Tenino High School - Tehisco Yearbook (Tenino, WA)
- Class of 1949
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senior class of 1949,
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gan, Ir Kaiser, Mr Ekstedt, Mrs Fisher
fschool nurse and office attendantl Front
row Mrs Leonard, Miss O'Keefe, Mrs Mer
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IARVIN SCHAFER RALPH LACKEY
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Stanford University Super University of washingtgn,
lntendent of schools phy p 1 1 1 al abpa ometry
Ieoster in Ohio,B ea Ken
tueky- Bhysioal education,
ninth and eleventh English,
ninth social sc1ence,Jun1or
Morning Side College,
Sioux City, 1913, Western
Washington College of Edu
cation. Boys' physical edu
cation,seventh grade arith
metic, seventh grade social
sc1ence,seventh grade boys'
Linfield College, McMlnn
ville, Oregon, University
of Washington, Washington
State College, University
of Mexico, Behnke Walker
of Montana Spanish, short
hand, library, bookkeepin
Spanish Club adv1sor,fresh
Institute of Musical Edu
cation, Los Angeles, Uni
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ornia, Los Angeles, Conser
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estra,grade school singing,
Washington State College,
University of Washington
Agriculture, F F A advisor.
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Oregon State College
versity of Oregon Beaver
Tales advisor, Tehisco ad
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FRED DUNA GAN
University of Washington
Bellingham Normal, Oregon
State College Seventh and
eighth boys' penmanship,
spelling, social science
shop, sc1ence,health, math
San Jose State College of
College, College of Puget
Sound, University of Wash
University of Oregon Home
University of Washington,
Pacific Lutheran College
University of Iowa U. S
History, world history, so
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sophomore class advisor.
Indiana, Western Michigan
College Grade school Eng
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science, eighth grade boys'
English, seventh and eighth
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PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT
BUSINESS BUSINESS SICRETARY
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The Student Council, which is composed of the
officers of the Associated Student Body and two
elected representatives from each high school class
and one each from the seventh and eighth grades,
serves as a sunring committee for student affairs.
Faculty assistance is given by the superintendent
and principal of the school.
The council assists in making up the calendar of
events, settles conflicts which might occur among r
diferent Organizations, and has charge of finances
of en. A. s. B. A
The A. S. B. is largely financed by the sale of
student body tickets Other sources of income are
from adult admissions to sports' activities, school
plays, and other events that'might be scheduled
As well as taking care of student affairs, the
student council is most useful for the opportunity
it gives students to participate in government
which will make for better citizenship
The officers this year were president, Douglas
Tyrrell, vice president Robert Grayless, secre
tary, Shirley Tessier or the first time, it was
decided that the new business manager should take
over at mid year making it possible for her to work
under the tutelage of the old manager Patricia
Martin served as business manager for the first
semester w1th.Btty Baumgardner taking over at mid
Back row Mr Lackey, Douglas Tyrrell, Richard
Thomas, Robert Martin, Robert Grayless, Mr Scha
fer Second row David Norris, Edward Dorris,
Clinton Bush, Jack Baker, David Bush, Donald Bush,
Gene Knntz First row Eleanor Sargent, Patricia
Martin, Gwen Grhfin, Shirley Reynolds, Betty Baum
gardner, Lois Gonia, Sharon Wick, Ramona White,
Wanda Skeeter Shirley Tessier missed the camera.
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DOUGLAS TYRRE LL ROBERT GRAYLESS
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yearg football 41 basketball 43 baseball
4 class officer 4. Bobby hunting and
sblng Future logger.
ack Baker C-Tacksonlz Class offices
d 1, 2, 5 Bobby cars Futte-..
-Lola Aden Blue lnluh Class officer
l, Beaver Dies sta f 4, Tehisco staff 43
class play 4, operetta 1, chorus 1, band
5, 4, orchestra 1 2, 8 Hobby skating
andkletter writing Future college and
Jerry Bee Class representathf 8
Big T officer 5, 4, baseball 2, 5, If
basketball 2, 5, 4 football 2, 5 4
Hobby sports Future college
Clinton Slim Sports manager Ig degli
P F A officer 43 class officer 41
Bpan sh Club ofncer 4 Tehislo staff 4,
Beaver Tales staff 4 Future undecided.
Dorothy Gavin: Tehisco staff 4 Beaver
Tales staff 4, chorus 1, class play 4
Hobby -cdDecting match fbkbrs Future
Dale Crane: Class officer 1, 2, 5, F
F A officer 5, Big T officer 4 foot
ball 2, 5, 4, badntball 2, 5, 4, Tehisco
staff 4 Hobby hunting Future un
Van Dlckieser F A officer 2, F
F' A judging team 1, 2, 5, 4 Bobby
horses Future farming
Verne Godfrey lOnieJ Fhtered insenior
year, clam pby 4 Ebby cars Future
George GrauwenlPeteJ Ehtered in sopho
more year,footba1l 5, band 5, 4, chorus
5, 4, F F A officer 4, Spanish Club
officer 4 Hobby horses Future work
Robert Grayless CGobertJ Entered in
junior yearg student body officer 4,
class play 4 football 5, 4, basketball
5 4 baseball 5 4 Hobby baseball.
