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PERKINS OURNAL-THURSDAY, AUGUST 21,1997 PAGE-9 Coach Pitch Orange: (front) Mehgan Osborn, Jared Jordan Calavan, Zach Gammill, Caleb Carroll, Custar; (2nd row) Hall Elwood, Kelsey Fisher, Tony Dusty Kelly, Scott Harris, Santoya Goodwin; (back) Jeff Gammill and Jimmy Carroll Not pictured: Tim They finished the season at 4.6. School Lunches Next Week August 25: Long johns or cereal, bacon, toast, jelly, and milk. Blueberry pancakes and syrup or cereal, Peanut butter, fruit juice and milk. August 27: Breakfast burrito with salsa or cereal, uice and milk 28: Breakfast pizza on a bun or cereal, toast, uice and milk. gust 29: Gravy sausage or cereal, biscuit, jelly, fruit and milk, The Perkins-Tryon Lady Demon softball squad has "evened" their season record at 2-2 after taking two games in a double-header Monday evening against Stillwater JV. The Lady Demons, coached by Tim Hatter and assisted by Shawna Smith, are young "but experienced," the head coach said Tuesday. Hatter said that the team is made up with nine freshmen, two juniors, several sophomores and one seniors Most of those players played in summer high school ball leagues as well as Park and Rec programs. In the first game against Still- water, the girls won 7-6 with 10 hits. Heavy hitters for P-T were Jody Moore who went 2-2 with one RBI; Lori Moore, 3-4, two RBIs; and Raven Redus, 2-3, 2 RBIs. The winning Lady Demon pitcher was Lacey Smith. Catcher Kendra McBride played well defensively picking off two runners at second and two at third, Hatter said. The Lady Demons took the second game 5-3 with "good pitching" by Smith again and August 25: Chicken nuggets or fish nuggets, mashed with gravy, hot roll and honey, peas, orange halves, and August 26: Bean burrito with cheese sauce or fish corn, pineapple chunks, and milk. y, August 27: Spaghetti and meat sauce or fish nug- bread salad, sweetened applesauce, and milk. 28: Cheeseburger on a bun or fish nuggets, Puffs, fruit cocktail and milk. gust 29: Steak fingers or fish nuggets, mashed po- gravy, hot roll, corn, applesauce, and milk. School Lunches Next Week Cereal, buttered toast, honey/jelly, juice,and August 26: Pancake and sausage' sticks, syrup/but- and milk. August 27: Steak fingers, biscuits, gravy, honey/ mice, and milk 28: Blueberry muffins, sausage patties, and 29: Cherry strudel sticks, bacon, and milk. 25: Crispitosi' cheese sauce, ranch style beans, fruit ambrosia, and milk/juice. August 26: Super subs, lettuce/tomatoe/onions/pick- chocolate chip cookie bars, and milk/juice. Macaroni & cheese with little smokies, honey/butter, green beans, pears, and milk./juice. 28: Spaghetti with meat sauce, garden salar, honey/butter, mixed fruit, and milk/juice. August 29: Roast beef and Swiss, pickle chips, tator and cream bar, and milk/juice. CTWGA Play Day set August 28th The Cimarron Trails Women's Golf Association will hold its weekly Play Day on Au- gust 28. Format of play will be Low Gross. 18 Hole Pairings are: *8:00 a.m. Betty Branstetter, Jean Platt, Wanda Strain. *8:07 a.m. - Tammy King, Kay Graves, Sara Burns. .8:15 a.m. - Robbie Holder, Ruby Mangold, June Pace. *8:22 a.m. - Jean McIlvain, WiUa Grooms, Wanda Van Hook. *8:30 a.m. - Opal Gann, Alma Focht, Burnie Armstrong. *8:37 a.m. - Sara Miller, Shirley Chesbro, Kay Brannon. *8:45 a.m. Charlotte Chatburn, Kathy Eaton, Linda Eggerman. *8:52 a.m. - Sue Dollins, Audley Steward, Ruth Stites, Pat McCutchen. Winners for August 14 were: Robbie Holder, Low Net, Cham- pionship, Flight and Ace of the Month; Ruby Mangold, Presi- dents Flight; Jean Platt, A Flight; and Pat McCutchen, B Flight. Please call your pairings if you, are not going to be there. THIS SUNDAY AUGUST 24, 1:00 P.M. HWY 33, 12 MILES EAST OF 1-35 MAIN STREET COYLE, OKLAHOMA AUTOMOBILES: APPLIANCES: 3-DODGE I-TON PASSENGER VANS, DODGE SPIRIT, PLYMOUTH CAR. GENERAL ELECTRIC, MAGIC