Tischler, Janet “Jan”
Janet Tischler “Jan”
Jan worked at Mar-Ken School as a secretary, leaving in 1952.
From the 1946 Sophomore Biographies in the Mar-Ken School Yearbook:
Scene 1 – Born on Oct. 20, in New Jersey.
Scene 2 – She is crazy about Guy Madison.
Scene 3 – Her pet peeve is the Bessires knocking her roses to pieces with the little Cadillac.
Scene 4 – Her ambition is to travel the world over.
Janet was a member of the Los Buenos Vecinos (The Good Neighbors, Spanish Club) in 1946.
From the 1947 Junior Biographies in the Mar-Ken School Yearbook:
Name – Janet Tischler
Born – New Jersey, Oct. 20
Saying – You Know !
Ambition – Artist
Pastime – Daydreaming
Talent – Drawing
Can You Imagine – Janet Tischler not giggling?
Nickname – Janie
Janet was a member of the Los Buenos Vecinos (The Good Neighbors. Spanish Club) in 1947.
From the 1948 Senior Biographies in the Mar-Ken School Yearbook:
Name: Janet Tishler
Born: October 20
Ambition: Commercial Artist
Talent: Making friends
Sport: Roller skating
Saying: How could you?
Song: Night and Day
What if – Janet Tischler wasn’t always giggling?
From Quatrains in the 1948 Mar-Ken School Yearbook:
Janet Tischler with her pleasing smile
Looks so gay in the “new look” style
She’s always been known for her works of art
In fact, this girl is really smart
Janet Tischler graduated from Mar-Ken School in 1948 with a double major in English and Literature. She is a member of Sigma Gamma Lambda. Janet tied with a classmate in the vote for most popular girl at Mar-Ken in 1948. She was the head artist for the 1948 Mar-Ken School Yearbook, “Eras.”
Appears in 1953 Mar-Ken Jamboree program, in a tap duet.