Dolores Haase Operetta 1, class play
4 band 5,4 orchestra 1 2, 5, chorus
1, Tehisco sun? 4 Beaver ales staff 4
Hobby 'men " Future college
Kelvin Hedgers CShagJ Class play 4
Hobby cars Future work
Perry Jungmayer CPeirre1 Entered in
unior year, class play 4 Hobby cars
hlizabeth Eleanor Lycan fEl1yl Yell
leader 2,5 class officer 1, 2, 5, stu
dent body officer 5, operetta 1, junior
senior play 5 class play 4 Pep Club
officer 4 Tehisco staff 4 Red Cross
representative 4, chorus 1 2 Hobby
swimming Future colleges
Beverly Jeanne Mandery lBevD Class
officer 1 2, 4 operetta 1, chorus 1,
2, 4, yell leader 1, 5, Tehisco staff 4
Hobby singing Future college
Patricia me lartin truth CI-all vffi
cer 1, 2, 5, business manager 45 choru
1, 8, eretta 1, Girls' League officer
B, 33 yzll leader 23 Pep Club officer 4.
lobby horses Future business 1.0000
9.1 longgogafy llonkh Basketball 2,
5 cfrocebsll 2 , 43 baseball 25. 41
c ass officer 4 g T officer 4 by
jig and horses Future work.
Joyce Pearce lDutchlx Class officer 1,
2, 3, 4, Tehisco staff 1, 2, 3, Beaver
Tales staff 5, class clay 4g chorus 23
bmd 2, 5 Hgbby -dancing and hunting.
Future work and college.
R 1 h Pearce: Junior lenior pl!!
Hobbyp wood carvin8 mmf' an
Dolores Rota CD00 oP91'9tt' 1 Hob
by fooling around Future--marriako
Eleanor Sargent lshortyh Class effi
cer 4, Pep Ghb officer 4, Girls' League
officer 4, Beaver Tales staff 4 Tehisco
staff 4 class play 4 chorus 5, 4
Bobby dancing Future work
Norma Jean ShultzfSheniel Class offi
cer 1, Girls' League officer 4, Beaver
Tales staff 4, Tehisco staff 4, Hobby
crocheting and sewing Future marriage
Norma Tanner Beaver Tales staff 4
Tehisco staff 4 class play 4 Hobby
dancing Futura 11, Corp'
Shirley lac Tessier llfetiteh Entered
in sophomore year class officer 2 3, 43
01-HSS Play 4, student body otficer , Pep
Tales staff 4 Hobby horseback rldink
and art crafts Future marriage
James W Thompson Entered in junior
year, class play 4 Hobby living
Leon Thompson Chorus 5, 4, sports
manager 5 Hobby just fishing Future
Douglas Tyrrell KJoel Entered in
junior year, student body officer 4
class officer 5, F F A officer 5,4
Spanish Club officer 4, football 5, 4,
band 5, 4, chorus 4 Hobby musicfsaxo
phonel Future college
Nancy Wall Ghms officer 1, 2, Girls'
League officer 5, 4, Tehisco staff 5, 4
operetta 1 Hobby horses Future
William J Ward fwlllyl Entered in
sophomore year,basketba1l 2, 5, 4, foot
b 1 2 5 4 class officer 2, F F A
officer 5 Hobby fishing and hunting.
Betty Zerger Girls' League onlcer 4
Beaver Tales staff 5, 4, Tehisco staff
5 4 junior senior play 5, operetta 1
chmus 1, 2, 5, 4 Hobby hone cnest and
dancing Future marriage
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In the fall of 1945, 59 seventh graders came laughing and tumbling
through the doorscf Tenino High School and became membersof the junior
high We were a confident class, and the upper classmen found us hard
to repress. We surprised everyone by taking oart in all the schod.ac
tivities offered to the junior high.
Then we were eighth graders Our class gave the first all school
sock dance of the year, along with other dances and parties This year
the school was changed from a three year high school to a four year
high school Our class was the first one to be graduated from the
Next came our high school days We were freshmen At first we were
a little bewildered at the difference between junior and senior high
school. The class had a grand and glorious year, by having freshmen
enter high school sports,all school cperetta, chcrus,h1g1schoo1 band,
F F A , Girls' League, Big T Club, paper staff, and annual staff
In our sophomore year, we were back again taking hart in the school
activities. The high light of this year was the Sophomore Hcp
The paramount feature of the junior year was Junior Day. This day
was followed up with a new idea, a Sadie Hawkins dance, which was vary
satisfactory More remarkable than Junior Day was the class dance,
commonly referred to as the Junior Promenade. The Prom took place on
December 5, 1947, with the theme, nwinter Wondorland,'andwas declared
by everyone to be one of the most successful Proms ever given hythe
high school. Members of the class were more active than most 1un1cr
classes. Various members held important offices in all organisations,
participated in chorus, band, junior senior play, and many of the boys
were active in sports.
Havin epitcmisad the early part of our junior and senior high school
recordo the class of 1949, we some to our last year, our senior year.
In the fell, for our senior trip, we journeyed to the College c
Puget Bound. We presented the senior play, WThs Msn On The Stairs,
in Dicggber, Our last event was the exquisite Senior Ball, held on
May 86, 1949, the night of our graduation, we marched proudly to the
platform for our graduation exercises and to receive our diplomas.
New that we have graduated, we are content to review the years spent
at Tanino High School. We remember the fun we had, our sorrow and
our happiness, and we are proud to join the ranks of the alumni.
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT
le, the honorable Senior Class of nineteen hundred forty-n1ne,gladly
leave to the up-and-coming seniors the remains of all our prized pos-
sesaions with the request that they long be cherished and remembered.
We will our ability to reside ln room 8 for two years consecutively to
any class which desires it. le, also, will to the unlucky students
who have not yet completed their four years of high school the many
hours each of us has spent in the detention room.
Lola Blue, will my skating ability to Dolores Poyner.
Don Anderson, will my Saturday nights to Gene Kuntz.
