Truro Community High School - Trojan Yearbook (Truro, IA)

 - Class of 1961

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V 7- LAK 1' -33, 1 A We 5:45 FRONT ROW: David Denly, Sherry Williams, Jan Smith, Elizabeth Shutt, Larry Smith, Business Manager, Carol Dorman, Eclitorg Mrs. Dorothy jordan, Sponsor, Ellen Wenck, Doris Morris, Joyce McMichael, Ronnie Fitzgerald. MIDDLE ROW: Donna Parkhursr, Karen Neiclr, Milly Bryan, Marcia Albright, Beverly Mumm, Cathrine Phillips, Connie Critz. BACK ROW: Larry Phillips, Bill Huglin, Charles Vasey, Don Stover, Mike Porter, jerry Chipp, Dale Sheldon, Darwin Sinn, Vic Freeman. ABSENT: Connie Smith. Fzaoadlq p'D646WZ4f46... Www pa.-'wqfl M"-if--.M W4 W-:mmm 4 W F,-. Q may M 4 wywmw "WAX I PPPPPP ul We have chosen the theme "Doors of Opportunity" for The Truro Trojan '61. We offer With real sincerity this tribute of appreciation to the people of this community, Whose sacrifices and conscientious hard Work have provided us, and all the graduating classes before us, with golden "Doors of Opportunity," an education worthy of the promise of the future. We, the seniors of '61, look back upon the years We have attended Truro Community School, and we realize gratefully how much has been done for us by our parents, our fine teachers, and all the people of the community-to enrich our lives, to enable us to develop our talents, to train us for a life's Work, and to make of us good citizens. Our "Doors of Opportunity" have been the new horizons to which We have been introduced, the new levels of thought and appreciation We have experienced through our classes and through the special interests of our teachers, the opportunities We have had to participate, to com- pete, and to Work with classmates in activities and projectsg and the guid- ance and inspiration We have been given which will mold us into the leaders of the community, of the nation, of tomorrow. Yes, for us, have been opened doors of opportunity. ' 1 WWW NK H QL . 4 Q. Y. f A 4 , X," 'A ., 3 nk " ' ,Q-Q, V: - Wm -'w3'arwW'f-ww 0 iffffgwiegzf 5 W, .V ew 'EQ . W7 A we . 'HK if 121 HE? IN , xx is ,qi sw, friw , 3 S Q sb 4? , 15:f,asivMaq9Tm Wm 5 A Q". , X ,, 5., V A .., . , 6 I O To the fine people of our community . . . whose concern and foresight have opened our "Doors of Op portunity" . . . whose inter- est and loyal support have been so vital to our projects . . . and whose pride and confidence we have earnestly tried to be worthy of . . . the members of the senior class of '61 dedicate this yearbook. For special mention, we have singled out one of the graduates of Truro High School who has chosen to remain in our little com- munity, who has been for fifteen years a valued, versatile member of the "team" that performs all the less-glorious tasks that must be done to keep a school in working order. Iohn Minard--Iohnny, as most of us know him-has been Bus Driver No. 1, chief mechanic and general handyman, driver for all athletic trips and other extra-curricular activity trips, tal- ented speaker at the annual athletic banquet, and an active, forward- looking participant in school affairs for as long as any of us can remember. johnny has been generous with his time, never refusing a request, responding always with a smile. He has made a career of working for and with us, and we feel that not the least of his contributions has been the example of integrity and dedicated serv- ice he has given us. 5? - ii L S , diff? 1.-,fgwf ,. , f' .'-1. - "X .-: "1 -f",'i:f1,:1: ,, 4, F K-5,15-Y. . .V EN --Lg' "Z-w v mf: 1.-, ,:. 4" ' 6 " ,,..V:,.I., 31, .. Q vfqz. 1,gf":kff ,H va' , 1.- ', 'fif S '.',f2'1fi'J:z1'.5f fi' -' ' 3--I,-f,-,:gj5'1-4-,gen,-yi. f- ,'.fJgA,9v fwfr: ' ":.pg- Qijgf. -rg- : x-Q 5-1,-N ,,-'Q -A 1'.,,1,,,5 '3'.,,h,d5?,r-,, vw. f, -,. Js,,1,w,,,-5 ,',Vl..,. MK -,'v1-:glyfx IW, '-.,,,, ,,, . . M. ,, ,,, . .XJ HI., .,w,L'-U,-,..,, , 1 1 qu all he memories that our The best of t yearbook will hold for us will be the memories of the friends we went to ' . E ery member of the stu- school with v dent body has contributed his particular talents to make our high school one of which we are very proud. Seniors selected by our class as out- standing in our three fields of endeavor ' ' Albright and Don Stover are. Marcia in academic pursuitsg jan Smith and David Denly in vocational classesg and Carol Dorman and Larry Smith in all- around activities-athletics, music, and class projects. ' en Although this honor has been giv to these six students, each of these and many others in our class have excelled in more than one field. 7mm 'za mmf zecwafzec And our school song: We're loyal to you, Truro High, In purple and gold, Truro High. We'll back you and stand, You're the best in the land, ' ruto And we know you will win, T High. We're loyal to you, Truro High, It echoes throughout all the sky. We'll back you and stand, Youire the best in the land, And we know you will win, Truro High The class of '49 published the alumni roll including all Truro High School gradu- ates from 1917 to 1948. We continue the list, bringing the total to 581. 1949 Barbara Burns Dean Burt Bill Creger Dale DeLong Lowell Dorman Bill Green Carol Husted Wilson Kale Audrey Lee Kirk Raymond Kirk Waunita Palmer Gilbert Picken Marvin Pressly Leonard Sheldon Robert Shirley Wanda Van Buren Darwin Young Dean Young 1950 Max Armstrong Gene Carlson Larry Creger Howard Dorman Margaret Gardner Don Green John Mease Robert Mease Helen Patterson Pat Paulk Garna Rhyno Dick Roby Kenneth Sheldon Don Spellerberg Bob Stansell Loree Willey 1951 Veronica Allen Maxine Blackford Charles Clarke George Creger Dixie Dorman Ethel Jean Easter Ronald Leggett Cecil Mease Everil Minard Betty Ann Nelson Ernest Patterson Keith Shirley Darrell Smith Donald Thrapp Mary Veatch Dwight Young 1952 Ronald Fenimore Kenneth Johnson Jerrold Jordan Mary Jane Kirk Helen Lamm Rex Linsley Frances Mease Joan Roland Mease Robert Miller Loren Stoneman Alice Umsted Wayne Young 1955 Don Allen Bill Beeler Glen Blackford Nellie Jane Camp Clinton Ford Joyce Kirby Shirley Patterson Lowell Porter LaVerne