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PAGE 4 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, November 28, 1985 '- =,=...=. =. m .==== ~--= l tudents Attend . : [ se StlL.(]o St tte ]onventk,n E i i "Ope~ house wa~ held at the teacher told them what Tryon November 19. Perkins hoped to accomplish during By Juimne Roberson selection of workshops for the open house was held Thursdayyear. Student Council president, Monday morning session, Divi- November 21. Both were open-The Perkins Elementary I Greg Wolfe; secretary, sion Within Your Stu-Co, In- Stephanie Miller; represen- fluence of Christian Leadership, . ed from 7 to 8:30. Refreshments a wonderful turnout. Mr. Hn were serv l in the lunchrooms, char, elementary principal tatives Cassia Brown, Corby and Homecoming With Pizazz , | | Doyle, Robin Hooter, Dawnitawere several of the workshops .... i |m Tryonhad a very larKe turn- mented, "It was the best Cypert, Pare LaFollette, foreign that P-T students attended, i| ? : =.: out. The faculty was pleasedhouse ever." exchange student Ulli Seigle, Different motivational speakers | m , with the parents' enthusiasm. High school had a good tu . The Perkins Middle School out, however, many of i and sponsor Mms Karen Batr were present each day encour- I | conducted their open house a attended the yearly Student aging students to be better i A mmh faculty members wish th Council State Convention Sun- leaders within their school. I Plm little different this year. The would be a better parent day, November 17, through A banquet and dance were . parents followed their child's volvement in the future. Tuesday, November 19. The held Monday night, This gave | schedule, as if they were convention was held at the students the opportunity to -_- | students. Parents stayedinthe Metro Christian Academy, ameet and talk with student | room about 10 minutes, while ,private school in Tulsa. The council members from other F., i main ideabf the convention was schools in a fun atmosphere. to show councils how to ira- There were thirteen hundred "" ' Band/Choir Cmcert Dec. ," prove school spirit and students from across the state || ! themselves as a whole, that attended the convention, i Patriotism was the generalHousing was provided by host Middle School ]oncert, Dec, theme and the colors for the families in the Tulsa area. V ~6 * e ants were red, white and blue. It was really beneficml to . _ ,, mr Hedgcoth decorates the large bulletin board outside the ' By Suzan Boles middle school will be giv When the delegates arrzved us, commented Stephame " ....... . . supermtenaent s oxlnce. Sunday afternoon, there was a Miller, P-T umor represent- , . The P-T high school band is their concert on Decembe patriotic assembly to welcomeative, By Jolinda Bostxan is trying to get away from that going to be busy for the next also in the high school them. Students then had a wide -o- An observant student at P-T image and teach a different side few weeks. With the j azz band The j azz band s opening .... high thisweek might have no- of h storv just off to a good start and play- formance will be Novembet ' ticed Mr Charlie Hedgcoth . -'. . , ing at this year's basketball at the high school baske@ "Hmto m le, their lives, " " " h ry peep Nsn v Wall|rune Pi eo. m .... spending a lot of tL.n. emt e ohaU and the legacy they left us, games, the band is reallygame against Blackwel]. _ . ...... ... .w.vv... b-" me su-^rin enaen s o Iice ...... excited, on December 5, at 6:30 p.m., y .... ... ana m very womsome Mr,. Hedgcoth has been. (lecora- see young people wlth" little" care On December 3, the high band is going to participat Top 100 FFA Sveeches tmgthelargebulletmbo.ardto for the past." Mr. Hedgcoth school band and choir will be the downtown Christmas# -- encpurage interest in nis ory feels kids today take too many giving a concert in the highration. and to try and make studentsthin s for , school gym at 7:30 p.m. The -o- ..... I feelthat farming life is the ............ (,.,+ .... ,!g .granted and don.t P-T lented Ne 4-' -,,o er . _ ..o ... . . ,,. reanze now trn, ,,, .ant rns-n, ,o ~ ..... pest Hie. we must remember .... ,_ ,__-__ _ iv'_ - F Re rter .... ( ....... +~..,., ;o ms~or:cm evvn~. ~nv wp~ u: in relation to today Mr H~. P T FA po that the f .... e ..... ............ "liam te the bulletin board thin week , Nancy Wil s en red the .... . coth s mare goal m to try and cul re nave veen l W blVt t'k Hasten Salute to Agri tu Without the products of its stir up interest in history in the Gifted/T speech contest where she plac- farms, a nation would be de-Week and the annivers.ary ofhigh school. He would like tru- ed in the top one hundred endant on other countries for its h:naS asslnatmn el d obn F.dents to want to take history speeches. The contest was very existence .. .... rather than feel they have to entered by students nation I am nroud be a member of Mr. rleogcom melt many pec take history. Perkins-Tryon gifted and exchange. - ..... 'od be i00 v. . . ..... ple believe history is just -o- talented coordinators, Stacie The afternoon session words or less The s h was to t.^++ ........ .^. names, aates ana pmces, ne Schepers, middle school and ed information on networ peec ,,, " Dorothy Sullivan, high school, a secondary program ove be written and mailed m to the " ' future farmers who will become . contest. Nancy's speech was en- the leaders of our rural attended the Oklahoma State as well as a very intereS +i+led " eal Living- Mv Salute ...... ..i Department of Education Gift- slide program on G-T "- J merma we continue to r " " ed and Talented Fall Workshop Information on Duke Uni To Agn ,cu_Itu e , . look forward to the future with Thanksgiving :s complete ' at Fountainhead State Lodge,ty s T.I.P. Program and Nancy s salute to agriculture a steadfast aim toward keeping ........... Jeannie Jauch--All of my ......... w tnout teast one turkey Tneteachers birds of a feotho September 24. OM Olympics of the Mind i incmaes zne mnowmg remarzs, our oountv a land of o ortuni .......... " ............ ' . . -- ~ vv t~emon ulspatcn sta~I nat wan- ~ ~ , The morning program includ- also presented. '~ Real L:vmg= My Salute To ty and our farms the place for erJ .... ,, . together. _ - ,, ,, u eu arouga hans ano DawnitaC---- rt Lit-Her ed an explanation of amend- Mrs. Schepers and Agrmulture real living -- " found several of these birds by per because she makes me manta to Senate Bill 214 on van agreed that the "nfo -o- asking the simple question--laugh Who is your favorite turkey andNancy Williams--Coach gifted educatior an explana- and large stack of literP tion on writing a policy state- they received from the why?.. Belay, he's full of surprise! ment, an elementary overview, Department of Educatio &T2....A.V..I.M Tff2. .. ... .,4. therespons : , .-. Anonymous--Scott and an exemplary elementary worth the long drive, b my loson woacn Ma / J[ VF IL qLP'I&& , -- " theson, he s got the strut! program by Dee Broughton s they came back with a lot i dure because he s full of joyful Miss Edin--Coach Bendure Pyramid Program in Ardmore. thusiasm and great ideS ...... ...... compliments, eca " : : ! , f . ::. ...... . b use his)ekes are so Stupidl . Lunch was buffet style at the the P-T gifted program. : (,.: .... . uzan oms--ivir. ]urKeylodge and included an idea : . } (hot dogs)because they taste Balloons Ma {e : Great Ccmeback Thanks zwn Caleb ration: ' By Suzan Boles Owasso, to Stephanie ...... On September 27, the Perkins from Lorene Butler of : : " By IG'is Harper" ...... _ _ . fmaU arnves, the table set, Elementary students sent bal-to Jacob Marshall :j ...... ~ :~':~ - . . Y _Thanksglvmg. Just the the turkey is in the place of loons afloat with their names Gregory Powell of Tu i thought,a nost arives the,taste honor surrounded by all sorts of and the school address attatch- Charonne Payne from ouas w ta turzey, cranuerry an . .... ed'bles. Blessing "s said ded to them. Over 400 balloons Earp