Dorothy Cavln, will my quiet and simple ways to Lucille Heller.
Jack Baker, will my good looks to Ted Porter,
Dolores Haase will my sharp and cunning ways to Barbara Harris.
Jerry Boe, will my ability to get along with the girls tomme
Eleanor Lycan, will my disposition to Betty Barck.
Clinton Bush, will my baahfulness to Don,Bush
Beverly landery,w1ll my singing ability to Joanne Barney
Dale Crane,w1ll my position on the basketball team to George lcCul
Patsy lartin, will my financial headaches to Betty Baumgardner.
Van Dickieser, will my shyness to Claude Warren.
Joyce Pearce, will my ability to spot a sailor five blocks away to
Verne Godfrey, will my interests in aviation to Darwin Pearce
Dolores Rota, will my blonde hair to larilyn Simmons
Bob Grayless, will my sports ability to Ray Chilson.
Eleanor Sargent, will my nickname 'Shorty' to Darlene Dorris.
George Grauwen, will my lonely roads to Bead Barney and his Doodle
Norma Shultz, will my
lelvln Badgers, will
llorma Tanner, will my
Perry Junglayer, will
Shirley Tessier, will
Dale lontgomery will
good naturedness to Juanita Frisbie
the remains of my brand new '34 Ford to Lyle
gay and carefree ways to Clara Kelsey.
the Chehalis girls to Darrell Gonia.
my great height to Sterling Clark.
my muscles to Leslie mmlts.
lancy Wall, wil my quietness to Roy Johnson
.Tim Thompson, will my physique to Glenn Owens
Betty Zerger, will ly ability to be engaged in my senior year to
Leon Thompson, will my popularity with blondes to Gerald Vaughan.
Bill lard, will my ability to go steady with one glrltelbbnghtson.
Ralph Pearce, will my charm to Carol Ellingson
In witness may it be known to all that on this day the twenty sixth
day of lay, in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred forty nine, the
Senior Class does hereby declare and testify this as its last will and
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It doesn't seem possible that just
ting on the stage at good'ole Tenino
our diplomas after twelve long years
It seems that the members of our
corners of the world.
New York City
May 26, 1959
ten years ago today we were sit
High nervously waiting to receive
class have scattered to all four
I was so surprised when you wrote stating you had been to Chile with
your husband Weren't you frightened when your yacht capsized? Of
course I guess I wouldn't be too frightened either if I had a handsome
sailor like Verne Godfrey to save me from drowning It is too bad that
you couldn't take your twin daughters on the trip with you Did you
really see Nancy Wall in Lima, Peru, on your way home' I never thought
that she would be a missionary
Many members of the class of '49 are in South America Jerry Boe is
the owner of a coffee plantation in Brazil Pat Martin is in Rio de
Janeiro where she is the business manager of a large hotel. Under her
management the hotel is very prosperous
Did you see the movie 'Here I Come Girls' starring Jeanne Mandrea,
better known to us as just plain Bev Mandery? She is really taking
over Jane Russell's popularity rating in the movies, isn t she?
About two weeks ago I was in Montreal, Canada, and while I was there
I attended an art exhibit The exhibit was planned especially to nre
Bob Grayless' latest masterpiece, "Beauty in the Moonlight " You
of course that his model, the former Eleanor Sargent, 15 H150 his
They were married soon after graduation
have a new doctor in this vicinity He is none other than Melvin
Hedgers Remember how Melvin and Perry Jungmayer used to play hookey
from classes Melvin nev r mis es a day at his office now, and Perry
is superintendent of a large high school The school has just been
awarded a certificate for perfect attendance by the state office
While I was on my last trip I pulled into a super service station in
Tampa, Florida Who should come walking out of the station but Bill
ward He told me that he has a string of super service stations along
where she is a first grade teacher Bill also told me that he heard
from Van Dickieser who is now the owner of a large circus
Not too long ago I saw Dolores Haase It was quite a surprise when
she won in the vice presidential election in '56 Jim Thompson is
her legal advisor and he has talked her into running for president in
the next election.
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Leon Thompson has just been voted Amer1ca'e best dressed man and
Dolores Rota the best dressed woman. Leon is vice president of a bank,
and Dolores owns ln exclusive dress shop. She goes to Paris about
twice s year to get new ideas for clothes.
Dorothy Gavin is successfully combining marriage and a career. She
is teaching home economics in a large high school in the Middle west,
Her husband is a professor at one of the universitltes.
Remember when Jack Baker drove Campbell and Campbell's delivm1'hmck?
Well, Jack has a delivery service of his own now He has about 20
trucks operating in and around San Francisco.
Clinton Bush is publicity manager for his champion rollerskamngwlfe,
the fomer Lola Blue As a sideline they have a chicken ranch in Arizcna
Nonma Shultz was in to see me the other day She surely looked nice
ln her uniform She is an airline hostess instructor for Pan American
Airlines Norma states that her prize hostess is Norma Tanner Don
Anderson is also working for Pan American as a pilot I'll bet
looks nice in one of those unifonms
Douglas Tyrrell is a minister now Shirley Tessler postponed her
wedding three times because she wanted Doug to perfonm the ceremony
for her and he was too busy They finally got together and Shirley and
he? new husband 16ft f0P B two months' honeymoon to Hawaii
Dale Montgomery is making quite a name for himself as
athlete, 1sn't he? His picture is sure to be out in the
Do you remember Mr Herron, our class advisor I went
here in New York the other day featuring Mr Herron and
You have, no doubt, heard of Dale's Dancing Dolls Did
'Dalen is our old classmate Dale Crane? All of his 'do
an all around
Hall of Fame
to a concert
you know that
five in numb r, are red heads Just now they are on a tour of night
clubs here in the East
Do you remember how Ralph Pearce always enjoyed worxxnp with carsand
sucho He is now employed at dear old T H S as bus mechanic
I happened to run into Georga Grauwen not too long ago He has a
cattle ranch in Texas with several thousand head of longhorn cattle
Well, Betty, I must get back to my book Being an author is a tire
some occupation at times
I am planning an extensive trio for the near future and shall make
it a point to pass through Seattle so that I may see you.
