From the September 27, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
“You and I – From Primary to Junior High.” Patty Hipsh has been ice skating in Bakersfield. She has seen the Ice Follies.
From the October 11, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
“You and I, From Primary to Junior High” – – Patty Hipsh was in a Doll Parade at Robinsons Downtown Store. The children pulled floats with dolls on them.
From the November 8, 1940 Mar=Ken Journal:
YOU AND I: Primary, Third and Fourth Grades – Patty Hipsh was given the prize for the loveliest costume, the little peasant girl with her full skirt of bright colors, at the Halloween Party.
From the November 20, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
HOLIDAYS AMONG STUDENTS: Patty Hipsh will stay home for dinner.
From the Mar-Ken 1940 Primary & Junior High Yearbook:
Patty Hipsh wrote “Our Creative Stories” for this Yearbook.
From the 1942 Mar-Ken Primary & Junior High School Yearbook:
Patty Hipsh was in the fourth grade in 1942, and she wrote an article for the Yearbook, “My Visit to the Cotton Gin” about the third and fourth grade classes study of cotton and her visit to a Bakersfield cotton farm.
From the 1946 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, “Freshman Biographies”:
Desire – To graduate
Eccentricity – None
Saying – “Geee”
Interest – Dancing
Goal – Ice skater
Name – Patty Hipsh
Patty was a member of the French Club, Le Circle Francais in 1946.