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4.The Perkins Journal Thursday, May 12, 1977 Perkins. Tryo. D0000rcl4 Taking a look at some of the gra0000'uating seniors Mrs. Evans and Mr. Wolfe. His hobbies include sitting around the house listening to music and watching tv. J. D.'s activity was portray- ing Santa Claus in the speech class play last year. J. D.'s future plans are to be a janitor for twenty years at OSU and then go to college to be a disc jockey. -O- Richard Hendrick By Lorinda Oliver Richard Hendrick has at- tended Perkins-Tryon High for three years, but he was born in Oklahoma City. He has many honors: Principal's and Superintendent's Honor Roll, Student Council president, Senior Class Sec- retary, Most Likely to Suc- ceed, and Mr. P-THS. Richard's hobbies are looking around town and playing foosbail. His plan for the future is to be an offi- cer in either the Air Force or Army. His advice to the underclassmen is, "Don't worry too much about things and have fun." The first thing he'd like to do when he gets out is lie around all summer and do nothing. His sign is Capri, corn. The best thing that ever happened to him was being awarded a four year Army ROTC Scholarship on a conditional basis pending results of physical examina- tion. We hope Richard has a wonderful future coming. Good Luck. .Oo Susie Carder By Tammy Gunter This senior born in Chand- ler, Okla. attended school at Tryon for eight years and al- so attended Perkins four. Her hobbies are reading and riding horses. She stated, "My most embarrassing moment was when in history class I stood up to give a report and nothing would come out of my mouth." She also thinks "My most excit- ing moment will probably be the day 1 graduate." After graduation she plans to find a tall dark handsome man to marry, Who is this exciting senior girl? It's Susie Carder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Carder, whose goal is to be a better person. Good Luck in the future, Susie. -O- Wendell Byram By Tammie Gunter Is it true what we heard? Wendell Byram is graduat- ing from Perkins-Tryon High School. He is very excited about graduting for this is his first year at Perkins. When asked about how he felt about Perkins he grinned d Said, "I think this is a very nice school and I'm glad I'm graduating at Perkins." Wendell's hobby is riding horses. When asked what his most exciting moment was, he giggled and said, "Grad- uating." The best thing that every happened to him, he stated, was when he moved to Per- kins. Wendell's goals are to improve always and be a better person. Good Luck t -O- Billy Vogt By Kenny Mayfield Who is it always in the hall? You guessed it Billy Vogt. Billy is a seventeen year old senior in PTHS. And has attended here seven years. Billy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vogt. Billy has no special hobbies, but his plans for the future are to enlist in the army. Billy's favorite pastime is goofing off in Stillwater. When ask- ed his most embarrassing moment he grinned and said, "When I was giving a speech in the speech class and my zipper broke." Billy's advice to the under- classmen was, "Get out of school as soon as possible." We will all miss Billy. Good Luck. -(3- Clay Bridenstine By Kenny Mayfield What guy is always fall- ing asleep in class? Yeah, Clay Bridenstine. Falling asleep in class is just one of Clay's many hobbies. An- other one is horses. Clay is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bridenstine. Clay has attended PTHS 12 years. Clay is active in FFA and Football. Clay has had several in- dividual awards in FFA and is on the state champion live- stock judging team and all conference in football. Clay's favorite pastime is watching the sun go down. His most embarrassing mo- ment was when he fell off a horse in front of the neigh- bors. When asked if he was sorry he was graduating, he said, "I'm going to miss all the work." Clay's advice to the under- classmen was, "work but play." Clay's plans for the future is to go to college in Tishomingo. We will all miss Clay in the next year. Good Luck Clay and congratulations. Bob Campbell By Tommy Rice Bob Campbell, 18, has at- tended school at Perkins- Tryon all 12 years of school. His parents are Hollis and Bobbye Campbell. Bob is active in concert band and stage band. He has won All-State Drummer, been on the Principal's Honor Roll and was voted "Most Talented" in-whos Who. His hobbies are play- ing the guitar and partying. Bob's advice for the underclassmen is to "Change Schools." His hap- piest moment hasn't hap- pened yet but will on May 20, GRADUATIONI -O- J. D. Shaddy By Ronnie Galloway J. D. Shaddy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Shaddy is happy that school is going to be out but says he will miss the senior sponsors, PAUL Brower By Leslie Evans "The most exciting moment I can remember