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December 15, 1977     The Perkins Journal
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6.The Perkins Journal Thursday, December 1S, 1977 1 2nd Graders Write Letters Mrs. Tarlton's 4th Graders to Present Christmas Mrs. Ewing December birthdays in our Program for Parents Dec. 20 at 1 p.m. Our student teacher, Miss room are Tina Rush, Sallie Kallenberger, is teaching VanStavern, KevinNeitman, and PhiUip Littlefield. Mrs. lcGehee's Class Making Gifts Mrs. MeGehee's class recently helped paid the divider for their art center. The art center is used every Friday by the students. Those in the picture are, left to fight, Jasant Winn, Brian Lore, Sid Greenfield, Miss Shull, John Brown and Derek Wayman. Miss Shull is our practice teacher from O.S.U. Tanya Goforth, Troy Shaddy, and Kerrie Shipley are busy using games and books found in our Library Center. This fall a new leaf was added to our reading tree each time a student read a book. In November we added feathers to 2 large turkeys, and we are now adding decorations to a Christmas tree for each book read. Our class wants to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. -Mrs. McGehee this week. We will miss her when she leaves this Friday. We have been trying to, learn how to write a lette correctly. We had a fern letter on the board and each of us filled in what we wanted for Christmas. I would like for you to please bring: me a green machine. Jeff Spillars a football. Philip Littlefield a baby-that-a-way. Joanna Hunt a bike. Cary Fields any bike, a Berger King doll. Phi|lip Moffat a stretch monster. Bryan Woods a baby-alive doll, guitar, baby bed, slide, swing and a dog. Valynda Robinson a sewing machine. Paula Fuller anything you can bring me. Terri Longan a big doll. April Shipley a baby-alive, easy bake oven, little professor, and a sit-and-spin. Melinda Hooper a horse Merry Legs and Black Beauty. Tina Rush a pair of new boots. Jay Rose a watch, helmet (Dallas Cowboys). Larry Compton some silly sand and a fuzzy pumper barber shop. Jonnell Thurman a mini bike. Johnny Bowyer a doll, a bike, and a ball. Angel Ventris a baby-alive. Carole McClellan L mini bike. Shannon Reynolds a mini bike. Shawn Logan a playstick horse, baby-alive doll, and a real horse. Kate Doss a baby-alive doll. Berry Brown a doll, operation game. Sherri McKnight a new bike. Sallie Van Stavern a Max machine. Kevin Neitman a deputy set. Stacey Cole a Superman and batmobile. Calvin Griffin a bike and a play pig. Mike Blevins a pop gun, knife in my stocking, a train and BB gun. Travis Owens We enjoyed the play at OSU, Androcles and the Lion. i Wrapping Christmas? Our class isgeing ready fo Christmas. We have gotten most of our decor- ations up, and will soon start on our gifts. This semester emphasis has been placed on becoming better readers. The students are aided by a new machine, a language master. The new machine helps the students work on new sight words. We have Gift Certificates- Give a Gift that Pleases. BUY THAT SPECIAL PERSON A GIFT OF FOOD! sGift Certificates for steaks or a half or full beef for their freezer. zer packs Free t Bee Everything for Your Snack Tray- WEISEL 'S Bologna, Beer Sausage, Summer Sausage, German Salami, 'We'll help you put the merry back into Christmas BOying. Our Own Mix- Ready To Cook Braunsehweiger, Meat Loaf _.Smkedll00i00u am=Sausage and 2 lb. pkg. S 1" wemers[ AIIRllitt GUFIU'00 uur uwa Mix 1 - " Ready to Co,ok " Lb. Pk I O/d Fashioned Mca Market II z e. I Acron From City Hail in Perkins I  S n4lt | Open Monday thru Saturday | [LiHam L,.-, -o -' ILLa'II Comb, See U$....todaylj] ,se.. m," 1-547-2266 We are very happy to have Paula Fuller join our class. She came from Stillwater. "0- Santa decorated the tree early in Mrs. Tarlton's Fourth Grade. Shown is Darrell Long placing one of the Christmas ornaments on the tree that were made by the students. Fifth Graders Test Smoking Fifth grade science classes the principles of scientific have just finished a unit on investigation, the groups body systems, under the supervision of Mrs. Belinda Beams, student teacher. During the study of the respiratory system, the class divided into teams and made "smoking machines." Using tested various brands of cigarettes and cigars in an attempt to determine relative amounts of harmful mater- ials. While no conclusive evidence was obtained, the students gained valuable experience in conducting experiments. Mrs. Beams and Mrs. Kastl developed respiratory complications from the smoke, and the rest of the school thought we were burning down the building. -0- Constructing their smoke testing machine, left to right, are Randy Chapman, James Biggs, Billie Rae Allen, Jodi sharp, Stephanie Brinlee, Todd Higgins, andScott Pendleton. After seeing the test results decide smoking is NOT for them, left to right, Allen Hawxby, Pare Wesffall, Beckie McKnight, Jeree Youngker and Bryan Kucko. We have Poinsettias and Christmas Trees Fourth Graders in Mrs. Tarlton's room will present their parents a special Christmas card, via a program i ' t6 ' * )' O pantomme, Christmas Windows on December 2 at 1 p.m. The program is patterned after Lord and Taylor's Fifth Avenue windows in New York City. Is Shown in the picture are two sleeping ange (Annette Payne and Kathy Thompson) dreandg dreams of two little angels (Lori Redus and Julia Rya) dreaming of 13olishing stars. Open 'til 8 on Thurs. q! 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