Thornburg High School - Orange and Black Yearbook (Thornburg, IA)
- Class of 1955
Page 1 of 56
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 56 of the 1955 volume:
' 1 Q, .- 1 '
.4 ' ' 'Ex 3-5 -V 1
I mr 1 3.3-1. 51. .zwip T1.-4
M1171 . 1
F-' G .1 'Z ' .
.3 4.171113-'Q-' 1
' 11, I WA- V
' 1"" LQT1', 1z"f' , 1
, 'I. " 4
- 1 Lf
. -v , 1,-
1 , , .
' 1 A "N 1 " 175-1
Y,1'2. - . . 1,1--1-VL: 21.1
1-. ,,'- ",'1
, ,, .
4 W1 ,1 1 pu.-f 1.
ka-fu 1. .1,:1b. !1.,.,i.-g1h,.l1
j1',f5a.1-i 14., '16 3.f.12.111- -f -51-
1 - 1 1-11. -.'1..f11, -1"f.1 '
I ,1-'- : ,,-1 ,1:. 114,11 -1- .
, . . V. , ,- -.
f ,SEXY -.-'1.g.1,:3,M5R M.: r 1 '. 'gqfefl
1r y ' r V '
-.11.W. . 1 'if 1
cy ,., Q -'11 -Jn.. 1.,..- , 1.
,, -+1 11- .. 1,
1 'fy - .
11:4 JH. -L-av' 1, - L 1.
" ' AIP. - ijkr -1,
1-1-1. 11, .1i --4 . '-' .." . 4-
' ' 'M 'Y 1' fx
A111 - y -
1- '- ,"4-
. 11 4 5-N, 1
! 'sfvufqfn tmp'
5, ' ' F1 'Q ,1 -1.'. .'
' , A .K Ftf' '7N-6-xi.,"iwi' Y'
1 '- --If -N 5 -L 11., 1 1,,,4...1.-.W '11 N1
if , A ' W 'V-"T . ' 1 -.Ui
r ' "ui,
1-' , 1
11 01.1, .. .
- -- 5 31511, '
1 12, ,.
.11 -1." 1,1
' '--41..1 ' 1"
4-.1-A . .
. , 14 Q-
'1f"" ,ffjuihir -1 ,L+ 5,
, '-5 ,"'ll.z . .11 f
, , gf'-,nf - - -1,1 -
1 ,. 3. - fl-: 1 mfr.
-1 :xi-1 S:N:,1"1, 'f ,P-fl-.,.'
. 1, .1,-,, ...A-1. 1. - A -3.33.1
1.. 1-.- -.11 .1 .
"Wm .1 13 1
5.1.3, 1 1 .
1.'x-."-'eTf3'H31g,L , 1.-.,,15.,.-155.
,"'-'wi'-,-.ff '1'-"iv 1 Fifsil-1 '
11411 tg:---11.1 -1.-1 1 .
-1. 11.1-,t 1.1, 1 , , ,..,
'Lu 1' ' 2 '- 1i,'.fi:.11'? 2215 5 T1
1. 1- 1-
' HL. 'Y ' ?l 2. 1 -
f1..!gvM,jw..1 Q .L1,,..
1. 11 1:1 Q
1 11 'fr
1. , 1.
. ,fig 'Uv
1... :i1-.f-f,.5-u- .1A-yall-'Z
' H - - L w- mba- -11
1- if A 1-1.1, 1.
'f I-i':1,2i3fi3"ai , "V" 21,33 1 I:-12,
5- ,L '1-. -fs--1-1 :js-1 - '
. 11 g
'--Y ' -111
-1 uv .
' Q v . 4
9 ' - n o Q 1 ,
Q 1 Q .
1 ' I 1
THORNBURG HIGH SCHOOI
This 1955 Annual is dedicated by the Senior Class
to our parents, teachers, and all who have helped
us get through school,
Photos in the Annual by Harry Fitch and Nadine Merz
LEFT TO RIGHT: Arthur Merz, Merrill s0u1fl, Earl Grove, Don Little, Wayne Calvin.
