North Harrison High School - Shamrock Yearbook (Eagleville, MO)
- Class of 1972
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Text from Pages 1 - 134 of the 1972 volume:
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North Harrison School
When the seniors first stepped through the
door many years ago, each probably asked him-
self, "What am I going to learn here?" Now,
looking back, he realizes that he has gained
knowledge and skills and has formed many last-
ing friendships as he progressed from where he
was to where he is.
At NHHS there are many opportunities for
each student to participate in athletics, in dif-
ferent organizations, and in various other inter-
Now he is aware that our school is provid-
ing him not only the foundation necessary for
graduation, but also is helping in leading the
way toward vocational and career opportunities.
The long and the short of it!
A powerful, hardworking student council, sponsored by Mr. Arnold and Mr. Rawn, chose as its president-Daryld Pottorff
is exhibited in many ways .
The classrooms are scenes of a variety of activities
ranging from art development to lecture and note-taking
routines to the use of audio-visual equipment.
Individual presentations and discussion groups give
each student the opportunity to express himself and help
him relate his course work with his own personal experi-
ences and, too, workouts in a well-organized gym help
students develop their ability as they gain team spirit.
All of these experiences and activities help the stu-
dent gain youth power.
There must be some
Have'em heap big Thanksgiving feast.
The confines of the library is too much on a beautiful sunny
day, so work is being finished outdoors.
Candied apples is not only a treat for small fry, but also for
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time for study!
Wonder if this calculation will pass
our instructor's keen eye?
at group study-at individual endeavor. . .
Well, if there's no girl friend around,
a fellow has to sew his own school letters
on his vest.
Why let all that sunshine go to waste?
Getting senior rings is a real thrill
for this year's juniors.
Love those '73 rings.
One really gets in gear when
in all sorts of
It's spring, and time to "droo1" over wall Play practice adds spice to a routine day,
coverings which add sparkle to many rooms. 5 f p
Putting thefinishing touches on art projects gives us a 2
sense of accomplishment. 2 o,,o
he's homeward bound.
Up, up and away! Fourth graders exhibit rockets they have
L The National Honor Society holds its can
dle lit induction ceremony.
activities at orth Harrison
National Honor sophomores forget their "dignity" for
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Mr Rawn's music courses develop talents and apprec1at1on
Students 1n Mr McKe1vey's science class learn to use correct labo
assist Mrs. Henson
courses develop verbal ability.
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The social science department offers courses in the areas of history, government and soci
ology. Films and other audio-visual materials used by Mr. Bird add diversity to teaching methods
employed in the social science area.
laboratories, and lecture
develop new ideas and
The N.H.H.S. classroom is the
scene of a variety of activities which
include small group discussions, in-
dividual presentations, and laboratory
experiments allowing each student the
opportunity to express himself as he
gains the foundation necessary for col
lege, vocational, or career opportuni-
le's business courses lead students on to careers.
finds mathematics a vital field of study
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power experience is not an ending, but rather
a beginning. The student looks back on these
rewarding years but he also looks forward
with expectancy to a future for which these
years have prepared him.
He has achieved a social and personal
development that helps him look forward to
his future in college, on the job, or as a re-
sponsible person in his community.
The yearbook staff
name Debbie Miller the
book Queen. She was chosen
her outstanding cooperation,
ship and willingness to help at all
Queen Debbie is a valued mem-
ber f '
o our '72 Staff.
BEST SCHOOL SPIRIT: Tana Trullinger, Donnie DeLong
BEST PERSONALITY: Pam Darnell, Roe Cox
JOLLIEST JUNIORS: Peggy Elder, Gary Campbell
MOST STUDIOUS: Paula Arkle, Terry Trullinger
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SILLIEST SOPHOMORES: Danny Lisle, Susan Gulliams
Outstanding Sha mrocks
MOST DEPENDABLE: Theresa Arnold, Victor Parkhurst
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Cynde is President of FTA.
Upper right: Jim is a high school
Mr. A nd Miss
Cynde Wilcoxson and Jim
Harrold were selected by the
student body as Mr. and Miss
Shamrock. The publications
class set these qualifications
for this honor:
1. Cooperation in all ac-
2. Good leadership quali-
3. Willingness to give of
their time for the good
of our school.
4. Average or better scho-
Harold D. Smith, Superintendent
We strive to build youth
power in our community through
teaching, study, counseling and
interchanging thoughts concern-
ing the issues of education.
Our school also presents
varied programs and special
services throughout the year.
Superintendent Smith shares
the hope that through such stud-
ies and activities our students
will gain the knowledge neces-
sary for world understanding.
Administration and faculty share in
Front Row- Mr. Gale Fletchall, Mr. Harold D. Smith, Superintendentg Mr. Lee Parman, President, and Mr. Robert
Wilcoxson, Vice-President. Back Row- Mr. E. M. Johnston, Board Treasurer, Mr. Harold Huitt, Mr. Harold McChesney,
and Mr. Delbert Barber.
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Mr Everett Arnold, Principal and Mr Edwin Rawn, Vice Prmcipal,
Mrs. Sonya Selby, Principa1's Secretary.
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Mr. Everett Arnold, Principal
Mrs. Arlene Tuggle, Business Education
Mr. Earl Lockridge, Agriculture
Mr. Gary Bird, Social Studies, Con
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Mr. Duane Long, Mathematics
Mrs. Wanda Rinehart, English and Speech
Mr. Edward Rawn, Music
Mr. Terry Campbell, English and French
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Mr. Rodney McDowell, Chemistry and Math Mrs. Marsha Edwards, Art
Mrs. Martha Woollums, English, Journalism and Library
Mr. James McKe1vey, Science
Mr. Larry Parman, Drivers Education
and Physical Education
Mrs. Theresa Henson, Home Economics
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Mr. Charles Cartwright, Social Science and Physical Education
Mrs. Ruby Coffman, Study Hall
Mrs. Marilyn Henry, Elementary Principal, scans perma-
nent records of elementary students.
Mrs. Alice Purdun, elementary secretary, helps
organize elementary records.
join forces to increase youth power.
