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erly Hills, Calif.

Home Address: 710 No. Palm Dr., Beverly
Hills, Calif.

MANCHESTER. Frederick (Alexan-
der), A.B., A.M., Ph.D.
Writer, Editor, Educator.
Born: Wisconsin, 1882: s. of Nettie (Duns-
ton) and Thomas Amos Manchester.
Education: Wis. pub. schs.; Univ. of Wis.
Degrees: A.B., 1904, A.M., 1905, and Ph.D.,
1911, U. of Wis. ,

Married: Jane, d. of Flora (Snyder) and Al-
fred Silas Fries; ch.: Meredith (dau.).
Prof. Record: SchoUr, Fellow, English, U of
Wis., 1904-06; Instr., Eng., Stanford U.,
1906-08; Mary M. Adams Fellow, Eng., 1908-
09. and Instr., Asst. Prof., Asso. Prof., Eng.,
1909-26, U. of Wis. (on leave, 1923-26) ; Vis-
iting Prof., Eng., U. of So. Calif., part
time, 1929-30, 1936-38, and full time, sum-
mer, 1930; Prof., Eng., Immaculate Heart
Coll. (Los Angeles), part time, 19.30-32.
Publications: Author (with others): Compo-
sition for College Students (Macmillan), 1922,
fourth edit., 1937; First Aid in English Com-
position (Macmillan), 1939. Editor (with oth-
ers): Essays for College Men (Holt), first
series, 1913. second series, 1915; Harper's
Anthology, two vols, and Manual (Harper),
1926; Spanish Character and Other Essays,
by Irving Babbitt (Houghton), 1940.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa.
Home Address: 1817 So. Harvard Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

MANCHESTER, Genevieve Savage,

B.S., M.S.

Principal, A-to-Zed School.
Born: Woodland (Calif.); d. of Flora L.
(Darby) and Philip M. Savage.
Education: Univ. of California.
Degrees: B.S., 1901, M.S., 1904, U. of Calif.
Married: George Peabody, s. of Lew Man-
chester, at Tulare (Calif.), 1899: ch.: Dor-
othy Beals, Robin Savage, Margery McCorkle.
Prof. Record: Principal, A- to- Zed School,

Memberships: Berkeley Woman's City Club.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 3037 Telegraph Ave., Berkeley,

Home Address: 2645 Shasta Rd., Berkeley,

MANGOLD, Professor George Benja-
min, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Professor of Sociology and Social Work, Univ.
of Southern California.

Born: Waupeton (Iowa), July 7, 1876; s. of
Mary (Datisman) and John Mangold.
Education: Cornell College (Mt. Vernon, la.).
Degrees: A.B., Cornell College, 1901; M.A..
Univ. of Chicago, 1903; Ph.D., Univ. of Wis-
consin, 1906.

Married: Edith, d. of Elvira and Henry H.
Putnam, at Manchester (Iowa), 1905; ch.:
Robert, Janet, George B., Jr.
Prof. Record: Lecturer, U. of Pennsylvania,
1905-07; Expert Special Agent, U. S. Bureau
of Labor, 1907-08; Asso. Director, St. Louis
School of Social Economv, 1908-12. Director,
1912-24 : Professor, Sociology and Social Work
U. of So. California, 1928—. Lectured in
summer schools of: U. of Calif., U. of Iowa,
Emory U., U. of Missouri.
Directorships: Chairman, Los Angeles County
Probation Commn.; So. Calif. Section Confer-
ence on Family Relations: Social Welfare
Comm., Municipal League of Los Angeles;
Vice-chairman, Amer. Inst, for Family Re-
lations: Board, Cleland House of Neighborly

Publications: Books pub. by Macmillan Co.
include: Child Problems. 1910; Problems of
Child Welfare. 1914, 1st Rev., ibid., 1924, 2nd
Rev., ibid., 1936; Socio! Pathology, 1932; Or-
ganization for Social Welfare, 1934. Chal-
lenge of St. Louis (Missionary Edn. Move-
ment, New York), 1917; Children Born Out
of Wedlock (U. of Missouri), 1921.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa (honor frat.);
Scottish Rite Masonic Order, 32°.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Democrat (Liberal).
Recreations: Playing pipe organ, collecting

Bits. Address: 3551 University Park, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 3764 Olympiad Dr., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

MANKIEWICZ, Joseph Leo, A.B.

