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January 5, 1984

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I' ~GE 4 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, January 5, 1984 Perkins-Tryon Perkins, Oklahq January 5, Volume 8, No. I Basketball Homecoming - January 10 U and , No n. ec lliI i ] istHitfle, ...... The P-T Demons dis- ~ts, lnc!udmg2he ' }1~ ii'~iiI] played perhaps their finest all-around game of the [ r IL~( 1BE~ ..... ~,[ ~" (:] year last Thursday night in [~U( defeating the Meeker 1~ Bulldogs, 72-62. The Demons broke it ) open in the third period by ~ :~ outscoring MHS 21-10. br a gomg and switche_d' P " ' " play' Dale ' ~q - ii With the score 39-33, exploded for 21 points.3. and will be back~S.oleave Caryna Hughes, Cindy Mark Littlefield connected - -- l!not in The Demons got their fast road Friday, januarL nn al Basketballplaying Meeker with theFields, Julie Payne, and on two consecutive three- ll?g,/nt The A u " h i~ ~~] ~i Homecomin will be held girls game starting at 7Mlc elle McDonald Jr point plays to give P-Ta toeakzoneoeiense wmcn -o- g ' " " " tb'a~' 's i Tuesday ~venin~ Januaryp.m. Coronation will be at attendant m Jana Smith ~I (1~:~., 12-point advantage which ~ ~' n ~rbial h 10. the half of the boys game. a d Sophomore attendant was expanded to 16 on The teams will be Queen candidates are tsJuhe Ryano atobUCketsbYand ScottHarlanIrwin.MCKs- P'T Grad Complete %Oa FACTS MASTERS -- Front row-Ni- row-Marie Reese and Bobby Coffman. cole Walker, Stephen Raines, David Not pictures, Jayson Milligan, Robert Wilson and James Wells. Back Sasser, Matt Brown and Sundi Snyder. The sixth grade class multiplicaton facts correct- facts in seven minutes. has ten Facts Masters this ly in eight minutes or less. Many other students are year. Facts Masters areBobby Coffman and working hard to achieve students who can do Nicole Walker are Superthis goal. Keep up the addition, subtraction, and Masters after achieving all good work sixth graders. i: Kelly Pate and Becky Wright were recognized recently for showing pride and respect in their middle school building. Thanks, Kelly and Becky. --- I IlL N.H.S 'Faking part in the town journeyed up town to doparents this coming Christmas program, Na- their part by decorating spring. Also at the tional Honor Society mem- the Christmas tree. meeting, this year's offi- hers Autumn B., Connie At a recent meeting, cers were elected: presi- K., Leslie O., Tammy J., N.H.S. discussed the idea dent-Connie Kirby; vice- Teresa W., Alan H., Scott of having a candle lighting president-Lisa Sloan; sec- B.. Daryn C., Dennis St., orientation ceremony for retary-Donna Chesmore; Cindy H., and Carol F. the members and their reporter-TammyJohnson. In the final period, the Bulldogs cut P-T's lead to 66-56, but couldn't make it enlistment and any closer. The Demons Marine Pfc. Steven D. personal and went into their delay game Woods, son of Kathleen standards tradi which forced MHS to foul. M. and Grady R. Woods of hibited by Marines. Steve McDaniel and Route 4, Stillwater, has He participated Littlefield, who finished completed recruit training active physical with a career-high 20 at the Marine Corps ing program and points, hit both ends of Recruit Depot, San Diego. proficiency in a one-and-one's and McKo- During the 11 -week military skills, sate and Scott Briggs each training cycle, he learned first aid, rifle hit the front end in the the basics of battlefield ship and close final 1:30. survival. He was introduc- Teamwork and P-T was in the lead ed to the typical dailypline were throughout the early sta- routine that he will throughoutthe ges of the first period. The experience during his cycle. P-T lead swayed from three to one point as MHS Fri. Jan. 6 thru Thurs. Jan. 12 answered every Demon bucket. Littlefield ripped 619 S. MAIN 372-2111 t pas; not tl Calendar UNCOMMON CHRISTM Jan. 5-7 PG VALOR ,STORY Eighth grade at Luther Open 7:15 Open 7:15 Jan. 9 Shows 7:30, 9:30 Shows 7:30; 9: Seventh Grade at Cush- Matinees, Sat. & Sun. Matinee ing Open 1:30 Open 1:30 Jan. 10 Shows !:45 and 3:45Shows Meeker Here, Varsity Jan. 13 424 $. MAIN End of first semester 372-26! 