Mariann Washburn, Pam Darnell, Cindy Wilcoxson, and Mrs. Henry check the calculation data with
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Mrs Barbara Coulson, F1rst Grade
Mrs Rose Shakespeare, Thxrd Grade
Mrs. Creta Johnston, Fourth Grade
Mrs. Jean Huitt, Sixth Grade
Mr. John Ahuna, Fifth Grade
Mrs. Eva Banks, School Nurse
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Mrs. Beeks and Mrs. Huitt, Basic Skills Instruc-
tors, check a plan book for remedial needs.
Mrs. Heyle, teachers' aide, helps the students
with their work.
. . these are busy days.
A day in the elementary department finds
many responsible people working closely with
students to help them fulfill individual needs.
These people have a real interest in each stu-
dent and they are willing to help at every stage
of the student's development. This personal in-
terest not only helps each student to become ac
quainted as soon as he enters School, but con-
tinues to give the opportunity for individual
learning experiences as he progresses.
Mrs. Henry, Elementary Principal, joins in a
parent-teacher conference with Mrs. Huitt.
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Office Helpers, Sonya Selby, Brenda Bowen, Margaret Beery, Rhonda Shain, Rick Slatten, Randy Barber, Gail DeLong, and Doris Groom
work for a smoothly run school.
HHS helpers build power in the school
Eva Banks, R.N,, Pam Perkins, and Teresa Stevens are
Mildred Rinehart and Betty Lacy are taking lunch money for the looking over medical records of the NHHS students.
grade school teachers.
S.C. Mossburg is chief food-taster for: Lib Cook, Veta Gilpatrick, Ethel
Bickford, Ann Mossburg, Gene Stevens, and Gladis Parkhurst, the 1971-'72
NHHS cooks and kitchen help.
Bill Heyle and Forest Weddle, our custodians,
keep NHHS clean and shining.
Serving North Harrison with a smile
Wayne Brill, Wayne Emerson, Garland Sturdevant, Delbert Stevens, Johnny Young, Ed Hurt, Max Pottorff and
keep the North Harrison buses rolling on schedule.
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Mr. Long, Mr. Lockeridge, and Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Parman take time out
for welcome refreshments at the High
School Christmas Ball.
Campbell admire Mrs. Wollums' Christ-
mas gift. Mr. and Mrs. Rinehart tap a toe as
they watch the Junior High dancing couples.
Teachers relax at the end ofa busy day!
Mr. and Mrs. Cartwright join the re
freshment line at the Junior High Christ-
Mr. Ahuna chats
with a pretty guest.
Mr and Mrs Edwards en'o the ar-
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tistic, beautifully decorated elementary
F,F,A, 1-2-3-4. Officer 3. Band 1-2-3. F.H.A. 1-2-3-4. OffiC6I' 3. B2Sk9tb21l1 1-
Class Officer 3-4. 2-3-4. Pep Club 1-2-3-4. Pom Pom Girl
4. Chorus 3. Band 1-2. F,T,A, 2.
Strong officers lead seniors to graduation
F.H.A, 1-2-3-4. Drama Club 1-2. Choir
1-2-3-4. Officer 4. Pom Pom Girl 1-2-
3-4. Cheerleader 1-4. Class Officer
1-4. Librarian 1-4. Publications 4. Pep
F,F.A, 1-2-3-4. Class Officer 1-4. Bas
F.F,A, 1-2-3-4. Basketball l-
2. Class Officer 2. Track 1-2.
F,F,A. Officer 4. Track 1-2-
3-4. Class Officer 3. Student
Council 4. Student Manager 2.
Pep Club 2-3-4.
F,H.A, 1-2-3-4. Pep Club 1-2
3-4. Basketball 1-2. Student
F.H.A. 1-2-3-4. Cheerleader
l-2- 3-4. Band 1-2-3. Choir
l-2-3. Class Officer 1-2.
Student Council Vice Presi-
dent 4. Pep Club l-2-3-4.
Drama Club 2.
Senior sponsors and officers Mr. Parman, Mr. Arnold, Mrs. Tuggle. Terri Darnell, secretary, Ned Bergman,
president, Roger Richardson, vice-president, Tana Trullinger, reporter.
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F.H.A. 2-3-4. Library 2-3-4.
F,F,A, 1-2-3-4. Bas-
F.F,A, 1-2-3-4. Band 1-2. Pep Club
F.H.A. 1-2-3-4. Officer 4. Track 3-4. Bas-
ketball 2-3. Pom Pom Girl 2-3-4. Librarian
1. Choir 1. Student Council 3.
F.F,A, 1-2-3-4. Pep Club 3-4. Choir.
A, 1-2-3-4. F.T,A, 3-4.
F.F.A. 1-2-3-4. Basketball l-2-3-4.
Track 1-2-3-4. Student Council l.
Class Favorite 3.
Mr. and Miss Senior - Gayla DEBBIE KING
Grabill and Don DeLong F.H.A. 1-2-3.
F ,H.A. 1-2-3-4. Presi-
F,H,A, 1-2-3-4. Pep
Club 1-2-3-4. Bas-
ketball Manager 3.
F,T,A, 1-2. Nurse
Helper 4. Drama
Club 1-2. F.F,A, 4.
F.H.A. 1-2-3-4. Of-
ficer 4. Band 1-2-3-4.
N.H,S, 2-3-4. Pep
Club 3-4. Choir 2-3.
Pep Band 2-3.
F,F,A, 1-2-3-4. Officer 4. Basketball 1-2-
3-4. Track 1-2-3-4, Student Council 3-4,
2-3. Pep Club 3-4. Of-
F,H.A. 1-2-3-4. Basketball 1-2-3-4.
Track 3-4. Pep Club 1-2-3-4. Choir
1-4. N.H,S, 3-4. Class Officer 3.
F.T,A, 2-3-4. Officer 3-4. Drama
F.F,A. 1-2-3-4. Basketball 1-2-3-4.