Schultz Donna Watkins 1954 Betty Lou Armstrong Larry Beeler Dick Blackford Don Burt Norman Clarke Kenneth Coglizer Kay Creger Jerry Dick Niquita Ford Harold Harger Raymond Johnston Marolyn Kale Frank Kirk Wayne Kirk Gladys Lathrum Frances Lehmer Bill Lorenzen Carol Myers Leon Phillips Margaret Porter Sharon Schultz Twyla Smith Betty Lee Thrapp Ruby Vasey 1955 J. Dean Atkinson Marvin Camp Shirley Critz Phillip Clarke Ward Cushing Deanna Freeman Boyd Kale Larry Kale Irene Mease Rex Myers Clyde Neal LaVerne Porter Nelda Swan Alice Vasey Jack Weller Wyman Young Naoma Van Buren 1956 Larry Bulkeley Bob Burns Gloria Chapman Larry Gabel Herb Johnson Marjorie Lathrum Karen Lytton Dean Parker Bethene Phillips LeRoy Porter Virla Sheldon Ruth Ann Sinn Duane Woods Jo Husted Young Mary Ann Young 1957 Dale Atkinson Linda Beeler Dean Brant Arlyce Burney Sharon Camp Jim Dorman Mary Farnsworth Herbert Fitzgerald Sharon Freeman Patty Gabel Don Harger Jerry Minnick Janice Myers Janet Patterson Victor Porter Jim Rhone Eldon Schultz Harvey Stevenson Twila Terry Theo Thacker Garnet Van Buren 1958 Jeanne Bryan Joe Bryan Linda Burns Jane Umsted Chapman Kent Creger Charles Critz Larry Gene Dick Shirley Dorman Larry Fitzgerald John Jones John Jordan Janis Kirby Janice Lathrum Jean Porter Merrill Spellerberg Joan Umsted Shirley Vasey 1959 Rachel Albright Karl Denly Karilee Freeberg John Green Lester Jones Dennis Kale Larry Kirk Doug Lockart Kent McCuddin Betty Myers Don Neidt Julia Patterson Charles Peterson Joy Porter Sandra Reed Patty Rhone Nancy Schaffer Judy Smith Bonnie Stover Dick Tripp Ralph Vasey 1960 Dick Black Dixie Brant Bill Burns Sharon Mease Burns Jim Bush Verna Chiles David Cooper Rex Evison Dennis Hiatt Donna Lockart Dixie Nicholson Bill Patton Jean Petersen Ronald Sinn Clair Smith Della Stover Betty Critz Swan Carter Thacker Cathy Wright 1961 Marcia Albright Mildred Bryan Jerry Chipp Connie Critz David Denly Carol Sue Dorman Ronnie Fitzgerald Vic Freeman Bill Huglin Joyce McMichael Doris Morris Beverly Mumm Karen Neidt Donna Parkhurst Cathrine Phillips Larry Phillips Mike Porter Dale Sheldon Elizabeth Shutt Darwin Sinn Connie Smith Larry Smith Janice Smith Donald Stover Charles Vasey Ellen Wenck Sherry Williams CARRY ME BACK In the fall of 1948, thirty inquisitive children peered through the doors of learn- ing at what was to be a new and exciting experience. Miss Donola Motsinger, now Mrs. Orval Leggett, drey the blue print for the structure we would build. Ten of these 30 were the foundation of the illustrious graduating class of 1961, now composed of 27 members-the largest to be graduated from this school. These 10 were: Vic Freeman, Bill Huglin, Karen Neidt, Dale Sheldon, Elizabeth Shutt, Darwin Sinn, Charles Vasey, Carol Dorman, Larry Smith, and David Denly. As first graders, we continued to work on our building by adding the beams: Cathrine Phillips, Larry Phillips, Ronnie Fitzgerald, and Beverly Mumm. Finding Miss Motsinger needed help as our contractor, we employed Miss Lucille Weeks. In second grade, we changed contractors, employing Miss Francais Weddle. To support our growing structure, we added a brace, Janice Smith. Hereafter, we decided that every year we would change contractors to obtain more ideas on the best and firmest way to build. In third grade, we acquired Miss Delores Haltom, now Mrs. Otis Roby, who gave us many ideas on strengthening our building. At this time, our house needed a floor. jerry Chipp arrived on the scene to help us lay it. Miss Marilyn Camp and Miss Betty Cumings, now Mrs. Bill Green, helped us further our progress in the fourth grade. Connie Critz and Milly Bryan came to help us add the walls. In fifth grade, Mrs. Delores Roby had the pleasure of driving the nails of know- ledge into our project again. To secure warmth and gaiety in our building, Doris Morris arrived and provided the insulation. In sixth grade, under the direction of Miss Cumings, the rafters-Joyce McMichael, Marcia Albright, and Mike Porter were added. In seventh grade, with the help of Mrs. Lola Porter, we raised the roof and found Sherry Williams sitting on it. During our eighth grade year, guided by Mr. Wayne Breeding, and with the help of Don Stover, we completed the ground floor of our ever-growing storehouse of know- ledge. By adding the stairway, we ascended into higher learning. As freshmen in high school, with the help of Connie Smith and Ellen Wenck, we installed windows in our building to help us see the many new things that were opening to us. In our second and third years of high school, we inspected our structure and came to the conclusion that it would be improved by adding a few of the finer things to the interior. We proceeded to do this by viewing outstanding movies, and presenting a play, "Bolts and Nuts," and a banquet and prom, "An Evening Beneath the Sea". During our last year of working on our building here in Truro, Donna Parkhurst joined us. After adding a few more finishing touches and a play, "Rest Assured," we completed our storehouse of knowledge, for the present, by adding a door. In the near future, we will take the golden key to opportunity, and we will go our separate ways to something new and exciting, treasuring always many warm and wonderful memories. Those who assisted us, for a short while, in the work we did were: Judy james Larry Hackett Larry Neal jo Ann Huffman Reva Camp jimmy Steinback Larry Tripp Verna Langham Judy Cook Richard Heinen jerry Halterman Kay Anderson Mary jo Bruett Kathy Pauley Richard Stuart Marvin Marr Veronica Roan Roberta Baker Bernard Baker Larry Munyon Merril Glazebrook Myrtie Church Donald Banker Ronald Cornelison Mark Brown john Fulkerson Jimmy Schrack Marian Keeney Elaine Charter Patty Halterman LaVerne Beighler james Stevenson Delores Cleland Leverne Steffes Herb Chiles Sharon Goering Kenneth Harrier John Baliff jo Anne Cox Tracy Douglas r,, M, 1 if! f. .Fi v N f vu 'ff ,JI , Y wil M. ,Wg I' Y 1 ,: ,,,, ,Q .gg-Z fl, , , x V A. f Q-gym 7.10 ' ff? ad 11. 1 'fc iw , m m, ,, ' LA, w w MW' v- i ,r . , Aim !,,,.,,,,N, .,, ,V 1'-...W 5 A' ,1 2? rf M1 ' r ' 'xt 1 im, W 2, Y .1 E A lm Mx fhg' ,4,, was W 4 1 N v-.1 f KP . 