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r PAGE 6 -- The Perkins JournalThursday, May 3, 1984 " When asked who she State Honor Society, ~ _ . was most inspiret by, she Principals' Honor Roll. @Ar ArDA[ I e ' , y brother, Bruce, Most Dependable in I • because he thinks he "Who's Who," "Most . ¢ knows everything."Likely to Success- in , winners are l She said her most "Who's Who," and a' ,,, memorable moment' member of "Who's Who I L his senior year. Ken- list with 9. ago .when the Midnighthasn't happened yet, but Among American High From a very lovely developer I ny s other extra- The boy grew up in the ttegl.ment was not it will when she School Students•" , group of 15 'ladies' Daryl Voted having ii~ /~, ~ L cm~cular activities are outdoors, with his father predicted to make it tograduates. Favorites of Daryn s Evans was named the beautiful legs ~ FCA, Baseball and and he being very close; the final round of corn- When asked if she had are the color blue, pizza, 1984 Ms. Perkins at the Robbins. i~i~~ ~ Football, hunting and fishing and, petition, andifthey were any advice to the and the subject world Red Stocking Follies held Othercontes ~ ~ Kenny's most of course, playing to they weren t expected underclassmen, Cindy history. His pastimes are Saturday evening, April Bill Stacy, Ha ~"~ ~"~~~ : 0 " " re • " " • • • memorable moment at P- baseball together, t get higher than eighth, plied,Have fun. reading, drawing and 28. He was crowned by ey, Lynn KIZ various club activities, ast year s Ms. Perkinsmend Clark, Jo : Ji: T was winning districtsThe boy stops and but they fought back " • I ' " ~Ik :~!'~ ~ ~ last year. thinks what other ques- from the down position ~ "When I was a Steve Willingham. sen, Pat Bee !!~~ 1 Sylvester's favorites teens might be asked. If and leaped up to the se- ~ sophomore Mrs. Evans First runnerup was Anderson, and ~:~ ~ are: playing 8 ft Basket- he could do it all over :~ndd Po~:eb sl:~l bli75g ~~i~~ made me aware of some of Coach Roger Antle; 2nd Sadler. ball, the color blue, fish, again, he,would have tog y y . my character flaws and I runnerup was P-T HS stu- Photos will • ~ ~ sports and liftin~ admit, ~Make better points. ~~ gave me a chance to dent, David Cypert and week s Journal.) :~ i ~i~I ~ weights. " grades."~He might be couBl~ibbYo fi?Is that.if he revise, them, was 3rd runnerup Perkins -o- ..... m If Kenny could do it all asked who inspiredhim ..... all_agmn he Darynsreplytotheques- ALISIA PAYNE over again he would make the most, If it wasn't woum nave kept my teen, "Who has inspiredBOARD RESCINDS FIREMAN "Jay Tarlton," was the better grades. If he could already evident, he would mouth shut and listened you and how. This was FIRING REMOV answer to most of the change the school, hesay, "My father; begot inc!ass.'.' . also his life-shaping BARNSDALL--The KINGFISHE questions that Alias would give it more me started in athleticsHis mmre plans are to • event. . board of educat:-I has city council, aftJ Payne received about her money and pushed me to be the attend Oklahoma State Daryn aavises, rescinded its earle deci- quested hearing, ! • . ,-" ,, * • . . hie at P-T High. His life shaping event best I can be. The old. UnIverslty and major ..... underclassmen to be ac- ' siGn to ...... • . . , ,. nun-renew~ con- ine removal I;Ive m scnool organlza item# Alisia is the daughter of was ioinin~ a~ question, his most ember- business, and later mow~ .... . . , " tract of Edward Linn- Kingfisher f" Ed and Delores Payne. Kenny s plans for the ratting moment would to Los Angeles or New "~ GANN .trent, but don t become so ing, longtime eleme~ ary was recommend~ She has attended P-T future are to attend NEO , probahly come up, andhis xorL yHUn i nf scehlO.naO ivOt;:! h:d?!i fwit:o :i!tea 2 ri schools for seven years and major in ag. ed. Ken-:reply would be, "Going e now. ny wants to will his boots two-for-five against Yale tr A few things that Alisia to Very McDaniel.this year, will be a suffi- ~ a. few..