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CHAMBERLIN is the Perldns-Tryon High School Player the Week "Jesse played about everything for us at head coach Pat Gray said in making the ment "We had him at wide receiver, running back, secondary and he returned kicks. Jesse played well, did all we asked and gave us total effort." I Club holds first eeting of new year By Fern Downey Mutual Implovement Club Sept. 18, in the home of Sasso f0i the first meeting 1993.-94 year. Maxine Frazier aret t Jibon rved as co- with V Ucinia. membcL&apos;; enjoyed a morning which consisted of breakfast fruits, tl|t|tiills, rolls, and coffee serve0 at lovely tables. Dick,;n, president, called tt> order aud welcomed ' 1 member Claudea, Reyno ds other member t!== were The minutes were read and approved and a treasurers report of $226.69 was given. Each member received a yearbook. The president thanked the yard beautification committee for their work during the summer months. Those attending were: Inez Barn- es, Ellen Dickson, Fern Downey, Billie Fisher, Maxine Frazier, Mar- garet Gibson, Margaret Hrencher, Joan McDaniel, Barbara Kirby, Vir- ginia Sasser, Judy Spillars, Phyl- lis Stevens, Erma Thomas, Kristy Willingham, Claudean Reynolds and guest Connie Kirby Lane. If you have an item or garage sale you would like to advertise, bring it down to the Perkins Journal at 133 S Main Troop 99 active By Susan I)ok Troop 99, is making for an active year. The troop hiked the Saubol Lkc nature and held it; iww member meeting. also include learning more ping, hiking, ,.mture, trail a.d a o,emJght trip in the ummbers will attend a celebration in honor of GordoI! L('s flounder of Scouting) birthday Nov. 2 in atcL the month of October, the ,,ill hold a special investiture L, cw members. hosts reunion Troop members are Jennifer Bell, Amber Christian, Stephanie Duff),, Jessica Dukes, Nicole Durbin, Tabitha Gibson, Gloria Jobe, Tonya Kliesen, and Kerry Morton. Troop 99 is open to any sec- ond grade girl. The troop meets Wednesdw at 7 p.m. Anyone needing more informa- tion may contact this year's leaders, Susan Dukes, 547-2645 or Becky Morton 547-2260. Mahar was hostess to her reunion held Sept. 1%15-19. attending the annual Hicks reunion were: Mr. and Mrs. Hicks, Lamed, Kan.; Mrs. Hicks, Satanta, Kan.; Elysa Norton, Kan.; Mrs. Betty Dale Halze and Roy Burk ,rson Co.; Mr. and Mrs. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Heal Geary; Nick Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mason Angie, Mary Ann Bargelt, Mr. and Mrs Chip and Chase, Cushing; Mr. Mrs. C.E Mahar, Wichita, Mrs. Beverly Craven and Matthew; Mr. and Mrs. Bounds, Tryon; Mrs. Armtong, Oklahoma City; and Kristy Bounds and Randall, Luther; Debra Kaus, Junction, Colo.; Frank and White, Holdenville; and Maria Mahar, Perkins. 6 OZ. SIRLOIN -High-lights.  -Colors ) (Call Monica, Carolyn or Rhonda) DEMONS (Continued from lge 1) =We played him at wide receiver, running back, punt returns, defen- sive back, just any place where we needed somebody we put Jesse there and he gave us all he had at each po- sition. We're all very proud of his attitude and effSrt. He wants to play and he wants to win." No Class 2A There was a rumor last week that Perkins-Tryon was definitely going to play in Class 2A next year. Not so, says both Lance Miller, athletic director, and Pat Gray, head football coach. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII "We don't know yet what class we'll be in next year," said Miller. "The state association realigns every two years. The new classes won't be known until after the football season, probably around Christmas. "They will take the top 32 schools in enrollmcat and put then in Class 6A. The next 32 witl be 5A, etc. "There has to be 128 schools larger than Perkins-Tryon High School for us to go i,to Class 2A. "We don't know how many 2A schools have gained enrollment and how many 3A schools have lost The Perkins Journal, Thursday, September 30, 1993 -PAGE 7 IIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllll IIIIIIIIIII students, and we won't know for two or three more months," Miller said. Gray wants his players and fans