Thayer, Tina

Tina Thayer

From the October 11, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
•SNOOPER: By the by – – have you Mar-Kenites seen one small red head, Tina Thayer by name?  Very, very nice!
•”FASHION: Bright Colors Predominate.” The latest thing in smartness can be seen on Tina Thayer and Ra Mah Lee Guild, who are wearing dashing and bright tweed.
•Tina Thayer’s birthday is November 2.

From the October 25, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
•SENIOR DINNER PARTY: October 11, was the date of the first Senior activity of the term – attended by all members of the graduating class. Given at the home of June Carlson and sponsored by the 12th grade officers, the evening was highlighted by “Charades” with Bill and Bob Mauch as Captains of competitive teams. Particularly good pantomimes were provided by Tina Thayer enacting “Birth of a Nation”, “Quality of mercy is not strained” by June Carlson; “To be or not to be”, given by William John Bernard Mauch; “Grand Illusion” acted out by Janice Chambers. Dancing and a buffet dinner were significant aspects of the festivity.
Curfew hour was announced at 12:00 by those members of the faculty who had joined the party.
When interviewed by a reporter, Senior members stated: Bob Mauch – “Swell time”; Mary Alice Dill – “Terrific”; June Carlson – “I had a good time, hope everybody else did too”; David Tillotson – “Bill ate a lot”.
•SNOOPER: “yummy” Tina Thayer having dinner Saturday eve at Ciro’s. That long sigh heard was one that your reporter made.

From the November 8, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
FASHIONS: Your reporter [Jean Gordon] spied Tina Thayer dining and dancing at Ciro’s and looking very striking in an emerald taffeta formal.