Allert, Bobbie

Bobbie Allert was Vice-President of her Freshman Class, 1940.
She was President of her 1942 Junior Class. She is also a member of the Mar-Ken Chapter of the National Honor Society.

From the October 11, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
Bobbie Allert was elected Treasurer of the Sophomore Class.

Jeanne Johnston, Bobby Allert and alumnus Hal Belfer offered their personal variations on the tap-dance theme as part of the entertainment at the Mar-Ken Get Acquainted Party given by the school faculty on the evening of September 27.

From the November 8, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
Orchids to Bobbie Allert for her Highland Fling.

Bobby Allert’s birthday is January 17.

From the November 20, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
WHO’S WHO: Bobbie Allert – – Here we have brown haired, blue-eyed Bobbie Allert of the talented feet. She was born on January 17th in the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is to be a dancer in pictures, go around the world, and write a book. She is a fiend for football games, chocolate malts, hot dogs, and hates to sit under the dryer. Would rather dance than anything . . except attend a good show. She started out as the star of the Andrews Sisters in New York. Started out – – oh well life can play funny tricks.

From the 1940 Mar-Ken Yearbook, as a Freshman:
BOBBIE ALLERT (Born in Minneapolis, Minnesota)
With her nose in a book, Bobbie looks up long enough to say “When I’m not reading I really like to dance.” But equally as well she likes collecting wee objects, what for? – – oh must for the fun of it. Then too she confesses a weakness for ice cream sodas and malts, but woe unto anyone mentioning carrots or cauliflower! In school, Literature is her favorite study. She is partial to blue or pink. Her secret ambition is to be an actress, write a book, and go around the world.

From the March 14, 1941 issue of the Mar-Ken Journal (student newspaper):
Bobbie Allert – Sophomore student, now the author of the very popular column “B – – – on the Allert”. Bobbie has attended Mar-Ken since the eighth grade. Her ambition is to be a dancer in pictures and her favorite sport is swimming.

From the November 1941 issue of the Mar-Ken Journal (student newspaper):
Bobbie Allert – Here we have browned haired, blue-eyed Bobbie Allert of the talented feet. She was born on January 17th in the city of Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is to be a dancer in pictures, going around the world, and write a book. She is a fiend for football dames, chocolate malts, hot dogs, and hates to sit under the dryer. Would rather dance than anything … except attend a good sa… [text illegible] She started out as the star in the same kiddy show with two of the Andrews Sisters in New York. Started out – oh life can play funny tricks.

From the 1941 Mar-Ken Yearbook, as a Sophomore:
With a new personality approach “your money or your life”, the treasurer of the tenth grade attained success in “wheedling” the monthly dues from each member. Working hard with the President, Bobbie has given invaluable aid to the party affairs of the class.

Bobbie Allert — Minneapolis, Minnesota
Say hello to Bobbie Allert, at her aims just take a look,
She wants to be an actress, see the world and write a book,
As for her favorite pastime, she could dance the livelong day,
She thinks there’s nothing quite as swell to pass the time away.

From the 1942 Mar-Ken Yearbook, as a Junior:
In the cold city of Minneapolis, Minn. on January 17th, Bobbie Allert took her first breath. Her desire is to become a dancer in pictures. She does a great deal of reading and her favorite book is “Trelawny.” Her every word is “Are you kiddin’?”, and she hates people who talk too much.