Follette, Margaret “Maggi”

Margaret Follette “Maggi”

From the 1946 Mar-Ken Intermediate and Junior High Yearbook:
Margaret Follette contributed this poem to the Yearbook:

A GOBBLER IN TROUBLE

Oh! What would the turkey gobbler do,
If he got the hiccoughs before he was through
With his gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble?

I’m sure that he could never see through the joke
If he started to gobble and stopped to choke,
With his gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble, gobble.

The puffed out fool would grow red in the face,
And the hens would laugh at their lord’s disgrace,
At his gobble, his gobble, his gobble, gobble, gobble.

– Margaret Follette

From the 1949 Mar-Ken Yearbook, Junior High Biographies:
MARGARET FOLLETTE: This girl was born in Berkeley, California on February 5, 1936. Her favorite food is spaghetti and he favorite sport is horseback riding. Her ambition is to become a dancer.

Margaret is a reporter for the Mar-Ken Junior High Midway in 1949.

From 1950 Mar-Ken Yearbook:
Name: Margaret Follette
Born: February 5, Oakland, Calif.
Ambition: Ballet Dancer
Hobby: Cooking
Favorite Food: Spaghetti
Nickname: Maggi
Song: “Dearie”
Feature: Height
Talent: Riding