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Perkins, Oklahoma
October 26, 1989     The Perkins Journal
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October 26, 1989

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The Perkins Journal Thursday, October 26, 1989 -- PAGE owne, ~hen Raines (;abe Stewart hit his brother in just over a Garland for a touchdown. The helped lead the extra-point was successful to tie the Bears to a key game up at %7. ,~\,~r the Perkins- The Demons couldn't mount an at Memorial attack and soon gave the ball back I~-I ma&alate on a punt. Pawnee continued to up~hott ~nd shnp move the ball and score([ Gahe time. Stewart set up his own touchdown in the district play with a long scramble to the Demon With only two three-yardline. Once again the kick in the season, the was good and the Black Bears led now in a must-win 14-7. order to make the Pawnee then came up with the big play of the game. Scott Wilson started out the stepped in front of an Adcock pass the football. Theyfailed and took the ballinto the end-zone. the first down and Armando Pena added another fumbled the punt extra-point to give the hosts a 21-7 Wells covered it. advantage. inmmdiately turned Adcock came right back moving for the Demons. the ball down the fielc[ Ryan Bryan Adcock found Adams then picked off a pass to hte goal-line and stop the Demons. the pass in for a P-T got the ball back and Adock Smithey toed the again hit WelLs who took the ball to the two. Three plays later "1~ held tough the entire first half. closer to the goal ! )ickson ~ et~ stopped short. Tard-line and missed Pawnee then picked up a couple goal attempt, of first downs and ran out the clock. played error-free Scan Hall carried the ball 14 first half and made times for 74 yards. Dickson added mistakes. At I I yards on seven totes. Kenas the second period, Ad- rushed for three and Chris Wolf found Wells to set up a one. by Smithey. Adcock hit on 10 of 22 passes for but the Demons 147 yards. Wellshad six catches for 7-0 lead over the 107 yards. Jesse Patterson had' team in their class, three receptions for 27 yards. Den- half by nis M atheson, Kenas and Wolf also to the Demon 23 but caught passes for the Demons. the football and Justin Senior tackle Robert Sasser led to halt the drive, the defense with 15 stops. Scott the ball right Gunter had 12 tackles on the day. snap. Pawnee The Demons next action is Fri- the scoreboard when day, Oct. 27 at Jones. I ;S Of The Mq By Debbie Lott Amber Diel of the seventh grade Middle School Stv.(!ents of the is the daughter of Tom and Susan Week were chosen last week at tim Diel. tter interest and hobbies are M onday night teache~.~ nac~ing, sewing, showing sheep and cooking. The student,s are Scan Howdl of Amber is also active in 4-H, Pep the fifth grade. I~,:e Scott of the Club and Spider Club. She has at- sixth grade, Amber Diel of the tended Perkins for two years. seventh grade, and James Hays of Ambe: said {hat she was surprised the eighth gr~tde.. Sean Howell of the fifth grade is the son of John and Mary ttowell, His interest and hobbies are hun- ting, fishing and playing football. Sean has attended Perkins school for five years. Sean commented that he was very happy t(, J eceive Student of the Week. bee Scott of the sixth grade is the daughter of George and Charlotte Scott. tier interest and hobbi,_~s arc riding horses and swimming. Lee has attended Perkins for six years. 1,ee commented that she was very surprised to receive Strident of the Week. b -st through for the Parents-Teachers score. The conversion pass to Conferences Are Held By Gina Huckabay The schools in the Perki~-Tryon school district are holding a parent- teacher conference day on Wednes- day, Nov. 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students will not attend ,school that day. Perkins Elementary is sending home notes with each of the students stating the times the child's teacher will be available for conferences throughout the day. Parents needing to call the elemen- tary for any further information may call 547-2255. The middle school is sending home notes with it's students an- nouncing the conferences. Parents of these chidren can call 547-2475 to make an appointment with any of the student's teachera , The higll school is also holding parent-teacher conference day and any parent wanting to make an ap- a teacher(s) can call 547-2425. Tryon Elementary will be holding conferences that day as well. to rec~ve Student of the Week. JameS~ ays of the eight grade is the son of~James and Nita Hays. His interest and hobbies are horseback riding, bike riding and hunting, J ames,is a new student to Perkins Middld School this year. James replied that be was shocked when he receivecl Student of the Week. The awards that are given to the students are a choice of a medium pizza from Bob's Pizza or a movie from See-More Video. The students are selected every other Monday night at the teachers meeting,. ' Perkins School Menus Nov. 2-3 T H U RSDA Y Chicken Fried Steak, Mashed Potatoes/Gravy, Celery Stick, Fruit Salad, Hot Bread, Milk FRIDAY Barbeque Burger, French Fries/Catsup, Pickle, Orange Wedge, Milk Middle school and high school have a choice of hamburger or chef salad also. for the Old Settlers Day and Harvest Festival were 115. Pictured above are {left to right) Sandra Kleisen, Scott, Kortney Foote, Melissa Custar, Heather mrissa Mefferd and Christy Skinner. Pictured below (left to !Amber Lane, Kristyn Watkins, a visitor, Steven Mandeville, Erika Whitecotton, Brook Fleming and Katie Anderson. wish to thank the Steer Inn for the donation of the flowers Send for the topsoil. P-T FFA Advisor Roger Jennlngs {left) stands with FFA member Chad Collum near one of the fish cages the FFA chapter used in their Aquaculture project. Collum and Sherry Hdlman fed 2,000 caged catfish as part of their FFA project. The fish was sent to a plant in Holdenville to be processed into fish fillets for a fund raising project. Amber Diel and James Hayes Lee Scott and Scan Howell II 4LPH'S PACKING CO. Gary Crane and Frank Spillars Freeman Avenue IAC'S CORNER CORRAL ~ l.(m McAnallv and john ~ Marlene Baker 183 124 N. Main I NS. DEL-MAR'S FOOD STORE FARMER'S UNION Erma a~l Twyla Brix~j, dge~ds Lonnie and Judy Tabor City and R al Ins. 219 S. Main 547-2555 Perkins 547-2251 II Zo D. & EVELYN ANDERSON Water Well Pump Service {918) 374-2436 d" I I 111' ~l 147 S. JUDY'S CORNER F lowers-Gif ts-Tuxedo Rental Main 547-2763 KEN SMITH'S FURNITURE Jr. and Morine Bostian, Own,er$ New and Used 100 N. Mam 547-2109 III I I I II II II I I CIMARRON VALLEY COX)P Don Kienho!z, Manager 547-2700 247 S. Main II II I I The Perkins Journal I PERKINS DRUG "Full- Time Drug Depart merit'~ Steve and Kristy Willingham ! 547-2079 Emer. Night Phone No. 5475069 II Try Perkins First I I I WE THE DEMONS i|li II I P AYNE COUNTY BANK Member F.D.I.C. 547-2436 202 S. Main i I III , II 518 PATSY'S FLOWERS & CERAMICS N Main Patsy Lile , 547-2420 BAKER'S DRY GOODS John Baker 547-2461 102 S. Main 121 STEER INN FAMILY REST/ URANTS W. Thomas M 7. 7g i , ,, i It, i,