de Arman, Davette “Davy”

Photo caption: This 1946 photo was taken when Davy de Arman (seated on right) was at USC and Richard Gardner (left) was in the Army and on furlough in Los Angeles before shipping out to permanent station in Hawaii. Davy's first husband (not a Mar-Ken student), Bob Milmoe, is standing.
This 1946 photo was taken when Davy de Arman (seated on right) was at USC and Richard Gardner (left) was in the Army and on furlough in Los Angeles before shipping out to permanent station in Hawaii. Davy’s first husband (not a Mar-Ken student), Bob Milmoe, is standing.
Davette de Arman 1945
Davette de Arman 1945

Davette de Arman “Davy”

From the 1944 Mar-Ken Yearbook, Transvia, “Junior Biographies”:
DAVETTE DE ARMAN is one of the most enthusiastic members of the class. She is often accused of taking vitamin pills to supply her with so much vitality.

From the 1945 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, Senior Broadcast page:
DAVY DE ARMAN – Wearing her sloppy joe sweater, greets everyone with those immortal words, “How de do de”. Her love for turkey and cranberry sauce has never been equaled by man or beast. July 6th, 1928 in Los Angeles, California is the birth date and place of Davy’s. Her destiny is college.

Davy was a member of Los Buenos Vecinos (The Good Neighbors, Spanish Club) in 1945.