Writer and Producer; Metro-Goldwj'n-Mayer

Born: Wilkes-Barre (Pa.), Feb. 11. 1909: s.
of Johanna (Blumenau) and Frank Mankie-

Education: Stuj'vesant High School and Co-
lumbia Univ. (New York City) ; Univ. of Ber-
lin (Germany); Alliance Francaise (Pans,
France) .

Degrees: A.B., Columbia, 1928.
Married: Rosa Maria Luise, d. of Luise and
Alois Stradner, at New York City, July 28,
1939; ch.: Eric Young, Christopher.
Prof Record: Newspaper and motion picture
Writer (Germany), 1928, 1929; Writer and
Producer of motion pictures (California),
since 1929. At present associated with Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer Studios (Culver City, Calif.).
Memberships: Phi Sigma Delta; West Side
Tennis Club (Los Angeles); California
Yacht Club (Los Angeles).
Bus Address: Metro - (3oldwyn - Mayer Stu-
dios, Culver City, Calif.

Home Address: 694 Amalfi Dr., Pacific Pali-
sades, Calif.



MANN, Charles William,

B.S.. F.A.A.A.S.

Senior Pomologlst, U.S. Department of Agn

Born: Pittsburgh (Pa.), Jan. 4, 1879; s. of
Sarah Mellnda (Lansing) and William Imrle

Education: Pittsburgh Tllgh School (Pa.);
Univ. of Pittsburgh; Cornell Univ.
Degrees: B.S., Cornell U., VM)G (graduate
study, 1910).

Married: C.irollno Whallon, d. of Charles
Stanley Judd. at Port Henry (New York),
1012; ch.: Douglas Lansing, William Imrle,
Robert Edward.

^rof. Record: Conducted soil surveys for
U.S. Bureau of Soils in the west, 1906-09;
A.sst. Pomologist, U.S. Rurenu Plant Indus-
try, 1910-14: Pomoloarist, 1914-19; Pomolo-
gist in charge of fruit transportation and
storage investigations of U.S.D.A., 1919-22;
Senior Pomologist, U.S. D.A., since 1922. De-
veloped of fruit precooling. transit
refrigeration and ventilation in investigations
conducted in cooperation with railroads and
fruit industries on Pacific Coast. Has been
granted patents on precooling process which
were assigned to public use.
Publications: Bulletins and reports of U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture on transportation and
storage of fruits and vegetables.
Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Assn. for Ad-
vancement Sci.; Amer. Pomological Soc. :
Amer. Soc. for Horticultural Sci. ; Federal
Business Assn.; Cornell Club of Calif.; Alpha

Recreations: Fruit growing.

Bus. Address: 209 Federal Bldg., Pomona,

Home Address: So. Walnut St., San Dimas,

MANN. Professor Frederick Maynard,

B.C.E., C.E., B.S., M.S., F.A.I.A.

Professor of Architecture Emeritus.
Born: New York City, May 1, 1868; s. of
Georgiana (Teall) and Samuel Rexford Mann.
Education: Univ. of Minnesota.
Degrees: B.C.E., 1892, C.E., 1898, U. of
Minn.; B.S., 1894, M.S., 1895 (both in Ar-
chitecture), Mass. Inst, of Tech.
Married: Grace Hitchcock of Boston (Mass.),
July 29, 1902 (dec, 1937); ch.: Dorothy
Hitchcock, Eleanor Hitchcock, Fred Maynard.
Prof. Record: Instr. in Architecture, U. of
Pennsylvania, 1895-99; practicing Architect
(Philadelphia, Pa.), 1898-1902: Prof, of Ar-
chitecture, Washington U., 1902-10, U. of
Illinois, 1910-13, U. of Minnesota, from 1913;
now Professor Emeritus. Practicing Architect,
Minneapolis (Minn.), 1914-26. Pres., Minnea-
polis City Planning Commission; Member,
State Planning Comm. ; Trustee, ?.Iinneapolis
Inst, of Art.

