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PaS 2- The Perkins Journal, Tlmntday, December 16, 1993 From the of the Harrah Journal 10 33 to the halt Lady 1983 - the Bobby Buck and Julie Payne Filing were Stan Moffatt, Dexter are the new Mr. and Miss PTHS Bell, Randolph Perry and Lloyd  aeccmding to the results of the 1984 Moorman. Dem Who&apos;s Who released today. Several hundred iampl filled the bleraehers along Main Street as var- ious civic groups and school orga- nizations help to make this year's Community Christmas prognma o of the best ever. The P-T basketball team was straggling, standing 2-5 after Io0 to Blaekwell. The Dmuomttm lost From the files of the Perkins Journal 20 years ago, Dec. 13, 1973 - The P-T school board will present a $275,000 school bond issue to the district voters on lbrtmw 26, 1974, said funds to, be used to construct a new junior' high building, to be located where the present community building is located. It will include a physical education center and seven classrooms. Raymond Kinzie, a 10 year school board member, said he will not seek re-election in January. Present board members are Johnny Payne, Leon Hinkle, Dale Jarvis, Forest Robinette and Raymond Kinzie. From the files of the Perkins Journal 30 years ago, Dec. 12, 1963 - Football statistics for this past season released by Coach Ditz McIlvain show the Demons performed as follows: Bob Dickson llardware & Appllaneo:ltlg 8. Main, Perkins 547-2477 C3411f)-9 NASCAII IIACl IT. HO acade. Double fllpun4, l l)owe indt. I cni tru:L Imludm 2 fut can, 2 cmmullm lap coue, gum'tktlb, 12 bddgm w/ssl), flap, eilFw , IIM tune-up kit. Comes w/t4" x 22" prater e(DaflinStCa $49.99 C'/2029700 BARNEY FIG ASST. Molded characters twist at the waist ar head. Six wrted styles. C39S4-8"/ IB BuIJ,grr. He scale, tncat treale ti wtetal alllL atgnal Ie w/ndlmad alslmiJ, dimei iomme@ve w/ wetting headlight, five    and 73 railroad, meet & road atgm. Poww pack wi rerwat! & reverse. 54" x 36" oval tt'ack. $49.99 ....  $3.99 C3732-11/1 SIX- ASSORTMENT. DeUv  gm,e tr .if-lmde, demp truck, wrecker, ,,,,,,.o  $5.99 s' 3.99 FAMILY. Brontmaums of Tricefatops methe w/a baby and newborn meq#ag from egg. Assorted. )9 & C40M-A3729 KEY FORCE BUGGIES. Turn power key to trarafofm buggy into battle vehicle with Cuing projectiles. Two orled. $12.99 Carney Feed Store 105 North Hwy. 177 405.865.2693.Carney 1.800.865.2693.Stalewide carried 86 times for 5.4 yards per carry; Ken Hall carried 16 times for a 4.1 average. Bud lawrence carried 127 times for 3.8 average; Gene Busch had a 3.7 average for 110 carries. Larry Thompson had a 3.3 average for 49 carries; Alan Cundiff, 1.9 for 13 carries and Maurice Overholt 17 times for 2.4 average. Lawrence passed 108 times, completing 60 for 55 percent. Dickson threw 12 times completing five for 41 percent. Jim Niles caught 25 for 612 yards. Dickson caught 18 for 161, Thompson caught 13 for 131 and Hunt had 83 for six catches. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wall. The Walls have became the bride of Herschel Wcstfall at the Christian Union Church of Tryon. From the files of the Perkins Journal 35 years ago, Dec. 11, 1958 - The Co-op organization subscription day fell short of the $15,000 goal but did raise $2,000. The funds are needed to finance an expansion of the Farmers Cooperative of Stillwater into Perkins. The Combined United Way Drive is $350 short of its goal of $1,250. Dale Jarvis was elected president of the Perkins Roundup Club. Secretary will be Mary Coe. Midwest Ice Cream Co. was ad- vertising as the Flavors of the another son, Alan, 3 years old. Month, Holiday Fruit and Pepper- Miss Carla Wampler of Tryon, nfint Stick. pTleZsS;Will ahiheo y bra rY i By Bea Clark We now have new best sellers. They hardly hit the shelves before they are checked out. The following books were purchased: "Nightmares and Dreamscapes," by Stephen King; "Stillwater-100 Years," Newsom; "Bridges of Madi- son County," Robert J. Waller; "Slow Waltz in Cedar Bend," Robert J. Waller; "A Dangerous Fortune," Ken Follett; "Adam's Fall," Sandra Brown; "Like Wa- ter for Chocolate," Laura Esquivel; "Hope," Herman Wauk; "Mr. Mur- der," Dean Koontz; "Chronicles of Pern," Amine McCaffrey; and "See, I Told You So," Rush Lim- baugh. Perle We would like to thank Them W(x)dgates, a career naval man stationed on the USS Tripoli , homeported in San Diego, for his donation of eight huge boxes of books which range from hot air ballooning to speaking the Chinese language. His mother, Wanda, is one of our interested, and active, pat tons. Helen Marler and I do enjoy our pre-school children on Thurs- day morning storytime. They have decorated our windows with their crafts. We find the only thing we're short of at the library is time and room. Happy holidays from Helen and Bea. .... i: MoI-Mix Liquid Supplements Prime Protein Liquid Supplements h,.;p ,q,. <>\