7: 231, -fam!! N. 'wif' ,V P 1 . N , H- fa Q M5552 I , W , g F, fv' It ,Vjf gi1r"'3' F, ,,,, N.. V 'E 'Nk'Pgj-sam. 1 ig, .eff qs. , .,, f J , W, L 1 'f' 'A 5 wg 4 Z H r I , , r A , ,WJ ' ' ' ' f , rr, ga :Q V , L ' :ii " 3 4 ' 53 11M 5 X " . 1 - ,S Z f M l 9 Q ' 'ix ' ' w Y , 1 in 5 1 e, A sw.. X H :WN f -V "-A W Av nf- 311 ,, , ,I 'Qi 'i 1 'W - i 57 'Sw .ff . .8 s 1 4 , v i 'Am ,i-?' gd' M63 'Rs 'X T66 BOARD OF EDUCATION Lewis Mease, Treasurerg Carl Beeler, Donald Smith, Presidentg Herman Dorman, C. Fitzgerald, and Richard Fenimore, Secretary Absent, Hal Sweeney SUPERINTENDENT Mr. Reed P. Jordan has been our Superin- tendent for eleven years. He has taught Social Studies, Mathematics, and Science courses. Mr. Jordan is now devoting his time to supervision and counseling. It is through these facets that Mr. Jordan has opened the doors of opportunity for us, both in subject matter and in a better un- derstanding of ourselves. SCHOOL CLERK Mrs. Thelma Armstrong has held the position as clerk in Mr. Jordan's office since 1958. Mrs. Armstrong is also the bookkeeper for the school lunch program. Marj Creger Jeanne Minard COOKS One of our cooks, Mrs. Grace Durfey, has been with us since our hot lunch program started. Mrs. Marj Creger joined us in 1947, Mrs. Freda Burns in 1957, and Mrs. Jeanne Minard in 1959. Mr. Orval Leggett, our able custodian, has been with us ten years. We owe our thanks to him for keeping our school clean, neat, and comfortable. John Minard Ralph Jones William Zimmerman Grace Durfey Don Kennedy Kent McCuddin Ross Woods Clyde Muselman Freda Burns -G .pf ,WF W ml ,, ,, W 'K' ' faculty A 1 msf ag 5 5 Q 3 ' 4 0 4 . Jr x 9 X gym .4 .J 4 gzexff U, FP Q if 7464!74l606lfZ7 Mr. Scherf has pushed hard for four years to open for us new doors of interest in conservation, medicine, and atomic energy. "I promised last year's class Pd never tell this joke again, but -" Mr. Breeding has shown us the way through the door to new enjoyment and accomplishment in speech and literature. MR. EARL SCHERF Science "Wait you just listen to me for a little while?" Mrs. Wittmer has suc- . ceeded in leading the younger students through a door to the enjoyment of music. "Please sing the right note." Mrs. Jordan has opened the door to success in the busi- ness World and in college for many of us by developing our office skills. MRS. NELLE WITTMER Grade Music "Back to the office." MR. WAYNE BREEDING English MRS. DOROTHY JORDAN Business Education MRS. RUTH IVERSON Homemaking and Art Mrs. Iverson has opened the door for many of us to prac- tical home economics and useful crafts. "This if Clan." Mr. Alcorn has suc- cessfully opened a new door to the ever- growing field of me- chanics for many of his shop students. "lm't that 4 dandyf' Mr. Messer has turned the knob to higher achievement as he opened a new door for us in social economics and advanced mathe- matics. "I don? believe it." Mr. Johnson has led us through doors to greater physical fit- ness, better sports- manship, and he has stimulated our i nterest MR. DARRELL MESSER in current events and Mathematics social problems. "0.K., now, I"ue had enough of this non- revue." Dano MW MR. DENNIS ALCORN Shop and Drivers Education MR. KENNETH JOHNSON Social Studies Physical Education 2 ' 3 X1 i ,. wi' .,.. I 5' , gil, is X -v ,,,, Q W ,K 1 graduates kg: , ' ,. , - :Qi-A, - A, -Q: , , H 8 M , Q2 4. .., ,,,, aww. I mi V I v A w 2 Y X 3 X 1 J n ,J --, g rd, 2 Q f , b , Y ' QF it Q ,KV , .V - . ' .. 5 3 -1 1 ' K Z K, Q ' , W E22 ' - ,' , Q fi 'W 1 , 5 , ' Q , ,ff 'Y 1 Y W M AME? ii M ' 'few ww ff' X x Six L1 1 , F I .Af 'Aw T A J! ' W M, A-, , ggi Q M , N f'f""Q'v? , 'W H v Q ' I J ,r s 4- Vi, :ii J xx 4 'E , 5' V ' --wa-Li, ' . 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VICTOR BRUCE FREEMAN "Dreamin " Basketball Baseball I 2 Track 1 2 3 4 3 Boys Chorus A cappella Class Play Flash 34 Band 1234 34 4 1234 34 Annual SHERRY LOU WILLIAMS "Take Me Out to the Ball Gameu Basketball Softball Girls Chorus A cappella Vice-President Treasurer Class Play Declarnarory Flash Annual 1234 1234 1 1 34 2 3 12 4 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Baseball 1 2 3 4 Track 1 2 3 4 Treasurer 4 Class Play 3 4 Annual 4 King of Hearts 4 RONALD LEROY FITZGERALD "Don't Blame It on Me" Basketball 1 Basketball Manager 4 Baseball 1 2 4 Track Manager 4 Boys Chorus 2 Band 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Annual 4 CONN IE MAE CRITZ "Conversation" Softball 1 Cheerleader 3 4 Girls Chorus 1 2 3 4 A cappella 1 2 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Flash 4 Annual 4 JANICE ELAINE SMITH "The Best of Everything" Basketball 1 2 3 4 Softball 1 2 3 4 Girls Chorus 1 2 3 4 A cappella 1 2 3 4 Secretary 2 4 Class Play 3 4 Flash 3 4 Annual 4 MICHAEL DAVID PORTER "Home on the Range" Baseball 1 2 3 Track 1 2 3 4 A cappella 2 Band 1 2 3 Class Play 3 4 Annual 4 LARRY MARVIN PHILLIPS "Little Boy Lost" Basketball 2 3 Basketball Manager 1 Baseball 1 2 3 Track 1 2 Band 1 2 Class Play Annual 34 34 CAROL SUE DORMAN "Starry Eyed" Basketball 1 2 3 4 Softball I 2 3 4 Girls Chorus 1 2 3 4 A cappella 1 2 3 4 Small Music Group 1 4 Secretary 3 Class Play 3 4 Flash 4 Annual Editor 4 LARRY DON SMITH "Music, Music, Music" Basketball 1 Baseball 1 Track 1 Boys Chorus A capella 1 Band 1 Class Play Small Music Group Class President Flash Annual Bus. 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Suu: me Pegs t, Valedjcroda .-521095 H Gi,-15' Chorus me C1355 of 1965 Curtis Albright, Salutatorian 'We Sing Thy Praise" Mrs. Iris Ham, Teacher Mrs. Lorraine Dick FRONT ROW: Linda Magg, Mary Rockey, Anna Mae Hart, Sandra Jones, Priscilla Spencer, Bonnie Vasey, Donna Brant. MIDDLE ROW: Joyce Bailus, Shirley McMichael, Juanita Albright, Bonnie Goodman, Sonia Neidt, Gwendolyn Lehmer, Mrs. Dick. BACK ROW: Marvin Edwards, Dennis Bowlin, Jimmy Chiles, Freddie Parker, James Woollums, Roger Kennedy, Jim Camp. sw f fgmzawtf' :I , liflf ff . Vh.: 5, ., .N ,- .. .l"'.1 -xiii l. :w,2Z.f' .J ."' V55--'f fn, " - s2i5'9fYo'glyQt5. 