Davis, Mary Francis

Mary Francis Davis

From an April 1938 Mar-Ken Journal:
Mary Francis Davis, for the past three weeks, has been giving a very fine performance in the play “A Man in Bed.” Her characterization of a movie-struck nurse who falls in love with a handsome movie idol is very well handled by our own Mary.

From the September 30, 1938 Mar-Ken Journal:
SURPRISE PARTY: Last Saturday night a surprise party was given for Bill White. It was His-?-Birthday. Those attending included Kingston Detz, Mary Davis, Florence Pepper, Charlene Bernard, Rosita Butler, Kent Bessire, Joan Laurie, and a host of others. A grand time was had by all. And we wish Bill many more happy Birthdays.

From the October 13, 1938 Mar-Ken Journal:
•Mary Francis Davis was elected unanimously for President of the senior class.
•THINGS WE COULDN’T DO WITHOUT: Mary Davis – her accent.

From the October 28, 1938 Mar-Ken Journal:
Mary Davis is 12th Grade (Senior) Class President.

From the November 24, 1938 Mar-Ken Journal:
THANKSGIVING DOINS’ Most of our students are anticipating a grand time on Thanksgiving. Here are some of their plans: – –
Mary “Sugar” Davis . . . Mexico!!

From 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

•”Horoscope – December’s Child – Sagattarius”
Mary Davis was born under the sign Sagattarius (in December)


From the September 27, 1940 Mar-Ken Journal:
ALUMNI: Mary Francis Davis is working at M.G.M. on “Fighting Sons”.