MR, ORA L, MERCER, B, S., M,A, CALVIN COFFEY, B, S
Superintendent Biology, General
World Hiltory Science, Shop, Coach
Mus, ALICIA MCCRACKEN, B, s.
VERNE ELAM, B. Mus., M, M, Ed, Shorthand EDWARD NEWMAN, B, A,
Instrumental and English, Algebra,
Vocal Music Geometry
MRS, ZELLA MORTON MRS. HARRIETTE PIERSEL MRS. ROSE PENDLETON
Seventh and Eighth Grades Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Grades Second and Third Grades
Miss Renaud started teaching
the second semester, when
Mrs, Wineglrden moved to
MRS. ANNA WINEGARDEN
Kindergarten and First Kindergarten and First
B us Driver
DORIS DAVIS and CRESSIE SHEPHERD
Today We Follow, Tomorrow We Lead
"I don't care anything for the ladies,
but they all seem to be wild about me."
Basketball. , . , ......... -,1,Z,3
Baseball ............. l.Z,3.4
American Beauty Rose
Yellow and Green
"I am the good man who is so hard
Basketball, , , ,1,2,3 4-
Baseball. . . . .1,Z,3 4
Class Play, , , . , 1,3 4
Class Officer, , , , 1,3 4
"Should you ask me, I should tell you,
Two things I admire are boys and dates,
Basketball ,,,,,,,,,,, l,Z,3,4
Band .............. 1,Z,3,4
Class,Play, , , , , 3,4
Cheerleader, , , ,3,4
"There are thoughts wise behind those
Basketball ,,,,,,,,,,,, l,Z,3,4
Glee Club, , , , , 1,3,4-
Class Play ,.,, , l,Z,3,4
Cheerleading, , , , , , 3,4
"He gets along all right with everybody
because he is not energetic enough to
stir up a row,"
Basketball ,,,,,,,,, , l,2,3,4
Baseball, , , , ,l,Z,3,4
Class plays, , , , , 3,4-
Class Officer, , , , 3,4
One bright September morning twelve years ago a group of wide eyed youngsters
walkedinto the first grade room, Mrs, VanDeventer was there to greet them for these
youngsters were the first grade, They were Dicky Adams, Keith Cameron, Larry
Campbell, jean Draegert, Vonda Lee Garrison, Norma Grimm, Alberta janecek, Deanna
Laux, Patty Moore, Verneen Ott, Fay Pfeaster, Leroy Strasser and Keith Tish,
The second year saw both gains and losses, The ones who left were Dicky Adams
Patty Moore, and Fay Pfeaster, The new members of the class were Harvey Calvin,
janet Dalezal, and Milton Debuhr.
In the third grade we had three losses and no gains, We lost janet Dalezal, Milton
Debuhr and Vonda Lee Garrison,
Next year fifteen proud students marched into a new room with Miss Eloise Geyer
as our teacher, The new members of the class were jerome Altenhofen, Fritz Augustine,
Larry Dugger, Richard Holman, Larry Hunter, Norma Lee Hunter, and Nadine Merz,
The ones to leave the class were Deanna Laux and Verneen Ott,
In the fifth grade we had no gains and one loss, Richard Holman left us, Our teacher
was Bobby Rose Edmunson,
In the sixth grade we gained one and lost two, This left our class numbering thir-
teen--,Ierome Altenhofen, Harvey Calvin, David Dawson, jean Draegert, Larry Dugger,
Glen Grimm, Norma Grimm, Gertrude Haines, Larry Hunter, Norma Lee Hunter, Alberta
janecek, Nadine Merz, and Keith Tish, Mrs, Norma Dawson was our teacher,
The next year we marched up the stairs to be greeted by Mrs, Zella Morton, our
seventh grade teacher, We had two losses this year, We lost Larry Hunter and Norma
Lee Hunter, and gained Marilyn Utt,
There were no gains or losses during our eighth grade, This left twelve of us grad-
uating in May from the eighth grade--Jerome Altenhofen, Harvey Calvin, David Dawson,
jean Draegert, Larry Dugger, Glen Grimm, Norma Grimm, Gertrude Haines, Alberta
janecek, Nadine Merz, Keith Tish, and Marilyn Utt,
In the fall, of 1950, our bright faces were seen by everyone in high school, we were
now the "Green Freshmen? Gertrude Haines left us after completing the e'ighth grade.
