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PACE 2 THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS. OKLAHOMA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1962 N by Bobbl Kutl under the supervision of Mrs Car- olene Wood, home economics tea- School royalty was chosen last cher. week when students of Perkins Girls invited a younger brother, high schOol held their annual "'Who's Who?" contest. Those, re-I sister or other relative, or if none ceiving the honor of being ,,Mrt were available, they "borrowed" and Miss P.H.S." were Jim La'l youngsters from neighbors and friends. Follette and Joan Sadler, both I seniors. Joan was also chosen The tots enjoyed coloring and yearbook queen, looking at ,pictures books which Other results of the popularity had been made by the home econ- omics class. ReLreshments included poll were:~,, Dorothy Roberts and Christmas-tree cookies which had ration agent for Payne county. She addressed the club with the pledge of cooperation in bettering community relations and achiev- ing the aims of tile club. Five members plan to attend the achievement day program in Still- water. PEI(KINS, PAYNE COI)NT~, ~KLAHOM~ 0=~ ~ l* ¢~a S.o...r.,,. C,.~ *,'. " p,."~ ..... ~ "," ........ Mr. and Mrs, Roland Sodowsky Editor and Publishers Enrollment cards were filled out for the coming year and Mrs Mary lhlblished every Thursday and entered as st, eond class matter aw the Perkil~ Oklahoma, Post Office, under the Act of Congress, Marcl~ ,~. McManus joined the club. 1897. The program was conducteo by Subscription Rates: $2.00 a year in Puyhe, Lmc~JlI: a~0 Log.~ cu,Jnt-. Evelyn Cruse and Ella Baker, as-~: $3.00 a year if sent ~ ,~t of the above mentioned counties sisted by Evah Woodrum. Mrs Ba- ker led the members as they pre- 5,1~ ~. Nested individually the meaning / of Christ's birth. Mrs Cruse led the group in the "fun phase" of the program. Mike Braziel, best personality;been made by the girls. Secret pals of the ,past year Sandy Wells and Buddy Lawrence, were revealed and names were Am ~d I"~J--l~towkw,-w|----/a@mP~rz---WillR°g~-- best athlete; Deanna Arthur and Children attending the party drawn for the new year. ] were Clayton Bridenstine, Roger Refreshments of fruit cake. I "The National Safety Council Tommy Baggett, best looking; Kinzie, Lisa Caldwell, Kelly Sinai- mints and coffee were served bY l~ ~" Accidents forrep°rtSDecembert° us thatis thethehighestdeath toll Molly Fultz and Ray Pearson, best figure and physique; Margay- ley, Shawn Clark, Jerri Coon, the hostess. Next meeting will be j"~u'~O for et Roberts and Bill McDaniels, Joyce Adkins, Mylinda Bates, Mar- held at /be home of Ella Baker, I any month of the year," Page best dressed; Stella Nelson andilyn Hart and Christy Sodowsky.Monday, Jan. 7, at 1:30 p.m. ] In Month S~dkilled"Althoughat the rate~nericanSof 121 perWere Duane Collins, most dependable; Perkins high school music stud-Members present in addition to ] High day Paula Evans and Dermic Fiolle, ents, under the supervision of ,'Mr those mentioned were Mrs Goldle j in December a year ago, fatal~- O T Myers, band director, attend- Lacy. Edna ,Ione~. Liza O'Dell, I 0f December ~es were actually 'bunched up' wittiest, ed the Oklahoma State Band and Allie Stumbo, Stella Arnett, May ~ during the holiday weekends." Receiving honors as most pop- Choral Festival and Clinic at Bartholomew, Maude Markee, No-- Nationally, the Christmas ular teachers were Mr and Mrs Oklahoma State university on Sat- ra Fulton. Myrtle Cooper and December traffic accidents in weekend brought 700 deaths Paul Evans. Mrs Evans teaches urdy, Dec. 8. The combined affair Robbie Phillips. the United States during last De- while the New Year's weeken(1 English and shorthand, and Mr • • cember cost the lives of 3,750 y~elded 450. . . was the 31 annual band chine and Evans is vocational agriculture • • . persons, according ~o Oklahoma's Oklahoma went right along instructor, the 21 choral festival and clmxe. Adults Buy Toys Commissioner of Public Safety, with the national trend. Decem- Duane Collins, Perkins high Those attending had opportunity Ray H Page. her in Oklahoma accounted for to hear mstructmn by guest con school junior, took second honors " -1 ............ 