Cox, Betty Ellen
Betty Ellen Cox
Betty Cox received the Tenth Grade award for All-Around Achievement, 1940; she was a Junior in 1941.
From a 1936 Lawlor Journal column “In the Grade School”:
Bette Cox has been appearing quite frequently on the Marco Dog Food program.
From the May 24, 1937 Lawlor Journal:
SHOW STOPPERS START SOJOURN
Betty Cox and Harry McCabe, clever Lawlor performers leave on Tuesday for a tour of Salem, Oregon. They are booked for four months along the Pacific Coast. Mrs. Cox is going with them. Wow ’em Kids!
From the October 28, 1938 Mar-Ken Journal:
Betty Cox is 9th Grade (Freshman) Class Secretary
From the December 16, 1938 Mar-Ken Journal:
WHAT THEY ARE DOING FOR CHRISTMAS – With Grandmother.
WHAT THEY WANT FROM SANTA CLAUS – Many things.
From 1940 Mar-Ken Yearbook, as a Sophomore:
BETTY COX – Was born in Anaheim. She is talented in dancing and singing. Right now she is singing in a trio. Likes “corny songs” and dislikes schoolwork. Favorite pastime is talking and giggling.
From the September 27, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
ALUMNI: Gwen and Gloria Steelman and Betty Cox (Junior) are singing under management of M.C.A.
From the November 20, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
THANKSGIVING PLANS: Betty Cox – – Have a good time.
From the January 10, 1941 Mar-Ken Journal:
WHO’S WHO: Betty Cox – – She’s a Southerner hailing from southern California. She’s another one of those horseback riding fiends and she collects nick-nacks. She is going to be a singer. Everyone knows Betty, so I won’t describe her. But the person that laughs the loudest when you don’t tell a joke, that’s Betty.
From 1941 Mar-Ken Yearbook, as a Junior:
Betty Cox — this young lady aspires to be a vocalist. Her favorite songs are “Intermetzo” and “Clair de Lune”. She frankly states that her hobby is eating and that she has a strong dislike for conceited people. She likes horse back riding and badminton.
From 1942 Mar-Ken Yearbook, as a Senior:
Betty Ellen Cox: Our tiny “Squeegee” is one of Mar-Ken’s cutest singers. She despises conceited people and onions. (Lucky boy friend). Her musical admiration extends from “I Said No” to “Clair de Lune”. Well, how about that?