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October 4, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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/ 2 - The Journal, Thursday, October A, 1973 (Continued from Page I) has had to cut back this year on teachers, had to put two : cnool classes in the gym lobby heard from a group of school parents who were Ipset with 31 students in the third grade at the Perkins campus and felt that this was too many for the teacher to handle. Mrs. Linda Elson, spokes- woman for the group, asked the board to consider splitting the class, adding another student teacher or teachers aids in helping the third grade teacher. Superintendent Acuff replied that there was no room space available to spllt the class, nor was there another teacher available and there were no funds available for either. "We have dreamed of more space," Acuff said, '~but there is Just none available, here or on the Tryon campus." Acuff added that the school are using the old frame build- ing for a class. Chair~han of the Board, John- ny Payne said that the board was aware of the crowded problem and have tried and are still trying to relieve the prolem. "We have tried to float one bond issue, and are in the pro- cess of trying again," Payne responded to the group. Acuff said that he, Mr. Raf- ferty and Mr. Spillars would investigate having the library aid spend more time with the third grade class and would check on m~re government aid for the reduction in class size aspect. When asked if he though the school could get more govern- ment aid Acuff responded that he "doubted it." (Continued from Page 1) Investigation he believed $50,000 to $75,000 worth of monies may be invol- ved. Two people in the court- house stated they had felt that there were unusual and ques- tionable practices in the County Clerk's office being used. "I didn't mean to do anything wrong," Howard told the Jour- nal, and when asked if he would resign he replied "no". Howard and his wife were accompanied to the Wednesday Payne County Commissioners meeting by their attorney Win- frey Houston. County Commissioners de- ferred action concerning How- ard until a later date due to District Attorney Headrick be- ing out of town. The Commis- sioners waived notice of their next meeting so that a meeting can he called on short notice. EVERY APPLIANCE IN THE STORE ON SALE THIS WEEK ONLY )VEN CLEANS AS FOOD BAKES 19" DIAGONAL COLOR TV, INSTANT COLOR CONTROL! REG. 329.95 , Touch 1 button and you control contrast, brightness, tint, color and AFC. Super-Brite picture tube is bonded to control glare. Instant picture and sound--no warm-up wait. Front-mounted 5" speaker provides unmuf- fled sound. Includes UHF, VHF antennas. CONVENIENT WAIST-HIGH BROILER SNDS STOOPING THIS WEEK ONLY 30" OVER-UNDER RANGE GAS OR ELECTRIC MODEl. Bake and broil at the same time on Wards feature-packed eye-level range! Waist- high broiler has easy glide-out rack. Con- tinuous-cleaning eye-level oven cleans as your food bakes, ending messy scrubbing. I 0 CONTINUOUS-CLEANING 30" GAS RANGE 11234 SAVE s8 WARDS PORTABLE TV, 12" DIAGONAL PICTURE REG. 87.95 Instant picture and sound-- no warm-up wait. Earphone for privacy. UHF and VHF antennas included. Oven features Iow-temp control to keep food warm without overcooking. Easy- to-clean lift-off top. ELECTRIC RANGE HAS AUTO ON-OFF OVEN Has continuous-cleaning oven, oven window and light. 1 1 0V outlet. "Plus transportation 372-2860 Stillwater 614 E. 6th BANKRUPTING THE SOIL! One can compare the soil to a bank account. A bank account has a certain amount of money. Deposits have to be made if it is expected to grow. Dollars must be depositied before a withdrawal can be made. And, of course, a bankbook or balance sheet is used to determine the cash reserves at any one time. Our farmers have receiveci stead of dollars the call to provide more food soil's "moneY" for the American consumer. As of plant a result, our soils are being magnesium, used more intensely now than Siuln, and so on. perhaps at any other time in harvested repre-' our history. The soil, however, drawal balance. is limited in its ability to pro- used to duce. Nutrients utilized in the "money" is in growing of crops must be re- In actual placed by applications of lime er tends to and fertilizer. In other words, drawing more we must return to the soil that than he which has been removed, overlooks resulting from The soil also has a certain amount of "money" in it. In- leaching. At any resour( get smaller with year. the bank may but the soil will Don't go your assets Do not overlOOk soil. If it is low of limestone counts to grow. By Rick Clark Due to the flu, mechanical difficulties and ness I didn't get this column in last week. who asked about it and hoped it would be in PHOOEY! on you who didn't . .. There were numerC about it not getting in . . . thanks, Mom LARRY BOXS doing a terrific jobol at the boutique. Larry did an outstanding job di~' fashions in ladies under-apparel. ed in Farmer Stockman magazine. That story is Journal courtesy of the FS magazine . .. FOREST ROBINETTE, of Tryon and now School Board suggesting that the board have at Tryon. The board agreed and will do so last Monday also . . couldn't get them to change nights due to legal conflicts, however, have theirs on the first Tuesday of the month. so that Journal reporters can attend both PT DEMONS are now 3-1 for the football Yale last Friday. Bulldogs couldn't even find a fix night! COACH McILVAIN couldn't loose last Journal football contest too . .. SUE DODRILL ha hal staff to $pend more time at home with her looking for a secretary-bookkeeper; won thet BARRY MORELAND and TODD SMALLEY Punt, Pass and Kick competition held recently. is sponsored by Ford and the National Football Did you know the Journal is 83 years old, ness in Perkins and the oldest newspaper in There's always some idiot that is going to town weekly newspaper, but this is the only neWS] a damn what happens to Perkins and the rural it... I guess some people wear boots 'cause clean in the barnyard, but I wear 'em'cause it difference whether your socks match or not .. The JOURNAL Published every Thursday by the pany, 133 S. Main - Post Office Box LB 74059, Telephone 377-3599 or 547-2411. Harland Wells, Editor and PubliSher Rick Clark, Managing Editor Glenda Wilson, Typist Jane Flint, Advertising Ruth Brown, Circulation Subscription Rate: $5.15 in Payne, Lincoln and ties. $8,24 Elsewhere. Entered as 2nd class mail at the Post Oklahoma, 74059. Call in your subscription, lfied ads today - 547-2411 or 377-3599. Journal Staff Writer-' War Chant .............. Cathy Clarkston-Oak Dale .............. Around The Farm ............ Allen Dora's Shop Talk ........... Dora Merce Mehan Valley ............ Rhonda Glencoe Area News ..... Mrs. Sherman The Tryon Beat ......... Pat McC Bowling Scores .............. Opal Clayton News .......... Jenny Lost Creek-Elm Grove ....... Lorayne MEMBER !J I know iswhat I read i- the papers-'-%VIII Rgert / ;i