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; The Perkins Journal December 15, 1977-5 Christmas Tail-Tag R S T N E R A P D N A R G C A E H B G D F E U T P I F J Q K 0 R N E V L W S M U T N Z X M A A F I Y E K I N H Z D M B G L C J T 0 X C R A P W Q N Y R D S Z E T B U C V L S I T A R J H E L U K Q G P S M R N F 0 E U T E V K D V F W C I X B J G Y K Z H A 4&apos; C I Y O A T E N Z Q V C M W B R X D S Y L A G M H i I N J L F G I F T S P I C E S E K C A T A L L A L B H M C A I G A T A R U S B N T L R D M K E N N b Z E N V T 0 A L N C E E T I S M T 0 0 S Z U N D K R T E J C E T Q A E W S Y E L E T L M D N R X Z I T W E C G H 0 0 S I H T R V U N I W 0 Y N T W P U Q X R V S L 0 I D L J E 0 Z N K F E Y Q Z V Y E D W F X C I P Q J 0 P I L L E Y H G G Y D C S I V X A E B H W H W E F G K G J K H R I R 0 Y H V Q X P R W I 0 F N T L B I G M [ H D A P S X R U Z 0 V T A E N Q F C K G 0 H B P I J A V Y B U G T Z P H S F R A E R W J P K N L Q S M T X Z E R A B G. 0 N G E T V 0 M  A L Y S B U H X N R Z E F C W P V 0 G. E N A L H X I P P Q E D J R K T l S E v 0 L Z X Y E Y W A E E D F V B H C G U L J X I K W M V N U O N T P Y A 9 X R B S I. Christmas tree(l]) 9. (7) 2. (6) lo. .... (5) 3. (5) II. (6) 4. (6) 12. (10) 5. (6) 13. (3) 6. (5) 14. (6) 7, (3) 15; (h.) 8. i(9) 16. (6) 17. (4) 18. (5) 19. (3) Directions: From the last letter in Christmastree look for a word that begins with that letter(eggnog). Then fr am the last lette  of eggnog look for another word. To the right of each bland is the number of letters in the next word. Cimarron Valley Co-op, Inc. 547.2700 247 S. Main Demons Win First Round 5th & 6th Boys Win 3rd in Carney Tournament defeat Mulhall.Orlando 32-ii (Reprint) The 5th and 6th played in a The girls lost to Mulhail- 14. High scorer was Harlan! The Perkins-Tryon De- Carney Tournament on Dee. Orlando in their Saturday roans scored a 63-49 decision 1st and 3rd. The Demons night playoff 22-8. The girls McKosato with 20 points. :i over the StillwaterB team in were defeated by Carney in did show much improve- Steve McDaniel scored 5i the first round of the Oilton the first round of play, but mentl points; Mark Littlefieid!: Invitational Tournament in were able to play for third on The boys hustled, re- scored 2; Jason Box scored 2; ii Oiiton Monday night to Saturday night. advance into the semifinals. The Demons led 29-21 at the half of their game and held off the Pioneer junior varsity to take the win. The Demons were led by James Parrack who had 18 points, while Mark Anderson added 14. The Stillwater junior varsity was led by Monty Pekah's 15 points. -0- Notice! Orders are now being' taken for Blue and Gold Sausage. If you have not been contacted, you can call any FFA officer or Mr. Jennings or Mr. Evans at 547-2727 during the day. The price is $3.00 for 2 1/2 pounds. -0- bounded and shot well to Rex Branstetter scored 1 and:: Kenny Sylvester scored 4. i FFA News On Monday the fifth we held our regular FFA meeting. We had a real good meeting and got a lot accomplished. On Saturday, Dec. 10, we had a concession stand at D&B Hereford Sale. On the 18th of this month we will be holding a trapshoot at 1:30 at Left to fight-first row: Mike Grass, Branstetter, Jason Box, Victor Wall, Mark Littlefield, Harlan McKosato, Kenny Sylvester, Todd Higgins, Scott Glenn Kenny, Steve McDaniei. 2nd row, 1 Irwin, Joe Hoover. Back is Jane Mitchell, to r-Kent James, Kevin McNew, Rex P.E. instructor. Jr. Varsity Girls Declaw Glencoe Jr. Varsity 2o. (lo) 21o (4) 22. (4) 2. (lo) 2&. (5) 25. Ill) 26. 7) 270 17) 28. 