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INS JOURNAL-THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1997 PAGE-9 :ontinued from page one as the P-T bus, loaded with players and coaches, with a police escort. The first and second games City. A special appreciation night was also at the new gym. number one cede Pocola, 53-41, at Mid- before a large and vocal group of P-T fans. A press kept the talented Pocola team in a hole period. Junior Syretha Penn had the hot followed by Becky Thomas with 14, and Jes- Ginger Arthur, Mindy Wolfe, and Brown played aad tumble defense that kept the Pocola players SeCond half. 7 to 9 points ahead, but the Lady Demons kept from behind to win. The Alva victory, 54-42, with Brown scoring 24 points, followed by Tif- and Penn adding 7. game was a different story. Bethel, who had Demons March 1, at Bethel, 43-35, in the Re- and too consistent. Lady Demons scored: 7,8,3, and 16 points com- 3, 11, 14, and 14. Brown led the P-T scoring 9, and Becky Thomas with 8. couldn't buy a basket Saturday, but captured ) trophy and the hearts of the Perkins- year. CTWGA to hold Women's weekly Golf Association By Ruby Mangold The Cimarron Trails Playday on March 27. Format of play -- Throw Nine. 18 Hole Pairings 9:00 am.--Alma Focht and Sue Dollins 9:07 a.m.--Ruby Mangold and Betty Branstetter Robbie Holder and Earlene Lore 9:15 a.m.--Pat McCutchen, Opal Gann, Jean Platt and Beverly Evans, 9:22 a.m..--Shirley Chesbro, Kay Brannon Charlotte Chatburn and Wanda Van Hook 9:30 a.m.--Ruth Stites, Jean McIlvain, Audley Stewart and Sara Miller 9:37 am.--Tammy King, Darla Shurtz Bernie Armstrong and Wanda Strain will hold its weekly out Two of Lach Don't forget Business Meeting and March 17th Winners of Alternate Playday President's Flight--Robbie Holder "A" Flight---Alma Focht "B" Flight--Jean Platt Coffee on April 12th. Parent-Teacher conferences set The annual Perkins-Tryon High School and Middle School Par- ent-Teacher conferences have been set for March 20-21, school offi- cials announced. The days and time are: Thursday, March 20 from 3:30 to 7:30 p.m. and Friday, March 21 from 8:15 to 11:30 a.m. :: i :i~! x TOP PHOTO: Mindy Wolfe scores two in a layup shot against Bethel. LEFT PHOTO: Becky Thomas goes up for short jump shot in action against Bethel in the state championship game. Wolfe and Thomas are both juniors and are expected to re- turn next year. The Lady Demon seniors playing their last game were Jessica Brown, Sarah Eslinger, and Kasey McBride. School menu this week: turkey sandwich or chicken nug- MONDAY, March 24 - Break- gets; mased potatoes; corn; pine- fast: breakfast pup w/syrup or apple chunks; variety milk. asst. cereal; asst. fruit juice; .THURSDAY, March 27 toast for cereal, jelly; variety Breakfast: donut or asst. cereal; milk. Lunch: fried chicken or bacon; toast, jelly; asst. fruit chicken nuggets; mashed pota- juice; variety milk. Lunch: chili toes w/white gravy; peas; Rossi w/low fat cheese sticks or applesauce; wheat bread; variety chicken nuggets; tator tots; milk. crackers; fruit cocktail; variety TUESDAY, March 25 - Break- milk. fast: stuffed bagel or asst. cereal; ,FRIDAY, March 28 - gravy asst. fruit juice; toast, jelly, pea- sausage & biscuit or asst. cereal; nut butter; variety milk. jelly, peanut butter, margarine; Lunch: pepperoni pizza or asst. fruit juice; variety milk. chicken nuggets; salad; pears; A-la-carte offered daily at middle variety milk. and high school. Original Sub- ,WEDNESDAY, March 26 -. way sandwiches every Thursday Breakfast: scrambled egg w/ for $2.00each. sausage or asst. cereal; toast, jelly, peanut butter; asst. fruit juice; variety milk. Lunch: hot ..... :": :: ...... /:7: .............. !i ! ............ : ....... "" Wei! O :ii pair Appliances NAROWAR 111 S i M ) :i :: erkins 547-2477 Open Friday 8-6, Saturday 8-5:30 CONGRATULATIONS P-T Lady Demons As Runners-Up In State Class 3A We're Proud of YouI Morox R UILnN b. MOTO REWINDm6 Doug and Pam Roberson 1023 South Perkins Road .Stillwater joins United Cerebral Palsy in statewide promotion golf rig Cimarron have joined Cerebral aa in a fund- elp Oklaho- The 2nd ahoma Golf & waived or golf g the Al- of the book is hotels, breakfast golf )unts to are encour- of the 200 I Skills page books and head out on a golfing excursion. The books which offer one year of golfing discounts begins April 1, 1997 and ends March 31, 1998. The cost is $25 if mailed and $20 if picked up in person at one of two UCP offices: 1917 S. Harvard Dr., Oklahoma City or Warren Medical Building, 6465 S. Yale, Suite 215, Tulsa. For a complete list of the courses or to order, call 405-681-9611 or 800-UCP-2289. Books purchased as gifts for Father's Day, etc. can be mailed directly to the recipient. United Cerebral Palsy of Okla- homa, established in 195"1 and incorporated in 19621, is cel- ebrating its 40th year of helping Oklahomans with disabilities. From 1992-95, UCP has been ranked by Money Magazine as one of the top five health chari- ties in the country. I II 80 ACRES OF LINCOLN COUNTY LAND SATURDAY, March 29, 1997 Beginning at 10 A.M. (rain or shine) RONALD and HELEN UPSHAW TRUST, owner= ,8ale To Be Con~ I~/ Luster Realty and Auction Co. DEWAYNE LUSTI~ & A88OCIATXS Broker and Auctlon~e~s Perry, Oklahom r PAYNE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS-3 MILES EAST OF STILLWATER HUGE, SEMI TRUCKLOAD OF HOME IMPROVEMENT, SHOP, LAWN & GARDEN: POWER TOOLS, HAND TOOLS, HARDWARE, ELECTRIC & PLUMBING FIXTURES, CARPET REMNANTS, WORK LIGHTS, LADDERS, MUCH MUCH MUCH MORE! TERMS: CASH, PERSONAL CHECKS W/PROPER I.D., ALL ITEMS WILL BE PAID FOR AND PICKED UP THE DAY OF SALE. ITEMS BECOMES THE PROPERTY AND THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE BUYER WHEN AUCTIONEER SAYS SOLD. .ALL ITEMS ARE SOLD "AS IS", "WHERE IS". NO WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE IMPLIED OR EXPRESSED. INSPECTION: MERCHANDISE ITEMIZED SALE BILLS AND INSPECTION AVAILABLE AT 8:30a.m. DAY OF SALE 123 W. HARTMAN* STILLwATER, OK* 74075 40 624-1 1 1 , AUCTIONEER