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ins OSU Student CARNEY MAN FOUND DEAD CARNEY - 73 year old John ires Student Teaching Clark, was found dead by his son after a two-day search by law of- ricers, relatives and concerned (Payne) Heldermon, a volunteers. The man died of of Perkins-Tryon High received her student natural causes, according to from theCol- Sheriff A. T. Brixey. Officers at Oklahoma think Clark must have walked away from his home in Carney a special education sometime February 14. Family s been assigned to Lincoln members began the search and law officers were contacted. The the spring semester, civil defense helpecL Clark's sons High School found him about a mile from a the semester, relative's house a few hours after the daughter of Mr. and the search had been called off. He Payne, 11Timberline was a retired truck driver, a veteran of WWII and the Korean Conflict. -- Winners at The Perkins Journal Thursday, March 2. 1989 -- PAGE 9 The Perkins Livestock Show-- by Demon All.Sports Booster Club Entry Fees: 5th Grade through School ................ $1 Adult Men (18-35).... $5 Adult Women [18-30). $5. Women, 30 & Up...$5.00 Men 35 & Up ...... $5.00 Rules: in News in Full. INFORMATION: the Bomt Club will not for accidents or be aent home next week informattoa and tree the one below. stand all during OK 74059 by Eades Hdwe. or Niles tad 6th Girls ~d 6th Boys 8th #ria 8th . - Boys z h;ehool.Girls & Ferrell, CPA Age Group ( ) High School-Boys ( ) Young Adult Men (18435) ( ) Young Adult Wom(18-30) ( ) Adult Women (30 & Up) ( ) Adult Men (35 & Up) Deadline Dennis Kastl of the Co-op congratulates Champion Lamb. Friday, March Amy Kinzie (right) helps Scott Champion Steer. Payne County Well Represented At OF U Convention Thdre were sixty-five delegates from Payne County and Perkins among the 950 .family4avmers and~ ranchers, mombers, .agents, etc.~ participating in the second largest Oklahoma Farmers Union conven- tion in history on February 19-21. The Convention was held at the Lincoln Plaza Hotel and Conference Center in Oklahoma City. 'q'here is Power in the Triangle" was the theme of the 84th annual convention with OFU President Jack Kelsey presiding. The world is not round. It's flat- tened st the poles and bulging in the middle, a shape known as an oblate spheroid. MARCH 4-11 Saturday, March 4 6:30 p.m. Lawrence Welk: Television's Music Man A c, sk~at~on of me ~ career of America's most populm band leader 9:00 p.m. Country Music Legends W~e Nelson, Loena Lynn, Johnny Cash and o~he~s salute country legends Sunday, March 5 7:00 p.m. Nature: Meorkats United/The Bee Team Ea~om me ttm~gal, a ~y mon~ horn A/r/c.a and me bee-eater. 8:00 p.m. Jimmy Doolittle: An American Hero Thi= spociai WO~IOs me kfe and catao of the dan~evil I~lOf whose famous Tokyo Raid it~l~md ~Ho41ywood movie. "30 Secocg:ls Over Tokyo" Monday, March 6 7:00 p.m. National Geographic: "Sharks" Old myths iu'e dished and new q uesuons raised in this spectacular film about one ol me meet teared creatures on ~'lh---ffm sharkl 8:00 p.m. National Geographic: "Australia's Animal Mysteries" See ~ extraordinary w~de of Au~tralm, most of which ex, sts nowhere e~tm In ttm wodd Tuesday, March 7 7:00 p.m. NOVA: "Secrets of Easter island" The anc~mt myslenes ol Eaatm Island are examined, from the strange populalio~ 04 me pa~t to me CUlture found them today 9:00 p.m. All Creatures Great and Small (Double Feature) Wednesday, March 8 7:00 p.m. National Geographic: "Thou Wonderful Dogs" This pr~e speclai looks at I~e hmtery O! OOgS and me rote Ihey play in t~un9, war; bering, r~ oflerm and ha~ping t~a tm,,~.~ped 8:00 p.m. "Anne of Green Gablea-Part 1" Joi~ ~ u~ el Ana~ Shirley. aa she amvo~ at Gte~m Gaffes, desperam Io be loved ~ eager to please h~" newly adopted famdy Thureday, March 9 8:00 p.m. "Anne of Green Gables-Part 2" Tune-ln kx ~ oonclus~o~ of me story ol Anne Sl~dey as she discovers her nictm in O'm ac.m,',~emi wer k:l. Friday, March 10 8:00 p.m. Nstional Geographic: "Those Wonderful Dogs" g:OO p.m. OETA Movie Club: "The Glenn Miller Story" Nm, stwnng Jwnmy Stewart and Jtme All..on. toltow~ me kfe story of lamou~ I~o~bo43~t and bandleaO~ C.-,k~n I~. Saturday, March 11 7:00 p.m. The Glenn Miller Band Reunion L~to~ to me fH~ctaoular hitS #ore me ~ and 40~,. 9:00 p.m. Sentimental Swing: Tommy Derby ~om tag band and r~ to ~be~ and pop, oetebmts t~e nms~ I pail to OETA~ Feslvid 119 by: Stacey Shenold on her Grand Show judge Joe Navrath of Stroud (right) presents Bradley Pierce;: trophy for Grand Champion Swine entry. .'" i:~ ~ /i~ Chelsea Cobb had the Champion Dairy Heifer at the Perkins Livestock- Shenold with his award for the Grand Show Saturday. "~.~ Heat pump "We recommend heat pumps all the time. They're a good system; they're an energy- efficient system; and people fire happy with them:' Claude Drabek Drabek & Hill, Inc., Oklahoma City, OK "A heat pump will provide you with warm comfort in the wintertime and a nice, cool home in the summer:' ,L t 7 2~ ?" n c~ 2 "One of my customers has expressed the ' reduction in operating costs by about 30 percent:' " Brent Niles '" Peak Energy Heating & Air Conditioning, '" Edmond, OK ', "The warranties on the new high-efficiency heat pumps today range anywhere from 5 to I 0 years on the compressor:' Larry Flint Brian Meadows .? DuabAire A/C & Heating, Oklahoma City, OKAcme-Reecc Air Conditioning & ? Refrigeration, Inc., Muskogee, OK ," "I feel the main benefits of a heat pump are :',. the even temperature and the energy savings:' "The heat pump is a total comfort system ; Sherry White that the American people can have ,, A&L Heat & Air, Inc., Moore, OKconfidence in year 'round:' Tom Atchley "People are looking at their energy dollars Oren Atchley Company, Inc., Ft. Smith, AR< and ways to save money in the future, and ,: l thinkthe heat pumpis the coming thing The all-season heat : for the future:' Gal French pi y Steven's Refrigeration & Heating, inc., pum s our best Enid, o~ choice. And that s a ,: fact. Call OG&E or your heat pump dealer :! for more information. July 21-30 Oklahoma City f 3