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F i .. "- ! III "" .i " ek Clc " " " of the busiest weekends ment at the l'erkins Domino Par- Tribute to Settlers-Old and Ne v lor and the traditional horse- and the parade marshals reflect for Perkins is the an- shoe pitching contest, that theme representing '.*t [; , larvest l:esl Celebration The t'erkins:l'ryon I:FA willPerkins' past and ever-changing b* l .0mecoming'-*--" which is set have a petting zoo located just future. /; iclay and Saturday, Sept. south of city hall. The pettingElizabeth Wise, daughter of :.: 0rganiT.ed as a commu- zoo is a favorite of the young- the late Frank "Pistol Pete .*;.hlelebration for the entire sters and if it quacks, moos, or Eaton, will be sharing the pa- cackles it will be there. At 1 1 a.m. a large parade will be traveling south on Main Street featuring the Perkins- Harvest Fest is spon- '.(' r,/llland organized by the Chamber of Commerce. .*;q ere will be a parade, ro- rade marshal duties with the Scott Brady family. The Brady's moved to Perkins several years ago and represent the growth of . rts Tryon High School Midnight the Scott and his and crafts, entertain- community. ][10ts of games, golf tour- Regiment, floats, classic cars, family-wife, Kim, and children, and a classic car dis- and lots of horses. Macy and Karsten, have built a name just a few of the The theme this year is "Ahome in Perkins and are very . day night, Itarvest Fest kicks off with football Ill ...... OKLAHOMA PRF..5S ASsOCiATION 0rning as the undefeated l S'Tryon Demons host St. AWARD Kickoff is 7:30 with b 0ronation ceremonies at WINNING active in the community. Elizabeth Wise has lived in Perkins all of her life. She too, represents what Perkins is all about. She has written many columns and articles for the lo- cal newspaper, The Perkins Journal, and recently she ac- nickname and caricature, are of- ficial mascots of Oklahoma State University, and was a real-life cowboy and federal marshal from Perkins. At Thomas and Main the stage will be set for entertain- ment and music from country Event Schedule Map Locator On Page 5 cepted a bronze statue from the National Cowboy Hall of Fame in behalf of her famous father, Frank Eaton. Eaton, who's "Pistol Pete" and western, gospel, and lots of cloggers and square dancers. Entertainment starts at 9 a.m. Those who love classic cars will get to go down "memory IIIII I II lane" right after the parade and view many vintage automobiles from the past at Emerson Park. Plus, at 2 p.m. the Perkins Roundup Club will be having a "Kiddo Rodeo" especially for "little cowboys". Later that af- ternoon beginning at 4 p.m. there will be "big cowboy" events including bullriding, bar- rel racing and steer roping. At 9 p.m. the Perkins VFW Post will be featuring dancing featuring live country and west- ern music provided by "Luck of the Draw." THURSDAY: September 18,1997 Perkins Lions Club will their annual Pancake :riday from 5-7:00 p.m. h school cafeteria. :an be purchased in ad- any Perkins Lions - mber, or at the door for adults or $2 for chil- Fest gets underway Saturday morning in Perkins with food [, arts and crafts, and lots rtainment. Most of the Will be set up and run- ilfter 8 a m as will the a[Ihr the youngsters. are many non-profit I11 i~Participating in ttarvest P' [help raise funds ior the |l%jects in the area. 'v rtners in l!ducation (Plli) _ [ . ple will have a large I lcrafts lair located in the y,w Fire Station from 9 a.m. !'I ., he "l umpkin t atch Atlll:air'' will benefit the "l [}'Tryon PIE fund that .]{J Vard the purchase of ,/. !aSsroom extras. other local churches 2TIll ~C groups will have food u downtown plus I:11 I! p , iN lll -.e a domino tourna- |w'- ~ -N IX 're front page lll# S to us! [ Ur subscription is im- l tlt to us Thanks go to lit'5 t awing" who renewed a subscription to rkJns /ournal: II:F. &'fiartha Evans, * Richard & Ruby Perkins Gerald & Johnson, Perkins aloy, Perkins, James nl I tta Hall Perkins Daryl [ erly Evans, Perkins [,bavis, Perkins Patty _a Inck Thompson, Perkins Spillers, Perkins lqagness, Perkins [ret & Robert Knox, Keith Harris, Still- [" Walter & Patsy [,Y, Perkins hir. & Mrs. lli as Sloan, Perkins L II[ Glennis Haak, Still- would like to have " A[elCins Journal mailed to tl0rne, please see page r Review by Rick hlathe- Perkins NEWSPAPER STATE FA I R OF OKLAHOMA Volume: 107 Number:52 Suspect rams police unit, eludes officers by Rick Clark Shooting with intent to kill, resisting arrest and various drug charges are among the many charges facing Stephen Aufleger, 45, of Tryon, accord- ing to Lincoln County Under Sheriff Chester Duncan. Aufleger was apprehended east of Stillwater near SH51 and Prairie Road, but not after a high speed chase that went through two counties, on numerous ru- ral roads and several highways. Aufleger, was allegedly in- volved in a shooting incident Tuesday morning at his home in Tryon involving a "white fe- male", Duncan said. "There was an argument in- volving the female and Aufleger. He assaulted her, then fired one shot," Duncan told The Perkins Journal Tuesday. The female in the incident reportedly was not wounded. "When Tryon (police) re- sponded, Aufleger fled in his El Camino with the Tryon unit in a high speed pursuit to Four Corners (US177 and Stt105)," he said. According to reports on the police scanner during the inci- dent Tuesday morning, the sus- pect drove north on US177 "at a speed in excess of 100 miles per hour." Reportedly, he then turned east on County Line Road which eventually dead-ends. Tryon Police Office David Butler, still It must be Homecoming and Harvest Fest! Above photo: The 1997 Homecoming Queen candidates for Perkins-Tryon High School are: Front Row-Rachael Perkins, Jun- ior; Jody Moore, sophomore; and Jenny Tarlton, freshman. Stand- ing-seniors Mindy Wolfe, Ginger Arthur, and Loft Moore. Homecoming coronation ceremonies will be held at 7 p.m. Friday night before the football game between Perkins-Tryon and St. Mary's. Right photo: P-T FFA Ag Mechanics students Jason Babb, left, and Eric Kinzie, right, put the finishing touches on a picnic table the students built. The table has been donated to the Partners In Education organization and it will be given to the highest bidder in a silent auction at the Pumpkin Patch Arts and (:rafts r.ak at the fire station this Saturday. owners in pursuit, stopped and waited for the suspecl to turn around. Autleger in his El ( amino, then allegedly rammed the Tryon police unit "at least once," Duncan said. Officer Butler said that he had responded initially to a re- port of "shots being fired" at Aufleger's residence. While go- ing to the residence he said he saw Aufleger "at the four-way stop sign and when I turned the lights and siren on he acceler- ated and headed west." "I was out of the chase when he rammed me twice. I lost sight of him after that," Butler said. When the suspect was head- ing north on US177, numerous Continued on page 2