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RNA 17, 1996 etbook. Come July 1, 1974, it'll be illegal for towns the size of Perkins to burn trash or to throw it in an open dump. Every litter bit will have Give Flu Season a < to be buried in sanitary landfills. Members of the Perkins High School Future Farmers of America Shot in the Arme poultry team took first place honors at the Tulsa State Fair Satur- / oumal day. On the team were Pat Manke, Steven Cundiff, Randy Kriel Pneumonia / and Howar Newport. Sports section photo caption: David Kinzie prevents a Chandler Shots player from blocking this punt by freshman Tim Hubbard. Also shown is Demon fullback Keimy Nelson. Dr. Keith Hough's Office is compiled by D. Clark .Display ad on page six: Don't miss this special sale on the offering annual flu shots and 40 Years Ago - October 18. 1956 Kawasaki Mach III offered exclusively at Cooper's Cycle Center. 0- one-time pneumonia shots: *Lead story: Charles WallAwardedAmerican Farmer Degree, FFA 60 mph in 4 seconds, standing quarter-mile in 12. 4 seconds, 60 Highest- Charles Wall, Perkins, was one of sixteen Oklahoma farm horsepower, 500cc - only $995.00. $ | 0 FJu |hot $ 20 "- boys who received one of the greatest honors of their lives Tuesday Front page photo caption: Scholarships totaling $800 a semester You should consider an annual flu shot and when they walked across the National FFA Convention stage in have been awarded to senior engineering students at Oklahoma Kansas City to receive the coveted American Farmer degrees and State University. pneumonia shot if you: pins. PHS graduate, Roy Wall, received the George McMichael Memo- Are 65 or older Charles Wall, who received his Junior Master Farmer Degree in rial Senior Scholarship. 1954, is 20 years old and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Wall. He * kve lth pro[rictus whkh coukJ lives with his parents while farming and attending college. 20 Years Ago - October 14, 1976 from the flu or pneumonia more difficult, His parents gave him a steer and a pig as a youngster and he has Dec Dobson will represent l erkins on Kaw Water Board. Vaccinations available by developed a program now worth $8,578.03. .In his JustA Line More column, Journal editor Bob Evans writes: Wall has an outstanding leadership record, serving as state FFA The Texas-OU game at Dallas or the OSU vs Kansas at Stillwater For more information or an a vice-president as well as president and vice-president of his FFA had more local interest than we thought. John Baker closed up the call (405) 547-2473 or toll free chapter. He is active in church functions and was a member of the store to go to the game. Now we might understand Hurley Blumer Kdih D. mgh, : Perkins High School basketball and football teams. An outstand- or Bill McDaniel closing up shop to watch football, but it must have ing college student, he has received the Sears-Roebuck Foundation been an awful struggle for John to decide to close. ddns Family Crmk scholarship for two years. .Tonkawa Buccaneers pirate the Demons, 35-0. ! 17 South Sixth Grade by Paula Evans and Eileen Willard Photo caption on page nine: Jack Lee Breeden and "The Drivers" Pevklmb 0k homa Almost all of us went to the grade school game and enjoyed it very are a popular band in this area. Pictured are Ted Prickett, Floyd A S ,ice o/AHiHc e. t Medi t much. Hillhouse, Jack Lee Breeden and Jim Stone. We are sorry to say only 17 pupils attended church or Sunday .The high school library received a loss when heavy rain fell last school last week. We will do better next week. week. Valuable National Geographic bound volumes for the years Evelyn Harshman, Paula Evans and Eileen Willard judged poul- 1931 through 1935 were soaked, according to Mrs. Acuff. try Wednesday at Harmony. eA student from Perkins has a supporting role in Shakespeare's Larry Dale Holbrook was ill and missed school Monday and Tues- Taming Of The Shrew, to be staged at Oklahoma State University day. Warren Reynolds was ill Tuesday. on October 14-16. In science, we studied penguins and then drew pictures and wrote Christopher Brown, a sophomore in theater, will play Gremio, one reports about them for our notebooks, of three young men seeking the hand of the fickle Bianca. Ted Kolosick has a perfect score in spelling for the first six weeks. Several people missed only one word. Those missing only one word 15 Years Ago - October 15, 1981 were: Kenneth Cross, Jimmy LaFollette, Barrett Needles, Wayne ,This week's "Telephone Poll" asked Perkins: Do you think teen Woolsey, Patsy Caldwell, Rhoda Jane Holderman, Marilyn Nelson drivers should have to pay more for auto insurance than older driv- and Stella Nelson. ' ers? Yes, 26%, no, 74%. Janelle Bateson had her arm injured last week. She is back in *In Pat Skaggs' Carney News: The Carney First Baptist Church school now and doing fine. honored Mr. John Cole, age 99 years, Sunday, October 11, 1981. *In the classifieds: Mr. Cole came to Oklahoma over 75 years ago from Missouri with > FOR SALE - Ducks, 75 