Celebrities in the 50s

Youth Incorporated was where you went downtown to the bus shelters and you could catch a bus to spend the whole day at the camp for like a dollar a year. Hardware stores had these great huge displays of pocket knives to ogle.

Elvis and March Of Dimes (Charity Work in the 50’s)

Remember the advertising jingles of the times: Do you remember when Nashville was one of only two cities in the country to have a dental division and to have fluoride in the water Slow cooked in lemon juice, vinegar and real butter.

Remember the display windows of the department stores on Church St. Huell Howser had his "Happy Features" on Channel 4. Building model cars was cool and Phillips Toy Mart had them all.

The dentists in the health department would fix the cavities if you came in. Girls collected love loops off the back seams of the boys new oxford shirts.

The Pie Wagon in 12th Avenue featured a Boston and Denver sandwich and meats that were boiled, not fried.

Ladies would wear hats and gloves to visit Castner Knotts. Kids were busy all summer with programs provided by the parks. In fact, the guys met at Griff's Hamburgers on Sunday afternoons and rode their small Hondas, Harleys, Sears Crusaires and Cushman Eagles around the area and were totally harmless.

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Patrol girls only got to work at the school on the porch. We had lots of special media personalities. Taking ballet or flamenco lessons from Albertine Maxwell and also Joy Zibart who taught Modern Dance to generations of Nashville girls.

Kids wore goulashes over their good shoes in wet weather. At Shelby Park Day Camp kids looked forward to "Gold Rush Days" when gold painted rocks were hidden in the grass and gullies just waiting to be found. How about when Dan Miller giving us all a special gift of a fireplace crackling on TV or when WSM decided we needed Disco lessons each night during the news?

Elvis and March Of Dimes (Charity Work in the 50’s)

Slow cooked in lemon juice, vinegar and real butter. The Pie Wagon in 12th Avenue featured a Boston and Denver sandwich and meats that were boiled, not fried.

This website proves his point was well taken. Slow cooked in lemon juice, vinegar and real butter. Everybody had at least one toy made by Wham-O.

Prior to that Shirley Temple Dolls were really hot. Girls mostly played with Barbies after they came along in Do you remember when they came by for a count on hamburger day in the cafeteria?

Elvis and March Of Dimes (Charity Work in the 50’s)

Have you ever tasted anything as good as Lorenzo's Special Chicken Nolensville Road at Thompson Lane which was only served in limited supply on weekends?

Bill Hall and Ralph Emery worked in local rock and roll radio before settling down. Do you remember when they came by for a count on hamburger day in the cafeteria? Kids with extra money could order a second hamburger which was a big deal. It's still owned and operated by Varallo's. Zibart's pianist was Mr.

It was a real accomplishment if you could throw a pocket knife and stick it in a tree trunk. Girls mostly played with Barbies after they came along in Whether you were scoping babes in the boogaloo line at Pirates Cove or avoiding the drunken gaze of Bill Grewcook at Dons Den, you would have been under the same roof on the same night.

Nashville also had two dental vans that went from one area to another much like the bookmobiles Kids were encouraged to save and Fidelity Federal had the coolest piggy banks.

The dentists in the health department would fix the cavities if you came in. Boy scout knives were kinda lame in comparison to a slick pearl handled knife.

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