°f the. - things.~ en-~ Oklahoma. State. Universe-,. torne--y who ........ sLaLeo ~ne" retuseu~ ~o'- lou~-"O~~ has been involved in are: -~~,:~:~ ~ient answer ...... - joyeo oy ,JeI~ ?ann,; T ty ano major in grapmc board did not follow the and did as h0 Band for seven years, ~ His most memorable ~ year s~uaen~ o~ - oesi~,n FHA for three years (of ~~i moment was when his ~~~ schools. ~~~~~~ theC°rreCtprocess.Pr°cedure during request.regardless of th0' which she is currently i! team won the district Jeff is the son of Nets -o- -o- vice-president), FBLA for ii championshiv last year Gann and came to ~~~ ~ one year, and the Jr. Sr. As Bobby has grown so Perkins after attending JAWS OF LIFI~ play• has his humorous per- school in Ripley. Jeff has i YALE--Mary Alisia was chosen to ~t- tonality. If he was asked ~ :]~ been in FFA and on the ! LIGHTNIN" ~"~" son and Ester ~! tend the national FHA what he wanted to will ~ ~' welding team for four~ GERS FIR~ were rescues ~ convention in ~i.i: and to whom,,he would ~ years and won the award ;~~ CUSHING Lightnin involved in a wr~ Washington, D.C. this laugh and say My abili- ....... for Sales and Service in strikin- "---- ..... g Yale, with the . g ...... summer, ty to fie!d baseballs . ..o agriculture Shell Pi-eLin .... oevme caueo • i p e bank Iarm ......... A few of her favorites Frank ~ Blume " J v~,~ wALL When asked what was i~ in tout~ '~ ....... Lue wmcn was ~ r. , . . are blue, steak, Jay ~I But, now for a more ge g ~~~ -~usmngls mare- _ ? .... i^/~ ~rhere m no use ttm his most lifeshaping event | ~~ ed for ....... ed Ior ~ne ~a v-~ ...... ~ ...... ....... ~ar~lng a nre .. . Tarlton, 'Alabama,' and tserious question, 'q Vhat .all cleaned up just to Jeff replied Everydaym which k ....... area~nroughovet~ • * ~ ~:~ ep~ ~trengn~ers on .... Est~ " a life shaping event for I~~~ the seen ..... m oonauons, r~-I country music. She loves "%:~ ............................. . ~will he do after schooP" come to school, says I e for more ~nan . . of to curl up on her bed and BOBBY JACK BUCK His houes are to attend 1984 senior Victor Wall. me," and when asked ~~~ six h .... field is 83 years of~ r~>ad a good book. By David Cypert college and nursue a Victor, or Vic as his what he liked most about DONNA CHESMORE "" ..... -o- Mary StephenS~] Of course, Jay Tarlton The story stm:ts with a I coacl~ing career. We'll friends call him, is the son our school he said, Donna Chesmore, wife years of age. The~ and Jay Moore have in- 4.year old boy, out in the ~ have to walt and see how of Charles and Mary Jane 'Weekends " Jeff also of Eddie Chesmore and occurred as the I~ • spired her the most backyard, p yla ing base-this dream turns out. Wall. He has. attended fmaV°~ d:ttgh~:y?faL°t~n~ndd PRAIRsIEgARK ~:::::gnt just~ because through ball with his father Who So our story ends-aR.~, P-T school slave his first ;:sY:iL:at. "hi:ts everything they still re- was to know that 14 ears is about to "" aduate -~" day of kindergarten and teachers and principals. P-T schools all her school AaA~ Yale. Both driv¢~ Y gr and . . main friends. 'WVhen Jay later this boy would be there is no tellin~ what has since then excelled in Jeff says his most era- years. . ...... ~'~ ~'.~". .~.cited, StephensO~ • ra w nw~r~et--ine " " t barrassing moment was She has been revolvedAud be .... yielding, and ~ wasgave themeamostPr°miSememorablering'" players°ne of theto beStcomebaseballout of weliesall inwishfrOnthim°f thehim'bestBUt'of agriculture.football, and VictorV°Cati°nalre- watching Wayne Nettles with the International os:? t:ncr :t:e7 PrP:?e driver for spe moment. Perkins-Tryon School. luck. Congratulations ~ceIved. the title of All- roll Dale Jarvis' car. Jeff club and was sophomore ~ark out of t~ "1~ ~ transporting a~ 0~ tier advice to This boy is Bobby Bobby! ~is~rict and All-Area this would like to will his abili- class president• She has n r~ - ",~ ..... " tainer of 3.2 bea'l ...... beeninthen "i --" a u lxancn near I underclassmen is, "LookBuck, son of Bob and year in football and IS a ty to walk away from a~onainonor Pawhu ....... -o- I ~'*~'~ ~:~ " ~ ~~ ;~':~:~:: .... every wreck that he has society for two years, the a ai saa, .is .oacz. on HALL TOI/~ • - ' ~: .......... :+~ ........... * ~ State Farmer in FFA this back at the od times, M Buck He has been :::~:~,~,~ ....................... go ary . .. :: but not the bad. in the Perkins-Tryon " hr ose t : ever had to Cody Cundiff Principals Honor RoU for r~:c~io~s° ~:mg'tgmIxet PRiSO~q~l year. Remember all the fun ouschool s stem s" Victnr also enjoys hunt- y y race start- .... ~::: i • "., • -- ~ ., .... Will rouen, lne ca~$1emen .;| had." "I would do the lag"school,Bobb,z h. rag" his" regmtered" Black ..... t ee years, and the .......... CUSHING: ~uperm~naen~ s rmnor ......... Hall and lli'~ ............ : : ....... : ~ ,~ _ 1, f. . ..- are more or less ~galns~, 1~, ~ -~j ame things all over again been very active in sports :::::: :::::: and Tan Coon dogs and n nmroney a , saying the best way to legislators ,, International tractors if I had the chance, she including: baseball and " " ~ R::~e'cerlc?:Ar"c2n~Y preserve the ranch forLexington Cor~,~AL[ When asked what his smiled, football. Walt a minute, : " '" ~:~ mu i . .' Y public view would be Center. The ~t L~ .erp,. orthe .ture leC. co tin.e w th o.. mo t emor ,emom nt fe: :f ne.r FTo havingaregettinag marriedcareer and. story, y gro s up to be ,~ was Victorreplied, 'Prob- , urines, u~ ship. The Osage Tribe in his capaci,t~l~r-'~ in The be w ably the last day I~lhave course, ner ~avorite ........ ~- - -~- member of..JCall ~ .... O '' computers, a senior In high school. ~~ t go to school, and mvorl~e Is ner nusoana ......... le-islature,s p~t~. - Eddie oo,otm acres, DU~ nas no ~; ~S~ She wills her car to It's time to do his senior, changeWhen askedthe hOWschoolhe wouldif he "Public opinion has in- G :Yea aC dh , Yo:nmdiP:nal1 Charolette Pitts. interview, and he doesn t ,, " Her life shaping eventknow what he is going to ~~ could he replied, Let us spired me to go against,, g .... ' 'the flow' ..... all proceeos irom oi~ and -o- ~tl~, 7" was when she amea say. He could tell the graduate out of school ~ want to do,a~'~i:~):=a~'ls ga:l~:::sg°tt::h~:lr~b:~PASTOR R~ "' Christian, and she is an writer his favorite color is BOBBY GRIMES !after the eighth grade so B Joe Gllbreth I would have been out ~ inspiration. Her most era- an' n t o h CITIZEN~.P] "~ active member of the blue, he loves to eat ,, Y " " " .... : ...... barrassin - a o t t e tribe ad- CLEVELA I g momen~ was . First Baptist Church here shrimp, listen to Lover-When I fell down at four years ago. DARYN CASEY her whole life, she says. mlmstration. , Con- Duc Minh, pas iti'Lr in Perkins. boy and Eddie Murphy,the prom while 'Flash- Victor plans to become gressman NIIcKey 15el By Bobby Grimes Her life shanln~, event " Josenh's ch~. When asked if she had and watch Hardcastle & dancing' with Mrs. a full time farmer after Daryn Casey, son of of course, was when she ......... Cleveland an[ ,~(~¢ esti any other remarks, she McCormick. He thinks Pechin"was the responsegraduation. He would like ." . ~'-'~ . ' ~neWardS~uauoonhaS worked~ocie~yWith~o "- d. esti Ion and Wills Jean, has got married to Eddie ......... was granted his ~_ replied, 'Thank Godl maybe these answers given by senior Bobby to will his dirty clothes to atten " " . propose legismuon tnat .... ..... too common, so we 11 Grimes when asked of his Nick Taylor. ded Perklns-Tryon If you really believe ....... c t zenship m woula make ~ne tunas • "ek leave them out, he most embarrassing II $ I Schools for 13 years and that you know what ...... , tmn ceremon~@~"~ has been an asset to the you re doing don t let ............ Tulsa. He was s~,a, ~II~ :~k decides, moment. [[ | [ - , . , avauame mr purcnase ox school w~th his revolve- anyone tell you that you .......... candidates r ~~ He might mention his Bobby, son of Junior [[ | [ . . . me lane, is wuung • e ment in Student Council don t, is some valuable ...... 