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Th t VOLUME 103, NUMBER 54 line near all Harvest activities _ e deadline for entering most of the Harvest Pest activities is 5 p.m. Oct. 8. the word of warning from Karen Kasd, overall coordinator of sponsoring Perkins Chamber of Commerce. vendors ready for the big celebration Oct. 16 which celebrates Day with autumn: Non-Profit Vendors Parents As Teachers: Picture booth r Senior Class: pizza-by-the-slice and snow cones Agronomy Dept.: Corn-on-the-cob Booster Club: Dunking tank, cotton candy and sale of booster license plate Citizens: Caramel corn and chances on a quilt In Education: Jupiter Jump Boosters: Barbecue Middle School Cheerleaders and Perkins Gymnastics: To be be registered with the Chamber. Non-profit clubs and still register booth by comactin8 the Perkins Journal, Parade which begins at 11 a.m., couflnues to grow. to the list is a floats by the freshman class, the Territorial from Guthrie and enfires from Pardners Steak House, third flag football team and Cub scouts. for a position in the parade, contact Sherri Mandeville 547- Entertainment  entertainment, which will be continuous from 9 .m. until 2 p.m., full. who would like to join the galaxy of entertainers, which ;, Greg Savory, Lisa Grimes, U.S. Express Cloggers from Ripley, Lost Creek United Methodist Church Children's Choir, Fowler, Marilyn Wells, Liuda Holbrook and the 4-H Clover is asked to contact entertainment chairman IAnda , _.4& KidGames kid games will be held in the downtown area immediately parade. is chairing this special event for youngsters. lmtrattom Lile expects to lave between =six and dozen deammmmn" their art throughout the downtown area from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Perkins, Payne County, Oklahoma, 74059 Thursday, October 7, 1993 THE PERKINa-TRYON Homecoming royalty Friday consisted of, from the left, KIm Hell, freshmen attendant; Amber Bolnly, sophomore attendant; Whitney Poston, Junior attendant; queen Robin Hell, senior; Heather Roggow and Emily Gunter, senior queen candidates. In front ere crown bearer Jared Shelton and flower girl Bethany Brock. 35 Halloween observed Oct. 30 By Suzanne Gibson General Manager The official day for spooks and ghosts in Perkins will be Oct. 30, another 911 warning was issued by Chief of Police Bill I,ott and approving Harvest Fest requests occupied the bulk of Monday's City Council meeting. Lott told the council his depart- ment had been requested to assist with the annual Halloween Carni- val sponsored by the Perkins Cham- ber of Commerce. The event is set for Saturday, Oct. 30. Mayor Randy Hall agreed with Lott's request of Oct. 30 for the city's observance of Halloween, and for any Trick or Treaters. tat also reported on a gun shot wound Friday night. =An adult was teaching his son gunsafety and the gun went off accidenfly," he said in explaining the incident. The injured man was treated and released at the Stillwater Except for game score, Demon ' Lott again stressed Perkins docs not have a 911 telephone number. homecom ing was outstanding By Bob Williams Journal Editor Pat Gray was still in semi-shell shock state Monday morning. He was almost at a loss for words to explain Friday's 63-2 homecoming loss to Jones with Newcastle on the horizon. Newcastle is, of course, the game was suffered by quarterback Matt Brewer who braised him arm when he banged it off a helmet. He'll be ready to play this week. "Newcastle had a super quick and big noseguard who was causing us all kids of problems. We put in sophomore Josh Morris and he did a good job of holding the kid out. hampered by a sprained thumb, finished with 31 yards rushing. "Anytime we started to get something going on offense, Jones would put their starters back in the game to shut us down." P-T was able to aid being shutout for a third consecutive wk when David Focht tackled =We don't have one. The people tried to call 911 to get an ambulance and could reach nothing but a busy signal. he telephone ndmber to be used for an emergency in Perkins Is .MT-28S5 which Is the police department. Do not call 911. The council agreed to close Main Street Oct. 16 for the Harvest Fast celebration from 5 a.m. until 2 p.m. Kmny Smith and Rick Clark of Pardners Steakhouse on SW Second to have the  =wrapped up" later this week. defending state champion in Clas "When Brewer went out, we were Jones punter Randall McCoy in Street, requested permission to hold be resche7-j0r0377-O124 ................. ... 3A, rsnk. N52un_en infiv_ ab]eto gi homore quarterback  .ne for a ssss.ey in the a .street dance f90 p.m. p  "" C6 ........... ' ............ -wtramllt postea tour ,'/tl-ffm, m;t" cxttama -- t-,Fd; Me,oF .had ' mgttt , contest is open to all kindergarten through fifth graders. Outside of the final score, varsity playing time. centered over his head. Harvest Fest activities. pumpkins should be delivered to the Perkins Journal office, Main between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. any day next week. will be on display until 2 p.m. Oct. 16. Decorating Contast- is still time to enter the business and residential decorating will be awarded. Betty Neal reminds everyone the Harvest Fest contest has to do with Halloween, spooks, goblins or violmce. celebration of our times past and the color of autunm." a business or residence, emtact Neal at the Payne County 546- 2436. Jalopy's Minlsture Golf Ib miniature golf toumammt will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Oct. can post scores anytime during this four-hour period. will be vying for prizes in the following age divisions: 4-11, 20-49 and 50 and up. isa$1 entry fee. will include trophies and merdmudise prizes. more information, contact Lynn Kinder or Gme Wollonberg at the Bank, 547-2436. Pmnpidn Bakeeff i Cimarron Valley FCE Club is sponsoring the bakeclf. The grand receives $25 and the reserve champion $15. i bake off will be in the categories of fresh and canned pumpkins in senior divisions. Entries can be pies, quick breads, yeast , cakes, cookies and other deserts and other recipes .... must be in place by 9:30 a.m. Oct. 16 in the Liom Dea. information, contact Opal Oison, 547-2289 or Esther Ham, Celebration Begins Oct. 14 =second Harvest Fest celebration begins Thursday, Oct. 14, when Demons host Bethany at 7:30 p.m. in Distri' 3A-I encounter. Friday evening at 7:30 with gospel sing featuring the Quartet. Street Donee lqmmed Steakhouse is tentatively planning a street dance from 2-9 the one block, from Second to Third Streets on W. Stumbo, off for the party. not locked in concrete yet," stressed Rick Clark, one of the "but we did get permission from the city council to block street for the dance." OF COMMERCE LUNCHEON, Thursd, Oct. 7, noon. DINNER, Thursday, Oct. 7, Smior Citizens Center, $4 for adults, $2 for children. GOSPEL OPRY, Thursday, Oct. 7, 7 p.m. BOOSTER MEETING and election of clticers, Thursday, ,7 p.m., band room. FOR MOST HARVEST FF..ST ACTIVITIES, 5 p.m., iOct. 8. FEST FOOTBALL GAME, Bethany at Perkins-Tryon, OCt. 14, 7:30 p.m. FEST GOSPEL SING featuring the Hesrtla Quartet, Oct. 15, 7:30 p.m. ALUMNI BANQUET, Saturday, Nov. 6, School gymnasium, 6 p.m. homecoming was a rousing success. Robin Hall was crowned home- coming queen by king James Wilkes in impressive pre-game ceremonies. The game ball came floating in via the Oklahoma Parachute Center out of Cushing. The jump was spon- sored by the yearbook staff. And, the Midnight Regiment teamed up with the alumni band for an out- standing halftime performadce. The i combined groups drew a standing ovation following their final num- ber, the traditional "You'll Never Walk Alone," which was played this year in memory of the late Carol Wall. The positive things that came from the shellacking by Jones that lowered the Perkins-Tryon Demons season record to 0-5 and 0-2 overall, include: "Not suffering any serious in- juries that will keep anybody from playing at Newcastle, and getting some positive playing time for some of younger kids," said Gray. "The only injury we had in the "Freshman Brad Kastl got to play a lot and we started freshman Roland Bastianelli at linebacker. =They all gave us some positive playing time." Perkins-Tryon is simply caught up in the numbers game. "We don't have that many players out. We had injuries and a scholas- tic casualty for Jones," Gray con- tinued. "we weren't able to practice the injured during the week. We vre just trying to get them healthy. Without the benefit of a week's practices, we struggled. And, our backups are freshmen who are trying hard and gaining experience but lack strength and size. "We missed a lot of tackles. We were putting an arm on a runner instead of a pad. "We started the game without one-half (Jeff McClellan and Pete Sweger) of our starting backfield and then lost our quarterback. Jones was keying on our leading rasher, Jeremy Bale. Jeremy, who was The Demons are self destructing, early. Against Jones, P-T had eight fumbles, losing five, had a pass picked off and a punt blocked for a safety. Perkins-Tryon fumbled away the ball on the first play of the game. Jones scored in five pI,ws with senior David Martin getting the six points from oue-yard out and superb junior running hack Telly Oatewood kicking the extra point. The Demons were three and out after the ensuing kickoff. Martin fumbled Bale punt forward 14 yards, recovering at the P-T 37. Five plays later, Gatewood scored from the 11. He also converted. On P-T's next possession, Gate- va3od scooped up a Demon fum- ble, returning it 46 yards for an- other touchdown. His conversion kick made it 21-0 with 2:37 left in the first period. The issue had been decided, early. =We, the players and the coaches, can't hang our heads," Gray said. "I (See DEMONS on Pge 4) P-T board discusses auction, votes to change health carrier By Bob Williams  was concerned about the vast compete in the Arcalala Marching Journal Editor The Perkins-Tryon