jean Draegert, and Alberta Janecek left us during the year, We now have only nine enter-
ing our Sophomore year, During the year we lost two, Harvey Calvin, and Marilyn Utt,
In the eleventh grade we lost two more of our class--Dave Dawson, and Glen Grimm,
We have now just five in our class,
During our Senior year we didn't gain or lose anyone, Now as we are graduating
we are five in number--two girls and three boys--Jerome Altenhofen, Larry Dugger,
Norma Grimm, Nadine Merz, and Keith Tish, Norma Grimm and Keith Tish were the
only ones in our class who spent all twelve years here at Thornburg.
The year of 1965 rolled around before we were much prepared for it, but it was
time for us to journey back to Thornburg and see what had happened to the Seniors of
1955, The town has been "booming" and we hardly recognized it when we stepped off the
Rock Island Rocket at the new modernistic depot built on the site of the old red depot,
We hailed a cab, and the cab driver told us that the town city limits have absorbed the
large farm that used to be to the west of the city and that the city extends clear to the
strip of black top that was a part of the road to Deep River, That strip of black top is
now an emergency runway for the Thornburg Municipal Airport,
We were delayed in cross town traffic for fifteen minutes but finally reached the
magnificient Hotel Thornburg, owned and operated by Jerome Altenhofen, jerome also
owns a large night club next door to the hotel, ln fact, he is known more as a "night
club boy" than a hotel owner, As we entered the hotel, none other than Jerome should
greet us, I-le seemed very glad to see us and had much to tell us about his business
ventures and night club deals, He also told us that he was planning on getting married
to the star dancer in his night club revue,
As we were standing in the lobby talking, we heard a noise that sounded like a
jet had run into a stack of trash cans, We were informed by Jerome that it is the
first of the twenty cars which are making the race from Canada to Mexico via Thornburg,
We rushed outside to see who it is, and we found none other than the "Digby Special"
with Larry "The Monk" Dugger behind the wheel, He has finished the first lap of the
race well ahead of the rest of the contestants, He told us that he has stopped playing
pro basketball with the Lakers, and is now designing and building sports cars, He also
told us that he has received many medals and placques for safe driving and is in great
demand as a speaker on safe driving for high school students, He was tired from his
drive, so he decided to retire to his room for the night,
Nothing would please Jerome, but that we visit his night club, He said he had a
special table arranged for us and so we went "night clubbing", Already seated at the
table were Keith Tish and his bride, Keith isba large landowner over beyond the Munici-
pal Airport, He and his bride had just returned from Bermuda on their honeymoon, On
the way home they stopped in Detroit and picked us his new especially made custom built
Buick, Keith has been such a good customer of the General Motors Corporation, that he
gets his Buicks for cost, As it was getting late, we decided we had better get to bed so
that we could see the rest of the Seniors the next day,
After a good night's sleep, Jerome took us to the Municipal Airport to meet the T,
W, A, flight from Oslo, Norway via the North Pole, Whom should we see step off the plane
as the head stewardess, but Norma Grimm, She told us that she has worked for T, W, A,
since graduating from Central, In her job she has met lots of interesting men and has
finally decided on one, He is a test pilot and has just completed the first trip to the moon,
She is planning on getting married in the fall, and her plans also call for " a honeymoon
on the moon", We asked her if she saw Nadine very often, and she told us whenever
she was in from a flight, for Nadine is married and lives on a large estate south of town,
We drove out to see her and she told us that after running a pre-school and taking
