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4-The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 13, 1977 Perkins. Tryon Demon Dispatch JOURNALISM STAFF EDITOR--Keith Disney Anita Allen Jason Anderson Jeff Brown Mike Byrd Ida Cretsinger Debbie Colvin Marsha Coffman Carol Dry Cheryl Courtright Guy Rose Louis Cowan Tracy Cundiff Sue Grimes Ricky Lomenick Ronnie LomenickJohn Moore Debbie Parks Rosemary Rice Jerry Sharp Tim Spence Brenda Turner Terry Ventris Jenifer Summers and Tam. my Sparkman Drum Majorette Speaks % 4, One of the busiest girls at P-T this year is Penny Rozean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Keen of Tryon who was elected Drum Majorette after our former Majorette, Darla Hill gradu- ated. "Being Drum Majorette is Drum Majorette. a real exciting experience. I When Penny was asked really do enjoy it. It kind of what she planned to do after makes me feel as if I am graduation she smiled and really accomplishing some- replied, "I really don't know thing in high school," what I want to do after high explains Penny when asked school but I have an idea; I how she feels about being would like to go to college Penny Rozean, Drum Majorette, raises her arms for command and the band takes notice. Straight from the field We were at the Mocker game and played several songs. The band didn't march at the game on account of drastic absentism of the performing personnel. The band from Mocker was to show, but disappeared somewhere on Knipe Street, west of the cemetery. Could we perhaps consult Bigfoot on the matter? Meanwhile, there was the Tonkawa game. If you were lucky enough to be there early, you would have been able to see us march. We had to march first because it was their homecoming. We ahd a full schedule this past week. We had ball games to attend on top of a contest Saturday. There was something we believe we forgot to explain about the contest last week. To qualify for a "l", a band must march (be in motion) for at least four minutes. Well, our show had only two and a half or three minutes of motion, so we marched only on exhibition, iut so the judges could give us their criticism. We heard about some of their criticism. One said we played too loud, Evidently, he wanted us to sound like every other This week we'll hear the rest of our criticism. Also, on Monday, we'll have election of officers. There are several things officers are required to do such as attend Band Boosters' meetings and other such fun activities. We are also preparing this week for marching at OSU Homecoming and also mend- ing sour spots in our halftime show. More sweat and labor. "This year, for a change, we have a band and we intend to use it. We have more people than we have ever had in the near past," says Mr. Taylor, our band director. This is true. This means, in essence, that we have more sound and power than in the past. We may not win everything we look at, but you can bet we're doing our best. We're doing all that can be expected of us. You can't expect more than best. Do you realize that with everyone giving 100%, we have got 5700% total effort going for us? We can turther that if we have your effort behind us too. We're good, but we could always be better. We must look to all that we can do, and not what we are. by Bob Reynolds and Tommy Hughes Book Fair Oct. 25-28 During the week of October 25 children and parents of the Perkins-Tryon Schools will have a unique oppbrtunity to browse and select for pt/rchase from hundreds of books for children and young people at the school's annual book fair. The fair, which will be held in the libraries at Tryon House, will be attended Oy every class from kinder- garten through sixth grade during scheduled visits In addition, the fair will open to children, parents and friends during the following hours on the Perkins campus 8:00.9:00 a.m. daily, 3:30-5 p.m. Tuesday and Wednes- day, 7:00-9 p.m. Thursday, October 27 at Perkins and 7:00-9:00 p.m. Tuesday at and study music, art, and drama, but I'm really going to miss P-T High." "I have really enjoyed my last five years in band, but I feel as if I will really enjoy this year the most. We really have a good band and also a great band director. I'm really going to miss them all. We are very close as an organization and I know we will always be," sadly says Penny. Penny says her favorite part about band is the marching. "I