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if" 'l9-J2-23; Asst. Legal Advisor, Veterans
Welfare Bd. (Sacramento), 1923-24; Office
Chief Special Agent, Northwestern Pacific
R R 1924-25; Asst. Legal Advisor, Pro-
hibition Administrator (San Francisco), 1925-
26- Private practice of law, San Francisco,
1927-31, Sierra County, 1931-37; elected
Judge, Superior Court, Aug., 1936.
Annv Service: Sgt., Medical Dept.; served
one year in France at Camp Hospital, Saum-
ur Artillery Training Sch.
Membershijis: Mason, Lions; Amer. Legion.
Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fishing, hunting, baseball and

Bus. Address: Court House, Downieville,
Home Address: Downieville, Calif.

McKEAN, The Reverend Frank Chal-
mers, A.B., A.M., D.D.

Pastor, West Hollywood Church.
Born: Evans (Colo.), July 7, 1S84; s. of
Jane Eleanor (Dunlap) and Capt. Francis
Crawford McKean.

Education: Lenox Coll. (Hopkinton, la.);
Princeton Theological Seminary, Princeton

Degrees: A.B., 1894, D.D., 1907, Lenox U.;
A.M., Princeton U., 1902.

Married: Ethel Vaughn, d. of Robert Bruce
Wallace, in Topeka (Kan.), May 23; ch.:
Frank Wallace (Koloa, Kauai, Hawaii) and
Donald Chalmers (Hollywood).
Prof. Record: Graduating from Princeton
Seminary, became a Home Missionary in Iowa
for a year; First Presbyterian Church (Hol-
ton Kan.), in 1900 and served there five
years, First Church (Salina, Kan.), 1905-11,
Central Presbyterian Church (Des Moines,
la ) twelve years. First Presbyterian Church
(Spokane, Wash.), seven years; has been in
Hollywood ten years.

Publications: The Magnetism of Mystery (Rev-
ell), 1922; The Legacy of Great Days (just
off press) .

Army Service: Chmn., Exemption Bd. No. 3
(Des Moines, la.), during World War I.
Meynberships: Calif. Country Club; Rotarian

(Past Pres.); Mason, Knights Templar 32°.

Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf and fishing.

Bus. Address: 7350 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood,


Home Address: 1146 Hacienda PI., Hollywood,

McKEE, John Ritchie, B.S.

Vice-President of the California Casualty

Indemnity Exchange.

Born: San Francisco, Sept. 29, 1895; s. of

Charlotte Elizabeth (King) and Clancey Rit-
chie McKee.

Education: Berkeley High School; Univ. of

Calif. (Berkeley).

Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley),


Married: Dorothy Jean, d. of Alfred James

Waterhouse, in Berkeley, (Calif.), 1919;

ch. : Marjorie Jean.

Prof Record: Certified Public Accountant,
1924— (Calif. Certificate 347). Treasurer of
Calif Casualty Indemnity Exchange and
Index Investment Corp., 1925-35, Vice-Pres.,

1935 ; Pres., San Francisco Chapter ol

Controllers Inst, of Amer., 1937.

Directorships: Dir., Index Investment Corp.,


Air Service: 2nd Lieut., Air Service, 1918,

1st. Lieut., Air Service Reserve, 1919-20.

Meynberships: Indian Rock Lodge No. 638

F. & A.M. (Past Master), Scottish Rite

(Oakland), Islam Temple A. A. O.N. M.S. (San

Francisco) ; Calif. Soc. Sons of the Amer.

Revolution; San Francisco Commercial, and

Orinda Country Clubs; Controllers Inst, ol


Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreation: Golf, swimming and motoring.

Bus. Address: 220 Bush St., San Francisc"


Home Address: 291 The Uplands, Berkeley,


McKEE. Ruth Eleanor, A.B., M.A.


Born: Bardsdale (Calif.), Aug. 6, 1903; d. of
Grace (Farnsworth) and James Robert Mc-

Education: Various Calif. Public Schools;
(grad.) Manual Arts High School (Los An-
geles), 1920, and Teachers College of Univ.
of Calif., Los Angeles, 1923.
Degrees: A.B., U.C.L.A., 1926; Certificate
of Librarianship, Univ. of California., Ber-
keley, M.A., Univ. of Hawaii, 1930.
Married: Lieut. Darr H. Alkire, in Honolulu
(T.H.), 1927 (divorced, 1928); ch.: Michael

Prof. Record: Elementary School Teacher,
Los Angeles, 1923-25; Asst. Librarian, Library
of Hawaii (Honolulu), 1928-36; Instr. Univ.
of Hawaii, 1932-33.

Publications: The Lord's Anointed (a novel
of Hawaii) (Doubleday, Doran, U.S., John
Lane, England), 1934; After a Hundred Years,
1935; Under One Roof (Eng. ed. Methuen)
1936; Three Daughters (in collaboration with
Alice F. Sturgis), 19.38: Christopher Strange

(a novel of California), 1941. Doubleday

Doran Is the American publisher for all


Awards: Calif. Commonwealth Club Gold
Medal for "best creative work of 1934 by

a Calif, author."