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H JUNIOR CLASS
Among the jun1or's outstanding achievements were the Junior
Promenade in December, the Junior Senior banquet in May, and Junior
Day in April The Juniors, also, participated in sports, chorus,
Class officers for the first semester were president, Verna
Keithahn, vice pres1dent,Don Bush, secretary, Claude Warren,
treasurer, Bedm'Barck, and representatives, Gwen Griffin and Gene
Kuntz Second semester officers were president, Don Spears, vice
president, Darrell Gonia, secretary, Claude Warren, treasurer,
Back row Dmdd Hays, Ronald Pearce, Claude Warren, Glenn Owens,
Clyde Belongie, Leslie Reynolds, Donald Spears Third row Ted
Porter, Lyle Fredrickson, Ray Chilson, David Streeter, Robert
Anderson, Sterling Clark, Edward Lycan Second row Patricia
Robinette, Miss Hbfmmn, Leota K1rwan,ZHnty Barck, Barbara Harris,
Donald Bush, Eugene Kuntz, Darrell Gonia First row Betty
Baumgardner, Carol Ellingson, Barbara Cruise, Gwen Griffin, Wilma
Butcher, Dolores POYHSP. Verna Rota missed the camera
Glenn Owens, and representatives, Gwen Griffin and Don Bush.
Back row Robert Baker Cpresident first semesterJ,James Street
er ftreasurer first semesterJ,George McCullough Csecretary second
semesterl,Iyan Spears, Douglas Watsonlpresident second semesterl,
Gordon Dempsey, Darwin Pearce, Duane Mandery Kvice president sec
Arthur Ramsey, Read Barney, Richard Thomas Crepresentative second
semesterl,Clark Frahm, Robert Martin Crepresentative first semes
ter,treasurer second semesterJ,Iav1d Norris lrepresentative first
semesterl, Roy Joh son, mr Ekstedt fadvisori Second row Pat
Short, Lois Dempsey, Nancy Farley, Treva May, Gladys Call, Iris
Zimmerman, Mary Sargent, Thelma Arnott, Ramona White irepresenta
tive second semester! Naomi Sleeman First row Lois Jones, Jo
anne Anderson, Lela book, Vivian Griffin, Helen Kitchen, Joanne
Barney, Genevieve Clark, Patricia Schafer, Elaine Hales, Marilyn
Simmons Missing from the picture is Billie Curtis lsecretary
ond semesterl, Ernest Wilkowski. Third row: Jerry Chamberlain,
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Back row Dean Grindstaff Kreporter first semesterl David Bush
lrepresentative first and second semester-D, Earl Vassar vice presi
dent first semesterl, Wayne Crane, Dan Pickens, Arlin Boggs, Bill
ence Mickelson, Don Thomas Cvice president second semester , Jack
Austin, Ben Butterton lreporter first semester, president second
semesterl, Beverly McGill, Edith Porter, Doreen Burdick lsecretary
and tr-ea urer second semesterl, LoAnn Spain, Betty Dempsey, Dillard
Jensen Second row Norman Arnott, Don Montgomery, Elzada Dodge,
Lucille Haller Creporter second semesterl, Sharon Wick, Adora Can
field, Velma Smith, Sharon Hall Crepresentative second semesterl,
Marie Farley, Joann Pluard Donna Christian, Clara Kelsey, Joy
Thompson, Miss O'Keefe Cadvisor First row Karen Keithahn, Nancy
Bender, Lillian Bennett, Charlotte McClintock, Margie Tibbets lsec
retary and treasurer first semesterl, Glenna Steele, Lyla Woods,
Bernadine Kirwan, Shirley Reynolds, Lois Gonia, Carol Taber Cpresi
dent first semesterb, Sally May, Vivian Woods, June Hoel Missing
from the picture is David Wilkerson
Mandery, Don Beam. Third row: Leslie Shultz, Guy Jenkins, Clar-
Back row Vernon Pearce, Dale Gilmore Creporter second semes
terD,James Wall lsergeant at arms second semester! Gerald Chris
tian, Gary Boggs, Jerry Harris, Jerry Martin Third row s
Merrill ladvisorl, Edward Dorris Crepresentative first and second
semesterl Dean Barney, Clarence Jungling, Allen Curtis Cvice
resident first semester, president second semesterl, Bill Kelly
sergeant at arms first semester,treasurer second semesterl, Ger
ald Vaughn, Roger Butcher, Larry Ash, James Shields Second row
James Van Quaethem, Nadine Grove, Lucia Williams, Jean Dempsey,
Margaret Howe,Blanche Dempsey, Barbara Schafer Joann May, Tharon
Shultz Csecretary and treasurer first semester , Juanita Frisbie,
Mr. Dunagan Cadvisorl. First row. Luceile Wharton, Mary Mmrhl,
Mary J. -Tohnson,Judith Wick1nan,Cecel1a McClintock Creporter first
semesterJ,Wanda Zerger, Donna Owens, Ursula Anderson, June Dyson,
Colleen Hales lpresident first semester, vice president second
semesterl, Dorothy Sargent Ksecretary second semesterl. Missing
from the picture is Robert Tipton.