Memberships: Fellow, American Institute of

Architects (Regional Dir.); Tau Beta Pi:

Sigma Xi; Psl Upsilon; Commonwealth Club

(San Francisco).

Religion: Congregational.

Home Address: Healdsburg, Calif.

MANN. George Carlisle. A.B., M.A.

Chief, Division of Adult and Continuation
Education, California State Dept. of Educa-

Horn: Petersburg (Va.), Nov. .'50, 1891; «. of
Margaret (Ritchie) and I^gan M. Mann.
Education: Univ. of North Carolina; Univ. of
.So. Calif.; Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., 1911, M.A., 191.3, U. of No.

Married: Mildred, d. of George M. Cooke, at
Carlsbad (N.M.); ch.: Mildred, Margaret,
George, Jr.

Prof. Record: Principal of High School and
Football Coach (N.C.), 191.3-14; Engineer
(Colorado), 1915; Prin. and Coach (Carlsbad,
N.M.), 1916-17; organized and directed educa-
tion program for Great Western Sugar Co.,
1919-20; became Chief of the Bureau of Vo-
cational Ed., U. of Colorado, and organized
training program for mining fields, 1920-23;
apptd. State Supervisor of Trade and Indus-
trial Ed. (Arizona), 1923-25; organized and
directed foremanship training program,
Phelps-Dodge Mining Co. (Arizona and New
Mexico) ; lectured, U. of Calif, (summer ses-
sion), 1925; and became Dir. of Vocational
Ed., Berkeley Schools and Lecturer in Ed.,
1925-,34; made survey and analysis of Los
Angeles Police Dept., 19.32-,33: became Crhief,
Division of Adult and Continuation Ed., State
Dept. of Ed., State of Calif., 19.34 — . Lectur-
er in Ed., U. of So. Calif., 1935; organized
special program of consumer education and
directed the ed. program for the Life Under-
writers Assn., 1939; elected Pres. of Dept. of
Adult Ed. of the N.E.A., 1938. Director of
Student Work and Related Training, N.Y.A.,
Federal Security Agency, 1940-41.
Publications: Police Analysis Study, Los An-
geles Police Dept., (McGraw Hill), 1932;
Bibliography on Consumer E ducation
(Harpers), 1939; Syllabus on Vocational Edu-
cation; Conference Method in Education.
Army Service: Captain, Engineers Corps, U.S.
Army, 1918.

Memberships: Phi Delta Kappa, Phi Beta

Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Ranching.

Bus. Address: California State Bldg., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 13099 Addison, Van Nuys,
Calif. •

MANNING. Paul De Vries. A.B., Ph.D.

Engineer, Editor, Director of Research.
Born: Omaha (Neb.), May 4, 1893; s. of
Mary J. (De Vries) and Albinus P. Manning.
Education: High School (Salem, Ore.); Wil-
lamette Univ. ; Stanford Univ. ; Calif. Insti-
tute of Tech.; Columbia Univ.
Married: Hortense I. Ingalls in Portland
(Ore.), May 22, 1918: ch.: Paul De Vries,
Jr., William K. I., Alston P.
Bus. Record: Began as a Research Asst. and
Teaching Fellow, Calif. Institute of Tech.,
1916-17; was Research Chemist, Division T.
Ordnance, Dept., U.S.A., at Nitrate Plant No.
1, and Fixed Nitrogen Research Lab., 1918;
Research Engr., Chile Exploration Co. (New
York City), 1919-20: Chem. Engr., Internat.
Coal Prod. Corp. and Bregeat Corp. of Amer.
(New York), 1920-23; Bridgam Fellow, Co-
lumbia U., 1924; Mem., Chem. Eng. Faculty,
Columbia Univ., 1925: Cons. Chem. Engr.
(New York), 1925; Dir., Research, Invo
Chem. Co. (Los Angeles, Calif.), 1925-26;
Cons. Engr. and Mem., firm of Barton, Man-
ning & Warner (Alhambra. Calif.), 1926-27.
At present, is the Pacific Coast Editor of an



engineering magazine and Director of Re-
search of Golden State Company, Ltd. (San
Francisco^ Engr. in New York State.
Directorships: Vice-Pres., West. Condensing
Co (San Francisco); Director of Research,
Golden State Co.. Ltd. (San Francises)):
Marine Magnesium Products Corp. (So. ban

