Los Angeles Times, February 5, 1935:


   Funeral services for Carl William Gray, 51 years of age, instructor in chemistry at Hollywood High School, who died of pneumonia at the Queen of the Angels Hospital on Saturday, will be conducted today at 4 p.m. at the Little Church of the Flowers. Interment also will be in Forest Lawn. Mr. Gray's home was at 10739 Camarillo street, North Hollywood. He leaves his widow and three children. Online casino Ireland

Los Angeles Times, Dec 13, 1938:

Miss Kate L. Gridley

   Funeral services for Miss Kate Louise Gridley, 57, vice principal at George Washington High School, will be conducted today at 4 p.m. in Pierce Bros. chapel. Interment will follow in Rosedale Cemetery. She leaves a brother, Franklin B. Gridley.

Los Angeles Times, Oct 1, 1934:

   Final rites for Robert Hall, 47 years of age, who died Saturday at his home at 3207 ½ West Seventh street, will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow from Pierce Brothers chapel. Mr. Hall had been a resident of Los Angeles for the past thirteen years, and for the past two years had been employed as a mechanical arts teacher in the local schools. He leaves his widow, Mrs. Edith M. Hall, and two sons, Woodrow and Andre Hall.

Los Angeles Times, September 26, 1938:

Schoolteacher Taken by Death
Mrs. Lulu Hansen's Funeral Services Will Be Tomorrow

   Mrs. Lulu Lindley Hansen, for twenty years a teacher at Virgil Junior High School, died yesterday at Glendale Sanitarium in her sixtieth year.

  A resident of Southern California since 1903, Mrs. Hansen lived at 747 South New Hampshire avenue.
   She leaves a brother, Logan Lindley of Sierra Madre; two sisters, Mrs. Charles McDonald of Long Beach and Mrs. B. L. Ross of Sacramento, and two aunts, Mrs. Willis M. Fuller and Mrs. B. E. Metcalf, both of Los Angeles.
  Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 3 p.m. at the Little Church of the Flowers, the body cremated and the ashes returned to the family home in Humboldt county.

Los Angeles Times, Feb 3, 1920:


   Funeral services for Morris E. Havens, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Havens, 616 Bixel street, who died last Friday night, will be held this afternoon at Koop's undertaking rooms, 1814 West Washington street. Rev. W. G. Conley, who was pastor of the El Centro Christian Church when the Havens family resided in that city, will officiate.    Mr. Havens was not quite 20 years old. He was of frail physique and succumbed after a brief attack of pneumonia. He had many friends in this city and in Imperial Valley. I n spite of his physical handicap he was an ambitious student and was well started on a promising career as an artist.

Los Angeles Times, Jul 3, 1939:

Chaffey Teacher Dies in England

ONTARIO, July 2. - Harry W. Hawkinson, 59, science teacher at Chaffey Junior College, died unexpectedly at Amesbury, Eng., according to word received here today.   Hawkinson with his wife and son William was starting on a motor tour of Great Britain when death came. The body is to be cremated and returned here.

Los Angeles Times, January 16, 1941:

Miss Fleeta Hodge

Funeral services for Miss Fleeta Hodge, 40, Los Angeles High School teacher, will be conducted at 4 p.m. today in the Little Church of the Flowers, Forest Lawn Memorial Park.
Miss Hodge, who taught mathematics at the high school for 17 years, died Tuesday at the Queen of Angels Hospital.
She attended the University of Colorado and Washington University in St. Louis. Miss Hodge was president of the Los Angeles Alpha Delta Pi Alumnae Association and active in Parent-Teacher work at the school.
She leaves her father Isaac, and a sister, Miss Inez Hodge.

Los Angeles Times, Oct 31, 1922:


PASADENA, Oct. 30. - Overstudy is declared to have caused the death today of Alberta Humpert, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Humpert, of 910 Brooklyn avenue, Altadena, after two weeks' illness. The girl was valedictorian of her class at Altadena elementary school last spring and declared her intention, on entering Pasadena High School, of leading her class for four years. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m.

Los Angeles Times, November 14, 1939:

Retired Redlands Teacher, 76, Dies

REDLANDS, Nov. 13. - Miss Emma L. Jackson, 76, for 37 years a teacher here, died in her home, 309 W. State St., this morning, following a long illness. She retired on her teacher's pension several years ago. She started teaching in 1888 in Lugonia School and became principal of McKinley School when it was organized. She was one of the founders of the San Bernardino County Historical Society.

Los Angeles Times, April 7, 1937:

Milton P. Keller

  Last rites for Milton P. Keller, former Stanford University football player and law student at the University of Southern California, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Pierce Brothers chapel, with Rev. Herbert J. Weaver officiating. Fraternity brothers of the youth will act as pallbearers. Cremation will follow at the Los Angeles Crematory. Keller was a star athlete at the Hollywood High School previous to entering Stanford University.

Los Angeles Times, February 5, 1924:


Feb. 4. - All of Inglewood was in mourning today for 17-year-old Anna Kerr, the victim of a motor-car accident, whose funeral was conducted this afternoon from the Inglewood Cemetery chapel, Rev. A. E. Stambaugh of the Pentecostal Church officiating. The inquest this morning at the Beaver and Matson mortuary resulted in a verdict of unavoidable accident.
   The young girl's casket was heaped with flowers and hundreds of her former chums at Inglewood High School, leading citizens and representatives of the civic organizations of the community were represented in the funeral cortege.
   The girl was struck by an automobile driven by Allen L. Beagle, electrician, of 318 Nectarine street, last Monday. Compound fracture of the skull resulted. She did not regain consciousness and died Thursday evening in the Angelus Hospital, Los Angeles.
   Miss Kerr was next to the oldest of a family of nine children of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Kerr of 347 East Manor Drive, this city.

