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PAGE 8- Tile Perkins Journal, Thursday, May 6. 1993 Shop Perkins and Save -0000?c/ency tip /sit/ve trimly  !L_.. Install your electric water heater close to the point of use. A shorter pipe means less 00.1t heat loss and lower costs. ,,.e,c =.. gOOl St00/tl00S Ott llal Doore Open at 5 p.m. - Monday-Saturday O" 3 3 3 " A I 6 p.m. Game Guaranteed 1150 Last 25 e Mini Game i 2 Guaranteed Games 1249 =1 Per Sheet. Session Speed Guaranteed Game s. q Per Sheet or 3 foP2 - 2 Guaranteed 1200 Games Paradise Slclel - '1 Par Sheet - Session Speed Tdple Bingo With Wild #. q Per Sheet $ __0_ U-Pick-Em 18#s or Less- Will Increase '100 Nlghlly up to .000 (ConsolaUon '100) Odd/Even Bonanza Bonanza Blackout - 6#s or less 00 =1 Per Sheet or 3 for =2 (Consolation I100) 3 Guaranteed Gamee - q Per Sheet - Session Speed SENIOR CITIZENS NEWS BY BETTY BEELER Folks I am going to cut this short this week but don't forget our Annual Memorial Day Dinner coming up on May 31. We will have chicken and noodles, beans, slaw, hot bread, pies and cakes. All homemade, so we do hope you plan to join us. There was quite a bit of activity at the center last week getting ready for the garage sale held last Saturday. We want to thank all those that helped with this. Several put in lots  hours. We do appreciate you. At Monday night's music we - A city vacuum & sewlng " People may coma & go. But for 25 yrs. you know 1012 S. Main la the place to go. Dlrt Devil Pro Plus #6270 @ $98.95. 743-3332 We want to thank our fro'ends and relatives for their prayers, cards, flowers &food. The Charles MurliJ SIRLOIN TIPS 3.99 fmished selling the chances on the outdoor yard ornament made by Bill Cox. The lucky winner was David Sasser. Congratulations, David. We brought in $80 thanks to all of you and a big thanks to Bill Cox. The ladies have the quilt out of the frame and are getting ready to put another on in. Music was great with over 70 present plus 15 musicians. We want to thank Lois McKaughn and Kay Cain for being hostesses and to those who assisted in the kitchen. O.K. folks, we'll see you next week. Tryon Tigers open season with 2 wins By Trish Cobb The Tryon Tigers Coach-Pitch H team opened its season with a 16-0 shutout May 1 of Davenport. The Tigers are sponsored by Perkins Building Supply. The team is coached by Wen- dell Windiate with assistance from Chuck Hinlde and Abe Cobb. In the whitewashing of Davenport at home, Tryon got nine defensive outs with outstanding plays by Justin Windiate at first, Jeremy Irvin, pitcher; and Abe Cobb II, at second. Home runs were hit by Irvin, Cobb, Windiate and Brad Ward. In it's second game of the season, the Tigers outlasted Prqgue II 17- 14. The next home game will be May 8 at 1 p.m. Tryon faces Wellston's defending champions. ITI ] I I I I -- . SHOE AND BOOT REPAIR SHOE, BOOT, & S:::PAI R gN:D :i..ER LATII:E"R):WORK :$,!' ' ;..:"..-.-,.. -:... .....y. ;,,..T g' : ' :: " .......... H. ".R}" '# ....." g :'.-;".::,.R  S ,: '':'':':?:" .. 1 2.1 SW P_Nll 547-2421 I I I Js Expandin TCI in Stillwater has a New Location. Now "nnovated with the latest automated marketing and data gathering equipment. We are looking for mature, self motivated, articulate 3eople to fill several sales )ositions. We Offer: - Fun and fast- )aced environment! - s5/hr, base pay! -k Bonuses and Incentive,,. - Flexible Hourst -k Ra )id Advancement! r P;id Training! r Start Immediately! So if you're thinking of moving back home for the summer, check with us first!. Call Today 743-0140 Taylor Shannon Krlstln Amber Bunch Kiah Diana Stephens i!i : :: ,ii Tiffany Rae Miller Dakota Cheyenne Turner Patricla Re'nee Moody i iI imI imam III II BiB= mama iiIB i lib mira i Ill IIB imm IIiB My Vote For Perkins Most , I . I : Beautiful Baby :, I I 00Baby Name i I I I .... I i Deadltne: Votes must be tn the Perkins Journal office I I by 5:00 p.m. May 7th, 1993. I L N _wspa per c up ns_ nl y'_N c _pie s  i /be a cc ep ted. J BRAD HUBBARD, Perkins' Karate Kid. ,o,1/ upcom=ng Jr. OlympiaD Brad Hubbard is Perkins' Karate Hubbard finished Kid. ing and third in forms Hubbard, a first grader at Perkins Division for youngsters Elementary School, won a pair old. of trophies at the Tae Kwon His performance at Do tournament held recently in earned him a spot Wichita, Ken. Olympics to be COUNCIL..................... (Continued from Page 1) The police activity report pre- and possible action on pared by Chief Bill Loft show! manholes. his department answered 91 calls in No action was April. Crime remained down with issue. only one case d larceny reported. In the public works part of "We haven't heard the meeting, a water test well health department on at,,_ _'= was discussed for the south side water so we may not of town. The cost was estimated well," said Tomlinson,/ at $4,000. 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