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May 4, 1967     The Perkins Journal
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"News and Views of The Cimarron Valley" tt tt t t I i PERKINS JOURNAL 77, NO. 22 PERKINS. P.tYNE COUNTY OKLAHO3IA, 74059 MAY 4, 1967 made the comment are making because they the family dog Due to the town has had to start since the April ar the purchase of Says that many are told that fair! AIM You ean still buy at the town hall. AIM town clerk, says have been pur- Year than usual. a tag to a is seen around citizen de- him a "safe" was awarded Okla- Co. at a Juanita attended " Gal.ela has ma for,the this tire, AIM we overlooked much appreciat- job the high- gave mainstreet it wasn't no- have curbs we s to Verlin Curtis AIM has added another to improve ve You noticed a paper rack Journal office'.' be purchased on weekends. all the "bugs" by now. "took', by the free to come in take it good. AIM is on the other now. He was of the Lions it is to keep meeting) and he is going of throwing ice in Lee &i 2 whole year. reported one ad beat George game of pool. there and deny it, guess take Art's word brive Is $463 Cancer Fund 30 with a donated. Mrs. warea chairman, he have not do- ll do , her ap- the people of teir donations. Wall, Mrs. Ray Kerchee, Bill Hughes astings for help- ear's drive the Was, Vote Tuesday On Cecil O. ErwJn Elected To Mayor Post Vo-Tech. School Proposition Here As New Perkins Town Board Meets "Perkins area citizens are re- minded of ttle area Vocalional- Technical school election to be held Tuesday. May 9, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Perkins voters will vote in the school lunch rooln The praposition to be voted on determines whether Perkins will share in a vocational-tech- nical school facility to be built in the area if the issue is ap- proved by the voters. The million dollar training school will provide training in many vocational areas, such as electronics, appliance repair, auto mechanics, food planning and many others. The only way a facility of this kind can be obtained is by join- ing with other sehool districts in the program. Perkins wilt join with a district which inclu- des Payne, Pawnee, Creek and Lincoln counties. If the Perkins dislriet decides lo join the district, there will be a board member from this area to work with others to make plans and present the estimated cos afar federal funlts have beo dected. : - The estimated levy which would have to be voted on at a later date is 2.87 mills. Not only high school students (junior and senior grades) may attend the school, but dropouts are encouraged to enroll, and ad- ult night classes are offered. The school will operate it's own transportation system, wh- ich will be included in the cost estimate. For additional information, contact the school or any board nlembcr. School Board Meets Census Shows Large First Grade In '67 The Perkins school board met Monday evening in the super- intendent's office for their reg- ular monthly meeting. Usual monthly claims were discussed and signed. A purchase of four new type- writers with trade-ins was ap- proved for the commercial depa- rtment. Diseussion followed on the needed improvements of the sch- ool plant. It was pointed out that the school census shows that the enrollment for the first grade next year will be around 38, which will neeessitate having two first grade sections. This will bring to a total of' three classes, first, seeond and sixth, which will need two ro- Pictured above is the new town board seated in the town meet- ing roqm Monday evening attetelgz!":Ctt . '. business. Otto Wood, outgoing mayor, is glvin nelmaror, C. Erwin, the keys to the town hall. Pictured atl'onmt the [tble are: Mrs. Fred Cruse, clerk; Leo Jacks, Bill Sammi% lrwin, Hubert Gwf, '- members; Mrs. Melvin Sager, treasurer. Standing is lily Harrall, town policeman; Roscoe Emerson, Wood, and Joe Barto, outgoing members of the board. Cecil O. Erwin. one of the newly elected Perkins Town Board members, was elected. as mayor by the newly formed board Monday night. Other new members of the board are Leo Jacks, W.D. "Bill" Sassar and Hubert Gawf. Before the new board was sworn in, the outgoing board, Otto Wood (nmyor), Joe Barta, Phil Hughes and Roscoe Emer- son, okayed the April claims and discussed some unfinished bus- iness. Mayor Otto Wood expressed his appreciation to all of the town employees and others who had helped in any way during his term in office. Wood ref- erred to a public letter he wrote several weeks ago which stated: 'I can truthfully say that some of the finest people in the world are right here in Perkins." "In the last four years I have honestly tried to do the things which I believe would benifit the town as a whole." "It is my hope that the people will put aside their prejudices and unite behind the new coun- cil. Give them your all out support in whatever new pro- gram they propose, and above all give them your confidence." After the new board completed their organizational proceedures, they re-hired and re-affirmed ores and two teachers. With i i il iii present faczlitles, one class will | ..... rnal instal It have to be held out of the grade l lin ue nwtdreO&graph ma'i building next. year. . ,, i chine to improve our mailing i erom an lnaleations oz mis | service dewaetntnt, there have I! Yeai:'ST:ensus, 'there wiil be a i been verai subscriber's na- | need f6r several years i.o add a ; rues misplaced and left out. If you know anyone who has failed to receive their pa- per, please let us know. We appreciate your coop- eration while we are making another improvement to the Journal's printing plant to enable us to give you an even better newspaper. new section each year until all grades will have two sections. This means that the Perkins school is continuing to grow, which will require another buil- ding program for the grade level. Such expansion must be started in the near future to eliminate vnymore temporary facilities. their faith in all present town employees. Questions were asked by the new board of the opinion of the former board on the sewer and water problems. It was re- vealed that there is a chance of the town losing $22,000 if a sewer bond issue is not passed in the near future. It was also stated that to ob- lain this federal grant, the pro- posal will have to be presented very much the same as the one that Perkins voted down everal months ago. The problem of finding a good water supply was discussed. Mayor Wood pointed out that this issue has plagued every Perkins town board for several years. He advised the new board not to be discouraged or worry' if they drilled a bad well, because most all the recent boards have had to "prospect" for water and haven't all been successful. A discussion of a town live- stock ordinance revealed that a problem of horses being kept in the city limits on the east side of town was bringing enou- gh complaints that action wa going to have to come from the state health department if a new ordinance was not passed and enforced. The meeting was adjourned after a motion to have a spec- ial meeting with the town attor- ney later in the week to worl on pressing problems. PHS Band Presents Spring Concert Tuesdaz Jody Nelson To Be Crowned Queen The Perkins high school band will present it's annual spring coronation concert Tuesday, May 9 at 8:15 p.m. in the high school gym. The band queen for this year is Miss Jody Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson. One of the queen's attendents will be Merry Nelson, a sister to the queen The other attendent is Karen Holbrook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Holbrook. This will be the last Perkins band appearance for Ray Kerchee, director, as he is to take over the band position in the Newkirk schools for next year. The evening's program is: Junior Band Service Medley .................................. Osterling Sherry Lynn .................................... Osterling Grandfather's Clock ................. . ............. Eriekson Toyland .................................. Herbert-Ployhar This Old, Man ................... --- .............. Ployhar 141gh  I[nd March Lmar .................................... Williams Mariachi " ........................... - .............. Waiters Three Pieces for Band .............................. Bartok Two Moods for Band ............................ Grundman Model Miniatures ................................... Wheat Intermission Queen Coronation Selections from Brigadoon ................... Loewe-Powers Autumn Leaves " Clementi , Selections from Li'L Abner .................. DePaul-Powers ,, Vaya Con Dies McLin : ...................................... On the Mall ...................................... Goldmat ;