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t iCoaches_ sure and get a copy of your game (home and away) to the Journal as soon as get it. Sports/ Please contact Mr. Acuff about getting your team photographed. Under Cushing Youth Center League John Reynolds and Members: J. p. Oli- Clayborn, Steve Murray, Mark Jarvis, Tom Robert Chesney, Craig Baird, Mike Moor- Wayne Fielder and Won 1 l to 7 vs. Dalton Precision at Cushing June 11 Bray Lines (H) 8p.m. Header vs. Oilton (T) 6:30 and 8 p.m. 18- Double Header Drumright at Perkins 6:30 and 8 p.m. T-Ball Major Doyle, Owen Jerry Wolfe, Jim Burr Berger, Hise, Cory McDan- Walker, Tyrone Smith, Todd Cundiff, Wen- Corby Doyle, David Cray. Stafford. -o- T-Ball Minor Mfg. Co. Garry Neitman, Meyer; Assistants- Tom Logan Mike Blevins, Bowyer, Stacey Griffen, Chad Mark Hutchins, Shawn Logan, Kevin Neit- Reynolds, Richardson, Matt Jeff SpiUars, Kevin and Bryan Woods. & 3rd Grade Tiketts Bob Matheson Matheson Andy Bayhylle, Shawna James, Crissie Harris, Bostian, Lori Luster, Matheson, Suzanne Dena Jo Hasting, Ventris, Angela Jonnell Thurman, ash, April Shipley, Hooper, Terry Patti Olson. and Under Araerican Darrell Sadler and Dennis Tillery, ' John Hoover, Steve Woods, Van Hawx- Fowler, Harlan Steve McDaniel, Buck, DeWayne 4th & 5th Grade Coaches--Betty Harper, Belinda Beams, Kenny Bean, Bertie Craycraft outs. Players: Sherry Craycraft, Date Lisa Harper, Billie Jo Trim- ble, Stacy Grant, Jeree June 8 Youngker, Michel Logan, 13 Elizabeth Ross, Jana Smith, 16 Autumn Baker, Stephanie 21 Brenilee, Jan Burden, Lori 28 Redus, Lisa Owens, Teresa 30 Lile, Lisa Shingleton, Jenni- July fer Gibson, Kerrie Shinault, 5 Monica Taylor, Kimberly 7 Houck, Billie Ray Allen and 11 Kimmie Berger. 13 -o- 19 10 and Under Boys 21 Minor Coaches: Keith Hawxby and Larry Mitchell Date June Team Members: Mike Buck, 9 Brad Neitman, Scott Mathe- 14 son, Danny Couch, David 16 Meyer, Cody Cundiff, 23 Terry Row, Allen Blevins, 28 Bodye Turner, Bryan Kucko, 30 Colt Ferrell, Derek Herring, July Greg Rose, Scott Pendleton, 7 and Kevin Richardson. T-BALL MINOR Coach: Garry Neitman All games played at Southern Woods Field at 12th & Hester. Home team listed first and sits on 3rd base dug Time Team 5:45 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:45 p.m. W. R. Anderson vs. Perkins Perkins vs. WW-Norris Perkins vs. HP-Adams Perkins vs. SL-Caldwell WW-Steindl vs. Perkins HP-Hanna vs. Perkins 5:45 p.m. 5:45 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 5:45 p.m. 5:45 p.m. 7:00 p.m. SL-Walls vs. Perkins WR-Compton vs. Perkins WR-Anderson vs. Perkins Perkins vs. WW-Norris Perkins vs. HP-Adams Perkins vs. SL-Caldwell TIKETTES (T-BALL) GIRLS Time Team 5:45 (E) Tikettes vs. Jack & Son's 7:00 (E) Tikettes vs. Owen Thomas Ford 7:00 (W) Tikettes vs. Gold Spot 7:00 (W) Tikettes vs. Kraybill Construction 5:45 p.m. (W) Tikettes vs. Evans & Associates 7:00 (W) Tikettes vs Ted's Univ. Texaco 7:00 (E) Tikettes vs. McDonald's 10 and Under Major Coaches: Gerald Higgins and Eldon S. Armstrong Sponsor: Ed's Dozer Service Players: Kevin McNue, Rex Branstetter, Scott Erwin, Todd Higgins, Mike Arm- strong, Frankie Blumer, Joe Hoover, Joe Summers, Mike spillers, Tim Bayhyle, Ricky Mahar, John Luster, Danny