care of other rich people's brats, she decided to let some other poor girls have the job,
Nadine married one of the young bankers in town, and has started her two sets of twins
into pre-school for someone else to help take care of, We observed that Nadine is no
longer the hard worker that she was in high school, but she is quite adept at keeping her
servants on the move,
After refreshments at Nadine's house, we decided we should get back to the hotel
and get our luggage as we had to catch the 5:45 Rocket from Thornburg. We boarded the
train with sad hearts at leaving our old home town, but happy to know that the Seniors of
1955 were all doing so well, We hope to be able to see them all again in 1975,
The Junior Class
We, the class of 1955 of the city of Thornburg, county of Keokuk, and state of
Iowa, being of sound mind and memory do hereby make, publish, and declare this to
be our last will and testament,
I, Jerome Altenhofen, hereby will my "Model A" to Larry Walker so he can
take Carrol Soults out and my ambition to study American History to Elaine Merz,
To Margery Sigafoose I will my ability to try to play basketball and my ability to try
to play second base in baseball to Ann White. I will my Tilton girl to Mr, Newman,
so he will have someone to do his washing, My back seat in study hall, I will to
Charles who had to sit in the front seat of the junior class, My ability to drive in
ditches with the "Model A", I will to Collen, and my share in the Senior bob sled, I
will to Janice Goodnough,
I, Larry Dugger, will my ability to study to David Oliver, my ability to stay out
of trouble to Lester Clark, and my ability to drive a car to Max Vail, To Larry Walker
I will my ability to chase pretty girls, Carmen Maxwell can have my muscular body,
but my good looks go to Homer Zugg, To Charley Sigafoose, I will my ability to throw
a baseball from center field to home plate, Last but not the least, I will my' '42 Chevie
to Sidney although he doesn't need it,
I, Norma Grimm, will my ability to play first chair clarinet to Carol McKay, To
Peggy Moore, I will my freckles, if she can find room for them, My ability to make
boys mad, I will to Carrol Soults and my basketball suit number 34-, I will to Collen, I
will my ability to be a cheerleader to Helene Morton and my figure to Janice Goodnough
To Dolores Dugger, I will my long fingernails, please don't do anything drastic with
them, I will my ability to stay home every night to Margery Sigafoose,
I, Nadine Merz, will my height to Ann White, To Elaine, I will my ability to get
the car whenever I want it, tPerhaps you will do better'with me at collegel, My suit
number 11 on the girls' basketball team, I will to anyone who works hard enough to
get it, To Carmen Maxwell, I will my temper, tMake good use of it Carmen, and per-
haps it will take the place of the horse laugh you use so oftenl, To Shirley Walker, I
will my cheerleading position and my glasses to Cookie Morton to make her look more
dignified, With great pleasure, I will my ability to take every book in my desk home at
night to the new Freshmen,
I, Keith Tish, will my red hair to Mr, Newman, my ability to play basketball to
Karen Moore and my ability to play baseball to Larry Walker, lVly ability to stay away
from the girls I will to Charlie, To David Oliver, I will my ability to study and my seat
in the Senior row to Sidney, My old Buick I will to anyone who can keep gas in it, per-
haps Larry Ulin could use it, I will my ability to stay out of trouble to Cookie and last
but not least to Collen, my ability to get out anytime I want to,
The Senior class members will their dignity, their excellent grades and their
wholesome school attitude to the underclassmen, To the Faculty, we will the right to
run the school the way they want to, Sometimes they find this hard to do, but perhaps
they will have more luck in years to come,
Signed and sealed this, our graduation day in May of 1955,
"' As 'Q' 1 . '-
F f ,A
'H 5, 44 .
ff. ? "2 if?
