Nashville High School - Talisman Yearbook (Nashville, IN)
- Class of 1959
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CHARLES LEFFLER, Assistant Editor
DAVID BESSIRE, Advertising Manager
BILL POOL, Elementary
BARBARA BESSIRE, Feature Editor
LARRY CRABTREE, Art
CHARLES ROUSH, Sports
MIKE PRITCHARD, Photography
DAVID SHERRILL, Sophomore
LINDA KING, Editor
JIM GREDY, Freshman
JERRY KELP, Junior
MRS. PAUL SNYDER, Advisor
MADELINE SHIELDS, Faculty
As this year fades away into next, we seniors find our-
selves taklng our place among the alumni of Nashville High
But hlgh school days will not be forgotten and left be-
hlnd, for lt would be hard to forget the crowded halls. . . the
hours wasted ln study hall. . .the excitement of a close game
. . . the detention slips. . .cramrnlng for tests. . . the mad
scramble for the door. . .
To you, our underclassmen, we leave this 19 59 Talisman,
may each page which has been so carefully planned, serve
to recall to your mind many pleasant memories of the happy
days of this year at Nashville High School.
CLASS OF '59
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It is our sincere hope that the Talisman will truly depict
the varied activities at Nashville High School. In future years
it will recall to our memories the events which have made this
school year so interesting and so valuable to all students.
Through the untiring efforts of the Talisman staff and their
sponsor, all the many phases of school work and activity have
been represented . The years will magnify the value of good
scholarship, participation in school activities, and the desire
to acquire knowledge. Our earnest desire for every member
of the graduating class is that you may have the greatest suc-
cess in achieving those ambitions which have become such an
important part of your life. Finally we wish to thank the stu-
dents, teachers, and parents, who have helped to make this
school year such a great success.
The quality of :nercy if not stminedg h
It droppezh, ax the gentle min from heaven
Upon the place heneathg it is twice hlesfd --
It hlessezh him that giver, and him that takes.
IR.A J. HUNTINGTON
Superintendent of Schools
B.S. . M.S.
Vice President of
WARREN OGLE CARL CARPENTER
Principal President of School
Indiana University Board
DAVID CLINE LEONARD PERCIFIELD
Secretary of Treasurer of School
School Board B0-'Hd
EVELYN COFFEY LESTQN DECKARD VEDA PETRO
Member of 5Ch001 Attendance Officer SCCICIMY to
I dare aio all that may become a many
Who daref do more, is none.
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J. PATRICK PAGE
B.S. , Indiana
B.S. , Purdue
A.B. , Indlana
B.S. . Indiana
B.S. , S.I.U.
B.S., Ill. Wesleyan
A.B. , Ball State
Health and Safety
M.A. . Columbia
JOHN M. WILLIAMS
B. S. , Ball State
B.M. , M.M.
Band and Music
H. W, BRAND
A. B. .
B.A. , I.M.C.
B.S. , Indiana
B. S. , Manchester
B. S. , M. S.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball
3,4, Softball 1, 2, Track 3, Dra-
ma 3, Chorus 3, Boys' State 3,
First Three-Letter Man 3, Class
Officer 2, 4, Letterman's Club
2, 3, Talisman Staff 4,
MA DELINE SHIELDS
Class Officer 1. 2, 3, 4, Cheer-
leader 2, 3,4, Basketball Queen
2, Prom Queen 3, Chorus 3,
Talisman Staff 4, Office Work
3, Scholar Staff 4, Drama 3, 4,
Pep Club 1,
MIKE PRITC HARD
Talisman Staff 3,4, Drama 3, 4,
Chorus 3, Band 1, 2, Junior Heart
Committee 3,4, Basketball Man-
ager 2, 3,4, Letterman's Club
LINDA ROBERTS JAMES ALVEY NANCY ARTHUR
Cheerblock 4. Scholar Staff 4. Scholar Staff 4,
HOWARD ZODY PATRICIA SCOTT
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Baseball 23 Cheerblock 3, 43 Newspaper staff
Softball 13 Student Council 43 3,41 Reporter 33 Drama 43 Office
Drama 3,43 Class Officer 1, 3g W0rk 3.
Boys' Stare 3,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Student
Council 33 Talisman Staff 4
Projectionest Staff 1, 2, 3, 4.
ANNIE BRA NAMAN NELSON ROBERTS
Cheerblock 4, Scholar Staff 4,
Cheerblock 1, 2, 3, 43 Chorus 3
Scholar Staff 4,
CHARLES ROUSH GLENNA GREATHOUSE DAVE GORDON
Basketball 1, 2, 3,45 Talisman Cheerblock 3, 4: Scholar Staff Basketball Maflfigel' 1. 2. 33 News-
Staff 4, Softball 1, 2, 3, Base- 45 Office Work 35 Class Re- PHPCI' 3: Sludefll Council 43 Class
ball 45 Track 1, 2, 33 Newspaper porter 3, Officer 1, 2, 3, Drama 45 Projec-
Staff 3, Class Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, rionest Staff 1, 2, 3.
