Nashville High School - Hornet Yearbook (Nashville, IL)
- Class of 1949
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Text from Pages 1 - 82 of the 1949 volume:
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ECIIIOTI Cluef Jeff clmroecl
ports Ednor Truman Bran t
rganlzatlon Ednor Grace Hemmlnghaus
Underclassmen Ednor Betty Heseman
emor Ecllto Nancy Holluroolc
Actx 1t1es E xtor E the Mc ean
clcls ancl Encls Plmotog apl'1e 5 Ray Llszweslc
A mst Marlene Patton
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To THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES :Ins
yearboolc xs dedxcated Not to any person not to any
act1v1ty not to any xdeal do we our sentlments
Rather do we m thxs yearboolc recall the days spent ln
Nashville Communlty H gh School and referred to by
so many as The Best Years o Our Lives We do not as
many others so glxbly do refer to these days as the best
ays we shall ever llve ut rather refer to t em as t e
best days we have thus far lived It would be sad lndeed
rf m our later years we could reflect on no better day
than those just passed Education IS or at least should
e a preparation 1n llvxng thus we should loolc ever
torward and not baclcward We do not wlsh to lxve m
a dead past but rather to lxve m a full glorious future
prepared us to meet Pity us lf ln our later years we
must loolc baclc to them as The Best Years o Our Lives
Surely medals so gflorlously won actxvxtles so ea
gery participated ln grades so sternly wrested from
our teachers a cl the lxlce do not constltute a llfe to
whxch we can or must loolc baclc wlth prxde Nay rat
er let these days be a dedlcatxon to a fuller more com
p ete llfe one m whlch we serve ourselves our com
mumty our fellowman and above all our d an
lceep The Best Years 0 ur Lrves ever ahead of
never behmd us
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Latin Cluh Sec'yff'.Z
Bandffl, 2, 3, 4
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F. H, A. Sec'yff3
F. H. A. Pres'-4
Honor Club-fl 2, 4
Latin Cluhffl, 2, 3, 4
Bandffl, 2, 3, 4
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TRUMAN LOUIS BRANDT
Carnivalg Band-fl, 2, 3, 4
Boys Chorus-'1, 2, 3, 4
Mixed Chorusffl, 3, 4
Boys Quartetff3 4
Basketball'-1, 2, 3, 4
Baseball-fl, 2, 3, 4
Track-fl, 2, 3, 4
Honor Ciuh-fl, 2, 3, 4
Honor Cfuh VicefPres f-1
Latin Cluhffl, 2, 3, 4
Latin Cluh VicefPrc5.f'l
Science Club-72, 3
Science C.ub Prcs.ff3
"A Date with judy"f3
"We Shook the Family Tree"f4
F. F. A.--1, 2, 3, 4
F. F. A. VicefPres.ff3
F. F. A. Vice-Pres.ff4
F. H. Af-1, 2, 3, 4
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Latin Clubffl, 2, 3, 4
Band-fl 2, 3
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Latin Cluhf-1, 2, 3, 4
"A Date with Judy"-3
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Boys Quartet--1, 2
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F, F. A. Reporter'-3
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Honor Club 2
Annual Stlff 4
Carmval Band 1 2
C orus 1 I F H A 4
Pep Club 1 Annual Staff 4
Honor Club I 7
Lt1nClub12 1 4
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Paper Staff 4
Clase Presldent 4
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Honor Club 7
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Carnlval Band 1 7
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S ILIMJ. Clk! 7
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Honor Club 1
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SLICIIM, Club 7
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ALVIN R. MALAVVY
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WALTER LOUIS RUETER
Pep Club 1
Honor Club 1 2 3 4
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Honor Club 4
Latin Club 4
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Mixed Chorus 2 3 4
Boys Quartet 4
Basketball 2 4
Track 1 2
Honor Club 2 4
Latin Club 2 1 4
Latin Club Pres 4
Stience Club 1
Annual Staff 4
A Date with Judy 3
We Shook the Family Tree
Prom Walter 2
Class President 2
ROGER N SMALL
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IAMES HECTOR VJORD
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CLASS OFFICERS AND SPONSORS
Mr Purdy M155 Stneker M1 Klegman Sh1rley Lehde Sevretary Nancy Hollwrwk
Prealdent Lxlllan Ruchaj Vlu Pr xdent Ether M Lean Trea unr
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
