Los Angeles Times, August 16, 1933:

VIRGINIA NASH

Angelino Killed in Auto Mishap
ASHTON
(Idaho) Aug. 15. - Virginia Nash, 14 years of age, of Los Angeles, was fatally injured when an automobile driven by her mother, Mrs. Dorothy Nash, left the Yellowstone highway north of here yesterday afternoon. An inquest was conducted today. Mrs. Nash and a niece, Mildred Watkins, 18, of Los Angeles, were injured, but are reported recovering.


Los Angeles Times, October 28, 1938:

Miss Flora Northrup

Funeral services for Miss Flora J. Northrup, 77, a schoolteacher for half a century, will be conducted at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow at Pierce Bros. mortuary, with cremation following. Miss Northrup, who died Wednesday resided at 110 E. 37th St.


Los Angeles Times, October 18, 1940:

DEATHS

PARKER, Earl S., October 17, at his home, 1408 Mission Drive, Rosemead, a native of Iowa, resident of California for the past 28 years; a former teacher of Franklin High School, Highland Park. Survived by his wife, Mary A. Parker of Rosemead; daughter, Martha Eloise Parker, Los Angeles; son, Willis L. Parker of New York City. Funeral services 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Du Bois Funeral Home, San Gabriel, Rev. A. W. Gray and the Highland Park Masonic Lodge officiating.


Los Angeles Times, January 21, 1939:

FORMER HIGH SCHOOL PRINCIPAL DIES

   Miss Juliette Pierce, former principal at San Pedro High School, died suddenly yesterday while addressing the Rotary Club at the port's Army and Navy Y.M.C.A. Two physicians present, who attended her, attributed death to heart disease.
   She resigned as principal three years ago because of ill health after 50 years of teaching.
   She was appointed principal in 1927 and resigned in 1936.


Los Angeles Times, March 15, 1935:

DR. PAUL RADIR

Funeral services for Dr. Paul Radir, 44 years of age, professor of zo-ology at Los Angeles Junior College, will be conducted tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. from the Wee Kirk o' the Heather in Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Dr. Radir, who won his academic degree at Stanford University, had taught in the University of Hawaii. He leaves his mother, Mrs. R. H. Norton, and a sister, Mrs. Vere Radir Norton, both of Los Angeles.


Los Angeles Times, January 20, 1935:

NED T. NIBLEY

  Funeral rites for Ned T. Nibley, 17 years of age, assistant scout master, who was fatally injured in a fall at Pacoima Dam January 12, were conducted yesterday at the Wee Kirk o' the Heather, Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Bishop David Howells of the Mormon Church officiated and interment also was in Forest Lawn. Born at Salt Lake City, he was a student at the Los Angeles High School and lived at 1114 Redondo Boulevard, where he leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Nibley, and three brothers, Merrill W., David R. and Emmett Drew Nibley.


Los Angeles Times, October 1, 1950:

Mrs. Alma T. Pence

   Funeral services for Mrs. Alma T. Pence, 54, for 28 years a California schoolteacher, will be conducted by Forest Lawn Mortuary tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Little Church of the Flowers. Mrs. Pence died Wednesday in Hollywood Leland Hospital. Her home was at 1733 Glendon Ave., West Los Angeles. During the past 10 years she was vocational training teacher in Venice High School. She leaves her brother, William L. Thomas, and a sister, Mrs. Hulda Folcke.


Los Angeles Times, July 12, 1948:

Rudolph J. Pelunis

   Funeral services for Rudolph J. Pelunis, 50, who died of a heart ailment Thursday while on duty as a special officer in Beverly Hills, will be conducted today at 3 p.m. in the chapel of Hollywood Cemetery. Mr. Pelunis was a teacher at Edison Junior High School who did special police work during his summer vacations. He leaves his widow, Mae, and two daughters, Lynette and Joan, at the family residence, 1910 1/2 Stearns Drive, and another daughter, Mrs. Gordon Ford.


Los Angeles Times, March 21, 1948:

Miss Helen R. Oden

   Miss Helen R. Oden, 67, of 1101 S Westmoreland Avel, retired supervisor of the music department, University of Southern California Extension Division, died yesterday in her home following a long illness. A native of Benton Harbor, Mich., Miss Oden came to Los Angeles 43 years ago. Subsequently she became a teacher of music in the Los Angeles city schools. She leaves three nephews, all residents of the city: Charles R. Oden, Richard F. Oden, and H. H. Root. Funeral services will be conducted at 3 p.m. in the Hollywood Cemetery Chapel. Interment will be in Hollywood Cemetery, with Pierce Bros. Hollywood Mortuary in charge.