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I i received the Perfect Attendance Awardz Wall Friend. Cameron Karner. nles iGrade Promotion was held at Perkins Elementary on Promotion certificates were given to each stu- with Library Volunteer awards and Cafeteria Vol- awards. all through elementary were given to 13 A Perfect Attendance award was given to Cameron v, Son of Ken and Janet Karner. The Mary Jane Wall award was given to Tommy HiUey, son of Robert The Masonic Student of Today award was Katie Dawson, daughter of Sammy and Shelley Cameron Karner. elementary: (back row, P ht) Katie Dawson, Kathy Brower, Savannah Cameron Karner, Justin Perkins, Frank Bur- Hilley; (front row) Lara Bridenstine, Kody Lawson, Tara Payton, Brandon Bin ford. Joshua Hazelbaker.) Student of Today Award: Katie Dawson and ~Grrger. ER TASTING WATER Filters for Better Quality & Taste CITY WATER OR WELL WATER CHLORINE & TASTE & ODOR "Water Well Quality Pumps Drilling & Installation Serving Central Oklahoma for 30 Years SM]ITH PUMP & SUPPLY 709 Manvel-Chandler 405-258-0834 1-800-223"0834 By Esther Ham The 81st Ham-Bilyeu re- union was held on Sunday, May 21, 1995 at the Payne County Expo Center. Winsel Bilyeu had the coffee ready and the tables set up ready for the first arrivals around 10 a.m Garland and Mary Lee LaFollette and son Gary brought plenty of cold drinks and Joan Botts furnished table service for those who did not bring any. Starla Bilyeu had the tables beautifully decorated with fresh green- cry. The musicians who began entertaining around11 a.m. were Jimmie Ham and Evelyn Havel from Perkins; Bud Smith, Crescent; Bernie Felton, Drumright; Mark Pryor, Bedford, Tex. Velma Bilyeu and all the helpers had the potluck lunch ready and John Pryor asked the bless- ing and everyone enjoyed a bountiful meal. The auction of handmade articles made by relatives was so popular last year that we did it again this year and it was a great success. After the auction we were enter- tained by the Wit Sisters, "Joan Bilyeu Botts, Alta Bilyeu Kirby and Olive Bilyeu Pryor," singing the Stuttering song, also Franell LaFollette sang a couple of songs, John Pryor sang and played the guitar and then Bud sang the Laughing song. The youngest person at- tending was Ty Heiden who isll weeks old. Ty is the great ' : 'grandson of Dee Bilyeu. The oldest was Lester Ham from Stillwater. Those attending were Ronald Ham, Albuquerque, N.M.; Becky Botts Crowl and Reese, Sparks, Nev.; Julie Botts Bennett, Bruceville, Tex.; Sara Botts Burns and John and Betty Ham, Austin, Tex.; Mark, Christi and Allison Pryor, Bedford, Tex.; Harold and Zoe Fick, Borger, Tex.; John and Kim Pryor, Kingston, Tenn.; David, Sharron and Rachel Pryor, Paupa, New Guina; and Amy Pryor Hildebrand and Josiah, Des Moines, Iowa. Those from Oklahoma City were: Gordie Ham, Jay and Dorothy Townsend and Mike and Frannel LaFollette. From Morrison were: Char- lotte, Blain and Dahrenda Bowling, Garland and Mary Lee Bilyeu LaFollette, Zola Sinclair and Teresa, Kent and Eric Moser. Those attending from Perkins were: Jimmie and Esther Ham, Jank and Joan Bilyeu Botts, Rita Bowling, Ruth Smith, Lerene Jarvis Redus and Randy, Katrina and Joe Jarvis. Also Clara Hesser, Glencoe; Edd and Joan Pryor and Kirk and Maxine McDougal from Tulsa, Bill and Harriett Ham, Covington; Derek and Kara Bilyeu Brown, Bristow; Mary E. Ham, Cleveland; Greg Amber and Jacob Pryor, Newkirk; David, Heather and Ty Heiden, Dennis and Anita Bilyeu, Crescent; Earl and Garnet Harms, Perry. Those from Stillwater were: Alta Bilyeu Kirby, John and Betty Ham Beeler, Lena Allison, Jocille Ham Osborn, Gary and Sharon