|Everett Shively 1926|
Everett Shively was born on 12-Dec-1904 in Waupecong, Miami County, Indiana. He died on 13-Apr-1977 in Bremen, Marshall County, Indiana. Everett was the son of Walter H. Shively and Janie Warfelt. He married Edith Frey on 12-May-1928.
From the research there are articles that indicate Everett Shively was good in sports. Located in The Kokomo Tribune, Friday, June 6, 1930, Page 18, Column 7:
Bunker HIll Youth Wins Twelfth Letter At Ball
(Special to the Tribune) Muncie, Ind., June 6--Everett "Jocko" Shively of Bunker Hill has been awarded a major letter in baseball by the athletic committee of Ball State Teachers' college. The award is the twelfth major award Shively has won in his four years at Ball State. He entered school before the freshman rule became effective and won major awards in football, basketball, and baseball that year and each season thereafter.
|Everett Shively 1929|
The newspaper obituary for Everett Shively was located in The Bremen Enquirer, April 21, 1977:
Everett J. Shively Succumbs
Everett L. Shively, 72, 403 S. Shumaker St., Bremen, died at 4:35 a.m., April 13 at Bremen Community hospital where he was admitted two hours earlier after having a heart attack at his home. The assistant school superintendent at Bremen until his retirement in 1969 after 30 years of teaching, Mr. Shively also coached basketball and baseball during his academic career.
He was born Dec. 12, 1904 in Miami county to Walter H. and Jane Warfelt Shively and was married May 12, 1928 to Edith Frey, who survives. Also surviving are one son, Jack J. Shively, South Bend; two granddaughters; two sisters, Violet (Mrs. Forrest) Zehring, Kokomo; and Esther (Mrs. Weldon) Worl, Bunker Hill; and one brother, Laurel Shively, Kokomo.
While serving in Bremen, Mr. Shively was a varsity basketball and baseball coach for a number of years besides his teaching duties. He began his teaching career in 1930 at Albany, where he also coached. Mr. Shively moved to Winamac in 1934, where he coached and taught. He earned his bachelor's degree at Ball State teachers college in 1930 and while an undergraduate, earned 12 varsity letters. Mr. Shively also played professional baseball for a short time after his graduation from Ball State.
He received his master's degree from Indiana university in 1945. Mr. Shively was appointed to the IHSAA State Athletic Council board of district one and he served in that capacity five years. He also was appointed as a member of the IHSAA control board for one year, during which time he was honored to present the Trester award at the conclusion of the Indiana state high school basketball championship in 1966.
Mr. Shively was instrumental in adding the football program to the Bremen school system in 1954.
He was past president of Bremen's Kiwanis club; was a member of Masonic lodge 280, F. and A.M., at Miami; and was a member of the Scottish Rite of South Bend, the Murat Shrine Temple of Indianapolis, the Indiana Retired Teachers Association and Grace United Methodist Church of Bremen.
Services were conducted at 1:30 p.m., April 15 at Mishler funeral home, Bremen, with Rev. Earl Owen, pastor of Grace United Methodist Church of Bremen, officiating. Burial was at Bremen cemetery.
|Everett, Violet, Laurel, Janie Warfelt Shively|
Everett Shively was the first child born to Walter H. Shively and Janie Warfelt. Other children born to Walter and Janie included: Laurel born 11-Jan-1908 Waupecong, Miami Co., IN died 12-Apr-1986 Miami Co, IN, buried Santa Fe Cem. He was married 1st to Helen W. Childers on 29-Jun-1929 and 2nd to Dorothy Cunningham on 28-May-1966; Violet born 2-Jun-1910 died 29-May-2009 buried Galveston Cem (Indiana). She was married on 27-Feb-1929 to Forrest Zehring; Esther D. born 6-Jan-1914 Waupecong, Miami County, IN died 21-Jan-2005 Bunker HIll, Miami Co., IN. She married Weldon L. Worl on 11-Aug-1934 in Bryan, Williams Co., OH
The parents of Walter H. Shively were Alfred Shively (23-Sep-1844 - 11-May-1935) and Amanda Strickler (12-Jul-1852 - 4-Jan-1937). Alfred Shively was the son of Israel Shively (1820-1866) and Cynthia Ann Brooks (1824-1890). Israel Shively was the son of John Shively and Margaret. John Shively was the son of Conrad Shively and Mary Moyer.