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See you at the All-Sports Banquet The annual Perkins- Tryon Athletic Banquet will be May 21, 1984. Din- ner will be served at 6:00 P.M. with the program following. The speaker this year will be Gary 1984 Demon foot- with 180 Ibs. pound basis, taking the Ward, head baseball has concluded Our t~op lifters were as total one lifts in the coach at Oklahoma State University. The dinner ~mon lifting pro- follows: bench, squat and incline Mrs. S. B0stian will be sponsored by our the spring of BENCH and dividing it by their Here are some opinions the most fun when I went loc~ All-Sports Booster Sixteen players Freshmen: Tony body weight. When we about our field trip we to Mrs. Wakefield s Club. There is always a the program from Tabor--240, Nick started in November, no took Thursday, May3, to nursery. It was lots of hrge amount of work and December 1, T ay 1 o r-- 2 2 0; one could lift four times downtown Perkins. We fun. time put in on this pro- ~tilits completion Sophomores: Scott his bodyweight. Now, ten ~ went to the Payne Coun- Shannon Hall--I liked' gram and all efforts are 1, 1984. Matheson--200, Tony have reached that goal. ty Bank, the Fire Station,the fire trucks and the fire very much appreciated. ty ight players Epperson--195; Juniors: Our top lifter on a pound City Hall and Wakefield s station and the fire The athletic banquet is t.on May 1; this David Cypert--225, Guy for pound basis was Billy Nursery. equipment. r included the Gill--210. Nottingham lifting 5.07 Paige Dickson--Mrs. Stacy Stanton--W,e ticipantst recogniZeeach yeartheinPar'the team and the SQUAT times his bodyweight; Wakefield, your flowers went to Mrs. Wakefield s athletic program. We players who Freshmen: Tony next was Toffy Tabor are adorable and our Nursery and looked at would like very much for IHaybaseball. The Tabor--405, Nick with4.75, plants you gave us are some plants and trees. We all athletes and their Ire tested for a T a y l o r-- 3 2 5 ; On May 7, the Demonslovely. I liked all your get a free flower. We went parents to attend. The on theSophomores: Kenneth started spring football plants you showed us.to the fire station and athletes will not have to ess, squat, and Murlin--335, Richard practice. There were 42 Thank you! learned about puttingout purchase tickets; ess. The players Warren--320; Juniors: players reporting for Nicholas Pogue--I liked fires. Wewent to the bank however, all others will, in tested on twoJames Biggs--315, Ran-drills. The coaches were the city hall. I liked the and learned about the order to pay for the cost reises, dips, and dy Tarlton--300, Davidvery pleased with the tur- nursery. I liked the bank. safes and where they keep of the meal. trying to get as Cypert--300. nout and expect aroundI liked everything, the money. I had a lot of We would like very they can. -- INCLINE 50 players for fall drills, Josh Klinglesmith--I fun. much for everyone with Decemoer 1 Freshman: Tony The coaching staff isliked Mr. Kinder thebest. Fran Hrencher--Hello! aninterest in sports toat- tate, thes'Lxteen Tabor--210, Nick working on basic offense He is a nice man. Ilikethe Myname is Fran. Why tend. Mark this date on beenwitl the Taylor--190; and defense, way he showed us around dont I tell you about your calendar and plan to gained a total of Sophomores: Tony The offense will remain the bank. what I liked best on my come to the Perkins- !ads in our three Epperson--185, Scott basically the same as in JanetteLee--Ilikedthefield trip? You can im- Tryon Gym on Monday, Its, which is a Matheson--175; Juniors: the past year; however, nursery the best because agine you were there too. May 21, 1984. 145 pounds perDavid Cypert--205, Guythe defense is going I Strength. The Gill--195. through a major overhaul we got a flower plant. I We went on a field trip liked Mrs. Wakefield and to the nursery. We saw 4th Grade POundagq ira-The person with the so most of the attention is now I know her very well. plants there. We got a at Was by C ody most dips was Scott on that side of the foot- With 190 ins., Matheson with 37. Scott ball. The workouts begin I liked all the plants she plant of our own. This Who s Who showed us. She was very was my best place. was se- was also the high in pull- at 2:30 and end at 3:25 nice to give us a petunia. We went to the bank. It Mrs. Cssey had a fourth 185 lbs., fol- James Biggs ups with 19. We also measure strength on a pound for through May 18. Jimmie Kauff--I learn- Denise Hancock and Dawnita Cypert, FHA members, will be going to Chicago for a National Meeting on July 14-20. Denise