love to march out on the field for halftime shows at football games. But, I want to make one thing clear, band isn't all fun and games; it's hard work. A person enters a world of experiences when he enrolls in band. I'm very glad to be an important part in that." by Sue Grimes "0- Gossip! Hello, everyone, this is your friendly gossiper for this week. Let's see what we can pull out of the old bag for this week. Look what I foundl l 1 Sue G. is afraid she will melt in the rain. Would it be that you think you are sugar? Why does Candy M. bug Rodney W? I guess ey has a sparkle in the eye. What's this we hear ab out Jeanene Breedcn liking two guys at once?? Isn't there a problem??? What[; this we hear about Monete Huffman and Bryan Henigman having Gan- grene? Only jokingl 1 Kelly Smalley, whats this on your fourth finger left hand? Congratulations, TimI Ronald B., who is always honking your car horn when you park your car at school? What was it that Becky Lomenick wrote on the chalk board in study hall? Was it, "Becky Lomenick and Wayne Budzene? How come Jerry S. is worried about T.J. reading what Louis C. put in the paper?? Kelvin S., aren't you glad there are cans on the bus? Where did Louis C. and Anita A. go after the bonfire?? Ask themIl Why does Gladys A. always look so gloomy 5th hour? Is it because one certain person leaves school? If Sherry F. and Billy W. are not going with each other why do they just dance with each other at the dances?? What is this we hear about Donny J. and Billy W. fighting over who had the oldest typewriter? Did Don- ny win this one, Billy?? Why is Sue G. always telling Louis C. to be quiet?? tould it be he doesn't ever say anything?? Ginger S. forgot that she told a class member that her favorite person was Roger N. The class gave out individual facts about class members and Ginger was a bit red about her slip Kelvin, what's your favor- ite color? Red, green, yellow, black, white .... ???? We hear that Linda P. has a 6' S" blue-eyed, blonde basketball player friend who lives at Stillwater in Quail Ridge Has he got any good looking friends?? Let us knowlll Ask Gay Lynne H. why she is always wanting to go to Cushing. Anita W., who is the sophomore boy you like?? If anyone knows let us know l [1 by Jerry Sharp The members of the Junior High Football Team include from left to fight: 1st row: Harlen McKosato, John Hoover, Craig Bradley, Jimmy Carroll, Happy Smith, Steve Woods, Steve Shinault, Roger Miller, Tim Ventris, Joe Barta, and Randy Mott. 2nd Row: Nick Westbrook, Jerry Payne, Bruce Fields, Todd Cundiff, The FFA Dairy Judging Team proudly display their 1st place trophy which they won at the Tulsa State Fair last week. Members include from left to right: Glen Grider, Kelley Taylor, Anita Wesffali and Jennifer Dodrill. Anita Wesffali was 9th high individual in the entire contest. Student Council is busy The Student Council spon- sored a Punt, Pass, and Kick Contest during homecoming week. Rhonda Lomenick was the winner and received a football autographed by the P-T football team. Congrat- ulations, Rhondal The Student. Council is preparing for several up- coming events. A District Student Council Workshop will be held on October 14, at Sapulpa. Career Day at P-t High will be October 19. The Association of Student Coun- cil State Convention will be November 10-12, at Wood- ward. The basketball home- coming dance will be February 4. You will be hearing more about these later. Homecoming Band -$300.00 Homecoming Dance and Concession +456.16 Pop Bottle refund +4.20 Total 250.26 Since the Student Council ;Vhat will you Remember? John Moore: The times that we couldn't wait till we got through with football practice. Tim Spence: Football, basketball, and the girl who sits behind me in 4th hour. Tammy Sparkman: My friends and the activities. Keith Disney: The first time I got licks. Jeff Brown: Mr. Evans yelling at me. _ Mr, Strain: All the nice students l've taught. Rosemary Rice: The fun you have when you go to football games. Sue Grimes: This may sound crazy but l'm going to miss Mr. Mcllvain most of all. Terry Ventris: Running drills and listening to the ' coaches yell during football practice. Ronnie Lomenick: Getting in trouble by the teachers. Tom Hughes: All the days I wishedl wasn't in school. Shawn Clark: The basket- ball games. Kelley Carroll:Early band. by Carol Dry and Rick Lomenick represents