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PAGE 4- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, May 13, 1993 PT band claims super,or ratings Lora Spillars wax museum. The Perkins-Tryon High School They also went to the El Mer- band, the Midnight Regiment, cado, the market, where different received superior ratings from three Mexican crafts were sold. At the judges on its trip to Texas. They market, there was a Cinco de Mayo competed in the American Classic festival, standing for the fifth day of contest at Cannon High School in May. New Branufels, a suburb, of San Antonio. The band left April 29 and On Saturday, they competed, then returned May 2. later made a visit to Sea World and While in San Antonio, the band Fiesta Texas, a theme park with members decided to visit many musical and laser shows. That night different places, at the park, they were entertained by On Friday, they toured the Alamo a fireworks show. then went to the 1-Max theater to "I felt the kids got a chance to see see a show called "Alamo, the things they haven't seen before, and Price of Freedom." Later that day, the also got the chance to represent some of them went to visit Ripley's the school in a superior manner," "Believe It Or Not" Museum and said Kent ylor, band director. r TONY RAINEY High school honor Congratulations 1993 Grads! students chosen ZE VISION ZE TUX '%Y for next footbal BOBBY BUCK By Tdsh Fldd In the spotlight this week are head baseball coach Bobby Buck and head girls basketball coach Jerry JERRY commented Buck. Bumett grew up in and Newcastle, where he in 1980. PTHS gradu By Teresa Moor His reaction to receiving Student .d: The Students of the Month for of the Month was, "I 1":(: was sur- i',/: May are Tony Rainey and Lanetta prised." Mills. Rainey is the son of Wanda Mills is the daughter of Alvetta Rainey. He is a senior, and is active and Larry Mills. She is a freshman, in football, baseball and basketball, active in basketball, 4-H, Fellow- ship of Christian Athletes and plays DR. VIRGINIA R. WEBB He carries a 3.2 grade average, saxophone in the band. Burnett. in Chickasha, Burnett, P ........... and plans to attend Oklahoma She has a 4.0 grade average, Buck has been in Perkins all of 1985 EIY WElSI5 State University with a major in and plans to play basketball in ,.:_ .:._ In'1985 he coached , architecture, college. Her hobbies are basketball mnu=.. ....... t's basketbl o* A ,,o,'h P  __a ...; ..... , w;,h vo,...o He granuaten from remms-ltyon   .  .-: l 0[[[ "''" /'' /" In his spare time, the student uu ,a, ,Jut ,, ;..-. High School in 1984, attending moveo to t:yril to cc / 'WI'.g..:.=L"I • g I t I.,. I dS I I I I I%%111 ........ wnen asKeu now snc Iett apout Allen County Communi-, College basketball in 1990 The 3L'X_. _.k_V3L o me men•, enjoys twawmg, .. . , 6 . " / II " .@;   ,,,,,;,, -u,,,t,°u ..... ,, . .,, recelvmg the monthly honor, sh,. in Kansas as a freshman ,ek tray- came m 1992 when Bumett / II FJVIII II .,-...,-,.-,--,.  w--r.w--Pr--,,x-r v:',2r r'":'"2°". " "'. ""w.. , .'." replied "I'm overwhelmed with joy eled to Oklahoma Baptist--U'-mve--r- PTHS. ome spo ts, aria nangmg m ms and this Is an honor more studems / ["x",l 11 (( I HI v II ' sity, playing baseball four years He Bumett teaches U.S. a l BLK'.., 1; ] / .&. ",4 d__x. ". .x..x..d_x- ..... strive to achieve." w first ha..man and ,/niteher homa history Althouth 1 .1t " • • • • gra--d£t-gfro---mO----Bj'-rm'i98". "--' very busy. schedule., he s- till t I'd(OlilMlOI311lmlli to male t,ne for his wife $ _.r,ng tra,n,ng in session Buckt00es00'.