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2 Area News helped of Shaw- At- Barta and Mrs. Mrs. Rollins. Presented a her relatives. Jackson Mrs. Dorothy Sandars of Los Angeles are here visiting relatives. The Jacksons were guests of the Harvey Brix- eys on Monday and the Bartas on Saturday evening. Lyndell is a cousin to Mrs. Barta and Mrs. Brixey. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Luster and Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Fulton and Mrs. Nora Fulton all went o Perry Sunday to help DeWayne Luster celebrate his birthday. Textan Herefords Saddles As Low As... $79.95 ..for a 17" seat model t0000Plete line of riding equipment & S0N HARDWARE I-Iardware In A Good Town THE PERKINS JOURNAL PAGt -VE Tryon School News Kathleen Johnson Mr. It. I. Jones, our retiring Superintendent of Schools, in lieu of Lee Hall, President of the Board of Education, was given the honor of presenting the di- plomas and special awards to our Senior graduating class. The Awards were as follows: Citizenship Award, Karen Bos- tian, Cleve Shelton; Activity Awards, Bonnie Guinn, J. L. Ruminer: Dramatic Awards. Eu- gene Stanton, Louise McCoy; Band Awards, Jessie Graham, Francine Flynn; Sports Award, Billy Freeman, Judy Gunter; Valedictorian. Bonnie Guinn; Sa- lutatorian, Francine Flynn. Honor Roll Awards (upper 10 per cent): Mike Stanton, Micalin Hinkle, Eugene Stanton, Ken Buck and Marilyn tticks. Letter Awards: Typing I. Lou- ise McCoy; Typing II, Francine Flynn; English I, Elaine Kirk- Cooking Tip One of the best methods of cooMng v%et:,bles to conserve :naxmum food va].ms is to cook ,hem only anti" tender in just cnot,gh water to prevent scorch- h:g. Use a pan with a tight-fit- dng lid. IMtover Poultry Separate leftover cooked poultry broth, stuffing and ,;ravy before storing in the re. rigerator. Use within one or two le-s. To store tqnger,_ {reeze it patrick; English II, Marilyn }licks; Oklahoma History and Civics, Ken Buck; World History, Micalin ttinklc; Bookkeeping, Cleve Shelton; Shorthand, Paul- ette Biggs; Biology, Eugene Stanton; Chemistry, Bonnie Guinn; General Science, Mike Stanton; Geometry, Billy Lewis; English Literature, J. L. Rumi- net; Library, Paulette Biggs. FFA Awards were presented by Bill Lewis, Vo-Ag instructor, to the following students: Fresh- man, Rodger Anderson; Sopho- more, Billy Ray Lewis; Junior, Harley Hohnan; Senior, Cleve Shelton. Pasture and Range: David Smith, Eugene Stanton, Miekey Thomas and Billy :Ray Lewis. FFA: Harley Holman, Poultry, Livestock and Chapter Star Farmer; David Smith, Dairy; Rodger Anderson, Star Green hand; Billy Freeman, Agricul- ture Mechanics; Kenneth Buck, Public Speaking. Mrs. Raby Schreiner will be a participant in N.D.E.A. Reading Institute at O.S.U. beginning June 17 - July 28th. Thirty read- ing teachers and superintendents were chosen ou of 700 in the United States. Wd feel real proad and honored to have Mrs. Schreincr selected. A retirement party for H. I. Jones was held Friday night at the Tryon School. -udge Donald Powers spoke to a large group of Camaro-"The Hugger" former students and h'iends. A lazy boy rocker recliner was pre- scnted to Mr. Jones by the com- ll}tlllity, and the group was served homemade ice cream and cake. Jerry Robert Sloan, 4th year apprentice, and Gerry Dean Johnson, 2nd year apprentice, members of Local Sheet Metal Union 124, participated recently in a project contest. They were judged on workmanship and procedure. Each one placed 1st in their local. The state has only two districts, Oklahoma City and Tulsa, so competition was at a high. Jerry Robert and Gerry Dean, along with their wives Sharon and Patty, attended a banquet at Oklahoma City held at Adairs Cafeteria, May 19th. The first place winners were presented with an engraved plaque and 50 dollar savings bond. This was Jerry Robert's last year as an apprentice. He was selected out- standing sheet metal apprentice and received a trophy and a- nether 50 dollar bond. They are both employees of Clint Cooke Co. at Stillwater. The doors will soon be closed at T.H.S. lor another summer season. Our next year will bring changes. I'm sure. Since we have several teachers moving to other schools or retiring, we shall have new faces and individuals to greet, come the Fall season of school. We will miss m many ways those that are leaving, bat wish them every success and happiness in their new berth. .Since Old Sol will be giving us lots of those freckle making rays now, I thought you might like a remedy or two to keep your complexion in nice shape. Grate a fresh horse-radish root very fine, cover with fresh butter- milk, and let stand over night. Strain through cheese cloth, and wash the face night and morning with the resulting liquor, or put in a glass fruit jar or bottle 6 ounces of fresh oxgall. Add 2 ounces of rock candy, 2 ounces of rock salt, 1 / scruples of cam- phor, 1 dram of borax, and IA scrtples of burned alum. (But remember that this is an heroic remedy.) Apply with a brush or sponge at night, and wash the face thoroughly next morning. (Use at your own risk.) Camaro hugs a road closer, straightens a curve easier because it's the Widest stance sportster at its price. It's lower, heavier, too...big-car solid and steady, J You get a better ride, more precise handling for your money. Ask any Camaro owner, he'll tell you. Now, during the Camaro Pacesetter Sale, You also get speclal savings on specially equipped sport coupes and convertlbl., Save on all this: the 250-cu.-in. Six, whitewalls, wheel covers, bumper guards, wheel opening moldings, body stripingg deluxe Steering wheel, extra brightwork inside. And, at no extra cost during the Sale, get a floor shift for the 3-speed transmission and the sporty hood stripe|  :, Compare Camaro. See Your Chevrolet dealer now. - (S4ule savings, too, on specially equipped Fieetside pickups, Model CS10934.) 123 E. 8th 373 Chevrolet Company Stillwater, Okla FR2-7144 Mrs. Sarah Acuff Funeral Services Held Saturday Funeral services for Mrs. Sar- ah Anna Acuff, 68, who died at her home south of Perkins, Thursday, May 18, 1967, were held in the Perkins Baptist Church at 2 p.m. Saturday. Rev. Walter Hurt officiated, and burial was held in the Per- ki!xs cemetery. The family announced that friends who desired could make memorials to the Medical Re- search Foundation. Mrs. Aeuff, born July 15, 1898, in Oregon, Me., was the daugh- ter of Austin Rurdett and Mary @m'oline I.aithHn. She was trine- tied to Warner Wesley Aeuff In Oklahoma City, Jan. 13, 1920. l., fore moving to SaIlisaw .in 12, the couple re=de t2telr home in Ctudg but in 1948 they re- turned to Payne County and lived south of Perkins. Before her marriage, Mrs. A- cuff was connected with the Wil- kins-Hale State Bank in Okla- homa City. Survivors include her husband, son, Cecil W. Acuff, Perkins High School principal, and three grandsons, Chris, Cliff and Craig; on ebrother, John H. Laughlin, Oklahoma City, and an uncle, J. E. Alien, Stillwatcr,