1 . an . 5' few si' 1: f . H Mrs. Betty Williams FRONT ROW: Mary Vasey, Vicki Crow, Carla Beeler, Mary Kerns, Dixie Chipp, Karen Magg, Linda Porter. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Williams, Freddie Ricketts, Danny Gracey, Alora Stevens, Barbara Brant, Madelyn Wenck, Vic Fenimore, Gordon Kennedy, Joe Brad- dock. BACK ROW: Richie Strawn, Donnie Cooper, john Riebhoff, Billy Dutton, Donald Simmerman, Gary Lytton. Mrs. Mary Kirby FRONT ROW: Sandra Bush, Marcia Hart, Susan Ward, Marsha Camp, Teresa Wright. MIDDLE ROW: Richard Parker, Linda Isenberger, Connie Evison, Linda Lehmer, Nan- ette Stephens, Cathy Parker, Harold Wright. BACK ROW: Ronnie Millsap, Gary Snyder, Dwight Whitlatch, Johnnie Woollums, Joe Smith, Gary Smith, Bobby Simmerman, john Felton, Mrs. Kirby. ABSENT: Tommy Myers, Sandra Porter. Mrs. Dorothy Borthwick FRONT ROW: Diane Ricketts, Nancy Edwards, Karmen Kale, Alberta Lehmer, Becky Sweeney, Debby Miller, Dedra Gracey. MIDDLE ROW: Mickey Dick, Larry S1mmOI1S, Patty Felton, Phyllis Kennedy, Janice Hayes, Rita Smith, Gene Young, Elverett Hayes, Mrs. Borthwick. BACK ROW: Stephen Porter, Ray Don Willis, Danny Goering, Lanny Wenck, Richard McMichael, Dennis White, Robert Lytton, Jerry Braddock, Buddy Brant. Mzfljis iw 2 1' fsfpsawf 'M Liam 'Mal 52,3 sw fgetfi' K + v 9 tal? f vfrw 1' at W i . r, ,Z . kvy., ,Em is i ' asa' C WF as l ain, -..wmi,f,, ft. ,M H "eifftzfwe? " ,a n 'xa!iss" f:11wziw 1: is X Mfg Mrs. Ethel Picken FRONT ROW: Gailen Hart, Karen Kennedy, Karen Young, Jan jordan, Carol Felton, Dinah Gillaspy, Vincent Youmans. MIDDLE ROW: Lyle Hart, Gail Snyder, Randy Stev- ens, Sandra Magg, Marcia Rockey, Ginny Stevens, Kathy Fenimore, Gene Braddock, Jerry Chiles. BACK ROW: Mrs. Picken, Douglas Alexander, Timmy Strawn, Darrell Spencer, Mark Schamerhorn, Steven Garner, Randal johnson, Mike Dutton. ABSENT: Beverly Bailus. aaa, fi- 3, rw. ,Eiga , we : C'-: Y "fi S --2 :sm-ff Mrs. Bessie Furrer FRONT ROW: Michael Mease, Mary Brant, jack Isenberger, Carol Hart, Susan Kirby, Tommy Wilkinson. MIDDLE ROW: Roy Lehmer, Marla Stevens, Carole Lathrum Shirley Magg, Nina Lynn Neidt, Cindy Parker, Randy Spencer. BACK ROW: Jimmy Ward, Danny Miller, Billy Parder, Ronnie Smith, Ricky Cline, David Nelson, Rodney Beeler, Mrs. Furrer. ABSENT: Terri Clouse, Susan Parkhurst. aifiii. M I . 4-new f . 1-14.22 . 4 lf. V - v,,'. ' Jill ' ' , .:., ma -. . 1.w,,.:n-a, ' .. ,,, , . , kin., ,., nl f ..aw.- NW- '.lEk?!??ff,!3jil'V K " xftfc,.1 1-V' if ss Mrs. Monty Alcorn FRONT ROW: Roy Young, Lou Ann Willis, Diane Crow, Pam Alexander, Terri Ricketts, Carol Brant, Stevie Felton. MIDDLE ROW: Jeanette Woollums, Bonnie Kennedy, Jo Ella Willis, Sharon Rich, Rhonda Hayes, Lisa Crow, Cindy Brown, Denise Alcorn. BACK ROW: Mrs. Alcorn, Donnie Sirnmerman, Rob Porter, Mike Garner, Chipper Gillaspy, Keith Kale, Bruce Simmons, Kurt johnson, Skippie Rhone. 5 Mrs. Maxine Bruert FRONT ROW: Larry Baughman, Sharon Youmans, Debbie Crow, Peggy Garner, Billy Isenberger. MIDDLE ROW: Julie Sweeney, Carol Braddock, Grace Spencer, Jane Mc- Cuddin, Linda Brown, Joni Stevens. BACK ROW: Mrs. Bruett, David Felton, Dennis Beel- er, Jimmy Parker, Greg Snyder, Mark Miller, Ricky Fenimore, Gary Magg, Randy Mann, Rod Stevens. ABSENT: Vicky Collins, Billy Kerns. gi5Hihk!EiEwUW e ,1 . 5'-72' 2 M s H sw " Q Mg? 1' 1 .4.7 I, , A f fm , -I 1- ,MW 1:2 -f-.. fwf' " f K A.-mx, . V- -uf. . ,-M 'ff "ig H- fiiju L f f 1- W1 ,A-" . 1' -Qi ,g ig Ag., X aw Q9 V2 - , W: E ...J 15 I . . ,T-Q x Q- Mp.- Y .,.., 'T 'Y ' 1 ' f.-.Q ' f A Jig, . w-Jn. ,Hug-,H Q, V V 4 i rr- fee, f: N-.M va f af- wg. 3-:iff 3 5 ,, 9- -. 'i u, x N W ,fm 2 1. 4-,, me If Q ,www N Q P 1 T, l t 4 Gone Hillbilly! Q ' 1 sf 1, lx ,,,, fl , , K 'YK1- aw-rf g, A. , H-.K :limi 5 S ' iff! l l J f 1 'H' V, I f ' When's the next bus? g Sv 6' ' 1 1 l fn . wgl,-Q. 3 , 'SG 3 , ll.l in 'Y q N M 'Y ' " Eff P' 4 - "'l i f M M ..,, f2 AX.hb '- w e. V Q , :mm . gf' ' g,,i-in dw: 1 .. 5' f . , 1 L Mfg? I Dare You! . aywwwnaf:.zvz':zsw ww' ffm ' f 2, 7 0 g O 9 , , K ' mi :- 525' : a f f ix - I V -' ?fff"!'.,-13" lm DW f..-QV' , - , fm nf' G - A 33,595 'f 4fT'u 7. : 'M!:?f1 , L AM-as " Q' My ,g , ,A x, 1 ' - vfiil -be , 1 Sponsored by . Ei 'W 4353 N ' 1 ,dz 1 8 X. 1 if , Q i f 21 N' I 1 . fr' 3, sa-.3 l .FJ J., . nl' ,-1 , Who says we re inferior? s x , get 5 mi, ,A l. . xxlzq I, Rear-View Chatterers! H - if J?" s Cheer up, kids! This is a switch! May I have this dance? ,g -K E H 5' y -,s, , ,s,, y xssi 'Q .. mmq f A0 ,Qikf i ,w W llell me another one! i lwgfymwl 3135 sg' W i ' 1 K WE if A F A " Cv? assays , 5 Hi, 31- ,i m ' " Anytime! l I I tw f .Q X X . 4 in . ,..., I f 5 ,rf 1 Q. tes., .i.,g,3D 'V fm 1. 4 fe. 640604 THE NUTT FAMILY April 8, 9, 1960 AVAA Mr. Wayne Breeding, Director 57 fl am? . . .ii 3 5' sew w NNW 9 1.6 2' ? .W.,-,.- - fs ES . ' hf l i ' M 'f ,,f:f?:.3aSsf" fs. ',s:. , ' Don Stover Jean Smith Judith Clarke Johnna Freeberg Ronald Goodman Betty Mathews Rex Schaffer Diann Cooper Virginia Lehmer John Garmon Loretta Maki Frances Lockart Juanita MCVey Orestus Bea Wise Sylvia Gaylord Cerise Larry Smart Mrs. Meta Nutt Mr. Phineas Nutt Ima Nutr Lila Wall Nutt Vivian Tepper Charlotte Neal Helene Shelton Don Stover Linda Porter Devona Stevens Virginia Porter Ronald Goodman Betty Mathews Rex Schaffer Judith Parker Virginia Lehmer john Garmon Sharon Gberender Deanna Woolery Delores Peterson Our play was double cast in some parts. It took place at Crestdale, a large summer home near an Eastern mountain resort, formerly occupied by Dr. See, Who used it as a sanitarium for people who suffered from nervous ailments. I-Ie closed the place up and sold it, and it was idle for a year when Miss Helene Shelton bought it and moved in. Miss Shelton became restless and decided to go to Europeg so she placed the house in the hands of a real estate agent, Miss Bea Wise, left a colored caretaker in charge, then ran into a family who told her they were in the market to buy a house. She offered to allow them to live at Crestdale for one week free of charge so that they could judge its merits. And who do you think moved in? You're right the first time -none other than The Nutt Family! P. Nutt, head of the family, was a doctor who was tired of practicing medicine and wanted to roam. Meta Nutt, his wife, raised a pet snake. Wall Nutt, their son, was fascinated by fish and experimented with themg and last, but not least, there was Ima Nutt, their charming daughter. No sooner were the Nutts ensconced at Crestdale than several of Dr. See's former patients arrived, and the battle began Production Staff: Janet Vasey, Jim Jones, and Eugene Harger ov C 0 O fl O0 ll IO I C O ,,o Q : 41 it - s -' . "o . ,a'. . 