12) 29. (4) By Anita Allen < % the Ermine Longan farm. We The Perkins-Tryon JV girls lead in the. second quarter Henigman had 2 points. !! will be giving blue and gold basketball team defeated the and increased it, 14-7. "I thought the guards did :: FFA sausage to the winners. Glencoe JV, 32-25 at the end P-T continued to dominate an outstanding job. They i! The FFA and FHA will of regulation play. The game the second half and won the were very aggressive and i! have a Christmas dance was played here on Dec. 6, contest, 32-25. rebounded very well," noted ::: January7. 1977. Dana Wesffall led the Coach Madison. .:. In the opening quarter, the Demons in scoring with !_2 The outstanding guards !ii Demons led the Panthers by points. Other Demon scorers were Lisa Doyle, Marsha I.': the score, g-4. Sherrie Foster were Sherrie Foster with 10 Coffman, Cindy Rose and !} scored 4 of the Demons' 8 points, Rhonda Lomenick Linda Smith. ',.: points, and Gladys Anderson both -Rick Imenick i The Demons kept their with 4 points apiece. Sheri -0- :..: % % %, ::: ., Jr. High Boys Crush Davenport 45-28 i ;:: The Perkins.Tryon JH took a 24-8 half-time lead. hand with 14 points. Other boys took command in the Davenport foughtback in the scores for the Demons were Jr. High Girls Lose A Tough One The Davenport girls used good defense to stiffle the P-T Junior High girls 26-16. The Demons never could find the bottom of the bucket during the first half, but used good defense and were behind by only ten points at the half. (10-0) -Jeff Brown This page made possible by the following Demon Boosters - Perkins Plumbing Shop The Demons finally got on first quarter and gained 3rd quarter to be behind only Clifford Bamby with 7, Brad the track during the second momentum to crush Daven- by 13 at 34-21 but the Clayborn and Mark Irwin half, but the margin was too port 45-28. With good Demons again played good both with 5, Barry Moreland much to handle. The final defense in the first and defense and held Davenport with 6, Steve Sharp and score was 26-16. second quarters the Demons off to win 45-28. Steve Paterson both had 4. Tracy Jarvis had the hot -Jeff Brown Designs by Shana Shone Collum 547.2118 Main & Chantry Ralph's Packing Company Ralph & Sue Crane 547.2464 N.W. of Perkins J. D. a Evelyn Anderson 547.2470 I ! 1 S. Main Doll Rags, Inc. Dave & Charla Cupp Jr. Sports Wear --Wholesaler-- PerkMs DeI-Mar's Food Store 547.2555 219 S. Main P.J.'s Flowers, Gifts, & Crafts Patty Johnson 547-2763 147 S. Main Corner Fashions 547.2849 I01 S. Main Payne County Bank 547.2436 202 S. Main 547.2862 Viola's Boutique V/ola Moorman, Owner Downtown Perkins Gibble Country Corner Cimarron Auto Parts Mark and Jo Pittman 547-2037 Jct. 33 & 177 547.2421 Stumbo & W. 2nd Perkins 'Y' Livestock Auction Perkins Drug "FuU.Tlme Drug Dept." 547-2533 N.W. of Perkins 547.2079 Calvin Anthony, Owner 547.2676 Oleo Acres Mark & Jo Pittman E. on Hwy. 33 Harland Wells Perkins Paint Supply Steila & Orval Ingram 547.2927 307'/, N. Main Pogue's City Plumbing Co., Inc. L.R. "Red" Pogue 547.2117 122 S. Main Dr. John C. Doyle Baker's Dry Goods 547.2461 John Baker 102 $. Main Blumer's Champlin Station Riley's Steak House Adis and Linda Riley, Owners 547.2446 Hur/ey Blumer 148 5. MaM 547-8907 115 S. Main 547.2414 Vassar Company 207 N. MaM Bill and Joan McDaniel Olson Hardware Co. Alvin & Chessteen Olson 547.2472 ! 11 S. Main Carl and Cleo Rose Casey's Barber Shop Harvey Brixey. Farmers Union Insurance 547.225 ! Whistle Stop Strode Funeral Home 547.2 I00 372.5550 Vivian's Perkins Cafe Wayne & Vivlan Brake 547.2127 143 $. Malt Main Service Center Ross Jacobs, Owner 547.2435