LaFollette, Lester and May Ham, Velma Bilyeu, Roberta Ham Sequin, Joyce and Milton Schulze, Bobby Bilyeu Johnson, Damen Bowling, Shelly Geer, Ken and Gwen Wilburn, Ol- ive Bilyeu Pryor, Dorislea Fowler Kekahbah, Doris Fowler, Dana, Matthew and Audrey Bilyeu, Cleo and Jo Anne Fowler, J.D. and Darlene Bilyeu, Erma Fowler, Sherrian, Robert, Bobby and Jennifer Page, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Moody, Michael and Malson Danforrth, Debbie Blake, and Brent Meeks, Joni Bilyeu and Marty, Kristy and Kaleb Rylant. This reunion was a huge success and we all look for- ward to the 3rd Sunday in May next year for our 82nd reunion. Perkins resident receives nurses Kristi Hall pin at UCO Linda Byrd of Perkins is one of 78 senior nursin stu- aents who received their graduation pins during the May 13th graduation at the University of Central Okla- homa. Karen Jordon, assistant professor in the nursing de- partment of UCO, said this is an old tradition that com- pletes the nursing program. It allows the graduates to then take the nursing licensure exam for certifica- tion, Jordon said. here is a nursing pin for each school, which replaces the traditional cap worn in the past," Jordon said. "UCO's pin has a picture of Old North and the Latin translation 'Because we care.~ Former Perkins resident in Miss Oklahoma Pageant Former Perkins resident, Kristy Hall of Choctaw, will rep- resent the University of Central Oklahoma at the Miss Okhi homa Pageant which will be held at the Mabee Center-ORU Campus in Tulsa on Saturday, June 10. Kristi is a sopho: more music major at UCO. The preliminary judging will begin Wednesday, June 7. Kristi will compete in bathing suit on Wednesday, evening gown on Thursday and talent on Friday. For her talent, Krist will sing a French aria "Je dis que rein ne m'epouvante" from Carmen. Tickets are available for each night's competition which begins at 8 p.m. The top ten contestants will be chosen from the prelimi: naries and announced at the Saturday night finale, where they will compete for the Miss Oklahoma crown. The finale will also be telecast at 8 p.m. Kristi is the daughter of James and Shirley Hall, ChoctaW, and has many friends and relatives in this area. She is the granddaughter of Bertha Pricer of Perkins and Virgil Hall of Stilwater Nursing Home. " I , ,,, ,,, ,, , ~'~'~ ~? ~-i, :'i~ ' ' "' j' ' ' ' ' ~' ~ ~: All campers will receive: Camp T-Shirt Basketball Practice Booklets .Camper Evaluation Playing Time in 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 Contests Awards Assembly on Last Day of Camp (11 a.m.) DATES NEXT YEAR'S GRADE TIME COST June 19-23 Boys-3rd thru 8th 8:30 a.m.-12:30 $45 per camper June 5-9 Girls-3rd thre 8th8:30 a.m.-12:30 $45 per camper DAILY SCHEDULE 8:30-Stretch and Mass Fundamentals 9"00-Fundamental Stations: Ball Handling, Shooting, Etc 10:00-Instructional Video: Training Tips 10:30-Defense: On and Off the Ball 11 "00-Camp Contests, League Games 12:00-Camp Ends For The Day Boys Coach: Rick Garrison Girls Coach: Jerry Burnett For Further Information: Perkins-Tryon High School P.O. Box 549 Perkins, OK 74059 405-547-5724 I I ! SIGN UP NOWll! SEND CHECK WITH THIS OR PAY ON FIRST DAY OF CAMP Name: , Parent's Name:. I T'Shirt Size (Children) I S M LXL Address: Age: School: , Home Phone: Work Phone: I hereby authorize the directors at the Perkins-Tryon Demon Basketball Day Camp to act for me according to their best judgement in any emergency requiring medical attention. Furthermore, I hereby release Perkins-Tryon Basketball Day Camp and its agents from any cause of action I may have arising during this camp. Parent's Signature ,, H , , i i i,l,i am