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November 16, 1989     The Perkins Journal
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November 16, 1989

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PAGE 4 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, November 16, 1989 a a Internati, Club Sees The Perkins Elementary Music Makers are: Front row--Mindy Wolfe, Tishn Lightfoot, Lorl Moore, Robin Box, Cu-Nu Fields, Damian McClen- nay, Chris Funk, Roxy Moore, Misty Bowyer and Clay Funk. 2nd row--Krlstin Wilson, Beverly Pacquin, Trent Clinesmith, Angel Oliver, Sheila Roggow, Christina Nsal, Kelly Allen, Eric Fox and Tony By Ginger Collum and Misty Wolfe The sound of music can be heard throughout the halls of the elemen- _ tary. The tunes drift along the " elementary to be heard by all. This music is the sound of a group of fourth graders known as the "Music Makers." Music Makers is composed of 28 fourth graders who auditioned by singing a song of their choice. Those students picked were chosen on the basis of good grades, behavior and participation. Mrs. Diann Rudd, music teacl~er at Perkins Elementary, started Music Makers eight years ago when she first began teaching at Perkms Elementary. In the past, Music Makers has consisted of fourth and fifth graders, but this year it is only made up of fourth graders. Upcoming events for the Music Makers include singing for the com- munity Christmas tree lighting, Christmas caroling and performing Perkins. 3rd row--Diann Rudd, Crystal Black, Crystal Holder, Nicole Kinzie, Rebecca Thomas, Jennifer Willingham, Brandi Sutherland, Brandden Jar- vis and Jeremey Turner. Not pictured: Tobi Dickson. a Christmas musial for the elemen- tary. The Music Makers will also be going to the state capitol in the spring. The students will also sing for Senior Citizens groups. They just finished performing a musical Halloween program for the entire elementary. The fourth graders who make up the Music Makers are Kelly Allen, Crystal Black, Misty Bowyer, Robin Box, Trent Clinesmith, Tobi Dickson, Cu-Nu Fields, Eric Fox, Chris Funk, Clay Funk, Crystal Holder, Branddon Jarvis, Nichole Kinzie, Tisha Lightfoot, Damian McClenney, Lori Moore, Roxy Moore, Christina Neal, Angel Oliver, Beverly Pacquia, Tony Perkins, Sheila Roggew, Brandi Sutherland, Becky Thomas, Jeremy Turner, Jennifer Willingham, Kristin Wilson and Mindy Wolfe. By Neva Le Bour M iddle-Clozs Gentleman name of the French put on for high school Booker T. in Tulsa. The play was Na6onal Theater oft Arts, LtcL This group over the United States for students. It was students co~ They would first do English, then do the After the play the Casa Bonita for lunch. The play also participation. The actors] where they tried to rap French and then in the crowd into the play, give some of the actors change clothes. Ms. Cyndi Altmav language teacher, s trip for the P-T Sym By Brandi If you had a time would you like to go The future to see what School be like. The year 1992 News graduate and will be down underclassmen. By Debbie Lott The future and Brandi Thompson how rich and famous I Tryon Elementary held Drug be Free Week contests for the week of Oct. 23-27 They included essay, Home, to get some poster and coloring contests. The winners for the essay contest 1987, our freshman were Lanetta Mills, sixth grade; could get out of Zac Niles, fifth grade; and Kristin ball player that Brown, fourth grade. Winners for the poster and color- I 'd sell the time ing contests were Skyla Miracle, make millions of fourth grade; Becky Roper, third grade~_ Courtney Sloan, second ~a~ichelle Tuley and Mitchell I would go back to Walker, first grad~~$hhll6n ~I could~see ~ichael J. H~on, kindergarterL St'uaents who received ';straight 1800s because wanted to be an A 's" the first nine weeks were: sixth graders -- DianeAugelli and Back to the caveman Linat Colman; fifth graders -- could be in control of Lanette Mills and Sherri Hedrick. B ack to the it was the best days of Tryon Drug Free Week Essay Contest Winners for 4th-6th grades are Lanetta Mills, Kristin Brown and Zac Niles. Tryon Drug Free Week Poster and Coloring Contest Winners for K-4th grades are: Front row--Shollon Hanson, Michelle Tuley and Mitchell Walker. 