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PAGE TWELVE THE PERKINS JOURNAL L Perkins School Activities Are Told PHS Track Team PHS Band Enjoyes Travel To 0.K.C. Overnight Trip; For Regionals' :Rates Superior. Last Friday morning the Per- Perkins is entering the State egional Track meet. held at Northwest Classen in Oklahoma City this Saturday, for the first :inle. Until this year there ha. not een a Class C division Ior the ;oral team to enter. 111 years -past t11(" smaller schools have ?toI been ab](, to run for com- :,etition, but after several years +f work by small school coat:- hes, the state association has ad- tied a C class. Coach Ditz Mcflvain has enter- d his boys in invitational tour- +mments at Enid. Cherokee. B(,t- },any and Cassidy of Oklahoma Cfly to get them ready for the v, taie level. The Perkins coach will be en ering contenders in all 15 events at the regional preliminary which starts at 9:30 in the morn- jug with the finals to be held in ne aft(`rnoon. FFA Chapter Rates High In Interscholastics king high school band loaded up on a chartered bus to make a long trip to southwestern Okla- homa. The band attended the Crater- ille Music Festival held annual- ly' at the Quartz Mountain State Park near Alms. The local band reccixed a "Superior" trophy (first divis- ion) afler competing with eight ober Oklahoma bands, Ray Kerchee directed the band in two numbers. "Modal Mina- tdres" by Wheat' and "Lamat"' by Williams. The band was jtMged by Charles Robinson of Edmond. After spending the night at the Quartz.Mountain State Lodge the band returned to Perkins on its chartered bus about 9 p.m, Saturday. Chaperons for the trip were Mrs. Bill Wisler. Mrs. Russell Westfall, Mrs. Ephriam Walt and Bill Dickson. The band will perform in Chandler and Perry and at their concert May 9 to finish out the ,years activities. I I I The Perkins FFA placed third t the interseholastics contests faturday, April 22, in Stillwater, The Perkins chapter accumu- lated points to place third with one first place team, three se- cond place teams, one fourth, one fifth, and one sixth place team. Perkins also had one tenth place team. Nine Perkins teams were Ch- eered, Below are the teame nd tearn members: :arm Shop (which placed :irsl), Danny Mangold (second high individual). Jim Bowyer and Larry Porter. Poultry (placed second), Kirby Iqiekels, (second individual ), Dale Longan, (fifth individual), Dan Lafollette and Gene Niles. Meats (placed second}, Bob Evans and Mike Manke (tied 'or third), Tom Rose (fifth in- dividual), and Steve Buoy. Farm Structures (placed sec,, nd). Randy Hall, Myron Reyo laolds and Randy Jarvis. Fmtomology (placed fourth), Phil Hughes (third high indivi- uual), Bill Laycs and Victor Roubidoux. Horticulture (placed fifth)'. Carl Kreil. Ted Arthur, Carol Nadter, and Glen Dale Houston. Dairy l:q'odu(,ts (placed sixth), Tommy Jacobs, Tom Irwin, :Roy VCali and Harry Laviguer. Livestock (placed tenth), Alan Cundiff, (fifth high individuall, Bobby Story, Waeo Bridenstine n0 Gary Crane. Dairy team, Lord Ingham, Mauriee Overhoit. Valt Gi-av nd Happy Wells. The boys are coached by Ml Paul H. Evans. tleDorter, "Waeo Bridenstine FHA Girls Seek Jobs Pre-School Age Children Invited To Visit School It has been anne\\;raced by grade school principal Donald Fricsen that the annual pre- chook,r day will be held at ttle Perkins grade school next Tues- day morning. May 4. Those who do not live on a regular bus route, m:v call the school and arrangements will be mad(` to pick up those students who live in the rural areas. Parents are asked to pin a note to their pre-sehooler telling full name. birthday, parents name. address and. telephone number, This annual event is always ell attended by all youngsters who will start in the first grade the following school year. They" are able to see what school is. and it also gives the teachers an opportunity to get acquainted with next years first graders. The youngsters are asked to bring 25e for their hmch. After they eat in the school lunch. room parents may pick them up. They should be through at 12:10. ' The Perkins high school pep club has their work week pian- ed for April 25 through the 28. 