each. Mrs. W. H. Eaton a group in a covered wagers. Mr. Cole is Carney's oldest citizen. Fourth Grade Sports writer Daryn Casey reports: Despite the absence of a Last week in English we did characterizations. People character- scoreboard, Friday's 20-7 win over the favored Drumright Torna- ized were Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis, a policeman, a taxi driver, does, shone in the faces of the Perkins-Tryon Demons. members of a family, Mickey Mantle, negro maids, storekeepers, Harlan McKosato scored the first Demon touchdown early in the clowns, an elephant crossing the street and Robin Hood. The class game and passed to Phil Halsey to give the Demons a first quarter r " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " " | Gentlemen, under no obligation please contact: voted the best characterization to Donna Wall, who characterized 8-0 lead. herself and her sister who were getting ready to attend a social In the second quarter, after an interception, Harlan McKosato function at college. Second place was voted to Sandra Wells and hurled the ball 31 yards to Bruce Field giving the Demons their Name Mary Jane Graves, who were negro maids. Third place was Jim second touchdown. The conversion attempt was unsuccessful, mak- Goforth, Bob Smith and Dennis Marler, who characterized clowns, ing the score 14-0, Demons. | Adctress Everyone enjoyed the characterizations very much. The Tornadoes scored their only touchdown in the second quarter, | City State the extra point play was good producing the second half score of 14- | Best time to contact: (a.m.) Year AJo - October 19. 1961 7 The Perkins Demons dropped a 20-8 decision to Harrah's squad Harlan McKosato passed tl}t, ball 15 yards to Clarence Brooks to | Other Phone Friday night in a conference game. score, The conversion pass was iruitless and the Demons ended the | MAIL COUPON TODAY,! :. The local team won "ev here on the eboa2d " coming scoringfor theeveningwitkawlnning20-7. .... ...... L I " " " --' " " " --- " --" "-- " out ahead in total yardage and first downs. However, three inter- Nickey Westbrook led the Demons in yardageWith yards on 15 cepted passes hurt the Perkins cause, carries, following were Eric Smith with 45 yards on nine carries. Buddy Lawrence piled up 64 yards net on 18 carries for the De- Clarence Brooks had 35 with 6, Bobby Buck with 21 on 4 and John mons, while Jerry Braziel was picking up 60 yards on 10 carries for Hoover with 12 on 2. a six-yard per carry average. Braziel also completed four of seven Steve Grotheer had nine assisted tackles and one unassisted. Rob- passes in the losing cause, ert Wall had 8 assisted tackles and one unassisted. Gerald Johnson, who has been visiting his mother, Zoa Johnson The Demons intercepted four of the Tornadoes 22 attempted passes. west of Perkins, over the weekend, left for his home at Disney on Nickey Westbrook caught 2 passes with Eric Smith and Harlan GING Monday. McKosato with one each. is the A dance for Perkins High School students and graduates will be Marilyn held in the Lions Den October 20, immediately following the home- Ten Years Aye - October 16. 1986 Ginger is a coming game. One of the top ten high school football games of the week in the High *The Perkins Roundup Club voted Tuesday to attend a Trail Ride state will be played in Perkins Thursday night at 8 p.m. on Wilhite on Sunday, Oct. 22, at 10 a.m., to start at the river bridge north of Field, when No. 2 ranked Newkirk meets No. 3 ranked Perkins- sheep and Ripley. Tryon. She has beell The new young people's training union class oftheBaptist Church *Perkins police were asked to remove a pair of handcuffs from vicepresiden! enjoyed charcoaled hamburgers on the church lawn Tuesday local resident Bobby Shaddy. Shaddy, a janitor at Oklahoma State current evening. After the meal the group spent the rest of the evening University, had found a pair of handcuffs in a trash dumpster and playing ping pong and shuffle board in the church recreation room. clamped one ring of the cuffs onto his wrist. There was not key and being on the The new class was organized this year for young people from 17 to he was unable to get it open. He came to the Perkins police depart- Judging 24. Attending the first social event of the new class were: Judy ment and asked the fficer on duty to release him. The officer's cuff Team Rylant, Paulette Fagan, Stella Nelson, Linda Cameron, Carol Per- key did not fit. Another officer's key was tried as well as that of Star ter, Lonnie Tabor, Bob Wells, Charles Brooks, Kellis Brown, Charles Deputy Sheriff Doyle Harral, but none worked. Officers finally re- freshman Woolsey, Jerry Lemons'and Reverend and MrS. Charley Westbrook. leased the cuffs from Shaddy's arm with a screwdriver and instruc- AROUND THE TOWN: tions to have a key before trying them on again. > Mr. and Mrs. Ditz McIlvain and children were Saturday morning 1,032 Perkins-Tryon school district voters, for the fourth time, )hal visitors of Mrs. McIlvain's father, Forrest Bush and Mr. McIlvain's rejected a bond