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News and V,00ws from the C,00arron Valley The 'r i:''/ i- t J' U. rkins Journal Frank "Atan 103, NUMBER 58 Perkins, Payns County, Oklahoma, 74059 Thursday, NovemberAf, 1993 FIVE With Bob Williams great. halffime show featuring the of Colorado band was great. over 200 musicians on the at WiUdte Field, and they'll socks off. Marching Buffs ended the with a touch of class, the Perkius-Tryon fight all reports, all went excel- kept two band members, girls," said Steve Willingham, it was like they were long I went to bed at My family, Kristy, Keri stayed up and talked !them." was a very pleasant experi- said Margaret Hrencher. Her housed four band members. were all very very polite and Gill kept four CU band were all very polite, ap- and fine young people," Gill. weat well all week- Sasser, who chaired the Lions Club pancake supper, the Lions "made about or about twice as much as 1." The Lions fed the CU Morris said she heard Booster benefit auction afternoon at the Ag netted, counting donations, $5,000." annual former student and Saturday was aLso with several classes side gatherings. thing that would have made better was if Perkins- and Oklahoma State had their football games, but the did cover the point spread was favored by 18). who says there's noth- to do in Perkins, obviously what good times can be this community by getting in the various activities. turned Oct. 31, I mentioned her bus- Leon was going to try and her for two 20's. birthday, I.eon has beon )hospital with a bad back while has been perking along. may still make a trade, but be to swap two 40's 80. will food s Saturday Cub and Boy Scouts will the food collection bags last weekend on Nov. 13. food collections will remain ) community. Collections will to the Perkins Ministerial arc asked to place their in the bags and to leave l by their doors Saturday. food drive is an annual participating in the helped mnnerous needy and the Scouts are hoping again people will donated to drive. giving will Nov. 20 annual Thanksgiving dDer the Perkins community will by the First United Chnrch Saturday, Nov. 5:30-7 p.m. din- all the trimmings will be Everyone is welcome. is offered at no charse, donations given will go to of the church. 1005 E. Kirk. HOLDING CENTER stage Friday night was the University of Colorado Marching Band which performed at halftime of the Perkins-Tryon-Millwood football game. The band received a standing ovation from the chilled crowd at Wilhite Reid after their rousing performance which ended with playing the P-T fight song. P-T students to take part in drug and alcohol survey No reply means consent. That's the main idea Dr. Ellen Dickson, PTHS counselor, wants to get across to parents with the approach of a drug and alcohol survey which will be given to middle and high school students. On Nov. 22, students, seventh through the 12th grades, will be taking an anonymous survey to find out the extent of drug and alcohol pmnamity.mems among the youth in our The survey to be used is called "The American Drug and Alcohol Survey." It was developed after more than 10 years of research by prevention specialists at Colorado State University who are nationally recognized for their work in the drug and alcohol field. Almost one million students have taken this survey nationwide. The information collected will be provided to the school district by grade. The survey is anonymous and no student's name will appear anywhere on this survey or in the report. This information will help school staff in the evaluation of current drug prevention programs and in planning new programs. The survey contains questions asking students about their beliefs and experiences regarding drugs and alcohol and other factors that may relate to substance use. Students will take the survey all at the same time during a regular class period. The students are not identified by name. They do not write their names or any other identifying information on the survey. The questions are standard ones that have been asked all across the country. After students have filled out the survey, the surveys will immedi- ately be boxed and shipped to Col- orado State University where the re- suits will be compiled. No one, not even school staff, will ever know how any individual responded to the survey. The survey forms will be de- stroyed once they have been entered into a computer. The staff of the project at Colorado State have also secured a Certificate of Comiden - tiality which protects all informa- tion gathered as part of this project from subpoena or other legal ac- dons. At any time, parems or stu- dints have the right to terminate par- ticipation in this survey. A letter eplaining the survey will be brought home by students. If you object to your child taking part in the survey, please sign the form and remm it to the school. Students who do not return the form will be given the survey. Parents, who have a second thought one way or the other, can still phone the school to either allow their student(s) to participate or withdraw them from the survey. Tryon students read to earn their own set