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Cancer Drive Starts April 1 About Can. Learn...The Seven Know Can- t,,Seven Warning Sig- is the message that little orange, brown, leaflets..about 45 of them--will be to people across beginning April will be the start of the American Cancer Society's educational and fund raising Crusade it was announced today by Mrs. Ellen Dickson and Mrs. Joan McDaniel, Co-Chairmen. The Crusade supports the ACS programs of Research, Education, Service and Rehabilitation. "We want to help save more lives in Payne County so we hope to put a leaflet in every home", declared Mrs. Dickson. "Let's check them out" suggests the leaflet, citing do's and don'ts for the prevention or early detection of cancer. For example, for lungs, "don't smoke"; for the skin, "don't over sun"; for women, "do monthly BSE (breast self examina- tion); for oral protection, "do see your dentist or doctor for a regular mouth checkup; for cervical cancer "do have a pap test and pelvic exam"; for colon-rectum safety "do have a procto exam at checkup time of over 40." And for overall protection, have a regular health checkup. The Seven Warning Sig- nals identify certain condi- tions that should be immedi- ately checked out by a physician. "At present rates more than 225,000 Americans will , ..... baseball team is carrying a 3-7 record as of press time this week. Top left to right are: Perri Ahhaitty, Dwayne Craig Baird, Jim Bickell, Kelvin Smith, Bunch, Mark Anderson, Randy Fowble, Huffman, Dean Oliver, Jerry Anderson Bottom row, left to right: Billy Womack, Todd Smalley, Clay Bridenstine, Greg Baker, Guy Rose, Pecos Bridenstine. Roger Norrie. Keith Evans. Not pictured are Dale Hewet, Scott Bassett, Terry Ventris and Pete Garrett. Coach is Eddie Bunch. Demons Sacrifice Lions Perkins-Tryon High Sc- hool baseball team met the ier Lions Wednesday night in Perkins. With home field luck our Demons over powered the Lions 7-5. In the fourth inning the Demons were well ahead the Lions 5-3. The fifth inning neither team could get any points. On each other, while in the sixth the Lions got two more runs in and tied the game until the ninth inning. That inning Kelvin Smith slugged a home run with one guy already on the base. The Demons went on to victory, beating Luther 7 to 5. Perkins-Tryon got 7 runs, 13 hits and only 2 errors while Luther got 5 runs, 4 hits, 4 errors. The winning pitcher of the game was Randy Fowble who pitches S innings. The leading hitter was Todd Smalley who had 3 for 4, Anderson 2-4, Smith 3-5, Norrie 2-4, Womack 1-4, Evans 1-3, Bickle 1-4. by Steve Allen be saved from cancer in 1977. But we already have the scientific knowledge and know how to save another 113,000 who could be saved by earlier diagnosis and prompt treatment", said Mrs. McDaniel. The little leaflet with the lifesaving hints will be distributed nationally by more than 2,300,000 volun- teers. "We of Perkins urge everyone to give generously to the American Cancer Society this year. It is a Crusade for life and we want to wipe out cancer in your lifetime", she said. Personal Mr. and Mrs. John Weems and two daughters Linda and Joyce of Copperas Cove, Texas and Mr. and Mrs. John Harkelroad of Waynoka were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weems this past week. BIRTHDAY DINNER FOR VERA JARVIS Visiting in the R.D. Jarvis home over the weekend and for a covered dish luncheon in the dining hall of the Methodist Church were their children and relatives. Est- her Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. W.F. Coffey, Okla. City; Mrs. Mary Thompson, Mrs. Gertrude Brumfield, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brumfield of Watonga, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Livingston and Ronnie Livingston of Ann- Demon Sports.W Track is shaping UP for Demonettes Thirty high school and junior high Demonettes traveled to Hominy last Saturday for their second track meet of the week. The girls left Perkins at an early 6:30 but in a few cases the early Demonettes got the medal. Hominy and Newkirk tied for first place and Perkins came home with fifth. Three girls from Perkins came home with medals in their hand. Linda Parrack did a good job on the high jump and came home with second. Billie Lincoln had a very outstanding day with first place in the 220 and 440 yard dash. April Baker got third in the Districk throw. Others that contributed to the points scored were Ida Cretsinger with fourth in the mile and Emma Evans got fifth in the hurtles. Coach Madison said that "Our girls are really shaping up and are doing better every track meet." Next track meet is March 4. By Rick Hamilton Junior High wins at Hennessey March 26th 80 yd. Hurdles, 1st Dewayne Deaver, 2nd Scott Higgins. 100 yd. Dash, 1st Clint Wardin. 880 yd. Run, 2nd, Scott Higgins. 220 yd. Dash, 3rd Billy Womack Shot 1st, Dewayne Dea- rer, 2nd Albert Bunch. Discus, 1st, Albert Bunch, 2rid Mark Irwin. Long Jump, Ist Billy Womack, 2nd Scott Higgins. High Jump, 2nd, Dwayne Denver, 3rd Billy Womack. Others competing Barry Moreland, Steve Breeden, John Moore, Tracey Jarvis, Abe Shuckakosee, Frank Murray, and Dale Hewett. Mr. Launer is the coach. Perkins-Tryon had many winners. The Journal, Thursday, March 31, 1977-5 darko, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coffey and Cheryl Coffey of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grimm, San Antonio, Texas; Mr. 