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4.The Journal, Thursday, March 10, 1977 23 P.T 4.H and FFA students make sale Galen Holsinger, president of the Payne County Bank, is pictured here with Ran@ Bostian and his animal, 9th place winner in the Heavy Duroc Division, which Mr. Holsinger bought. Karen Kirby with Champion Southdown. Kevin Vassar standing in for buyer [father] Jack Vassar. Payne County Junior Livestock Show held March 1,2,3, was a big success. Increased interest among students and county busi- nessmen saw more livestock entries and a larger premium sale. Seventy animals were sold in the premium auction Thursday night for a sale total of $11,051, plus $3,495 add on money. Twenty-three Perkins-Tryon 4-H and F.F.A. members made the sale. They were: Jeff Brown- grand champion hog on his Hamp.; Randy Fowble-re- serve grand champion on his York. Jerry Anderson-re- serve champion Duroc. An- gle Sharp-champion corss. Gladys Anderson-champion Chester. Cindy Chesney-re- serve champion Hamp. Tammy Lore-reserve cham- pion York. Kelly Taylor-re- serve champion Cross. Guy Rose-lst light spot. Jodi Sharp- 5th heavy Hamp. Andy Schroeder-5th heavy Duroc. Sandy Youngker-6th heavy Duroc. Cindy Rose-lst middle York. Mark Ander- son-3rd heavy Chester. Mike Cameron-3rd middle Cross. Randy Bostian-9th heavy Duroc. Todd Higgins-2nd light Chester. Harold Payne- 1st light Cross. Sheep: Janet Hart-reserve champion Suffolk. Jennifer Dodrill-reserve champion Dorset. Karen Kirby-cham- pion Southdown. Rodeny Matheson-2nd heavy Cross. Robert Wall-lst light Dorset. The 4-H and F.F.A. members of Perkins-Tryon salute area businessmen for making the 1977 Payne County Premium Sale a big success. / Randy Fowble proudly poses with Long Boy, his Yorkshire, that placed Reserve Grand Champion, at the Payne County Fat Stock Show and Dwayne Darrow, representative of the Cimarron Valley Coop who bought Long Boy in the Premium Sale. Long Boy wili go to Enid this week and be shown in the North West Oklahoma Junior Livestock Show. .... ............ t Want Ads by Leslie Evans Wanted--Elevator shoes for Jody Pitts. For Rent--A live doll that walks, talks, and kisses. Contact Steve Allen. For Sale--Used genius that does homework for you. LOst--A good looking jun- ior guy with lots of beauty marks. If not found with in 24 hours funeral arrangements will be made. Where are you F.B. Wanted--New bathrooms. Wanted-Someone to keep Scot H. busy. Wanted--Paul Brower. Contact a certain sophomore girl with initials L.E. Wanted--P-T band to win district. Wanted--An easy test in biology. Wanted--A good track team. Wanted--A new place to go. Wanted--Money for the sophomore class. Wanted--A fairly good used term paper. Wanted--A good used term paper. Wanted--Willing girls con- tact Richard Baker. Wanted--Two months' lon- ger vacation (summer). March Birthdays Newest Club in school is the Redskin Society with officers: President, Mike Fields: Vice-President. Billie Lincoln: Secretary.Treasurer, Emma Evans: and Reporters. Katie Lincoln. Tommy Rice, Shelly McKostato. Members shown left to right Members shown left to right [Bottom row] Bruce Fields, Wade Fields. Jeff Boyhylle, Kaye Gray. Perri Ohhaitty, Franky Murry, Tommy Rice, Bobby Fields. Mike Fields, Christine Evans. [Front Row] Jackie Murry, Brenda Fields. Rosemary Rice. Shelly McKosato, Gina Gray, Bettie Lincoln, Renee Lincoln, and Jennifer Payne. Ronny Lomenick Rhonda Lemenick Sherry Higgins Tari Luster Richard Reynolds Shelly Armstrong Robert Campbell Dayna Edwards Scott Bassett James Shaddy John Pricer " ' Mike Cameron Clint Warden Bryan Henigman Randy Bostain dana Moore Darroyl Garrett By Mike Byrd Calendar of Events Thursday, March 10- Semi Girls Junior High Basketball Tournament. Baseball at Crescent 3:30 p.m. Monday, March 14-Finais