Born: 26 June 1923, Los Angeles
Died: 9 March, 1994, age 70
From the Mar-Ken 1940 Yearbook, as a Freshman:
BETTY SHATTUCK – (Born in Los Angeles, California)
She likes to dance, collect records, read books of the Sue Barton series, study Spanish, listen to the song “Billy”, and refuse broccoli and turnips for dinner. White orchids are her favorite flowers; geraniums irk her. Her favorite color is powder blue, and her main ambition is to have fun. But, by the way, have you seen the Shattuck girl draw? Her work with a pencil or brush is very fine, and I’m willing to bet that she will be a fine artist.
Betty Shattuck was Secretary-Treasurer of her 1940 Freshman Class.
From the October 11, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
Betty Shattuck was elected President of the Sophomore Class.
From the November 8, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
WHO’S WHO: Betty Shattuck – – This is Betty’s second year at Mar-Ken and she is “prexy” of the sophomore class. She swims for exercise and dancing is her hobby.
From the February 28, 1941 issue of the Mar-Ken Journal (student newspaper):
Ice skating Donna Atwood and Marilyn Telfer have certainly been breaking records around the country. Donna just won the National Championship and Marilyn won the California skating Championship. Pat Merifield and Buford McCuskor are still touring the country with the Ice Follies. Other fine skaters in the school are Georgia and Betty Shattuck.
From the Mar-Ken 1941 Yearbook, as a Sophomore:
Who has made this year’s tenth grade the most outstanding group in many years? Who has directed the affairs of the Sophomores with untiring efforts to make them a brilliant success? Who has been clever in leadership, a wise student, an enjoyable friend to all? The answer is Betty Shattuck, illustrious President of Mar-Ken’s Sophomore class of 1941.
Betty Shattuck — Los Angeles, California
Her name – Betty Shattuck, her ambition to have fun,
She loves to dance and often reads when daily work is done,
She likes to study history, eat pastry, take a swim,
She studies hard, is known by all as one of super vim.
From the Mar-Ken 1942 Yearbook, as a Senior:
Betty Shattuck wants to make a success of whatever she does. She’s our Senior President, and is doing quite well at it, so we’re sure she will. She hates people lacking class spirit and cooperation, but likes swimming and dancing, and loved Lost Horizon! Well, Bett, we wish you luck!
Betty Shattuck was the Senior Class President, 1942, and she was Secretary of the Mar-Ken Chapter of the National Honor Society.
From the September 28, 1942 Mar-Ken Journal:
ALUMNI NEWS: Betty Shattuck has started at the University of Perdue and is majoring in Psychology.