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July 12, 1973

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8 - The Journal, Thursday, July 12, 1973 The Journal subscription prices will soon be going up. But not before our readers have a chance to sign up for as many years as they wish at special rates. You can' send in the coupon below for either a new or renewal subscription. The increase affects all our readers. Payne, Lincoln and Noble counties are now $4.12 a year. This will increase to $5.15. All other areas are now $6.18 a year. This will increase to $8.24 a year. This increase will be effective August 4, 1973. IN PAYNE, LINCOLN AND NOBLE COUNTIES 3 years will soon cost $15.45 2 years will soon cost $10.30 3 years now cost only $12.36 2 years now cost only $8.24 SAVE $3.09 SAVE $2.06 I year will soon cost $5.15 I year now cost only $4.12 SAVE $1.03 SUBSCRIPTIONS TO OTHER THAN ABOVE 3 years will soon cost $24.72 2 years will soon cost $16.48 3 years now cost only $18.54 2 years now cost only $12.36 SAVE $6.18 SAVE $4.12 1 year will soon cost $8.24 1 yearnow cost only $6.18 mm~mml SAVE $2.06 COUNTIES IF YOU BUY FROM A NEWSTAND SINGLE COPIES AT A NEWSTAND ARE 159 EACH mnmmmmm m m numlu m n m gram munro n m m m m m m m YES! PUT ( ) 3 years ( ) 2 years ( ) 1 year MAIL OR BRING THISCOUPON TO THE JOURNAL, BOX L, PERKINS, OKLAHOMA 74059 DONST HESITATE TO ENCLOSE CASH -WILL TAKE THE RISK. I ME DOWN FOR A SAVING ! ENCLOSE $ ............. ( ) This is a New Subscription ( ) This is a renewal NAME ......... . ........................................ ADDRESS ........... . ..................... . ........... CITY ................... 8~fAT E .............. ZIP ......... xpires August3, ure ee The eyes of Texans will be on 69 youth delegates and 26 adult advisers from the Oklahoma State Association of Future Homemakers of America as .they converge in Dallas, Texas, for the National Meeting of Fut- ure Homemakers of America, July 9-12. They will join fourteen hun- dred. youth delegatesp repre- senting a national membership of half-a-million from all fifty states, Puerto Rico and the Vir- gin Islands, who will be ac- companied by some four hun- dred home economics educators serving as their state and chap- ter advisers. Thisyear*s meeting is de- signed to promote active in- volvement of individual mem- bers through the new Program Action Impact. The four day program will revolve around the theme IMPACT 173. Amy Case, National V! co-President of Projects, from Kingfisher, and her adviser, Mrs. Sharron Storm, have participated in three planning meetings in Washington, D.C. during the past year in preparation for implementing the new FHA pro- gram of work. Mrs. Storm and Amy along with Oklahoma's state president, Lu Ann Mar- shall, Checotah; Judy Nichols, Haworth; Donna Vaughan, Hol- lis; Dana Danel, Ripley, and Laura Bostwick, Fairview, will assume major roles in the Na- tional Meeting in Dallas. Liz Moore, Oklahoma)s Na- tional Committee member from Lawton, will give the Invoca- tion at the first general ses- sion on Monday evening. During the four-day meet- ing officers and delegates will condt~ct and participate in "talk-in" sessions and "ac- tion labsa' exploring ways to use the Program Action Impact Kit in planning and carrying out in homes or communities in- depth projects that related to their home economics class- room work. Mona Wylie, Mul- drow, Leah Taylor, Antlers, and Lou Ann Jones, Hammon, will act as leaders and, assistant leaders of these sessions. Kay Wyatt, Hydro, will serve as a hostess. A major item of business to come before the assembly is the election of twelve national officers to serve during the 1923-74 year. Oklahoma's vot- ing delegates will be Lue Ann Marshall, Checotah; Karen Lit- tle, Cheyenne, and Patti Haney, Warner. Thirty-seven Oklahoma dele- gates will serve as ushers at the third General Session on Wednesday. Chapter advisers and delegates from Carrier, Chandler, ClintOn, Dill City, Kingston, and Wakita will fur- nish center pieces using Ok- lahoma's state flower, Mistle- toe, for tile banquet on Thurs- day night, July ~12, 1973. There will also be time for sight-seeing, visting Six Flags, and attendance at a real Texas Barbecue and Rodeo. Future Homemakers of" America is the national or- ganization for students in hoYne economics and home economics occupations In the secondary schools. It is spsonsored by the Division of Vocational and Technical Education, U.S. Of- lice of Education and The American Home Economics AsSociation. National head- quarters are located in Wash- ington, DoC. omema in al The Oklahc be accompanied Frizzell, State and Joyce ThompsOn, District Division of Home in the State Vocational and ucation. Velva Emerson, Tryon, will al FHA Meeting in On 3 summer lahoma, state parks instant community million persons recreation, and of the services in their home towns. Facilities joyment of state creations and museums ever. Eventually becomes Maintenance is thing visitors cited about. It'S that should be done, seldom noticed unle~-~ done. In the past few Parks Division ply been quality maintenance ities accomplished. Now Parks nel are progress, bark on the first tenance project ducted in state creattonal areas. project began July 1. The project of Governor signeted it as an gram of his recommended that appropriated for its funding. The glslature also port this spring printing funds for mentation. The final of many months ~vas approved by and Recreation at their last meet dlvldiual projects beginning. Chris Delaporte, the Division of areas will benefit gram. Project gered over a Period. *'Service to our be interrupted ing the remodeling, said, "but we are avoid interruption possible,, seasons?' Priorities for fall into~ three improvement of and solid waste systems, fee collection provement of fee areas ( such as golf Delaporte said is a 'correctll~e program, through lties can be in which future can be gular basis. '*The challenge work done, andt constant regard ance of the with construction, to-day m~ make maintenance habitual, gram or