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4-The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 20, 1977 Perkins. Tryon Demon Dispatch JOURNALISM STAFF EDITOR--Keith Disney Anita Alien 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 Yearbook class enjoys lunch at Long John Silvers after their workshop. Yearbook Class attends OSU workshop Friday, October 7, the Perkins yearbook class at- tended a workshop along with eight other schools. The workshop was held at the OSU Student Union from 9 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. and was sponsored by the Taylor Publishing Company. Phil Baum spoke at the workshop and presented us with many new ideas. One thing we will be doing that Mr. Baum suggested is a new way of selling the book; it is called the one day merchandising plan. There will be an announcement on a Thursday telling when the book will be soldl on Friday students will be reminded, on Monday they will be reminded again, and then on Tuesday the book will be sold during an assembly. Posters will be placed downtown so that those not in school that wish to buy a yearbook will know when and where tney may order theirs. The yearbook class wants to let you know that they are doing their best and WILL have the best 77-78 book ever. by Sandy Hancock -0 o Band News The Perkins-Tryon March- ing Band took a "rain check" on the Deer Creek game, but will, in all probability, be present in the game against Luther. This was the only game we haven't been to this season. Randy West won the office of President, while Kelley Smalley got the position of Vice-President in our elec- tion. On this occasion I would like to offer an apology to the Band Boosters and Band Officers concerning a certain remark printed in the preceding issue of The Journal. In it, I reported that the officers did nothing but sit in on Band Boosters' meetings and other such fun things. Well, I didn't realize I was crossing the grain in saying it, but evidently a few people slightly disliked it, so I will apologize: Please accept this apology. The officers and Band Boosters are essential functions of the band, since most of the money earned for the band does come in through the fund raising events sponsor- ed by the Band Boosters. One of these events is the Band Carnival, coming up October 29. Be sure to attend. Meanwhile, we are prac- ticing to complete our half-time show for the Luther r game next Friday, The show I I II BAND CARNIVAL f'('  P-TGYM  /J Doors Open  I l at7p.m.  \\;/ for Carnival  Food Serving Begins at 6p.m. SAT. OCT. 29.7 P. M. we march will be marched at the Ponca City Contest, on Wednesday, October 26. The band marched at the Oklahoma Sate Homecoming Parade, capturing 2nd place behind rival Gather. We would have liked, of course, to have won 1st, but practiced for a total of only three hours. You may have noticed, too, that there is not a piece of music carried by any member of the marching band. All of it is memorized. We'll spend this week to the same tune of "Work, Work, Work", as we continue to strive for first at District. / A remember, who's #i [ by Tommy Hughes & Bob Reynolds "0- Open House Open House will be held at Tryon School Tuesday, Octo- ber 25, and at Perkins Thursday, October 27, at 7:00 p.m. Everyone is invited to view the work done by the students. Refreshments will be served in the lunchroom. See the front page for details. Vicki Russell Meet Your Teacher "Mrs. Russell fits into the system so well we almost forget she is a new teacher," remarked one of Mrs. Vicki Russell's fellow teachers. But Mrs. Russell really is the new seventh, eighth and ninth grade science teacher. Mrs. Russell and her husband, a senior studying veterinary medicine, moved here from Wellston where she had taught for a year to be nearer the vet school. The Russells have no children, but they have Muppett, a dog named after the dog on the Muppet show, and a cat named Fluffy. "" i A graduate from OSU, after attending East Central at Ada for two years, Mrs. Russell enjoys photography and growing plants. When asked how she feels about our school, she stated, "For this size town it is a very nice school." We are all glad Mrs. Russell came to Perkins, and we hope' she and her husband continue to like our town and school. by Sue Grimes Book Fair Oct. 25.28 During the week of October 25 children and parents of the Perkins-Tryon Schools will have a unique opportunity to browse and select for purchase from hundreds of books for children and young people at the school's annual book fit: 6 The fair, which will . held in the libraries at Tryon and Perkins Elementary lg the week of Open House, will be attendea by 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. esday at ALL MENUS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICEI MENUS FOR PERKINS SCHOOL LUNCH Oct. 24-28, 1977 MONDAY Hamburger Steak, New Potatoes, Buttered Peas and Carrots, Banana Pudding, Hot Rolls and Milk TUESDAY Lasagna, Green Beans, Cabbage and Raisin Salad, Apple Crisp, Sesame Seed Rolls, Butter and Milk WEDNESDAY Chicken and Noodles, English Peas, Waldorf Sal- ad, Peach Cobbler, Cheese Biscuits and Milk THURSDAY Brown Beans w/ham, Onion Slices, Carrot Coins, Fruit Cup, S.M. Bread, Butter and Milk FRIDAY Hamburgers on S.M. Buns, French Fries, Lettuce- Onion Relish, Lemon Pudd- ing, and Milk. Student Senate Holds their first meeting The Perkins-Tryon Stu- dent Senate finally held their first meeting on Tuesday, October 4, with Allan Wall, Student Chairman presiding. It was an organizational