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December 16, 1993     The Perkins Journal
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Page 8- The Perkins Journal, Thursday, December 16, 1993 Notes, quotes from Superintendent's Newsletter As the winter months approach, made by the superintendent and is the likelihood of severe weather is based on whether our buses can run always a possibility, their routes safely. If the weather becomes severe Our district is very large and it's enough that school must be can- possible one part of our district celed, the following procedures will could be much worse than another. be folhcd: We always respect the decision of The decision to close school is parents to keep their students home Diamonds--Colored Stones-Bridal Sets Wedding Bands--Watches-Gifts-Clocks 708 S. MAIN, STILLWATER, OK 74074 (405) 372-3041 "Serving Stillwater and Area Since 1964" KENT & ANNETTE KINZIE Robert Sims SIMS APPLIANCE REPAIR & SERVICE Office Hours 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday Whirlpool-Roper appliances 1214 E. 6th Telephone Stillwater, Ok 74074 (405) 372-6163 i CONVENIENT DRIVE-UP MEMBER IFI Mon-Fri 7:30-6:00 Sat 9:00-12:00  k:'I_._L_L :m m':! -/] UAUNDRY & CnlEANIER$ NN. 402 S. Main Stillwater, OK 405-372-0644 M[,I Start at P|ck 8 So or ! $69 0 Pig Consolation S100 when school is not canceled. The decision to close school will be made IV 6:30 a.m. The following radio stations will be notified KSPI- AM-FM in Stillwater and KUSH, Cushing, and television stations KFOR, Channel 4, Oklahoma City; and KOTV, Channel 6, Tulsa. We request you do not call the school or staff members to see if school is open, or closes, as it ties up lines at a critical time. New Phones Numbers Southwestern Bell will assign new numbers for our four sites at Perkins. We are requesting this due to the numerous comments from patrons who have not been able to get through to the schools, or central office, due to busy signals. The new numbers will be "roll- over" numbers which our present numbers are capable of at this time. The new numbers are: Superlntendent's Office: 547-5703 P-T High School: 547-5724 P-T Middle School: 547-5713 Perkins Elementary: 547-5741 Transportation Dept.: 54%5705 YOUR CHILD COULD USE ANOTHER POINT OF VIEW. TEAMING UP FOR SUCCESS. Champion teams in the 4-H DemonstraUon Contest science and general divisions were 4-H members (left) Josh Leach and Brandy Leach. (center) Natalie Davis and Cherith Davis, Stillwater;, and (right) Cassidy Boyer and McClurg, Stillwater. Kids often hear that drugs are OK What they need to hear is the truth Yur child is ! going to ta|k to someone about drugs Who's it [ going to be? To make sure you have the right ] pAMIEIISliIP FN 10i-FlUE[ AMElUCA e,t:.,p ,,, A o,,:.-.,: ,,.o.,, INDIVIDUAL WINNERS. Champion indMduals in the 4-H Demonstration Contest animal Re.,.ho.gz;..4,. ;.s,0'e,. and general dMsions were 4-H members (front row) Kierah Baker, Ripley; and .............. Wollenberg, Perkins; (back row) Brant Gaither, Ripley; Brandi Smith, Perkins; and "': " ........... Weber, Stillwater ;Shop Perkins .- ....... -. . ........ :; % . VINYL SlDIN .:Mi,,. REPLACEMENT t I i Ih__._" .SOFFIT I P-:! WINDOWS I I   ;." .Pay-To ..... c'" I I il g l 1 --_. ,,PL.-'_-t :1  zo%%'- t I  ,; 1 1 _ I "FRI:EESTIMATES I i :,i, i i :' 1! PATIO COVERS II A--.-271 )LI $400 Progressive Black-out Starts in 55#'s Consolation $200 - A Number Added Each Week Hot Ball Up to $2500 * Hot Ball s, 1/4oo+ Dec. Back Up Nightl $10,000 U-Pick-Em $100 Added Each Session Until $10,000 Is Reached This Wednesday: 1.7# for $8,100 - 18# for $2,000 - 19# for $1,500 20# for 1,O00 - 2# or more Consolation of $200 All Minis Will Pay :1.00%-10% Dec. 18 p accessible. TOP8 IN SHOW 'ning Grand and Reserve Champion in the Show division of the 4-H stration Contest were Swinney, Stillwater (left) Gena Wollenberg, Perkins. Board meets Save 3% on Sales Tax ncll Model PRO808 *649 : 8F/yi :;;eaZ:Hta d 1 Lux Low Light Recording Remote Control Automatic Head Cleaned 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH!! .,o, We Now Accept Sub-Zero Jenn Air KitchonAid Thormador Tappan Roper' Fri., Dec. 17 Dror Nh Brin 3 or  Peopio in Y(mr Car and Recolve Ticket to Purchase Entry Po for $10.001 Riders WIN Receivo Entry Pack for $2.oo offi Age Umit: 14 years of age to enter Big Hall. We to discuss sale of land A special meeting of the Tryon board of Education scheduled Wednesday evening cept the resignation of Teri and to consider the offer of berline Golf Limited Partnership Cimarron Golf, Inc. for the 50 of school land north of town. Wells, the board president term is up in February, said in letter of resignation: "Due to my strong to progress for the school and community of Perkins, I submit my resignation." If her resignation is the board would reorganize Calvin Roggow, vice becoming president. The would operate with four until the February school where Sheri Gordon is The bid considered by was $97,000, $27,000 more Palmer Sadler's bid at the auction and $200 per acre more the school paid for the land. Superintendent Jim Hyder the bid was "at or aboV0 appraised value of the land."