Jay’s surname was spelled in some Lawlor Journal entries as “Morely.”
From the December 3, 1936 Lawlor Journal:
Dialing Around: Jay Morely, new Lawlor student, and Helen Greco, popular grade schooler, are featured soloists on KFWB’s daily “Squirrel Cage.”
Jay Morely was mentioned as in the twelfth grade, senior class.
From the February 11, 1937 Lawlor Journal:
NEW JOURNALISM CLASS GO-GETTERS.
With a larger Journalism class, and a real cooperative effort, this new edition of the Lawlor Journal comes to you. The news hasn’t been left all on the shoulders of just one person; everybody in the class is working towards bettering this publication.
The class consists of Jack Brown, Ginger Fay, Jeraldine Osmont, Laurette Sarch, Jay Morely, Mary Bell, Lorraine Hubbell and Dorothy Jackson. Miss Evelyn Born is again Faculty Advisor.
Yes, Al Hill is still editor.
From the February 11 and the May 24, 1937 issues of The Lawlor Journal:
Jay Morley is Radio Editor of The Lawlor Journal.
From the March 15, 1937 Lawlor Journal:
•Jay Morley served as Radio Editor for the school newspaper.
•LAWLORITES IN RADIO SHOW: Sidney Miller, Tommy Bond, and Jay Morely are heard regularly on the Gus Edwards program, over KFWB.