72 deaths, highest for any month in the state at the annual Okla- duelers and also to hear perform-l To Please Oneself They need materials for con-of 1961. ng g~oups of outstanding music homa Farmers' Union speech con- ! ' " " "' -I struction. Wooden or pa~eboardl Over the Christmas weekend test held in Oklahoma C~ty, Dec,ians. I 9 Duane earned his chance to Perkins band member, Paula ImasOnemistakes0f theisCOmmoneStmade by Christ-adults simpleb°Xes' hammerwooden orandplasticnail setSbuilding land Oklahoma'Ser the Newt°llyearWaSweekend13 whiletrafoOV- I compete in the state contests by Evans, played with theAll-StateI who buy toys~to please themseI- .~;o~s are good for preschoolers.-, fi- ,' ~.~ths numbered 20 -- - ~1 n l ~ h~gh school Blue Band and Slellat ,nni g first "n the d'strict con- " , ¢ ill)h( ~I ({ oor: *riot ~n test which was held at Nelson ,played in the All-State Redi yes, not the youngsters who will .. ~:~' ";: '~ ~' ~' '" ] 'This horrible loss of life d'~r- toys such as erector sets and ,.ec¢,!w, ~hc gifi~, says the head of! , I 'ng t l:e holiday ~ason need not ~.hawnee, Nov. 6. There were six!*Band" , ] , • • , Participating m the g~rls chor ~)~:,:,b,)~ ~t~te un~vermtvs fam- model kits are suitable for older! happ(,~., says Page "If all m'~tor- airiness with six s0eakers in each l .... - " " - fly relations and child develop- children. Itists and pedestrians will be more group Duane spoke in the Rural' us were the following members of1 Cooperatives" ' group, i the_ Perkins. high school girls chor-I "It is b~.~ to avoid buying toyst their imagination. Books, records, ] well as keeping their minds on I merit departmer, t. i They need ,things to stimulate] alert and cultivate patience, as Duane's awards include a trophy us: Beth Adkins, Judy Edmond-I to satisfy your own childhood~ dols, big-size house-keeping toys,] their walking and driving,this r o son Judy Courtr]ght Mary Jane and a transpo tation-paid trip t , ' ' I desires," ~ays Dr. Virginia Mess- transportation toys anddress-up I huge toll could be reduced." Washington, D.C. and other placesCundlffGraves' Kathipatrnc~aEdmondson,Kr~el MarthaJUdy[ enger Stapley. clothes are popular. 1 Yielding the right of way is a of historical interest in the east ' ' " " " , I "Thing.~ which appeal Io adults "Too often children receive a I display of courtesies; not a sign of • Lacy r~onna Wall Sandra White next March 9 through 24. ' . • " ] are often too fragile or too difft- number of inexpensive toys whichI cowardice. In. the rush of party- Activity uppermost in the minds and Judy W~se. I cult for children," she explaln~ are easily broken," Mrs SlapleyI going, gi~t-hunting and hurrying he ~ the ade Outstanding musicians who of pupils and teac rs 'n gr , " " [ She Nuggets the following check says. I *~(~ and fr~,n ,york thismonth, schooi building seems to be pre- participated in the clinic included:] • N}lo Hovey band and woodwtnd paration for the Christmas 0~r " , [ list to help parents, relatives and She advises spending at least l let's take time to gray alive, Page friends ,select gifts which wtllpart of the family Christmas fund .,,~,. u. -*~ ~tta~. "He Said He Was Santa," clinic; Lara Haggard, mixed oh-] brin~: lo~ng-term enjoyment to for a toy-whiCh may be more ex-[ Gatetv i.