Publications: Pac. Coast Ed., Chemical and
Metallurgical Engineering (San Francisco,
Calif ) Publications in scientific periodicals
and patents in U.S. and foreign countries.
Memherslups: Amer. Chem. See, Amer. Inst.
of Chem. Engrs.; Fellow, Amer. Assn.
Advmt. Sci., Amer. Diary Science Assn.,
Poultrv Science Assn.; Engrs. Club (San
Francisco) : Orinda Country, Hillside, Faculty
(Berkeley); Sigma Xi. Epsilon Chi, Phi Lam-
bda Upsilon, Alpha Chi Sigma.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Hiking.

Bus. Address: 411 Battery St.. 425 Battery
St., and 68 Post St., San Francisco, Calif.
Home Address: 540 Woodmont Ave., Berkeley,

MANNIX. Sister Mary Dolorosa,

A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Educator; President. Mount Saint Mary's

Born: Cincinnati (Ohio); d. of Mary Ellen
(Walsh) and John B. Mannix, Esq.
Education: Acad, of Our Lady of Peace (San
Diego, Calif.); Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: A.B., 1922, M.A., 1923, Univ. of
Ariz.; Ph.D., Catholic Univ. of America
(Washington, D.C.), 1925.

Publications: Sancti Ambrosii Oratio (a doc-
toral dissertation, commentary and transla-
tion of the funeral oration of The Emperor
Theodosius); Vita Christi (a Latin te.xtbook).
Memberships: Phi Kappa Phi.
Religion : Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Home Address: Mount St. Mary's Coll., 12001
Chalon Rd., Los Angeles, Calif.

MANSFIELD. Lewis Pierce. A.B.

Treasurer. Fireman's Fund Insurance Group.
Born: Portland (Me.). Nov. 10. 1894; s of
Charlotte Hall (Pierce) and Warren Wilson

Education: Public schools in Portland (Me.);
Harvard College.

Degrees: A.B., Harvard Coll., 1916.
Married: Elinor Clifford, d, of Elizabeth
(Ward) and Charles Benen Perkins, at Bos-
ton (Mass.), Sept. 22, 1923; ch. : four.
Bus Record: Investment business in Boston
and' New York, 1921-28; Officer in Invest-
ment Dept. of The Prudential Ins. Co. of
America, 1928-36 (Newark. N.J.); Asst.
Secv American Chamber of Commerce (Lon-
don, England), 1920-21; Finance Director (4
mos., 1933) PWA (Washington, D.C.), 1933;
Treasurer, Fireman's Fund Ins. Group, 193b-

Directorships: Treas., Fireman's Fund Ins.

Memberships: University Club of San Fran-
Religion: Unitarian.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 401 California St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 2988 Pacific Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.


Proprietor, La Palma Cafeteria, Los Angeles.
Born: Salem (Ohio), Dec. 12, 1883; s. of
Anna (Boor) and Frank Manspeaker.
Education: Grade and High Schools, Salem

Married: Gracia A., d. of Almon P. Maginnis
in Los Angeles (Calif.), June 5, 1888; ch.:
Almon F., Gracia Louise, and Charles Irving.
Btis. Record: Before 1916 was in the insur-
ance bus.; since then, has been in the cafe-
teria bus., including the following; Arbor
Cafeteria (Los Angeles). 1916-35, La Palma
Cafeteria (Los Angeles). 1920 to the present.
Memberships: Los Angeles Rotary. Los An-
geles Athletic; Masonic Bodies. 32° York Rite,
also Knight Templar. Shrine.
Religion: Christian Science.
Politics: Republican.

Bus Address: La Palma Cafeteria, 615 So.
Grand Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 2326 Observatory Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

MANWARING. Professor Wilfred
H(amilton), B.S., M.D.

Pathologist (retired) ; Professor Emeritus of
Bacteriology and E.xperimental Pathology,
Stanford Univ.