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Back row Lee Smith, Curtis Eaton Csecretary and treasurerl,
Jim Shultz, Clyde Jenkins, Robert Zimmerman, David Frazer, Lee
Thompson Kpresidentl, Charles Frazer Fourth row Mr Witt Lad
visorl, Lee Elliot, Don Butterton, Joanne Marr, Sherrill Burdick,
Joan Bender, Edith Stevens, Carol Chilson, NadhuaH1dksfreporterJ
Clarence Burkhart, Calvin Burkhart Third row Donald Osborne,
Geraldine Jenkins, LaVelle Thornton, Maria Nelson, Gail Mickleson
Cvice presidentl, Evelyn Boyce, Pauline Granacki, Anne Granacki,
Violet Dempsey, Ethel Arnett Second row Evel Milliern, Ruth
Baker, Mary Barck,Wanda Streeter Crepresentativezqlxuiene Dorria,
Donna Sheesley, Jeanette Rajchel, Geneva Rajchel, Jean Knitch
First row Floyd Beam, Richard Kerns, Lawrence Vaughn, Clifford
M1ll1ern,Nhrlin Blowers, Lawrence Cline,Dav1d rerrerro, Fred Car
penter Missing from the picture are, Thomas Kline, Donald Rota,
James Green, Grace Chalmers, Bill Gregory, Martha Chalmers.
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Bush, Betty Zerger, Claude Warren Donald
Spears, Glenn Owens, Dale Crane, are Lynn,
Pat Robinette. First row Eleanor Saigent,
Dorothy Cavin, Norma Shultz, Dolores Haase,
Betty Baumgardner, Donald Bush, Lola Blue,
Norma Tanner,Beverly Mandery Shirley Tessier
and Joyce Pearce missed the camera,
Back row: Clinton Bush, Betty ' Zerger,
Claude Warren, Donald Spears, Glenn Owens,
Mrs. Lynn. First row: Eleanor Sargent,Dorothy
Cavin, Norma Shultz, Dolores Haase, Donald
Bush,Iola Blue, Norma Tanner, Shirley Tessier
missed the camera.
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The yearbook, the Tehisco, is pdmished under the
sponsorship of the associated students of T H S
The staff this year was composed of editor, Nancy
Wall, amdstant editor, Patricia Rdnnette, business
manager, Sdrley Tessier, assistant business manager,
Betty Baumgardner, art editor, Don Spears, and re
porters, journalism class Other members of the
sales staff were Eleanor Lycan, Dolores Haase, and
Norma 'liner Mrs Lynn was adviser for the annual.
The annual std! has had much pbasure in publish
ing a pictorial record of the year's activities
The Beaver Tales Staff of 1948 49 was kept busy
editing and publishing the Beaver Tales, a monthly
mimeographed paper covering all school activities
Each month a different student from the journalism
class was appointed editor, while other members of
the class were reporters and typists
As editor of the paper the students had the re
sponsibility' of organizing and editing the publi
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Norma Shultz,Nancy Wall, Betty Zerger, Mrs.
Back row Mr Kaiser, Wayne Crane, Robert
Anderson, Darrell Gonia, Bill Ward, Sterling
Clark, Dale Crane,EBward Lycan,Arthur Ramsey,
Ray Chilson, Leon Thompson, Clinton Bush,
Third row Jack Austin, Ben Butterton, Ivan
Spears, Darwin Pearce, Donald Thomas, Donald
Montgomery, Van Dickieser, Dillard Jensen,
Leslie Shultz,Clarence Mickelson, Guy Jaudns,
Norman Arnott Second row Gordon Dempsey,
Dean Grindstaff, Gene Kuntz, Robert Grayless,
Jerry Chamberlain, Robert Martin, David Bush,
Bill Mandery, David Norris First row Don
Sp6aPS,Read Barney,Arlin Bogps,Dbuglas Watson
Donald Beam, Douglas Tyrrell, George Grauwen,
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The Girls' League, a service organization, spon
sored the Father Daughter banquet in November, The
League entertained the students with a Christmas
dance in placecf the traditional Christmas dinner
In February, with a Valentine's motif, the League
sponsored the Tolo This is one of the most looked
forward to events of the year Our mothers were
honored in May with a style show and Mothers' Tea
Girls' League members were proud this year to
have been able to assist a number of teen agers in
Germany by sending them packages of clothing
The officers of 1948 49 were president, Nancy
Wall, vice president, Eleanor Sargent, secretary
Norma Jean Shultz, and treasurer, Betty Zerger
Mrs Belle Leonard, Girls' League advisor, was
generous with her assistance in League affairs
The Future Farmers of America is an organization
interest the young men of America in furthering
their knowledge of scientific farming
This year the F F A members are trying to
qualify for the State Master Chapter To do this
they had to maintain eight standing committees
The committees were as follows Supervised farm
ing David Norr1s,Don Montgomery, Dean Grindstaff,
cooperative acthdties Robert Grayless,Don Thomas,
Edward Lycan, community service Don Spears, Wayne
Crane, Ivan Spears, leadership activities Doug
las Tyrrell, Darrell Gonia, Norman Arnott, earn
ings and savings Dale Crane, Ben Butterton, Read
Barney, conduct of meetings Sterling Clark, Dill
ard Jensen, Bill Mandery, scholarship Van Dickie
ser, Jack Austin, Arlin Boggs, recreation Bill
Ward, Douglas Watson, Leslie Reynolds
The officers for 1948 49 were president, George
Grauwen, vice president, Gene Kuntz, secretary,
David Norris, treasurer, Clinton Bush, sergeant at
arms, Douglas Tyrrell,reporter, Robert Martin, and
advisor, Mr Duane Kaiser.
