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September 28, 1989

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The Perkins Journal Thursday, September 28, 1989 -- PAGE 3 E. Alan Smith are always I can do eyes usually develop it can range from to a serious pro- raw skin, and cause a dry eye more time than ksep- Excessive tear- :drainage can cause due to eye infections, in the eye, severe problems, blocked tumors of the tear such as amemia, arthritis, lse. eye exam by your with eye and general will be necessary. also be covered by eyes are always [ what can problem eye can be due to tear glands, certain as rhuematoid ar- A deficiency, drugs pressure such as or a very dry itching, burn- sensitivi- sandy feeling. exam the cause can and eye If your recommend liquid and tests may by Medicare. dark spots and floating in my is this? are called floater spots are normally and other matter in the jelly-like fills the eye. They they can for a serious these spots have examine you ira- !be safe. Be sum to and strands you sometimes in.care or a busted wait to have them Installs oung Homemakers officers for first meeting since president is Gayla president is Shelly Calavan is the the treasurer; Jonelle and Valarie parlimentarian. for the even- and easy Halloween YHo meeting on Oct. salad supper. will discuss home are always Lg a friend! % ....... , YNE At Your Library These books are recommended by Thomas-Wilhite Librarian Joyce Winston for your reading pleasure. Library Hours are Monday--12-7; Tuesday,Wednesday and Friday--12-5; Thursday--9-5; and Saturday--9-12. ADULT NON-FICTION *Maximum Metabolism; The Diet Break- Through For Permanent Weight Loss. * The Great Depression of 1990 by Ravi Batra- * The Eight Week Cholesterol Cure by Robert E. Kowalski. FICTION * Champion by L. Christian B ailing. *Mitla Pass by Leon Uris. * Honorbound by Laura Taylor. MYSTERY * The Cdrl On The Beach by Velda Johnston, *Incident at Badamya by Dorothy Gilman. JUVENILE FICTION *Meet Samanth, an American Girl by Susan Adler. *Mostly Michael by Robert Kimmel. CHILDREN'S FICTION *Death Of The Iron Horse by Paul Goble. *Rumpehtiltskin retold by Paul O. Zelinsky. All Sports Boosters By Linda "Jody" Acuff Due to a scheduling conflict, the pep rally that was planned for this Thursday evening won't be held. However, all Perkins-Tryon athletic fans are encouraged to be at our local football field this Thursday evening to cheer for our eight and ninth grade teams as we host the Chandler Lions. Friday night's homecoming game with Drurnright is scheduled to begin at 7:10 p.m. The Boosters Club would like to encourage you to support your teams in 1989-90 with your atten- dance and with your donations. This years club dues are "' individuals or $7.50 for family. You do not have to attend meetings. Your financial support (as parents, grandparents, alumni, etc.} is always needed and ap- preciated. A check payable to P-T ALL SPORTS BOOSTERS can be mailed to Linda "Jody" Acuff, Rt. 3, Box 460, Perkins, Ok. 74059. You are invited to attend our next regular meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 10, at 7:30 p.m. at the high school building. I fill ....-"" I I Covering Walls With .... Fabric Is Extension Homemakers Lesson Covering Walls with Fabric will be demonstrated Tuesday, Oct. 3rd .... at 10 a.r and again at 7 p.m. at the Payne County Fairgrounds east of Last week i ,~tart~