From the October 15, 1936 Lawlor Journal article, “Public Speaking Group to Present Plays”:
Jed McKee is the drama class.
From the November 19, 1936 Lawlor Journal:
Jed McKee was on the Lawlor football team when they challenged Hollywood Professional School on November 19, 1936.
From the December 3, 1936 Lawlor Journal:
LAFF THAT OFF!
The play, “Laff That Off,” by Don Mullay, is slowly, but surely progressing. What with stars, leads and understudies, Mrs. DeShon has her hands full.
Marvin Ravitz and Jed McKee are both in the limelight for the comedy lead. The two boys portray the part to about the same standing, except that their personalities differ. Although the part is funny and rough, Marvin seems to keep a calm, cool tone in his voice; when Jed’s emotions are decidedly bombastic.
They both have Public Speaking different periods, but while rehearsing, they have the class in an uproar. So, with Jed a “scream” and Marvin a “riot,” we are all very sure that we will have a fun house.
— Catherine Kennedy
From the May 24, 1937 Lawlor Journal:
Jed McKee is in the senior class.