meeting to get the Senate going for this 3,ear. Also, a marquee duty list was made to last several months. The Studgnt Senate is made up of the presidents of all the classes and organiza- tions. Its purpose is to coordinate activities and help solve problems among the classes and organizations as well as to act as an advisory Organization to the Student Council. Any suggestions are welcome. Mr. Acuff is our sponsor. Members are Guy Rose, FFA; Linda Parrack, Student Council; Jennifer Dodrill, Senior Class; Ellen Adkins, Junior Class; Pat Smalley, Sophomore Class; Dena Kirby, FHA; Gay Hart, Yearbook; Mark Irwin, Freshman Class; and Dana Wesffall, Pep Club. Events PERKINS-TRYON SCHOOL ANNOUNCEMENTS October 17-21 Monday YHO 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Sophomores at Vo- Tech at Drumright all day for GATB tests. Leave after 9, back before 3:30. Junior High Football-- Fairfitx (there) 7:00 Wednesday Career Day sponsored by Student Council; students should be back in class 501 and 6th hours. Library closed in morning. Thursday and Friday State Teachers' Meeting, High School at Luther 7:30 Oct. 24 Book Fair Tryon & Perkins. Open House Tuesday, Tryon, 7:00, Thursday, Perkins 7:00 Yea Demons! To entertain for Open House at Tryon, Tuesday, October 25, will be the Tryon Elementary Band under the baton of Conrad Schreiner. Front Row seated: Liz Greenfield, Evy Foutch, Lisa Sloan, Becky Butler, Barbra Gates, Robert Culie, Tanya Kerns, Terri Decker, Elisabeth Bates, Pattie Dombie, Amy Gibson. Second row, seated, James Brown, Flint Shuckakosee, Bobby Buck, Micheal Turner, Mike Buck, David Westfall, Jonathan Wompler, Dawnita "Cheaper by the Dozen" casting is now complete Cast for the Jr.-Sr. play "Cheaper by the Dozen" which will be presented November 17, at 1:00 and Friday, November 18, at 7:00 was chosen Tuesday. Characters are Mr. Gil- breth, played by Rick Lomenick; Mrs. Gilbreth, Shawn Clark; Ernestine, Shelia Vassar; Frank, Allan Wall; Jacie, Jody Pitts; Dan, Tammy Lore; Bill, Tommy Hughes; Fred, Jeff Brown; Anne, Jennifer Dod- rill; Lillian, Jeannie Lewis; Martha, Ginger Sadler; Mrs. Fitzgerald, Grace McCoy; Dr. Burton, Ronald Baker; Joe Scales, Bobby Reynolds; Miss Brill, Dana Westfall; Larry, Keith Disney; and the dog, Scott Pace. Crew members will be: prompters, Tina Luster and Pam Sharp; Student Director and first alternate, Ellen Adkins; and the stage director, Penny Rozean. Keep these days open to see our great play. See you there[ by Sue Grimes Student Council attends workshop at/Sapulpa The Middle School and Hig School Student Coun- cils atte.nded the Oklahoma Association of Student Coun- cils District V Workshop at Sapulpa on Friday, October 14. Discussion groups were held and the officers were elected. The officers are Cushing, president; Still- water,.. Vice-president; and Perkins-Tryon, secretary. Career Day was held at Perkins-Tryon for the juniors and seniors on October 19. People representing various institutions presented to the students information about their programs. Those par- ticipating are: Okla. State University, College of Tech- nology, College of Engineer- ing, College of Education, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Agriculture, Col- lege of Home Economics, College of Business, Navy Recruiting, Beauty Collfge, Northern Okla. Jr. College, Air Force Recruiting, Vo- Tech Drumright, Army Re- cruiting, Army ROTC, North Eastern Okla. Jr. College, Draughn's School of Busi- ness, Okla. State Tech, and Central Sate University. by Sue Grimes -0- !i i Cold weather, sleepless nights, and hunger don't keep the faithful fans away / ii:>i ,i :i /i!> !:ii!i!iiiiil Cypret, Martha Gazaway, Carrie McCandless. Third Row seated, Keith Miller, Troy ,Durbin, Randy Miller, Scott Miller, Micheal Barrett, Carol Tuley, David Cypret, Pare Roads, Larry Collins, Becky Wesffall. Fourth Row, standing, Tommy Summer, Rusty Butler, Steven Grotheer, Phil Pruitt, Missy Butler, Vernon Gazaway, Donald Culie, Sandy Baker, Billy Foutch and Mr. Schreiner. by Rosemary Rice School News FOURTH GRADE NEWS Mrs. Casey The fourth graders in Mrs. Casey's room have been busy getting some things ready for Open House. We won't tell you what we are doing, but if you're inter- ested, come by our room. We are so happy to get a new student, and a girl at that. She is from Montana and her name is Laura Littlefield. Teresa Lile had a birthday October 9th. We made a big card for her and Mrs. Casey got to give her the usual nine swats with the paddle. Skippy Haragan is our Classmate of the Week this week. We have been studying about safety in Science. We wrote some limericks. Here are just a few. There was a man named Mike. He like to ride a bike. He stole a bike and ran Which meant 5 days in the can And that he didn't like. by Tim Harris There was a man He ran and ran. He got in the busy street He heard a whistle go tweet. He looked, it was who he needed, a Policeman! by David Meyer There was a pedestrian from Mars. He liked planets and stars. When he came to saw signs And he did not know the streets at lines So he got hit by cars. by Jeff There was a pedestrian liked stars. She would swing to Mars. She was not careful, she on a fly. She went by Then she fell on a car she said, "Oh, my!" by We are working in Reading groups now. of us go to Mrs. TarltOP room for reading her students come to room. We had Book Friday. Most of them very good. Each decorate a box to look the book they read. -0" P-T BAND CARNIVAL SA'[ *FUN *FOOD *BOOTHS *BINGO * FOLLIES from a Demon game.