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 Barry County, MO School Photos or Other Records

 

Barry Co., MO - 1 - School Photos - Washburn - Darla Marbut and others 

Barry Co., MO - 2 - School Photos - Maple Grove & Some Rural Schools - Darla Marbut and others

Barry Co., MO - 3 - School Photos - Mano & Eastfork  - Darla Marbut and others 

Barry Co., MO - 4 - School Photos - Butterfield & Some Rural Schools  - Darla Marbut and others  

Barry Co., MO - 5 - School Photos - Eagle Rock  - Darla Marbut and others 

Barry Co., MO - 6 - School Photos - Cassville  - Darla Marbut and others  

Barry Co., MO - 7 - School Photos - Victor & Other Rural Schools  - Darla Marbut and others  
Barry Co., MO - 8 - School Photos - Munsey  - Darla Marbut and others  

Barry Co., MO - 9 - School Photos - Purdy & Some Rural Schools - Darla Marbut and others  

Barry Co., MO - 10 - School Photos - Exeter School - Darla Marbut and others  

Barry Co., MO - 11 - School Photos - Scholten, Corinth & Other Rural Schools - Darla Marbut and others  

Barry Co., MO - 12 - School Photos - Walnut Grove, Roaring River & Other Rural Schools  - Darla Marbut and others  

Barry Co., MO - 13 - School Photos - Seligman - Darla Marbut and others  

Barry Co., MO - 14 - School Photos - Some Rural Schools - Darla Marbut and others

Barry Co., MO - 15 - School Photos - Some Rural Schools - Darla Marbut and others

Barry Co., MO - 16 - School Photos - Some Rural Schools - Darla Marbut and others

 

Accident School - 1914 

Accident School was established in 1894 - 10 miles southeast of Cassville, Barry Co., MO

From left to right: Ertie Lee, Mary Sisney, Hobert Channel, Faye Holman (in front of the teacher) Lora Sisney, Cleo Holman (Faye's sister), Douglas Sisney, Ralph Lee, Marie Lee and unknown

Darla Marbut said that Faye Holman Priest later became a teacher and had both her mother and father in school.

A few news items from Accident given below:

Accident News: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Channel, a fine boy Wednesday night. April 6, 1899, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Weekly Paper, Cassville, Barry Co., MO

Accident News: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Holman, another plow boy a few days ago.  Cassville Republican, Weekly Paper, Thursday, March 21, 1901

Accident News: There was a good crowd at Aunt Sallie Holman's candy breaking Saturday night. All report a good time. Jan 2, 1908, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

Accident News: Mr. and Mrs. Ganstine returned to their home at Neosho Saturday, after a few weeks visit with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Channell. April 20, 1911, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

Accident News: Mrs. F. L. Mason and daughter returned to her home at Colony, Kan., after a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Channell.  July 13, 1911, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

 

About 1912 Gunter School Basketball Team. 

Left to Right - Monroe Whittington, Earl Price, Ernie Crane, Otis Ames, Bruce Lowe, Orville Prier, Erval Henderson, ___ Lansdown, Norman Truhitte, Willard Boyd, Walter Nickle, Henry Gillmore, Herman Lansdown, Harve Truhitte (Teacher)

From the photo files of Jerry Lowe

Truhitte was spelled both Truhite and Truhitte in the newspapers of Barry County, MO. And in at least one case there was a Truehitte listed.

Eight Graders: Nellie Hall, Mary Brown, Elma Padgett, Orva Shore, Beauchamp Shore, Black School - Harve Truhitte, teacher -  May 2, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

August 1, 1912, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO  Attended the Normal: Teachers from Barry County in attendance at the Springfield State Normal this summer - listed was Harve Truhitte. 

Teacher Employed: Mt Sinai, Harve Truhite; Cassville Republican, Thursday, Weekly Paper, April 17, 1913

Harve Truhite who is teaching school at Mt. Sinai spent Saturday and Sunday in Springfield. September 18, 1913, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO

Harve Truhite closed a successful term of school in the Mt. Sinai district Friday, Feb. 20. He and brother, Harrison, are making plans to go in the mercantile business at at the King store on Flat Creek. February 26, 1914, Thursday, Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO 

 

Seligman News: Miss Lizzie Hamilton will teach the Lone Star Public School and Miss Julia Roller the McDonald School. Cassville Republican, Thursday, Weekly Paper, May 5, 1892, Barry Co., MO - From: Missouri Historical Society Microfilm

Lone Star News: The following is a list of names making more than 90 in December examination: Cora Pendergrass, Liza Herd, Lilly Jones, Pearl Jones, Elijah Forgery, Jenna Hooker, Dema Tankersley, Rosa Hart. Cassville Republican, Barry Co., MO, Thursday, Jan 11, 1900 - From: Missouri Historical Society Microfilm

Teachers Employed of the School Year of 1913-1914  - Lone Star, Oliver Crane, employed as teacher. Cassville Republican, Thursday, Weekly Paper, April 17, 1913 - From: Missouri Historical Society Microfilm
Lone Star School, 1917 - School near Seligman

From the photo files of Donna Cooper, owner unknown

Front Row: Blanche Roller, Ida Roller, Sylvia Beaver, Myrtle Persons, Robert Stapleton, Olen Perkins, Lester Osborne, Coy Beaver, Tom Stapleton

Second Row: Julia Persons, Gladys Weiford, unknown, Thelma Osborne, Pansy Perkins, Cletus Osborne, unknown, Marshall Morris, Orion Perkins, Frank Beaver

Third Row: Aaron Morris, Noah Morris, Ocie Perkins, Flossie Weiford

Back Row: Cecil Roller, Russell Persons, Lionel Husley, teacher Dessie Roller, Homer Persons, Ellis Roller, Carrie Roller

 

  

1939 Butterfield Seniors

Photo Owner Unknown

Back Row: Neva Henbest, Ruth Shoopman, Homer Browning, Mary Boyd, Nora Boyd, Imogene Henbest

Middle Row: Joynee Parmley, Effie Nichols, Jack Parish, Lola Terry, Marguerite Gentry

Front Row: Lavern Linebarger, Glen Redell, Ruby Cowherd, and Carl W. Prier, Teacher

Research Note: Ruby was a daughter of Daniel Andrew and Adaline Lane and a descendant of Wilson and Eliza (Long) Lane. She was also a descendant of Hiram Long and his wife Annie Lakey.

Butterfield School - 1927

The cost of this building was $10,000, which included the furnishings and also the land.

 

   
   
   

 

 

We'd sure appreciate old school photos.

 

 

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