Board of Education looked at Saturday's land auction, heard the fruitless quest (so far) of a patron, voted to change health-dental carrier and approved a pair of out of town trips for the FFA and band during a routine board meeting Monday night. Superintendent of Schools Jim Hyder called the board's attention to the auction Saturday of 50 acres of "surplus land. C.D. Mihura has agreed to be the auctioneer at no cost to the school district." The sale of the laud came up at the September meeting when Cimarron Golf, Inc. asked to pur- chase the land. There was con- flict of interested with at least twu board members being associated with Cimarron Golf which is in the process of building an nine-hole golf course north of tem. The golf association was interested in pur- chasing the land to build a driving range and putting greea. The board voted at a special meeting later in the month to put the land up for auc- tion. Hyder said he expected to have the final appraisal of the land 00emy. Caml__Hol. mid _ the board number of bridges, 35, that are out in Lincoln County which is forcing both the school district buses and mail mutes to go =the long way arouml. "I talked to the county commis- sioners and they said they don't have any money to fix the bridges. Without an additional sales tax, them is only money to fix one bridge a year." Hyder said he was aware of the problem and "we are facing the same situation in Payne County. We have been assured that when money is released or becomes available then something would be done." School personnel vute 42-29 to change health and dental insurance plans with 24 not carrying. Hyder reco the board go with the te. They agreed. As of Nov. I, P-T will align with the Oklahoma State and Education Employee's Group Insurance. . The board also apwoved a trip for the FFA to the National Meats and Contest and Festival. Tracy Farmer, representing the Perkins Youth and Sports Organiza- tion, made the group's annual re- quest for the elementary and mid- dle school gynmasinsms to be used by PYSO when not being used for school activities. Farmer is working with Hyder on gymnasium avail- ability and practice times. Hyder also brought up an idea being considered by the yearbook staff. Dairy Judging Contest Nov. 8-13 in Kansas City, Mo. where Perkins- Tryon would be representing the state in meats and dab3, judging, and a trip for the P-T band to Arkansas City, Ken. Oct. 30 to =It's still in the plning stage," Clark said Wednesday afternoon. "We wanted something for adults to do after the other activities have concluded. It's an idea to make it a full day of fun for everybody and not end it in the early afternoon. "The first step was to get the council's permission to block off the street, from Second to Third on Stumbo, prior to completing the plans," said Clark. The City Council agreed to the idea of street dance with stipu- latices: The dance could be held from 2-9 p.m.; Pardners had to get written permission from the resi- dents involved; Pardners would be responsible for cleanup following the dance; and no alcoholic bever- ages would be permitted. In other business items: ..... Lany Wasson of TLT Paving Company asked for a demonstration ou a new road surface to help the city fill cracks and potholes. The product will seal the roadway and help maintain the streets after the initial treatment; ..... Ray "lrlton, who purchased the property at 217 E. Hurt, asked for a water deposit and monthly charge of $7.05 be waved as the structure would not be occupied. The council instructed City Attorney Roger McMillian to check ordnances before taking action; .... Larry Moorman reported the =two-inch water line on the west side of town was coming along." Carney using Tryon gymnasium "we would have two yearbooks. One would be softcover for the ele- mentary school students in Perkins and Tryon, and the usual hard- cover one for the middle and high schools. The cost of each book would be reduced by making the change," Hyder said. Hyder also prepared policy for "religions observations and dis- plays" for the board's considera- tion. School counselors gave a brief report on the ITBS test scores which With no gymnasium of their own, the Perkins-Tryon school system is working with Carney officials to use the Tryon gymnasium for a practice site and for "at least one its home game." Carney found itself "gyndess" earlier in the year when a structure problem made the gymnasium un- safe." While working out the gym prob- lems, the Bulldogs will be using the Tryon gynmnsium. The Lady Bull- dogs began practice Monday. They workout 11 a.m. until noon. The were taken last spring, boys will go from 5-6:30 p.m. The board also anuroved the iob Facin 8 all road games this sea- descriptions for the financial sec-. , uamey s..nstdenog havmg at retary, superintendent's secretary, !east its annum nomecomin, g g.ame cafeteria managers and transporm-_ m Try.on, rather than holding t on tion coordinator, a rore|gn court.