JUDY HARDEN JOSEPH BOND SYLVIA CHILDS
Cheerblock 4. Drama 3, 45 Chorus 3,
Class Officer 2, 3: PepClub
1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club Officer
3: Talisman Staff 4: Schol-
ar Staff 4: Junior Heart
Committee 3, 4: Chorus 3:
Drama 3, 4: Correspondent
Basketball 1,2, 3,4: Base-
ball 2, 3: Track 3: Letter-
mans Club, 2, 3, 4: Talis-
man Staff 4: Prom King 3:
Carnival King 1: Drama 3,
4: Class Officer 1,2, 3,4.
Drama 3,4: Chorus 3: Pep
Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Talisman
Staff 4: Scholar Staff 4:
Correspondent 3: Office
Work 1,2: Junior Heart
Chairman 3, 4: Red Cross
JERRY KELP LOIS ROBERTS DON HAMMOND
Basketball 1,2, 3, 4: Talis- Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Scholar Basketball 2: Baseball 2:
man Staff 4: Projectionest Staff 4: Chorus 3. Scholar Staff 4.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Ta
SUSAN SCHROUGHAM IA MES GREDY
lis- Cheerleader 3, Cheerblock Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Base-
man Staff 4, Class Reporter 1.2, 4, Scholar Staff 4, Drama ball 4, Drama 4, Class
3, Lettermans Club 2, 3, 4, Brown Co. Queen 4. Officer 1, 2, 3,Class Reporter
Softball 1. 4: Scholar Staff 4.
JUDY KING JAMES BOWMAN KAY WHITE
B8Sk6Ib311 QUCCH 3: CUOYUS Softball 1,2. Cheerblock 1, 2, 3, 4, Drama
3: CVICCTUIOCR 1.2. 3.4: 3, Chorus 3, Scholar Staff4.
Scholar Staff 4.
WILLIAM POOL DELILAH HOOVER
Basketball 1.2,3. 4: Cross Scholar Staff 4, Chorus 3,
Country 2, 3, Drama 3: Band 1.
Chorus 3, Talisman Staff4.
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Softball
1, 2, 3.
WAYNE FOLLOWELL ROGER BILLINGS
SHARON HA MMOND
Basketball 3. Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 2, Scholar Staff 4: Drama 3-
3, 4: Chorus 35 Drama 4.
ROBERT MA LA N
Basketball 1,2g Softball 2.
Cheerblock 45 Scholar
Staff 4: Entered from Col-
RONALD DECKARD DEAN ROBERTS JOHN MOORE
Basketball 2, 3. Scholar Staff 4. Captain of Safety Patrol 1
2, 3: Scholar Staff 4.
ln August 1955, 48 expectant teen-agers enrolled in Nashville High
School. Initiation, the real beginning of high school, was held a few days
after school began. The Seniors, armed with paddles, and the Freshmen
dressed in their parents clothing, were excused from school for the day.
That night a party was held for the Freshmen at the lower shelder house. In
November the class sponsored a fun house and fortune telling booth at the
school carnival. David Bessire was voted Carnival King. In April we sold
colored chickens and raffled off rabbits to raise money. During May, under
the direction of our English teacher, Mrs. Jack Oliver, we published a news-
paper named, "THE NINTI-l'S NOSEY NEWS" and a booklet of limericks
written by us. Our class officers for this year were, Howard Zody, Presidentg
David Bessire, Vice President: and Madeline Shields, Secretary-Treasurer.
Our sponsor was Mrs. Belulah Grant.
We entered the Sophomore Class on a bright day in September, 1956.
For the school camival we held a basketball toss, cake walks, a turkey
raffle, and sold refreshments. The class sold salt water taffy to make money.
November ll, our class rings arrived from the Herff Jones Company. In
March we held a basketball game between the women and the girls, and
the businessmen and alumni. At the end of the year, the class went to
Spring Mill State Park with the Juniors. Madeline Shields was elected
cheerleader, and also reigned as basketball queen. Our sponsor this year
was Mrs. E. K. Congram. Our class officers were, David Bessire, Presidents
Larry Crabtree, Vice Presidentg Madeline Shields, Secretaryg and Linda
Our Junior year was busier than any before. Our first project was selling
taffy at the County Fair. This year six members of our class played varsity
basketball, and two girls, Madeline Shields and Susan Schrougham were
elected cheerleaders. Judy King reigned as basketball queen. This year
the class won the intra-mural basketball games, and Larry Crabtree became
the first three-letter -man at Nashville. He won letters in basketball,
track, and baseball. Christmas we earned money by selling fruit cakes.
The class also sold candy at noon, and refreshments at all home ball games.
Our two biggest projects were the Junior-Senior Prom, and the Junior Play,
The Prom, held at the Van Orman Hotel, in Bloomington, was April 25.