'The members of the pep club viU oo ny odd jobs around youe tmme If you hae any work for tile gn'ls to do. contact Cath- exy ]llSflnlOl'e. Li7-2533. J'I'ht" pHlposo Of the work week 5, to earn n/on(,y to send tha 'neerleaders to cheerleaders cli- 1 le. Beporter, i. Linda Ward What's Pcrkin In Perkins By Mr. and Mrg. W.D. Welch have returned home after spend- ing two weeks in Farmersville. Calif., visiting Mrs. Welch's two brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Cottman and family and Mr. Buck Cottman, they are both formerly of Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Marion ffarvis -isited with Mr. and Mrs. Bud Redns Sunday evening. "qisitors of Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Fresh this week were Mrs. Fresh's brother, Mr. and- Mrs. Calvin A. Gale of Sacram- ento. Calif.. they also visited i Harrington Park. N.J, Mrs. Rose Jarvis has returned home from visiting relatives in western Oklahoma. Mrs Betty Jarvis has received word her brother. David Ham. underwent surgery in the V.A. Hospital in Houston and is re- ported doing real good. !Sunday alflrnoon visilor of Mrs. Nora Flalton were Mrs. Matheson and dns and Mrs. Alveta Carlile of Tulsa. *" Sunday dinner gtests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Arthur and Karen were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith and girls Miss Judith Nelson. who teac- hes second grade in the Mustang Public schools was a weekend visitor with home folks, Mr. and Mrs, Verlin Nelson. Mrs. Ethel Ghoul), whose 86th birthday was April 25, was the honoree when relatives called unday to cel(,hrale the occasion in the home or her daugMer, Mrs. Verlin Nelson. Visitors during tile day ineiud(, Mr, and llrs, Herb Shoup, Bethany, Mrs. J.M. Hess, Patricia and skippy, ,Sand Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ruby Disney Simma. Bobby and Steele, and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Shoup, Jr., Jerri and Kathy, all of Ripley, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hill, Okla- homa City, Miss April Hess, OSU, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Nel- son, Edmond, Miss Judith Nel- son, Mustang, Earl Ellis, Still- water. Ralph Clayton, US Marine Corps, Mrs. Lee Roy Nelson and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs, Verlin Nelson. A surprise birthday dinner was held Sunday for Mr. Benny Grant at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Grant and family. Guest were Mr. and Mrs. Benny Grant, Mrs. Hazel Scott, Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Allen and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Houston and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beck. Mr. and Mrs. Geogre Al- len. Bob Cronk and Billy Tal- bert. I Complete Line of Building Supplies PERKINS LUMBER CO. [ I I III II I Dale Newnort's PERKINS SERVICE  ELECTRIC DOMESTIC COMMERCIAL &, INDUSTRIAL WIRING RADIO EQUIPPED DAY N I G HT LI7-26II LI7-2498 I I I III Edmond Contest Winners Revealed Word was recieved from of- ficials of the scholastic contest keld recently at Central State College in Edmond that two stu- dents from Perkins placed n the competition. Charles Kriel placed first in General Science in Junior High competition and Bobby Story placed lhirct in Latin 1 in high seimol contests. Twenty Perkins student at- tended the one day scholastic contest held on the CSC campus atmually. Cheerleaders Want Lawns To Mow The Perkins high school bas- ketball cheerleaders are offering their services 1o those needing lawns nmwed this summer. They will be using the money to enroll in a cheerleaders clinic this sum- mer. The girls will mow the lawns at any price you want to pay. If you are interested, pleas. contact any of the followi- basketball cheerleaders through July 1: Ranay Crabs, Li7-2223; Laura Kasti; Monta Lyrm Jacobs, Li7-2286; Karen Arthur, Li7- 2259 Midge Graves, Li7-2249; 00hool APRIL ,27 Student Council 28 FHA Style ShoW .29 Reg. Tract Meet ia MAY 2 Grade P.E. 4 Pre-School 9 Band Concert 13 Jr. St. Banquet 16 Choral Concert 19 Jr. Hi. 21 Sr. Hi 22 Sr Hi. (: 23 No School 24 Awards Assembly Senior Assembly Schools Out Student Elects 1967-'68 SchoOl By Phill The student high school will of officers, for the school year An assembly , Iesday, for the candidates and ers: Linda Lockwood, Li7-2694. FHA STYLE SHOW Everyone is invited to the An- nual FHA Style show to be held tomorrow evening (Friday) at 8 p.m. in the high school gym. Members have been workin hard on the show and hope that there will be a large crowd $o v(,iw their work. Mrs. Virginia Sassar is:the sponsor of the organization. " " *; Running for "hrer are Ranay Nelson and Phill -- , ly nominee for } 'usty Behne. dales for Story and Roy The student dent-run, school instruct students ment and is a talents along council is a link ulty and the studentS, New Sipment Of Ladies Bhtek Tapered STRETCH PANTS LADIES SHIFTS Plus Good Selection Of Spring Spring :AREHERE Chambray- Ginghar In Colois SPORTMATERIAi} Denim- sailClotl: . Mens "No Iron '' ' WORK CLOTHES W.N. BAKER