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~AGE 4 -- The Perkins Journal Thursday, August I. 1985 PERKINS SOFTBALL LEAGUE COED CHURCH August 8 August 15 # Team Name Coach I First Christian Church Bon Runyon 2 United Methodist Church Dan Hubbard 3 Lost Creek/Eden Chapel Max Rudd 4 New Covenant Fellowship Gerald Hall 5 Mehan Valley Union Larry Eslinger 6 Church of Christ Mik Bale 7 First Baptist Church David Brown Date Time August 1 6:30 7:50 9:10 6:30 7:50 9:10 6:30 7:50 9:10 August 22 August 29 September 5 September 12 * Home teem is listed first 6:30 7:50 9:10 6:30 7:50 9:10 6:30 7:50 9:10 6:30 7:50 9:10 and will use the Phone # 54%2004 547-2700 547-5207 547-5440 918-372-4438 377-9743 547-2494 Teams 2-3 4-5 6-7 3-6 7-2 1-4~ 6-1 2-5 2-7 2-4 1-3 5-7 3-5 4-6 7-1 5-1 7-3 6-2 1-2 5-6 3-4 third base dugout. Perkins I 12 & Under Place Second The Perkins 1 12 & Under bsoebell temm emnplcted a neeeedu11905 season with a second place finish in the poat4ea~m tommamant played here. Perkins I, winner of flret place in th StUlwater B leagu with an orran raemi of 8 wlas 8rod 2 lomes, started the tournament with a first round lims to the Outhrie Expo's. After that initial loss Perkins I moved through the lout's bracket, winning 6 gmnee in row, including a 10-I victory over the evmtusl winners, Pent II. But good Perry II team and the strain of playing 5 gomes in 5 days proved to be too much as Perkins ~ToII to Perry in the second championship finals game. Pictured left to right, front row'. Bobby MeKinnls, Tommy 8tantoa, Dason Dwart- ney, Chris Wolf, and Brett Andrew. Left to right' back row:. Coach Dstroll Gwart- hey, David Wllsou, Bradley Pler Jeff Smithy, 8bane NIles and Coack Jhn Not pictured Ire Dale m6erum Heath SaIlie VanStavern SALLIE VANSTAVERN NAMED ACADEMIC ALL.AMERICAN The National Secondary Educa- tion Council {NSEC} announced recently that Sallie VanStavern has been named an Academic All- American. The NSEC has established the Academic All-American Scholar Award Program in order to offer deserved recognition to superior students who excel in the Academic disciplines. The Academic All- American Scholars must earn a 3.3 or better grade point average. On- ly Scholars selected by a secondary school instructor, counselor, or other qualified sponsor are ac- cepts& These scholars are also eligi- ble for other awards given by the NSEC. These are awards few stu- dents can ever hope to attain. Sallie, who attends Perkins- Tryon High SchooL was nominated for this National Award by Miss Irene Edin, biology and chemistry teacher. Sallie will appear in the Academic All-American Scholar Directory, which is published nationally. Sallie is the daughter of Mr. Russ VanStavern and Mrs. Jennie VanStavera. Her grandparents are Rosalie VanStavern of Perkins and Nancy Brown of Denver, Colorado. Softball Meeting August 5 Football Meeting August 6 School Starts Aug. 22 -O" Perkins II T-Ball McAnally's Team Placed Third mmm~ MeAnnily's i0 & Under Girls' Slowpitch team placed third in the softball tournament held Jni~ gored by Mac's Corner Corral and coached by Elmer and Monta Brown and James and Shirley HaIL The first game of the tournament 32~ and the second 11-7. They played under great pressure in the third Their coaches are very proud of the sportsmanship and effort given by the girls throughout tournament, the girls won 8 out of 12 games; two of which were [oct by only 1 point. The coaches and their appreciation to Mr. and Mrs. MeAnally and Mr. and Mrs. John Baker for sponsoring the team. Also supporting them at the games and furnishing cold drinke after each game; also for volunteering as base coaches I ed. Special thanks to Cindy Fields for her great assistance as a base coach. Pictured left to right, back Frances Spiva, Trish Field, Jennifer Eshelman, Mandy Bosthsrt' and Jody Williams. Kneeling left to right: Kessie Brown and Palge Dtchson. Not pictured: Kristi Hall, Jennifer Vanderzlel and Vickie Foster. Perkins Minor T-Ball ! !Fr ht Pe:.Idl ;t ?oTr hta .. is pletu l wlth their osaelms, Mmmle Miller, Gary Everett and Wally Reed. , , ~gn~: wesley mum, &enny Ulttle, CmT Mercer, Ryan Prickett, Brady Hybeha, Michael Miller ~nd Josh Tivis. Back row, left to right: Neff Hackett, Josh Fields, Barry Perkins, Joshua Murray, Brian MeCut. ~hen, Matt Anderson, and Jeromy Mills. Not pictured: Lynn Hazelbeker. The Minor T-Bail team is pictured here with their coaches. Front row, left to right: Chris Frame, Scan DeWall, Clayton Runyon, Bryan DeWall, Dustie Smith, Jeremy Bays, and Jason eond row: Brad KastL Josh Morris, Justin Darrow, Anthony Dean, Eric Hutt, Victor Tabor, and Paul Hesser. Coaches: Danny Kastl, Tony Frame, Leon Morris and Stephen Hurst. Not Nickels. Attention Coaches Please check with us here at The Journal to identify the white photos of your team, so they can be published. We have Dodson's, Eric Smith's, Roger Antle's and two other teams' and white photos we need identified and also Eric Smith's photos to be picked up. 115 PERKINS TAG AGENCY Mary Frances Blair, Agent W. Thomas 547-2184 MAC'S CORNER CORRAL Mac & Lou MeAnally John & Marlene Baker 547-2472 EADES HARDWARE ".4 Good Hardware th a Good Town" Perkins, OK 101 S. Main PATSY'S & CERAMICS Patsy Lile VASSAR COMPANY Jack Vassar .... 547-2414 207 N. Main PAYNE COUNTY BANK 547-2436 202 South Main Member FDIC PEPSI COLA COMPANY J.D. Stillwater, Oklahoma & EVELYN P.J'S FLOWERS & GIFTS Patty and Gerry Johnson 547-2763 147 N. Main BAKER'S DRY GOODS John Baker 547-2461 102 S. Main KEN SMITH'S FURNITURE New and Used--100 N. Main--547-2109 STRODE Jr. and Mortne Beatlan, Owners 547-2100 Perkins FUNERAL CIMARRON VALLEY COOPERATIVE, INC. Dan Hubbard, Manager 247 S. Main STEER INN FAMILY- RESTAURANTS 121 W. Thomas Perkins 547-5378 MIHU'RA'S GENERAL STORE HOURS: 6:30 a.m. *~ "~ u.m. 6 miles South of Stillwa, ( ~. Hwy. 177 Ga s--Groceries--Gifts--Feed --Tack--Tools 405-377-7545 FARMERS' UNION Harvey Brixey, Agent City and Baled Perkins, OK ~iii!iill!fill PERKINS "Y" LIVESTOCK AUCTION "Sale Every Wedmmi~V" M7-2gl N.W. of Perkins DEI MAR'S FOOD STORE Lonnie and Judy Tabor 547-25~ 219 S. Main 547-2079 PERKINS DRUG "Full-Time Drug Department" Steve Wiillnglmm RALPH'S PACKING Sue and Gary Crane and Owners 547-2464 N.W. of Perkins on /i