Grant, Judith

Photo from 1945 Mar-Ken Yearbook National Honor Society page.
Photo from 1945 Mar-Ken Yearbook National Honor Society page.
Judith Grant 1945
Judith Grant 1945

Judith Grant (“Judi”)

From the September 27, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
Judith Grant is the Projects Editor of this issue of Mar-Ken Journal – “Grades” [school] insert.

From the October 11, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
Judith Grant is Projects Editor of this issue of the school newspaper.

From the October 25, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
•Judith Grant is the reporter for Unit of Study in this issue of the student newspaper.
•YOU AND I, FROM PRIMARY TO JUNIOR HIGH: Judith Grant went to San Pedro recently to watch the big battleships there.

From the November 8, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
Judith Grant is a Unit of Study reporter for this issue of the student newspaper.

From the January 10, 1941 Mar-Ken Journal:
Judith Grant is a News Reporter for this issue of the Mar-Ken Journal.

From the 1941 Mar-Ken Primary & Junior High Yearbook:
Judith Grant in the fifth grade in 1941. She was a News Reporter for the Mar-Ken Journal, and Editor of Trips for the Annual. She co-authored an article on Chief Clear Sky’s visit to the school, and authored “Art In Junior High” for the Yearbook. The Annual’s Last Will & Testament makes reference to Judith’s “being so quiet.”

From the 1942 Mar-Ken Primary & Junior High School Yearbook:
•Eighth Grade Class Ambitions: Judith wants to be an actress….a good actress.
•Famous Sayin’: Judith … “I don’t know. I haven’t thought about it yet. Oh (looking on someone else’s paper) is that the answer?”
•Class Predictions: [co-authored by Judith] Judith … We feel that she will be a “Bachelor Girl”

From the September 28, 1942 & October 13, 1942 Mar-Ken Journals:
Judith Grant is on the Mar-Ken Journal Staff for these issues of the school newspaper.

From the 1943 Mar-Ken Yearbook: 
Freshman Predictions: JUDITH GRANT, the tear-jerker of the elite of the drama, would be giving a heart-rendering performance of “Why Did It Happen To Me?” or “They Caught Me With My Uppers Out!”

From the Crossword Puzzle: She’s the studious type, getting results – good grades. She loves to ride a bike, and buying War Bonds is her hobby.

From the 1944 Mar-Ken Yearbook, Transvia, “Junior Biographies”:
JUDITH GRANT has the ambition to be an actress. She likes Schubert and the color violet. Being such a dependable person she is called upon to fill many responsible positions.

From the 1945 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, Senior Broadcast page:
JUDI GRANT – Whose destiny is to become an authoress just adores ice cream. Judi was born in the historical city of Philadelphia, Penna. Jan. 7th, 1929. Being a student is her principle occupation. Her outstanding chief characteristic is her conscientiousness. When she says, “Oh! Dear”, you know that something must be cookin’.

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

Judi is also a member of the Mar-Ken Chapter of the National Honor Society and served as President.