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r THE PERi(INS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1997 Published By The Perkins-Tryon High School Journalism Class Many Perkins-Tryon High School FFA students were given special recognition Saturday night at the Annual FFA Awards Banquet. Shown above are Chad 7} cker, outstanding 8th grader; Travis Cundiff, Star Chapter Farmer; Becky Fox, Star Greenhand; and Justin Wollenberg, Star Grennhand. FFA Award Banquet held urday ni bh' Larami(' (;.n/on A record crowd was cm hand Saturday night for the annual P- T FFA banquet. A slide show was presented by Christina Neal and Alan Jennings, which highlighted the members' many activities. Outstanding 8th grade student honors went to Chad Tucker. Outstanding freshmen were Becky Fox and Justin Wollenberg. Star Chapter Farmer Award went to Travis Cundiff. Emil Kastl, representing Payne County Farmers Union, recog- nized Travis for being the outstanding production agriculture se- nior in Payne County. Cundiff received $100.00 and a portrait. Last issue for Dispatch This is the last issue of the Demon Dispatch for this year. The Journal would like to thank the merchants who spon- sor this page each year, and to Laramie Gordon amd friends for helping to put it together-Rick & Kathy. Awards for 6tti, 7th and 8th Grades on Recognition Night Recognition Night was held May 13, 1997 fi)r students in the 6th, 7th and 8th grades. Students who received special recognition included: 6th Grade Scienee--Gena Wollenberg, Amanda Wilson Math--Andrew Thompsen, Rebekah Emerson 6th Art poster contest--Benton Rudd Language--Kristie Kinsey, Rebekah Emerson, Stephanie Weis, Aaron Pool Reading--Jeremy Graham, Rusty Norrie Humanities--Jenna Hauf, Jana Tarlton Social Studies--Chris Shelton, Rusty Norrie, Nathan Drake, Ja- son Crenshaw Band--Stephanie Cundiff 7th Grade Science--Justin Perkins. Math--Tyler Boyles, Josh Hall, Dana Sandstrom, Jesse Jacobs Tech Ed--Bo Smith, Matthew Smith Pre-Algebra--Brandon Binford, Frank Burton, Kara Lawson, Justin Perkins Honors Language--Tommy Hilley Language--Dana Sandstrom, Blake Anderton, Mary Hazelbaker History--Kathy Brower, Kara Lawson, Tommy Hilley, Frank Burton, Josh Hazelbaker Art--Erin Holder, Tommy Hilley, Katie Dawson Band--Kara Lawson 8th Graders Physical Science--Greg Johnson Science--Eric Kinzie, Jeff Black Honors Language--Greg Johnson, Chris Reed Language--Jenny Tarlton Spanish--Brandee Hancock, Ryan Shelton Spanish Elect--Tommy Hilley, Wil Anderson (hiography--Brande(, lhulcock, Matt Smith Social Stii(li(,s Elect--Michael ltoiman Civics--l,acey Smith Math--Russell Mann, Sandra Kliesen Algebra l--Brian Bickell, Brandee Hancock, (h'et2 J dmson, Leslie (;rotheer, Travis M u rray Algebra 1/2--A.J. Gibson, Chad Tucker Art--Grant Thomps(m, Trish Mutters Band--Ashley Tharp MS Choir--Melinda Custar Library Sean Hughes, Laura Casey, Nekesha Boiden Mahdi Hickman, Brandee Hancock, Charissa Mefferd Other Awards Most Valuable Student Council--Rusty Norrie Oklahoma Junior High Honor Society 6th--Jacob Calavan, Catherine Cartisano, Abe Cobb, Daasha Cundiff, Rebekah Emerson, Rusty Norrie, Aaron Pool, Billy Rob- erts, Benton Rudd, Christopher Shelton, Andrew Thompsen, Amanda Wilson .