Tn eptember of 40 flfty live green freshmen bashfully entered
N C H S After a few days of searchmg for clas rooms gettmgf perl
o 5 m1xe CCI mg wh1c re man gxrl was cutest t e class
vs 5 orgamze an class of ICCTS electe 5 follows CUTTIS N1e renz
pres1dent Roger mall V1ce Pre51dent Audrey Remha dr Secre
tary Sh1rley Lehde Treasurer MISS Gooch and Mr K1mpl1ng were
cho en as class advlsors
We entered our sophomore year more conh ent and more CXPCTI
enced We elected as sponsors MISS Vxola Huelslcoetter and M
ates Class ofhcers for thls year were Presxdent eff Schroeder
VICE Presxd nt Bob K1mpl1ng ecret ry Anna Lou Kasten Treas
urer Bob Heggememr
In the fall of 47 we entered our Jun10r year as d1gn1l'led upper
classmen The followmg ofhcers were elected Presldent Truman
Brandt V e Pre 1dent Bob K1mpl1ng' Secretary Betty Schrnale
reasurer Nancy olbroolc We chose MISS Strlelcer and 155 1
del as class a v15or5 155 Str1elier to coach our jumor plav an
MISS Serdel to be 1n charge of the prom
On eptember 1 1948 forty three sedate SCHIOTS began thexr ast
vear 1n N H S he followmg were elected as class o 1cer5
Pres dent Nancy Holbrook V1ce Presldent L1ll1an Ruchal Secre
tary Shrrley Lehde Treasurer sther McLean hose nom1nat
to carry us through our 5en1or year were M Purdy and MISS Klee
rnan Mr Purdy to be IH charge of the Annual M155 Kleeman to
coach the sen1or play hortly after the begmmng of the year MISS
Kleeman fell at a en1or haynde an was unable to fulhl her Jo
Therefore MISS Stnelcer was unammously chosen to talce her pl ce
as play coach
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Miss Snead. Mr. Havens
Morris Kaufman, Keith
Joan Spencer. Jimmy Harre
Miss Strielcer. Mr. Kimpling
Ruth Hendrix, Jocelyn Wisely
Charlotteiwooclsicle. Ann Cruse
Mrs. Kiehn, Mr. Heinzman
JOIII1 KTCIJS. Herbert Chapman
DOI'Otl'1y HOUSC. Dyilafle ScanIan
First Row: Patsy ennle Lucille Brink-
man. Adeline Brune, Winona
Second Row: Helen Coates. Charles Depend. Walter Fisher. Loraine Freclerlcing. Levon
Frye, Audrey Gajewslci, Stanley Geppert.
Tlzfral Row: Marjorie Gewe, Marlene Haalce, Opal Harlan, Patty Sue Hasemeier, Martha
Hendrix, Donna Kay Hetherington, Doris Hildebrand.
Fourth Row: John Hines, Lorraine l'lcelsclxer, Ronald Hoeplier, SaMary Homburg, Fave
Homes. Mary Jablonslci, Phyllis Jones. .
Frlftlz Row: Audrey Kelle, Ray Klosterlxoffffed Krebs. Eleanor Kurwiclci, Louise Malick,
Marilyn Markham, Robert May.
Sfxtlz Row: Lavern Meyer. Robert Moran. Grace Mozelewski, Lois Murphy. Nancy New-
man. Wesley Pitchforcl, Betty Polczynslci.
Seventh Row: Hiram Porter. Harold Renter. Pauline Rixmann. Lou Ann Rohlfing, Norma
Jean Schaeffer. Charles Sclmorflmeide.
First Row: Lavayne Schwengels. Norman Schwengels, Bernard Sher-
man, Richard Stanowski, Vera Dean Stern, Jane Stutsman.
Second Row: Robert Torrens. Gerald Voss, Lois Weihe, Carolyn
Wiese. Floyd Wiese, Alice Winfree, Bill Withey.
Third Row: Norman Witt, Fern Wulf, Norma Zacheis. Mary Zapp.
One of the dimmer, but none-the-less important, echoes that re-
sounds through the halls of Nashville Community High School, is the
Freshman Class-the graduating class of 1952.
This group of sixty-six emharlced upon their high school career
in September of 1948. Although at first they were rather frightened
and bewildered, they soon became accustomed to their new class-
mates and surroundings. and even the most critical observer had to
look twice to detect that touch of "green," which all freshmen inevit-
They chose Morris Kaufman to preside over their business meet-
ings flimmy Harre, to talce over in his ahsencelg Joan Spencer, to
perform the secretarial duties, and Keith Patton, to take care of the
finances. Miss Snead and Mr. Havens were chosen as advisors.
One of the first class activities was a hayride out to Huegely
Lake. When they arrived they found a ire just waiting for them to
roast wieners over it. The class also sponsored an "all school"
dance after one of the home games.
As their echo grows louder, these freshmen will strive harder and
harder toward their goal. of being graduates of Nashville Community
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A somewhat stronger echo that resounds through the air is that
of you sophomores. Your voice has grown in strength since last year
when you as freshmen entered Nashville Community High School.
