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The Journal, Thursday, March 24, 1977.5 00erry Pirates Demons 14-2 Perkins Town Meeting 100 Demons were de- last Monday after- on the home diamond Perry Maroons. After a lead of 1-0 in the first inning off a Mark Bunch home run, Demons were unable to again until the 5th With Perry scoring 3 runs in the 2nd inning, 4 in the 3rd and 7 in the 4th, the Demons' 2 runs in the 5th inning weren't enough to pull them past Perry's 14-3 win. Pecos Bridenstine led off the Demon hitting with 2 of their 5 hits. Todd Smalley, Kelvin Smith and Mark Bunch each had 1 hit, with Mark Bunch hitting a home run over the right field fence. Perry had two home runs, with Beisel and Klein taking the honors. Dewane Deaver was the losing pitcher for the Demons, giving up 9 hits and 14 runs to Perry. Cecil Beisel was the winning pitcher for Perry giving up 5 hits and only 3 runs. "I feel that when we got our errors cut down we will have a pretty good team" stated coach Bunch. "We had 12 errors and Perry had none and so far errors are the only thing that has been keeping us from having a winning season." by Keith Disney Junior High Demons Win Track went to Chandler, Thursday, March 17. did very good for their meet as out of 12 Competing, five came The winners and 9th Grade 100 yard dash: Warden, lst; Dwayne Deaver, 2nd; 220 yard dash; Billy Womack, lst; Jeff Campbell, 2nd; 440 yard dash; Tracey Jarvis, 2rid; Scott Higgins, 3rd; 880 yard run; Scott Higgins, lst; 70 yard hurdles: Dwayne Dea- vet 2nd; Scott Higgins, 4th; Shot: Albert Bunch, lst; Moore P-T Demons met Wednesday for the time this season. The were still smarting a defeat in the first by the Demons and unwilling to give up John Moore, 2nd; Mark Irwin, 3rd; Discus: John Moore, lst; Mark Irwin, 2nd. 7th Division: 100 yard dash: Kevin Foster, 3rd; 220 yard dash: Kevin Foster, 3rd; Long Jump: Kevin Foster, 3rd. Others that competed for the Demons included: Dale Hewett, Frank Murray, Steve Breeden, Barry More- land, Bruce Field, Wade Fields, Chris Goforth, Frank Pool, Nick Westbrook, Eric Smith, Brad Clayborn and Freddie Pitts. defeated by Carney until the defeated Perkins Mark the losing pitcher. 13-11. The game started with a Mark Bunch was thetied score 5-5 in the first pitcher for the Demons. He inning, but in the fifth gave.up only six hits to the Carney took the lead 12-9 Bulldog Pitcher's I0, but the and the Demons were unable two extra runs the Bulldogs to catch up even after adding managed to score made 2 more runs to their tally. Make All.Area Team year athletes are for the All Area Team COaches from: Glencoe, Ripley, Mulhull Orlan- Agra and chosen from High School for the boys. The P-T were: guards Linda Parrack, Christine Evans, and forward Laura McCutc- hen. Dawn Bradley, Shawn Clark, Kelly Smalley and Jennifer Dodrill were chosen for honorable mention. Congratulations from the Demon Staff go to these athletes. bemonettes take honors Q track meet Kelvin Smith was the leading hitter for the Demons with 3 for 4. Mark Anderson trailed him with 2 lotS. Demons 10 hits, 11 runs, 13 errors and 3 B.B. Bulldogs, 6 hits, 13 runs, 9 erros and 11 B.B. Demonettes their debut in track Year when they got 7th in the Stillwater track Saturday. The girls came home with honors were Billie got third in both and 440 yard dash, with Parrack getting third Other girls that contributed to the Demonettes points were Gina Gray with 5th in the mile run, Emma Evans 4th in the 880 low hurdles, and Gladys Anderson with fourth in the discus throw. Coach Madison remarked that we did a good job considering the weather. by Rick Hamilton 2nd place in Junior Hi&h Tournament, "Swinging Cyclones Coach: Mark Bunch [Back row] L-R: Darin Casey, John Hoover, Mike Grass. [Front row] Donnie Gay, Glaenn Kinney. ili! Winners of last week's junior high basketball tournament were: Ist place in Junior High Tournament: "Out of Sights "--Back row: L-R: Billie Lincoln, Coach: Teresa Turner, Diana Herring,. Gabriel Sine, Deana Colvin, Rhonda Lonenick, asst. coach. [Front row] L-R: Barbara Reynolds, Donna Goforth, Debbie Hunter, Billie Rae Allen. Ist place in Junior High Tournament--"The Sixers": Coach: Time Varvil, Back row: L-R: Craig Bradley, Timmy Ventris, Robert Wall. [Front row] Danny Mayfield, Kevin McNew, Mark Downey. 