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December 6, 2001

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THE PERKINS JOURNAL, Thursday, December 6, 2001-3B. stated Coach Steven Grotheer. Place in On-Site 14, six Perkins- ;chool art students at the Southwestern State University in jun- senior art competition. Benton Rudd, Shelton, Jenna Hauf, Cocanougher, Pam and Tommy Hilley, their instructor, Mrs. | Nicholson. of 230 students, from schools attended. was divided different divisions. classified in the "A" di- which included (150- 13 schools par- in this division. their division, Benton alaced first in Color Chris Shelton placed graphic design, and Hilley placed third in design. all we did extremely size of our school competition that we against," quoted )ns Keep Their i High Mobley a very emotional Fri- at Perkins-Tryon's Field. On November Perkins-Tryon De- hosted the Eufaula second round 2A playoffs. entered the game with a 9-1 and the Ironheads en- as a number two I a 10-1 record with their )ss coming to mighty Hall. The Demons en- game extremely con- to play the most game of the year for touchdown of their own. On the first play from the two yard line the tailback was hit and brought down at the line of scrimmage. They were also held on the next play. On third and goal from the two the Ironheads gained a yard. The Ironheads now had a fourth and goal from inside the one yard line. On fourth down the Ironheads tried to run a dive play to their tailback however they were stuffed again by the De- mons, this one causing a turn- over. With only nine seconds left in the first half the Ironheads had the ball on their own thirty five yard line. The Ironheads then threw a touchdown pass and added an extra point to gain momentum going into halftime. In the second half both teams were held scoreless. So the game was going into overtime. The Demons won the toss and elected to start out on defense. Eufaula had the ball on the ten yard line with four downs to score. The Ironheads were held to only a field goal. It was now the Demons turn to see what they could do from the ten. On the first play the Demons got an illegal procedure penalty for having twelve men in the huddle. The Demons were stopped on the first two plays and had a huge third down in front of them. The Demons elected to pass on third down. A Eufaula Ironhead intercepted the ball insuring the victory for the lronheads. The Demons ended the year with a 9-2 record and a district championship. Although the Demons were disappointed they held their heads up high and were congratulated by the fans on a great season of football. "It was a tough, emotional loss against a very talented team. We didn't want the season to end, but we' re proud of our kids and all they accomplished this year," Masquerade Murder on the High Seas by Alisha Mann Monday, November 5, Speech and Drama II, per formed their murder mystery dinner theatre, Masquerade Murder on the High Sea. The night began with approxi- mately 75 people, they watched an original play written and di- rected by Kristy Willingham, before the conclusion of the play there was an intermission and the audience ate their meal, a spaghetti dinner prepared by Allison Robinson and Beth ,w Hawkins. "Several audience members said they enjoyed themselves and wanted to have ane every week, and I was very happy with the job the cast members did," stated Kristy Willingham. The proceeds of the dinner benefit the Speech and Drama Department. October Students of the Month Chosen by Mary Hazelbaker The students of the month for October are Frank Burton and Gena Wollenberg. Frank is the son of Frank and Leona Burton. Frank is a senior at Perkins-Tryon and is a mem- ber of National Honors Society, Perkins Main Street Board of Directors, and the Learn and Serve class. He is also assistant reporter for Key Club and a member of the football team. His future plans are to attend OSU and major in Engineering. "I am very honored to receive student of the month," stated Burton. Gena is the daughter of Gene and Carla Wollenberg. Gena is a junior at Perkins-Tryon. She is Vice-President of National Honors Society, Secretary of Key Club, Secretary of Interna- tional Club, the band's drum major, and President of the jun- ior class. "Live every moment to its fullest!" stated Wollenberg. started the game and on the opening senior Ken ran the ball seventy for the Demon touch- Senior Bobby Holmes the extra point. The then got the ball and down the field to the i two yard line. With the the two yard line and a of downs it appeared would answer the touchdown with a Frank Burton and Gena Wollenberg, "of the Month October Students at 10:55 a.m. Liturgist Jim Kirby The First United Methodist page 2B will read a lesson from Isaiah Church is a fellowship of dis- 11:1-10. The church's Chancel ciples that emphasizes the expe- to take up Choir and Bell Choir will rience of God's grace and the ions of the tra- present special music. The choir exercise of ministry by every family, is under the direction of Jane member. We seek to create a needs to learn to Armstrong and is accompanied warm, welcoming environment '. a family and accept and by Stacey Elsasser. Pastor Jim for all who seek God's presence who have had disap- Shepherd's sermon, "A Christ- in their lives. Call 547-2481 for in their biological mas Creation", will explore the more information about the min- It is the church's busi- new order established by Mes- istry of the church. help and participate in siah. process. Johnson was baptized