Music was fumished by Rick Sutherland, while Madeline Shields and Dave
Bessire were crowned Prom King and Queen. The play, entitled SEVENTEEN
IS AWFULLY YOUNG, under the direction of Mrs. Paul Snyder, was given
in the gymnasium, April 11, The Juniors held the first graduation dance this
year. The class decorated the Rogers Bldg. and furnished cokes. A disc
jockey. Jerry Chapman, MC'D the evening. Two members of the class
were employed by the Brown County Democrat and The Evening Republican
of Columbus, to write school news. They were Linda King and Barbara
Bessire. This was the first year for a student council at N.H.S. Charles
leffler represented our class.
Our Senior year began late, due to the construction of a new grade school
For three reasons this was our big yearl First, for the first time, the High
School was set apart from the grade school. Second, because Van Buren
School consolidated with Nashville, and Third, because at last we are
Seniors! Our first activity was initiation, held three weeks after school began
A party was held for the honored freshmen at the Upper Shelder House that night
At the county fair the class sold tickets at the rides and Susan Schroughams
was elected queen. Results of the cheerleader elections were announced, and
Madeline Shields was elected for the third time. The next class project were
magazine sales. ln October the Seniors held a combination Pep Rally and
Dance, two nights before the opening of basketball season. The annual staff
worked hard from October until March, completing the '59 Talisman. The
Senior play, entitled THE NERVOUS WRECK, was a great success. The cast
and director, Mrs. Gondring worked diligently to make it so. Sylvia Childs
won the Betty Crocker Homemaker award, and Madeline Shields became
the Good Citizen of Brown County. For the first time Ioumalism was taught,
and that class published THE SENIOR SCHOLAR. Representatives of the Student
Council were Howard Zody and Dave Gordon. In April, the Seniors held a
basketball game between students and businessmen. Senior class officere are,
Larry Crabtree, Presidentg Dave Besslre, Vice President, Madeline Shields,
Secretary: and Charles Roush, Treasurer. Mr. Warren Ogle, Principal,
sponsored the class.
Baccalaureate Service was held Sunday evening, at 7:00 o'clock, on
May 24. The exercises were held in the Christian Church, with the Rev-
erend Edward Simon officiating.
Commencement was held in the Multi-purpose room, of the new grade
school. The class held a student -commencement, with speeches from the
Senior class President, the Valedictorian, and the Salutatorian. The date
was May 27
During June the class took their Senior trip, spending four days in New
York and two in Pittsburgh. This was an exciting and wonderful time for us.
We, the Senior Class of '59, even though proven to be mentally unstable,
and physically incapable, and disregarding the advice of their psychiatrist,
do hereby declare this their last will and testament.
To the community, the faculty, and majority of students, we will nothing.
Our reasons for this decision are, first we feel that as a class we have salvaged
nothing that they want, and anything that we might have, we will surely need
in the forthcoming years. The few things that we individually possess, and feel
noteworthy, we leave to the following people:
I, James Alvey, bequeath to Scotty Ayers, all my girl friends of the Mickey
I, Nancy Arthur, will my ability to keep my mouth shut in fifth period study
hall to Mary Lou Followell. To Eddie Rose, I leave my fingernails to
I, Dave Bessire, will my loving ways with the women to George Meek, and
my ugliness to Dan Crabtree.
I, Barbara Bessire, will my ability to carry on the family name to Judy Bessire.
May she keep it popular with the faculty as Ihave done.
I, Sandra Akers, leave my long blond hair to Bettie Smith. My ability to
switch schools every year to Margaret Winninger.
Roger Billings, will my ability to get out of school for three days just to get
a haircut, to Ktrt Jones.
Joe Bond, will my ability to get along with others to Dave, my brother.
Jim Bowman, will my ability to stay in school to Dennis McGee and my
flat top to Peggy Tickstun.
Annie Branaman, will my long halr to Elma Smith, and my shorthand
ability to Janet Shipley.
Sylvia Childs, will my love of boys to C arloyn Voland, and my Senior
Cords to Fem llogston.
Joyce Cox, will my ability to own a mule to Jerry Hynes, and my yearly
trip out of Brown County to Mr. Page.
Bob Cross, leave my good looks to Felix Woods, and my ability to study,
to Don Riely, even when girls are around.
Larry Crabtree, will to Steve Miller, my glasses. That's so he can see
good-looking girls when visiting Bloomington.
Ronald Deckard, will my ability to stay away from the girls to Darrel Lucas
and my skill in keeping a car between the side ditches to Wayne Graham.
Wayne Followell, will my women to Darrel Lucas, and my seat in book-
keeping class to Steve Gore. '
Jim Gredy, will my ability to smoke in the restroom and get away with it,
to Raymond Tompson. To Dan Crabtree, I leave my '39 Ford, and all
the girls that go with it,
Glenna Greathouse, will my seat in the pep club to Mary Lou Sietz.
Dave Gordon, will my slim shape to Dallas Styles, and Betty Smith
to---oh, to no one.
