Dickinson, Neysa Joan

Neysa Joan Dickinson

From the October 7, 1938 Mar-Ken Journal:
GRAMMER NEWS: Let’s take a peek at the grammar grades and see what our young Mar-Keners have been doing in the line of work. Well first let’s drop in on the babies (1st graders) where two perky little ones, Meysa Dickerson [Note: this is probably Neysa Dickinson] and Karlene Windslow, stand up and announce that they both had parts in a picking last week….

From the November 24, 1938 Mar-Ken Journal:
Winners of Courtesy Slogans Contest: Third and Fourth Grades: Neysa Dickinson – – “Try to like everyone. If you do not, try not to show it.”

From the January 24, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal  “Grades [School]” insert:
•Neysa Dickinson is the Art Editor of this issue of “Grades.”
•Neysa wrote the article, “My Most Interesting Trip”
Seven years ago I went to Canada from England. I had been over and back once before. We crossed on the Empress of Britain which was sunk some time ago. I had my fifth birthday on the boat and was presented with a purse and a dollar. I bought my first music book with the money. I didn’t get seasick at all, (thank goodness) and had a grand time spending most of my time in the play room. My Mother, Dad and I were planning to visit England again but the war started so we had to cancel our plans.

From the September 27, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
•Neysa Dickinson is the co-Art Editor of this issue of Mar-Ken Journal – “Grades” [school] insert.
•Class Organization: The Junior High room, this year, has been organized according to the United States government. The election was held by ballot. The results are as follows: Judicial Department: Supreme Court, Chief Justice – N. Dickinson.
•Neysa Dickenson spent her summer vacation in Canada where she played in a musical festival. On her way back she collected booklets, maps, etc., of parks for the Unit on National Parks in the third and fourth grades. As Neysa is in Junior High now, this shows a real spirit of cooperation.

From the October 11, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
•Neysa Dickinson is co-Art Editor of this issue of the student newspaper.
•Neysa wrote an article about the Junior High School project “Man and his Boats.”

From the October 25, & November 8, 1940 Mar-Ken Journals:
Neysa Dickinson is co-Art Editor of this issues of the student newspaper.

From the January 10, 1941 Mar-Ken Journal:
•Neysa Dickinson is the Art Editor of this issue of the Mar-Ken Journal.
•YOU AND I: Neysa visted her aunt.

From the 1941 Mar-Ken Primary & Junior High Yearbook:
Neysa is recognized for her good piano playing in the Yearbook. She serves as Art Editor for the Mar-Ken Journal.

From the 1942 Mar-Ken Primary & Junior High School Yearbook:
•Neysa Dickinson had dimples in the eighth grade, according to a comment in this Yearbook.
•Class Ambitions: Neysa wants to be famous in the professional world and she probably shall be.
•Famous Sayin’: Neysa … “You’re crazy.” (Giggle) “Oh Jackie!”
•Class Predictions: Neysa …There is no doubt about this….little Neysa will be a great concert pianist.  She has already started her career.

From the September 28, 1942 Mar-Ken Journal:
•Neysa Dickinson is on the Mar-Ken Journal Staff for this issue of the school newspaper.
•ON THE SETS: Here is something to look forward to . . Neysa Dickinson is practicing very hard for the concert at the Ebel Wilshire Theatre in the next month or so.

From the October 13, 1942 Mar-Ken Journal:
Neysa Dickinson is on the Mar-Ken Journal Staff for this issue of the school newspaper.