2nd place in Junior High Tournament--"Demonettes".-Back row: L-R: Linda Smith, Coach: Autumn Baker, Jinny Bunch, Anita Allen, Coach. Kim Chaney, Julie Payne. [Front row] L-R: Kristi Houck. SUPPORT YOUR TEAM.. tVEI DO..SEE YOU AT THE GAME DEL-MARS FOOD STORE 547-2.$55 219 S. MAIN CIMARRON VALLEY CO?OP, INC. 547-2700 247. MAIN BLUMER'S CHAMPLIN STATION $47-2446 148 S. MAIN HARVEY BRIXEY FARMERS UNION INSURANCE VASSAR COMPANY 207N. MAIN OLSON HARDWARE. ,CO. CORNER FASHIONS .547.2849 101 S. MAIN CIMARRON AUTO PARTS 547-2421 ffrUMBO & W. SECOND 547.2461 HARLAND WELLS BAKER'S DRY GOODS mS' STRODE FUNERAL HOME BII'L AND JOAN McDANIEL FRIEDA'S FLOWER. SHOP 104 N.W. CHANTRY CARL AND CLEO ROSE MOSER'S TRADING POST AND SHOE REPAIR 547-27O8 2O2 N. MAIN CASTEEL.LUSTER REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION SERVICE 336-9458 PERRY, OK. PAYNE COUNTY BANK PERKINS 'Y: UVESTOCK AUCTION s47 .w. or F.s 111 S. MAIN r is Saturday PERKINS PLUMBING SHOP 7-70 , . 111V2 S. WHISTLE .STOP BOWYER'S GARAGE .5474100 MT#0 Communication means "to make common by imparting, sharing,.and passing along." The town meeting project which calls for 100 commu- nities to participate in local town meetings on March 26, 1977, will, perhaps, create a new togetherness for small communities. President of the Board of Trustees said, "During the 1976 Bicenten- nial celebration 26 Oklahoma communities organized town meetings. Citizen participa- tion was a new experience for many who attended and a new community spirit was the result," committee presi- dent added. "This year with nearly 250 gatherings, the opportunity will again be made available to Oklaho- mans everywhere." If communication break- downs can create awkward- ness and thoughtlessness between members of a family or friends, even a nation, how often, then, this can happen in small com- munities or towns. Clement Atlee said, "The people of the worlds are islands, shouting at one another over seas of misunderstanding." Direct citizen involvement through town meetings can become a social instrument "in creating the new fiber of our social fabric." Communication is dialo- gue. The words, community and communication, have much in common. The town meeting calls for business- community dialogue. Thus it can be a method to bring the consumer and businessman together, build mutual re- spect, and develop health and pride in both sectors, the town meeting committees feel. The small town has much to offer the community. In the words of Thomas Wolfe, "Men are strangers. They are lonely, forsaken, exiled on this earth. They are born, live, and die alone," many times in the larger cities. Thus, the exodus to town and country for a new quality of life, a new burst of self-confidence, a new sense of responsibility, and a new, realistic hope in the future. The small town dare not ignore this challenge to growth. The Perkins Town Meet- ing schedule is structured along the suggested outline for other Oklahoma towns as follows: 12:30--Hosting: Coffee and doughnuts as commu- nity gather. l:00--Welcome: Commu- nity Sing-Patty Johnson. l:30--"The New Commu- nity and Town Meeting" ll/ Town Meeting Volunteer. 1:45--Workshop: "The Challenges Facing Our Com- munity". 3:IS--Coffee Break: Com- munity Photo Display 3:30--"The New Citizen" Town Meeting Vollmteer. 3:45--Workshop: "The Proposals for Our Town" A time to brainstorm ideas for the future of Perkins and plan proposals for future action. S:lS--Reporting Plenary: Town Meeting Volunteer-- Presenting reports from workshops--Evaluation of the day--Presentation of Com- munity song, story, symbol, and slogan. 6:00--Presentation of Town Meeting Report. Businessmen met Thurs. day with Galen Holsinger and Deimar Niles to discuss town meeting plans. A Senior Citizens program was presented Monday night at the Center in regard to their participation and contribu- tion to the town meeting. In the Town Meeting 100, the community gathers, faces its challenges, and the participants respond and propose a practical vision of operation through respon- sible citizenship, business expansion, and community development.