CHEF, KENMORE, SEARS, AND FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS. MISC. ITEMS: TWO TRIPODS, 13 OFFICE DESKS, 3 TABLE TOP INDEX FILES, 4 FOLDING TABLF_ , 30 MISCEIA, ANF US CHAIRS, 6 BOOKSHELVES, 3 LAMINATING PRESSES, HOLE irtJNCHES, MAGAZINE RACKS, 3 LOCKERS, 8 C2J SROOM DESKS, 4 TV STANDS, 12 FILE CABINETS, 12 PARTITION SCREENS, 12 MISCELLANEOUS TABLES, SOFAS AND CHAIRS, PARKENSON TABLES, TAPING TABLES, BULLETIN BOARDS AND CHALKBOARDS. TERMS: Cash or check with lXoper ID. MUST BRING COPY OF O OMA TAX PERMIT FOR TAX EXEMPTION. Bring your truck and trailer, itmm must be picked up day of sale. r AUCTIONEERS: O.W. (Preacher) Rose Guy W. Rose Au ou Service 405-54%2162 CLERKS: grit;tim M Rose Clvo L. Rote II COUNTY COMMISSIONERS PROCEEDINGS The Payne County Board of Commissioners met in an Emergency Meeting Thursday, July 1997. Notice of the meeting was made by posting an agenda at room 101, Courthouse, Stillwater OK on Wednesday July 16. The following were present: Carl Moreland, Chairman; Bill Deering Vice-Chairman; Gloria Hesser, Member; Sherri Schieffer, County Clerk. 17 also out-hit Stillwater 7-2. The Lady Demons were to play Glencoe Tuesday night, but that game was rained out. They travel to Perry Thursday; Hold- enville August 25; and Luther August 26. Their next home game is August 28 against Hen- nessey. The Chairman called the meeting to order at 8:30"a.m. The Clerk reported sewer problems at the Cushing Heahh Department. During renovation the sewer lines have collapsed. The contractor on the job, Alexander Construction, can repair the damages. Deering authorized the Health Department to pay up to $10,000 for repairs of sewer lines for the Cushing Health Department. Hesser seconded. Deering, aye; Hesser, aye; Moreland, aye. Motion carried. Deering made the motion to adjourn. Hesser seconded. Deering. aye; Hesser, aye; Moreland, aye. Motion carried. County Clerk Payne County Fair Board and Ottaway Amusement Co. :Present Bring or veg al I canned item per person (preferably with you to the fair and you will be ride all the rides from 6:00 to 10:00 p.m. r onl, per person. Canned food items will be donated to the Love Feast in Stillwater and Action, InCa, in Cushing to help those less fortunate. This donation is sponsored by Ottaway Amusement Co. and the Payne County Fair Board to show our interest in the Payne ' County Community. .? "My daughter wants me to have the very best care, but she knows I still need my independence. Golden Oaks Living Center of Stillwater offers the best of both worlds. We cater to adults who still enjoy an independent and sometimes very active lifestyle, but may need assistance either on a daily basis or from time to time. Golden Oaks encourages independence while permitting privacy and dignity in a manner that meets the resident's social as well as physical needs. Our Apartments Feature: • Large One & Two Bedroom Designs • Handicapped design private baths • 24 Hour Security • Three Balanced Meals • Housekeeping and Laundry • Planned Activities • Call Signals in Bedroom and Bathroom • Month to Month rental • Complete Building and Grounds Maintenance • Transportation To Town Other Services Are Available Through Home Health Care • Personalized Assistance • Supporting Services • Assistance with specific medical needs such as skin care, toileting and coordination of physical therapy and other services • Personal Care • Medication Assistance • Health Care Companionship is a key word at Golden Oaks. Our residents hav, an opportunity to make new friendships and renew old ones. Am with the beautifully decorated lounge areas, the stylish dining room and their own cozy apartments, residents are never at a loss for J lovely place to entertain their guests. Call Chimp Robertson at (405) 377-11 ]4 or come by today t, see how you can become part of the Golden Oaks family. Village of Stiliwater 5505 W. 19th, Stillwater (405) 377-1114