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May 22, 1975

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The Joum~, Thursday, May 22, 1~$ . 3 II About 1,650 children died from it That explains why the hospital ---Personal help in a number of last year. gowns, etc. were necessary whenways from p, pie like DeWight ruby The technical terms applied to the lngramsfirst visited EddieRymer, Pearl ,4otley, Cib James, by DeWayne Maser the drugs used to arrest leukemia when the doctor suspected the Danny Williamsons, the Dale D__t., and the various names given the leukemia. Steins, the.Bil!. Pruitts, Harold The fourth annual tourna-offered assistance, we even To the t~ie who worked Being associated with a rOIHC specific kinds of leukemia are as That also explains why Eddie ~araner, Lnarne ~,ray, rranx ment was delayed a bit this had a steam roller offered, the tourna'ment, and I know. I people like you makes me glad L dreadful as the disease itself, almost died of pneumonia last bappington, the Doilarhides, theyear due to the rain Friday,At 8:15, Saturday morning, left some of your names out, to be alive and to do what I Eddie Ingram has what is usually month when he caught a cold. Morrtson Boy Scouts .... the list is two inches worth. But a great, the first of 18 games played I m ........ ~u~ yuu ,,m,,cl"-"- the in remembrance of a friend the "easiest form" of leukemia to Praising the nurses and doctors endless, no, the greatest, bunch of Saturday began and the games self-satisfaction of helping a like ~e late Billy J. DidrJon )IIpU~e place in "remission"----to bring to of Children's Memorial Hospital in Ingram's employer, Joe Blair ofpeople I've ever seen didn't let ended at 2:30 a.m. Sunday treat cause, and what can I ann his many friends, the e~ a standstill so the patient can Oklahoma City where Eddie the Oklahoma State University food that stop the tournament from mornihg, sa-y excelR your'rethe children of Perkins by building resume a comparatively normal receives treatment, Mrs. lngram servtce, has gwen Ingram tl.me o~ being a success. The women ofT.I.E. Club, a ..... . _S . - apark. Bill J. would have liked h. pace of life. recalls Eddie's recent battle tar w,tn pay so ne can help ms wszeFive games were scheduled great bunch of guts, manned greatest, llmag you. tint. IQle But somewhere in Eddie's life. with the frequent trips to Oklahoma for Friday night, from 6:30the concession, and Bill physiology there's a culprit that "He had a 'spiking fever' which City for Eddie's treatments, a.m. to 10:30 p.m., but theMcDaniel, Bob Dickson, and ~l'ltlll has kept his leukemia from being shot up and down from minute to There's been a sundry of down pour left a muddy infield Bill Dickson, Sr. worked the arrested minute They had to watch him different organizations sponsor [ One treatment that Eddie pinned constantly and keep him in icefund raising activities to help Eddie theandoutfield.water holes everywhere in field.gate" Bud Redus worked the his hopes on after several others baths for three days." and other young leukemia victims Teams came in from Ponca Sunday we started playing failed is known as "The Bomb "Eddie, showing Promethian through the Oklahoma Peditricians "City, Shawnee and Stillwater at 8 a.m. and by noon we were I~Pl'igon The drug is so potent that it will courage, fought back by exhibiting Cancer Association: to play, but it was impossible on. schedule. The tournament "eat,through the skin clear to the the "true gut ' that had one time "-~ ~ to play on the field in that ended after 14 games on -- . - bone ' if accidentally dronned on allowed him to endure the physical But the real profile of courage r ...... condition. However, some Sunday and a total of 32 games tilth he skin while bein in'ected into a strum of dsstance running rests on Eddse's young face t g J " .. '. . teams would have played for th6two days. We had | t ......... He exhibits an