4 You've come into the world today, In a big, big way. A lot of people are counting on you. Hoping that you bring about a change. A change for themselves, for their Family, for the whole world. You can do it. You can make it happen. You can teach us kindness and Friendship, Loyalty and Hope. You can help us realize our worth, Realize we need each other. You've give us so much, We can only give you a of your arrival. in such a short time. wonderful party, a celebration Happy Birthday, Year, and Thank you. Lora Lei 11 Ill i Menu TWO OF A KIND January 9 thru 13 MONDAY Corn Dog, Vegetable Bake, lettuce leaf, Choco- late Pudding. TUESDAY Frito Chili Bake, Pineap- ple Upside Down cake, Corn. W~:DN~:~U~t T Turkey and Noodles, Green Peas, Cranberry Sauce, Mixed Fruit. THURSDAY Bologna and Cheese Sand- wich, Potato Wedge, Pickle Slices, Fruit. FRIDAY Hamburger and French Fries, Pickles, Onions, Rosey Applesauce. Menu subject to change without notice. Hamburgers and Chef Salad available everyday. -O- Open 7:15 Shows 7:45, 9:30 Matinees, Sat. & Sun. Open 1:30 Shows at 1:45, 3:45 COWBOY 624-1422 SUDDEN R IMPACT THE KEI Open 7:15 Open 7:15 Shows 7:30; 9:45 Shows 7:30 andl Matinees Sat. & Sun. Matinees Sat. & Open 1:30 Open 1:30 b~. Shows 1:45 and 3:45 Shows 1:45 andl 14" [o]: i BOTH DRIVE-INS CLOSEr FOR WINTER ( i "rilE MODEL TEE T.Shirts-Transfers-Lettering r. -,,,,Ih *lain i)owntown Perkins a47-2158 ;o Demons, Go 5 DEL-MAR'S FOOD STORE Lonnie and Judy Tabor 17-2555 219 S. Main I MIHURA AUCTION & REAL ESTATE CO. {i Miles South of Stillwater on Ilwy. 177 Open Tues. - Sat. 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 405-377-7545 PAYNE COUNTY BANK 317-2 1'31;202 South Main Member !~ J & J TIRE REPAIR FL,VI'S FIXED -- S J 00 17-2(1:111 Perkins Main and Thor PERKINS DRUG "i:uiI-Time Drug Dept." , I T 2079 Steve Willingham WtlISTLE STOP #2 CIMARRON VALLEY CO.OPERATIVE, INC. l)an llubbard, Manager 517-2700 247 S. Main STAFFORD'S MOWER & SAW SERVICE llwy. 177 North Henry Stafford 547-2167 FARMER'S UNION I la,'~ey Brixe.v. Agent City and Rural Insurance I','rkins, OK 547-2251 1[ BAKER'S DRY GOODS ,Iohn Baker 547-2461 102 S. Main STEER INN FAMILY RE I AURANTS 121 W. Thomas Perkins 547-531 J. D. & EVELYN ANDERS( RALPH'S PACKING COMPANY .~|w and (;ary Crane and Frank Spillars Owners .317-2 161 N.W. of Perkins on Freeman Avenue Paul, Phyllis, Paul David and Pam Rodman. Owners HOME PHONE: 918-374-2459 CtlANDLER LIVESTOCK" |" 'OKLAHOMA AUCTION COMMISSION CO. I YARD I PERKINS "Y" LIVESTOCK AUCTION "Sale Every Wednesday" 317-2533 N.W. of Perkins I WOMACK'S i'Corners Trading Post 918-371-2211 ~ Corner of 177 & .105 P.J.'s FLOWERS & GIFTS I'atty and Gerry Johnson 547-2763 147 S. Main VASSAR COMPANY Jack Vassar 517-2114 207 N. Main PATSY'S FLOWERS & CERAMICS Patsy Lile 101 S. Main 547-2420 KEN SMITH FURNITURE New and Used 100 N. Main 547-2109 Jr. and Morine Bostian, Owners WHISTLE STOP #1 547-2976 PERKINS TAG AGENCY i Mary Frances Blair, Agent i Downtown 547-2 MAC'S CORNER CORRAL Mac & Lou McAnaily John & Marlene B$ McI ANIEL & SON HAI DWA "A Good Hardware in a Good To~vn" 547-2472 111 S. I i HARLAND WELLS BLUMER'S PHILLIPS 66 Hurley Blumer 547-2446 148 S. Main I II STRODE FUNERAL HOME PEPSI COLA COMPANY r. ) ,~ 17-2100 372-5550 Stillwater, Oklahoma