" NPS 5
5 vm bm E
JANICE CAROL ELAINE
GOODNOUGH MCKAY MERZ
KAREN PEGGY HELENE
MOORE MOORE MORTON
IVIARGERY LARRY LARRY
SIGAFOOSE ULIN WALKER
, X4 ,E .'
DIANE MARLENE JUDY
DAVIS DUGGER GOODNOUGI-I
' ' Q., A773
f 33 'I .
s g",-'a A, , ,i',,,M txbb ,A if ff
Q 5 4 iv S
lv I df 5 '
MARLIN JERRY BOB JERRY
HODION ULIN WHITE WHITE
LINDA JON LINDA
YOAKAM DAHLSTROM EDMUNDSON
BETTY LOIS ARLO JOHN
GRIMM HUSBAND TISH WHITE
BILL C HERY L DEAN
ZUGG CLARK McKAY
Q ,. ,,k.., my ki- -.
1 ' N N , 4
1 I A
SARA KAY MAX PEARL RUSSELL
MERZ SHACKELFORD STANLEY ST
'ik : ..
'Zi Q K H ,
New ' ' I -
4 A J!!
Q x kv M
Q J . M gf.
' . L... .MSN fx w a
Qwggigiif X ww 1 Kgs
" 2f2'Wwf U y uf 5' W we
Kg mg!!-1 5 ' 4? GZ: G-sg
, . 4.7. I
11: ff? 339232 - f-G 1,,.1z.i'.
-M,m,, --,, , .
C O B LE
f, f 1
f "W 'J I
L V a I P
ij Q 1 .54 5
"2-535.533, ary W 1 J K x f
KAR ON KAY
Fifiiif ff' . s
"adm, ,f 1 ' S it
KAREN LE ANN TOMMY
LITTLE McKAY MOORE
MARLYS PATRICIA LE OMER
NIS WANDER SHAC KELFORD YOAKAM ZIMMER MAN
BRUCE SIDNEY DENNIS
HODGSON MAXWELL McKAY
fn: ,, it '
' 5' ,Q I . - 1
.N .. fgfflh if , I
J mf r
JANICE DAVID HELEN
OLIVER PEIFFER TISH
we I wwf M
6 -1. Q WJ..
i N' Va'
kr: Exk:-,1V1V' j,
I f X,
.ii 5 lx E
- I 4
EVERETT DEB BY
PHILLIPS STR ASSER
6539 i M
, N A 9
23' V S.
- ' .v I
- ,,',L ',,f!.f.1L', if
2 yn. 1
gf Huff' 1,.fi"zf
MERNA DAVID LINDA BEVERLY
NISWANDER PHILLIPS SHACKELFORD WALKER
nz ku V-
l xqzl t V I MJF? gf J .
.fkxl k k K .17 V in 1 lg
fiivff , ' I '.' - ' I
A ,. Q' .- . , ""
, Q gf. P I' I . , va.
I 1 if xr :Z Q 0. gr 42 .
L A L +5 fc" if M ' ' "
i4Q2Qhg1S3l': 5. U I is
MICHAEL BOBBY PEGGY LEE
SHEILA DENNIS LOIS MICHAEL
HAMMES HARTWIG KITZ MAN McKAY
ee e ei
o o ' M
JANE TOMMY MARHXN PAT
OLIVER OLIVER PEIFFER WHITE
Before The Seniors Were Underclassmen
KEITH NADINE. JEROME
Scenes From Classrooms
FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Helene Morton, Norma. Grimm, Judy Goodnough, Carol McKay,
Karen Moore, janice Goodnough.
MIDDLE ROW: Max Vail, Lester Clark, Ann White, Collen Pendleton, Peggy Moore, Charles
Sigafoole, Carrol Soults, Bob White.