Don Hammond, will my ability to throw rods to Eddie Rose. Don't wind
her too tight, Fuzzyl
Sharon Hammond, will my long black hair to Marilyn Arthur, and my
sense of humor to Peggy Thickstun.
Judy Harden, will my ability to talk ln study hall to Shirley Preston, and
my skill in dragging to Hershall Stines.
Delilah Hoover, will my height to Jerry Hynes and my love for study halls
to Charles Graham.
Jerry Kelp, will my ability to play ice hockey to anyone who has the patience
to sit down and play the game.
Judy King, will my '54 Ford to the forthcoming ACES, may they drive it
as much as the original ACES did.
Linda King, will my intelligence that enables me to stay out late at night
and get away with it to Judy Besslre. To Kay Percifield, I leave my
hiking boots. Tell Glen I said "thanks. "
Charles Leffler, will my ability to play "spoons" to John Hutchinson.
Keep'um in tune, Hutch.
Bob Malan, will my ability to skip classes to Susie Kummerer, and my
Gov't book to Ray Tompson.
Richard Matlock, will my false tooth to Jim Jeans, and my long curly hair
to Bonnie Smith.
Bill Pool, will my ability to get along with Mrs. Snyder to Don Reilly, and
my weight to Larry Collins.
Mike Pritchard, will my ability to drive a jeep to John Hutchinson. Watch
out for those lonely trees, Hutch.
I, John Moore, will my '46 Chev to my brother Grover, and my way of getting
my lessons to Brenda Bendler.
I, Dean Roberts, will my books to the Junior girls, I hope they won't use them
any more than I did.
I, Kathy Roberts, will my ability to yell at the ball games to Norma Floyd.
Cheer them on, Norm.
I, Lois Roberts, will my curly halr to Barbara Foster. To Karen Wolfram, I
leave my motto: "Speak softly, and carry a big stlck. "
I, Nelson Roberts, will my way with Mr. Kirk to Frank Tilton, and my seat
ln Iournallsm to anyone that needs lt.
I, Linda Roberts, will my Senior Sklrt to Judy Kelp. Hope it fits you.
I, Charles Roush, leave my 'way with the deer' to anyone that drives. To.
Mlckle Keller, I leave my posltlon on the ball team,
I, Susan Schroughams, will my ability to throw the bowling ball forward to
Connie Bowden. To Shirley Preston, I leaver Jer.
I, Pat Scott, will my big mouth, and my ability to always laugh and cut up
to Lois Taggart.
I, Dave Sherrlll, leave my outstanding personality to Brenda Wheeler.
May she make the most of it. My convertible, to my little brother John,
It'1l never last.
I, Madeline Shields, will my ability to sit at the same table with Joe Miller
at the Prom, to Jean Knight.
I, Kay White, leave to my cousins, Bonnie and Connie, a fellow Senior, Bob
Malan. I also leave them my ability to get along with my relatives.
I, Morrie Zody, will my title of Horny Toad to Steve Miller, and my height
to Dick Hole.
ln Witness thereof, we attach the signature of the Class of '59,
It doesn't seem possible that lt's been twenty years since the Class of '59
graduated from Nashville High. Ican remember so well, all of the studentsg
shooting paper wads, cheating on exams, laughing and joking. Remember the
thrill of skipping school for a day, or sending someone to the store for candy
and potato chips? Sad but true, those days are gone forever, and in their place
we find these same students scattered all over the world.
Take Charles Leffler for example. Charlie moved to New York soon after
graduation, working for an aviation company I think. I believe at present, he
is studying take-offs. Bave Besslre inherited a large sum of money from a rich
relative, and bought himself a cargo plane. He's now a part-time playboy and
bush pilot, wooing the Eskimo squaws, and flying shipments of banana trees to
the Northern reaches of Canada. Joyce Cox tried to get out of Brown County for
several years but couldn't quite make it. The last we heard, she was stable
girl at the State Park. Charles Roush planned on playing professional ball, and
tried out for the St. Louis Hawks, but unfortunately dldn't make the team. He
returned to Brown County where he is employed as janitor of the Old Hickory.
Pat Scott moved out west, where she is sole owner of a potato farm in the Idaho
Iim Bowman and Bob Cross went to work for Cummins Engine Co. lim
is a sprint car driver for the Co. , and Bob is head of the Engineering Dept.
Jerry Kelp and Amrie Branaman were married a few years after graduation.
Jerry is driving stocks at Salem, trying to support his wife and five children.
Sylvia Childs went to work in California, as flour tester for the Betty Crocker
Mills, located there. Delilah Hoover had several auditions for radio and tel-
evision, and finally replaces Annett on the Mickey Mouse Club show. Annett
married the Master of Ceremonies, who by this time was James Alvey. Joe
Bond bought one hundred acres of land out by Belmont and now has a very
successful tobacco farm. Nancy Arthur got caught in one of those famous
Brown Co., floods, and when it stopped raining, she found herself in Louis-
ville. She opened up a fireworks stand, and has been there ever since. Dave
Sherrill recently won the Pulitzer Prize for writing several books on biology.
