Bill Wiebke (class of 1940) found this picture which he describes as follows:
"This is a picture taken at Trent School in 1933, probably in the fall. That is the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grades. Ones in picture graduating from Pleasant Hill are Alman "Fuzzy" Mauney graduating about 1938. Kenny Miller 1939. Ione Kimball, Leonard Arnold and myself 1940. Kendall Kimball 1941. I believe Thurman Williams is in that picture 1938. Marion Bristow and Owen Wilson are in picture, not sure if they went to Pleasant Hill High. Larry Weiss graduated Pleasant Hill 1941. His brother Harry is also in the picture. Harry graduated 1938, but I don't know if he graduated from Pleasant Hill or Triangle Lake. Arah Nell Arnold graduated 1929 from Pleasant Hill and taught at Trent during the 1930-31 and 1931-32 school years."
Larger versions of these pictures are on the PHHS CD-ROM, available from Richard Adams for $19.95
The picture below was taken at Trent School in the fall of 1934 and has all eight grades, from grade 1 to grade 8. The teacher was William Berry "Bud" Mauney, who is now buried in the Pleasant Hill Cemetary. Students from here would go to Pleasant Hill High School
senior & recent pictures alumni [January 29, 2009]
Bonnie (Tinker) Bradshaw
A memorial service was held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 31, at West Lawn Memorial Park & Funeral Home in Eugene for Bonnie J. Bradshaw of Salem, formerly of Pleasant Hill. She died Jan. 23, 2009, of age-related causes at age 93. Following the service, a reception was held at the funeral home. A huge number of people -- former students, colleagues from PHHS, people who lived in her house, neighbors, and even classmate Mildred (Swift) Hammond -- told many fine stories and shared lovely memories.
She was born Nov. 13, 1915, in Globe, Ariz., to Eugene and Nomah Wangelin Tinker. She married George Bradshaw on Sept. 2, 1943, in Pleasant Hill. Many people remarked that it was almost impossible to find a picture of Bonnie without George, so strong was their love.
She held a bachelorís degree from the University of Oregon and worked as an educator in Mosier, Lowell and Pleasant Hill for 30 years.
Survivors include two sons, Willard of Salem and Lonnie of Brookline, N.H.; a sister, Dorothy Kimball of Springfield; a brother, Ted Tinker of Beaverton; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Her husband died May 7, 2004, and a son, Bruce, died previously.
Private family inurnment was in Lane Memorial Gardens in Eugene. Arrangements by Chapel of Memories Funeral Home in Eugene. Remembrances to Christians As Family Advocates.