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900110 Urlllven, Bill lard, Boy Jolmson, Ronald Pearez,
hhdery, Ernest Iilkoiski. Second ron Ivan Spears, Robert -
55d'l"'-'Un 3t9!'11U8 Clerk, Dale Crane Irepresentative, 'Don-
ald Anderson, Edward Lycan. First row: Douglas ry!-1-g1f,, lr,
'iii fldV1l0!',, Claude larrh lsecretary-treasurer! Dale
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The Pep Club,a new organization of Tenino High School, was
formed in September, 1948. The purpose of this club was to
create more interest in the school activities and games.
The activities of the club consisted mostly of organizing
pep rallies which were held before the games and of decorat-
" ing for the home games. 0'
Officers in the picture are: Eleanor Lycan, gqqpgaq-yg
Patricia lartin, President first semester: Eleanor Sargent,
5, treasurer, liss Hoffman, advisor. Shirley Tessier, vice- r
president first semester, president second semester, missed
Other members in the Pep Club are Betty Baz-ck, Barbara
Cruise, Barbara Harris, Pat Roblnette Nancy Iall, Dolores
Haase, Carol Ellingson, Thelma Arnett, etty Baumgardner.
The Spanish Club in order to enable its members to become
better acqmhinfted with the Spanish speaking countries, pre
sented a program for its own pleasure once a month,md, also
a Christmas program. Along with these activities, they spon
sored a program for Pan American day.
Officers in the picture are: lisa 0'Keefe, advisor, George
Grauven, president, Douglas Tyrrell, vice president, Clinton
Bush, reporter, Dolores Poyner, treasurer, Carol Ellingson,
Other members in the Spanish Club are Shirley Tessler,
Dolores Rota,Leon Thompson, Dick Thomas, Dolores Haase, Lola
Blue, Patricia lartin, Eleanor Lycan, Beverly landery, Don
SCHOOL BOY PATROL
The School Boy Patrol, under the suppervision of lr Duns
gan,lns patrolled the crosswalks of Sussex Street faithfully
at noon and after school for the past school year The only
reward they receive is personal satisfaction in knowing that
they may have saved many lives.
llembers in the School Boy Patrol are: Back row Richard
Kerns, Fred Carpenter, David Frazer, Donald Osbourn, Lee
Elliot, lr Dunagan Second row Curtis Eaton, Charles
Frazer, Jim Shultz, Lawrence Vaughan, Clarence Jungling, Don
Butterton First row David Ferrero Robert Zimmerman, Lee
Smith, Gary Boggs, Gerald Christian, fee Thompson
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Jrayless, Lmnard Adamson, Dolores Haase, Clinton Bush, Lola lue,
Joyce Pearce, Eleanor Sargent, Eleanor Lycan, Shirley Tessier,
Perry Jungmayer, Melvin Hedgers
Edward Lyoan, Claude Warren, Glenn Owens Leslie Sneed, Dale
Crane, Patricia Martin, Vicky Barney, Verna iota, Verna Keithah ,
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The senior class play, 'The Man on the Stairs, di
rected by Miss Harriet Hoffman, was presented on
The plot became quite involved when Mary Jane Bremmer 2
CEleanor Lycanl, a college girl, thought she had in
herited an estate from her uncle, and ex ected to live
in it with her great aunt, Molly Bremmer Shirley Tess
ierl Mrs Murdock KDolores HaaseI,lar Jane'e adopted
aunt, and her daughter, Gwen Murdock Lola Bluel,w1th
the aid of a lawyer, Richard Humphries KBob Graylessj,
made an attempt to swindle the estate from Mary Jane
Victoria Trouble KJoyce Pearce, relative of the Mur -
docks, also, came to collect her share Mary Jane,
aided by Jed Stuart CMelvin Hedgersl, a college man who
was interested in Mary Jane,discovered that Philip Mag
nin KJ1m Thompsonf, a visitor at the estate and an am
nesia victim, was in reality James Murdock, an author Y
,Q and Mary Jane's uncle Aunt Molly discovered that the 'X
man on the stairs was Mike Moran KLeonard Adamsonl,
old desert rat.
e Junior Promenade with the theme, Starlight Night'
was held December 17 at the grade school gymnasium The
gymnasium was decorated in soft colors of orchid and
white and silver stars
Dale Crane and Patricia Martin were chosen to reign
as king and queen of the dance. Other members gf the
court were Verna Keithahn, Claude Warren, Verna Rota,
Glenn Owens, Betty Baumgardner,and Edward Lycan Vicky
Barney and Leslie Sneed assisted the members of the
court as crown bearers
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Back row Mr Harron, June Dyson, Lucille Haller, Lola Blue,
Dolores Haase, Dean Barney, Bill Kelhg Edward Lycan, Pat Schafer,
Douglas Tyrrell, Luceilelhgrton, Dale Gilmore, James Wall First
row Barbara Schafer, Glgdyg Call, Floyd Beam, Doreen Burdick,
Robert Martin, Lela Cook, George Grauwen, Betty Baumgardner,
Vernon Pearce, Ben Butterton, Donald Beam, Betty Barck, Clark
Back row: Mr. Harron, Lucille Haller, Dean Barney, B111 Kelly,
Luceilevtnrton, June Dyson. Front row: Donna Sheesley, Joan
Bender, Sterling Clark, Barbara Schafer, Genevieve Clark, Donald
Beam, Ben Butterton, Pat Schafer, Robert Martin.