of World Books Tryon Elemontary students read The students collecting the most their way to obtaining a set of World pledges' were Erick Epperson, sec- Book Encyclopedias recently, ond grade, $55; Nicholas Sanders, fourth grade, $43.25; and Kevin As part of the World Book Brown, sixth grade, $38. Partners In Excellence Reading Program, students raised $323.50 a All students who parficipated will in pledges towards the purchase of: receive a certificate. Eleven students a set of World Book Encyclopedias will receive a poster of their choice during a seven-week period, for obtaining at least sevon and seven students will receive gold medals for obtaining 10 sponsors and reading 10 or more books. Other top students include Alan Parrish, Jodi Gerber, Courtney Sloan, Jeremy Barber, Matthew Rushing, Amber Gunter, Jeffrey Ward, Brad Ward, Lacy Grotheer, Danielle Mangold and Kandice Holcraft. TOP PLEDGE8 in Try during the heol'a queM for World Book Enyolopedimm were, from the left, Eriok Epperson, Nicholas Sanders and Kevin Brown. Tryon raised 8323.50 in pledges during the seven-week reading mpsign. F-T Demons bow 12-0 in 2A finale; only 3 graduate By Bob Williams Journal Editor Goodbye Newcastle, Tnttle, Jones, Millwood and Perry. We will miss you Bethany. Hello Barnsdall, Berryhill, Sperry, Pawnee, Hominy, Newkirk and Hominy. The Perkins-Tryon Demons closed out their two-year hitch in Class 3A last Friday night by dropping a 12- 0 decision to Millwood on a chilly Wilhite Field. P-T will be in District 2A-5 next fall, but head coach Pat Gray is already hoisting the battle flags. "I don't think you'll see that much of a differeace in the caliber of play in the front line pl,wers," Gray said about next year's 2A foes. "The difference will come in the numbers, and not talent. ``Counting our non-district games (Beggs, Crescent and Hemessey) next fall, we will be playing six teams in the playcffs this year. "It's going to be another war. We've got to have a good cffsmsm program to get ready for it." The 1993-.football season pro- duced a 1-9 record on the field. ``Sure I had hoped we would have a better record," Gray said. "But, we improved. We were more competitive and could have won three or four more games with a few Millwood, which finishes the season 2-8, got the firl break of the finale when Terrell Weamn returned a punt 41 yard to break the scoreless deadlock. Wcmoa's 1"I) run put the Falcom up 6-0 with 3:30 left in the third period after the extra point kick failed. ``We just had a breakdown ia oar punt coverage," Gray said. The other tonchdown wm a ``gimme." The Demons attempted a fourth- down fake punt from their own 22 with 3:07 left in the game and Millwood still ahead 6-0. Instead of cmtcrln_ 8 the ball to punter Pete Sweser, it was snapped to Josh Murray who tried to pus for the first down. He couldn't find anyone open, and his tm  incomplete. With tremmdons field pro/tim, the Falcous went the dismu:e in jim four plays. The score came whm Marzae Scott cracked ove rllt tadde from foer yaxds out. A two- point  pass was pleiad ea by Jeremy Bale. "Ore" offense j.st boUed don whea we got inside their terdmP/," said Gray after his Dcanom had been shutout for the fifth time. "We (See DEMONS on  4) Alumni basketball tournament moved; entries still open and Ttyon has been moved back to Nov. 27, The ram's and mmm's alumni  tournament ts dmeed back from this weekend ``to allow more teams to eer,"  to Susan Chamberlin, president of the sponsoring Perkins-Tryoa All-Spe Booster Club. The group voted to extend registration time at tladr Nov. 8 meeting. "All men and womm graduates of Perkins- schoois, and teachem, old and new, are encouraged to sisnu p for the basketball tmuamltmt by sendin 8 in the mtW form and paymmt," Chamherlin said. TC Chamberlin is heading the men's tournament and Barbara Collom is chairing the women's meet. Registration can be as a team or as an individual who will be to a team. The team limit is eight players fo mea and 10 for womm. In other business, the boosters voted to pay for the vandty cheedeade to attend a onc-d clinic at Tulsa University. The club has also been approached by a representative of the I.Im'km Olobetrotm to hold a basketball game against a team made up of local residents. The matter was tabled to allow time to gather more infomattim about the event. The boosters sponsored a dinner at the Western Sixzlin' Steak Home in Stillwater Tuesd evening for the football team. coaches, cheerleaders and other faculty. The All-Slxals Booster Club will hold im meetings the first md third Wednesday's throughout the basketball season. The meetings me held ia the high school library at 6 p.m. The club's next meeting will be Nov. 17. I I ALUMNI BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT SIGN.UP II Ill II II I Name: Address: Telephone: Year graduated: Team Entry: Individual: , Captain Men's Women's 3-Point Shoot-out Entry: For men, mail to TC Chamberlin, Rt. 4, Box 235, Stillwater, OK 74074 For women, mail to Barbara Collum, P.O. Box 793, Perkins, OK 74059 QUESTIONS? Contact TC at 37%912{] or Barabara at 918)374-2442 Amount enclosed: $ I