Track 1-2-3-4. Student Council 1. Li
F.H,A, 1-2-3-4. F,T,A, 2-3-4. Choir
1-2. Drama Club 2. Library 1-4.C1ass
Officer 2. Pep Club 2-3-4. Publica-
tions 3. Pom Pom Girl 2-3-4. Cheer
leader 1. Basketball 2.
The school year
nears a close
Theresa Stevens, Roger Richardson, Sid Wilcoxson and Jim
Harrold make plans for the annual senior trip.
Nancy Lane, Ned Bergman, Tana Trullinger and Daryld
Pottorff have looked forward to this big moment for many
years. Somehow, there are many nostalgic thoughts inter- g
mixed with this moment of happiness. F
Rhonda Shain and Wayne Allen are Brenda Bowen, Roe Cox, Michelle Ragan and Sid Wilcoxson proudly display their
the night owls of North Harrison. senior rings.
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The 1972 Senior Class show their smiling faces as they see
that graduation time is drawing near. From bottom to top are:
Pam Perkins, Tana Trullinger, Dennis Briggs, Terri Wyant,
Brenda Bowen, Herbert Guilliams, Danny Ellis, Rodney Zim-
merman, Debbie King, Teresa Stevens, Donnie DeLong, Cynde
Wilcoxson, Larry Young, Nancy Lane, Cecil Cracraft, Mariann
Washburn, Randy Barber, Terri Darnell, Jimmy Harrold, Joyce
Cole, Billy Cook, Kristy Bennett, Randy Tull, Wayne Allen,
Gayla Grabill, Roger Richardson, Daryld Pottorff, Ned Bergman
and Sid Wilcoxson.
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Junior class officers are Rex Huitt, presidentg Debbie Willis, reporterg Vic Parkhurst,
parliamentariang Becky Huit, secretaryg Ricky Slatten, vice president and Pam Darnell,
sergeant-at-arms. Sponsors are Mr. Long, Mr. Campbell, and Mr. McKe1vey.
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Debbie Miller and Randy Savely. Debbie Miller
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Greg Schmitz, Becky Sturdevant, Monte Warner, Patty Thurman,
Lynn Snethen, Joe Robins, and Allen Gilliland help rake in the money Terry Parkhurst, Peggy Elder, Barb Stevens, and Greg
from the junior stands. Eckerson prepare popcorn for a big game.
Juniors dream ofa great Junior-Senior Prom.
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Mr. Lockridge, sponsor, Mike Richardson, reporter, Dan Lisle, secretary, Ricky Westlake, treasurer
Randy Hamilton, president, Robin South, reporter, Mrs. Henson, sponsor, and Becky Bennett, vice presi
dent, plan an exciting party for the Sophomore class.
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Sophomores Beverly Thurman, Michael Richardson,
Kelly Ray and Penny Washburn find studying a rewarding
Freshmen class officers are DeAnn DeLong, President, Jerry Wyant, Vice President,
Howard Cole, secretary, Stephen Upchurch, reporter, Delbert Stevens, treasurer and Mrs.
Edwards and Mr. Cartwright, sponsors.
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Marlene Lisle and Gary Osborn are Freshmen class favorites.
Vicki Thrailkill holds a map of Iowa, while some other Sth grade students Sth grade OffiC9T'S and SIOOHSOTS are Gary Bowen
help decide about their sprmg tmp Vice Presidentg Pat Mossburg, Treasurer, Mr Mc
Dowell and Mrs. Woollums, Sponsors, Francis P1er
son, Secretaryg and Bob Beery, President
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Sponsoring seventh grade class meetings and activities are Mr. Bird and Mrs. Rinehart. Rod Thrail-
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Seventh graders learn new mathematlc operations as well as good sportsmansh1p Class favorites, Mark Smith and Geneva
in math drills. Osborn set fine examples for seventh
students enjoy work and play alzke
acquiring useful skills
Queen Debbie Ballantyne and King Ronnie Darnell are attended
by Donna Craig, Carolyn Pottorff, Roian Gilpatrick, and Ricky Park-
Mr. Rawn talks with junior high students at the Christ-
Steve Upchurch officiates at the Royal Crown-
Christmas is a time for
bundles of new things - new
thoughts, latest dances,pretty
gifts .... what a beautiful
Queen Debbie and King Ronnie lead the Royal Dance.
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Nick Fortner stabs Brenda Groom while Lisa Smith, Glenda Fletchall,
Pam and Michael Parkhurst, Sheila Cook, Tom Pottorff, Mickey Schmitz,
Tom Hutton, and Kelvin Cox watch during a play they performed based on
the book, THE HIDDEN STAIRCASE. Randy Harker, John Washburn,
Danny Briggs, absent
Nicholas Fortner, absent
picture they drew and
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Doug Craig, and Curtis Pottorff proudly
colored for the sixth grade door.
Ronnie Edwards, Danny Briggs, Mike Willis, Sandy Schoonover, Dewight
ff h where Canada is located on the
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' d rs learn many things about Canada in their SocialStudies
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ventional 1921l'I1iI'1g- Goofing around now and then breaks
the monotony for the fifth graders.
Fifth Graders find reference materials
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Mr. John Ahuna
Kenneth Eugene Barnhouse
Lewis Clifton Beery
Teresa Lynne Blake
Michael Robert Brenizer
Jackie Charles Briggs
Gary Dean Campbell
James Leland Chamberlin
Marie Annette Cole
Jay Cee Cook
Stephen Wayne Coulson
Richard Lee Cracraft
Wesley Eugene Darnell
Sharon Kaye Dickinson
Thomas Randall Fowler
Vincent Keith Grabill
Sharolyn Denise Harker
Paula Beth Jones
Tameria Sue Kinder
Jerry Lee Konopasek
Billie Louise Mossburg
Thomas L. Osborn
Dale Dewayne Parkhurst
Leanna Joy Parkhurst
Michael Brent Parkhurst
Terry Lee Parkhurst
Tony Lynn Richardson
Donnette Marie Sanders
Brenda Diane Savely
Trudy Ann Schoonover
Richard Linn Slatten
David Allen South
Lisa Dawn Tull
Lori Denise Westlake
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South, Paula Jones, Terry
Parkhurst, Marie Cole, and
Trudy Schoonover use ma-
terials in their reference
corner set up with maps,
books, and globes.
