Otto, Ethel

Ethel Otto 1940

Ethel Otto 1940

Ethel Otto

Listed in 1940 Mar-Ken Graduation booklet and yearbook as faculty member.

From the 1940 Mar-Ken Yearbook:
Miss Ethel Otto
This rather tall faculty member is one of the heads of the Modern Foreign Language Department. She teaches Mar-Ken students their Spanish and does a fine job of it, making her classes enjoy anything and everything Spanish. Miss Otto received her A.B. at Occidental College. She is also class adviser of the Freshmen.

In the November 24, 1938 Mar-Ken Journal: Our Teachers and Thanksgiving: Miss Otto will spend the holidays with her family at Fullerton and Long Beach. In the December 16, 1938 Mar-Ken Journal: •THE FORUM OF PUBLIC OPINON – Mar-Ken School Students: The Gum Problem! It’s always with us. “It’s nice to chew, but it isn’t very lady-like.” – – Mary Davis “It’s a grand idea – out of school.” – – Charline Barnard “It should be done in private.” – – Miss Otto “The chewer develops quite a stupid expression.” – – Jane Lockwood “It ends up in the waste-basket.” – – June Ross “You get a dirty look and usually an ‘F’” – – Dick Selzer “It helps the student to think.” – – Florence Pepper •WHAT THEY ARE DOING FOR CHRISTMAS – WHAT THEY WANT FROM SANTA CLAUS: Miss Otto: Fullerton, Long Beach Cedar Chest Delete: Listed in 1940 Mar-Ken Graduation booklet and yearbook as faculty member.