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April 20, 1967     The Perkins Journal
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THE PERKLS JOURNAL i/ KEEP IT America the Beautiful., Is Everybody's Job It's the job of every family that spreads a plclc on a roadside table. lal(It's the job of every boatman who crtfises tile es and waterways.. ]'verv driver, every walker, every filer. lhat s why our Association throws its whole- support each year into the Keep America c:tul)algn. LoVely country 'e have here. Let's keep it that way. BREWERS ASSOCIATiON INC. p.o. Box 18817, Oklahoma City, Okla. r: Call L17-2411 to report YOUR NEWS I will be in Perkins each Wed. morning to helpyou with your transportation needs. ve always got a nice selection of ears and trucks. THIS IS JAY FENNEL Your Ford Mar[ Ford Country You owe it to yourself to see and drive the 1967 FORD. Harley Thomas FOR Stillwater, Okla. -- FR 2-7144 SERVING PAYhrE COUNTY FOR 47 YEARS Now! CAMARO PACESETTER SALE! Camaro's lower, wider, heavier,roomier than any other car at its price. And starting today, there's another reason to buy right away: : -.l ,  .; ,,' specially equipped Camaros at specml savings.   ............................  - You get all this : the big 155-hp Six, ,, i iJ . ,  '; "l  l,.:' de luxe steering wheel and extra inter.or trl , . = , wheel covers, whitewalls, bumper guards, front and rear, il i  * . wheel opening moldings and body side striping.   - -. J j i " Now, during the sale, the special hood stripe " "t'] L and floor.mounted shift for S:h. 3-speed transmiss;om :  - . are available atno extra costl "  - , -, -'.' .J See yoor Chevrolet dealer new and savel - - ' " ""*.".,4 .. : "', CAMARO "CE CAR i ....... , ...o..o...,....,,.o......oo.t........ o ........................................................................................ .. ........ ..o..,.,,*.y..*..,,m, 369 '*':- -. VINCENT CHE00OLET CO , : ,4--,,:, 123 E, 8th, Stillwater,* Okla FR2.7144 PAGETHRE Funeral Services Held Sunday For Grace Hanks Funeral services for Nellie Grace Hanks, 82, who died Sun- day, April 16, 1967, at Cushing, were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Eden Chapel Church. Burial was held at the Glen-. wood Cemetery under the direc- tion of Strode Funeral Home. A Perkin resident, born in Kansas, April 3, 1685, she was the daughter of N.B. and Mary P. Hanks. She came to Okla- homa with her parents in t889. Miss Hanks, a member of the Christian Church, was preceded in death by her parents, four brothers and two sisters. She is survived by a sister- in-law, Mrs. Maude Hanks of Perkins, and many cousins irt California, Illinois and Arkan- sas. She was the last surviving member of her family, Pallbearerg were Clay Van- Zandt, Burt Marshall, Lee Kirk, W. O. Ball, Flournoy Courtrigh and Joe Clark. Civil Service Exan To be Given The U.S. Civil Service Com-, mission announces an examina- tion for Photographer. GS-4, $4776 per year nd GS-5. $5331 per year. These positiong will be located with the various Fe4era Agencies in the State of Okla- homa. Applicants for the GS-4 positions must have had 2 years experience and 3 years for th GS-5 vacancies. Applicants must have had ex- perience operating such cam- eras and related eqtfipment as still cameras, copy cameras, 8 ram, 16 ram, and 35 mm motion picture cameras, and also carry- ing out the common developing and printing processes and re- lated techniques. Must be able to exerci/;e artistic ability in se- lecting, arranging, and lighting subjects or in processing nega- tives, printing, enlarging, copy-, ing or retouching prints. Further information and ap- plications for Photographer may be obtained from the Interag- ency Board of U.S. Civil Serv- ice Examiners for the state of Oklahoma, 210 N. W. 6th St., Room 177, Oklahoma City. Ok- lahoma 73102, any Federal Ag- ency, or from the Examiner-in. Charge at Post Offices where ex. 3minations are held. kBY THE OLO TIMt'" )I ] From Delvie S. Adamson, Bowdo.. Georgia: I have lived in this aea for ahnost 60 years, t I remember when the first radios came to our community, some eight miles from town. I Neighbors were few and far between. A neighbor three miles' away purchased a radio. An' uncle or mine owned a flat-bed truck. As many as could sit ont the flat and hang their fee over athered at the truck-owner's ouse. The fare was 10 cents t ride to the home of the owne o a radio -- three miles away. R was a thrilling experience and we listened until the station went offthe air. .Another lucky neighbor had a Gramophone, and lots of "Uncle Josh" records, t re- member the first moving picture ttmt I saw. It was shown at a fair at the county seat. Itwaaa Mutt and Jeff  picture, r] was only te years old, but }re- member t thrill of seeing M4t and Jeff actually walking aerou the screen. It was wall wo the 10 cent admission (ce. I I still live In tim same area, ,, ]Now my neighbors have te HsAon , radio, sara aalt- .. the modera mnvenlences., }won, irdi-m -rw,=. - left for  al