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Perkins, Oklahoma
June 7, 1984     The Perkins Journal
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June 7, 1984

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? t'A{;I: I The Perkins Journal Thursday, June 7, 1984 enings before ,end of s ol Perkins Elementary School was presented a Certificate of Ap- preciation by the Brownie and Junior Girl Scout Troops of Perkins at the annual area-wide Girl Scout Leader Recognition and Awards Dinner held in Stillwater. Presenting the Certificate to Mr. Hren- (:her was Norman Constien, leader of Brownie Troop 203. Connie Kirby, Drum Major, presents the P-T Midnight REgiment drum major's hat to her successor for the 1984-85 year, Michelle Bates. Ready to chow down on a cake baked by Mrs. Raines as a good- bye gift for Mrs. Liga are {left to right} Jonathan Raines, Pam Liga, John Wiley, and Kevin Vassar. The cake says, "#I." were honored 1 SOFTBALL The Perkins Angels will host a fast-pitch softball tournament this weekend, June 9-10, at Billy J. Dickson Park. "O- Lynda Howard, Per- kins, was the lucky win- ner of the quarter of beef donated by Ralph's Pack" ing, given away last week. Superintendent Larry Gill presents with a plaque of appreciation for his flagpole that stands by the football field. will be placed on cement block near the flagpole. This was presented at the recently. M others of Mrs. H ardin's fifth grade students had new terrarians after Mother's Day. Shown with their gifts to their mothers--Left to right--Jennifer Armstrong, Tah Moorman, Sonja Moorman, Betty Sasser, Matt I lrencher, Chad Collum, Richie Blubaugh. hool en It's not often that one classroom has four kids on crutches; however, Mrs. Hardin's class recently set a record. Left to right, Billy Maxwell, Amy Cheatham, Denice Shingleton and Jan t ! ollenback. Mr. Hrencher stands with the winner of Matt Hrencher, and the runner-up Nichole grade. Final word spelled was "nobility." the Elementary Spelling Bee, his son Bostian. Both winners are in the fifth ,i i ~i 'i Oliver Kinzie presented Victor Wall with Farmer Award. ( I)EI,-M I{'S F()()I) ST()RE I ,,n.h. and .I,,h '1 al,." ; t -: :!., C, "2 Iq S. Main HARLANI) WELLS KEN SMITH FIIRNITI!RE \,'~ and I ~,',I -- III0 N. Main -- 517-21{P~ Jr. and M,,rin,' B..fia,. ')~m.r- J.D. & EVELYN :/ ) 4 I EI{KINS "'V.II:l'hn,' i)ru~ ]),'pl.'" STEER INN FAMILY RESTAURANTS ) 12 1 ~,. Th,mnas I rrkins 517-5378 517-2i1.1 VASSAR C()MI'ANY PERKINS TAG AGENCY %la~ F'ran(',', IIlair. ~.g,,nl 21)7 \. Main 1)1~%', II[I)~& II %VIIlS'rl,E ST()I' #2 MIHURA AUCTION & REAL ESTATE CO. 6 Mih,s Sm,th of Stillv, awr ,,n IIv,~. 177 Open,,Wed. thru Sat. - 10 to 5:30 -- m:,-37~-7513 STRODE FUNERAL ttOME MAC'S CORNER 517-211X1 372-5550 Mar & l..u %lc,~nall~ J,,hn & ) IIAI,I'iI'S PACKING (I()MPANY .'.u,' and (;ar~ (:ran,' and I"rank Spillars ( )~t ilcr~ 17-2 l(;I \.~. ,,t" I','rkin- o;t l:rc,.man %',,'nu,' (:IMAi{R()N VALI,EY (:()-()I'ERATIVE, INC. l)au Ilul,bard. Manager :~ 17-270~ 217 S. Main FARMER'S UNION Ilar~,') Brixc~. %gcn! t:it~ and Rural In,.uram+ Perkins. ( )k 5 17-2251 P.J.'s FLOWERS & GIFTS I'~all~, and (;errv J.hnson 517-2763 117 N. %lain 5 17-2 136 PAYNE COUNTY BANK PATSY'S FLOWERS & 202 South Main M,'ml,*'r F'l)l(: I'at-,, I,ile lOI S. Main WHISTLE STOP #1 517-2q76 McDANIEL & SON ".~. Good Ilard,~are in a 517-2|72 Good "rosn I'EI{KINS "Y" IJVEST()CK AI ](Trl()N :~ 1"7-27 3:, "~.1,. I'Ncry ~,,l,w,.day'" N.~. of I',.rki,~s BAKER'S DRY GOODS Jolm Baker 547-2,161 102 S. Main PEPSI COLA COMPANY Still,~ ah'r. ()klahoma