He and Jonas Salk are now rooming together while instructing at Iohn Hopkins
Linda King moved to southern Africa to open a post office. At the last
word, she and a tribal chieftain were smoking the peace pipe and discussing
ways to improve the relations between the two races. Larry Crabtree, who
always had a knack for clowning during high school, graduated from Indiana
University, and returned to New York. He changed his name to Lark Bable
and is starring in Broadway's latest hit play. Madeline Shields has a job at
I. U. , cooking at the Commons. Before she graduated from there she was
head cheerleader for the Hurrin' Hoosiers. Ronald Deckard and Wayne Follo-
well joined the Navy, then received an overseas discharge. They are current-
ly employed on a large pineapple plantation in Hawaii, checking the young
plants for fungus and other diseases.
Roger Billings stayed around Nashville for,awhile then moved to Colum-
bus. He's still drawing his wages from the unemployment bureau, but as a
sideline, keeps watch on the courthouse curb. Another classmate of ours,
Dave Gordon, moved to Kentucky. By a lucky coincidence Jim Gredy was
living in the same territory. Together they set up the world's largest still.
I understand they were doing quite well until they began counterfeiting money
on the side. They were apprehended when Dave tried to spend a seven dol-
lar bill. Don Hammond moved to Alaska in search of gold, and after strik-
ing it rich, bought the Falstaff Brewing Company. He is presently living in
Chicago with his Eskimo bride. Richard Matlock was appointed truant officer
of Brown Co. You know what regular attendance Dick kept when he was a
Senior, so you can well imagine that no one ever skips school at Nashville.
Remember Morrie Zody? Morrie's living in Florida now. After traveling
around the country for many years, he settled in Okachobee, where he owns
and operates an alligator farm. Another classmate of ours is working in Flor-
ida too. Kathy Roberts is working in beautiful Cyprus Gardens, where she is
head mechanic on the skiing boats. Linda Roberts worked for T. W,A. as an
airline hostess, until the plane she was on crashed in the Swiss Alps. After
staying there for awhile she became interested in skiing. She is now one -
of the most noted of all women skiers. I suppose all of you know of Mike
Pritchard's outstanding success ln the field of science. In 1974, when Mike.
and his crew were launching a rocket into outerspace, Mike accidently be-
came locked in the ship. Last month he made his seventh circle around the
sun. His wife, Kay White Pritchard, is waiting patiently, hoping that Mike
will soon be out of orbit. Lois Roberts is living in Bloomington now, she's
house mother of Beta Theta Phi. Bob Malan took a trip to Las Vagas
and forgot to come home. After three years at the blackjack tables he managed
to win quite an amotmt. He now owns an ostrich farm in Utah.
High honors were bestowed on two of our classmates, Bill Pool and Nelson
Roberts. They traveled to Australia, and to the joy of all Americans, captured
the Davis Cup for the first time in fifteen years. Susan Schroughams is livlng
in Columbus now, working for Bell Telephone Company. She's chief inspector
of telephone poles in that vicinity. Sharon Hammond is one of the few people
who can make their main interest their life's work. You all know what an in-
terest Sharon had in flowers during high school. Well, she is now a profession-
al flower judgeg judging all the floral exhibits in New Zealand. You remember
how Judy Harden always talked about racing: I understand that she and John
Moore bought a track of land up Greasy Creek and have opened a dirt track.
Incldently, John won a trophy in the feature at Columbus last month. Sandra
Akers joined the Women's Air Corps and is stationed in Novia Scotia. She was
promoted to Sergeant and is in charge of feeding the Corp's Homing Pigeons.
Judy Klng became a successful writer after her graduation from Indiana Busi-
ness College. A few months ago, one of her stories appeared in True maga-
zine. "Information on the care of guns, " was the title.
After extensive training, Barbara Bessire decided to swim the English
Channel. She set a record as being the only woman to ever swim the Channel
blindfolded. She later returned to Nashville where she was made honorary
lifeguard at the Park Pool. Glenna Greathouse and Dean Roberts were living
on the coast of Japan at the last report. Dean owns a pearl farm and goes
deep sea diving for relaxation. Glenna ls a frogman for Red China, spending
several hours a day trying to get to Formosa.
Now you know of the outstanding success of the Seniors of '59. Each
member of the class has embarked upon a profession worthy of him. We
hope, that ln the future, rising generations will remember us, and use our
memories as an inspiration to do greater, and more noteworthy deeds.
On Monday, October 28, we gathered with
hearts saddened by the news of the death on
October 26, 1957 of our fellow classmate
and friend, Jimmy Jacobs.
Although his place is now empty, we will
think of him often and remember him always.
The class of '59 and their sponsor, Mr. Ogle, posed atop several of the Seniors' cars.
Three Senior boys attended Indiana
Boys' State at Bloomington, Indiana
Mike Pritchard, was elected Senator.