Remember you elected Miss Gooch and Mr. Bates as sponsors, and
Bill Vogt as president: Dorothy House, vice-presidentq Harold Sey-
ler, secretary-treasurer, to have the ruling voice over the affairs of
your class. During this year you met and made a large number of
friends, and before you knew it. your first year in high school had
Vacation days flow past too soon for most of you, but the great
majority of you re-entered in September to further your education.
This year you elected Mrs. Kiehn and Mr. Heinzman sponsors: Dor-
othy House. president: Dylane Scanlan, vice-president: John Krebs,
secretary: and Herbert Chapman, treasurer. Soon after school be-
gan you enjoyed a barn dance at House's Lalce. You all had a won-
deful time at the class party in the study hall, and enjoyed those de-
licious refreshments as much as the party itself. Remember the
dances in the study hall you sponsored after home basketball games?
Yes, these are some of the things your echo brings back to you
and as you progress in your education your echo will become louder
Howard Frecle lung
Walter El leo lc
Barlwara Ann Xlugen
Alan Bran t
5 Marvxn Brandt
El a Lee Clemmons
Zola Croe smann
Pa Cunnlng am
Ernlly Ann Engele
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"' Barbara Richards
Q7 Irma Ruth Rixman
Ome r Roesener
I am the oldest echo of the unclerclassmen. Farther out in the far
distance you can still hear the footsteps of the Class of 1950 as they
timidly wallced through the door of Nashville Community High School
almost three years ago to experience some of the best Jays of their
lives. After several days of getting acquainted with the teachers.
students, and the routine of school worla. the class officers and spon-
sors were elected. Miss Seidel and Mr. Kimpling were the sponsors
for the year. As the year went by, some of the students stepped out
of the picture, and others replaced them.
Now, as the echo grows louder, you hear the class, somewhat
smaller, returning for another year at school a little more confident.
After several days of renewing old acquaintances and malzing new
friends, they elected Mr. Havens and Mr. Kimpling as sponsors:
Alan Brandt was elected president: Barbara Richards, vice-presi-
dent: and Helen Hines, secretary-treasurer.
In the fall of 1948 you can hear them returning again to school.
This year they will he lnusier than the ones in the past. Miss Strielcer
and Mr. Kimpling were elected as their sponsors: Jocelyn Wisely.
president: Charlotte Woodside, vice-president: Ruth Hendrix, sec-
retary: Ann Cruse, treasurer. After a few weeks they planned a hay
ride to Oakdale and had a wiener roast afterwards. Soon the play
cast was piclced and after several weeks of hard worlc and practice,
the play was presented to a large audience. After several months,
plans were begun for the Junior-Senior Prom.
As you grow older and think of the days in the past, may the echo
of the best Jays of your life bring hack pleasant memories.
Do you have anything' good to sell today, QITIS?
TOTHOTTOVV and IOTTIOTTOXX' and YOITIOYTOVV CTCCPS in i115 petty PHCC LTCI11 diy IO d3y
Wl'1at.S wrong, dOI'l.I YOU know the SHSVVST.,
FACULTY AND SCHOOL BOARD
Kxmplmgf Holbrook Mann Backs Holston Bohbrmk
J D Mann
presldent ret1r1ng after
13 years servxce to a
, I grateful communi ty.
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H W. Bohbrink
W. H. Backs H. Holston
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D011 t Stand There Lllxe 3 Post
Don t Say P11CCl'lCI' Say PIC ture
KIMPLING R KREBS
Well Shucks' Now
E. H. GUMMERSHEIMILR
Let 5 Have Thls Stopplng Talked
Oh' My Good ess
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CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONQ
F. H. A.
Back Row: Barbara Liszewslci.
vice-presiclent: Miss Seidel,
sponsor: Emily Ann Engele,
reporter: Betty Jurgensmey-
cr, historian: Lillian Ruchaj,
treasurer: Marian Bernthal,
song leader: Leona Paslcie-
Front Row: Geraldine Bowers,
president: Virginia Smith,
secretary: Mrs. Holbrook,
Row Barbara IIS
ZeWSlil Vlfglllla Sfflltll Lillian
Marlene Haalce Bel'H1Ce Reu
tel' Betty Heseman ElV1I'a Wellle Anna Lou
Kasten NaHCyH0lbfO0k ESfheTMCLean RuthH
C1!'1X Audrey Relflhardf Nadeefl Fox DOTIS petfl Nal'1Cy
M R LJ Betty P016 lil Gel"1eVa BeI1ed1CT LeVOI1 Bettv
ge!'1SI'HeyeI' EleaI1OI' KUTW1Cli1 Beatflee Bflnli Marian Befifhal
Shirley Sommers Marlorxe Cllaeffel' ADH Eflgele paffl la
Mor fl Marie RL1Cl'laj Ilene I-IOf'fI'HaI'l
Front Row a Coates Lavayne SCl1Wel'1g'elS R Tl'l BluYDllO T
Ge!'t1"U.C1e Seylel' MISS eldel Magerkurth Dora ROefl1eIT1 y
er Geralclme Bowers Adeline Brune
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Back Row: Glenn Brammeier.
reporter: Walter Novak, sen-
tinel: Mr. E. H. Gummers-
Front Row: Larry Mcclayr. sec-
retary: Robert Heggemeier.
preslclent: Lester Campbell.
v1ce presxclentz James Word.
