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June 21, 1973     The Perkins Journal
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12 - The Perkins Journal, Thursday, June 21, 1973 ica xpe Is oo In blent medical experts... usuad) while participating in the sport.., agree that "fish- ing is goc~ "hereapy, both phy- sical and emotional."' Literally hundreds of thou- sands of Oklahomans head for the lakes and streams in this state each year. They don't need a doctor to tell them that fishing is relaxing. They pro- bably have seen the doctor sit- ting in the next boat With a line in the water. Fishing can be elaborate, complete with the trip to the seashore and renting deep sea boats and equipment. Or it can be the cane pole and worms affair on the banks of a neigh- borhood creek. Either way it gets us out in the fresh air slca and sunshine, gets our minds off of the cares of the day. Fishing is only mild exer- cise, unless you are the vigor- our type who wades through rac- ing rapids br rows hard for mi- les. R's good for the body and spirit, but it has some built in hazards. The most common fishing ac- cident is catching a barbed hook in the flesh, usually a finger or a hand, but some- times a leg or other part of the body. Wise fishermen usually shield the hooks on their plugs, or they keep them in the small plastic boxes they originally came in. Fly or bait casters are re- sponslble for many hook ac- in ereop cidents to their fellow fisher- men. Look before each cast to make certain that no one is in the way. This will also save lures from snagging on trees and bushes as you cast. If, despite precautions, a hook becomes embedded in your hand or finger, don't try to pull it out. If you have a pair of dia- gonal or side cutting pliers in your tackle box, cut off the shank. Your physician will push it through, thus causing less further damage to torn fie sh. After removing the hook, the doctor will also, if he thinks necessary, administer anti- biotics and tetanus toxoid. Hook wounds often lead to in- fection unless treated properly. Invest $500 or more in a 6-month or longer Investment Certificate (or add $500 or more to a present certificate) and get BOTH of the above FREE Gifts % per annum per annum 6 MONTHS 6 MONTHS $500 MINIMUM $10.000 MINIMUM Offer made by prospectus only or GET A 61/2" MENU-ETTE SAUCEPAN WITH BUILT-IN HANDLE and COVER FREE...when you invest $100 in a Passbook Thrift Account or add $100 Or more Free Gift Offer ends July 16. OKLAHOMA COMPANY Established 1925 114 W. Seventh Street... Phone: 372-5465 Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074 ARDMORE * BARTLESVILLE * BROKEN ARROW * DUNCAN * ENID * LAWTON McALESTER * MOORE * MUSKOGEE * SHAWNEE * STILLWATER * TULSA :: \ Oklahoma Green Country Bluegrass JULY EVENTS IN OKLAHOMA Oklahoma's newest entry into music festivals is Round Park's Bluegrass Festival, tuning up for the third Disney, July 20-22. Top country-western and bluegrass along with numerous contests for amateurs in variety of gories, generous awards money. Programs and jam sessions sunup to day's end. Ample camping & catering at this Country attraction. ---OK!--- For nostalgia and fun, be in Red Carpet Country at the komis Steam Threshing Bee, July 27-29. ---OK!- Patriotic parades, old-fashioned fetes, and will mark Independence Day 'round the state. and pioneer celebration are planned at Eufaula on t horse show at Enid, dune buggy racing at Little Sober- offers pro and amateur art shows. At Joy, final day Huckleberry Festival, with bonds, arts & crofts, free berries from a bumper crop. --OK!-- Sapulpa is priming for its 75th anniversary, July 1-7. melon feed on the 4th; varied events weekdong; gun show Saturday. ---OK!- Contestants in Frontier Country vie for world-wide IoL the 14th International Brick & Rolling Pin Throw, July cities named Stroud--in Oklahoma, Canada, England tralia--hold meets that day, with scores tallied by The melee at Stroud, Oklahoma begins at 6:30 a.m. ---OK!- All-night gospel sings ore slated under the stars in July 14, and Holdenville July 28. Name quartets will beginning at sundown. ---OK!-- Oklahoma's Indian Paw-wows continue as authentic celebrations and cultural expressions of the Indian Paw-wows include: Quapaw, 1-4; Comanche Lawton, 2-4; Kiowa Gourd Clan, Carnegie, 2-4; coming, Pawnee, 5-8; S.W. Intertribal, Cache, 12-15; dian Dance, Binger, 13-14; Sac & Fox, Stroud, 13-15; Intertribal Fair, El Reno, 13-15; aloe, Red Rock, 1! manchu Homecoming, Waiters, 20-22; Whitehorse, 28; Oklahoma City Paw Wow, 27-29. --OKt-- RODEOS: Wright City, 1-4; Cache, 2-4; Hinton, 2-4; 3-4; Edmond, 4-7; Mongum, Purcell, Hortshorne, Sulphur, Okmulgee, 5-7; Tohlequoh, 6-7; Broken Bow, Chickasha, 11-14; Wynnewood, 12-]4; Waiters, 12-14 18-21; Powhuska, 19-22; Enid, 20-22; Woodward 2 negie, Hollis, Clinton, Antlers, 26-28; Newkirk, 28; Ado, 31-Aug. 4. ---OK!--- OTHER EVENTS: Stars & Stripes Show, 0kla. City, 1; 01d bration, WestvHle, 16-21; Antique Car Swap Meet, Broken ArrOW, Hydroplane Races, Lake 0verholser, 0kla. City, 29; "Trail of TearS," quah, nightly except Sunday. For up-to-date statewide tourist information, dlal (405) 521-246 lodge and cabin reservations: cai~ toll free 1-800-522-3707, in City area call 521-2464. An Information Service of the Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department Subscribe to the Perkins, Okla. 74059 $4.12 per year: Payne-Lincoln-Logan-Noble $6.18 per year: Elsewhere No#fle Address Town ENCLOSED ZIP BILL ME $