Mike Smith, Mickey Parkhurst, Joy Fletchall, Teresa McChesney, Dennis Perkins, Randy Bram- son, and Lorrie Smith Chat a minute
mer, Kerry Easton, Marietta Fine, Jackie Summers, Scott Konopasek, Richard Fortner, Charles
Morrow, Sam Mossburg, and Bill Campbell plan their Halloween party.
Ronnie Lacy, Guy Walling, Lisa
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Sharon Kay Blake
Randall Lee Brammer
William Edward Campbell
Charles William Cole
Lisa Sue Cook
Kerry Alan Eastin
Kenneth LeRoy Emerson
Marietta Jane Fine
Joy Renae Fletchall
Richard Leroy Fortner
Patrick Lloyd Groom
Donald Allen Hicks
Scott Neal Konopasek
Ronald Gene Lacy
Teresa Diane McChesney
Samuel Wade Mossburg
Cook, Nancy Thurman, Terry Dickin-
Mlckey Dale Parkhurst
Dennis Alan Perkins
James Brent Pierson
Timmy Joe Pottorff
Lisa Kay Ragan
Lorrie Denise Smith
Michael T. Smith
Karen Kimberly Stanley
Douglas LeRoy Stevens
Jackie Renee Summers
Connie Lynn Thrailkill
Nancy Irene Thurman
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Paul Wallace, and Marcia Trullinger work math, study English and look up interesting countries on
the globe in this corner of the classroom.
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Third Grade gains strength through
Jeff Gibson, Kathy Giles, and Gary Parkhurst point out some of the won-
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the map, while Rhonda Ballantyne finds Misl
are finding other places on the map.
Richie Fine and Rodney Offield point to the screen and Karen
Alley prepare to run the projector. Keith Bennett, Brenda Hartschen,
Mark Cook, Joe Huitt, Kathy Giles, Lori Harker, Marcella Pottorff
and Tami Kaufman are interested in this class project.
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Randy Fletchall are waiting in line to put letters on the flannel board. Brian F01-mer' Lisa AI-kle, Kelly Slaughter, and Brad
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Shelly Gay Henry and Julie Smith Cstandingj check to see what Mrs. Edwards wants them to bring to Art Class
today, while Greg Walling, Twyla Bayless, Perry Parkhurst and Terry Stokes get their supplies ready.
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mterestmg first grade bulletin board Bennett, Rhonda Campben, Alan
First Grade takes a look at
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Stanley Scott Bennett
Alan Dean Bickford
Rhonda Sue Campbell
Linda Kay Cook
Sherry Lynn Cook
Donna Louann Dickinson
Tracy Joe Eivins
Linda Kaye Hamilton
Sherri Lavaun Hembry
Darin U ay Huitt
Lisa Ann Johnston
Tara Jeanette Kaufman
Lisa M. Long
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Kindergarten girls learn about many different things in many Kindergarten people learn many new safety rules and
different ways. Mrs. Barnhouse tells Susan Giles, Patricia Park- habits. Here Mrs. Barnhouse tells Mary Jane Jones
hufst, Sheryl White, Monifa Alley, Lisa UTY, and VOUGH Skinner Steven Richardson, Kevin Hartschen, Mary Ann Pottbrff,
abmlt how to U59 the Abacus- Glen Grabill, Karen Rinehart, and Rhonda Offield about
Little people have big
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Hicks, Tanora Bayless, Julia Heyle and Larry Flowers enJoy looking at a bulletin board ln their Kindergarten
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Jerry Mossburg, Kristy Bennett, Becki Sturdevant, Debi Tull, Patty Thurman, and Barb Stevens are hurrying to get the paper
published on time.
Gayla Grabill and Kristy Bennett are proofreading the sten-
cil and correcting errors so that the paper cn be run off.
Both the Shamrock and the Cloverleaf
have the responsibility of informing mem-
bers of the school community and other
interested persons concerning what's hap-
pening at North Harrison.
More hours than most people realize
are spent by hard-working staff members
who are willing to expend their time and
talents for the school.
It is the desire of staff members that
their efforts are appreciated by all those
who read the yearbook and newspaper--
North Harrison students and faculty, par-
ents, friends, area professional business
men, and future students.
Mrs. Woollums is explaining the 1971-1972 yearbook to Tana Trullinger, Debbie Miller, Gayla Grabill, Robin
South, and Pam Perkins.
youth power to achieve betterpublic relations
Jerry Mossburg, Patty Thurman, Debbie Miller, Tana Trullinger, Gayla Grabill, Robin South, Pam Perkins,
Kristy Bennett, Barb Stevens, Debi Tull and advisor, Mrs. Woollums are standing by the car getting ready to sell
advertisements for the yearbook.
How are you going to vote? Since March,
1972, is the time for Presidential primaries,
students at N.H.H,S, are conducting a student
poll in mid-February. No, we' re not going to
make a fearless prediction at this time.
Julie Heyle and David Richardson, crown bearers, execute everybody's
ideas as they practice for Homecoming ceremonies.
Scouting around for ideas. . .
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The junior English class tries out various ideas to perfect their
spring play. Peggy and Susan act out one good suggestion here.
Well, it was your ideal!
3 Fans begin to have big ideas about our SHAMROCKS going to
The Boy Scouts are CF1rst Rowj Tommy Fowler, Randy Keltner, Jerry
Sturdevant, Roger Thompson, and Randy Warner. Second Row: Scoutmaster
Gerald Boggess, Mike Elliott, Brent Elliott, Jerry Wyant, Greg Bowen,
Erry Trullinger, Dennis Howes, Joe Robbins, Rick Slatten and Rick Carn-
The Cub Scouts are CFirst Rowj Rodney Offield,
Ronnie Warner, Terry Stokes, and Duane Young. Sec-
ond Row: Mark Cook, Donnie Hicks and Kenny Emer-
son. Third Row: Jackie Briggs, Richard Slatten, Mike
Thomas, Jerry Konoposek, Shawn Lane, Steve Gra-
blll, Dean Wilson, and Paul Rinehart. Mr. Rawn is
shown with the group.
