Jerebek, Milada Rose

Milada Rose Jerebek

Milada is included in a “get well” letter to fellow Lawlor Professional School student Gerry Morgan, dated May 27, 1937.

She used Milada Rose as her professional name.

Composer Rudolf Friml is her uncle.

From a 1936 Lawlor Journal column “In the Grade School”:
Lois Lee, after a successful “summer-full” of Professional engagements on the Bert Levey Circuit, went to work at Columbia, recording with Grace Moore for the picture “Interlude.” Other Grade-schoolers to work on this picture included Charles Meyer, Milada Rose, Betty Greco, the three Weidler boys, and Gloria Delson. [Note: The reference to the Bert Levey Circuit refers to a Circuit of Independent Vaudeville Theatres, which operated as an agent for vaudeville artists and independent theatres. The movie “Interlude” was a working title for a movie released in February 1937 as “When You’re In Love” starring opera singer Grace Moore and Cary Grant. None of the children mentioned are acknowledged in the movie credits. – Alan Simon, for]

From the November 19, 1936 Lawlor Journal:
Grade School Gradings: Milada Rose has been singing over KMPC, in Beverly Hills, almost every Sunday.

From the November 24, 1938 Mar-Ken Journal:
The fifth and sixth grade room has been working on an activity; “The Contributions of Our Ancestors.” The children have this work put in bookform. Each child took a country from which his ancestors came, and wrote about it as his most important chapter. Each used countries such as England, France, and Germany. They are also writing about the countries as follows:
Malada Rose:  NATIONALITY: Czechoslovakian – COUNTRY: Czechoslovakia