=esch00l00- _ , [ '-X:...:;4'1lk 1") ] "i Z ,,{  ketball and high school health. He and his two sons, Conner, .  • • •v£ .J • ' Chic 1 [ ,'J''.. ., . o .__ .. came from Ripley High School ., • _ _ I Tnr n,00v, Tnnromm eaoenn where he taught and coached base- . t was ve plea. i ]r'.2/' ,=._.. .... ., v t avvtsm, o’.,mm o,0o%,$11 ball. selection ot pirit 5potligm I  lir-/'-r2at,,ll - BY Katy Arthur =: . ..... The- number out fot..Ixing ...... He(mjcys.huminS,ofishins,,golf.. Bum,tt. "I,al Ioo.g (. i ,  m I|f .  ., .... |i _g his young men for next hoped. . , ily,-nf:, -,:-two hildrm . ..tm-'tlam,. it S . / I ZE V Ii| 11 Falls football season. ' Gray has 10 starters returning An&,ea.? 4, and Kitlyn, 18 months, lme-tliiag. There ts no . [ Create your vision in satin, lace, I'-, 1 Gray has 37 players out for including Justin Poe, James Wilkes, winning is the hardest thing as second place.. There m o 1 qtuns. t,ffeta• Our prom coo- [r(x/_i spr.mgfootball. They .lk.aveallhfted PeteSweger, BrandonToney, Julm youll ever accomplish m life, thingandtlaatsnrstp • 1 sulttnt c,n create your vision. II i' weights and reord their best 40- Aguilar, Jesse Chamberlin, Jeremy _ • / Custom orders placed by April l II /, yard times 0etore mey started 10 Bale, Stun Longan, Justin Darrow mllm [] []  -,-.- u.. J - - A It. l receive free smrt II /| days of spring practice May 10. and Jeff McClellan. BmdP m _- I'lrlltll 17,,41111[ . / -, II BBI The Demons will begin preseason Others out for spring ball include [] [] [] iV Nil€Jill all.Nlll,Nlll / 1 II  practice Aug. 10. Grays says his Richard Kautz, Chad Crist, Quinn - "" ..... tl / Order our ....  kntie shoes, II " " team should be better at their skills, Lee Matt Owens, Brian Murray, By Pete WIndlate Mameson aceompamea oy Y 11"6  ) " " " ' • ' " ' 'r and he has hi h ex ectataon for his The senior class will hold ts school cho] | tapestry cununerbunds. Reaerveby li .dt00100l g p Mike Clary, Chris Anthony, Matt ..... _ ..... • .... M | April 1 to obtain free suspenders! l] lincmen. . - Brewer, Darnck Rains, Josh Mur- 8ramtuonceremony...  p_m: lnurs ,, rtt scn.ool prmp.. , /I Vl&t t -" . Gray s team has set its nrst oal, , leh, ]lnrri Tmid V,t.u,ht oay, May ZU, at wmnte rtele, rtrencner wan presem me i m -- I and its to win the season oter at =7' "77. ?;'_X;'-'_-_'Y_.'-ller' The Perkins-Tryon High School school board president Tel • v '- wayne twmsnau, r,anuy ue - . . . . /  the ,/'11 0"1)O I)" I Meeker. He said, "We arc lookin o, .... a T,m, Tnhnn band wall start the oeeasaon wath presents the diplomas. ] W 1'. " "'' M-S 9.5 i forward to the challenge of our °'".'.'"'7/ ..-='_ .. . the processional, followed by a The PTHS band will a ALSO, t=ralg KcIO, ,'at arrlgon, " " x • ] 124W•Okla. '"Y 't Sun. 1.4 [ district next year, and we think we Morlan Robinson Travis Curt, welcome from salutatonan Stoney thegradu,?tion eeremes I ,-, ...... "'uj .,o., .,,,,: I will surprise a number of teams with .....  .......... ' ..... Matlmson. recessional r ultnrle, U v ,o,a-.tna .1 • _ . OlII, Koocr[ Ulo[, Allen lareson, "1; rlneit;*n will oi th 'l'hi vPar'R hnnnn t ...... --our mavrovemen[. . - Ol;’.... l'oll ROIIonA oo,...om ............ o .......  ........ ., •- "'- - "'-'Y" '" .....  Guest speaker, Dan Dailey, will James Hayes, Brent Niles, urad Kastl. be introduced by Pete Windiate. Beyl, Michelle Allen and I Va..ff,. € There will be special music by Roggow. I Wiuuumlk.. I,,,.---- " • mm I ,_ Students take f,eld trml [ /" ,,, ,,,, are sola the papers arc printed and ° I (I I It., Rebecca Sells Eleven journalism students from well as the offices of the W • ...