Los Angeles Times, September 26, 1894:

Death of Miss Mary Lathrop.

Miss Mary Lathrop, teacher of Sloyd in the Normal School, died yesterday at the residence of her sister, Mrs. Schroeder, No. 925 West Sixth street, after a brief illness from typhoid fever. Miss Lathrop was highly accomplished in her calling. She was a native of Somerville, N.J., and a graduate of the New York Conservatory of Music, of the full course in the Oswego (N.Y.) Normal School, and of the prime normal art course in the New Paltz (N.Y.) Normal School, in which institution she was also teacher of drawing and physical culture. She traveled extensively in Norway, Sweden, Scotland, Germany and France, and took a course in Sloyd with Herr Soloman at Neiss. She had just begun her duties as teacher in this city when the fatal illness overtook her.

Los Angeles Times, Jan 20, 1938:

Constantine S. Life

Funeral services for Constantine S. Life, 80-year-old former teacher in Los Angeles schools, who died at his home, 1025 West Seventy-eighth street, Tuesday, will be conducted today at 2 p.m. in Pierce Brothers’ chapel. Interment will follow in Inglewood Park Cemetery.

Los Angeles Times, July 25, 1939:

Miss I. M. Lindsley

Funeral services for Miss I. Marie Lindsley, 55, for 30 years a teacher in Los Angeles public schools, will be held at 3 p.m. today at Cresse Mortuary in Highland Park.

Miss Lindsley died Sunday. Recently she was teacher of domestic science at John Muir Junior High School. She lived at 348 W. Ave. 42.

Los Angeles Times, February 27, 1951:

Miss Elizabeth Lodwick

Funeral services for Miss Elizabeth Lodwick, former teacher at Hollywood, Los Angeles and Long Beach Polytechnic high schools, will be conducted tomorrow at 11 a.m. by Forest Lawn Mortuary in the Little Church of the Flowers, entombment following. Miss Lodwick died Sunday at her home, 427 Manila St., Long Beach. She leaves three sisters, Dr. Kathryn Hargrave, San Gabriel; Mrs. Ruth Phillips, El Reno, Okla., and Mrs. C. E. Blee, Knoxville, Tenn.

Los Angeles Times, October 10, 1944:

Joseph E. Lyons

Requiem mass for Joseph E. Lyons, 18-year-old son of Assemblyman and Mrs. John C. Lyons of 705 N. Robinson St., will be celebrated at 9 a.m. today at St. Francis of Assisi Church, following recitation of rosary last night at the chapel of the Cunningham & O'Connor Mortuary. Young Lyons, a student at Belmont High School, died Sunday. Besides his parents he leaves a sister, Virginia M. Lyons. Interment will be in Holy Cross Cemetery.

Los Angeles Times, March 1, 1946:

Elizabeth Martin

Private funeral services will be conducted today by Rev. Willsie Martin for Elizabeth Browning (Betsy) Martin, 17, younger daughter of George R. Martin, vice-president of the Security-First National Bank of Los Angeles, and Mrs. Martin. Interment will be in Forest Lawn Memorial-Park. Miss Martin, a senior at Marlborough School for Girls, died at her home at 350 S. Irving Blvd. early yesterday after a two-month illness. She leaves her parents and her sister Jean, a student at the University of California at Berkeley.

Los Angeles Times, May 10, 1939:

George M. McDaniels

   Funeral services for George M. McDaniels, Belmont High School teacher for the last 15 years, who died Monday at the California Hospital after a short illness, will be conducted at Bresee Brothers and Gillette chapel. Interment will follow in Inglewood Park Cemetery.
  Mr. McDaniels, 67, had taught in the Los Angeles school system since coming here in 1912, and had been a teacher for 45 years. He lived at 1147 W. 31st St.

Los Angeles Times, March 9, 1937:

Alexander J. McTavish

  Funeral arrangements were being made yesterday by Edwards Brothers for Alexander J. McTavish, Hollywood High School student and son of Hiram McTavish, attorney. Young McTavish died Sunday at the French Hospital as the result of a toboggan accident at Big Bear two weeks ago. He was 18 years of age. The family home is at 6517 Leland Way.

Los Angeles Times, December 18, 1941:

Manhattan Beach Has War Casualty

  MANHATTAN BEACH. Dec. 17. – Notice of the death of Albert Melville Jr., apprentice seaman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Melville of 1124 Second St., was received today. Melville was reported killed in action somewhere in the Pacific. He was a graduate of St. James Parochial School, and a student at Redondo Union High School before entering the Navy. A mass will be said in the Catholic Church of the American Martyrs at 9 a.m. Monday.

Los Angeles Times, August 22, 1939:

Michael Mikos

Student Body Head Dies of Paralysis
Augs. 21. - Nordhoff Union High School must choose another president for its student body because President-elect Michael Mikos, 17, is dead today, the county's first infantile paralysis victim this year.
  Death came 48 hours after the Ojai Valley youth first began to complain of a sore throat. Even an iron lung, had there been one available in the county, would not have saved his life, in the opinion of the family physician, Dr. C. G. Drace.
   He leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Mikos, of Ojai; two sisters, Mary and Lillie, and a brother Nick.