime is going to concerts. Brad's morn is the one who has inspired him the most, because she has made him the person he today. If Brad could change the school he would have a wrestling team. Brad would like to will his 450 Nighthawk to Phil Newberry so he doesn't have to ride his 125. through hall would beJOE ROBBINS how Wayne would Joe, better known as change the school if "Snake" to his friends, is given the chance, the son of Jack and Oma Wayne's future plans Robbins. are to attend college and He has attended P-T for work. 5 years. In this time he Two-roll wants to will has been active in ag, his steel-toed boots to football, and FCA. He has Jimmy Brown. ' also received many When asked who in- honors. He was senior spired him most class favorite, all-area and Wayne said, "BUD and aU-district in football and the Belt." Player of the Week in the His favorites are piz- "Stillwater NewsPress." za, blue, country music, "I was most inspired by and cold tracking, my morn and dad and ap- H.P. Vee Twin Cylinder Electric your grades before you raise cane." He wants to will his ability to party to De- wayne Huff. Joe plans to go to col- lege after he graduates. Good luck Joel 3/8 x 50' Red Rubber Air Hose... with Brass Fittings TROYA CHAPMAN By Joe Gilbreath "When someone slammed my hair in the van door and I was trying to walk away with it in there," was the response given by Troya Chapman when asked what her most embarrassing mo- ment was. Troys, daughter of Dale and Bonnie Chapman, has been at P-T for 13 years. Her extracurricular ac- tivities are wide spread as she has been active in Pep club, 3 years; VICA, 2 years; FYS, 2 years; and Basketball, 1 year. Her favorites are also in a wide variety. Her favorite TV show, "All My Children"; color, blue; movie, "Hot Dog"; food, Mexican; soft drink, diet coke; music, rock; and musical performer, Michael Jackson. ing a long memberships, She has been very ac-photography, flying, awards. He haS tive in band for 4 years; and making Bar-b-queadvice"Get involved"given is theto named Area, Player studentStudent council,senate, 22 years;Years; bread.sauce and home made underclassmen by senior week, in football, pep club, 3 years; year- Leslie's most embar- Pam Rhoads. Pam "Pebbles" be reminded awards. Steve played football : ball, on various teams AG. He belongS t FCA and FFA. Steve's list PAM RHOADS complishments By Joe Gilbreth deserved book, 1 year; journalism, rassing moment and 1 year; student council most memorable mo- Rhoads, daughter of president; junior class ment both have to do Bobby and Patsy vice-president; student with flying. Her most Rhoads, has attended P- senate secretary; and memorable was her first T for seven years. pep club president, solo flight and her most Her advice is some Liz's pasttimes in- embarrassing moment that she follows as she is clude fishing, eating, was landing on the involved in several and sleeping. Her wrong runway at extra-curricular ac- favorites are the color- Stillwater Airport. tivities. These include blue; singer-Bryan Leslie plans to attend band--for four years; a Adams; actor-Tom Southeastern Oklahomacheerleader for two Cruise; and people-Julie, State University in the years; Basketball as well Lisa, Amy, and Karen. fall and major in avia- as Colorguard for two When Liz was askt oo tion. Her advice to years and FYS also for her advice underclassmen is "Find two years. underclassmen she a career that interests replied, ' ry to take ad- you." vantage of the things we have at school and do the best you can do to get good grades." If she could do it all over again, Liz would, "Listen more in class and have more fun when I wasn't in class." Liz's most embarrass- ing moment was when Julie told everyone in English why she had to go home. When asked what she wanted to will to whom she replied, "i am going to will my sweats to Karen Todd." Congratulations Leslie, and continued successl Wayne's advice to preciate their backing me Troya's parents have Liz plans to attend underclassmen is, "Do all these years," smiles inspired her the most by OSU and major in your thing, but don't get Joe. being understanding and psychology. caught." Some of Joe's favorites helpful. Her brother Ran- GOOD LUCK LIZ!I! include: food, foot long dy has also inspired her. She commented, "He lets me stand up for what I believe in." Her most memorable moment was when she was trying to show much poise and gracefulness et the YMCA swimming pool, but it unfortunately backfires and she scraped her foot on the diving board and did a beilyflop into the water. Advice to underclase men as given by Troya is, "Don't try to impress anyone; just be yourself." She wigs her eyes to Shelly Woody, her per- sonality to Nora Caldwell, and her hair to Jacklyn Robbins. Troya's future plan are to either attend aero- nautics school or enter printing as a career. Her favorites are color--yellow; food-- chalupes; and sport--baseball. She has been inspired the most by her preacher who has helped her to grow up spiritual- ly, as well as physically. looks at his Pam's most embarras- rassing ing moment came about"When I two years ago while at touchdown pasS church camp. Three Chandler my boys unexpectedly came year." up behind her and Steve pushed her into a mudunderclassme puddle head first and"Make good wouldn't let her out, but play in some the nightmare didn't sport." He end there as she had no that there be no LESLIE OWSLEY By Stacy Thurman Pilot Leslie Owsley, daughter of Walter and Patsy Owsley, has at- tended P-T schools for eight years. Before com- ing to Perkins she at- tended school in Sault St. Marie, Michigan; Oscoda, Michigan; and Blackwell, Oklahoma ;herry's Beauty Salon received for named to Tournament both the Olive tourneys. tificate for most of all his selected to the World and the All-State Mention S Steve enjoys basketball, music, and in his spare likes Eddie Bob Seager, cheese, and blue. With all moments he Steve mits his most Now Open Full Time (So we may serve you better.) Save on Perms. clean clothes left for the streets, and remainder of the camp. ing around the If Pare could change Steve would the school she would his driving make it more sports David oriented for girls, leaving to BRUCE R. K. BROWNELL By Lisa Sharp "Highschool was fun, but now it's time to fur- ther my education in col- lege," remarks Bruce R.K. Brownell, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hunt and Lee Brownell. Bruce has attended Perkins- Her future plans are for an to attend college and of time. major in education and Good luck later teach in a private Christian school. MAttE THIS AN EASTER YOUR DAUGHTER WILL nsHxnzn FOrt zas TocoE I I with gold jewelry from GEM GALLERY Reg. =546*0 Starting at only *17" Call 547-5038, or drop In at 113 W. Freeman Evenings by appointment Sherry Marlin, Owne# Children's rings in 10Kt. start at $1400 14Kt. earrings for little ones begin at $1800 .it .crew ,,t $19 Reg. s24" Cimarron Plaza Bring In This And C