Mayfield, and Allen Hawxby Date Won first league game at June Stillwater--11 to 1 9 12 and Under 14 16 National Coach - Walt Watkins 28 Players: Timmy Ventris, 30 Troy Maxwell, Justin Payne, July Kenny Sylvester, Dennis 7 Strickland, Mike Grass, Jim- my Carroll, Happy Smith, Date Leon Couch, Curtis Cunning- 8 June ham, Jimmy Dodson, Todd 14 Cundiff, Greg Parrish, Chris 16 Beverage and Marvin 21 Lanier. July -o- 5 LI'L OKIE SUNSHINES (4-5) GIRLS Sponsored by: Sue & Ralph Crane-Ralph's Packing Co. Date Time Teams June 14 6:00 Li'l Okie Sunshines vs. StiUwater Plumbing 16 7:00 Li'l Okie Sunshines vs. Stillwater Typewriter 23 8:00 Sunshines vs. McCoy, Mecklynburg & Assoc. 28 8:00 Li'l Okie Sunshines vs. Ellingson Buick 30 7:00 Li'l Okie Sunshines vs. Bradley's July 7 6:00 Li'l Okie Sunshines vs. Cimarron Paint & Body YELLOW JACKETS (6th & 7th) GIRLS Time Team 8:00 Yellow Jackets vs. Humpty Dumpty 8:00 Yellow Jackets vs. Simon & Son's 9:00 Yellow Jackets vs. U-Auto-Fix.It 6:00 Yellow Jackets vs. Specialty Chemical 9:00 Yellow Jackets vs. Frontier Federal 6:00 .... Yellow Jackets vs, Consumers IGA 7:00 Yellow Jackets vs. McCoUums BLUE JAYS (7th-gth) GIRLS Time Teams 7:00 Blue Jays vs. King's Groc. & Mkt. 9:00 Blue Jays vs. Keepsake Jewelry 9:00 Blue Jays vs. Lafollette Homes 6:00 Blue Jays vs. Seven Knight 6:00 T-BALL MAJOR All games played at South Jr. High West Field, located at 12th and Duck at Stillwater. Date Time Teams June 8 7 p.m. Kropp vs. Perkins 13 7 p.m. Perkins vs. Schooley 17 7 p.m. Perkins vs. Johnson 24 7 p.m. Moran vs. Perkins 27 7 p.m. Brown vs. Perkins 29 7 p.m. Perkins vs. Bruce July 8 5:45 p.m. Perkins vs. Kropp 13 5:45 p.m. Schooley vs. Perkins 18 5:45 p.m. Johnson vs. Perkins 22 5:30 p.m. Perkins vs. Moran Blue Jays vs. King's Groc. Mkt. Date June 6 6:00 Will Rogers 9 6:00 Westwood 13 6:00 Will Rogers 16 7:45 Westwood 20 7:45 Highland Park 23 7:45 Will Rogers 27 7:45 Westwood 30 6:00 Highland Park July 7 7:45 Will Rogers 11 6:00 Westwood COACHES-- get your team lined up for a picture. We would like to feature a team each week in this spot. 10 and Under American Association Coaches: Keith Hawxby and Larry Mitchell Time Team 14 7:45 Highland Park Week of Monday, July 18, Post Season Tournament Played at Jaycee #2 (East Field) Recreation Park PERKINS MISFITS (9-12) GIRLS Date Time Teams June 8 9:00 Perkins Misfits vs. Reavis Funeral Home 15 9:00 Perkins Misfits vs. Volunteers 20 9:00 Perkins Misfits vs. Morrison (Some of these schedules are not complete) June 1 6 p.m. Westwood 6 6 p.m. Westwood 8 8 p.m. Will Rogers 10 8 p.m, Skyline 15 6 p.m. Highland Park 17 8 p.m. Westwood 20 6 p.m. Will Rogers 22 6 p.m. Skyline 27 8 p.m. Highland Park 29 6 p.m. Westwood July 1 8 p.m. Will Rogers 8 8 p.m. Skyline 13 6 p.m. Highland Park 12 and UNDER AMERICAN Coaches: Darrell Sadler and Dan Kasti All games are played at Friendway field in Couch Park Date time Team Record 12 and UNDER NATIONAL All games are played on Little Couch Field located in Couch Park. Times Teams Per. Opp. 7-3 The Perkins, 6, 7 and 8th Grades Team Middle School Coach-Barbara Herring Helpers-Judy Scott and Sherlyn Smith Players: 6th Grade-Julie Payne, Karen Kirby, Connie Kirby, Kim Dean, Shelly Olson, Cindy Field, Debbie Hunter, Stacy Thurman. 