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!,7 f % % s r 4 aS 6-The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 27, 1977 MENU FOR PERKINS FOURTH GRADE NEWS SCHOOL LUNCH Mrs. Tarlton Oct. 31-Nov. 4, 1977 Happy Halloween from the MONDAY HALLOWEEN Fourth Graders. Students Pig in Blankets, Orange honored for October birth- Glazed Sweet Potatoes, days have been Julie Ryan, Green Beans, Cocoberry Cheri Duffle and Todd Cake, Chocolate Milk Kucko. Each of us prepared TUESDAY an original birthday card and Porcupine Meat Balls, Mrs. Tarlton presented them English Peas, Celery Sticks, a birthday crown and a Midway Special, S.M. Bread pencil. and Butter, Milk Honorees on the Who's WEDNESDAY Who Board have been Lisa Vegetable Beef Soup, Owens, Tarren Wolfe, Lisa Crackers, Cheese Sticks, Shingleton and Curt Hamp- Cinnamon Rolls, Apple- ton. Each of us writes sauce, Milk something good about that THURSDAY person's talents. Meat Loaf, Mac. and In Social Studies we have, Tomatoes, Sliced Peaches, studied units on our land and S.M. Bread and Milk how diff6i'ent people use the FRIDAY land. We have done some Hot Dogs on S.M. Buns, interesting projeets and we'd Onion and Lettuce Relish, like for you to6he Ijy Open Orange Jello, Brownies, House and feiv what we've Milk done. Fourth Graders are in Reading groups. We are enjoying our new books. Subtraction of double zeros and multiplication claimour time in Math. Talent Day is a time we all Supper. Bazaar. Auction Nov. 5.6:30 #4n. Progress Comm. Bldg. Supper Adults-$2/Children-$1.25 AUCTION 2-Quilts-Hand Quilted Sunshine Club-Proceeds for Upkeep of Bldg. Norths/de Cleaners [ 372-0644 716 N. Main | Stillwater, Okla. | Drive- Up Window | DRAPES BEAUTIFULLY I CLEANED AND | r FAN'FOLDED | III I NI Bowyer's Garage West on Cemetery on Knipe St., Indus. Park Phone: 547-2020 Perkins Stillwater Can you identify these former Perkins students? Earl Kidd brought this picture in to share. Earl said he is in the picture and it was taken before 1907 during the school year. It was in the school building just after the log building. Write in if you know these students. share'what we can entertain /8 nearing November 5 date people with. This month the following shared talents: Kathern Ross accompained herself on the guitar and TheP-T Alumni News, the preparation for the night's participant, please contact sang. Brad Neitman and official publication for the banquet meal. Members of either the treasurer who is in Scott Matheson, puppet Perkins-Tryon Former Stu- the Board are in charge of charge of the reservations, play; Curt Hampton, jokes; dents and Teachers' Associ- finding other alumnito assist etc., or Yvonne Evans, who Lisa Compton, Lisa Owens ation, went in the mail in the preparations or is in charge of the and Annette Payne, puppet Wednesday, Oct. 19, to over manning the jobs, such as publication. The treasurer is play; Lisa Shingleton, paint- 700 former students and setting up the speaking Cecil Dodrill, "Rt. 2, Box 3% edrocks, grads, which included the Safety during holiday time reservation form for the system, registration booths, Tryon, 74875 and Yvonne's program planning, etc. The address is %of the Perkins has been stressed during Annual Banquet to be held theme for this year's Journal, Box 665, Perkins, Science period with Mrs. Nov. 5(Saturday). banquet is "Memories of OK74059. Casey. We have made Since the mailing, there School Days" and guests are some neatthingsinthere, have been calls wondering invited to wear the school -0- why so and so's name wasn't Among those to appear on " " ' ' included in the list of classes, colors of black and white, if the evening's program are they so desire. Pictures will "Bud" MEAT MART For the names to be listed, be taken during the evening England, Kathleen Custom Curing Processing they are on the current card by Don Hardin and special Woods, BiUie Ham, Jim Cut to your specifications file list and are kept there as pictures of couples, etc., will Dodrill, Evelyn Scott, Bill Appointments notNecessary long as they pay their dues, also be taken if they so desire Halle, Dena Kirby and Don Stillwater, Ok. 372-8481 whether they ever attend a with the stage decorations. Hardin; and others not yet 523S. Washington banquet or not. If after An important item was confirmed. I , I overlooked in the printing of Many persons are respon-  .: : PAPPY'S the publication s and that was sible for the success of the giving credit to Cecil Acuff Banquet each year, and this WEEKNIGHT SPECIALS for the pictures in the year will be no different. Monday thruFriday publication. Thanks again, Members of the Jaycee Monday--FISH DINNER--ST  Cecil. organization will be respon- So, please, if you are sible for setting up the TuesdayK.C. STRIP--S2 '' interested in coming to the talbes; the decorating cam- Wednesday--% FRIED CHICKEN--$1 s Banquet this year and you mittee headed by Carol did not receive the publi- (Baker) Navarette, commit- Thursday--RIB EYE STEAK--ST ' cation, please send your tee members Linda (Baker) Friday--T-BONE STEAK--*3" name, address, year of Klinger, andMarilyn Harral, graduation and number of assisted by Mr. Wolfe and with choice of: French Fries, Mashed or reservations, NOW, to Cecil the art class members have Baked Potatoe,s,.Salad Bar, Texas Toast. Dodrill, Rt. 2, Box 39, Tryon, come up with fantastic OK 74875, with money for decorations. Due to recent dinner reservations at $3.50 illness, Carol has relinquish- each and dues for $1.00 per ed her duties to Linda, graduate or if husband and Marilyn, Lorene (Jarvis) wife are both former Redus and Linda (Briden- students, it will be just $1.00 stine) Shingleton, who will for both. Reservations need make sure the finishing to be made by Monday, touches are made for 1524 EAST ah October 31 or November 1st Saturday evening, Nvember OPEN: SUN.