$ 7th--Robert Anderton, Brandon Binford, Frank Dawson, Tommy Hilley, Cameron Karner, Kara Perkins, Kathy Brower, Joshua Hazelbaker 8th--Leslie Grotheer, Brandee Hancock, Murray, Aleisha Nelson, Ryan Shelton, Brian Erica Kinzie, Krystie Scott, Grant Thompson Perfect Attendance Kristie Keith, Jana Tarlton, Billy Teter, Mar Murray, Tyler Boyles, Michael Brown, Frank Burton Hills, Sean Hughes, Melinda Custar, Leslie Grotheer, James Miles P-T Hancock 6th grade spelling winner--Juanita Torres 7th grade spelling winner--Sean Hughes Masonic Award Winners--Jeremy Mobley, Brandee VFW Essay Contest--Brandon Binford OACP Essay Contest--Brandon Binford VFW Citizenship Award--Leslie Grotheer, Bo Salutatorian--Brian Bickell Valedictorians-Brandee Hancock, Leslie Grotheer Travis Murray, Aleisha Nelson, Ryan Shelton P-T student honored as high school 1997 Byrd Joanna Danielle Hubbard from Perkins Tryon High School was among the 86 high school seniors who were recognized by State Superinten- dent Sandy Garrett during a recent ceremony at the state Capitol as re- cipients of the 1997 Robert C. Byrd Honors Scholarship. Miss Hubbard is the daughter of Dan and Joan Hubbard of Perkins. "It is such a joy to acknowledge the work of these extraordinary y()t|ng men and women," Superinten- dent Garrett said. "From what I am told, it was not an easy task fi)r the selection committee. They had ap- proximately 300 applicants who met Joanna the Byrd Program's rigorous criteria, which is an high quality education available in Oklahoma." Students each received a $1,110 scholarship newed for an additional three years if they meet quirements. Candidates for the federally funded score at least 30 on the ACT or a combined exam. They must have a minimum 3.8 grade point high school work and submit letters of teacher and a community leader, as well as an a The scholarship program is named after the Ion tor from West Virginia. Byrd is a former U.S. Senate. Superintendent Garret t l ommended Congressional delegation for its continued support in Byrd Scholarship Program. A selection committee, including members Garrett's Teacher Advisory Committee, all of whom are: teacher of the year finalists, chose the scholarship each of the state's six congressional districts. THESE FINE AREA BUSINESSES URGE YOU TO SUPPORT ALL PERKINS-TRYON ATHLETIC & ACADEMIC "Now That's A Pizza Present This Coupon For A LARGE PIZZA FOR A MEDIUM CHARGE One Coupon Per Customer Coupon!" ")Vow hat's laizza!" Hi 3 Perkins 547-2456 "Home -Owned & Operated Since 1898" TY BANK 202 South Main .547-2436 -Perkins Lobby Hours: M-F 8a.m.-3p.m.' Sat. 8a.m.-Noon Drive,In: M-Th 7:30 a.m.-4p.m. Fri 7 30a.m.-6p.m. Sat. 7:30a.m.-Noon Conveniently serving Perkins for over 20 years! Downtown Perkins, Highway 33 and 177 Your Valu-Rite Drugstore. Steve & Kristy Willingham Perkins-Tryon Sports Boosters 246 S. Main ,547-2414 US GINS GENERAL STORE (formerlly Mihura'sl Greg & Kristina Rose, Managers Gas .Feed -Hay .Groceries .And More! Hwy 177 Three Miles North of Perkins .377-7545 HighmaU 55 and Sadler Road Larry and Pete Jim & Shirley Dervin, owners- Harold Clark, manager ~'1~ S. I~l~mLIIINI IPlEl~Kllll~l~ 5.al.'7-"~$ is proud to be a booster ot Perkins-Tryorl S 219 N, Main Stillwater Go! Perkins-Tryon Demons! Stillwater 743-2132 Chris McCutchen FUELS 124 CORNER CORRAL *Simple Simon's Pizza *Broasted Chicken *Video Rentals North Main .547-5183 .Perkins i i ;