~ q~cklv ~turned into Whic.h will be presentedMonday orus and choral clinician; and] youngsLers, pensive, but will give more long-t tragedy on -the street or highway nigh~. Mary Maude Moore, girls' chorus.] Four general factors to keep in term enjoyment. ~ when a motorist ~tuh~bornly in- Christmas decorations made by . ] mind are durability, attractive- b "For example, a good act of sists on the right of way or a ped- the~children are being displayed in Perkins HD Cl.h / hess, safely and suLtability for the locks will la~ indefinitely, can' estrian wrongly estim~es the the classrooms. Mrs Chesney's and ~'~ "4"I / child's age and interests, be added to year by year, and speed of an oncoming vehicle. Mrs Duckett's first grade rooms Be sure ~here is adequate space offers unllmited opportunity for I "We must all be more alert. We have red star Santas on walls and The home of Mrs Rose Anderson in the home both for playing with play," she says. ~ can't count on all fellow motorists bulletin boards, and Mrs Duckett's was the setting for the Perkins the toy and for storing It. "Keeping these pointers in mind [ and all pedestrians to do tiie right room boast a fireplace loaned byhome demonstration elu:b's annual Children need playthings that while Ch~:istmas shopping forI ,thing at all times. If ,this were a Mr Wolfe. With the help of electChristmas program and meeting, stimulate healthful, •physical act- youngsters can make the holic~aysI reality, we would have a utopl?,, ricity, the logs inthe fireplace Winnie Moser, presides.t, called ivity. Wagon, tricycles, wheelbar- more satisfying and make budget[ where no accidents could occur, really glow. lhe meeting to order and the club rows, bicycles, outdoor sports dollars count." [ he concluded. M:s Holsinger's room is color- san~ "It Is No Secret." The dec- equipment and record players are fully decorated with Santas made from oaper bags. The fourth grad- ers put-/red crepe-paper hats and white cotton whiskers on their Santa.s. Lights are already on the tree m the third grade room. Under Mrs Franklin's direction, the boys and girls made pictures of Santa Claus, complete with cotton beards." Realistic lanterns hang in the windows of Mrs Jenkins secon¢ grade r(x)m. Black construction pa~per and colored cellophane made the lanterns gay. Snowflakes. Santas. and Christ- mas scenes drawn by the children brighten Mr Cowley's fifth grade room. while Mrs Evans's students are making original Christmas cards. The sixth graders are planning Christmas cards and decorative holiday wreaths made ol macaroni As the concluding activity of • study unit on child development, the girls of the freshman home economics class gave a party fo~ pre-schoolers Tuesday me .rP.lng, Dec: II. Arrangements for "~e party were handled by the girls, n FAIRLEY'S Ambulance -- Funeral Service ".~+ Phone CApital 5.2500 503 $. Harrison Cushing, Oklahoma I .............. 8ALES--- -SERVICE --RENTAL8 :--Catcu lator~--TypewPIte r~-- --Adding Mechlnee-- FRANCIS M. PAATT Manager .... "L 9tions were Luke 1:1-8, read by Ella Baker. Mrs Baker also told the "Panorama of the Christmas Story" with a picture display. The flag salute and the singing of two Christmas carols, "Silent Night" and "O Come All Ye Faithful" fol- lowed. Mrs Mary McManus and Mrs Nellie West were welcomed as ~ruests of the club. A special guest on her first official visit to the club was Mrs Dorothy Blackwell, newly-appointed home demonst- - . -_ good ones to consider. They need things to manipulate, take apart and fit together. Nmlt- ed boxes, puzzles, model kits and science kits are good examples. i STRODE I,'L'N I':I4A i. llt)Nil. 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