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6.The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 13, 1977 Freshmen members are iii i ii ii i I i ii i ii i ii School initiated into FHA News Formal initiation was held FHA. Monday, October 10, at the FHA Mothers were also "' First Christian Church for 17 installed. Mrs. Larry Hall is Police Chief ext lains :;elf defense to FHA girls "The monthly meeting of tile Future Homemakers of America is now in session. Would you please stand for the opening ceremonies?" This is the way Dena Kirby, president starts most of our FHA meetings. From there the other officers perform their respective duties. After this a guest speaker is usually on hand. For our October meeting, Mr. Bill Lott from the Perkins Police Department had the honors. Ilk topic was "Self Defense for the Woman." Mr. Lott explained to the girls that your average woman doesn't always know karate. In fact, most don't. So he proceeded to tell us how to use things we have for protection. Our mightiest weapon is our mouths, he told us. He also demonstrated that the every- day things you carry in your purse can be powerful weapons. Of course, not all of us carry butcher knives, Ginger, but most of us have combs or ball point pens. The meeting continued with many questions, and it was time for the closing ceremonies. On September 22, a bus load of FHAers went to Stillwater for the annual Sub-District Rally. We learn- ed much about birth defects, and a film strip by the March of Dimes was enjoyed by all. by Sheila Vassar Oct. 17-18-19, 1977 MONDAY Pizza, Cole Slaw, Green Beans, Fruit Cup, Milk TUESDAY Frito Pie, Buttered Corn, Lettuce and Tomato Relish, Fruit Jello, French Bread- Butter, Milk WEDNESDAY Browned Beef w/Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Carrot Sticks, Rosey Applesauce, Peanut Butter Cookies, Hot Rolls, Milk THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NO SCHOOL TEACHER'S MEETING freshman girls. Jeanene the new freshman mother; Breeden, Rhonda Edmohd- the sophomore mother is' son, Jodi Edwards, Lanette Mrs. Duane Foster; the Hall, Lori Haffield, Kim junior mother is Mrs. Larry "'Hutchins, Frankie Jarvis, Navarrette; and Mrs. Jerry Regina Kerns, Gaye Lile, Sadler is the senior mother. Roseann Mangold, Vicki Refreshments were served Marlin, Diana Milner, Jo in the home economics Ann Nuss, Tammy Spark- cottage immediately after man, Jodi Tarlton, Tonya the initiation. FHA colors Tyler, and Lisa Webb are and motifs decorated the now full members of the P-T cottage. Brown and Rose win in grading contest Jeff Brown was high in the annual grading contest at Tulsa State Fair Wednesday, October 5, and received a $60 pair of boots for his efforts. Guy Rose came in second in the contest with a $30 Stetson as his prize. P-T FFA teams came out 2nd and 8th in the contest in which 125 teams partici- pated. Winning second were Tammy Lore, Jeff Brown, Scott Higgins, and Rodney Wilson. The 8th place team was composed of Guy Rose, Peeos Bridenstine, Andy Schroeder and Glen Grider. The contest climaxed a grading school in which 54 at the local FFA members participated. Only 2 teams ,from each school were allowed to compete in the contest. -0- Play Tryouts Junior-Senior play tryouts were held Oct. 11, at 7:00 p.m. A complete cast list will be published next week. This year's play is entitled "Cheaper by the Dozen". Mrs. Russell is director of the play which is to be held in November. There will be one afternoon and one evening performance. We know it will be a great play, so keep it in mind and plan to attend. by Tracy Cundiff SEPT. 2 SEPT. 9 SEPT. 16 SEPT. 23 SEPT. 30 OCT. 7 OCT. 14 OCT. 21 OCT. 28 NOV. 4 * District IO-B Games 197:' FOOTBALL SCHEDULE HENNESSEY o. zs AWAY DEPEW "9-.0 HOME- 7:30 • • • • • m • • • • • • • • • • • • • • PRAGUE 1.4.. 3.6. AWAY - 7:30 YALE* 3A'.