BACK ROW: David Oliver, Dolores Dugger, Mr, Vern Elam, jerry White, Sara Kay Merz,
ABSENT: Sidney Moore,
The band competed in the Music Festival and Contest, The
band had to memorize the "Star Spangled Banner" for the Music
Festival, The brass quartet played "Nocture and April Showers"
for the Music Festival,
FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Carol McKay, Norma Grimm, Collen Pendleton, Carrol Soults,
MIDDLE ROW: Helene Morton, Judy Goodnough, Ann White, Karen Moore, Shirley Walker, Mr
BACK ROW: Margery Sigafoose, Diane Davis, Janice Ruth Goodnough, Peggy Moore, Linda
Kay Yoakam, Nadine Merz, Elaine Merz,
Girls' Sextet composed of: judy Goodnough,
Diane Davis, Nadine Merz, Cullen Pendleton,
Carrol Soults, Norma Grimmg
FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Kay Fox, Mary Oliver, Debby Strasser, LeAnn McKay, Helen
BACK ROW: Janice Oliver, Sarah Kay Merz, Beth Elam, Cherryl Clark, Kay White,
LEFT TO RIGHT: Jerome Altenhofen, Norma Grimm, Nadine Merz, Elaine Merz, Carol McKay,
Carmen Maxw ell,
FRONT ROW: Cherryl Clark, jimmy Wilson, Viola Hodgson,
MIDDLE ROW: Bill Zugg, Roger Moore, Margery Sigafoose, Beth Elam, Billy White
BACK ROW: Dean McKay, Mr, Elam
Scene from junior class play
"Where's The Fire".
Some of the activities held during
the year are a carnival put on in the
fall by the P, T, A., the junior and
Senior class plays, initiation of the
Freshmen, the Christmas operetta,
and the junior-Senior banquet held
in the spring,
FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Mrs, Don McCracken, Nadine Merz, Norma Grimm, Ann White,
Carrol Soults, Dolores Dugger, Elaine Merz and Mrs, Leo Morton,
BACK ROW: Coach Calvin Coffey, Peggy Moore, Carol McKay, Helene Morton, Janice Ruth
Goodnough, Karen Moore, Shirley Walker, Collen Pendleton,
Mrs, McCracken and Mrs, Morton are the chaperons for the girls,
There are only two Seniors on the team, They are Norma Grimm and Nadine Merz,
Thornburg averaged 53,16 per cent per game and the opponent averaged 48,5 per cenf
Girls' Basketball Scores
T ,H,S , OPP ,
6 1 4-3
65 67 llst team game,
42 30 f2nd team game,
52 4-7l lGir1s' County
59 67D Tournament,
51 svl won 4th place,
68 71 lOve1-timel
77 82 lSectiona1 Tournamentl
59 65 llst team gamel
31 29 f2nd team game,
NOR MA GRIMM
FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Carmen Maxwell, Charles Sigafoose, Homer Zugg, Keith Tish,
BACK ROW: Coach Calvin Coffey, Lester Clark, Larry Walker, Max Vail., Larry Ulin,
ABSENT: Sidney Moore,
There are only two Seniors on the team, They are Jerome Altenhofen, and Keith Tish
Thornburg averaged 51,8 per cent per game and the opponent averaged 54 per cent
Boys' Basketball Scores
QC ounty T ournam entj
fOvertim e, Sectionall
FRONT ROW: Left to Right: Carmen Maxwell, Jerome Altenhofen, Keith Tish, Larry Dugger
Homer Zugg, harles igafoose,
BACK ROW: Coach Calvin Coffey, Lester Clark, Larry Walker, Max Vail, David Oliver,
ABSENT: Sidney Moore,
T .H.S , OPP,
Gibson 1 2
Deep River 1 3
Barnes City 5 3
Kinross 4 7
Millersburg fSectiona1l 12 Z3
Malcom 17 1
Guernsey 1 1
QRained out in 7th inning,
MARILYN? 7 7 7 ?
WON"I' YOU MARRY ME 7
COULD IT BE
THE GERMANS 7
HAVING A SMALL CONNIPTION
NAME IT AND YOU
HAVE TO FEED IT.
M, , Q.