0 'Q' O 0 Q Q.. a Belles from Natchez "To The Highest Bidder" "Massa from Manassas" Friday, May Sth, the junior class of Truro Community School and their sponsors, Mrs. Ruth Iverson and Mr. Earl Scherf, entertained the seniors and high school faculty mem- bers at a banquet and prom in the school gymnasium. The theme of the "Old South" was carried out with a Southern garden, a porch of a Southern Plantation mansion, and even Negroes' quarters. The banquet was prepared by the mothers of the junior class members. Members of the sophomore class, Sherry Stevens, Bonnie Smith, Linda Bulkeley, Elizabeth Phillips, Sandra Schamerhorn, DeVon Woods, Larry Whit- latch, Gary Phillips, jerry Clarke, and Gerald Goering, dressed as Negro servants, served the meal. Mr. Loren Kale provided organ music throughout the dinner hour. BILL GREEK "Your Friendly Statio Magnolia Blossoms "Sunny Lady" TRURO, Iowa, l l "Southern Lass" "Colonel Paducah Duke" "A Tallahassee Lassie" "Southern Bellesn FPWM . A program followed the banquet. Frances Lockart was Mistress of 'Ceremonies, Betty Ann Mathews, junior president, responded. Mr. Reed jordan, Superintendent, spoke of "Changing With The Times." Musical numbers included a vocal solo by Juanita McVey, accompanied by Jeffrey Pattersong a vocal quartet composed of johnna Free- berg, Loretta Maki, Linda Porter, and DeVona Stevens, accompanied by Mrs. Nelle Wittmerg and a selection by Judith Clarke, Jean Smith, Virginia Lehmer, and janet Vasey, with Janet playing a guitar accompaniment. Norman Kennedy and his band played for the prom. 66" STATION "The Lily Pool' md Tank Service Man" Phone 59 "The Arkansas Traveler" "The Dixie Aires y "A Mississippi Missie" -Ee ii' -- Forty tired but excited people left Trurc at 4:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 20, for Nev York and Washington D.C. We then boatdet a Greyhound chartered bus in Des Moines. W. arrived in Philadelphia about 12:50 a.m. Sun day, and had a two-hour running tour of tha city, seeing Liberty Hall, the Liberty Bell, ant other historic sights. We arrived at our New York hotel abou 4:50 p.m. After a two-hour rest period wi ate supper, then walked down Broadway seein, all the lights and signs Broadway is famous for We went down to the subway and rode ou to Greenwich Village. The subway is truly an unforgettable experience we all rushed on to avoid being caught in the doors, grabbed for some thing to hang on to and it started with a jolt. The train went swayin3 down- the track at a rapid rate of speed and when our street came we al rushed out for fear of the doors again. We walked around Greenwicl Village watching some of the artists at work and seeing the people tha it is famous for. Monday we had an all-day guided tour of New York City. Some o the high points of the tour were a visit to the Statue of Liberty, Chini Town, the U.N., NBC, and that evening we saw the T.V. show "Con centrationug also, the Cathedral of St. john the Divine. On Tuesday we went on a boat tour around Manhattan Island. O1 this trip we saw the Queen Elizabeth, Yankee Stadium, Hall of Fame and all the famous bridges. We then visited the Empire State Building and went to the top. Th rest of the afternoon was spent in shopping and that evening we attendet a fabulous show in Rockefeller Center at the Radio City Music Hall. W left New York at 11:00 p.m. for Washington and arrived there abou 5:00 a.m. NATURAL GAS PIPELINE CO. OF AMERICA Truro, Iowa At eight o'clock we st. ed our tour for the ay by visiting the jefferson and Lincoln me- orials and the Washington monument. From hese we went on a tour of the White House, seeing some of the famous rooms we've heard lso much about. The National Art Gallery was our next stop. There were paintings by such famous people as Dali, Rembrandt, and many others. In the afternoon we visited the Capitol and attended the House and the Senate. Neal Smith, our Congressman, was there to greet us. We also saw a few of the more famous Senators such as Goldwater and Morris. Our last stop that day was the Smithsonian Institution. Here, lwe saw the famous Hope Diamond. The following day we drove into Virginia and visited Mount Vernon. We spent the whole morning here for everything was so beautiful and uthentic. The gardens were in full bloom and very lovely. After lunch e went to Arlington Cemetery which is truly something to see. There ere over 10,000 graves in long rows. Lee's mansion is also located ere and we toured it. At two o'clock we saw the famed changing of he guard. This is something that will stay with us for some time. Later n the afternoon we visited the Russian Embassy, which we found quite nteresting but not very informative. I guess the Russians are trying to eep everything to themselves. At eight o'clock May 26 we started our long journey back to Iowa. e came back through Maryland and Delaware and the mountains were ndeed in all their splendor. We finally arrived home at 11:15 a.m. May 7. We were forty tired people, but we had traveled through eleven rates and seen many wonderful things. We had memories that would tay with us forever. KALE FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service Truro-New Virginia D1lsr 2swvmevcv1efewstaMXrWizi2et:'ai2sssztxuQ Junior Escorts Marcia AlbrightValedictorian Mr' Don Smifhgpfesidem Of the B03 Carol Dorman-Saluatorian Presentation of Diplomas COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES Friday, May 19, 1961 8:00 P.M. nv'-,11'.,4'!V1l' M! H , 6 