Scouts add youth power to our community
The Girl Scouts are CF1rst Rowj Etta Jean Hunslcker, Lora
Harker, Billie Mossburg, Leana Parkhurst and Marsha Trullln-
ger. Second Row: Llsa Smith, Mrs. Tfuulllger-leader, and
Brenda Groom, Scout leaders are Mrs. Saling, Mrs. Emerson and Mr. Lacy.
Barb Butler, Terri Darnell, Terri Pottorff, Billie
Peirson, Lynn Stanley, Terry Wyant, Becky Huit, Tana
Trullinger, and Gayla Grabill are our pom-pom girls
for the '71-'72 school year.
Marching Shamrocks take powerful steps to
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Richardson, student directory Amy Ed-
wards, Deanne DeLong, Dixie Alley,
Richard Lacy, Debbie Ballantyne, Tana
Trullinger, Greg Eckerson, Sandystan
ton, Lynn Stanley, Nancy Miller, Cynde
Wilcoxson and Gail DeLong.
instill school spirit
Chef Sid Wilcoxson prepares Christmas Day
specialties for librarians.
The proof of the pudding is in the eating.
Isbmg,,rea,1,1ega1? Remember the day the
Auctioneer Rawn's powerful voice rings out,
"Going, going, gone I"
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mistletoe hung high?
You don't know what standing under the mistletoe means?
. . . Tana told the cheerleaders they had better remember that the
SHAMROCKS are ALWAYS going to win?
. . . andthe day when
. . . Mr. Parman played Santa at pep assembly?
. . . Mr. Ahuna and Mr. McDowell sang Christmas
songs and accompanied themselves on the ukulele?
. . . Debbie Willis and Susan Lane
discussed the merits of long flowing
dresses versus comfortable slacks?
. . . Don DeLong and Daryld Pottorff, student council presl-
dent, weren't very good dress-code examples?
Chapter Farmers are Danny Lynch, Danny Lisle,
Maurice Craig, Bob Stobbe and Michael Richardson. Back
Row: Randy Hamilton, Dana Wilcoxson, Donnie Edwards,
Kelly Parkhurst and Rickie Westlake.
Mechanical power aids the FFA boys
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1971 and 1972 officers are Roe Cox, treasurerg Sid Wilcoxson,
president, Roger Richardson, sentinel, Daryld Pottorff, vice president
. . with Mr. Lockeridge, chapter adviser. In the back row are Randy Bar-
l l ber, secretary, Ned Bergman, parliamentarian, Rex Huitt, reporter,
E fl a S U Z 6 Victor Parkhurst, chaplain and Brent Elliot, reporter.
Green Hands are Dennis Lisle, Larry Cracraft, Tim Wilson and Howard Cole. Second Row: Sharon Hopkins, Jan Perkins,
Delbert Stevens, Ron Darnell, Larry Tull, Kelly Ray, and Steve Upchurch. Back Row: Pam Perkins, Mark Weddle, Gary Osborn,
Paul Gilliland, Doug Tull, Da.nny Spurling, and Jerry Wyant.
Left to right Cfront rowj Nancy Lane, Teresa Stevens, Marianne Washburn, Margaret Beery, Becky Huit, Linda Smith, Gayla Grabill,
Karis Richardson, and Mrs. Henson. Csecond rowj Lynn Stanley, Susan Lane, Tana Trullinger, Debbie Tull, Dixie Alley, Joan Barber,
Marlene Lisle, Barbara Butler, DeAnn DeLong, and Nancy Miller. Cthird rowj Debbie King, Debbie Ballantyne, Pam Darnell, Paula Arkle
Sharon Hopkins, Jan Perkins, Terri Wyant, Terri Darnell, Michelle Ragan, and Becky Sturdevant. Cfourth row? Kristy Bennett, Terri
Pottoroff, Pam Perkins, Cynde Wilcoxson, Rhonda Shain, Brenda Bowen, Gale DeLong, Cindy McChesney, Susan Guilliams, Connie Lane,
Debbie Booth, and Debbie Miller. Cfifth rowj Connie Thurman, Kim Cook, Beverly Thurman, Julie Lacy, Penny Washburn, Becky Bennett,
Barbara Howes, Terri Jones, Mary Hancock, Brenda Ragan, Patty Barnes, and Alicia Bowen. Csixth rowj Sandy Stanton, Penny Cook, Amy
Edwards, Rosetta Stevens, Rhonda Huit, Robin South, Kim Slaughter, Lutricia Smith, Billie Pierson, Debbie Willis, Connie Parsons, and
t F.H.A. leads our
community to a
Officers in F,H,A, are Cheryl Parman, historian, Margaret
Beery, secretary, Marianne Washburn, reporter, Linda Smith,
sentinel, and Joyce Cole, parliamentarian.
Karis Richardson, devotional leader, Gayla Grabill, treasurer,
Nancy Lane, president, Mrs. Henson, sponsor, Teresa Stevens, vice-
president, and Becky Huit, recreational leader.
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Sue, Julie and Cynthia gave these Kinder-
garteners a "snack" lesson.
Kym and the Parkhurst twins. Double trouble, double joy! Mommy
Mommy too Ctwo'?J!
Sometimes entertaining preschoolers is a real-
problem. Becky tries!
Sophomores find "first-hand" study of child care interest-
ing and fun.
Learning to renovate breakfast chairs was challenging and,
at times, exasperating.
An educational bulletin board helps these sophomores get
ready to give a lesson about nutrition to second graders.
Sweetheart Terry Darnell
Couples relax during refreshment break.
Attendants Patty Barnes,
sophomore, and Becky Attendants Terry Pottorff,
Huit, junior, freshman, and Terry Darnell,
Sweetheart Terry visits with guests at Barnwarming
A swinging band adds to the Barnwarming festivities.
It always helps to make a game more enjoyable when a fel-
low buys a bag of popcorn to munch on.