F F A CLUB
Back Row Leland Tubbs
Donald Polczynslu erome L1 lc
rens Robert Heggemex r Walter No al: L
ry Mcclay Roland chwengels Enloe Alfeldt Wll
mer Harre Harold Brammexer Kenneth Zapp Teal Bram
me1er Lester Campbell Rxcharcl tanowslu
Front Row Charles Scho fhe cle Norman ch engels LaV n
Wreath Omer Roesener Mr Gummer hexmer Leroy chultz I
Worcl P ul unnl gham Robert Torrens
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Richard Bonllc, Allen Porter, Leon Tor-
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Back Row: Harold Seyler. song
,alcaderg Ruth Snead, sponsor:
Elva Lee Clemmons, pianist.
Front Row: Patsy Berry, song
leader: Rolat. Kimpling, treas-
urerg Jane Schorfheicle, vice
presiclent: Jeff Schroeder,
president: Pauline Rixmann,
secretary: Barbara Richards,
Baa. Rou. Howard Frtdtrklnq Slurlcy Lchdc V1rg1n1a Smlth Norma jean S haef
hr Charlts D1Fmd Ray Klasttrhoff Wayxac Schatfftr Norma Zuhus Wm ma
K amphall Truman Brandt Arnold Harrc
N 1ddle Rou Ruth Htndnx Barmct Detkcr Hllma Torrcns Mary
john H ms Hclcn Ham joytc yn Wlscly Walter Jankowskl
Clrarlottc Wamcnd 1dc Lou Ann Rohlf ng Irem
K tnctta Ho'lhaucr Dorothy Fclns Peggy
llhrman Low Murphy joan L
me Stut man Dylant Stan
lan MlfjOf1c Gum .ant S horfhr dr
Lols Wtlht Carolyn Wlce Donna Kay H th
tranqton Darla Dtan Hahht Don Hlldrhrfand Lrona
Fw11rRou Po' y Mfartln Mary Zapp Audrty Runhardt Naalaua Fox
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Tatltmann NV1nona Campbell Ruth Hendrax Genna Cut r Mary 'Zapp
'Vflddle Rott Sharley Lehde Maraan B rnth al Halma Torrenb an Sthorfhtlde une Sthortheldt Barbara R h
ar.l Phylla Cook Betty Pranve Robert Torrenb Edward Powolwh Howard Frederkmg john Kreb
Herbert Chapman ohn Hmeb
From Rou Loa Weaht Mary Sthaefftr Ceraldane Bower Nanty Holbrook Anna Lou
Katen Irene Boehnvng Betty Heseman Esther Roethtmeyer eff
Qehroeder Truman Brandt Robert Kamplxng Alan Brandt Heated
Imogene Lehde Mary Hast Lorna lunge. Cknllld Murasky
Ioan Spenter SaMary Homburg
lane Stut man MOYIIS
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These are the hbraraan xyha
try to help olvt Nome of the datfatulm
at th tudtnt an gatheranq materaal for thtar
Bac Rou Dorothy Home Marcella Lame yk ant Stuf man
Dylane bean an chn Kr b Morra Kaufman Robert Txxenhattl
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everv Tuesday a ternoon to meet t e dea llne he sta WaS COnfI'0nte w1th rnanv
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HOlbI'OOk Ethel' McLean Betty I-'IeSen"l3.n
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nets Herald :tail can he seen huz
zxng around at the end of each month 1n
order to compxle the mam events around the
halls of W C H S These are the mam reporters
Back Row Norman Bergmann James Harre, Mary Bram
mexer, Cenette Holzhauer, Dolores Junge. Audrey Ann Kelle lune
Schorlhexde. MarJor1e Gewe. Samarv Homhurg. Anna Lou Kasten Alan
Brandt, Elva Lee Clemmons. Herbert Chapman. Wxllxam Vogt, Bonme Chapman
Seated paul Cunnxngham Harold Remhardt. MOTTIS Kaufman, Nancy Holbrook. Betty
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1 t practxcmg dllxgently for one 0 t e1r ireat performances 7 Well come wlth me
11me7 lVlost any schoolday mornmg 8 1 Place7 Nashvxlle Hzgh School gym
A the hell announc1ng the hegxnnmg of the perxocl souncls evervone well almost
e erxo e stops tun1ng t e1r mstrument tallu g stuclung or whatever they happen
he cloxng an Mr exnzman talces h1s p ace on t e podlum p go hxs han s
th 0 n e t the Nlashwlle ommumty dh School Band svungs 1nto II
spxrmg ren 1t1on of t e stxrrmg march Nlxhtary cort
