From the 1936 Lawlor Journal column “In the Grade School”:
Lois Lee, after a successful “summer-ful” 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 that operated as an agent for vaudeville artists and independent theatres. “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 Mar-Ken.org]
From the October 15, 1936 Lawlor Journal article, “Public Speaking Group to Present Plays”:
Special Selections will be given on the day the play will be presented. Those giving these specialties are: Lois Lee…
From the March 15, 1937 Lawlor Journal:
EIGHTH GRADE NUTS, I MEAN NOTES: Lois Lee and David Tillotson are distributing their talents down at the Musart Theatre in “The Wisdom Tooth.” The latest report is that they want to extend the run at the Musart, but the director is trying to get the play to be shown at the Hollywood Playhouse instead.