of Pryor, to .... :i sauce, sweet potatoes, aresslng eve' 'bod-" be'- "s to eat Are t ...... , were sent offf and 15 have Savory from Bert F. evenan pum.pZma pwturePm'of IndmnsSmetlmeS'and the pilgrims andhthe sacrificesif returned so far. Some returned Claremore, to Kari Bee '- .............. they made for t eir bount" ul were, to Stephanie Hardnack Steve Winkle of of Midl 7id " tall, stern men and women harvest forgotten? from Ann Frymeyer of Clare- Mathew Allen from Jotm [ jz comes to mind. But, do people Not at alTI Schools welcome more, to Jake Simpson from of Claremore, to Shane i still rememberwhy Wha.nksgiv- the holiday with parties, plays Amanda Phillips of Claremore, from Calvin Morris, Berr ..... ing startea: uo we stiu givesaluting the founders, and to Heath Parker from Gloria Arkansas, to Jamie g#] Denise Lawson thanks for what we have9 _ homework assignments featur-and Gary Buser of Owasso, tof om Louis Wright of AdSi Stores start preparingforthis turke,,s ,, l dms and In- Tiffany Palmer from Harley to Nick Pogue from IVIrT Denise Lawson won the Can- candies for every A or 100 day at the beginning of the dia ns. Infact the s' ' tory is so Super of Owasso, to ChristieMrs, NedParkeofOwa: S d Corn Contest held by Ms scored on their a rs month Nuts are ordered in .ft . t.irl t .f v~ y p pe . _ ._ = ....................... Hurste from Stephanie Dewar balloons reached as far Becky Whitworth's third grade Denise's second guess gar-bulk. Banners and turkeys are that most kids in the third of Owasso, to GregHurstefromryville, Arkansas. class nered the rize of 697 ieces of put up to make the atmosphere a 1 ' h t t -o- . P p . . . gr de can expam w a he Todd and Sue Gerlach of The idea for the contest came.. . . , candy by being the closest., festwe. Thanksgiving sales are. . _vilgrims did for us and why.. "" S i from Patricia Reilly Gift s book, When asked what she intend- announced m all kinds of stores. In some homes, the tradition The Candy Corn Contest. After ed to do with the candy, she Clothing stores, food stores, of giving thanks continues as FIND reading the book, the class said she was 'happy and sur- and shoe stores are all taking evervbodv around the table .... " " " S E 0 T A T 0 P D E H S A M, "GIBLETGRAVYEAS FTRYEIPNIKPMUP ECHLATOPDEHSAM S T A I R G N I F F U T S G TRFMBOUNTYAVEN , e " ITHANKGIVINGI I VSUFMTHANsNAKT AESRAISESYUROS - . j - LVNAKKLRALAVOA out on a career shadowing day, exciting and is a career I would _ m C R A N B E R R Y S A U C E Brian Pierce went to Stillwater like to exolore " r" N N Fire Station and Dan Smith Brian P erce dso was selected L [[ Am, i N A I S Y E Y A S N I A H F went to the Oklahoma State to career shadow-He trent his / U IL w bl H D B 0 U N T H 0 K B A E .ele .manmUnications_.bufl ng day at the Stillwater l ire Sta- I I I II G T I 1 1 r" 11 n 1 t r" O M N S A L T U B E S 0 N E his m extra cred:t project tion Headquarters and the Col- ] I i Ll !! / I [ 11. lJ U U L sp.onsored by Miss Edin in lege Fire Station, where he II Ill LUL II li V L L P I L G R I M S S 0 B G D .... t iology II and unemistry, spent most of the day. The main FI I- Ct I- I I # !- I't I I I r" A N N U A L L U F K N A H T Dur'mg, the day, Dan went toactivity of the day was inspec- |J [ | L I L l[ i I [ L art airector.Roger Bolton, ting a fraternity house for fire l- L ] V l- [] I | ] TURKEY FESTIVAL said he hettma.set up hazards ....... INDIANS HARVEST stages for programrmng like Miss Edin commented, "Any. CRANBERRY SAUCE ANNUAL Candid Campus and many one can have the opportunity. PILGRIMS FEASTING others. .He said the best part of It is real important for the STUFFING THANKFUL snaaowmgwasagrapbiccom- students tohaveachancetoex- VII f3 13 II 0 PUMPKIN PIE GIBLET GRAVY puter that could take pictures periencewhat different careers | [[ MASHED POTATOES from a VCR tape and change are like CAKES ..... " /II II II It BOUNTY the mages that are protected -o- COOKIES on the screen. Smith added FAMILY THANKSGIVING