Winning Sunday School for the attendance con- fall were the children's , Dixie Johnson They will to an ice cream sup- December 12 at evening December 8 ).m. the high school ) will serve a dinner This is a fund raiser conference December 9 at 7 p.m. ~the children's Christmas he verse from to be the Student's !as he or she prepares for finals this week: "The the Holy Spirit, when r name, all things and will i things to your remem- Lawn & Garden -Lawn Mowers .Plumbing .Electrical Paint .Automotive Parts OPEN SATURDAYS 8 A.M. TO 1 P.M. Monday-Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 111 South Main .547-2477 -Perkins South Main, Stillwater 405/372-3041 Kent & Annette Kinzie United Methodist Shepherd First United Methodist of Perkins is pleased to its services for Sun- re. 9. Sunday school be- li0 a.m., and worship is 1 2 Stillwater Medical Center qe t' Ar, 1- fes" ,te Diabetes Education This four-session class offers instruction in the basic care and management of diabetes. It also provides information about prevention of long-term complica- tions and what to do on sick days. This class is taught by a certified diabetes educator. Date: Tues: December4, 11, 18 Thurs: December 27 Time: 9:30- 11:30 a.m. Cost: $45 Note: Must preregister by calling 742-5622. The Lite Weigh A moderate weight ross program using a practical approach by helping participants evaluate their food choices and learn healthy cooking skills. This 4-week session includes nutrition counseling, a low-impact exercise session and behav- ioral counseling. Date: Thurs: December 6, 13, 20 Time: 5:45- 7:00 pm. Place: Total Rehab, 320 N Perkins Rd. Cost: Special price $22.50 due on first night Call: 742-5456 The Ute Weigh for KIDS! This is a physician approved weight control program designed to help kids 7-15 years of age adopt a healthier lifestyle. Classes are taught by a registered, licensed dietitian, a behavioral counselor and an exercise specialist. Date: Thurs: TBA Time: 6:30- 7:30 p.m Place:Total Rehab, 320 N. Perkins Rd. Cost: $30 due on first night Smokeless Course This course is an in-depth positive ap- proach to breaking the smoking habit. This unique system uses stress management, education, attitudinal transformation and food management. Call: 742-5765 Date: TBA Time: TBA Cost: $70 S ,pporf- Gro-p5 Prostate Cancer Education and Support Group Date: Third Tuesday of every month Time: 7:00 p.m. Place: Stillwater Medical Center For more info: Gary Meek (405) 624-3946 Jerry Davis (405) 377-1541 Cancer Support Group Regular Meetings: First and third of each month Place: Stillwater Medical Center, Conference Room Time: 7:00- 9:00 p.m. Call: 372-1775 Monday Honska American Diabetes Aseo,:. Pavne Co. Chapter Support Group Date: TBA Time: TBA Place:TBA United Ostomy Assoc. Ino. StillwMer-Ponca City Chapter Support Group Date: Third Monday of every month Time: 7:00 p.m. Place: Even months at Stitlwater Med, Ctr., odd months at St. Joseph Med. Ctr. in Ponca City & For a more detailed explanation of classes, call 742-5738 for a brochure. Pre-Admiseion Assessment After reaching your 32nd week of preg- nancy, the staff on Maternal Child Health Unit (MCHU) would like you to make an appointment to see us during your 36th or 37th week. This appointment will take approximately one hour. Childbirth Preparation This is a three-Dart program taught by reg- istered nurses for first-birth families or ex- perienced families who want more in-depth information. This program may be taken anytime during pregnancy, but it is recom- mended during the last three months. Date: Tues: January 8, 15, 22 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: $30 per couple Breathing and Relaxation This class is an optional fourth class in the childbirth preparation series Best taken following the Childbirth Prep classes. Date: Wed: January 30 Time: 7:00 pm. Cost: $5.00 per couple Refresher for Experienced Families This program, taught by experienced labor and delivery nurses, will provide you infor- mation on the most current labor and de- livery options. Date: Tues: December 11 Xime: 7:00 p.m. Cost: $25 per couple Sibling Class This class is recommended for siblings three years old and up. Date: Wed: December 5 "nine:7:00 p.m. Cost: Free Breastfeeding A certified breastfeeding instructor will teach you the "hews" and "whys" of breastfeeding. This class is designed tb be taken during the last two months of preg- nancy. Date: Tues: December 4 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: $15 per Couple Learn techniques to promote the healthy and safe development of your newborn. Date: Wed: December 12 Time: 7:00 p.m. Cost: Free After Baby Comes This 3-week series will address changes that occur within your family after the birth of your baby. Complimentary child care for siblings available. Date: TBA Time: 7:00- 8:30 p.m. Place: Payne County Health Dept. Cost: Free Note: Course will be offered every other month. Cardiova Ed ea'/-io lWlult CMI Con.-- In this class you will learn how to use CPR on infants, children and adults using the standards of the American Heart Associa- tion. Participants will receive certification Date: Sat: January 5 Time: 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Coat: $40 per person (includes book) Fee: American Heart Assoc. Card Call: 742-5488 Adult CPR Hoeithcaro Provider REITUUNING Course Date: Wed: December 12 Time: 7:15 a.m. - 8:45 a.m., 3:15 p.m. -4:45 p.m, Coat: $15 per person; must preregister Stillwater Medical Center I ! t p We're here to HELP you and your faro