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dchtxon to performmg at all the home haslcetlaall games Wow thex are vsorlcmg ha cl
0 fer ct the numhers to e presente 'lt rhe 1 rr1cr musrc contest ro he held r Mr
Ver c all th hxle lxeepmg thelr eye on the covetecl pr1v1lege of golng to the tate
nte t T e contest num ers are n lg t ng v rxeg Love tenes
011 SOYQ kv and The Tl'1L1I'd6I'6I' hx S0u a The ha Cl 15 also preparlng to talcc
t 11 t e a u l Washlngton Countv Musxc Festwal at A hlev th1s sprmg
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an Bran t Arnoo arre e x Nlle ermexer Rohert Heggemuer can
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H ID man xuth Ox Ce Berry d Elva Lee Clernmons as accompan
arg efore t e Womans 1 I anquet a or h
hrlstma As emhlv program
They worked dlhgently on varxcus rumbers for the D1str1ct Nlu
cate t to e held on Aprll 9 at Mt Vernon vuth hug hopes of
s 1nr1ng rst vs uch wculc entltle t em to a tr1p to th State M11s1c
Later thxs sprxng the chorus 15 plannxng to part1c1pate IH the annu
1 hx gtcn ounty Mu 1C Festlval t Ashley
Ba Row LOIS Welhe Bern1ce ones Betty Snead Alberta mme e
r ce Mo elevs SLI H role Reuter W111xam Vogt Freddy Nm der
yer Rohert K1m hng Ro ert Heggeme1er Truman Brandt Tef
c roeder Arnold I1 rre Lavern Meyer Walter anlcowslu Nor
m -1 W tt Edche Buffmgton Ted Krebs Barbara Nugent oAnn
ones pauhne mm nn Marjorle ewe ane Schorfhe1 e
fffnfcfle Row Donna Kav Hetherlngton Carol Dennl Loxs Murphy
N cy Murp y D rla e n Ha he evon Frye Norma Zach s
Paul ne Kraus T'1er sw hotts Emxly Ann Engele Dylane can
n Wanda C llcwny Bonnxe Chapm n Ilene Hoffman Phvlhs
Front Row E1 a L e Clemmons Hele-1 Coates Marxan Bernthal
Mary Ahce Meyer Beatuce Brmk Betty urgen meyer
orna unge une Schorfhe1de Dolore unge Zola
Crocs mann Ruth Blumhorst Lorene Roese
ner oyce Berry M Femzman
One of the b gg st e ents that took place d YI gf the vea was he
CARNIVAL that as Spon ore by rh SENIQRS It C0 ld
not 113 e been ITIS e 3 S CCCSS lf It had not been OI' the an 0
pe at on gl en y the f3C Ity 311 L1 eI'C135SIT1efl
SENIUR PROM JUNIORS SPOHSOTSCI
e Carnot Iea e out the t at
BS P I OH 111 the early TDV 8 weII Se1eCTed C8 I 3.11 e ha e also
ml d 4 the Senlor Play We Shook the Famlly
We hope X011 eI'1JOV T e PICTUTCS,
I e v ' u 'n 'i r ' f
W 5 d e u
v d u ' ' I d c-
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We are happy this year to show pictures of the -
we as 4 I .
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W u ' I - S . d W v
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on in! We
have some of
the best shows
ever put on. Don't
forget to see "The Bach-
e1or's Dream." Look there
before your eyes. The Majesties
and their attendants.
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! Another
show of the bathing suits. This is the
second and last show for this evening. Come
on in here and see the famous boxers boxing their
way to stardom.
How about a game of Bingo. play a game and win
a prize. Donit you want to take a nice gift home
THE FACULTY TABLE
Nl heard them sing, 'Come to the Mardi Grasf
lt was Rio in the spring, at the Mardi Gras."
And that is exactly W'l'15t it WHS HI the JUHTOT-
SSIITOI' PTOITI of n47u Sfld "48".
The handsome hoys and their charming mis-
tresses lnegan to arrive at 7:15. They were met
at the door hy a welcoming committee--Shirley
Lehde, Mr. and Mrs. D. Mann, Mr. and Mrs.
G. Kimpling, Nancy Holbrook, Betty Schma-
le, Truman Brandt, Bolo Kirnpling. At 7:30
the waiters and waitresses--Ann Cruse,
Howard Frederlcin Charlotte Wood-
on, Waldo Hildebrand- he-
gan serving the menu. that
Chilled Fruit Juice
Cfeaffled Chicken in Patty
side, Robert Koser. Joycelyn Wisclv.