7th Grade- Karen Branstetter, Diana Herring, Brenda EI- som, Sherry Warden, Cheryl Lile, Carla Higgins, Andrea Stafford, Kelly Sue Has. tings, Linda Elsom and Jean Hasting. 8th Grade - Jen- nifer Payne, Peggy Smith, Anita Strickland, Judy Dean, Rhonda Burden, Shelley McKosato, Sharyl Bickell, Valarie Lanier, and Kim VanStavern. -O- 9-12th Grade The Misfits Coaches.Alice Hall, Peggy Henigman and Retha Ventris Players: Shed Henigman, LaNett Hall, Melinda Bates, Linda Hoover, Cindy Rose, Rhonda Lomenick, Linda Smith, Anita Allen, Tammy Lore, Anita Wesffall, Reesa Bayehelle, Roseanne Man- gold, Naomi Brown, Gladys Anderson and Tommie Gene Evans. -O- Will Rogers vs. Perkins Perkins vs. Skyline Highland Park vs. Perkins Perkins vs. Westwood Perkins vs. Will Rogers Skyline vs. Perkins Perkins vs. Highland Park Perkins vs. Westwood Will Rogers vs. Perkins Perkins vs. Skyline Highland Park vs. Perkins 6p.m. 7:30 7:30 5p.m. 6p.m. 7:30 6:30 7:30 6:30 2p.m. 7p.m. 7p.m. 6:30 5p.m. 6p.m. Date June 8 8p.m. 10 8p.m. 15 6p.m. 17 8p.m. 20 6 p.m. 22 6 p.m. 27 8p.m. 29 6p.m. July 1 8p.m. 8 8p.m. 13 6p.m. 17 and Under--Perkins-Tryon.Coyle Boys Baseball Team Coaches Pat Smalley, Harold Flash and Buck Evans June 3 Ponca City AA at Ponca Lost 7 to June 4 Chandler at Chandler Won 9 to June 5 Hominy at Hominy DH Won 12 to 4 & 9 to 7 June 6 Hennessey at Hennessey Lost 7 to 3 June 7 Ponca City AA at Coyle Lltt June 9 Perry at Coyle June 10 Ponca City AAA at Coyle June 11 Chandler at Coyle DH Hennessey at Coyle DH Ponca City AAA at Ponca Stillwater at Perkins DH Chandler at Perkins Stillwater at Stillwater(16 & under field) DH Perry at Perry DH Hennessey at Hennessey Stroud at Coyle Stillwater at Coyle DH Ponca City AAA at Perkins DH Chandler at Chandler June 13 June 14 June 16 June 21 4une 23 June 26 June 27 une 28 June 30 July 4 July 5 DH denotes Double Header The Perkins Journal wants to carry your teams' schedule and game scores. Appoint someone now (or do it yourself) to drop the scores by the Jomnal office after each game (Slip it thru the slot). SUPPORT YOUR TEAM..WE DO..SEE YOU AT THE GAME CORNER FASHIONS 547-2849 101 S. MAIN DEL-MARS FOOD STORE 547-2555 219 S. MAIN CIMARRON VALLEY CO-OP, INC. 547.2700 247. MAIN 1 BLUMER'S CHAMPLIN STATION 7-2446 148 S. MAIN HARVEY BRIXEY FARMERS UNION INSURANCE 547.2251 SOUTH MAIN STREET VASSAR COMPANY 547-2414 "707 N. MAIN 54%2472 OLSON HARDwARE CO.' 111 S. PERKINS PLUMBING SHOP $17.2470 111% S. bUN 547-2421 CIMARRON AUTO PARTS STUMBO & W. SECOND HARLAND WELLS BAKER'S DRY GOODS ... , 547-2461 102 S. MAIN S!RODE FUNERAL HOME 547-2100 372.5550 BIlL "AND JOAN McDANIEL FRIEDA'S FLOWER SHOP 547.2763 104 N.W. CHANTRY Doll Rags, Inc. Dave & Charla Cupp Jr. Sports Wear Perkins MOSER'S TRADING POST AND SHOE REPAIR 547-2708 202 N. MAIN CASTEEL-LUSTER REAL ESTATE AND AUCTION SERVICE 336-9458 PERRY, OK. PAYNE COUNTY BANK 547.2,1 WHISTLE STOP S.Mk CARL AND CLEO ROSE RALPH5 PACKING COMPANY N.W. OF PERKINS PERKINS 'Y' LIVESTOCK AUCTION 547-2533 N.W. OF PEPJfll/J. S 547-2020 BOWYER'S GARAGE WEST KIIPE STREET lournal Thursday, June 9, 1977.5 Cattlemen Register Before june 17 Oklahoma cattlemen and dairymen must register at their county Agriculture Sta- bilization and Conserva. tion Services Office by June 17 