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Collectible. any more Sticks Boxes Pencils Writing Enjoyable) or $1.25 each Flowers and Gifts 547-2763 Perkins WMC FO s-" m. I~4 s. k~ts . o-~-~-= / Over 2,000 vocational teachers from across the state attended the 18th Annual Vocational and Technical Education Conference, August 5-9, at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater. The conference, which is con- ductsd by the State Department of Vocational and Technical Education, provides teachers with an update in such areas as professional organizations, curriculum, enrollment limitations, supervisory visits, advisory committees, and student organizations. Among the new and beginning Trade ud Industrial Education teachers from Central Oklahoma Area Vo-Tech School, Drumright, who attended are, from left, David Gray, Cushing, air conditioning/heating; Jerry Webb, Perkins, Industrial Electronics; Alex Miller, Edmond, Adult Electronics; and Terry Wright, Cushing, Industrial Electronics. CLARKSON--OAKDALE NEWS By Belle Whitmore Home Builders Home Extension Club met for their first Wednesday, regular meeting in the Oakdale community building, August 7, 1:30 p.m. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Debbie Fairbanks, president. The Lord's Prayer and Flag Salute were given in unison. Roll call was answered by 11 members and 3 guests telling what nationality they were. Some could name their forefathers as far back as 6 generations. One guest became a member. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The Pen- ny Prize was won by Hazel Bucke. The fair was discussed (the club The man who is on the level finds serves two days at the fair), it easier to climb a hill. members volunteered to help serve. The County Fair at Stillwater is You can tell when the recession September 10-15, 1985. comes. People will begin counting The Homebuilders will have a their change. display booth at the fair. Plans were made for people to help prepare the booth. Officers for the new year are Deb- bie Fairbanks, President; Doris Long, Vice President; Elenore Smith, Secretary; Lela Pepmiller, Treasurer; Hazel Bucke, Chaplain and Veda Long, Song Leader. Refreshments were served by Veda Long. The club will have a box supper and auction September 28. The community club met August 10, second Saturday night for more planning of the box supper. Ralph Brewer is in the V.A. Hospital at Oklahoma City. He suf- fered a stroke. Ernest Bentley is in the Stillwater Medical Center following an operation. Wilmer Pepmiller has been a pa- tient recently in Stillwater Medical Center. Tests are being run to f'nd the cause of his illness. -Oo BITS -& BITES Submitted by Belle Whitmore There's a lot of handwriting on the wall these days, but most of it is all Greek to me. A man is an animal who thinks he must groan to convince the other members of the household that he is sick. No wonder there is so much stomach trouble. The average man is more particular about his auto than he is his stomach. An old-timer is the one who can remember when a politician didn't kick big-business around in order to gain votes. The swell gent is the one who doesn't permit his head to swell. FALL LANGSTON UNIVERSITY SCHEDULE OF EVENING CLASSES Fall 1985 'Financial Assistance Available 'Financial Aid (Federal) "National Direct Student Loan "Guaranteed Student Loan "Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant "Non-Black Scholarships "Work-Study Program "Student Employment CONTACT: Nancy Luce, Director Student Financial Aid (405~466-2231, Ext. 289 Registration: August 19-23, 1985 Classes Begin: August 26, 1985 Last Day to Enroll: September 9. 1985 Registrar's Office Will Be Open On Saturday, August 24. 1985 for those Who Cannot Enroll During the Week. TITLE CREDIT TIME DAYS Intermediate Accounting I 3 5:30-8-10 T Income Tax 3 5:30-8:10 TH Introduction To Animal Science 3 6.~)~7:15 T TH Animal Nutrition 3 6.~)0-7:15 M, W Word Processing 2 6.~)0-7:40 M Business Communications 3 5:30-8:10 W Introductions to Corrections 3 5:00-6:15 M W Introduction to Computers 3 6.~0-7:15 T TH Computer Lab 3 TBA Computer Program RPG 3 5.~0-8.~0 W Introduction to Number Analysis 3 6.~0-7:15 T TH Computer Lab 3 TBA Economics for General Education 3 5:30-8:10 :T Consumer Economics 3 5:30-6:45 T TH Labor Economics 3 7:00-8:15 T TH Comparative Economic Systems 3 5:30-6:45 M W Monetary Economics 3 7.~)0-8:15 M W Ideas & Expressions I 3 6.~0-7:15 T TH Ideas & Expressions II 3 6.~0-7:15 M W Advanced Composition 3 6.~0-7:15 T TH Introduction to Nutrition 3 6:00-7:15 T TH American History 3 5.~0-6:15 M W Principles of Marketing 3 5:3~:I0 W Advanced Finandal Management 3 5:30-8:10 TH Flnandal Management 3 5:3~8:10TH General Math I 3 6.~0-7"~0 M W College Algebra 3 7:30-8:45 M W Natural Scisnce (Biology} 3 6.~0-7:15 T TH Natural Sdenoe (Physical) 3 5:30~'~0T TH American Gov~ment 3 5.~0~:15T TH Reading Improvemant I 6.~0~:50T TH Individual & Society 3 5,~0~:15M W Introduction To Speech 3 6.~}0-7:15 T TH Cont~ct~ R~Istrsfs Office, Langston University, 406466-2231 Ext. 227 Traveling to the moon in a rocket will have no appeal to us until they offer round-trip rates. You can tell when times are nor- maL You will be able to find oysters in an oyster stew. "O" WATER SAMPLES SHOW DAM IS NOT LEAKING PAWHUSKA - Water tests show that water coming from the base of Blue Stern dam is not a leak, but is spring fed. The dam was rated as risky by the state dam inspector. The tests indicate that pools of water below the dam are spring fed, and do not fill from a leak in the dam. The city is_installing a monitoring system that will detect any movement of the dam and it will be checked daily. "O" NEW ACTING POSTMASTER ARRIVES PAWNEE - David Medlock of Tulsa, is new acting post- master here, replacing Mary Baumgardner, who returned to The Perkins Journal Thursday, August 15, 1965 -- PAGE 5 CENTER TO GET Senior Citizen Center needed a ne~ A NEW PIANO piano, so they were put down for STROUD- Even though they one. 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