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October 4, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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6 - The Journal, Thursday, October h. 1973 having a bake-sale on Octoberwhich start November 2. A Mr. Ridge, and Mrs J. D-~I~; 24. The committee for the bake- meeting was held Tuesday after glen. There were a few o~-- sale is Kathy Lacy, Terri Mur- school discussing pep club rules winners which I did not know. ray, Rhonda Priekett and Dineand the general organization. It Door prizes were also given. ~tammoek. was decided that anyone in high school could be in the pep club, BAND TRIP - SENIOR/FACULT_Y if they want to show schoo]The higffschool band travel.*. . BASK ETBALI~ GAME spirit. . ed to Oklahoma City State Fau The seniors are practlelnf"The meetings will betheflrst Parade last .Saturday The P~f~ their best to beat the faculty Tuesday of every month after ade was enjyo ed by all the I~aeg. of Ripley in a basketball game school. Demerits will be given members, and was a new . to be held in October. Plans to anyone not attending theperienee to all, the new raff~ are also being made for a meetings. Also for not attend- hers Jeff, you ought to spaghettisupper before the ing the games, and sbowing good ;tshamed of yourself The game. school spirit, arrived home at 6:00 saturt~ kind of paper, may call any ot JUNIORS Everyone ls invited toattend. Uniforms were also discuss- evening, tl~ the following numbers: 918-The juniors are as ofnowun- ed to wear to the games. MR- The band also played on,~ 372-4438, Rlpley; 918-225- decided on any certain projects VOCAL roon sweatshirts with gold let- OSU field last Saturday for~ 3519, Cushing; or405-372-5946 to earn money for the 1974 Two voc~ p~tices were terlng was elected on, and a OSU band day. They all en]y~ Sflllwater. prom. called last week on Tuesdaycommittee was selected to de- it and the game. We will be glad to plckupany The FFA queen attendent for clde on the lettering. donations. Thank you. the junior class is Gall Drake. and Thursday ew ~gs prac- Officers were also elected: FFA FF~t tieing for the Payne CountyThey are: president -Melinda The new teacher for oUr .,, CLASS MEETINGS ,~PHOMORES Teachers Meeting last Friday, Penny; vice president - Karla chapter and agriculture, 15~: Class m~tings were held The oPhomore FFA queen September 28. The group en-Hayes; secretary-Cathy Pric- Berry Teel from Stlllwater'~d Monday afternoon at 1:35. FFA attendent is Sonja Stevens joyed singing for the teachers ket; reporter - Diana Worthy Teel will be here for the ~ Sweetbeat candldate was select- The sophomore class hasde- and thank them for letting them and Mike Casey; treasurer -semester, while we are 1oo~ ed from each high school class clded on selling "Ye Town Cri-. come. Pam Roslere; and Student Coun- for a replacement. from which one will be chosen ers", a variety of things, to ell Representative-Kathy Tar- as queen on October 12, at the earn money for their class STUDENT COUNCIL ver. SCHOOL DANCE annual FFA box supper, treasure. The top seller of this A student council officers project will receive $15. The meeting was cancelled for Mon- WINNERS ned for October 6th, in SENIORS class also decided against hay.- Ray afternoon, September 24. The winners of the water- school gym. The dance The seniors have decided onlng class dues. They were to discuss plans for melon eating contest held last sponsored by the high ~,~..,., ,, ,~..., .... .~..~, ...... the school year, President Stan Thursday night at the eli park band. It will begin at 8 The name of the grouP ~ ,'Tile ~'-- lng for the night is -tll~ 1 bratlon', of which our j~ director, Mr. Dole ,j l i DO |OMETHINI |ONSTRUOT V| I dlrectOr,member. Mr Delozle~ "o BASKETBALL -.~ The basketball i~'m$ _,1~ I wit, st M g Syst I - ran odular Buildin ems.., practices. The^l{,ve, .... game will be against o== ! Warehouses, Office or Reta=l Bu=ld=ngs. I November2. THIRD GRAD~.E. ,d I S.D.C. Building Systems t = II James McDonald i we have a lot of fi I ,o, ,. s,,,,..,.. ' t' ." sn-.2, I aquarium. We like tllelll "" much. _.~ IIIIIIIIIIIIH III I IIII I IIIIlll IIII I I III II / ...... II'TI' ' I ..........we named our readingl'juj~1j- Charlie Brown, SnooPY ~td nus. We chose what we "" I I Carpet City sells more carpeting than anyone else in Okla- homa.., and sells it for less than anyone else in Oklahoma .. because of their 10 store buying power! Because Carpet City has more carpeting in 8toc~ than any- one else, you have a larger selection than anywhere else. Famous brands you know and trust, such as: Lees, Phila- delphia, Masland, Burlington Industries, and many others. When you deal with a Company that has been in business for 26 years under the @ame family ownership and manage- ment, you can buy with greater confidence because no sale is final until you are completely satisfied. Nobody, but nobody even Comes close to Carpet City. Come in and see why! Fine Shag, Embossed and Plush Carpets from 3. 99 to 10.170 Sq. yd. Credit terms available Phone 372-2210 Carpet City has never sold seconds and never will because they are usually more imperfect than meets the eye Even a discounted price for these un- reliable products leaves the customer short changed. our group to be named. = We have been studyL~j L I~ tie Chinese boy nameu '~ Pear. We found On t~;~ where Little Pear IIVeS~ going to cook some fOOd .,~tlF We have been wet .o~ g~v gan Stew and our cl~ _..~ drinks white milk bec$u~ know it is more healthy Some of our class m~ went to the Fair. some ~ hens. We are We are learning tences-asking and tences. FOURTH GRA~D~ By Darla White We have been pies in P.E. There countries: Ethiopia, Russia, ed States and Rodgers lit the Robble Y aughn and ney carried the We have new art center, In the social studies' are doing map sheetS* fUll. SIXTH By Bret Fowler & Buskirk We telll we have we are doing this nesday, September diorama's out of shoe have been Mythg. We made cookies ThursdaY. new show on Mulligan Stew and w~t seeing tapes oabout i they went outside on ground er and walked would know hoW felt. We are to Gerlbals for our Mrs. Parrett, brgght a this week. She guess how much it out picking it up. (Continued