Morrie Zody, was elected Deputy
Sheriff from Jackson Co.
Larry Crabtree, was appointed State
Trooper from the convention.
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SENIOR CORDS AND SKIRTS HAVE LONG BEEN A TRADITION AT NASHVILLE HIGH
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KNEELING, left to right: Celia Rogers, Carolyn Roberts, Pat Reilly, Steve Spicer, Dave Rose,
Connie Collins, Darlene Sokol, ROW 1, standing, left to right: Don Dewees, Robbie Bowden,
Karen Ayers, Pat Powell, Brenda Greathouse, Sharon Kinman, Candy Coles, Neddie Roberts,
Jackie Keller, Donna Mattingly, Faye Deckard. ROW 2, left to right: Betty Roberts, Pete
Sturns, Bev Cross, Dave Wininger, Janet Bessire, Chuck Snyder, Grover Moore, Mike Dickey,
Leon Pittman, Billy Robertson.
DRUM MAJOR AND
LEFT TO RIGHT: Darlene Sokol
Don Dewees, and Celia Rogers,
The uniforms pictured at the
right were purchased from the
Band Carnival sponsored by the
Band Boosters held in June, 1958
LEFT TO RIGHT: Kay Percifield, Sophomore, Faye Deckard, Eighth, Dave Gordon,
Senior, Howard Zody, Senior, Betty Mullis, Junior, and Steve Miller, Freshman.
The Student Council, formed
only one year ago, has done much
to improve our school.
The Council, advised by the
principal, had a Valentine's Dance
took a census of all preschool chil-
dren in Brown County, and named
the yearbook last year,
President, HOWARD ZODY
Vice President, DAVE GORDON
Secretary, KAY PERCIFIELD
Treasurer, STEVE MILLERS
LEFT TO RIGHT: Mimi Gredy, Vice President, Marcia Kritzer, Sec-
retary: Katherine Wilkerson, President, Peggy Shipley, Treasurer,
ROW ONE: Cox, Greathouse, Scott, Hammond, Hardin, Branaman, Roberts, King, Roberts,
Bessire, King, Schrougham, Roberts, White, ROW TWO: Shields, Sturgen, Henry, Jackson,
West, Seitz, Wilkerson, Richardson, Logston, Bendler, Bradley, Mullis, Wheeler. ROW
THREE: Donaldson, Roberts, Kritzer, Floyd, Thickstun, Bessire, Gredy, Bowden, Smith,
Winninger, King, Kinser, Greathouse, Percifield, ROW FOUR: Tompson, Ayers, Hammond,
Ayers, Cross, Greathouse, Mattingly, Kummerer, Rogers, McVaugh, Leggett, Bessire, and Shipley
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K. Roberts, D, Hammond. I. Alvey, K, White, B. Wheeler, B, Bessire, D, Hoover
S, Hammond, N, Arthur, G. Greathouse,
Brenda Wheeler, Junior, was corre-
spondent for the Columbus, Evening
Linda King, Senior, wrote a weekly
column for the Brown Co. Democrat
This is the second year for such
articles to appear in the papers,
Last year Linda wrote for the Dem-
ocrat and Barbara Bessire, for the
ROW ONE: B. Followell, C. Voland, L. Ayers, G, Greathouse, D.
Sokol, P, Shipley, A, McVaugh, C, Rogers. ROW TWO: I. Smith,
D, Mattingly, S, Lawson, S, Hanner, B, Smith, J, Rogers, C. Smith,
S, Preston, ROW THREE: J, Wrightsman, A, Bradley, K, Wolfram,
R, Moore, S, Miller, D, Voland, I, Wrightsman, S, Percifield, B.
STANDING: Manager M. Prichard, I. Kelp, D. Crabtree, L. Crabtree, C. Roush, J.
Hynes, D. Sherrill, D. Leffler, D. Bessire, B. Pool, J. Hutchison, J. Gredy, H. Zody,
Coach Ted Shisler. YELL LEADERS: Kay Percifield, Madeline Shields, Brenda Wheeler,
DAVE Brsssms CHARLES RoUsH LARRY CRABTREE
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HOWARD ZODY CHARLES LEFFLER HM GREDY
Guard Forward Guard
JERRY KE'-P DAVE SHERRILL BILL POOL
Guard Center-Forward Center
High School Cheerleaders: Madeline Shields, Brenda Wheeler, Susie Miller, Kay Per-
STANDING: Coach Kenneth Zody, K. Krebbs, I. Pritchard, C. Snyder, S. Kritzer,
R. Thompson, D. Riley, Manager H. Meshburger. FRONT: R. Crabtree, B. Robertson,
J. Kennedy, S. Miller, I. Petro, M. Keller.
Managers: Left to
STANDING: Manager M. Dickey, J. Kelp, H. Jackson, J. Hammond, J. Hatchett,
Coach Kenneth Zody, R. Smith, L. Billings, B. Kritzer, D. Rose, Manager P. Riley
CHEERLEADERS: Connie Collings, Edith Conrad, Candy Coles.
