Fischer, Kenneth “Kenny”
Kenneth Fischer “Kenny”
From the Mar-Ken 1940 Yearbook, as a Freshman:
KENNETH FISHER (Born in Michigan)
Art, art, and more art. Put this together and you have – – – Kenneth Fisher. Although he says that he can’t take time out for books, his favorite of those he has read is “Mutiny on the Bounty”, and his favorite song is “God Bless America”. Science seems to be the most favored of his subjects at school and he professes a likeness to the color pink. And here’s a secrret – – when he isn’t drawing, he’s studying to be a real skipper, and can he make those boats go! Kenneth manages to keep pretty busy what with his likeness for food, art and a sailboat.
From the January 24, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN: We of the Journalism class wish to say Good-Bye to Kenny Fischer who was one of the best known and best liked (characters) of this school. Kenny was one of our best artists. Kenny has been here four years and when he leaves part of Mar-Ken goes with him. – – Martin Spellman.
From the September 27, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
WHO’S WHO: Kenneth Fisher (Kenny) who is a member of the Mar-Ken Freshman grade has his heart set on being an art director. Talented in many lines, Fisher is a champion speed boat racer and also excels in tennis. Also interested in engineering. Ken plans to attend an engineering school as soon as he receives that certain diploma from Mar-Ken.
Sophomores: Kenneth Fisher – – the best artist of the Sophomores is doing many of the drawings in the paper to come out Friday.
From the October 11 and 25, 1940 Mar-Ken Journals:
Kenny Fischer and Concetta Ribaudo comprise the Art Department for these issues of the Mar-Ken Journal.
From the November 8, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
Kenny Fisher is the Art Editor for this issue of the Mar-Ken Journal.
From the November 20, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
Kenny is the Art Editor for this issue of the school newspaper.
WHO’S WHO: Kenny Fischer – – He is a famous artist of Roundbend, Indiana just hopped over to Radcliff county for an Interview for painting pictures of famous people and arriving he was greeted by a brass band of Albino State Teachers at Burp Memorial Stadium.
From the January 10, 1941 Mar-Ken Journal:
Kenny Fisher did artwork in this issue of the school newspaper.