uncanny fasth ,n , K: leugemsa vsctlm. ----'- anywa sixteen teams enter I~ ". God helping him get through the Y' " ling "We looked for remission afterWhile leukemia is anything but,a pain and suffering of having Finally, it was decided toShelby Lauener worked the l ~r of this drug was tried---but it didn't blessing, it appears that Eddie s leukemia, move the starting time of the P.A. system when he could tournament to 8 a.m. Saturday and took care of microphone ~o happen Eddie was really let affliction has given area individuals And he takes pride in naming the morning and to continue until difficulties. h. t_. down '"says Mrs lnt, ram. a chance to revive the good oldpeople that have helped them, :I~IrIs. ' J " ~' days of neighbors helping neigh- expressing his belief that they too 10 p.m. Saturday. The five A special thanks to Donna games Friday night, thus Weba,. ,erie .f the Stillwater emla bars are responds to meta h s~cal ....uutnuy ~_ . There is no cure for leukemia. " g P Y " making up two of the five umptre s wwes, who kept '~ Inl But it can be arrested so the red inspiration. ~ hours lost. score from 8 a.m. Sunday until blood cells do not continue to Help has poured in from a "My churdh, theFirst Baptist 9p.m. Sunday night. destroy the white bl,ood cells---thus number of avenues: Church, sends us a check every We knew if we missed this Dick and Naudin Lore filled ' lowering the victim s resistance to ---The Eddie lngramfund at month," he proudly notes, weekend, we would lose our other infections. Even the common Citizen's State Bank of Morrison."Edd!e and I have faith in the m on score keepmg Saturday spot and .teams, due to theand Saturday night with Keith ~inued cold can plummet into pneumonia ---Southwestern Bell Telephone doctors~ ' adds Mrs. Ingram, "and heavy scneame .... of tmLrna. Evans and Randy Hail. in a matter of hours in a leukemia Co. which installed an intercomfaith in the healing power of God.merits all over me state aurmg The superior service Colts ""TO U r n e y W i n n e rs-- I lront victim because his white blood cells system in the lngram home and the Eddie knows he has a lot to the summer, team of Stillwater were are not able to fulfill their functionMorrison classrooms so Eddie can endure---but he always says, 'It's With the possibility of a victorious in the tournamen!, el in warding off infection, participate in class while at home. going to be better today.' " poor tournament later on, and beating out last year s the loss of desperately needed chimes, the Taco Grande of Hereford Show Set May 23 _ I I funds for the Billy J. Dickson Ponca City ldi-- Cch,-^ he- Area College Graduates . Jr. Park, the best crew you Taco G r,ande came back in ,,,,., ,,.,..I. tort Notes _ . ~ could ask for went to work the losers bracket to defeat L~__. Glenna Cockrell of Ripley and Jerry ~ filling in sand on the infield the unbeaten Colts in the first The Oklahoma Junior Polled available by contacting Stun Burchfield of Tryon both graduated fromumvin water out of the game of the finals, 18.7, but Hereford Association will ......... Istructor Hiring OSU this spring with BS degrees. ~ p p g , . . . ........ t, nmn ttoute 1 :~tiuwater outfield, filling holes, and last year s thtrd place fmtsh- conouct mesr nrs~ "rrev~ew ..... ' ' ' their regular monthlyMaddux has had 21 years ~ Yale graduates from OSU include~ movingthefeni-.'ein, ers, the Colts, were not to be Show" at the Payne County/qu/4. " i ng in April, the Indianexperience in maintenance of ~ Danny Adklson, MA; Lloyd Royce, MS; [~_ The project of getting the denied at 7-7 deadlock afterFairgrounds on May 23-24. The judge for the show will be l| Do You Need lian Area Board of equipment and supervision of ~ MarthaRobinson, BS; and Harry Shaw, ~ field ready took most of the seven Innings. regulation Bob Kropp, O.S.U. Stun II Z -:::--~ talon voted to employ two personnel in addition to ~ BA. , ~ night. Joe