lf -- Carol Dorman-Girls, Athletic Award Dale Sheld0n'BOYS, Afhlefic Awar Class Motto: We Strive To Make The Best Better Class Colors: V V Red and Silver Class Flower: Carnation 'fpomp and Circumstancev Joyce McMichael-Citizenship Awa Mr. Wayne Breeding Carol Dorman Rev. A261 Smith Presentation of Class Salutatory Address NI-ife is Made V0 W0fk,, SENIOR CLASS WILL We, the last Senior Class to graduate from Truro Community School, declare this our last will and testament. To the Board of Education we leave the money we have left to hire the teachers for the coming year. To the Faculty we leave all our brains. They need some. To the Juniors we leave the ability to get along with one another and our seats in study hall. To the Sopomores we leave our ability to skip school, throw paper wads, and to give the teachers a rough time. To the Freshmen we leave our good conduct-mainly to behave in study hall and to get along with the teachers. Individually, we leave the following: I, Sherry Williams, will my ability to play softball to Judy Langdale and Deanna Woolery and my ability to chase boys to all girls. I, Cathrine Phillips, will my ability to stick to one boy to DeVona Stevens and my ability to keep my hair its natural color to Sherry Stevens. I, Joyce McMichael, will my technique to get a diamond to Janet Vasey and my temper to Judie Parker. I, Ronnie Fitzgerald, will my ability to get in fights and to get picked up to Juanita McVey. I, Connie Critz, will my cheerleading position and my loud voice to Sharon Oberender. I, Larry Smith, will my wonderful singing voice to Donna Kennedy and my ability to argue with teachers Cwhich I'm pretty good atb to Loretta Maki. I, Beverly Mumm, will my ability to keep quiet to Betty Mathews and my blonde hair to Jean Smith. I, Jerry Chipp, will my good car to all the juniors and also my ability to smoke to Linda Porter. I, Carol Dorman, will my speedy busy attitude to Jim Jones and the ability to get along with Mrs. Jordan to everybody. CThey'll all need it.D I, David Denly, will my convertible to Roger McCuddin ar1d the ability to go steady with three girls in one year to Gary Phillips. I, Marcia Albright, will my scholastic ability to anyone who needs it and my romantic gestures to Ronnie Goodman. I, Vic Freeman, will my ability to run to Janet Mease and to anyone who is being chased. I, Doris Morris, will my bookkeeping grades and Mrs. Jordan to anyone who will take them. CSorry, Doris, you'll have to keep them.D I, Don Stover, will my aches, pains, and problems to Mr. Lundby. Good Luck! I, Karen Neidt, will my musical ability to Rick Williams and my muscular physique to DeVon Woods. I, Larry Phillips, will my hot rod and the ability to drive to Georgia Zittraur and Virginia Lehmer. I, Donna Parkhurst, will my quiet ways to my sister, Dianna. I, Dale Sheldon, will my shyness to Eugene Harger and Frances Lockart. I, Milly Bryan, cannot will anything. I need everything I've got. I, Darwin Sinn, will my athletic ability to Johnna Freeberg. I, Connie Smith, will my ability to pop gum in Mrs. Jordan's ear to Virginia Porter and John Garmon. I, Mike Porter will my ability to haul girls around to all boys. I, Ellen Wenck, will my sweet smile to Delores Peterson. I, Charles Vasey, will my track ability to Judith Clarke and Diane Cooper. I, Elizabeth Shutt, will my naturally curly hair to Roxalee Muselman. I, Bill Huglin, will my laziness, my girl troubles, my farm, my car, my bank roll, my job, and the ability to sneak out to get a smoke all to Mr. Scherf. I, Jan Smith, will my ambition to Rex Schaffer and my clothes to Mrs. Jordan. I, Wayne Breeding, will my matrimonial counseling to Mrs. Jordan and my slap- happy attitude to Mr. Lundby. SENIOR PLAY Mr. Morlock's a fidgety, nervous, grouchy old goat who doesn't like anything but money, won't let his family do anythingg always gripes about his pains and aches, feuds with everyone, and he won't let daughter Mary, 20, become engaged to joe Lanconi because Joe's papa is poor. In short, he's a drip of the worst sort. Mr. Morlock, who's known as P.U. to his friends Cthat stands for Philip Ulyssesj, says if Mary weds up with joe, it'll be over his dead body. Luigi says if they don't, it'l1 be over his. So round and round they go. Luigi's always had a bad heart and well, the poor boy just can't take it. The feud appears over. All is lost. Hold the phone! Luigi gets per mission to come back and haunt Mr. Morlock, and to continue haunting Mr. Morlock ...,................ Mrs. Morlock ..... Mary ................ jessica .......... Mildred ........ joe Lanconi ....... Luigi Lanconi ..... Martha ............ Lucifer ............ Miss Akers ..... George Plew ....,. Mrs, Schmaltz ....,., Dr. Brown ........, Mr. Black ........ Jake ................ Mrs. Frinck ..,.,................. Vic Freeman REST ASSURED him until he gives permission for the wedding. Needless to say, Mr. Morl0lk's frantic. CLuigi's visible only to Morlock . . . and the audience, of course.J Poor Mr. Morlock. He can't eatg can't sleep. In his despair, he acci dentally takes too many sleeping pills. Then it happens. ? ? ?So does this end it all? Far from it, because Mr. Morlock won't leave until things are settled to his satisfaction, and Luigi says he can't rest in peace until Mary and Joe are married. So "round they go again." After a bad night, including a bad dream, on the sofa, a very reform ed Mr. Morlock makes vast promises, okays the wedding, and peace finally reins at the Morlocks'. Carol Dorman Janice Smith Karen Neidt Milly Bryan Donna Parkhurst Ronnie Fitzgerald Don Stover Beverly Mumm Elizabeth Shutt Larry Smith Marcia Albright Joyce McMichael Bill Huglin Doris Morris jerry Chipp Darwin Sinn Dale Sheldon Larry Phillips Catherine Phillips Connie Critz ef., -524 iwyas J! A -, . it ,..,.er.r,f,-,'ff,ziff1:',,' i 13.119ZZ.:.-:23'gig5,2:a,5gg.g:L,?ga:2-, f ' 'i 'Ias,fHlIfSi:g7w,, lyfgifs, V- wg.: ':,Z':Qf75,-' jrj , .ww ,sf - M, ' L , ,.,.n-f a.a':.'1l5.',,- M,-.,,f1f,f.. , .4 ' 3 .ft-Q-f ,,.. wigfwt. .., f-Keane ,3,,.. 7 . : " Til -, Mg - Tn-151 P w.'i :3Zi.4'- 5E'afi ' ..",J'f' -f M 1?