This article was on the front page of the April 13, 1967 Eureka Springs Times-Echo.
This clipping is from the front page of the December 1, 1966 edition of the Eureka Springs Times-Echo. The caption reads:
Pictured here with Coach Gammil in the driver’s seat is the 1967 Ford Galaxie furnished to the Eureka Springs School Driver Education course by Bill Coleman of Modern Motors. Shown standing by the new car which is equipped with all modern safety features are six of the 14 students who have already signed up for the Driver Education course: Larry Hill, Karen Weems, Ricky Weaver, Pat Alexander, Linda Shelton and Diane Weems. As soon as the dual controls arrive for the vehicle students will receive 30 hours of classroom work, and eight hours will be spent behind the wheel. -photo by Wayne Brashear.
This clipping is from Page 4 of the January 19, 1967 edition of the Eureka Springs Times-Echo. If you are unable to read the caption, it says:
GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD WINNERS – Last Friday, January 13th, the Abendschone Chapter, D.A.R. presented the good citizenship awards to three girls, one from each of the major county towns. Pictured here are Mrs. Neff Poynor at the left and Mrs. A.D. Basore at the right, co-chairman of the D.A.R. Good Citizenship committee. Others from left to right are: Mrs. Elmer Bailey and daughter, Miss Rena Bailey, award winner from Berryville; Miss Karen Weems Eureka Springs winner, and her mother, Mrs. McKinley Weems; and Mrs. Tom Watson of Green Forest, mother of Miss Kathy Watson, award winner from that city who could not be present because of final exams at school. -photo by Wayne Brashear.