From the September 28, 1942 & October 13, 1942 Mar-Ken Journals:
Shirley Lloyd is a 7th & 8th grade reporter for Junior High Section of these issues of the Mar-Ken Journal.
From the October 13, 1942 Mar-Ken Journal:
MOVIE NEWS OF THE WEEK: 7th and 8th Grades: Shirley saw Mrs. Miniver and said “Oh!” It was wonderful.
From the 1943 Mar-Ken Primary & Junior High School Annual:
•Nicknames: Shirley – “Perky”
•Predictions 21 years from now: Shirley Lloyd will be an expert typist.
•What would happen if – Shirley Lloyd would be a zoot suit kid?
•Shirley Lloyd served as Chair of the Journalism Choosing Committee, and participated in the Art, Correction, and Stencilers Committees. Shirley wrote two poems for the Annual.
•Last Will & Testament of Junior High: Shirley Lloyd wills her pompadour to Powell Chadwell.
From 1944 Mar-Ken Yearbook, Transvia, “Freshman Biographies”:
SHIRLEY LLOYD is a native of Los Angeles. Last year she won the award for having made the most improvement. This year she is Vice-President of her class.
From the 1945 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, “Junior Biographies”:
Shirly Loyd [Note: Probable misspelling of names]
Born – Los Angeles, Calif. Feb. 21, 1930
Greatest talent – talking
Favorite saying – Oh for pity sakes
Principal occupation – studying
Chief characteristic – Trying to tie a bow tie
Favorite food – duck
Destiny – to be a flyer
From the 1946 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, “Senior Biographies”:
Title: Shirley Lloyd, Class Secretary
Copyright: Los Angeles, Calif.
Introduction: Very reliable. Loves to listen to music like “Smoke Gets In Your Eyes.”
Forward: To visit all the lands in the world, by flying her own plane.
Illustrations: Eating steak. Listening to records. Wearing the color red.
Glossary: “What was said at the last Senior meeting?”
Can you imagine: Shirley not wanting to fly?