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Back row Clinton Bush, Donald Beam, Berry Jungmayer, Melvin
Hedgers Bill Mandery, Darrell Gonia, Donald Spears Third row
Lea1Thompson, Dean Grindstaff Gladys CaU, Betty Zerger, Dolores
Poyner, Helen Kitchen, Elaine Hales, Treva May, Ralph Pearce,
Douglas QmveH. Second row Mr Harron, Richard Thomas, Douglas
Watson, Eleanor Sargent, Iris Zimmerman, Mary Sargent, Ramona
White, Lois Dempsey, Nancy Farley, George Grauwen, David Norris,
Guy Jenkins First row Marilyn Simmons, Carol EDingson, Joanne
Barney, Genevieve Clark, Vivian Griffin, Lela Cook, Pat Schafer,
Joanne Anderson, Barbara Harris, Barbara Cruise, Beverly Mandery.
Shirley Tessier missed the camera
Back row Marie Farley, Margie Tibbjts Sharon YlCK w
Smith, Adora Canfield, Sharon Hall, Joann Pluard, LoAnn Spain
Second row M Harron, Shirley Reynolds, Bernadine Kirwan
Beverly McGill, Joy Thompson, Karen Keithabn, Lillian Bennet, E
zada Dodge, Betty Dempsey First row Nancy Bender Lucille
Haller, Clara Kelsey, Doreen Burdick, June Hoel, Carole Taber,
Lois Gonia, Charlotte McClintock
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During the year the band todc part in many activi
ties On Labor Day they joined with the town band
to play for the celebration They played for many
games and pep assemblies They participated in
several radio programs and in the Gmistmas program
for the Lions' Club They took part in the spring
concert and played in a variety show
The orchestra, even though it was a small group,
played an important part in the nnsnnl department
They had numbers between the acts of the senior
play, and they played in the spring concert and a
variety show This group also played for baccalau
reate services and graduation
The chorus has been an active group this year
At Christmas they sang for the Lions' Club They
took part in the spring concert and the variety
show They, also, sang f0I' baccalaureate and Brad
During the year the freshman chorus took part
a radio program and in the spring concert
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Back row Duane Mandery, Edward Lycan, Dale Mont80m9PYa Don
Anderson Roy Johnson, Lyle Fredrickson, Dale Crane, B111 Ward,
Douglas Tyrrell, Leslie Reynolds manager? First row Jerry
Boe, Claude Warren, Bob Grayless, David Bush, Gene Khntz, Robert
Anderson, Mr Witt lcoachl
The Tenino High School football team had a very successful sea
son this year under the coaching of Mr Herbert Witt
The Beavers won 5 games and lost 3 to place third in the Lewis
Thurston League Tenlno ran up a total of 209 points to its op
ponents 104 points
The team's scoring was as follows
Personal scoring was as follows Montgomery, 44 Warren, 37,
Grayless, 32, Ward 30,'Hn1el1, 18 Anderson, 18, Boe, 16 Crane,
13, Johnson, 1
Dale Montgomery and Dale Crane received honorable mention
Opponent We They
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erry Boe was elected as a back on the all conference team while
Back row Claude Warren, Bill Ward, Crane,
Anderson,Rdbert Anderson First row Mr Witt, Edward Lycan,
Ivan Spears, Dale Montgomery, Jerry Boe, Robert Grayless.
The Tenino High School basketball team had a fairly good
season this year, wkning 7 games and losing 5 to place third
in the Lewis Thurston league The Tenino team scored 552
points this season compared to its Opponents' 292 points
The scores of the games are as follows
St. Martins 57
The personal scoring for the season was as follows: Bill
Ward, 775 Jerry Boe, 695 Dale Crane, 655 Bob Grayless, 575
Don Anderson, 475 Claude Warren, 505 Bob Anderson, 65 Ivan
The second strhqgscoring was as follows: Ivan Spears, 725
Bob Anderson, 455 George McCullough, 515 David Bush, 255 Dale
Montogomery, 225 Edward Lycan, 155 Bob Bnmr, 125 Dan Pickens
55 Duane Lhadafy, 25 Sterling Clark, 25 and Douglas Watson, 2.
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Back row Glenn Owens Kmanagerl Claude Warren lmanagerl Don
Beam, Don Anderson, Dale Crane, Robert Anderson Second row
Duane Mandery, Bob Baker, George McCullough, Bob Grgylegs, Jerry
Boe, Dale Montgomery, Don Bush, Ivan Spears First row Gene
Kuntz, Don Montogomery, Jack Austin Kmanagerk, Mr Witt Ccoachl
David Streeter, Ben Butterton, fmanagerf, Don Thomas, Roy Jinson
Dan Pickens '
The schedule for the 1949 season :as as follows April 1, Tenhmo
at Rainier, April 8, Oakville at Tenino April 15, Tenino at Ro
chester April 22, Rainier at Tenino April 29, Tenino at Oak
ville May 6, Rochester at Tenino, May 13, first play off, May
20, Championship game
This year there were seven lettermen who had played in the 1948
season. They are Ernest Wilkowski, Duane Mandery, Robert Ander-
son, Jerry Boe, Dale Montgomery, Bob Grayless, and Ronald Pearce.
The 1948 squad had a fairly good season winning three games and
losing three. The scores were as Rnlowss Tenino 4, Rochester 67
Tenino 2, Oamdlle lg Tenino 22, Ratner 53 Tenino 3, Rochester 15:
Tenino 8, Oakville 45 and Tenino O, Rainier 3.
