Marjorie Lee Hugunin
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Marjorie is Rae Bouett’s cousin.
From the January 24, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
Marjorie Lee Hugunin’s birthday is listed as on February 6.
From the Mar-Ken 1940 Yearbook, as a Freshman:
MARJORIE LEE HUGUNIN – (Born in Hollywood, California).
Meet Marjorie, the girl with the passion for 1940 Buicks! When she isn’t riding in these ’40 masterpieces of mechanism, she’s curled up in a nice soft chair, reading. Speaking of books, her favorite is “Gone With The Wind”, and speaking of favorites her special song is “Deep Purple”. She craves things that are yellow or blue, and her favorite subject is Literature. She likes clothes, but heartily dislikes the wearing of crepe soled shoes. Marjorie has quite a collection of miniature antiques. She has no main ambition right now, but says, “I’d like to be a success in whatever field I try.”
Marjorie Lee Hugunin was Freshman Class President, 1940.
From the Mar-Ken 1941 Yearbook, as a Junior:
Marjorie Lee Hugunin is a native daughter who was born in Los Angeles on February 8th. Marjorie is striving toward that far-away goal, brain-surgery. Her favorite book is “Kitty Foyle”. Her favorite songs are “Deep Purple” and “You Forgot About Me.” She collects records and likes to swim and roller skate.
From the Mar-Ken 1942 Yearbook, as a Senior:
Marjorie Lee Hugunin wishes to be a brain surgeon, therefore loves Chemistry and Orientation. (One for the brain – the other for the surgeon). She likes to collect records, swim, skate and fish, and in her spare time, runs around Mar-Ken on those tiny little feet and pretty legs (We’re jealous, but we like ’em).
Marjorie was Senior Class Secretary, 1942 and she was Treasurer of the Mar-Ken Chapter of the National Honor Society.