Newspaper Archive of
The Perkins Journal
Perkins, Oklahoma
October 11, 1984     The Perkins Journal
PAGE 7     (7 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 7     (7 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 11, 1984

Newspaper Archive of The Perkins Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2023. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

;IANS TO TACKLE SAYS KNOWN ECONOMIST from Page 1 productivity what he call- 'in tax code. "Con> now make deci- what will reduce hurden and not will maximize pro- e," he said. said the U.S. system nmst to turn out the most highly workers in the to keep up with y. also said the pro- of illegal immigTa- must he dealt with Noting that the of illegal aliens grown from 500.000 milli(m in the last Boren said, cannot continue serious impact ~r economy." P, oren l,esher hath said Were opl imistic can solve its problems. said the [i.S. eOll)e a long way What he called the and (loom (lays'of Years ag(/. vears ago we being told our best hehind us and bye shouldn't expect much" he said. have 6.4 million !Jobs. one million new and (;3 l)er- the working age at work. "' said tile ke5 to ~Ued economic pro lies in hohting the growth of spending taxation, coupled ever and need not worry about limits to growth or running out of resources. "Spacecraft earth could never run out of re- sources." he said. What should worry citizens, he said, is gn'owth of government. the complexity of the tax code and people who sug- gest higher taxes as a remedy for deficits. l,esher also said Americans must keep up to date on high tech- nology and become bet- ter at, competing in inter- national markets. On the positive side. l,esher said America is still number one in many areas. ,~We are still the world leader in productivity,' he said, "()ur infrastruc- ttu'e is strong and the best in the world even if it needs repair. ()ur educati(mal system on balance is outstanding and the best in the worl(t. and we are retooling the society and re- establishing the work ethic and conservative principles on which this count ry was tounde(t.' ()SiJ's public policy forum is now in its fourth year, It was co-sponsore(t t)y the Business Student ('ouncil and tile (;reater [Jniversity Fund of the ()SII Foundation, This year's forum also was presented to coincide wit h the approaching mid-point of OSU's Centennial Decade. The university will celebrate its 100th birthday in 199O. 4)- BONI) ISSUE PASSES PERRY - Voters have approved a 8350,000 t)ond issue hy a Demon The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 11, 1984 -- t'Atile~ Club Drive is Underway In ancient Greece, a box. ing match began with two boxers standing face to face, their noses touching. The Demon All Sports Booster Club met on Oc- tober 2nd at 7:30 in the High School Cafeteria. Joe Hooser, President. conducted the business meeting. The committee who met with lnembers of the Stillwater Booster Club, reported to the club. They told us some of the projects they were doing, and they also had a few suggestions of things we might do. Those meeting were Joe Hooser, Leroy and Kaye Stanton, Bob Roundup Club to Close out their Year The Perkins Roundup Club is about to close out another year of suc- cessful activity at the arena. A Funday will be held Oct. 21 for members only. Perkins places first at the Perry Cherokee Strip celebration in the downtown parade. Twen- ty members rode with their queen Teresa Lile and IAndsey tlall as princess. Winners of the Play- day were: Peanuts and Under: Stakes: 1.-Brandy Leanch 2-Keenya Gruber Poles: 1-Brandy Leach 2- Mandy Sneed 3-Keenya G ruber. Barrels: Keenya Gruber 2-Brandy I,each. Flags: l-Keenya Gruber 2-Brandy Leach 3-Man- (ty Sneed. PeeWee 9 to 12: Sta- kes: 1-Tara Lewis 2-Carol l,ightfoot 3-Travis Rush 4- Keenya Gruber. Poles: 1-Jessie Patterson 2-Tara I~ewis 3-Carol Lightfoot 4-Travis Rush. Barrels: 1-Jessie Patterson 2-Tara I,ewis 3-Carol Lightfoot 4-Jackie IAghtfoot. Flags: 1-Tara lewis 2-Travis Rush 3-Jackie Lightfoot 4-Carol ber. Flags: 1-Gene Price 2-Larry Dry 3-Ran Gru- ber. Thanks to all that helped the Roundup Club for a Good Year. The next meeting is Oct. 11 at the club house. REUNION TO BE HELD The Annual Reunion of the old school districts, Elm Grove, IXL, Plea- sant Valley, Centerview, Salem and Fairview will be Sunday, October 14 at the Elm Grove Com- munity Center. Anyone who attended or lived in these districts are urged to attend. Pot Luck dinner will be served at 1 p.m. *O" and Mary Lou Buck, and Bil McDaniel. We would like to thank Rick and Rhodette Green for meeting with the committee. It was reported that the football team has been furnished with sandwiches and pop after the two away games and we will feed them again Friday night at Hen- nessey. The amount con- tributed thus far from parents is $150, and we will need at least $100 more. Any parents who haven't contributed may do so at McDaniel's Hardware. We are planning a membership drive right away. Members of the Booster Club will be con- tacting all parents of high school athletes and parents of cheerleaders, encuraging them to join our club. Anyone in- terested in the sports program at Perkins- Tryon is encouraged to become a member. You do not have to be the parent of an athlete to join, everyone is welcome. Dues are $5 for a single membership or $7.50 for a family. Coach Greg Gorman showed the group the Furniture * film of the P-T and Hominy game following the meeting. Those present were; Judy Spillars, Mickey and Rosemary Cyprt, Mary Loy Buck, Martha Newport, Bill and ,loan McDaniel, Bill and Bar- bara Tarlton. Betty Branstetter, 1,eroy and Kaye Stanton. Lloyd and Judy Moormm, Gilbert Meyer, Jack Hoover, l)r. Larry Gill, John Baker. Judy Tabor, Joe Hooser, Athletic Director Ron Shaull, and Coach Greg Gorman. The next meeting will be Thursday, Novemt)er 8, 1984, at the cafeteria. -Travel. Save money. Good wa|es. Room and board f'urnisl~d, ~, drlv- era, mechanic, office help, musicians, dishwasher, cook, equipment operato, animal attendants needed. APPLY CIRCUS OFFICE Sun., Oct. 14, 1984 P-T High School Ask for David Rawls act. 12 thru Oct.. 619 S MAff~ 31)211! The Songwriter R Nightly: Open 7:15 Shows at 7:30 & 9:30 Mat. Sat. & Sun, Open 1:15 Shows 1:30; 3:30 THE WILD LIFE R Nightly at 7:45 & 9>15 Mat. Sat. & Sun. at 1:35 & 3:35 ,12,1 5 MAiN 312 261,1 Irreconcilable Differences PG Nightly-Open 7:15 at 7:30 & 9:45 Mat. Sat. & Sun. ()pen 1:15 at 1:30 & 3:,15 COWBOY MAI t 62.41422 THE TEACHERS R Nightly Open 7:15: Shows 7:45 & 9:45 Mat. Sat. & Sun. Open l:15: Shows l 3r" :, ,) 3:35 ALL OF ME PG Nightly at 7:30 & 9:30 Mat. Sat. & Sun. at 1:30 & 3:30 * Collectibles Picku /