Who would ever believe clowning Terri would make such a
majestic entry as Homecoming Queen just minutes later?
Shamrock fans are enthusiastic admirers of this
year' s team, and why not?
Oops! Is the librarian approaching?
It takes a heap of selling to raise money for a super Junior-
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Librarians and library helpers are Penny Washburn, Sid Wilcoxson, Michelle Ragan, Tana Trullinger, Terri Wyant,
Marlene Lisle, Peggy Elder, Linda Snethen, Jan Perkins, Rhonda Huitt, Cheryl McChesney, Donna Craig, Carol Young,
Vicki Thrailkill, Rhonda Fletchall, Ricky Parkhurst, Patricia Wilson, Mary Hancock, Pam Perkins and Mrs. Woollums.
Youth powerpulls together for the good ofall
National Junior Honor Society members and sponsors are Mrs. Woollums, Rhonda Fletchall, Michael Elliott, Laura
Smith, Carol Saling, Kellie Harker, Jerry Wyant, DeAnn De-Long, Joan Barber, Debra Huit, Rosetta Stevens, Kathy
Slaughter, Nancy Miller, Jana Jones, Mr. Long, sponsor and Howard Cole.
FTA members and sponsors are Barb Howes, Susan Guilliams, Howard Cole, Tom Bergman, Mariann Washburn, Herbert Guilliams,
Mrs. Coulson, sponsor, Ronald Darnell, Mrs. Henry, sponsor, Jerry Wyant, Terre Wyant, Cynde Wilcoxson, Pam Darnell and Brent
National Honor Society members are Mr. Long, sponsor, Beckl Huit, Pam Darnell, Terri Darnell, Terry Trullinger, Nancy Lane,
Theresa Stevens, Mrs. Woollums, sponsor, Karis Richardson, Alicia Bower, Brent Elliott, Lutricia Smith, Tom Bergman, Barb Howes,
Rickie McChesney, Debbie Booth, Paula Arkle, Cynde Wilcoxson, Margaret Berry, Cindy McChesney, Teresa Arnold, Patty Barnes,
and Linda Smith.
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Joyce Cole, Don DeLong, Randy Tull, and Herbert Guilliams are
ready to attend Career Day at Northwest Missouri State College.
Cynde Wilcoxson is proud of the citizenship award she
received from the DAR as outstanding senior girl.
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Winners of the conservation poster contest are John
Washburn, Randy Harker, Dewight Craig, Nick Fortner,
Brenda Groom and Domuie Pottorff.
Steven Smith, eighth grade, was awarded first
prize in the DAR-sponsored essay contest in Har-
rison County. Classmates Mike Elliott and Greg
Bowen read this good paper entitled "How My State
Acquired Its Name,"
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Laura Smith, Kellie Harker, Kathy Slaughter and Rhonda Flet-
chall are looking forward to the spring spelling "bee",
honors and awards
Terry Darnell is February's Teen-ager
of the Month.
Tana Trulllnger and Gail DeLong are chosen to represent
their FHA chapter in the Regional Choir.
Karis Richardson ls the Regional FHA president. She looks
on as Susan Lane decides to nm for FHA Regional treasurer.
Nancy Lane receives the gavel as she is named president of North
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Queen Brenda and King Roe are seated at the Throne while the attendants of Royalty stand by.
Twas the night before Christmas
Joyce Cole, Terri Darnell and Cynde Wilcoxson can't resist
the urge to peek at the beautiful packages.
Queen Brenda Bowen
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The final moment of preparation stretches into a lengthy
With everyone enjoying the dancing, music and conversation, the evening
was a great success. The Aftermath Band provides music.
Julie Heyle and David Richardson, Homecoming flower girl
and crown bearer, just minutes before that beautiful Royal
Miss Becky Bowen, '71 Homecoming Queen,
1usts the crown on the '72 Homecoming Queen. Sid
Wilcoxson, the Queen's escort, and flower girl,
8-1 record 2nd place in H.D.C. Conference
1st place in H.D.C. Conference tournament
lst place in Pattonsburg tournament
2nd place in Gilman City tournament
lst place in Regional tournament
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N -H- 3 8 Gilman City 23
N . H . 40 J ame s on 2 3 2" '
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N.H. 51 Winston 31
N-H- 48 M?1'0e1' , 25 N.H Gnman City D 31
N.H. 46 Glllllall Clty 33 N.H Mercer 20
Gilman C ity tournament N -H Cainsville 3 6
N .H i 44 pr-inceton 30 it N .H Martinsville 32
N.H. 35 Jameson 37 N-H PI'iUC9t0Y1 23
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Re gional tournament N .H Gallatin 14
N.H. Ridgeway xN.H Winston 22
N.H. 51 Jameusport 26 3kN.H Jameson 40
N.H. 39 lVI.3.I't1I1SV1.11G 24 3QtN.H Gilman City 34
N.H. 50 Gllman Clty 30 btCN.H. Cainsviue 39
'tN.H. Ridgeway 18
'kN .H Coffey 24
tN.H. 58 Jamesport 30
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Girls win most season games in
, North Harrison history - 24-2
Front row: Becky Bennett, Debbie B00th, Cheri Parman, Lutricia Smith, Jan Perkins and Paula Arkle. Back row: Rhonda
Hulttg Terri Darnell, Connie Lane, Cynde Wllcoxson, Pam Darnell, Teresa Arnold and Mr. Parman, Coach.