Born: Ashland (Va.), Sept. 14, 1871; s of
Mary F. (Grlswold) and Theodore P. Man-

Education: Univ. of Mich.; Johns Hopkins
Univ.; Chicago, Berlin, Leipsig, London,

Degrees: B.S., Mich., 1895; M.D., Johns Hop-
kins, 1904.

Married: Ava, d. of Louis P. Mantner, at
Saginaw (Mich.), June 14. 1917; ch.: Fred-
erick Wolcott (19 yrs.) and John Hamilton
(21 yrs.).

Prof Record: Fellow and Teaching Asst.,
Pathology, Univ. of Chicago, 1904-05; Asfo.
Prof of Pathology and Bacteriolosry, Indiana
Univ , 1905-07; Traveling Fellow, Rockefeller
Institute, 1907-10, also Asst. Pathologist,
1910-13- Prof, of Bacteriology and E.xperi-
mental Pathology, Stanford Univ., Calif, since
1913 (Emeritus since 1937).
Publications: Has written numerous research
articles in immunology, serology, and e.xperi-
mental pathologj'.

Memberships : Sigma Xi, Alpha Omega Alpha.
Religion: Protestant (Liberal).
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Stanford University, Calif.
Home Address: 364 Kingsley Ave., Palo Alto,


Tennis Player: Singer.

Born; Beckwourth (Plumas Co., Calif.),
Sept. 28. 1913: d. of Jessie (Wood) and
Harry Briggs Marble.

Education: Polytechnic High Sch. (San Fran-
cisco) .
Prof. Record: Tennis player since 1928, Cham-



ploii of many touiiuimcnts, Incluillnti the fol-
lowltiK: Calif. Jr., KCU); Canadian (Western).
19;i(); Nat. Jr. Doubles, liKU; Calif. Wom-
en's, 10;v_>: Nat. Women's Singles, liKlfi-.'^S-.'i!)
-10: National Women's Doubles, li).!7-.'iK-;i!)
-40 (with Sarah I'alfrev); National Mixed
Doubles, li)a(5-;!9-40 (with Mako-HudKe-Hop-
man-Ri>,'Ks); Irish Singles and Doubles, 1939;
voted "OutstandinK Woman Athlete, 19.39,"
and "Best Dressed Sports Girl. 1939," by
Asso. Press Poll.

Memberships: Clubs: Los Angeles Tennis,
West Side Tennis (Los Angeles): Women's
Nat. Golt and Tennis (Glen Cove, Long
Island) ; AH Eng. Lawn Tennis (Wimbleton,

Religion: Bahai.

.Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Singing, golf, lecturing, and de-

Bus. Address: Sherry Netherland Hotel, New
York City.

Home Address: 457 So. Arden Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif. »

MARBLE, John Maclaren

A.B., M.B.A.

Banker, Rancher. Civic Worker; President.
The John M. C. Marble Company.
Born: Pasadena (Calif.). March 12. 1904: s.
of Miriam (Maclaren) and John Emerson

Education: Polytechnic Elem. Sch. (Pasa-
dena) : So. Pasadena High School : Stanford
Univ. : Grad. Sch. of Bus. Adminstrn., and
Grad. Sch. of Arts and Sciences, Harvard

Degrees: A.B.. Stanford Univ.. 1925; M.B.A..
Harvard Univ.. 1927.

Married: Mary. d. of Edward C. Harwood, in
Pasadena (Calif.). June 28, 1927; ch.: John
Harwood, Peter Emerson, and Mary Gay.
Bus. Record: After graduating from the Grad.
Sch. of Bus. Administrn. at Harvard Univ..
spent a year as Member, Research Staff, at
same institution. Following comml. banking
experience in New York and Los Angeles,
became Exec. Vice-Pres. of The John M. C.
Marble Co. in 1929. and has been Pres. since

Directorships : Pres.. So. Calif. Mortgage
Bankers Assn. (Los Angeles); Partner: Sev-
enty One Ranch. Deeth (Nevada); Rancho
Tularcitos, Monterey County (Calif.); Chmn.,
Residential Research Comm. (Los Angeles) ;
Secy, and Dir., Friends of the Colleges
of Claremont (California) ; Pres. and Dir.,
Temple City Co. ; Bay Cities Properties
Corp.; Member. Invstmt. Comm., Huntington
Mem. Hosp. (Pasadena) ; Member. Board of
Govs.i of Town Hall (Los Angeles).
Memberships: Calif. Club (Los Angeles).
Valley Hunt (Pasadena) ; Alpha Delta Phi.
Bus. Address: 609 So. Grand Ave.. Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 2055 Ashbourne Dr., So. Pas-
adena, Calif. *