'and Mrs. Steve Dilling- ham, Stillwater, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Beckham and son Cameron, Piano, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hastings, Emporia, Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Jones, Norman, Okla.; Mrs. Rosa Jarvis, Perkins; Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jarvis, Donnie, Frankie and Dale, Perkins; Mrs. Jammye Scott, Robbie Stefne and Scotty, Edmond; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grant, Burr Oak, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Beckham, Pacos, Tex- as, Mr. and Mrs. G.G. Deininger, Canyon Lake, Texas. Occasion being the birthday of Mrs. Jarvis. Roundup Club will have trail ride April 3 Several topics of discus- sion were on the agenda for the Perkins Round-Up Club meeting Thursday night. More details were figured out for the Junior rodeo and the classes were set up. Next month is of course 89'era Celebration and any- one interested in going to the rodeo can buy advanced tickets from Sandy Young- ker. Any member who plans on riding in the parade must be dressed in chocolate-- brown pants, long-sleeved white shirt, and a light- colored straw hat. If you have a tie and blanket be sure to bring them or else the club will furnish them. Anyone not dressed in this attire will not be allowed to ride in the parade. Well, it's getting that time of year for jackpots. The OCA will have one the 17th of April. The action will be down at the Perkins arena and will start at 2 p.m. April 3rd needs to be marked on your calendar as we plan to have a trail ride, pot luck dinner, and spend the afternoon playing at the arena. The trail ride starts at 10 a.m. with the dinner scheduled for 12:30 p.m. So bring your horse and vittles and come on out for a day of fun and relaxation Demonettes Tie for 5th Place A few tickets left for All Sports Banquet Demonettes tracksters tied Tuttle for fifth place last Thursday at a Shawnee track meet. The Demonettes left Per- kins about 7:00 a.m. bound for O.B.U. to start their endless day on the field. When the girls were through with their events, four girls from Perkins-Tryon School had received individual medals. Billie Lincoln got first in the 220 and third in the 440. Linda Parrack cleared 4:10 to get second in the high jump and Ida Cretsinger got third in the mile run. "All the girls did a good job," commented Co- ach Earl Madison. by Rick Hamilton Demon All-sports Banquet will be held April 19, 1977, at 7:00 p.m. Bob Williams, Oklahoma Coaches Associa- tion Executive Secretary, will be the speaker. There will be a few tickets for the public to buy at $3.00 each. If you wish one, see Mr McIIvain. SUPPORT YOUR TEAM..WE DO..SEE YOU AT THE GAME BLUMER'S CHAMPLIN STATION $47-2446 148 S. MAIN HARVEY BRIXEY FARMERS UNION INSURANCE 547.2849 547.2421 f CORNER FASHIONS 101 S. CIMARRON AUTO PARTS STUMBO & W. SECOND HARLAND WELLS DEL-MARS FOOD STORE 547.2S55 219 S. MAIN CIMARRON VALLEY COOP, INC. 547.m 247. VASSAR COMPANY. $4ff4414 207 N. MAIN OLSON HARDWARE .CO., 547.2472 111 S. MAIN PERKINS PLUMBING SHOP $470A70 111 S. MAIN WHISTLE STOP lb. RAI.PH'S PACKING COMPANY N,W, O1 EBUlI BAKER'S DRY GOODS 547.2461 102 S. STRODE FUNERAL HOME 547-2100 372-$ BII'L AND jOAN./Vk:DANIEL FRIEDA'S FLOWER.SHOP 547-2"/63 104 N.W. CHANTRY CARL AND CLEO ROSE BOWYER'S GARAGE 547.0n wear grave. MOSER'S TRADING POST AND SHOE REPAIR SC/-7/t6 02N.MAJN CASTEEL-LUSTER REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION SERVICE 336.94 PEiHff, OK. PAYNE COUNTY BANK :le2 S. IDdN PERKINS 'Y,' LIVESTOCK AUCTION N.W. OF EDJIS IOA RANCH CELEBRATES 25TH ANNIVERSARY! (From Page 1) There are books and reading lamps which provide ample space for homework. In addition, the dining area accomodates the entire "fa- mily" and "Grace" is said before meals, The recreation room allows a measure of companionship which teac- hes the youngsters better how to get along with others. Besides the obvious need for a kitchen for hungry boys there are adequate bedrooms which sleep two boys to each room and several bathrooms. "the total ranch consists of about five farms in the area covering over 665 acres. The office headquarters are located one mile further west and has two full time staff members and one half time worker. A nature trail and outside classrooms along with various points of interest are being developed. In 1967, IO.A. Rancher Rusty Behne won the Lions Club Essay Contest. (Perkins Journal, Jan. 263 he was president of the Sophomore Class, letterman in football and broke the track record! He was an excellent student and council member, who's who in High School and in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. When asked ques- tions concerning Church Youth Leadership. Rusty answered, "The most im- portant was learning the I.O.A. Creed." All the boys attend public school and do chores as any other farm youngster would be expected to perform. Each is allowed to participate in any sport he desires if he qualifies on an equal basis with other students. They attend church as a group.