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N.H. 69 Gilman City
N . H . 1 0 0 Mercer
N.H. 106 Cainsville
N.H. 73 King City
t"N.H. 84 Martinsville
N .H . 6 1 Princeton
b"N.H. 97 Pattonsburg
N.H. 55 Gallatin
"'N.H. 89 Winston
tN.H. 73 Jameson
"fN.H. 72 Gilman City
'tN.H. 89 Cainsville
t"N.H. 81 Ridgeway
N.H. 96 Grant City
YN .H. 66 Coffey
'tN.H. 77 Jamesport
Boys get 4th in state and
sportsmanship award at sta te level
Best record in North Harrison history: 30 3
1st H.D.C. conference tournament
1st Gilman City Invitational tournament
lst Albany tournament
1st Gilman City B team Boys tournament
lst H.D.C. conference
lst Regional tournament
4th State tournament
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H.D.C. Conference tournament
N, H. 79 Winston
N, H. 53 Jameson
'N. H. 99 Gilman City
Gilman City tournament
N. H. 61 Jamesport
N. H. 63 Jameson
N. H. 72 Gallatin
N. H. 94 Albany
N. H. 65 Hamilton
N. H. 84 Maysville
N. H. 76 Cainsville
N. H. 107 Martinsville
N . H, 68 Jameson
N. H. '73 Jamesport
N. H. 62 Cairo
N. H. 86 New Franklin
N. H. 70 Advance
N. H. 59 Ravenwood
Gilman City B team Boys tournament
N. H, "B" 66 Gilman City "B"
N. H. "B" '75 Gallatin "B"
Front row: Danny Lisle, Randy Hamilton, Allen Gilliland, Greg Eckerson, Jim Harrold, Daryld Pottorff and Brent Elliott
Back row: Bob Stobbeg manager, Victor Parkhurstg manager, Donnie Edwards, Dana Wilcoxson, Terry Trullinger, Roe Cox,
Sid Wilcoxson, and Coach Parman.
Team members Duane Long, Everett Arnold, Gary Bird, Rod McDowell,
Earl Lockeridge, Larry Parman, Bill Heyle and Jim McKelvey, play a power-a
fully good game against the KQ-TV court Jesters on this hm-packed evening.
High School faculty and faculty wives Joyce Smith,
Nadene Parman, Yvonna Arnold, Veta Gilpatrlck,
Sonja Selby, Barbara Coulson, Marilyn Henry, Jane
Smith, and Paula Long, calling themselves the Out of
Shape Shamrocks, defeated the Element by a very nar-
We proved we'r'e not the
hamrocks, " after all.
Highschool cheerleaders Ann Mossburg, Martha Woollums and
Doris Groom scan a new cheer while Mrs. Henson, weary after a
grueling game, changes to comfortable boots. Could it be referee
Daryld Pottorff has a heckler on the far end of the court?
Shades of night! Part of the Element' s volleyball squad, Sandy
Heyle, Gladys Parkhurst, Jean Huit, Marilyn Beeks, Marilyn
Henry, Barbara Coulson and Lib Cook, seem to be a bit confused
at the moment. Just seconds later, one wobbly team member is
carried off the court in a "stretcher",
Referee Brent Elliot seems to have called an unpopular one!
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Front row: susan Young, Kimberly Eastin, Donna Craig, Kellie Harker, Kathy Slaughter, Teyoni Pottorff, and Penny Cook
Back row: Debra liuit, Carolyn Pottorif, Nancy Miller, Terry Pottorff, Carol Saling, Rhonda Fletchall, Diane Lacy, Kristy W11
coxson, and Coach Charles Cartwright. t
Shamrock girls chalk winning scores
North Harrison 29
North Harrison 22
North Harrison 26
Cainsville Invitational Tournament
North Harrison 33
North Harrison 37
North Harrison 30
H.D.C. Conference Tournament - 3rd place
Cainsville Invitational Tournament - lst place
Season record - won 13 - lost 1
Front Row: Tony Bowles, Rodney Cook, Rodney Thrailkill, Rob Darnell, Jeff Pierson, Pat Mossburg, manager, Tom Cole.
Second Row: Manager, Howard Cole, Bob Beery, Greg Bowen, Ralph Osborn, Brian Selby, a.nd Tim Wilson. Third Row: Larry
Cracraft, Ron Darnell, Jerry Wyant, Mike Elliott, Mark Smith and Coach Cartwright.
Junior high boys show team spirit
Martinsville 28 H.D.C . Tournament
Ridgeway 30 North Harrison 58 Winston
Mercer 30 North Harrison 28 Pattonsburg
Martinsville 49 Cainsville Tournament
Gilman City 51 North Harrison 27 Cainsville
Coffey 41 North Harrison 39 Ravana
Cainsville Invitational Tournament 2nd place
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Jr Hi Pep Club
Junior high cheerleaders are Frances
Pierson, Marlene Lisle, Barbara Butler,
Debbie Ballantyne, Lynn Stanley and Geneva
Junior high pep club members are Sandy Stanton, Penny Cook, Bobby Beery, Joan
Barber and Mrs. Edwards, sponsor, Kristy Wilcoxson, Cheryl Parkhurst, Becki Steven
Debbie Parkhurst, Kim Eastin, Kim Lippincott, Gaylene Alley, Cindy Andrew, Terry
Pottorff, Dixie Alley, Nancy Miller, DeAnn DeLong, Amy Edwards, Kathy Slaughter,
Donna Craig, Randy Keltner, Stanley Hopkins, Scott Smith, Vickie Thrailkill, Laura
Smith, Jana Jones, Beverly Lee, Becky Morrow, Carolyn Pottorff, Rhonda Fletchall,
Marcia Willis, Susan Young, Debbie Huit, Susette Hamilton, Diane Ballantyne, Diane
Lacy, Tommy Cole, Ronnie Smith, Pat Mossburg, Jeff Smith, Brian Selby, Jerry Stur-
devant and Rick Carnagie.
Raise a song for Alma Mater,
Let the echoes mount and ring
With our voices now united,
Alma Mater's praise we sing.
As we fight to gain the victory
In one cause we all unite,
To defend the matchless glory
Of the Shamroek's green and white
Alma Mater tho' we leave thee
Still the mem'ries linger on,
Of our happy days together
And Alma Mater's song.
Of the comradeship we treasured
As our hearts in praise unite,
To the glory past all measure
Of the Shamrock's green and white
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ketball teams, of the friendships, and of the encouragement of
Placing books in the stacks at the end of the quar- Journalism students who produced the Shamrock reflect
ter is a time-consuming task, on the helpfulness of instructors, photographers and printers
as they worked toward producing a more representative year-
with the help of the entire student body, we learned to
work together more effectively and to appreciate more fully
the value of YOUTH POWER.