proposal. The margin was the same as it was in a Ginger Arthur FHA, FCA, mother, Mrs. Leona McIlvain, both of Tonkawa. November 1985 election - 59.2% to 40.8%. The issue must carry by Safe > Mr. and Mrs. Francis Markee made a business trip to Vinita Sat- 60%. junior class urday. The issue was for $1,100,000 to build a 24,500 sq. ft. elementary > Carl Mahar celebrated his birthday Sunday with a birthday party school on 15 acres purchased last summer across from the Method- Club. in Springdale, Arkansas. The fishermen helping Carl celebrate were ist Church on East Kirk Avenue. Mrs. Mahar, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Neitman 'and Mr. and Mrs. Don Mr. and Mrs. Carroll (Beanie) Sadler, Perkins, are very proud to GENA WOLLENBERG - Mercer. The three couples spent Saturday night in Checotah. announce the birth of a second son, born October 7, 1986, in the Gena is the daughter of > Jack Floyd and Kurt Savage were Sunday night visitors in the W. Stillwater Medical Center. He weighed nine pounds, one ounce and Gene and Carla W. Rails home. has been named Brent Pete. Wollenberg, Perkins. Some =A basket dinner was held at the Progress Community Center to Sports writer Cory McDaniel reports: The Perkins-Tryon Demons of Gena's honor Frank CundiffofLamar, Missouri, who is a brother of Vivian scored 19 points in the first six minutes and 48 seconds of the game accomplishments include: Cundiff, his sister, Mrs. Nellie Caudell and her daughter and hus- to take a 31 to 14 victory over the Pawnee Black Bears last Friday. Masonic Citizenship band, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shade of Largo, Florida. P-T will now take a 6-0 record and #3 ranking into fiext week's Award, Payne County 4-H CORRECTION: In last week's Journal, in the bowling news, it game with 6-0 and #2 ranked Newkirk here Thursday night. Health Award, Outstanding was stated that Ralph's Packing team lost three of its four games. Junior 4-H Member, Actually, the team won all four games. The Journal apologizes for Five Years Ago - October 17, 1991 Supershowmanship/Payne this error. Front page photo caption: Homecoming queen Nikki Kucko andCounty, Perkins 4-H Junior King Bryan Huckabay leave the field after impressive pre-game Vice-President, attended 30 Years Ago, October 13. 1966 ceremonies last Friday night. Leading the way is crown bearerAbe Austrian Millenium A new addition to The Perkins Journal staffis Bob Pyle who will Cobb and flower girl Breena Lewis. Celebration, member 6th serve as news editor and office manager for the local newspaper. Saturday afternoon visitors of Mary Smith were Yandell Gardner grade band, member 6th In Ditz McIlvain's Coach' Comments: There isn't too much to of Marlow, Elizabeth Wise, Janet Shultz, Frances Gray, Marygrade basketball team, comment on after our game with Davenport Friday night. Their Schieffer and Dora Mercer. middle school cheerleader, team was not very fast, which made us look pretty good. They had The Purebred Dairy Cattle Association of Oklahoma presented member 1st Baptist a better passing attack that I had not figured on. Th eir net yardage its most prestigious award to Trisha Cobb of Perkins. The presen- Church of Perkins and Gena was only 10 yards, but passing was 167 net yards, of course, most tation was made at a special ceremony during the Brown SwissReserve Champion Payne of this was against our Chinese Band-Aids and other reserves. Show at the State Fair of Oklahoma on Sept. 16 in Oklahoma City. County speech contest. The one thing I would like to comment on was that a couple of occasions our down-field blocking was real good. We seemed to be Last Year. October 19. 1995 in the right position both times. This really helped out when Alan Lead story: Elmo Barnes of Perkins was elected into the Payne Cundiff went 77 yards for a touchdown. County Cattlemen's Association Hall of Fame at ceremonies held m In the classifieds: in Stillwater Tuesday night, October 10. | | | > DOGS - Hound dogs - coon dogs - fox dogs - skunk dogs - mama dogs - papa dogs - boy dogs - girl dogs - possum dogs - wolf dogs - Barnes is the second inductee into the Cattlemen's Hall of Fame rabbit dogs-squirreldogs-littledogs-bigdogs.Allotherkindsof that ispresentedannuallytoamemberwhohasnotonlybeenac- PAYNE COUNTY dogs, and even dogs that chase cars. Call Ed Smith. tive in the organization and the community, but also active in the ' promotion of the cattle industry on a state and national level.,MEMBER FDIC ! 25 Years Ago- October 14. 1971 The award was presented to Barnes by longtime friend Galen *Equal Housing Lea c[el ! *Saturday drawing winners wet: Everett Thomas, Emily Floyd, Holsinger of Perkins. i Meva Cain, Ida B. Brannon and Rena Burton, .The Perkins-Tryon High Schooi Band,along with 16 eighth-grad- * On the editorial page, Darrel Miller writes: The Ecology Move- ers, took first place in the 2A class division, Saturday, Octoberl5 202 S. Main, Perkins, OK merit soon will hit you.., both in the trash barrel and in the pock- in the OSU Homecoming Parade.