Earle, Edward “Eddie”

Edward Earle 1935
Edward Earle 1935
Edward Earle 1945
Edward Earle 1945

Edward Earle (“Eddie”)

From the 1935 Lawlor Professionals:
Edward Earle’s photo is in this casting book. The ad indicates that he is a singer, pianist, and dancer.

From the February 11, 1937 Lawlor Journal:
Edward Earle signed a story as a reporter for the fourth and fifth grade class.

From the 1943 Mar-Ken Yearbook, as a Sophomore:
Edward Earle – – What a name!
When in class he never thinks.
He won’t be in the Hall of Fame
Because his poetry – – – – is terrible.

From the 1943 Mar-Ken Yearbook; Sophomore Crossword Puzzle:
Here we have a boy whose life belongs to music. His eyes are brown, and he wears glasses. His identity is found in Jingle 10.

From the 1944 Mar-Ken Yearbook, Transvia, “Junior Biographies”:
All of Mar-Ken has enjoyed the piano artistry of EDWARD EARLE. Besides being a geometry wizard, he likes ice skating and swimming. His ambition is to play with a symphony orchestra.

From the 1945 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, Senior Broadcast page:
EDWARD EARLE – The banana split fiend of the Senior Class, was born Dec. 20, 1930 in Santa Barbara, California. “Oh! Don’t be ridiculous”, is his pet expression. Edward’s greatest talent is composing, but his destiny is to become a great ice skater.

Edward Earle is a member of the Mar-Ken Chapter of the National Honor Society.