Fans enjoy the teamwork of the winning SHAMROCKS.
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Exec. Vice-Pres. Helen Spence . . . . . . Asst. Treasurer
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BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
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Lamoni, Iowa Ph: 784-3493
FARME RS' CO-OP
Seed Company Bulk Products
Bulk Feeds Bulk Spreading
Bulk Fertilizer Bulk Delivery
Phone: 515 784-3931
Lamoni, Iowa 50140
EAGLEVILLE LOCKER BLTTLER'S
THE CLASS OF '72
Family Stamps Groceries
FOR GREAT PROVED SIRES
Rogf-me E. Slaughter
Genetic Engi neer MI SSGURI
7 dairy 13 beef BUILDERS
For Farm and Industry
AMERICAN BREEDERS Am D' Pmhufst
Hatfield, Missouri 64458
Phone: 867-5673 Phone: C8165 867-5295
Hardware Sz Furniture
A Salute to the G1r1 Scouts from
C bb g Sp lty
R 867 3975 B 867 3515
E gl 11 M
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RILEY'S SUNDRIES BEAUTY
AND BUS STOP SALON
T 1 ph ne: 867-3211 Hair Cutting Hair Styl g
E gleville, Missour P manents and Waving
Ch 1 Lake,Manager Ph 867-5417
C mpliments of
RILEY'S OIL COMPANY
E gleville, Missour
24 HOUR SERVICE
PHONE 867 5611
CLAUDE gl VERDA HARROLD
E gleville , Missouri
RAZOR'S EDGE HUTTON'S FINA
Complete Tire Service-Farm and Road
I would like to thank
you for your patronage this past Bob Hutton, Manager
year. Eagleville, Mo.
Harold Coulson Phone: 867-9231
large washers and dryers with
Residence phone: 867-5496
Business phone: 867-5715 Eagleville Missouri
"Small enough to know you-but large enough to serve you."
Capital Stock 50 ,000 .00
Assets Over 2,600,000
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent, Checking Account, Pass Book Savings,
Time Certificates of Deposits, Bank by Mail Service Available.
We have recently celebrated our 60th year in Banking Business
Board of Directors
T.B. White V.O. Brown
White H.R. Sheets
Member Independent Banker's Association of America Bankers Association
SMITH FEED AND
URY'S REPAIR SHOP GRAIN INC-
Portable Grinding and Mixing
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P PURINA -
s CHOWS :S
"Success to the Graduating Class"
Congratulations to the
Senior Class of 1972
Bill A. Dunfee, L. E.
Grant City, Mo.
Arch C. Dunfee, L. E.
Mount Ayr, Iowa
Blythedale , Missouri
Gas, Oil, Lube, Wrecker Service
Welding, Automatic Transmissions
Overhaul and other types of
DEWEY CARR MOTORS
B AND E GARAGE
BOGGE SS F UNE RAL
SEARS LAUNDRY MATT
Wash and Dry
Insurance, Real Estate,
Income Tax, and Notary Public
Best of luck to the 1972
THE FARMERS NATIONAL BANK
Capital 325,000.00 Surplus 550,000.00
Earl D. 'Mike' Nichols, President
Arlo Price, Cashier
GRANT CITY COMPLIMENTS
Ph: Area 816f 564-3312 and 564-3311 CITIZENS BANK
SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY QF
Managers GRANT CITY,
FRANK J. BAKER MISSQURI
DR. JACK o. PARKER
CAFE OPEN DAILY Member
8 a.m. - 9 p.m.
Grant City Missouri
Lumber, Building Materials,
Paint gl Glass
Aluminum Store Windows Sz Doors
DELBERT SHAIN- owner
Visitors Are Always
Sufelegio Jgingus Sorrfu
ROBERT W. RICHARDSON
Eagleville, Mo. 64442
Where Quality Angus Are Bred
Work by the hour or Contract
D6C and D'7E
igIg3ip2ge133R1tgStruCtureS Dorwin Grabill
. . Eagleville Mo.
T Sh '
lmber earmg Phone 867-5777
Office Furniture-Adding Machines MADISON AUTO SALVAGE
Typewriters-Office and School
MARYVILLE TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE Don't Cuss, call us
216 East Third Street HA 5-3211 Bethany, Missouri
HOYT GARAGE JIMMY PARKHURST
Walnut and Maple Timber
General repairing -- Wrecker Service
Day Phone 425-3131 867-3133
Night Phone 425-3387 Eagleville Missouri
Walnut and Maple Timber Buyer
Ridgeway, Missouri Phone: 872-6423
Compliments of SKATING RINK
DR. G. H. KROEGER Chuck and Patsy Downey
LOOK PRETTY, PLEASE
Dr. GQ E. Anderson
Andrick Motor Co.
Bethany Electric Co.
Bethany Lumber Co.
Christies Beauty Salon
The Corner Drug
Hatten Truck and Tractor
Hurst and Sons
Dr. J. E. Kadolph
Kern Town Tavern
Lowery-Miller Lumber Co
Noll and Frontier Theaters
Pierson's Radio Sz TV
J. C. Penney
S 8a F Cleaners
Thompson's Mens Wear
Z Sz P Printing
Gene M. Zinn D.V.M.
Eagle Queen Motel
Lark and Sons
Nadine's Fabric Shop
Slatten's Angus Farm
Tull's State Line Station
Young's Garage and Body Shop
Arnold and Stephenson--Sweet Lassey
Gail and June's Shop
Grant City Granite
H and W Electric
69 Souvenir Shop
Boswell Brothers Elevator
De Long Orchard
Edgerton's Food Market
Green Gate Nursery
J. Burdman Auto Parts
Ken Bowell Massey Fergenson
Lamoni Co-op Lumber and Supply Assn.
Moon Pottery Shack
Paterno Pro Hardware
Pett and Prather DX Service
Ron's Barber Shop
Silver and Roberts
Pollock Family Enterprises
Marceline, Mo., U.S.A
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