Chambers, Janice Aline

Janice Aline Chambers 1941
Janice Aline Chambers 1941

Janice Aline Chambers

From 1940 Mar-Ken Yearbook, as a Junior: 
JANICE CHAMBERS – – A newcomer to our little gathering is making quite a place for herself in the current “Meet The People”. She was born in Chicago, on May 28th. Janice has a grand voice and hopes to study after graduation for a singing career.

From the September 27, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
THE WORKING CLASS: Rita Quigley – Janice Chambers – at 20th Century.

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 reported, 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.”

From the November 8, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
Fashion of the Week: Luba’s artists rendition of Janice Chambers wearing a blue jacket and plaid skirt appears in this issue of the Journal.

From 1941 Mar-Ken Yearbook, as a Senior:
Janice Chambers. Blonde hair, blue eyes, and a wonderful singing voice describe Janice who has appeared in a couple of the better musicals about town. She will continue with this work after her graduation.

Also, see Pat Conlin’s scrapbook.