The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri on May 14, 1982 · Page 34
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The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune from Chillicothe, Missouri · Page 34

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Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune^Frlday, May 14, I982 Chillicuthe, Missouri, 64CU1--Page 9C Breckenridge Continued SHERRY JOHNSTON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnston, Breckenridge, is undecided about her future plans. A member of the National Honor Society, the 18-year-old Breckenridge High school graduate was 1982 courtwarming queen and has been a class officer four years. A member of the school chorus, she' was the 1979 Breckenridge street fair (jueen and has been on the school newspaper and yearbook .staffs two years. Pep ilub president one year, she won. the Sophomore Pilgrimage.. She has . been secretary-treasurer and vice- president of her class. TOM PITTMAN, 17-year-old son of Mr. and:Mrs. Howard Pittman, Breckenridge, would like to be a farmer or welder and may attend classes at the Chillicothe R-2 Vocational- Technical school. The 1982 Breckenridge High School g r a d u a t e has t a k e n agriculture at the Vo-Tech school one year and is an FFA member. He is vice-president of the student council; wrote sports for the school newspaper and was on the yearbook staff. Tom participated in basketball and softball and was in the school chorus. TERRI GARDNER, 18-year- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude W. G a r d n e r , Breckenridge, plans to attend Missouri Western State College, St. Joseph after graduation from Breckenridge High School. Vice-president of the senior class, she is editor of the school newspaper and coeditor of the yearbook. Terri competed in softball and track and was cheerleader captain. She was a queen candidate, was in the girls' chorus and band, and has been a yearbook photographer. DEN1SE ANN OTT, whose parents are Maynard and Mryna Oil, Breckenridge, is undecided about future plans. President of the Breckenridge High school student council, Denise has been on the yearbook and newspaper staffs. She competed ip Softball and . basketball, belongs to the Letterman's club and was a cheerleader. 1 A queen of. the Breckenridge street fair, she was in Girls' chorus and a member of DECA. Denise was a 1983 courtwarming queen candidate. She is 18. GREG PROTHERO, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. John W. Prothero, Braymer would like to be an airline transportation pilot and intends to study for this career either at an airline school or in the air force. The 17-year-old Braymer. High School senior has been an S honor roll student. BILL BUTLER, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bruders, Braymer is not certain of his plans following Braymer High School graduation. The 18-year-old graduate would like to attend Northwest Missouri Stale University, Maryville. STEVE MASTEN, 18-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Masten, Braymer hopes to be an electrical engineer but is undecided about what college he will attend following graduation from Braymer High School. Braymer ERIC B. PRYOR. whose parents are Leroy and Pat Pryor, Braymer, is undecided about his plans following graduation from Braymer High School. A yearbook photographer, the 18-year-old senior was co-editor of the school yearbook his junior year and this year has been the book's editor. Your diligence and perseverance -bhave /brought you to your goal..'. congritulations! We're proud of you! K-. ':.,. congritul CARLIN DRUG 715 Webster JEFF A. RIEGEL, 18-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Riegel, Cowgill, plans to secure a Bachelor degree in accounting at William Jewell College, Liberty. Named to all-conference, all-district, all- area and the KAOL Dream team in basketball, Jeff also played baseball four years. He has been an FFA member four years. TERRI JOHNSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Johnson, Braymer, wants to be a beautician and plans to a t t e n d T e r r y ' s B e a u t y Academy at Independence. She is 18 years of age. LESTER CLINTON MCNEELY, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice McNeely, Braymer, is interested in,a career in business management and plans to attend Vvilliam Jewell College, Liberty. The 18-year- old Braymer High School senior has been; active in athletics, being named to the all-district, all-conference, all- area, and KAOL Dream teams in basketball. He also competed in football and track and is a member of the Letterman's club. He sang in the mixed chorus and attends the Christian Church. DEBORAH LOU HULL, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Hull, Braymer, is a 1982 graduating senior at Braymer High School. The 18-year-old senior has been active in FHA, band, mixed chorus, Pep club and Glee Club. OUR BEST You're a great group, grads, and we solute you. And best wishes as you go forth to new and challenging endeavors DIRECTORS: DAVID JAMES Chairmen CLITHRO ANDERSON Cashier« Vice President EDWIN C. WOLCOTT Vice-President . JOE CHERRY President BYRON LEE j.C. HERRICK LESTER NEILAN Ludlow National Bank MEMBER FD.I.C Lsl PAULA MILLER, 18-year-old daughter of Larry and Karen Miller, Purdin, plans to attend Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville, ; after graduation from Linn County R-l High School. She plans to major in Child Development. Paula has been a member of the Shelby 4-H club. JOYCE RENEE MCBEE, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Cecil: E. McBee, Braymer, wants to be a practical nurse and plans to attend .Trenton Junior College." The 18-year-old senior at Braymer High School, is a member of the. National Honor Society; member of FHA, in which she is an officer; and belonged to the Pep Club. She also competed on the track team. THE SHIRT SHOP 646-6400 705 Webster Come See Us For Deeds, Caps, Transfers. VALERIE GAIL STRAKER, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winton Straker, Cowgill, hopes for a career in business as a secretary. The 17-year-old Braymer High School senior has been a member of the National Honor Society, was barnwarming attendant her junior year; belonged to Future Homemakers and was class secretary her senior year. ARCH HASLAR, 18-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams, Cowgill, plans to attend the Chillicothe Vocational Technical school after graduating from Braymer High School. He has been an FFA member three years. All The Best Grads! You deserve it ... along with our best wishes . . . Continue the great work! JOEL VALBRACHT, Agent CBT BANK BUILDING CHILLICOTHE, MO.-646-4181 JEWELIE JEANA LYNN. 18-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl L y n n , Braymer, is attending the Chillicothe Beauty Academy to gel a head start on her post- high school education, even prior to ' graduating from Braymer High School. HATS OFF TO THE 1982 GRADS We Salute Your Achievements HOOVER OIL CO. 7It S. WnMi|flw-- M4-9S17 IICKETY-SPIIT Mft -M*-Mtl AND BEST WISHES FROM MART DRUG EVERY NITE

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