MARCELLI. Nino, Mus.M.
Conductor. Composer; Director of Instrument-
al Music. San Diego City Schools.
Born: Rome (Italy). Jan. 21, 1890; s. of An-
gela (D'Ottavi) and Natale Marcelli (Natur-
alized Amer. Citizen at Chicago. 1917).
Education: Public Schools. Santiago (Chile).
Degrees: Mus.M.. National Conservatory of
Music, Santiago (Chile), 1914.

Marriid: Adelaide Vogel. d. of Ednu G.
(Morris) jind C. M. Hurn.s. at Yuma (Ariz.).
Dec. 8. 19'J8; ch.: one boy.
Prof. Record: Conductor; National Symphony
Orchestra of .Santiago. 1911-15; General Head-
quarters, District of Paris (Kr.) Band. 1917-
18; Santa Monica Municipal Orchestra and
Opera Co.. 19'22-24: .San Diego .Symphony
Orchestra and Oratorio Society. 1925-.37. Guest
Conductor. Los Angeles Philharmonic, Holly-
wood Bowl , 1 923-25-34 . Conductor, Ford
Symphonies, California-Pacific International
Exposition, 19.35-.36; Northwest All-Confer-
ence Orchestra (Spokane, Wash.), and Cali-
fornia-Western All-Conference Orchestra f.San
Jose, Calif.), 1941. Guest Lecturer on Con-
ducting, Univ. of So. Calif, and California
Music Colony, 19,34-38. Director, Pacific Grove
Summer School of Music. 1940. Winner of
First Prize in New York Stadium Competition
for American Composers with his Suite Arau-
cana, 1924. Has achieved national reputation
as Music Educator through his published me-
thods, his work as lecturer, and his conduct-
ing at the Music Educators National Con-
ference at Los Angeles.

Published Compositions: Songs: Solitude; Deep
In the Forest: Harp of Sunset; Song of the
Andes. Orchestral: March Processional; Chor-
ale-Fugue; Folk Dance-Smig; The Marcelli
Folio for Orchestra; Ode to a Hero (A tri-
bute to General Pershing). Theatrical: Car-
melita (a light opera in 3 acts). Choral:
Song of Thanks. Methods: The Music Educa-
tor's Basic Methods for 'Cello and for String-
Bass (4 vols.), (all published by Carl Fischer
Inc., New York, between 1924-41).
Army Service: Served with the A.E F in
France during World War I, 344th Infantry,
86th Division; and as Band Leader of Gen-
eral Headquarters. District of Paris.
Memberships: Past Master. San Diego Lodge
No. 35 F.&A.M.. 32° Mem. of Scottish Rite
Bodies of San Diego.

Recreations: Fishing and chess.

Home Address: 2740 First Ave.. San Diego
Calif. ^ '

Summer Address: June Lake, Calif. *

MARCHETTI. Lt. Commander Joseph.


Judge. Municipal Court.

Born: Memphis (Tenn.), Dec. 16, 1896; s. of

Carlo Marchetti.

Education: Elem. Schools, Manual Arts High.

Los Angeles; Univ. of So. Calif. Coll. of Law.

Degrees: LL.B.. Univ. of So. Calif., Coll. of

Prof. Record: Admitted to the practice of
law. Mar.. 1921; Dep. Dist. Attv. of Los An-
geles Co.. 1922-23; Justice of the Peace, Los
Angeles Township, 1924-26; apptd. Deputy
Dist. Atty., 1926; entered private practice in
Los Angeles, 1927; apptd. Municipal Court
Judge, 1934, and has remained in that capa-
city ever since. Reelected two different terms.
Navy Record: Because his eyesight kept him
out of aviation in 1917. he enlisted in the
navy in 1918. served until April. 1919. In
Feb.. 1936, was apptd. Lt. Commdr., U.S.N.
Res., and is now serving in that capacity.
Meynberships: Amer. Legion Post No. 8;
United Veterans of Republic: B.P.O. Elks 99;
Henry S. Orme Lodge No. 458 FAM; Malai-
kah Temple: Consistory; Phi Alpha Delta
(Legal Frat.); Univ. of So. Calif. Alumni;
Trojan Club.