-fl" f2?1Srf32!a2ie:?4s'll1fi1d.i. . 19 . -zaggft ,g. - .1 2 ,QW . Mia, 5 iliwifa ,PJ-"3 fl? Z-i. J' 517 , :lesfllil A .. , - , 7. 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Porter, B. Mathews, J. Parker, V. Porter. SECOND ROW: G. Zittrauer, C. Critz, J. Jones, P. Phillips, M. Albright, J. Mease, J. Clarke, S. Oberender, C. Dorman, B. Mumm, Jean Smith, J. Free- berg, S. Schamerhorn, M. Bryan, S. Fitzgerald, M. Kennedy, F. Lockart. BACK ROW: Judy Smith, L. Bulkeley, D. Cooper, J. Patterson, H. Rockey, W. Young, V. Freeman, D. Denly, D. Stover, L. Smith, B. Huglin, T. Smith, R. McCuddin. Mr. Adev. Director. Miss Karen Neidt Accompanist SECOND ROW: Rick Fitzgerald, B. Mathews, L. Porter, J. Parker. THIRD ROW: R. Fitzgerald, Circle B Cashway W. Young, T. Smith, C. Smith, D. Denly, R. McCud- Winterset, Iowa din, Mr. Adey, Director. We FRONT ROW: G. Zittrauer, B. Mathews, L. Fierce, E. Shutt, C. Phillips, E. Phillips, jean Smith, jan Smith, D. Stevens, J. McMichael, J. Parker, R. Muselman, F. Lockart. SECOND ROW: C. Critz, J. Jones, P. Phillips, Judy Smith, S. Schamerhorn, K. Neidt, Accompanist, L. Bulkeley, J. Freeberg, D. Woolery, E. Wenck, B. Smith, J. Langdale, L. Porter, V. Porter, BACK ROW: M. Albright, D. Cooper, J. Mease, I. Clarke, S. Oberender, C. Dorman, B. Mumm, J. Edwards, S. Fitzgerald, M. Bryan, M. Kennedy, FRONT ROW: M. Edwards, D. Bowlin, R. Fitzgerald, L. Phillips. BACK ROW: Mr. Adcly, Director: B. Coleman, D. Gillaspy, Edwards, C. Coleman. TOP: Ricky Fitzgerald, saxophone solo. Karen Neidt, Accompanist BOTTOM: Brass Ensemble TOP: Terry Smith, voice solo. Kathy Neidt, Accompanist. BOTTOM: jeffrey Patterson, piano solo. " 'P' vi- L6 ' , -in 1 wa. .J AV, ,fp-1' -W 1 I X lffizi w A? 5 5 E A i1XXgeQ'X,X ,e , xi, NQW f Qi Y.. A X X X X W EX , W X ,fX - "gui IWW A ix Zuni? A N a.'b111e'l'.iCS - P r Xu .Fit Wei 'WV' MN. , f -..,,X , A , "ff fp N ,. ,E ' 3-.X,XX:.g'.l , -it X -gif ' "F ,XXfYWfX.Xs? 1 " w. f X Vets. ' M- ,. ww' X.5Q,m,, V , . . G M 1 , H 1 r ,ua Xf A . 1 F Q A -1rir:M?:,3'.s- 'W X ,, 1 if ' ' - 4 Vg.. X . 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X' ' TWXXX gf I' ' ,, X,i3 W mr' EM X- .www ' ' 1 , ' XXN -'if' , 'X i'X,.W" 'U X 3' 3 , za-Sk X. ,X es, , 3 X 4, aw. , ,R ,J 2 -v 2 ', X - 'X X ,, -3 -.sn rn 1 1 - , J-Xflfvnm XXXX X,XXXwnu.nu-unnqnnnaamnm-XmswmssXk :za-1s..eQg'...?gz1-: 'H-mk if '1.X qw . 'VWQX XXWH .1 fn' ., 'LX WW! vmlfisfir i 393 ff6 ,-5:2 L' WX! ' .f 95.04. -' Xi,-ul! sr' fl, Front Row: Linda Porter, Deanna WVoolery Sharon Oberender, Sherry Williams, Diann Cooper, Joyce Edwards, Judy Langdale, Betty Mathews. Back Row: Judy Parker, Judy Smith, Jan Smith, Johnna Freeberg, Coach Ken Johnson, Milly Bryan, Sharon Fitzgerald, Paula Phillips, Connie Smith. PRICE GRAIN and MANUFACTURING Farm Wagon Boxes-Grain Bins and Dryers Phone FI 2-3615 Osceola, Iowa CONNIE SMITH JAN SMITH Right Field Second Base l 5 3 f 5 i l 2 Q L Q Z 5 TRURO STOCKYARDS R. E. l'D1c3K" FENIMORE Truro, Iowa Q i 5 l 3 FRONT ROW: Larry Smith, Rick Williams Jerry Clark, Terry Smith. l SECOND ROW: Ronnie Fitzgerald, Manager jim jones, Don Coleman, Bob Freebel Terry Smith Catcher Darwin Sinn Larry Smith Rick Williams Don Stover Shortstop Fielder Third Base Fielder U60 'W67 DR. W. C. COLEMAN Truro, Iowa Phone 35 larwin Sinn, Don Bowlin, Wesley Young, ireven Millsap, Dale Sheldon, Vic Freeman, Herb Rockey, Coach Ken johnson. Wesley Young Pitcher D21lC.5hC1d0f1 Bob Freeberg Vic Freeman jerry Clark Frelder Pitcher First Base Second Base Truro Truro Truro Truro Truro Truro Truro Truro Truro Truro Macksburg Osceola Martensdale St. Charles Norwalk Van Wert Murray New Virginia S. E. Warren Marrensdale TROJANETTES' RECORD Won 14 Lost 6 Truro Truro Truro Truro Truro Truro Truro Truro Truro Truro St. Charles Cromwell New Virginia Earlham Cromwell Van Wert Macksburg Sr. Charles Winrerser New .1..f fyak, 5 Q. raw. Q. Y .. r 21 1 T ff'-at Gsd'N'f., K a!fF'fs,,?2Ev . s- I - K . . a 1 ' Q Q 'aes ' I at " affiieeexixl-fir A. ,,,, ai ' . 1 1 'asfiiwsrM'ff"ww:,i':-fp: . Z, L - L . A n . .,. .. 'fi-2 i?v?g,gS .n,lfo M11 gui. ..r9'-,rwffrrdfsrw afar-35 , 9 W " 4 fwfif: -A . 1 Mun' , ,, 'M " . A s l" , 455.4121-Wsf++af2a f ra if . ,,., . ,. - f w2'fs:?vHw.'k .Q wg f avi li 'fzirwrra t :X fm +--Q faq, H h,,Ao . ,, .a,,,,e,,, f.f.1Mil,a..11., ,,,..W..1,a.. ag., 'fm ' 54 Q .V--.2,.ff,g::1f1, ...fu , . ,'-. - -v,..e,s3 , 1, - - an af., .-4,157 . . 1 W .ww V ,, , , . , ,N if . v M K , 1, H ,NV,fgy,,w.1,any-,a,3j,g..y4,15'+"iv . .- -2225-.f,,,. M, 'www' mf" fig-gf 1 "7 We Q, ' Eh.,"- "'lif'Qi' IJ 'ifihi' ' "q "5" We r f aazaim 'z 4-' V V M 3 I , .V-1Qg11,5 f ' ,SZ,W2',5l4.e2i.!YiHQda,+ifxQt'55 ' " FRONT ROW: D. Woolery, D. Kennedy, J. Clarke, B. Mathews, M. Bryan, C. Dorman, J. Freeberg, jan Smith, S. Williams D. Cooper, Jean Smith. BACK ROW: Chaperon Betty Williams, S. Oberender, B. Smith, S. Fitzgerald, Coach Johnson, J. Edwards, J. Langdale, Judy Smith, J. McMichael, Manager. TRURO FARM EQUIPMENT COMPANY Everything for the Farm and Home Truro, Iowa Phone 36 7760 -f l?6l Macksburg Martensdale St. Charles Norwalk Van Wert Murray New Virginia S. E. Warren Martensdale St. Charles Cromwell New Virginia Earlham Cromwell Van Wert Truro 56 Truro 51 Truro 50 Truro 42 Truro 45 Truro 55 Truro 50 TROjON'S RECORD THUG 53 Won 13 Lost 6 Tfufo 64 .,,ff""7 ,..', ii ii'ii'i: ir . v:,,i aa Truro . TMO 29 TMO 55 l Truro 65 l "Pr 5N'i1i3Xfiff'f-fw'.w.-i A-f"'rwJffr-4'aa1...Z53f3 Trur0 93 Truro 64 Truro 58 Truro 53 Macksburg Van Meter St. Charles Truro Granger Assem. .gf rg A 1 14+ .rw ty Ma" H213 W' ' W 'fi 51 .vw 'T ar L1 Z., " j. e f ,Qi'.31flZzff Lv ,zfg,,,,. M, , 1, Y ,Q . ,, 514,43 -,Q .. 'f : f .. liff' fwzyiayfif 1wig?rvHeff?f53Wf"slafYafrTQ13"'sBWI. ,sr 'i.s.fi'2 Af: he ' " -rf -W Y '- - Qf"waw'H1"- ' " ' " Q?-'fxf L S WM? rar?-fr' seams? 74531-fa'-ss? f ' sf af 4 - . 355125 3 1 . .- 55-.. lffndl-s5g:iili..gaQ?,5a.afvm?,fa.7913-Q fiwgwgl. Q. V 4.31 Q. 1 sf f .. --wflwa.-,m4.fg3+,,,.if F 9.2 , f Q9 ' z 'Y wfffwxykf213,431-rxA7ffl'.Mf -er 5-asa f eff .Jive ,r.a:.2g':fiLa J - ' . . .. 