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PAGE 6 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, February 9, 1984 I greatly enjoy the ing to something someYeah, I know you say they ious natural subjects co- 250 million years ago is are found from little bitty vered by Dr. Jeff Black. purely theory. That hap- to about seventeen inches From my strictly lay- pened 249 million and a in diamater. Well, the poe- man's status as a nature bunch of thousands ofwee size may bespeak of lover I can most always years before Adam gotthe tiger kitten's first day confirm the generalities of busted out of early retire- to the sandbar. Now that his subdued professional ment for eating a bad ap- seventeen incher; I'm not dissertations. Often he pie So there were no eye even going to try to se- brings to light a new idea witnesses to the creations cond guess that sucker. or a technical thought of these novel stones. I kn just relieved to know about familiar objects Everyone is entitled to I never chance to meet which I can also under- his own theory concerning one of those on a rocky, stand and appreciate, But profound mysteries such winding trail now-a-days. Dec, I think you ripped as Rose Rocks. I, in my in- Now that's enough of your intellectual britches finite ignorance have two the tom-foolery. Let's get on that illusive barbed thoughts which are just very serious on this next wire fence you tried to as provable as the ' Black point. For a lot of years jump getting to the %he- Theory of Evolution" on I've been a rockhound, ory" of the origin of the these rosettes. I propose gathering specimens from rose rock. that they may well be foe- many states and buying Let's face it. The idea silizedduugofancientos- some overseas semi- that they grew from noth- trich, llama or even tiger, precious stones. I am Scott Ford, Keith Savage and Cody Blair were "The Fastest" Pinewood Derby a success Thanks to the wonder with let, 2ncl" and 3rd the Tag Agency. All the ful turnout of Cub Scouts places, packs in our council will and their families at the Fastest Car - 1st. Keith be competing in the Win- last monthly meeting of Savage; 2nd. Cody Blair; dew Displays in the hope Cub Scout Pack No. 24, 3. Scott Ford. of receiving an award for the annual Pinewood Der- Boys receiving advance their pacL Good Luck N~ by races were a great suc- ment or achievement 24. cess. The boys had a lot of awards were: Leonard fun racing their cars and Geer~Bobcat; Jason Hard- The next pack meeting cheering each other on. nack and Chris Wolf- will be Fei~ 28 with all the There were 2 categories Webelo, Showman, Scien- Cubs and their families of judging. One was the tist; Scott Ford-engineer. celebrating the birthday "Fastest Cars," with 1st, We hope everyone has of Scouting by joining 2nd & 3rd places; and the had a chance to see the together for the Annual other was "Avvearance'" Pack window display at Blue and Gold Banquet. @ e e e 24 Hours -- Perkins, Oklahoma honestly convinced that the rose rock is fossilized crawfish mounds. Just compare the ruffled, layered shape of such con- temporary earthen crea- tions in bar ditches as they are drying up. Much of this material is elevat- ed from several inches be- low the ground. It may well be very unlike the mucky silt on which it is laid. These mounds dry in the sun. Now just suppose that on that fateful occa- sion 250 million years ago a horrendous flood, earth- quake or glacial action in- nundated these crawdad wads and surrounded them with such foreign sludge that they could not unite with same but in- stead were hardened as separate entities by heat, earthen pressure and chemical actions--only to be unearthed by a bunch of Okies at this late date Some of us who don't know from nuthin' to those with degrees and pedigrees and admired by all. I wouldn be so insis- tent about my own homegrown theory had I not found and recovered a fossilized mole hole in a clay bank in Iowa. There was the small round di- ameter of the burrow run along with a couple of wide areas apparently used for nesting or storing food. This burrow had filled with a substance wholly different from the black surrounding soil. The soil was still mellow but the mole run was thoroughly petrified. I still have several feet of that strange find here at home. Apparently a llme- like substance was abun- dant in the surrounding soil and through many centuries this slowly seeped into the aban- doned wet times and dried during dry times until the void was completely filled. One spot in Kansas is littered with finger sized fossilized holes with some of the solid material still under- ground and some exposed by erosion. So Dr. Black, I don't have the answer to how the mole