Junior High Basketball Tou- rnament. Baseball here with Perry, 2:00 p.m. Band Boosters, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 15-Na. tional School Assembly, $.35, 7th-12th $.25 6th and under. Baseball at Mann- ford, 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 16- Baseball here with Carney, 3:30 p.m. Thursday, March 17-End of the nine weeks. Friday, March 18-OEA Northern District Meeting at Stillwater, SCHOOL WILL BE CLOSED. Baseball here with Coyle, 3:30 p.m. Saturday, March 19-Girls High School Track at Sitllwater. School March 14-17, 1977 MONDAY Roast Beef w/Gravy Whipped Potatoes Carrot Coins Sliced Peaches Peanut Butter Brownies Hot Rolls Milk TUESDAY Meat Loaf Green Beans Cole Slaw Pineapple Delight S.M. Bread Milk WEDNESDAY Brown Beans Hash Browned Potatoes Sliced Onions Fruit Cup Bulgur Rolls Milk THURSDAY Turkey Pot Pie Cheese Biscuits Mixed Vegetables Celery and Carrot Sticks Lime Whip Milk FRIDAY No Schooll Perkins- Tryon DF,00.cTCtt Editorial Rec Hall is Closed What are the kids so sad about? Could it be because the Rec Hall is closing? No more foosball, pool, or shooting the bull. Kids who are late for class will have to find new and better excuses. What will the result be for closing the Rec? Will there be gang fighting at Delmar's parking lot? Who knows? Kids will be wandering around at night. Perkins just won't be the same without the Rec Hall. Kids wiU be going to Stillwater to the "Strip" to bring back old memories of the Rec. Why did the Rec close down? Do some of you who are griping the most realize that you might have been instrumental in its closing? When you were pouring ice down the pockets of the pool table and poking holes in the ceiling with your cue sticks did your conscience hurt you just a little? Mr. Payne's remarks were: "I think all kids should have some place to go, and it breaks my heart to have to close the recreation hall, but when you see kids put out cigarettes on the carpet and carve on brand new chairs, you can't keep on getting new things for them to destroy." "I realize that most of the kids appreciated the Rec Hall and were well behaved." he continued, "but the destruc- tive on hmv rmn4 n ta have to close it for keep the things we like. everyone." Remember when you It is a pity when all kids laughing at a fool you have to suffer because of him feel like he is a irresponsibility of a few.. By Maybe if those of us who like Delbert nice things would try to keep our friends in line we could Johnny Payne closes the Rec Hall doors once but this time for good. PEP CLUB VARIETY SHOW The annual Pep Club Variety Show will be held on March 31 at 7:30. Any acts-singing, dancing, skits, novelty acts are really needed to make this years show a success. If you wish to participate contact Miss Biggs by March 25. Make plan s now to attend this years Pep Club Variety Show, a truly evening of fun. Some people are wondering, why did they close the Rec Hall? The picture should explain. Odie Faulk Speaks to Juniors P-T Juniors got history first hand Thursday Feb- ruary 24, when Odie Faulk, professor and head of OSU Histou Department spoke to them about his new book on Dodge City Kansas. Mr. Fauik has written 29 books and has appeared on The 2 Today Show and other talk 2 shows. 6 Mr. Faulk talked about the 7 marshals and what they did. 9 he also reported, "Fort 9 Dodge was established main. I0 ly with what some people call 11 galvanized Yankees." 12 Mr. Faulk ended his talk 15 by saying, "Dodge City 18 when faced with a bleak 18 future capitalized on tourism 22 to make the city famous. 24 People pay now to see 24 "plastic history" in Boot Hill 25 cemetery or museum." 29 Leslie Evans & Sandy Hancock The Juniors sit on the edges of their seats as they listen to Professor tells how the West was really won.