to stop thinking about 2A and concentrate on 3A. "We are a 3A school until we hear otherwise," Gray stressed. "We have got to prepare ourselves mentally to stay at the 3A level. We can't petition to go to a lower class. We have to believe we can win at this level and not dream about dropping in classification." District Results Results of last week's opening games in District 3A-I: Kingfisher 42, Perkins-Tryon 0 Millwood 45, Bethany 0 Newcastle 45, Tuttle 0 Jones 19, Perry 0 This week's games: Jones at Perkins-Tryon Newcastle at Perry Kingfisher at Millwood Bethany at Tuttle Shop Perkins STAffrs OCTOBER 1,1993 (Continued from Page 1) forum will be in next week's Perkins Journal. Jalopy's Mlaiatm'e Golf lbmaumaent The second miniature golf tour- nament at Jalopy's will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Oct. 16. Participants can post scores any- time during this four-hour period. Golfers will be vying for prizes in the following age divisions: Children, 5- 11; youth, 12-19; More homes needed to house CU band Pexkins-Tryon High School still needing homes to house the University Colorado Golden Buffalo Marching Band Band will. 5. According to Perkins-Tryon Band Director Kent "lylor, "We are about ane-third of the way to the amount of houses we need." The Colorado band has about 210 members. The band will perform of the halftime of the Demons home game with Millwood. The Colorado band will then perform the next day at Oklahoma State University. If you can house from one to four students, or more please fill out the form below and return it to the Perkins-Tryon High School office, or mail the form to: P-T High School, c/o Kent Taylor, Box 549, Perkins, 74059. YES! I CAN HOUSE THE COLORADO B;;rtD (or par of it) NAME .................................................. MAILING ADDRESS ............................................. CITY/ZIP .................................. PHONE ....................................... NUMBER OF STUDENTS .......... MAL ........... FI'h'L[il .......... young adult, 20-49; and senior, 50 aud up. Prizes will include trophies for first place in each division, ribbons for all participants, and gift certifi- cates to the top five finishers in each age bracket. There is an entry fee of $1. For more information, contact Lynn Kinder or Came Wollenberg at the Payne County Bank, 547-2436. Entlres Open Entries for the bakeoff, parade, arts and crafts, business and resi- dential decorating contest, vendors, entertainment, are all open. "We urged everyone not to wait until the last minute to enter," Kastl added. "The deadline is Oct. 8 but most areas are filling up fast. We don't want anybody to be left out or disappointed. "I'm really happy and pleased with the work of our various chairmen. I think it's shaping to be an outstanding celebration." Cushing Chiropractic Clinic -Professional Staff *State-Of-The-Art Equipment -Personal Injury -Health Insurance -Workers Compensation -Sports Injury Open 6 Days A Week 1-8OO/954-3339 941 E. Cherry - Cushing (1 Block West o[ Hospital) FOR LOVE OR MONEY PG: dlt .qdlt NIGRrLY 7t 9 ROOKIE OF THE YEAg Stevm PG SAT. & SUN. :OO NIGHTLY 7:05 JURASSIC PARK Sree PGI$ SAT. & WoN. 1: kle IGHTLY 7dl@ PROGRAM il SAT. & /aee &3 IGHTLY 7te$ 3 GOOD SON st,tee il SAT. & SUN. I:N :0 Sdl NIGffrLYTtL 1 FUGITIVE SAT. &  4lff IGHTLY  STRIKING DISTANCE it 8AT. & SUN. his 3t15 StB NIGffrLY 7t Lq 9:1 oOtll EVAN@ NDOW Tt 405-372-6929 1201 N. BOOMER RD. STILLWATER Eactor00 Trained Servtce JEtceilent Service for ear Va/aed ustbme;Fs Roper No-Frost Refrigerator Model RS22BRXA 21.7 tu. h. Total Refrigeraled Volume Ice Dispensing Throug[i-the-Door Crisper Meat Pan-Temperature Adjul Utility Comperlment 5 Refrigerator Door Shelve * 3 Freezer Shelve-] Freezer Bin Ire Butket Freezer lighted 5 Freezer Door Shelves * .Up-front ontrols Adiustoble Rollers Ex(eeds 1993 Energy Standards hy ! 5% Textured Steel Doors and Cabinel <,, We NowAcc $88'8 Sub-Zero Jenn Air KltchenAid Thrmador Tappen Roper TH ildMI "wzsTz0000z 120 W. Hall of Fame 372 5548 Swater, Diamond J Men's S,at00t** Big Ropers Brushpopper Ladies Big Sale! Shirts Jeans 2995 159s 1 This sale lasts through October 2nd.