is when I got my first car," said Paul Brower. "And my most embarrassing moment was when Morn caught me carry- ing a bunch of bottles out of the house." Paul is 17 and works at his Cimarron Electronics Shop on Main Street. He has attended P-T High School one year and says that he is not sorry that he is graduat- ing. Paul's hobbies are tennis and pingpong. "I hope to take a vacation when I get out of school," he said. When asked if he had any advice to his under- classmen he replied, "Skip your senior year." Paul is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Brower. -O- Terry Craven By Carla Moreland Terry Craven said, "The only thing I will miss about this school is Mr. Mclivain, and I know Mr. MclIvain will miss me, too." Terry had been with us for 12 years and most people feel that wasn't long enough. Terry loves going to concerts and listening to music. His advice to the underclassmen is "Crime pays if you don't get caught." "As soon as I graduate," smiled Terry with a gleam in his eyes, "I'm going to party, party, party all night." Terry commented that'hSs senior year was a great one. We wish Terry all the love and luck in what ever he does. "O- La Moyne Dressen, first female State FHA officer. addresses the 160 P-TFFA members, their parents, and guests at the annual FFA banquet in the P'f Thursday evening, May 5. 1977Sweetheart, Katie Lincoln. who  ,,  .: ..... l ,sr the FFA banquet held here Thursday ,1 ,/'  ,: " 'h ,:, t attendants, left to right, Jenn((er l!, r.. 1/0 Sweetheart, Guy Rose, Emma Evans. 3 !art  " Randy Bostian, Pecos Bridenstine, Cindy Rose.  Cleary and Tammy Lore. An Open Letter Dear Mr. Taylor: Just a short note to tell you how things are going here at the band room. SALINA CAME HOME af- ter being a CRUSADER in the STRATEGIC AIR COM- MAND. Their uniforms were STAR-SPANGLED BAN- NERS. Her best friend, AVATRA, SENT IN THE CLOWNS to ECHO her BLUES. There was a lot of POMP AND CIRCUMSTANCE last week when THEM BASSES started playing. There have been TRACES of the MIDNIGHT CRAWL- ER. Witnesses saw him JUMPING AT THE WOOD- SIDE. They made an OVER- TURE FOR BILLY who is now a FREE SPIRIT. We heard that MERICAN FOLK has made a comeback in RHAPSODY. MATRIX has made a ma- jor STUDY IN LAVENDAR while marching on the S.S. EAGLE. The GREAT GATES were opend while the RUSSIAN SAILORS DANCED for ANGEL EYES. Remember DANNY BOY? He just made up a NEW WORLD SYMPHONY. ELEANOR RIGBY rode a HORSE through ST. JAMES INFIRMARY. SWEET GEORGIA BROWN and TOMMY OVERTURE were DRINK- ING DADDY'S WINE and doing the VICTORY MARCH when she told him, "I NEED TO BE IN LOVE." It will be THE VERY LAST DAY when ANNIE CHAN- GES her GOSPEL. Well, I've got to go. Al- ways remember BLESSED ARE THEY that keep AMERICA BEAUTIFUL, and remember the RHINE. STONE COWBOY. Love, LI'L DARLIN Met May 16-19, 1977 MONDAY Hot dogs, French Fries, Pickles and Relish, Cinna- mon apples, Gingerbread and milk. TUESDAY Submarine Sandwiches, French Fries, Pickles, May- onnaise, Catsup, Mustard, Apricot Halves, Milk WEDNESDAY Frito Pie,. Buttered Corn, Cole Slaw, Fruit Cup, S.M. Bread, anal Milk THURSDAY Bologna and Cheese Sand- wiches, Bean Salad, Peach Jell-o, and Milk FRIDAY NO School "O" Calendar of Events Thursday, MaY Final Exams for Band Color Guard after school Friday, May Final Exams for EMH, TMR, Awards Assembly Saturday, MaY  Band to Six Ha Sunday, May High School Mon. to Senior Trip to Feather YHO Meeting, 7 p.O. Mini Courses begita Tuesday, MaY 1 Tryon Graduation Perkins M Last Day Friday, MaY: High Monday, Faculty Party, 6:30 Grade Cards to 10 a.m. Tuesday, Last day for check out with and with Mr. Pep "31ub News By Ronald Dean Baker On Wednesday, May 4, 1977, Mascot tryouts were held in the gym, Many girls tried out for Basketball and Football Mascot. There were only two girls that made it and we are very proud of them. Jennifer Dodrill, our new football mascot, and Jane Vassar, our new Bas- ketball mascot will be help- ing us out through the com- ing new year. CONGRATU- LATIONS GIRLS! We are selling cookies that are in one pound rolls. They are the frozen type cookie dough'. They are only $1 per roll. The money for the cook- ies will go for the Pep Club and if you happen to want some, please contact any of the pep club members and we will see to it that you get one or two rolls. Remem- ber!! anyone.Boy or Girl who wishes to join Pep Club, please go to Miss Biggs and she'll have a paper for you and your parents to sign. There is a membership fee of one dollar to join. "O" All star cast of "Rest Asure,/. " presented by the junior and senior classes on May b. top row. Icfi , right. Jennifer Dodrill, Mark Bunch. Clay Bridenstine. Dawn Bra lli T. Randy Boistian. Steve Magee. Linda Parrack. Second row. ].aura McCutchen. Shelia Vassar, Darla Hill, Greg Baker. Jennie Lewis. Bottom row. Ginger Sadler and Roger Kinzie.