hole got plaster- casted like that. I merely have the hardened '~eoid." And finally, if you and your class ever want to reconstruct a pre-historic mole hole 111 furnish the material and you furnish the labor. Maybe O.B.U. will furnish the coffee. -s-Bud England -O. FIRE DESTROYS HOUSE DAVENPORT -- Fire destroyed the interior structure of a brick home on the west edge of Davenport early Wednes- day morning. The home is owned by Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jackson. A possi- ble electric short was blamed. Mens' & Boys' Sizes with Gorilla Jogger Canvas Shoes Strap over & fasten Lace & slip on Bed Wing Boots Black Lee Jeans New styles & colors in Kangaroo Jogger Canvas Shoes New stock of Men's & Boys' Thermal Underwear New Arrivals in Spring Dresses & Devon Coordinated Suits "S/nee 1907" New Colors in Polyester Crepe deChine LETTER TO THE ston, Derrick Plersol, Shalanna Sanabris, Patrick EDITOR Smith, Jennifer Brake, Dear Editor: David Fields, Ricky In the last few days of Gunkel, Lealey Harri Pau- the 1983 Session of Con- gress, an extra thirty billion dollars -,as ap- propriated to the interna- tional Monitary Fund, the World Bank and The Agency for International Development. This is, in fact an outright gift from the hard pressed Ameri- can taxpayers to the wealthiest people on Earth (the multi-national Bankers). The money is to be loaned to foreign coun- tries to help them make payments on their debts to the Multi-national Banks. Thus, the banks are protected, not only against the loss of their investments, but also against the possibility of failure to realize their intended profits. The Bankers have der- ived huge profits from their international lend- ing spree, while deliberat~ ly pushing domestic interest rates far beyond reason, and wrecking the economy of the United States. It was their own imprudent and immoral behavior that created the present situation. The decision to give an extra thirty billion dollars to the United Nations Financial Organizations will be followed by a re- quest for fifty billion this year. The United States Treasury doesn't even have the money to do this. It is being borrowed at astronomical interest rates from the same bankers. Therefore, the Bankers who created the problem will have doubled their profits at your expense and mine. It is unfair, immoral and un- constitutional to take money from the citizenry to guarantee the profita- bility of International Banking operations. If our government must provide the money to keep other nations from de- faulting on their debt payments, it is only fit- ting that the entire amount be raised by a special tax on the interest earned by Banks from their International loans. Any other means of financing this operation will create an economic catastrophe that will make the Great Depres- sion look like a picnic. Sincerely yours, James E. Willis Yale, OK =O" la Hatter, Jamey Hughes, Joey Lerner, Aleshia Low- ery, Emily Menig, Kristin Smith, Shelly Fairbanks, Loren Finley, Rochelle Johnson, Toni Lee, Holly Livingston, Coy Nivens, Beverly Phillips, Eddie Spaulding, Kristine Adams, Jenny Burch, Jew nine Flasch, Tim Hatter, Andy Hilbert, Amy John- ston, Dale Lindsey, Alecia Northcutt, Brenda Phillips, David Schneider, and Bon- nie Warren COYLE HS HONOR ROLL Denny Darrow, Coyle high school principal, has released the following honor rolls. Second Nine Weeks Superintendent's Honor Roll- Student must have a perfect 4.0 average. (All a's) Principal's Honor Roll - Student must have a 3.0 grade averhge. 08 average) Coyle Grade School Superintendent Derrick Piersol, Judy Freudenberger, Coy Nivens, Rebecca Albertson, Sherrie Albertson, Tammie Dawson, Jeanine Flasch, Leah Knudsen, Rodney Nottingham, Michelle Perrin Principal Brian Benson, Brian Bent- ley, John Bramlett, Sherrie Busbee, Davanna Hall, Coby Johnston, Greg Lind- sey, Jennifer Brake, David Fields, Ricky Gunkel, Pau- la Hatter, Jamey Hughes, Joey Lerner, Aleshia Low- ery, Kristin Smith, Todd Biggs, Tommy Clark, Shel- ly Fairbanks, Lorsn Finley, Rochelle Johnson, Toni I~e, Holly Livingston, Beverly Phillips, Eddie Spaulding, Jenny Burch, Elizabeth Crabtre~ Tim Hatter, Andy Hilbert, Amy Johnston, Dale Lindsey, Alecia North- cutt, David Schneider, Kristal Spangler, and Bon- nie Warren Grade School Semester Honor Roll Superintendent Judy Freudenberger, She~ rie Albertson, Tammie Dawson, Leah Knudsen, Rodney Nottingham, Michelle Perrin, Kristal Spangler Principal Brian Benson, John Bram- lett, Sherrie Busbee, Davanna Hall, Coby John- High School Honor Roll Second Nine Weeks A-Honor Roll- Must have at least 4 scholarship grades of A, with no grade below a B. 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