Walter Janliowslci, Barhara Rich-
arcls, Paul Reuter. Shirley Bath-
Following the supper a program was car-
ried OI1 The StI1dCI1tS.
Invocation Mr. J. D. Mann
Welcome - - Truman Brandt
Response - Elwood Doelling
Musical Selection - - Barbara Richards
During the remainder of the evening the
couples swayed to the soothing music of John-
ny Harrison and his orchestra.
The dance floor was separated from the
dining section by a twisted iron fence. Placed
at intervals around the fence were old fash-
ioned street lamps that put forth a soft light
upon the moving couples. The ceiling con-
sisted of multi-colored streamers and a mer-
ry-go-round stood in the center of the floor,
adorned with many, many gay-colored bal-
The students of the Academy of Dramatic and Allied Arts are extremely excited
for they are expecting a very famous actress who will guest-star in one of their plavs
They are all trying to imagine what the famous actress will be lilce. They vision her as
"tired-tormented-she must have suffered a great deal for her art." Meanwhile, the
director is getting all in order. He studied under Stanislavslcy and reminds the stu
ents of that fact at every opportunity. Phil, a pleasant young painter, would like to mar-
ry his girl friend, Janet. She refuses because she does not want to give up her ca-
reer. The director comes by-they must all practice just as it is directed by Stanislav-
slcy. He calls, "Everybody suspend! For tive minutes you are an object." One he tells
to be an orange-sliced. Another he tells to be a fishing pole, "but you do not catch fish.
Therefore you are frustrated." Into this madhouse of art comes our famous actress.
She has no idea how to cope with these over-arty students, and they are taken aback
to learn that she gives no time to such falcleral herself. To malce matters worse for
the actress, she has a personal problem that roughly parallels that of Janet and the
painter, Phil. The way in which she solves her problem and thus that of the other
young couple. and yet the valuable lesson she teaches to the dramatic students made
a delightful evening.
Janet Ross -
Phil Ford - How-
Marion Phipps -
John Ream-. .
Cynthia Keene -
Joycelyn wisely . my
Raimuncl Brown - Leon Torrens
Mavis Moriarity - Bonnie Chapman
Miss Freeman - Hilma Torrens
Miss Robinson - Dorothy Felts
Miss Jones - Beatrice Brink
Tad Voorhis - Wayne Reinhardt
Stella Brahms -' Ruth Hendrix
Mr. Bach - Emerald Hahhe
Head of the Jefartment
Dean of Women ' '-
- Cl'l3.l'10ttC Woodside
Prudence Mason - -
- - Elva Lee Clemmons
The visiting actress
Claire Carter - Dolores Junge
Jerry Flanagan - -
- - Walter Janlcowski
Arthur Scott. Jr. - Arnold' Harre
The actlon ol the play Centers around Hlldegarde Dolson who doesn t have a date
for the un1or emor prom To malce a sm all oclal splash and thus attract date of
fers Hxldegarde descrlbes her father a a drunlc durmg a high school debate Th nas
ty word gets around and father s Job 1s threatened Hlldegarde Stlll has no date and
her soc1al future IS 1n jeopardy It s almost Saturday she wa1ls desperately and no
one s even hmtecll
om 15 too helpful She f1X6S a date wlth M hermer ft e oss s wlfe
Freddy Shermer W o wear mclcers will talce Hxldegar e to the prom IDCC red
16 IS strlctly a zombxe w at wxth lcnlclxers an a xl egar e s SOC13l ll e IS nouv
Meanwhxle Palge Mason a l1t le nex fhborhoocl g1rl plays postman wlth M Dol
son s love letters Wh1 e the nelghbor atc up on pa Olson s love llfe M
mer Dolson boss at the banlc 15 catchmg up on the gosslp
Freddxe the banlcer s ltm lcered o S persuaded by Hlldegarde to revolt and buy
a suxt But hr t he talces a pan' of pants v ay from Bob who pursues F edd1e to the
o son l1v1ng room where he mxst les .J ermer r as hrs quarry and tackles hum
T e boss and l'l1S wlte lose then' tempers nd lf appears that Pa Dol on IS really m tne
ome of the thlngs blamed o Hlldedarde
Shermer r concedes defeat by sur ndermg the lceys to the famxly car So H1
dgarde has a dream oat m tow as s Q. foe to the prom ln a car an her escort
wears long pants
ll egarde who IS t1re o exng a wallflovser
Nancy Holh roolx
M Dolson he f ther Trum '1 Brandt
Mrs Dolson her mother E her McLeax1
al y her younger sxster Shlrley Lehcl
Bo her older brother hrocfler
lmmy her younger brother Bo Kxm lug
Paxge who l1lC6S to play po tman Esther Roetaeme er
Ellle May Bob s hea t throb Nadeen Fo
l her r1en Audrey Re xhardt
re cl1e hermer who we r Lnlclcers Bob Heggeme e
Mr Shermer h1s father Walter Nowalc
Mrs hermer hrs mother Genette Hol haue:
The Senior Class w7s7zes to than rss trfeleer
who so generously and gracfousfy gave o r
time to clfrect her second lay 0 the year u
a recmtfon is smccre an our rarse unbound
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Perhaps you rememher see-
ing this food stand at the Coun-
ty Fair last August. It was htzilt
hy the A. hoys in the spring
Their stand seemed to have
attracted a large crowd of peo-
ple during the fair.