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Gardening and walking.

Home Address: Route 1, Box 299, Healds-

burg, Calif.

Other Address: Doubleday, Doran and Co.,

14 W. 49th St., Rockefeller Center, New

York City.

McKEE. The Reverend Stanley Sperry.
A.B., B.D., M.A.

Minister, First Methodist Church, Riversiae.
Born: Rossville (111.), Feb. 22, 1902; s. of
Myrtle (Sperry) and Frank S. McKee.
Education: Public schools, Chrisman (111.)
and Yakima (Wash.), College of Puget Sound,
Tacoma (Wash.), Univ. of So. Calif.; Gar-
rett Biblical Inst., Chicago Univ.



Drtirrvs: A. 13., Univ. of So. Calif.; B.D., Gar-
retl Hlhllcal Insl.; M.A., Chicago Unlv
Miinifil: MiiluM K, (1. of Maude (Cameron)
and C. C. Cunningham, In Los Angeles,
.Sept. 129, 192fi; ch.: Dorothy Jeannetle.
I'rof. Record: Knioroil .So. Calif. Annual Con-
ference of the Mothodist Church, Sept. 1929.
Served churches in ClarUdale (Ariz.), one
ycai', Tucson (Ariz.) two year.s; Churches of
Calif.: .'! years, Maywood. four years, Hel-
mont Heights (Long Bench), one year; Ap-
pointed to the First Methodist Church, Uiv-
erside, April 1, 1940.

Directorshl/j.s: Director, Amer. Inst.,
Gardena, Dir., of Church of All Nations, Los

Monhrrshipx: Alplia Phi Epsilon, Skull and
DapKer, Rotary International.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Non-partisan.
Recreations: Badminton and golf.
Bus. Address: Sixth and Orange, Riverside,

Home Address: 3535 W. Sixth St., Riverside,

McKENNA, George Alexander

Citrus Grower; President, Pomona Pump


Born: Pittsburgh (Pa.), Aug. 5, 1900; s. of

Eliza (Mowry) and Alexander George Mc-


Education: Washington (D.C.), Grammar
School and High School.
Married: Madalyn Kuskey; ch.: two.
Bus. Record: Citrus Grower, 440 Acres,
1920-41; Pomona Pump Co., 1924—.
Directorships: Pres., Pomona Pump Co.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Reading.

Bus. Address: Pomona Pump Co., Commer-
cial and Gibbs St., Pomona, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 3163 Indian Hill Blvd., R.F.D.,
Claremont, Calif. *

McKEOWN, Lawrence George

Business Manager, Santa Paula Chronicle.
Born: Toledo (Ohio), Mar. 6, 1901; s. of
Caroline (Phefferle) and James Edward

Married: Bonavera, d. of James McGinnis, in
Bowling Green (Ky.), June 5, 1900.
Prof. Record: Sixteen years. Retail Merchan-
dising. Joined the staff of the Santa Ana
Independent, Mar., 1935, Santa Ana Journal,
April, 1936 (owned by J. P. Scripps News-
papers) ; transferred to the Redding Record
Manager, The Santa Paula Chronicle since
July 15, 1940.
Religion: Catholic.
Recreation: Fishing.

Bits. Address: The Santa Paula Chronicle,
Santa Paula, Calif.

Home Address: 230 So. Fourth St., Santa
Paula, Calif. *

McKIBBEN, Dean Paul Stilwell.

B.S., Ph.D., LL.D., Sc.D.

Professor of Anatomy and Dean, School of
Medicine, University of Southern California.

Horn: Granville (Ohio), Mar. 14, 1886; s.
of Elizabeth (Stilwell) and George F. Mc-

Kducalion: Denlson Univ. and Univ. of

Dci/rccs: B.S., 1906, .Sc.D. (Hrin.), 19.36,
Dcnison Univ.; Ph.D., Univ. of Chicago, 1911;
LL.D. (Hon.), Univ. of Western Ontario,


Married: Elizabeth, d. of Henry S. Kendall,
in Baltimore (Md.), Mar. 20, 1919; ch.:
Paul S., Jr., Richard K., Elizabeth T., John

Prof. Record: in Anatomy, 1908-11,
Assoc, in Anatomy, 1911-12, Instr. in Anat-
omy, 1912-13, all at Univ. of Chicago; Prof,
of Anatomy, 1913-27, Dean, 1919-27; Univ.
of Western Ontario Medical School; Assoc.
Prof, and Prof, of Anatomy, Univ. of Mich-
igan Medical School, 1927-29; Prof, of Anat-
omy, Univ. of So. Calif. School of Medicine,
1929—, Dean, 1931—. Amer. Assn. of An-
atomists, Executive Council, 1931-.35; Royal
Soc. of Canada, Secty., Biological Section,
1922-27; History of Science Soc, 1926; Am-
erican Assn. for the Advancement of Science;
Society for Experimental Biology and Med-
icine, 1932.

Publications: Anatomical papers, mainly on
nervous system.

Army Record: First Lieut., Sanitary Corps.,
U.S. Army, 1918-19.