WE GOT THE PEP,
FILLING HER UP
I M233 Q I 1
, ' A A
EFL, 5,3 I .
qv , I- QW ,iw ff
N w- V 4 1 V
4 I, 1- 2 A
A il. wr-1ERE's MY HORSE?
IDON'T GET You, " 'Af'
.IL If . ht. .e' l.AH"
' I ' I You DON'T SAY,
sm: ous TE:-:TH
ll A ,Qx,
. 5 0
I , 'x '
I I M 'T-
5 f- ii
'Q ' ' ig,
1 .N 'J
a 1 1
vp jg A ' .
X , ,
.JL x 1 -
Class Of 1955
CHAMBER of COMMERCE
Dablstrom Lumber Co
Coal, Lumber, And Building Material
Wemer 81 Wemer
Gibson Phone Z on 17
What Cheer Phone 158
Deep River Phone 36
FORD MOTOR COMPANY
Ford Cars - Trucks - Tractors
Dearborn Implements, Wrecker Service
Body Work - Lubrication - Washing
What Cheer, Iowa
General M erchandise
WINEGARDEN HARDWARE HARRY TAYLOR
Purnp Parts and Service
Deep River, Iowa Deep River, Iowa
MOORM AN'S MINERAL
Leroy Edmunds on
MOORE 'S GROCERY
Shoes and Overshoes
GIBSON SAVINGS BANK
Deep River, Iowa
I ROSCOE MCCURDY
For Corn Dealing - Lime - Shelling
Remember It Will Be Time
For Ordering Potatoes Soon
GIBSON OIL COMPANY
WARDER AND LEE
Feed - Hardware
Coal - Grain
Lumber and Roofing
Francis Lee, Manager
KESW ICK LOCKER
And Deep Freeze Service
All Meats For Sale
DRESSING PLANT, INC.
If It's Greenview Dressed
It's The Best
Deep River, Iowa
A. A. ORR
RADIO AND TELEVISION
Motorola - Philco
R. C. A. - Dumont
Service All Sets
What Cheer, Iowa
Furniture and Floor Covering
Phone 45 or 191
What Cheer Iowa
FIRST STATE BANK
Of What Cheer
Automobile Loans At Low Rates
Deposits Insured Up To 310,000-O0
What Cheer, Iowa
40 Years Of Food Business
What Cheer, Iowa
KINGS SUPER MARKET
A Briardale Store
We Buy Eggs
What Cheer, Iowa
DuTEMPLE SERV ICE STATION
Champlain Oil Products
Greasing and Overhauling
Tires - Tubes - Batteries
C. L. WILHITE
Pontiac Cars - Maytag Washers
Accessories International Harvester
Freezers and Refrigerators
Phone 2 Sales and Service
What Cheer Iowa Keswick, Iowa
J. H. WAKE
Feed and Hardware
Circle Brand Feed
W estinghouse Appliances
What Cheer, Iowa
Auto Insurance, Fire, Life
Insurance For Your
UNION SAVINGS BANK 3 Stores
Keswick, Iowa South E?g1'Sh
JACK SPRAT FOOD STORE
Your Friendly Grocer
Deep River, Iowa A FRIEND
What Cheer, Iowa
B O O S T E R S
NILLES KLOTHING AND KLEANING
CLUTTER'S DRUG STORE
DALZIEL DRUG STORE
DALBEY LUMBER COMPANY
HANK ALLIE QSHELL STATION,
MIDDLETON FEED SERVICE
SIGAFOOSE WELDING SHOP
RICHARD F. CANTRELL
CARL DRAGERT, LAWYER
STANLEY FEED 8: PRODUCE
DR. H. L. MONROE, DENTIST
4: we Q :sf wr if Jr YF :sf ak
We Wish To Thank The
For Helping Make
This Book Possible
w f x
, X M
' ,, 4 4 ,J -f 5
1 as Y-
Suggestions in the Thornburg High School - Orange and Black Yearbook (Thornburg, IA) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.