1 r M if we 4 V ' . f ' , f rmffiim aw V I .. .V in f Wie . 5 . f 1-if ' Mg'.f1rigAai4v,' 'r ls, Q .Q-qu. 5 W4 25 ' 1 ' ,, ' -are Q: ew -f A , ff''fri-:g1S..i1'iE.i..i1?3i?sviifK'arf' . 'Q nv' 'L " " .gf fflmliif-,1.-'-fatfriyrlvgzlwgiifaxlig' , f . . . ,, . f ' 'W fJ?f'fT1'f4"f1l'i"'1ef51'ii5'. '- Q ,,,. if .1 ff,-gi , 1 W 1 -feirf 2. .. r,,' ,,1r, ,rr.. , ,,.lL,.,,.r,. .W ,friv ,rr... , . .., M, . gy' 'feffaw ' W W if 1 fd-erwaf ri f - 3 k r r ' ,fig g- -A 1 . 3 wfaggilgagpgl 5.g7:,,, ' iiffwl H ' 2,ffw. ' ' FRONT ROW: G. Phillips, B. Freeberg, D. Sheldon, R. Williams, D. Sinn, V. Freeman, D. Stover, I.. Smith, D. Denly, R. Goodman, W. Young, T. Smith. BACK ROW: D. Bowlin, Coach Johnson, Man- ager R. Fitzgerald, C. Evison. FREEBERG INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance of All Kinds Truro, Iowa Wmize mm ' THE PEP BAND CHEERLEADERS Sherry Stevens DeVona Stevens Connie Critz Cathrine Phillips MASCOTS Tami Boden Kim Johnson "That's the way the ball bounces!" Medley Relay T R U R O T R A C K Mile Medley For the second year in a row the Trojans won the Tri-River Conference track meet at Indianola and had a very successful spring in track and field competition. CONFERENCE MEET Point Totals Truro .....,,......,.,........................... ...... 5 3 Martensdale ........ ...... 4 SW St. Charles ............................................ 45M S. E. Warren .,,....,................................ 43 Truro repeated as champions of the Tri-River Conference by scoring points in the following events. Broad jump-Darwin Sinn, 1st-Dale Sheldon, 2nd High jump-Dale and Darwin-tie for 1st 440 Relay-Roger M., Darwin S., Vic F., and Bob F., 2nd Low hurdles-Terry Smith, 4th Mile Run-Mike Porter, 2nd-Gary Phillips, 3rd 440 Dash- Vic F., lst, Cnew meet recordb 55.8 Two Mile Relay-Wesley Y., George J., Dale S., and Herb R., 2nd Medley Relay-Larry W., Roger M., Dale S., and Wesley Y., 5rd 880 Run-Chuck V., lst-Herb R., Std DISTRICT MEET The Trojans finished in a respectable fifth place in the Class C District at Creston. There were 2,1 schools competing. The following individuals qualified for the State Class C meet: Darwin Sinn-2nd in Broad jump Dale Sheldon-2nd in High jump Vic Freeman-lst in High Hurdles and 5rd in Low Hurdles W Two Mile Relay 440 R619-Y Individual Competitors Coach Ken Johnson, Deanna Gillaspy, Janice Edwards, Bonnie Goodman, Brenda Coleman, Kathy Neidt, Cheryl Parker, Carol Coleman, Juanita Albright, Donna McMichael, Linda Garmon, Diana Gracey, Penny Hiatt, Carole Bryan, Sonia Neidt, Sharon Chipp. Junior High Basketball Teams Coach Ken johnson, Ronnie Goering, Curtis Albright, David Rockey, David Petersen, Roderick Mumm, Fred Parker, Randy Wenck, Terry Phillips, Donald Minnick, Steve Smith, Denny Phillips, Dennis Bowlin, Marvin Edwards, Ricky Fitzgerald. ,463 Stem mx: Adam Zcwgaet w X W'f-ayzxfwwver.AwiS2Lwfmakw5ais:,s23 Qw:q2f,siw:safiQzm2JiEwfv:wa -11' :ff ,sal ' Z2 i Hi 'cup' lw'w"""fnKM1N-wiL m?ES1:Ye?s9'2v.1'we,,,.,.N,:WM..,.?a 1 L 'W 1-fx iw? fF"" "W " . - --.....-KW , Q. T ,Q W . 3- vu ef-' fr 1 . ,, F V M w-V ' k ..,,,4:. 1-1: .151 1 K v , .S fy, M 'A' L AA f'3T'5" "7',:A"'7' : r 1' -:-,p-.mr 'wi tv if 1' Q 2 j I' , J. f..-, ,,,n.f. k VP, 'fr-, .lf gp.. , -4- xv ..... , ii ennnnnn- wk "-ix M M,--ff .Bi 3 1" X., wi' . Q ",ul"f ,1 ff .O 7wfw Mrs. Bradie Phillips Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Purvis Mrs. Ina Ryerson Mr. and Mrs. Leland Creger Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Roby Mr. and Mrs. L K. Barnes The Bill Durfeys Mr. and Mrs. Lester Freeman Mr. and Mrs. Gary Rankin Emma and Donnie Minnick Phyllis Lorenzen Mr. and Mrs. Emery Smith Mr. and Mrs. Art Morris Mr. and Mrs. Les Smith Jean Petersen Mr. and Mrs. Norman Boller Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Umsted Mr. and Mrs. Keith Crawford Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Critz L. L. Dutton Mr. and Mrs. Roy Myers Mont Seams Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nelson Nellie Travis Mr. and Mrs. R. E. 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Gas Service Dale Potter Wayne Bumbarger Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith Roby Electric Mr. and Mrs. Albert Carlson Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Miller Mr. and Mrs. Don Beeler Mr. and Mrs. Lee Parker Mr. and Mrs. Dave Denly gd a aww Hi Way House Osceola Greenhouse Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sinn A 8C W Drive In Knight Kleaners Sentinel and Tribune Dr. Adams Hy Vee Food Store Muselman Auto Salvage Eaton's Studio Mrs. Aletha Mclntire Richard Howard Johnson's Grain 85 Livestock Davis Service Richard Houston Brooks Royal Blue Food Store Marjorie's Beauty Shop Lavelleur Lockers Hildebrand Radio Service Longenecker's Jewelry Kirkpatrick Locker Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Neidt George Farlow Montross Pharmacy Madisonian Morissey Farm Machinery Griffith's 66 Mr. 85 Mrs. M. Johnson 8C Family Hotel Hamilton Truckenbrod Machine Shop Madison County Drug Breeding Hardware Bob Cain l Grahams Mrs. Dorothy Borthwick Pace Bros. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scherf McCormick Hatchery Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Messer Ed's Service Mrs. Don Furrer .Utsler Electric Graves gcmetew Conley's Flowers and Gifts Dot's Style Shop Thomas Produce and Feed Wolf Texaco Kirkham Hardware Dr. Larson Don's Pantorium Mary Welty Marguerite Morrissey Trask Jewelry Hircock Brothers Winterset Oil Co. Bodwells' Standard Joe Flatt, Clochier Mr. B. C. Logston Winterset Produce Grahams John Deere Lettington and Wilkinson Cozy Cafe Conner Feed and Supply Ben Franklin Burchetts Jewelry Ackley Motor Blakes Shoes Hotel Warren Peoples, Trust and Savings Bank TRURO BEAUTY SHOPPE SINN SUNDRIES 'MfS- Hflffy MiCh3Cl. Headquarters for School Supplies Half Cuttmg and StYlm8 Genuine Western Shirts Truro Phone 95 Iowa Truro V Iowa MERRILL S. CREGER TRURO CAFE Real Estate and Tax Service Homemade Pies and Rolls Truro Iowa Truro Iowa KALES AG FOOD MARKET MYERS BROS. 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