if they want to have a voice in the upcoming beef referendum. It is important that there is a heavy registra. tion for the period which opened June 6. "The question in this elec- tion is whether or not dairy and beef producers want to tax themselves for research and promotion of beef," ex- plained George Stone, Choctaw, president of Okla- homa Farmers Union. "If the referendum pass- es, $35-$0 million will come out of the producers' pockets to pay for the program." Stone said any producer who has owned at least one beef or dairy animal during the preceding 12 months may register to vote in the July 5 to 15 referendum. Registration may be car- ried out as follows: 1. By writing the county ASCS office. 2. Telephoning the county ASCS office. 3. or better still, if possi- ble, go to the ASCS office of your county and register while there. He reminded producers that the registration period is June 6 to 17, and that the voting period is July 5 to 15. "O" Sunday dinner honors visitors A dinner was held at the Cimarron Country Ballroom Sunday, May 29 in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Boyle of Tucson, Arizona. Those attending from Still- water and vicinity were: Grace Testerrnan, Marjor- ie Hart, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rutter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McKnight, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McKnight, Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Powell, Herman Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Burton, Ruthie Raper, Shane and Amanda, Mr. and Mrs. Don Prickett, Debbie Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Pendleton and Scott, Betty Beverage and Chris, Carol Sue Beverage, Jessie Pric- kett, Ted Prick.ett, Darryl Haston and Mr. and Mrs. Le- roy Schuessler. Those from Ripley were Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Boyle and Mr. and Mrs. Kennith Boyle. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dwyer and Lydia Ann Chamberlain of Oklahoma City. From Tryon, Mrs. Flor- ence Beverage, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Leach and Jamie and Brandy. Also Sheryl Johnson and Stormy Dawn. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Griffith of Cushing, Mr. and Mrs. Win- fred Evans of Vinco and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Robinson of Glencoe. "O" Shop and Compare insulation "Insulation is in a very primitive stage now. There are no standards and it is difficult to rate the various types," said Dr. Garold D. Oberlender, head of the con- struction management de- partment. Oberlender listed the three types of insulation as fiberglass, cellulose ma- terial and polyurethane. Dean lrby, associate professor of construction management and a profess. ional architect warned that consumers are led to believe an inch of insulation is the same for different types and brands. "This is not so. Insulation is measured in terms of. R (thermal resistance value). The higher the R value, the more the insulation will re- sist heat flow," he said. Attic insulation is the cheapest and most beneficial type of heat resistance. A minimum R value of 19 or over is recommended and anything over 12 inches of attic insulation is approach. hag the unnecessary.