° HOME- 7:30 • • • a • • • • • • • • • • • • i • DAVENPORT* (Homecoming)...zq.!.. HOME - 7:30 TONKAWA .................... DEER CREEK (EDMOND)* .......... LUTHER* ..................... CRESCENT* ................... FAIRFAX HOME- 7:30 Perkins-Tryon will wear black jerseys at all home games. AWAY- 7:30 AWAY- 7:30 AWAY- 7:30 HOME- 7:30 MI} lION I [ MBI:R ('0. I umhcr & all .Ihrr huihlin,, material.. qlh and l i)A I'tl '.. I II I V 1 Ill 1;I,,.I A. i WANT TO SELL? We have Buyers-- We Need Listings. Sasser Agency Real Estate 307 N. Main 547-2927 Perkins, Okla. j. , i i l Payne County has 3 on parole docket Payne County ranked among the smaller counties with fewer inmates up for parole in October of this year. Over 200 prisoners with convictions ranging from forgery to a life sentence for murder will be considered. Listed for Payne County were: Michael Montgomery Homemade Chili, Moat Loaf, Ham Loaf, Stuffed Pork Chops PORK FREEZER PACK 50 LBS. Hams, Bacon, Chops, Roast, Sausage, Ribs .... i i i i i Smoked Picnic Hams Lb. 63' (No charge for Slicing) I i! Ground Beef Paffies 5 Lbs. $379 NeWlcro p Colo. No.I Pinto Beans tB. 29' for possession of marijuana with intention to distribute, who was sentenced for two years in June of this year. Paul Moss received a five year term after he was received in December of 1975. Lonnie Matheson was given a two year sentence for second-degree burglary in May of this year. Washington Irving EH Club Met October 7 The Washington Irving EH Club met in the home of Mrs. Virgil Hall on Oct. 7 for their regular meeting. The meeting was called to order by the president, Grace Hudgens who led us in the Flag Salute. The Scripture Psalms 121 was read by Effie Emerson. Roll call was answered with eleven members telling of a "metric measure I have already used personally." We were surprised to find how many we use every day such as watt, gram, etc. Minutes of the last meeting were read and l First Grade Mrs. Hughes We have been very busy these first few weeks of school reviewing things from last year and getting ready to learn to read. We are looking forward to reading our first story soon. Last week we each told what we liked best about Halloween. We used these ideas to make a Halloween Story and we'd like to share it with you. Halloween Fun We have fun on Hallo- ween. W make jack-o-lan- terns from pumpkins to light our way as we go out on Halloween night. We see the witches ugly faces as they fly into the air on their brooms. We see the ghosts slip through the air or quickly disappear. Tide skeletons and mumies look so scary and the black cat's stiff hair sticks up. It's {un to listen to the scary Halloween music. The bats flap their wings. The black cats screech and howl and the witches laugh. The ghosts say oooooh and shake their chains while skeletons rattle and clatter theft bones. The mummies and vampires make Halloween music tool As all the goblins tire and go home, the quiet little mice clean up the bits we dropped along the Trick-or-Treat trail. We hope you will drop by our room during Open House and see the pictures we made to illustrate our story. We have two new girls in our class. Dawn Reid who came from Vermont and Sarah Beth Manor who came from Texas. We now have 11 boys and 14 girls. -0" Third Grade The Third Grade is busy with learning new language roles that will help in eurity. Doug Damron brought two of his original paintings to school. It was quite inform- ative when he told about his painting techniques. While she was at school with the paintings, Mrs. Damron taught the class some songs and led them in a round. It was enjoyed by all. The science classes are studying about plants. Kris Harper made a chart with different kinds of seeds used for food. She brought samples of seeds that are eaten and served to class- mates. She also brought an Aloe Vera plant. It has healing properties and some of the class members report using it for sunburn and other burns. Jacque Milner