Cheerleaders: Candy Coles, Edith Conrad, Connie Collings
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STANDING: Coach Kenneth Zody, H. Zody, S. Miller, I. Hutchison, B. Pool, C.
Roush, J. Hynes, D. Bessire, L. Crabtree, J. Pritchard, J. Kelp, R. Thompson, Coach
Ted Shisler. FRONT: R. Crabtree, E. Hochstedler, Manager M. Pritchard, M. Keller
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NASHVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL ROSTER 1958-1959
SC HED ULE
Coach - TED SHISLH2
Assistant Coach - KENNETH ZODY
Principal - WARREN OGLE
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This ls Nashvllle's beautiful new elementary school which ls located just south of
The bulldlng houses slxmeen large classrooms, plus locker rooms. a multi-purpose
room and cafeteria.
Nearly five hundred students were enrolled here in this, its first year.
We are happy to know that our children wlll he able to attend such a fine new school
B.S. . Indlana
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This new cafeteria, located in the Elementary School, serves botn the grades and the high
school. Each day, approximately four hundred and fifty meals are served. Here, Melinda
King and Ethel Rogers clean the kitchens after a busy day
Cafeteria Cooks: Blanch Clark, Melinda King, Ethel Rogers, Marjorie Taylor, June
Coffey, and Ruth Ennis.
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JUNIOR HEART BOARD
Freshmen ----- Janet Bessue
Sophomore ---- Judy Bessire
Juniors ----- Brenda Wheeler
Seniors - - - - Mike Pritchard
Jr. Chairman - - Barbara Bessire
Mrs. Kenneth Schneider,
The Junior Heart Board of Brown County, organized for three years, recently became
a part of Nashville High School. This year, as in prevlous years, the Junior Board has
filled the role of an adult board. The group planned a dance, held a blanket toss, can-
vassed the town on Heart Sunday, distributed posters and individual envelopes to all
schools in the County, addressed over seven hundred letters to residents here.
KJB SPHOR - Custodian
JAY RICE - Custodian
Nashville High School
Senior Class Play - cast - I
presented UThe Nervous Wreckn Pat Scott
Linda King Dave Gordon
DeC9mbST 5, 1953 Madeline Shields Jim Gredy
Susan Schroughams Merrie Zody
Barbara Bessire Roger Billings
WSeventeen is Awfully Youngn
Junior Class Play
April ll, 1958
TO ALL PARENTS
Members ofthe 1959 graduating class will have an unusual distinction. You
will be the first in history of Nashville High School to be graduated with a rating
equal to that of the finest high schools in the state. This results from Nashville
High School having been awarded a first class commission from the state of
Indiana, the highest it has ever enjoyed and comparable in every respect with
those awarded schools in Indianapolis, Hammond, Bloomington, and other
cities which long have been recognized for the educational excellence of their
schools. It is the result of improvements in the curriculum, in the teaching
staff, and other facilities which are evaluated by the Indiana State Board of Ed-
The newrating is something in which you, as well as the entire community,
Ira L. Huntington
Superintendent of Schools
can feel genuine pride.
CLASS OF 1959 AS EIGHTH GRADERS
The Senior Class of 1959 wishes to express their thanks to Mr. Kenneth Reeve
for the fine art work of the school that he contributed for the cover of this 1959
Also many thanks to our sponsor and to our annual advisor. Mr. Ogle and Mrs
Snyder. Without their help this annual could not have been possible.
SENIOR CLASS OF 1959
Class of 1959
Parents, Teachers and Schoolmates:
With hearts full of gratitude to
our school, teachers and friends, we
now accept the status of full-fledged
graduates, and step out into the world
with a new sense of growth and respon-
Since we are soon to set forth on
new ways there must be a parting from
the old. Goodbye to the years of our
childhood. Farewell to the school we
have known so long. And au revoir to
teachers and schoolmates left behind.
cannot express our feelingsg they
too deep. You must read between
lines to get the full significance of
depth of our emotions. But since
know us so well, since there has
been such intimacy of neighborhood
community, everyone of you
knows the fullest meaning of my final,
concluding word "Farewell. "
Class of 1959
Classmates and friends:
To begin well is the secret of
successg to set forth with the firm
foundation, to have within one's
self the stern determination to
succeed and succeed fairly from
the start - these are the qualities
that cast their shadows over one's
future. These are factors that
spell accomplishment in capital
The status of myself and my
fellow graduates is due to influences
about us. We had parents who rea-
lized the importance of education
and the value of sending us to
school every day that we might
not fall behind. We are going to
graduate because we had teachers
who cherished the principle of
thoroughness. In other words, we
started well, and the handicaps fell
on the other side of the fence.
The important thing about the
lesson that we have learned is its
very pertinent application to future
days. It was one for a lifetime.
Tim above all -- fo thine ownjelf be true,
And it mmf follow, as the night the day,
Thou mm! not then be false to any man.