___ "_ . . x.t_ Trvon Perkins-Tryon High School visited reporters. . i wily uus ... ['""'"" 'J" the Daily Oklahonum and KOCO, Next the class sat in O yearbook cost so mucla. . . ,-,i, .... t : .,, rkiahomo ;..  newscast at KOCO. The i _ m m How much work goes mto each --". ..... ...,a ,,u M--5 saw many television perSd . new yearbook? try . '.." r 'ors Mi such as Ben and Butch Me0 id ,,At5 e'n tll.n.,oa etaff --.!,,, They we e sere chad Brown, . . " ,, , ............ ,,u,, . . Dmo Lalli ............ rbook class Trish Fmld, Teresa Moor, Brett ,, • . P te W • I liked it all. I enjoy . Whitten and Pe indlate, ju- . , . - o^,. , ,,, ,h e amount of mors Robm Hall, Brent Niles, thing eq y faced this year?. • • • uall, said Whiit# -,--e,,.,, "" -' • H"°'h*r Re"'" Rcbec,-o e.., . the field trip. worn t on ....u,. ,,,,.. ........ . . . • • person hours, ant spen • . I liked seemg the de ......... - .... .rk, students are Lora Spillers, and sophomore Katy ....... • • II oe . .., . sports writers, sma rtan. Retting qmte a bargain. Arthur. "T onlrJPd o,Hr, o t Between taking pctures, doing Ftrst, the s dents VlSlted the with Katy and Mr. Willis, layouts and meeting deadlines, Daily Oklahoman. They saw where of the waiter," Field said. the Perkins- Tryon yearbook class  • , are a 1o a combined total of almost ( • l , are a I0 3,500 hours on the job, Divided Senior an.,wers tt up, this is approximately 175 hours apiece. If the student body had • I rico( J.... paid for this work, at just minimum nu0000tmnn €)f wage, it wmld cost $14,875 just for 'qm'''m'm''ml • I' • ww wit smdmt-power in ! course " • • . . By Rob Hal • • Thi'syear's el ass IS p.uttmg out This week's question was for Amy Merrill: "I think aoutt annuas,,costmg aro.unu seniors only: "What are you going the feeling of knowing s. atu,zot, tney mare up less man to miss most about high school and there because in college yv half of this in actual yearbook sales, why? your own." The yearbooks have cost each sin- Trish Fidd: The basketball girls Shed Wilde: "I'll mi I . deat $17 ..before. Christmas.. break although I am going to watch them because I won't have reasons you- ant are su, avauame, wnue sup next year " iYearbooks Students t; ke field Wf| UKi 11'O lare sold HAMMER HOME A POII00. There lot Senior answers of very good quest on of week money,  to shop where live. plieslast, for$25. Traci "llylo,: "Cheerleadlng be- ShaneFrazier: The yearbook class is currently cause I will probably never do it get to g working hard to put the bestlx)s- again. I'U also miss Robin's atti- time." sible yearbook. They are struggling rude." Stoney Matheson: to meet a 40-page deadline May 21 Teresa Moor: "Seeing my the band room. I will so they can have the yearbooks out friends. I will probably never see with the piano." in time for this year's seniors to get some of them again." Brett Whitten: them signed. Pete Windiate: "I'll miss it all. I my friends because In being a new class they are love this place." to do." meeting each new challenge head on Christie Beane: "Mrs. Kamer Tony Rainey: "Being and taking problems in stride, because she has been a great friends and playing The 1992-93 yearbooks will confidant, and I admire the way she Matt Marshall: contain 136 pages divided into teaches. I will also miss Robin, of I love her eight sections with individual, student "fife, sports, academies, Shop Perkins d Save, organizations, advertisements and an index. Eades Hardware Parts PiLlS Perkins Drug Perkins ,]ornal Perkins Chamber of Commerce Ken Smit)i's Furniture Steer Inn McAnally's Perkins Builders Supply