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winning two games and losing' two The scores were as follows
Tenino l7, Tumwater 20 Tenino 8, Yelm 7, Tenino 22, Roches
ter 5 Tenino 17, South Bay 20
The layers in the picture are: Back row, Dale Montgomery
Kcoach , Ahen Curtis, Marlin Blowers, Larry Ash, Bill Kelly,
Clarence Jungling, Jerry Boe Ccoachl. Front row: Lee Smith
Lee Thompson, Dean Barney, Floyd Beam, Jimmy Shultz, and Cur-
tis Eaton. Eddie Dorris missed the camera.
GRADE SCHODL BASEBALL
The Tenino Grade School Baseball team played eight games
two each with Rochester, Tumwater, Lacey, and South Bay.
The members of the team were Allen Curtis, Eddie Dorris,
Bill Kelly, Clarence Jungling, Floyd Beam, Jimmy Shultz,
Curtis Eaton, Lee Thompson, Larry Ash, Lee Smith, Fred Car-
penter, Marlin Blowers, Laurence Cline, DOH TYT'P911s Richard
Kerns, Don Butterton, Dean Barney, Lee Elliott, Jimmie Shields,
and Gerald Christian.
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Back row Lda.Woods, Elzada Dodge, Iris Zimmer
man, Gladys Call, Treva May Fourth row Naomi
Sleeman, Marilyn Sim ons, Joanne Anderson, Pat
Schafer, Elaine Hales, Lela Cook, Helen Kitchen,
Marie Farley, Nancy Bender, Sharon Wick Third row
Joanne Barney, Nancy Farley, Lois Dempsey, Sharon
Hall, Joy Thompson, Vivian Woods, Adora Canfield,
Velma Smith, SaDy May, Betty Dempsey Second rows
Mary Sargent, Lucille Haller, Doreen Burdick,
Lillian Bennett, June Hoel, Ramona White, Donna
Christian, Carol Taber, Lois Gonia, Shirley Rey
nolds, Joanne Pluard First row Clara Kelsey,
Glenna Steele, Edith Porter, LoAnn Spain, Thelma
Arnott, Karen Keithahn, Beverly McGill, Charlotte
McClintock, Margie Tibbits, Berandine KiI'W9J1, M188
Hoffman Billie Curtis missed the camera
GRADE SCHOOL GIRLS PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Back row Donna Sheesley, Joan Bender, Evelyn
Mllliern, Geraldine Jenkins, Margaret Howe, C
celia McClintock, Judith Wickman, Lucia Williams,
Mary Johnson, Betty Zerger, Norma Tanner, Eleanor
Sargent Third row Ursula Anderson, Carol Chil
son, Anne Granacki, Pauline Granacki, Mary Barck,
Juanita Frisbie, LaVelle Thornton, Ruth Baker,
Edith Stevens, June Dyson Second row Miss Hoff
man, Violet Dempsey, Luceile Wharton, Blanche
Dempsey Barbara Schafer, Sherrill Burdick, Joanne
Marr, olleen Hales, Darlene Dorris, Gail Mickel
son, Ethel Arnott, Wanda Zerger First row G
neva Rajche1,Jeanette Rajchel,Donna Owens, Dorothy
Sargent,Mary Merrill, Jean Dempsey, Tharon Shultz,
Joann May,Nadine Hicks, Maria Nelson, Wanda Stree
ter. Those who missed the camera are Jean Knitch
Martha Chalmers, Evelyn Boyce, Barbara Austin,
Nadine Grove, and Grace Chalmers
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30 Started school today--whoopeel
First vacation--Labor Dgy
Squelched Oakville ln first fodsball
game of year
elcome Freshman Dance' given by
seniorsg Girls' League Prasnman
Journeyed to Puyallup for Western
Pep Club organized
T H.S.'s fhnt game under lights-
winning from Lebam
Senior pictures taken
First National 5611001 Assembly
program featuring Tommy Tucker
First foodmdl game, lost to Ryder-
F F A freshman initiation
Few empty seats deer seasonl
Senior skating party
Girls' League conference in Cen
The Brown Novelty entertainment at
National School Assembly
Twlrp Season began
Juke box dance ended Twirp Season
Turner Penman entertained at Nation
al School Assembly
Senior trip saw play at C P 3
Bawers victorsover Rochester T
H S third in football league
Began remodeling gym
High school students saw'Ehchanted
Senior class presented three act
mystery comedy, 'The Man on the
Juniors sponsored annual Junior
Girls' League sponsored Christmas
Back to school from Christmas vaca
5 Snow vacation
First oasketball game with State
-24 Snow vacation
-28 Sho' vacation
Victorious game with Rochester,
ended with dance
Lost basketball game with Oakville
Serial, 'The Phantom Expire," began
Annual pictures taken
Sngy vacation ,
Defeated Oakville in thrilling OVGP-
High School journeyed to llllpia
to visit.-legislature Beat Rainier
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Annual Girls' League Tolo
Last game of season played St
lartins, put us third in league
Had interesting National School
Assembly Watkins lajor
Sophomore Hop Tropic Night theme
Spring had sprung!
Smoker at high school gym
April Fool's Day!
Junior week started with dress up
First baseball game, Tenino at
Sadie Eawkinis Day Dance IPDHIIGPQCI
Oakville at Tenino
Talent Show U10 and a half davs
vacation caused by earthquake inch
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Tenino at Rochester
Big T initiation
F F A Parent Son Banquet
Girls' League conference at Ray
Senior Ball big affair!
Girls' League sponsored Mothers'
Rochester at Tenino
Graduation exercises at B p m
Eighth grade graduation
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