This library scene is an every
day occurrence.Some are read-
ing magazines. some getting
hoolcs to read and others. per-
haps, just loafing.
lncidentally. are there any
gremlins in there that could he
accused of writing in the maga-
zines or tearing a part of the
Every spring the F. F.A. boys have
an annual banquet. to which they are
allowed to invite their fathers. The
F. H. A. girls prepare the banquet
Alter the dinner. the fathers were
entertained the assefnbly Tl'T'3il"
Sons. The fnaifl features of thi' pro'
gram were a play, and project reports
hy Walter Reuter.
BASKETBALL - 1948
FIRST TEAM NOTES
It is an unusual team. indeed, that made up the
five Hregularsu for the 1948-49 baslcetball season for
N.C.H.S.: A. Brandt, Schroeder, Kimpling, T. Brandt
anal Novak. Not only were they good basketball play-
ers. but they were high B and A students. ln addition to
their athletic prowess Cbaslcetball. baseball-with the
exception of A. Brandt and Schroeder-traclc, and the
lilcej they also toolc part in many other school activities
such as the band, chorus, speech, and plays. Not wish-
ing to let any grass grow under their feet, the four Sen-
iors plan to enroll in college next fall. Alan Brandt.
the only Junior among them, will be baclc at N.C.H.S.
shepherding another team to victory and worrying over
the problems incidental to being a Senior.
Congratulations. boys, and best of luclc to you as
life "grows" on.
Alan Brandt, Norman Witt, 0
Waldo Hildebrand, Kenneth May
lockwrse Havens Klmpllng'
T Brandt Schroeder Novak and A Brandt
Jeff Schroeder Bob Krmplmg Coach Havens
Truman Brandt and Walter Novak
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air to talce the
hey We They
25 -O'Fallor1 73 41 -Odin
37 -Ashley fovertimej 58 32 -Carlyle ,
31 -Freelnurg 39 37 -Chester
43 -Pinclcneyville 54 35 -Roxana
30 -Chester 51 '28 -Sandoval
23 -Glcawville 36 27 -Belleville Cathedral
32 -St. Maryls 48 34 -Brownstown
39 -Sandoval R -w 1 T t t pi k if
46 -CMMS iaszzsirfsyvit nf 6
40 -Carlyle D Trl'-County 33 31 -Chester
33 3 Tournament 51 Q3 -Sparta
31 -A-Eldorido D Alt' Vermn Seftionaf Tournament at East 5t. four'
36 -Effinghamp Hoifrfay 3? 2? -Ni? Athens
43-Mt. Vernonf Tournament 37 JS'-Collnsvllle
6 -West Franlcfort H U State Tozgnament at Cha,-n15a1'gn
32 -Sparta 43 39 - ttawa
28 -Greenville 33 31 -Molixie
25 -Breese 43 30 -Hillsboro
40 -Ashley 39 49 -West Aurora
OUR HORNETS Reuter Hmes Klfnpllllg Hanenberger Hddebrand May Schroe
der T Brandt Novak Sprehe A Brandt Vogt Nledermeyer and W1tt
Co Captains T BRANDT
and BOB KIMPLING
THE 1948 1949 SEASON
Thrs years ver lon of the Hornets was
made up of several members of the 47 48
quad XVTIICTI Em hed a season of 27 won 3
lo t record The lack of reserve strength
m de the Hornets a Eve man team The first
team played all the games all season wlth one
exceptron when Novak was out because of
an mjury Thxs eason the Hornets shlfted
thelr style of play from a press1ng defense and
a fast breakmg offense to a tlght sluftmg
man for man defen e on a slow delxberate
double plvot offense Tn tlus style of basket
ball the team was able to control rebounds
and commrt a m1n1mum number of fouls
In compxlmg a record of 33 wms and 3 de
feats. the Hornets won elght trophxes, mclud
lng two won by the Reserve Squad Durrng
a season of 36 games. Nashv11le's total num
ber of po1nts was 1751, compared to the op
ponents' 1222 The average number of pomts
per game was Nashvxlle 46, opponents 35
TED KREBS, Manager
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HORNETS WIN FOURTH
After hours avs weeks
months and years o practlce
the Na hvllle Hornets hnallv
made rr to the State uncle the
hle leadershlp of Coach Ha
ens Naturally xt was the fi st
ve that carrre t e urden all
the way They fTruman Brandt
ef Schroeder Boh Klmplmg'
Alan Bran f a d Walter No
val: are s own wrth thelr wm
nmg smrle tallcmg to the Coach
after the pelun game
Nas vrlle defeated Ott wa ID the1r hrst game of tournament p a
hen went on to heat Pelun rn the econd Hxll horo handed the H0
nets thelr l'q1rst defe t rn a s ulvhc nly fought h ttle and then West