is a national com- mittee member and was selected to attend the meeting through the state. She was also recent- ly elected to be local chapter devotional leader. Dawnita was selected from the Perkins-Tryon chapter to attend the meeting. Dawnita has been elected the 1984-85 P-T FHA President. Both girls will be flying on American Airlines. Teresa Lile was selected to attend the CO-OP ed that a tree can grow with one root, and I saw some strawberries and pecan trees. Emily Gunter--I went to the nursery today for our class field trip. We got a flower from the nursery. We also went to the bank and there we got a sucker and a pencil. We went to the fire depart- ment. It was fun! We also went to the city hall. We learned about the water and other things. It was very, very fun! Matthew Allen--The bank had many kinds of money and machines. I liked the door that the robbers can't get through. But if they do the alarm will go off and the police will come and get them. We got a sucker and a pencil. Michelle Smith--I had was fun, too. We went to city hall. I liked it. My dad got to go with us. Mrs. Ewing got to go, too. Mrs. Hallman went with her class. We had partners, Paige was my partner. When we came back we got to play on the other playground. I liked that! I think everyone liked it, too. My feet hurt from all that walking! I was glad to get back to the room. It had been a long day. When I got home I laid on my bed, then I played in our yard. Then I told my morn all about it. It was fun! Well, bye now! My class and I would like to thank these people for making our afternoon such a nice one: Mrs. Wakefield, Mr. Kinder, Mr. Hubbard, Mrs. Niles, and Mr. Hall. camp in Liberty, A surprise may await you at Missouri, in June. Teresa is the new local vice-president. On May 14, an officers' meeting was held at Teresa Lile's house. The "Ma, Pa, and Me Banquet" was held at the First Baptist Church on May 15, at 7:30 P.M. the Awards Assembly 7:30 pm grade Who's Who and this was the outcome: Best Sportsman-- Harlan. McKosato: Most Popular--Bobby Grimes; Best Writer--Karen Kir- by; Best Reader--Van Hawxby; Most Honest-- Troya Chapman; Quietest--Lori Lowe; Neatest--Mark Downey; Best Fixer--Kenny Sylvester; Cutest Smile--David Pitts; Wittiest--Joe Gilbreth. The Perkins Journal Thursday, May 17, 1984 -- PAGE 5 { t ! and Dr. Ehrlich, the students received infor- mation and knowledge in four major fields, Genetic Engineering of Plants, Biotechnology of Animals, Computer Aid- ed Design/Manufaqturing Biomechanics, and Center for Application of Remote Sensing {CARS}. All the students found this a memorable and ex- citing experience. A key quote of Dr. Borlaug will remain in everyone's mind, "Stretch, reach, reach for the stars--you may not get a star but you will get star dust on your hands." Those attending OSU's 21st Century Center Science Symposium were Ms. Irene Edin, Cheri Duffle, Lora Caldwell, Tony Epperson, Carolynne Johnson, and Michelle Bates. q Perkins High StUdents spent and Monday in SCientist when the 21st Science at OSU. Dr. is a an elite group Vho have been the Nobel Dr. Borlaug honor in study and genetics of making it a doctor speaking Ehrlich. is from he informed of ways to the There was attending ]Ust won this ! LIFE By Darren Andrews Life, builds you up, makes you feel good, pushes you along, until you are going faster, faster than Life itself, Caasie Brown, Leanna Biggs and Elizabeth Cole prepare to wash a car to so Life is behind you; ! Life strikes, you stumble, fail, q Life speeds past, grabs you, drags you along, wounded, q in pain, defeated; The Circle is complete. I Life, builds you up... ! ! YES MOM By Lora Caldwell ! Yes, Mom' 9 I know it's a mess r I 'm never home [ ! Please can I have a dress? I 'm sorry I've got a date. Can I have five dollars? I won't be late. il Yes, Mom, L 1 I1 clean it up Just as soon as I get home. Please, Morn. You fed the pup? Yes, Morn I know he's mine. Please Morn 111 give you a dime. Yes, Mom I've got to go. No, Morn, I don't think it will snow. Please Morn, I 're got to go. Yes, Morn, I love you too. Yes, Morn. raise money for FHA. !i ii bEL-MAR'S FOOD STORE Lonnie and Judy Talmr 219 S. Main HARLAND WELLS PATSY'S FLOWERS & CERAMICS Patsy Lile 101 S. Main 5,17-2420 KEN SMITH FURNITURE New and Used -- 100 N. Main -- 5,17-211~ Jr. and Morine Bostian. Owners J.D. & EVELYN ANDERSON PERKINS DRUG "Full-Time Drug Dept." Steve Willingham STEER INN FAMILY RESTAURANTS 12l W. Thomas Perkins 547-537B 547-2414 VASSAR COMPANY Jack Vassar PERKINS TAG AGENCY 207 N. 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