Barta'loaned out time. Griffin, President of theII ~Vh Ant bl or'; Mechanics Instructors,attending Oklahoma State Area students WhO graduated from his front loader and to you, The Colts loaded the bases '. LaFollette and MarkUniversity. Mr. Maddux and ~ CSU this spring include from Carney: L~ Joe, we are very grateful and in the bottom of the eighth, group, indicates they areII ......... " a, Ran Graven as Auto his wife have four children. ~ BBA: Timothy Wayne Green, business ~ appreciate your" -generosity. then singled in the winningexpecting from 75 to 100 head /I If So (:all - instructor, and Bill ~ administration; from Cushing: BA: [-~1Daryl Sadler was a very run and claimed the first place of heifers and steers for the ]l tr~o~,all - lug as Supervisor of Mrs Brl]J~ev' L~ Michael G. Dawes, art; BSE: Sandra ~ capable driver and rode it for trophy, show. To be eligible to exhibit /I .t . .. as ings-and Maintenance. ~ ~] Kay Edwards, special education; from~ about four hours. G.T. Bickell Taco Grande was of course 4-H and FFA members must]l I1" }O IUflll Pollettee, who will head to Host G r au,, Perkins: BSE: George W. LOg, Ty, III, ~ handled the tractor in leveling second and the Stillwater be members in good standing |I ~ u uu of the Oklahoma Junior Polled /I uoarlll _ Wo ear Auto Mechanics "-- "- "- r -Y ~ business education; BBA: Kenneth L. L~ and looked like a mud ball. Cowboys, some what of a ram, has had 11 years Two Farmers Union youth ~ Price, business administration; and [~] George said he would take a darkhorse, fiqishedthird. Heretord Association. Pro- /I 547-253 ;! rience in auto repair, study groups,will meet at Mrs. ~ from Stillwater" MBA- Thomas G ~ bath Saturday night. Two teams from Enid were and half of which he wasErma Brixey s home Wednes- ~ Emerick, business administration; BSE ~ ~ Doc Doyle, Bob Dickson, represented and a fine team grams for the show are ~~ i i I ~Jployed. LaFollette !.s .a day, May28, from 1 t!!3p~m~ ~ Monte Mary Hooper, health and physical ~ VickLore, BillMcDaniel, Bud from Shawnee. The Grand , , ~te o~ rerxins mgn The two groups are me nrst~ ,~4,,cation. BAE. Forest Ann Ter,.,, IL~ Redus, Phil Longan, and Cafeplayedagoodtourna- Need l:a Repai ? 01 and resides in Stillwat- and second graders and the I~ ,~,,,,..... *a, ~ Danny Kastle handled the -merit. [ r ~h his wife and three third through fifth graders. ~ SSltaudS~Ut~efrom area roans g hich ~ shovels and rakes, hauled Two teams from Cushing ~ " " .... so be On Thursday, May 29, the ~ graduated this spring from Southwestern ~ sand and moved the fence in, and several teams from , WhO wit, as r~, " " "t t ~ filled holesandpumpedoffthe Stillwater rounded out the ,,".v rseit! ling in the Auto Mechan- study group for the sixth and I~ Oklahoma State universl y a 1"6"ll water, entries. E}U %gram, has had five andseventh graders will meet at ~ Weatherford include: from Orlando: ~ Kids, like Mark Irwin, -- ....... uur man~s to mese people Yearsof auto repair Mrs. Brixey's home at the[~] Elaine Gayle Hayes, VM; from Perkins:~ Bobby Carol, and Tracy Jarvis, :_ -, ............ m pmymg a pan m ouflamg a '~ience which included same time. ~ Cliff Alan Acuff biol. and from ~ even helped for a while, while recre..~,u-*:"- ~u.~y~'--': ........ m re.ms. * DlScaunt Ports Tools Fumlsh~ U S 'Arm,, several The grades used are those of ~ Stillwater: Michael Dale Ellington. [-~ Tracy's Dad, Dale, super- Tothe fans that contributed G~oline omfone6~ r.m~iltl~ ~aol~ile dealersin Stillwat- the school year which just I~ Area graduates from the University of ~ vised, to the park and tournament we * 14ydmulic Lifts * ~ YOU nd has nlov ended. [~ Oklahoma include from Cushing" ~ Players from out of townare grateful. been self-era. ~- .... ~two_ears.y I~nJ~la]a~]~ ~ [~_J Margaret Ann Myers, B.S; Susan Jane I Mtchanic On Duty For Information 'n Graven, a native of I Ii~l=, K_ IkWJ ~ ~--1~ ~--] Pitts, M.R.C.P.; Kathryn Adele Slide, !.