made a leaf collection and brought seeds and Dawn Coffman brought two balls of cotton for science. -0- 1977-78 Jr. High Basketball Cheerleaders: Top-Cheryl Lile; Bottom, left to right, Lori Hatfield, Renee' Lincoln, Anita Wesffall, Linda Wesffall, Roseanne Mangold. I 1977 Jr. High Football Cheerleaders: Top- Teresa Womack; Middle, left to right, Sharye Bickell, Janet hart, Angie Doyle. Bottom, left to right, Dayna Hughes, Brenda Elson. Student Council members Linda Parrack Allan Wall Gaye Hart Dena Kirby Dana Westfall Glen Grider Ronald Baker Kelley Smalley Gladys Anderson Bobby Reynolds Cindy Rose Jerry Sharp Tommy Evans Craig Baird George Murray Gaye Lyle Shelia Vassar -0- Speech class ushers at Oklahoma City Theatre The speech class went to Oklahoma City to usher at the Oklahoma Theater Cen- ter on Sunday, Oct. 9. All attending enjoyed the the- ater's production of "Mr. Roberts". Those attending from Perkins were: James Par- rack, Ginger Sadler, Jennifer Dodrill, Jody Pitts, Tammy Lore, Rick Lomenick, Kelley Carroll, Diana Milner, and sponsor Ann Russell. A special thanks goes to Todd Dearer for driving us down there. by Rick Lomenick Attend Workshop On Saturday, 24, the Junior High and Basketball squads attended a at OSU. They the areas and Both squads "Excellent ribbon. The football won "Most Spirited" received T-shirts as prize. High Schools Junior High Schools around the state present. -0- FLECTRA KLEEN / • WINDOW WASHING • HOME & OFFICE CLEANING • CARPET CLEANING Jennie Van Stavern "Call for Free Phone: 405-377-6499 5TILLWATER Beef Freezer Pack 50 Lbs. Roast translating is always diffi- cult. F----iO;"'.7 .............. 7" Loraine Hall served re- freshments and Maureen ! lla__ kt.lOg, I  ,, Riggs helped by serving 1 . {t,------f/', G recipe.Cookies she had made using I '"l;metric measures in the 'mPE"'"°PLEASEW'T"/r007'0000 Others than the afore f Pre.Shrunk Men's Flannel ill   mentioned were Rosa Weg- t  approved. A report on leyandMollyWestfall, t Pajamas and Robes !h , Achievement Day was given. -0-  Men's / 1i,  Thoranized forCUndiffhavingWaS16 recog-years !! Dress Shirts Cotton & Polyester l:,J!l:[ i ;7 i: i:i perfect attendance and Carney Basketball  in latest PJ. S  I  ?, Grace Hudgens for 2 years.  -; ' Thora Cundiff attended the Schedule I colors, in all sizes  !! Achievement Day program on Sept. 29. SCHEDULE (High School)linallsizes i 4 A report on the County Ralston at Carney Nov. 1 !  i tour to Silver Dollar City, Carney atAgra Nov. 7 i Branson, Me. was given. Carney at Strother Nov. 11 New Assortment of Ladies i !::: Ground Beef Berniece Jordan, Grace Carney at Glencoe Nov 15 HudgensandJoKnappwent Coyle at Carney Nov. 18 Belts , t':: Steaks on this tour. Carney at M.O. Nov. 22 in .fold, Silver and Colors Loraine Hall, Gladys In- Carney at Morrison Nov 29 m man and Lois Howland Ripley at Carney Dec. 2 CUPID S reported visitingresthomes Carney at Davenport Dec. 9 1 BeautifuI Fall Pre Pro this past month. Oilton Tournament I 7 Our lesson, "Metric Up- Dec. 12-17 c, in variety of | Lmaer ,, weaters - . I ' date , was given by Davenport at Carney Dec. 20  colors & styles I   .... Old Fashioned Meat Market Maureen Riggs. She had M-O Tournament Jan. 2-7 i for worn-- '- • • I jar t, nuaren 's Across From City Hall in Perkins measuring cups, spoons, Carney at Ralston Jan 10 j, ett OC girts l OponMondeyff Soturdoy tape measure, etc. in the Morrison "Homecoming" at  .,.,,,.,.,,,.....,.. $:30 o.m. til 6 p.m. metric measures. We learn- Carney Jan. 13 o00t.,, "°"I gi00'00B aq present system of measure to Agra at Carney Jan. 24 0 OU [J Ya'll Come See Us,,,,today! Piton. the metric system is very Carney at Ripley Jan27 ! : HOURS: 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 p.m. 1-5'17-2266 confusing. We will have to Carney at Coyle Jan 31  .,,,..,.,,Z/blocks East fMain, 603 E. Kirk t learn a new langauage and Glencoe at Carney Feb. 3 [] • /