-THURS. I i.9 FRI.-$AT. I I A.M..10 P.M. as confirmation has to be 5. made to the caterer on the The Board of Directors I number toprepare for. have had many meetings This year's honored clas- since July to get everything ses will be 1927, 1952 and organized and planned. Jk 1967, so the Association Billie O. Ham, president, is  would like to especially invite assisted by Eloise Fairley, these class members to be i present. All the members of Georgia Nelson, Cecil Dod- Wt h fo G d Op i]'g the 1977 graduating class are rill, Yvonne Evans and Betty c r our ran en invited to come as guests of Beeler. The caterer, Red's sending a newsletter for Country Cured Meats, is ::ii three or four years without awaiting confirmation of CI Sale ..... any response, then the card reservations as he begins his l00arance! is pulled from the file and the Association; but must therefore is taken from the also send in the reservation ontinues list. So, if you know of form to the Treasurer so they II  someone whose name is not can be planned for. on the list and they would like to become an active 1 rack Pant Suits 20% off ....... MI Club Meets Blouses sizes 12 to 18from s 6 to  Pant, sizes 8 to 20 s8 each each ...... Lads % ,, Blouses and Pants in Larger Sizes . : I tolas Bouttque . HOURS: 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 p.m. , 5% blocks East o.fMain 603 E. Kir Perkins I The town event for the Halloween party on Monday, October 31, is near. The party will be held at the school bus barn, starting at 6:30 p.m. for infants through 11 years of age, and starting at 9:00 p.m. for 12 through ?. Games, refl'eshments, and a haunted house and prizes for costumes will be for all. We plan to serve canned punch and paper-covered candy. The town merchants have helped by making donations, plus citizens have made donations into the money jars placed about town. Let's try and take good care of our town and have fun at the Halloween party---but a SAFE Halloween. A covered dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Schreiner on Monday October 17 for the scouts and their parents. Awards were Tryon Former Students & Teachers banquet out. The scouts and scout leader, Mr. Schreiner left on Friday, October 21 to J attend a campout being held at the Will Rogers camp c by Nancy Durbin iiiiiiii Mix & Match The Mutual Improvement wishes in a most touching Club met in the home of Fern manner. Chrystal Thursday evening, Refreshments of pumpkin October 20. Erma Shelby, pie, candies, nuts and President, welcomed the mulled cider were served by members and guests to the hostess to Mrs. Lou Fern's lovely home which Hillier and Mrs. Allie Ewell was decorated with the of Siliwater and to Edna Hallwe'en theme. Chesney, Donna Frank, Mrs. Lou Hillier review- Yvonne Evans, Hattie Car- ed the heart warming and penter, Delores Cruse, Joan inspirational book,"Summer McDaniel, Ellen Dickson, of the Monkeys" by Wilson Pat Vassar, Mac Vassar, Rawls. This story was Florence Holbrook, Juanita centered around a share- Holsinger, Ella Ben McCar- cropper family of the late ty, Jackie Bain, Erma 1800s who lived in the Shelby, Fern Downey, Mas- Cherokee Nation of Okla- sic Renffrow, Nina Wilhite, homa, and it dealt with their Barbara Kirby, and Inez own personal miracles and Barnes. grounds near Cleveland. Our boys returned home late Saturday. They took 6 As a reminder, you do not ribbons in the events being have to have been a graduate held. " to attend or be on the mailing .... list, if you ever attended the A local boy took first place Perkins-Tryon Schools or in the Junior Class talks taught here, you are a being held last week at the member. And to continue 1977 Conservation Fair at being a member, you just Davenport. : It was Jay have to pay your dues of $1 Tarlton, son of Mr. and Mrs. each year. J.D. Tarlton. He is a seventh So, plan right now, robe in grade student at Tryon Pekins, Saturday evening, Grade School. Other winners November S at 7 p.m. from Tryon were David (registering begins at 6 p.m. Wesffall, Becky Wesffall, -- we eat at 7) for the Annual and LaRonda Pruitt. Tryon Banquet. took second place with -Yvonne (Lacy) Evans scoring 33 points. Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Varvil has been their First Class Gear He has been home 0t from the United Statv before he goes to where he will serve heavy equipment He attended some Perkins-Tryon Hi Mr. and Mrs. Tarlton had house their home last wed, were Mr. and Mrs. Tarlton of La Mira, Mr. and Mrs. Homer of Thayer, Mo., and Mr Mrs. Harold Tarlto Hoisington, Kans. .0- Mental Drive raises $155 here On behalf of the workers and the Health Association homa, we wish to citizens of Perkins generous con October Bellringer for the Mental Association. Our community total of $155.22 to mental and ness. The Bellrin made an adc contribution by hours of volunteer especially want to Lorene Redus, Debbi field, Katrina Bridenstine, Sherry Twila Longan and Miner. Sherilyn Smith and 5 Hall, Bellringer sons Total Electronic Banking Convenience- fight in the customers neighborhood is coming soon. 2. 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