2nd row--Courtney Slsan, Becky Roper and Skyln Miracle. The year 1999, to see ifl the song "1999" by Back to the 50's poodle innocent. lisle MUSIC ACROSS CLUES By Debbie Lot~ The Home Economics III and IV class held a lunch brunch for the teachers and faculty last Wednes- day, Oct. 8. ~The class has been studying a social and entertainment skill unit and to conclude their unit, they prepared a brunch. The unit included serving styles, reasous why people entertain, what : to include on an invitation and how .to respond to an invitation, how to :make introductions and the respon- sibilities of a hostess and a guest. It took four days to prepare the foods and make the decorations. , The foods included quick breads and muffins, cheese ball and crackers, cocktail meatball and sausage, fruit pizza, potato ~caaserole, scrambled egg casserole, ;hot apple cider and fruity punch. !~ The following recipes are some of :: those used by ~e students. GOOD AND FRUITY oz.) pkg. refrigerator sugar :,@okle dough ~1 (8 oz.) pkg. cream cheese, softened ~ cup sour cream T. sugar ~V2 tap. almond extract ~Assorted fresh fruit ~Aprloot jam, melted ~ S'dee cookie dough 1/8 inch thick. i~Arrange over bottan and side of ~144nch pizza pan, overlapping slightly. Bake at 375 degrees for 12 ::~to 14 minutes or until brown; cool. :~ Beat c~mam cheese, sour cream, ~ugar and flavodng in bowl. Spread ~6~ cookie crust. Arrange overinp- ~l~ing dices of fruit over top. Brush !:~ith janL Chill in refrigerator. i fields 12 servings. PARTY CHEESE BALL ~:~2 :(8 oz.) pkg. cream cheese ,,.1 (8 oz.) pkg. Cheddar cheese, ,,~[ted 1 T. pimiento, chopped 1 T. green pepper, chopped 1 tsp. onion, finely chopped 1 tsp. lemon juice 2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce Dash of cayenne pepper Dash of salt Pecans, finely chopped Mix cheeses together until well blended; add remaining ingredients except pecans; mix well. Shape in- to ball; roll in pecans. Wrap, chill for 24 hours. COCKTAIL MEATBALLS {Brim your chafing dish high with these hearty her d'oeuvres. And don't forget to supply picks for easy eating.) 1 lb. ground beef V2 cup dry bresd crumbs % cup onion, minced cup milk I egg 1 T. parsley, snipped 1 tsp. salt 1/8 tsp. pepper I/2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce 1 bottle {12 oz.) chili sauce i. She's ~orevar your girl 6. Who's hanging tough? 7. Who lives on fa~inatlon street? 8. Who won't forget your number? 12. It's his perogatlve 15. He'~ the type of ~y 16. They still haven't foun~ what they're looking for 18. He'~ cunning down a dreeu~ 19. He's rigt~t here waiting for you DOWN CLUES 2. Former member of the Eagles 3. The steel wheels tour 4. They know where they ~tand 5. Youth gone wild 8. Friends o~ Doctor Feelgool 9. They w~nt Justice ~or all I0. They love in an elevator 11. Who likee to I~aJet a mo~e? 13. They live In a love shack 14. Is he guilty of love 17. She Ilke~ to turn back time P-T School Menus 1 jar (10 oz.) grape jelly cup shortening \,,. Nov. 2@22 Mix ground beef, bread crumbs, MONDAY onion, milk and egg and next 4 in- Corn dogs, Baked Beans, Carrot gredients; gently shape into 1-inch Sticks, Mazone, Milk TUESDAY balls. Thanksgiving Dinner Melt shortening in large skillet; Turkey, Dressing/Gravy, Peas brown meatballs. Remove from and Carrots, Celery Stick, skillet; pour off fat. Heat chili sauce Cranberry Salad, Pumpkin and jelly in skillet, stiiTing con- stantly until jelly is melted. Add "Custard/Topping, Milk WEDNESDAY meatballs and stir until thoroughly H amburgers, Pickle/Onion, coated Simmer uncovered 30 French Fries/Catsup, Apple Wedge, minutes. Makes 5 dozen appetizers. Milk Variations: Cocktail sausages: Substitute 4 jars (4~ oz. each) NO SCHOOL THURSDAY OR FRIDAY cocktail sausages for meatballs; simmer in jelly mixture 20 minutes. HAPPY THANKSGIVINGII P-T CALENDAR Nov. 15 Collage Day, 9 &r~-12 noon H.S. Boys scrimmage at Prague, 4 p.m. Nov. 16 7 th and 8th basketball with Prague here, 4:30 p.n~