~ SILL FARM iUPPLY [NC q will be the Auto and from il| ater Kay Lynn 'instructor, brings several [ ~ ~ I~ ~ Anderson, j.d.; Robert Moore Murphy ~ [ [ U I ~ofauto body experience ! [ / lll"ll ~ Jr., J.D.; Linda Tenney Sexton, B.A.;~] e teaching staff. GravenI ~l'(,p i,~ ]~ ll!~~ Laurie Suzan Pappa Stillings, M.Lib.S.; ~ Seed-Feed-Fertilizer=Lime [ l~ ~en employed as a body L ~Y il ~ Stephen William Trenton, B.F.A. ~ l-- [ ~ ~[ ,,_. manager prior to ~ ~ 7j",Y~ n~ ~. Oklahoma City University graduates I.~ 10.20.10 ..................................................... S140 ton a~ng his own garage in "~w ..... ~ ~ I ~ from this area include from Cushmg: [-~ 34-0.0 .......................................................... 158 ton ] ~;h:dhi ~leSn ceh ~ Mled:i d~:: ~/W~:~i~OI~C:OF[~ ~III~.~N C W::to~n ,r JDch=dfrom ~_ 2-9-18 ............................................................ 87ton , 18-3-3 .......................................................... 119 ton T 24-6-6 .......................................................... 154 ton 2121 E. 6th 377-0440 as Supervisor of Build ~ J Sorghum X Sudan ........................ S12/100 ton lots cash land Mum_tenancy Is Bill ~ I [] ~ The old believe everything; Common Sudan ............................................ $10 cwt. at ~tluwater. Mr. "" ~ the i ..... German Millet ............................................. $16 ewt. O O O ~ t O O O O O O O m aule-ageo suspect ev- O THERE'LL BE A CHANGE! erything; the young know Mung Beans ................................................ '18 ewe. ANDERSON t Mae Anderson, formerly , died at Westhaven Center, Saturday, 1975. She was 92. services were held Glencoe Church of Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. Star services were at the church by the Chapter. Interment Kaw City Cemetery !30 p.m. under the of Strode Funeral Anderson was born at Iowa, Nov. 11, the daughter of William Sarah Stevens. She Joe M. Anderson in ta 1902. Anderson came to with her parents .they homesteaded a tn Kay County at the Strip. She lived after her marriage Andersons to Glencoe, where he ~ telephone exchange They also owned a Later Anderson as a state gasoline Was a member of the of Christ. She a past matron of the Chapter of l~tern received her 50 year her in death were :daughter, as well as who died Aug. include one niece, Scherer, east of four nepb .vs, Carl V lenc Spala; & vens, Kaw Coleman Stevens, One brother-in-law, Anderson, Wichita, Hancy's Plaster Crafhs will be quitting the retell I~slnm end going wholesale--So we will be clearing out our entire stock at drastic reductions--including cash register, tobies, shelves and counters. lilOY'8 PLA81EN OlliFl 9-5 Mon.-Sat. 2017 N. Boomer (Thurs. "i'il~B p.m.) 872.3772 Grain Fed Direct from slaughter house ta us. You'll find most all cuts pric l less than other retail outlets. MATURE BEEF BESTCUTS SMOKED "MEAT APPROVAL" A.M. 547-2266 P.M. PERKINS, OKLA. ACRO : FROM CITY everything. Man is the only animal that blushes--or needs to. (Mark Twain) Ermelo Love Grass ........................................ $90 ewt. A few of our many bargains. Chandler, 405-258-0660 umm r fa hton brIC 102 So. Main Perkins, Okla. and Companion al Ship 'n Shore )retty New Summ, Bleached & Unbleached Big Smith Plaids & Plain TOWEL SETS PLACE MATS FULL SIZE FLORAL & CHECKED QUILTED BEDSPREADS $15.95 you can take ith you. @ We will pack your/ce cream, @ Party Goods, cakes, pies, or @ our specially-made Disney Character cake & ice cream cakes in dry/ce to keep themD firm and fresh until you are ready to enjoy them. N Winnie-lhe-Pooh- Ooofy- Mkkey Mouse-Donald Duck-- y &nn or Andy-Pluto-." .Bikini-many more availablel prey. 10 a.m.--ll p.m. ~7~-9~ Monday--Satmday 603 $. Main 12:00Noow--II p.m. O O0' O@@O S.d~ cauot make a little worse sdt a little cb ptr, ;ul peopl who co sid.r pric o ly this mas 's lawful rb., i~ ~ytbieg is tb~ world that som~ rams