Aurora e eated a hadly worn out qtmtet ln the con olat1on fame
thus aw ardlng to the Hornets Ne t the hrst fourth place trophv UIVCH
ln the hlstory of state hrgh school haslcethall tournaments
On thexr return from Champaldn the boys mcludmg the re erv
rs ana Mr Havens and Mr and Mr Kxmplmg were met at
New Mlnden hy a large entCuraC'e o cars from the hrg cxty of Nash
Vllle w rch was now on the m p After malcmg a trlumphant tour
ol t e Clty and a wave to Pam the hov were holsted to the hack o
a truck at the courthouse an shov n to the puhlxc Bnef speec es
were made hy Coach H vens rd Max or Huegely
Many t trmomal drnrfers
have een drven to the hows on
r e hrst team capped by the
annual Rotary anquet grv n m
onor of the rst fifteen n of
those hfteen were awarded let
ters at the anquet Trum n
ran t ef chroe e Alan
Brandt Walter Novak Ro ert
Klmpling Wal o ildeh a..
Kenneth May Fred Niederm .y-
-r Bill Vogt and Norman W'tt.
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are prou o them
not ecause tl ey
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cause they won
haslxethall gam s.
hut rather hecause
they are goo
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xxort x hows a hecause they are doo
school an communttv Cltl ns They are pr d
ect Cl xxh ch Nlashwlle Hlgh can e proud
ln our panorama of tournament plax x e
see hrcecer tofsmg 1n xx at xxe ope xxas a
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torm as No D3 1sDlaxs omeone help lrttle
a Bran t out' e max le the sma est
ntes re ta ng no C ance 0 h haslcet 1
proxxess ee anxt mg 1nter sung Noval- an
c'1roe er7 All xef are 0-1 the hall as xxe C e
another shot IH progress Schroeder an T
Brandt lool- ID a good POSITION tor anx rehound
cornmg therr xx ax Xwhatever happened 1f xx as
not qu1te good enough lor the hoxs xx ent ooxxrm
to t e1r hrst eat 1n tournament n ax adam t
the scrappmd H1llshoro qumtet Better
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Here on these pages we hnd glimpses of a
tournament passed-passed in all its glory.
GIT1 . Elfld PQQCHUITY. Il1I'lllS. HDL! dis-
appointments. Nashville s cheering section IS
not vrsrzle-either hy sight or sound.
Tickets sold hot C3li6S2 HTS! TOIUC.
hrst serve. There are times. lilds. when it
does not pay to llve outside Nashville. To
those who "heard" the tournament and those
who could neither hear nor see. we dedicate
'hese pages. May they hrrng to you a vlvid
image of that grand and glorious. herolc event
Champaign is where heroes are made,-the
annual Illinois State high school haslcethall
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NO FAIR HOLDING
The above photo shows a mf-cl
scramble for the ball during the last
few seconds of a close league game.
Did someone commit a foul? Won-
der if the whistle blew? Be sure to
get that score down. girls! Below-
a picture of one of the many teams
in the league, Havent we seen
some of those faces before? Could it
be that they are on the B Team?
Basketball is eating at Nashville
Community High-its as regular as th ree
square meals a clay. Each year a noon-
hour basketball league is organized to
play cluring the lunch hour. The purpose
of this league is to keep the stuclents "out
of mischief... It also gives the boys who
are not out for basketball a chance to
learn how to play the game--uncler the
care and guidance of the seconcl raters.
Ar the close of the league season the
teams have a tournament to determine
the chamrions-six ancl seven to a team.
including a few gracle stuclents.
GET THAT BALL
Jane Stutsman grabs the ball the
backboarcl for a rebouncl as two oppon-
ents try to snatch the out of her
hancls. No. the boys arenqt the only ones
who play noon-hour basketball-the girls
have a league of their own. They play
two days a week. while the boys play
three. If you havenit seen these girls
play basketball. you have really missecl
scmething. They go all out to win. even
more so than clo the boys. lt seems that
they prefer boys' rules. but play better
uncler girls- rules. What say. kicls?
ODDS AND ENDS
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