Good-Luck Kids, go out and
make a. name for yourselves .
And remember --- when better
buildings need building, we 'll
build 'em I
Building and Supply Company
. . . DESIGN FOR
All of the people in
this picture - the six
young folks from N. H. S.
and the two engineers
from Arvin's Research
Department - are doing
The engineers are de
signing new products andiprocesses for better living - the students
are getting in school a design for good useful lives after their
Best of luck to all Seniors!
Arvin INDUSTRIES, Inc.
- General Offices - Columbus, Indiana
"It'S Easy to Pay the Times Way" Compliments of S. C. ACTON
Diamonds - Watches - Silverware
TIMES CREDIT JEWELERS MOTEL
202. North Walnut St. Air conditioned TV
Bloomington, Indiana LO 8-4455 R.R. 1943 Nashville
Nashville , Indiana
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THE Two Shows
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' A Friendly Country Gift
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Beanblos som , Indiana
Phone LO8- 227 2
Nashville , Indiana
That these "Grads" can now apply their Knowledge in useful
citizenship for a better town, state, and country.
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Newspaper . . . Job Printing
"Brown County's Only Newspaper"
Parking 6 Days
Is Never From
a Problem 7:00-7:00
WALKER'S I G A FOOD LINER
Foot Long Hot Dogs
Root Beer - Frosted Orange
Nashville , Indiana
Builders of Peace,
B1-ook's and Shultz
Homes . . .
of Any Type Any Where
BROWN COUNTY ART GUILD
Na s hville , Indiana
CTE co Road No. 46
Phone 22813 Gas and Oil
HIGH SPEED RECAPS
319 South Madison
High Speed Recaps -
- Run Longer
Compliments of X
"THE STORE FOR MEN"
Corner 4th and Washington
Columbus , Indiana
2 Mi. East of Nashville
BURNSIDE BUCK LEMON
Parts and Service "First in Furniture"
Freetown, Indiana Bedford Bloomington
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Here is our Columbus, Indiana plant which produces all the
nationally-advertised COSCO metal furniture for home and
office ----- step stools, kitchen stools, utility and serving
carts, Fashionfold card tables and chairs, juvenile seating
and playtime furniture, upholstered chairs, settees, sofas
and ottomans, occasional tables, office chairs, and busi-
ness furniture .
You have just achieved an important goal in your life.
Throughout the years to come, you will be setting other
goals for yourselves, and we sincerely hope that you will
experience, time and time again, the joy which comes with
To every member of the 1959 graduating class, BEST
WISHES FROM ALL OF US!
HAMILTON COSCO, INC. - Columbus, Indiana
NASHVILLE CURIO SHOP
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BROWN COUNTY FURNITURE
MART Nashville, Indiana
Complete Home Furnishings
MRS. W. G. SCHNEPF
WESTERN AUTO STORE
FRED TILTON Frozen Custard
Nashville , Indiana
Batteries Motor Oil
Gas for Less
GENE EDDY: Owner Nashville, Indiana
YOUR BIG YEAR
Best Wishes for a Bright Future
JOHNSON CREAMERY CO.
Is Our Motto"
7 th Street
Phone ED2- 21 26
"The Rexall Store"
Cosmetics - Candy - Gifts
on Duty at All Times
GLADYS AND FLOYD COX
to the graduating class
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Nashville , Indiana
G. C. MURPHY
"The Friendly Store"
HAPPY AND LOIS CHRISTMANS
BROWN COUNTY ARTCRAFT
Signs - Silk Screen
St. Rd. 135 at Fruitdale
SCOTT SALES 8: SERVICE
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308 Washington St.
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1300 E. Third St. Phone 7271 Phone 22200
WM. E. GARLOCH, Agent
Oil - Gas
Best Wishes to
CLASS OF '59
Nashville , Indiana
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SOUTHERN SPORTING GOODS CO.
113 East Kirkwood
Bloomington, Indiana Phone 6093
Across From School
Pickup and Delivery
Tues . , Thurs . , Sat.
We Service RCA Victor
After Radio and
We Sell Television
Nashville, Indiana L08-4313
McDONALD CHEVROLET SALES
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Band Instru.ments -On Beautiful Lake Lemon
Phonographs - Accordions
Records - Sheet Music Compliments of
314 N. Walnut St.
Bloomington, Indiana MR. AND MRS. C. L. MICHAEL
RIHM'S IGA FOODLINER
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All Forms of Insurance---
Office Phone LY7-4860
Residence Phone LY7-4591
LOREN R. MOORE
F, H. A. Financing . . .
Rural Route 4
If You Have Used Cars
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING or Wrecks - We Buy and Sell---
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"Prescriptions Our Spe cialty"
Bloomington's Largest Shoe Store
MOTOR SALES CO.
Fords 'F I Goodyear Tires
Thunderbirds Am I Farm Tractors
Trucks XX I X' Farm Implements
Bicycles Phone ED9-9791 Socony Petroleum
302 S. College
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