Religion: Episcopal .



Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Horseback riding, swimming,
tennis, sailing, fishing, hunting.
Bus. Address; Hall of Justice, Los Angeles,

Home Address: 8428 Carlton Way, Los An-
geles, Calif.


County Librarian, Inyo County Free Library.
Bor7i: Brovvn Co. (Kansas), July 27, 1880;
d. of Agnes W. (Whillans) and Charles T.

Education: Bellevue Coll. (Neb.); Calif. State
Libr. Sch. (Sacramento).
Degrees: A.B., Bellevue Coll., 1903.
Bus. Record: Teacher in the high schools of
Nebraska from 1903 to 1912; Libr Asst.,
Sutro Branch Library, 1915; Libr. Asst .San-
ta Barbara Free Public Library, 19l3-'^0'
County Libr., Inyo Co., Calif., since 1920.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Inyo County Free Library, In-
dependence, Calif.
H07ne Address: Independence, Calif.

MARION, Frances


Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Nov., 1890; d.
of Minnie (Hall) and Len D. Owens, Sr.
Education: St. Margaret's Hall, San Mateo

Married: Fred Thomson; ch.: Frederick C.
and Richard G.

Publications: Minnie Flynn (Bonl and Live-
right), 1925; Valley People (John Day Co.),
1935- How to Write and Sell Fihn Stones
(Cov'ici-Friede), 1937; Molly, Bless Her (Har-
per & Bros.), 1937. Besides her books has
written many short stories, 300 original mo-
tion pictures, and poems. Some outstanding
motion pictures are: The Rogue Song; The
Big House (Acad, of Motion Picture Arts
and Sciences Award, 1930) ; The Champ (same
award, 1932); Min and Bill; Emma; The
Prizefigther and the Lady; Blondie of the
Follies; Secret Six; Riffraff.
Awards: Acad, of Motion Picture Arts and
Sciences Award in 1930, for The Big House.
and in 1932, for The Champ.
Memberships: Author's League of Amer.,
Amer. Museum of Natural History (Hon.
Member) .

Recreations: Music, sculpturing.
Home Address: 7927 Selma Ave., Hollywood^

MARKEY, Lieutenant Commander
Gene. U.S.N.R., B.S.
Writer, Producer; Columbia Pictures Corp.
Born: Jackson (Mich.), Dec. 11, 1895; s. of
Alice (White) and Colonel Eugene Lawrence

Education: Dartmouth Coll.; Art Inst, of

Degrees: B.S., Dartmouth, 1918.
Married: (1) Joan Bennett (divorced, 1937);
(2) Hedy Lamarr (divorced, 1940); ch.:

Prof. Record: Book Critic for the Chicago
Tribune and Herald-Examiner ; has done cari-
catures for the Chicago Daily News and New

York Tribune; has written short stories for
Amer. and Eng. magazines; and written
novels and plays. Since 1929, has been in
Hollywood writing stories and screenplays;
in 1936, became a Motion Picture Producer.
Publications: Literary Lights (Knopf), 1923;
Men About Town (Covici), 1924; The Dark
Island (Doubleday), 1928; Stepping High
(Doubleday), 1929; The Road to Rouen
(John Day), 1930: His Majesty's Pajamas
(Covici-Friede), 1934.

Miiltary Service : 2nd Lieut., 19th U.S. Infan-
try, April, 1917; 1st Lieut., 19th U.S. Infan-
try, Nov., 1917 to Feb., 1919; U.S.N.R. from
1930 and Lieut. Comdr. since 1938.
Memberships: Coffee House (New York);
Emerald Bay Yacht, Newport Harbor Yacht,
Century Yacht, Pacific Writers' Yacht Clubs;
Delta Kappa Epsilon and Sphinx (Dartmouth

Religion: Roman Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Yachting, riding, bo.xing.

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