Sutter, Geraldine “Gerry”
Geraldine Sutter “Gerry”
Gerry is a singer. She appeared in the 1942 musical review, “Rally ‘Round the Girls.”
From the 1941 Mar-Ken Primary & Junior High Yearbook:
Geraldine Sutter was in the seventh grade in 1941. She was co-Editor in Chief of the Annual. She co-authored the stories in the Annual about a school room visit to Forest Lawn, the Mar-Ken school pin, and the Last Will & Testament.
From the Mar-Ken 1942 Yearbook, as a Freshman:
was born in Jacksonville, Florida, on the 12th of October, 1926. Gerry’s ambition is to become an actress and singer. She loves to dance and go to shows – – likes almost all outdoor sports – – and really goes for the popular song, “How About You”. She thinks Literature is a swell class, but dislikes brats and show-offs.
Gerry was Vice President of her 1942 Freshman Class.
From the 1946 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, “Senior Biographies”:
Title: Jerri Sutter
Introduction: A very likeable person, who always has a wonderful tan.
Forward: To be a great opera star.
Illustrations: Can be seen regularly at the beach, about 12 miles west of Malibu, wearing the color yellow.
Glossary: “Nobody told me a thing about it.”
Can you imagine: Jerri without a tan?
Also see Geraldine in a group photo with Bill Burnside.