31 countrm ~'~.~ awards he has received, and Linda Grimes, hasat- [[ | [ ..... oo anymlng unu au "s {Representative, 3 years; adwce from Mrs .... part m the cere~ .'~ For instance, being tended school at P-T for [ . . parues m me area are m • ............ ",. ," agreement, incmuing the • •. f q~ k~,~ ~ chosen Mr. laTHS this 13 years. I~ r~m~ormn, i year; ann wnesmore, i woman t ..... ~s a nauve o "!~'~II • • , ~sages Many are agmnst --' ~~ ' year, All-District Defen- Throughout high school District V Secretary, I change anything, I ver ." .. • He also chS~,:.: year}; Student Senate, 2 learned from everything ........ name, and ]s .... ~ ~ sire End this year, All- Bobby has been involved . ,, emowng ~ne proper~y • v ~,~ ...... ~rom tne ~ax rous, m- , - - pb'lll~/~r , II I ~ Area Honorable Mentionin several extra-curricular years; Demon Dispat ch uonna s fast comments ....... ty oosepn ~[~II~,.., Editor ............. cmumg uoun~y vommm- . ..... I~t:~h Football his junior year activities including; , z years; IearoooK aoou~ ner mgn SChOOl ....... vu, retamm~t i" Copy Editor; P-T Legal years are to her father" , ....... " name m re ~.P~ and All-Area FootballBand, Journalism, Future " sloner rlarom ivlurnan " s : AssocIatmn Secretary; I dIiketothank my dad ., . r ment parents. He ,.b~ II i this year. Business Leaders of • • - .... " r~owever, ~r tspom~eu ou~ ch that the gore n pays :ii ~ J Then on to his baseball America, FYS, Foreign senior class treasurer and for teaching me to work ........ because it is t ' career, it is said by a few Language, Competitive International Club for evervthin~ I have--mnus m .neu o~ ~axes mr his first narisl , ." -" ° , non-taxable government Daryn s honors include and a few things I don t because St. ~' Nv to be his favorite of the skating, and Drum Corps. projects. KEN .............. "" His favorites are: color- National Honor Society, have--yet! patron saint i~ By Bodie Turner Twelve of Kenny Sylvester's 18 years were spent going to Perkins- Tryon School. Inspired mostly by Paul H. Evans, Kenny placed third high in- dividual in state livestock judging and is the FHA two sports. Bobby was named to the 1983 All- State Honorable Mention Baseball squad his junior year; he also holds the state and national record for the most RBI's in one game with 16, not to men- tion his being 2nd on the state All-Time no, hitter Skyline Bed complete with free flow mat- tress, liner, heater and fill kit. Was $470.00 Now $349.00 Come in and see our large selection of Bean Bags $24.95. THE BEEF! (Home Grown) Register to win one-half side of beef, , No purchase necessary. June 2, 5 p.m. We Give S&H Green Stamps. WATERBED ROOM 1911 N. Boomer (405) 3724)900 blue, rout,c- New Wave, musical performers- Culture Club, and food- Mexican. His advice to under- classmen is "Grin and bear it; it really does get better." Bobby commented that if he could change the school he would have more individualism among the students• HIS honors and awards include: Langston Honor Band, Oklahoma State University Honor Band, Who's Who Among American High "School Students, National History and Government Award, Principal's Honor. Roll, and the Superenten- dent's Honor Roll. His most memorable moment came two years CINDY FIELD By Jana Smith "Getting locked in my dad's bathroom, at work, with my little sister" is what Cindy Field said was her most embarrass- ing moment• Cindy is the daughter of Gary and Jackie Field; she has attended P-T for 13 years. Cindy has been active in basketball, 4 years; softball, 1 year; Pep Club, 1 year; and FHA 1 year. She received player of the week in basketball, and was junior class favorite. Some of Cindy's favorites include, Food- French onion dip and car- rots, car- corvette, TV show- Dynasty, person- Larry, and group- Van Helen. 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