the student body, the student body has a fight to know what the Student Council does. The student body not only needs to know what activities the Student Council sponsors and partici- pates in; they should also know how the Student Council uses its funds. Therefore the budget will be published approximately three times this year. The following transactions are accurate up to this date. August 25, 1977 $157.47 Booth at Old Settlers' Day + 15.22 Pop -19.34 Candy -63.45 On October 3, the school board ratified the proposed dress code with the addition of Article 4C. The dress code is as follows: DRESS CODE OF PERKINS- TRYON HIGH SCHOOL (As submitted by the Student Council of 1977-78) Proper dress is essential to the proper learning atmos- phere. Therefore, the restric. tions apply to the dress of those attending Perkins- Tryon High School. 1. Shoes must be worn at all times. 2. Hats should not be worn in school building. 3. Any clothing made specifically to exhibit the back or stomach is prohib- ited. 4. Shorts are prohibited except for athletic purposes. 5. Clothing that displays any lettering, figures, illu- strations, or anything that implies vulgarity, immorality and the use of alcohol, and/or drugs is prohibited. This dress code will be strictly enforced at school and all school functions pertaining to students only. The Student Council not only represents the student body, but it also works with the faculty, administration and school board. The Student Council needs ideas and suggestions from the student body, but also welcomes them from the school officials. We are here to smooth out any problem and/or support everybody in school. -0- Curt Hainline, Freddy Pitts, Wade Fields, Eric Terry Porter and Larry Gordon. 3rd Row: McKosato, David Chancy, Mike Tinnell, James David Bates, Danny Colvin, Mark Irwin, David Sasser, George Murray, Steve Cole, and Moreland. Girls scrimmage by Ida Cretsinger and Marsha Coffman The high school basketball girls went to a three-way scrimmage at Carney on Saturday, October 8, and scrimmaged Carney and Jones. "Scrimmages are design- ed to work on mistakes and to improve parts of the game that the teams are having trouble with," stated Coach Madison. Therefore was no winning An unexpected part morning occurred Rhonda Lomenick's landed in a Carney mouth. The results missing tooth and in an elbow. Next Thursday the will scrimmage girls at 4:oo here in P-T BASKETBALL GIRLS 1977-78 SENIORS Donna Brake Shawn Clark Tammy Brown Jennifer Dodrill Cheryl Foulks Christine German Kelli Kolb Jeannie Lewis Jana Moore Linda Parrack Ginger Sadler Dana Wesffall Sheila Vassar JUNIORS Gladys Anderson Marsha Coffman Ida Cretsint, er Lisa Doyle Emma Evans Lacy Evans Gina Gray Sandy Hancock Lynda Hoover Tammy Lore Anita Pricer Kelly SmaUey Grace McCoy S Tommi Evans Sherrie Foster Sherfi Henigman Billie Lincoln Rhonda Lomenich Cindy Rose Linda Smith Teresa Vassar Meet Your Teacher Mrs. Ann Russell, teacher of high school English and Speech, and mother of two energetic boys, Tom, 1, and Dan, 3, formerly taught at Watonga High School. She grinned broadly when asked if she liked teaching at Perkins-Tryon High School. "Yes, I like the students and I like teaching the subjects Ann Russell I'm teaching." Mrs. Russell has never Events been a pracitce teacher here and some of the students wondered why she decided to come to P-T High. ANNOI. "Because my husband is October l3-15 working on his Ph.D at OSU FRIDAY StudeVt and I like the idea of a small Workshop at school," she smiled, list below. Some of Mrs. Russell's students will be favorite hobbies and sports later) are tennis, sewing, swimm- High School ing and cooking. Creek Mrs. Russell received her SATURDAY JuniOr education at North Texas Football Oilton State and is now taking night OCTOBER 17 classes at OSU. MONDAY YHO "I've always wanted to TUESDAY Sc teach English ever since the Vo-Tech at 8th grade," replied Mrs. day for GATB Russell when asked what after 9, back made her decide to become a Junior High teacher. When asked about the WEDNESDAY goals she wished to achieve, sponsored by she mused, "I would like to Council; get my Ph.D and teach at the be back in class same college my husband hours. will be teaching in some day. THURSDAY I would also like to improve Meeting (NO my teaching skills and get to FRIDAY know my students better." Meeting - (NO by Sue Grimes High .0 o