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, Phi

Kappa Phi, Beta Theta Pi, Phi Rho Sigma,

Gamma Alpha.

Politics. Democrat.

Recreations: Yachting.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Southern California,

Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Addrets: 526 So. Norton Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Mckinley, James Wilfred, A.B., LL.B.


Born: Los Angeles July 8, 1891; s. of Lillian
(Elder) and James W. McKinley.
Education: Univ. of Calif, and Harvard Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of California, 1913;
LL.B., Harvard Univ., 1916.
Married: Selena Pope, d. of Selena (Gait)
and Robert H. Ingram, in Los Angeles, Jan.
27, 1940.

Prof. Record: Calif. State Senator from Los
Angeles County, 1927-34; Alternate, Repub-
lican National Conv., 1928; Delegate, Repub-
lican National Conv., 1932.
Directorships: Pres. and Dir. of Seamen's
Church Inst.; Secy, and (^vernor of Ling

Army Record: 2nd Lieut., Field Artillery,
1917-19, A.E.F., Jan., 1918-Feb., 1919.
Memberships: Phi Kappa Sigma; Calif. Club
(Los Angeles); American Legion; N.S.G.W.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 621 Security Bldg., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 1020 Ridgedale Dr., Beverlv
Hills, Calif. *

Mckinley, Maytor Hoppenyan, A.B.

President, Utter-McKinley Mortuaries.
Born: Ashland (Wis.), Apr. 19, 1902; s. of



Lillian and Maytor Hopperyan McKinley.
Education: St. Agnes Parochial; Ashland High
Sch.; Cathedral Prep Sch., Univ. of Calif.,
Los Angeles; Northland College (Post Grad.
work), Worsham College Anatomy.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Calif., Los An-
geles, 1925.

Married- Eleanore, d. of Charles Sommers,
in Beverly Hills (Calif.), Apr. 8, 1934; ch.:
Maytor Charles, Maytor John, Eleanore Lynn.
Prof. Record: While attending school, pur-
cha.sed a half interest in a Funeral Business
at A.shland (Wis.), 1922, after graduating,
purchased the other half, 1925: accumulated
six other Funeral Parlors in No. Wis. and
No. Minn., sold them in 1933; came to Calif,
and purchased interest in L. F. Utter Co.,
1934. owning all the stock, changed the name
to Utter-McKinlev Mortuaries; now has five
mortuaries, one of the largest Mortuary
Businesses in United States.
Directorships: Utter-McKinley Mortuaries;
Lake Superior Produce.

Publications: Funeral Procedure; Sanitary Sci-
ence and Hygiene; Funeral Director's Hand-

Memberships: Alumni Assn., U.C.L.A. (Life
Mem.); Rotary; Los Angeles Athletic; YMCA,
Eagles. Elks, Chamber of Commerce; Broad-
way Business Men's Assn. (Pres.)
Religion: Non-Denominational.
Politics: Non-Partisan.

Recreations : Yachting, speedboat racing, golf,
swimming, fishing, and boxing.
Bus. Address: (Main Office) 4254 So. Broad-
way, Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 8420 Cresthill Rd., Los An-
geles, Calif.


Lawyer; City Attorney, City of San Cle-

Born: Waco (Ky.), July 2, 1901; s. of Mary
(Zittel) and George S. McKinney.
Education: Waco (Kentucky) High School;
Eastern Kentucky State Normal School; Univ.
of Chicago.

Married: Gale, d. of Eva and C. H. Koentz,
M.D., in Santa Ana (Calif.), Feb. 15, 1939.
Prof. Record: Actively engaged in practice
of law since Sept. 18, 1922, the last 15
years in Santa Ana (Calif.); Democratic
nominee for Congress from 19th Congressional
District in 1932; Pres., Democratic Council,
19th Congressional District for two terms,
1938-40; Chmn. of Orange County Democratic
Centra! Com.; Delegate from 19th Congres-
sional District to Democratic Nat. Conv., 1940
Roosevelt Delegation; present City Attorney of
City of San Clemente (Calif.) ; Special Counsel
for Orange County Flood Control District;
Counsel for Home Owners' Loan Corp. in
Orange County; acted as Special Counsel in
various cases for County of Orange and
City of Fullerton; local Counsel, Safeway
Stores and other corporations; one of Counsel
for Abstract Title and Insurance Co. Was
appointed Aide-de-Camp on Governor of
Kentucky Staff with rank and grade of
Colonel, June, 1924.

Memberships : Santa Ana Country, and Santa
Ana Breakfast (Pres. 1930) Clubs; Kiwanis;
K. of P.; F. & A. M.; B.P.O.E.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Democrat .
Recreations: (3olf, fishing and gardening.

Bits. Address; 309 First National Bank Bldg.,

Santa Ana, Calif.

Home Address: 119 W. 18th St., Santa Ana,


Other Address: 220 Poppy St., Corona Del

Mar, Calif. *

McKINNEY. William Mark,

M.A., LL.B., LL.D.

Born: Oquawka (111.), Feb. 3, 1865; s. of
Elmira (Kendall) and John McKinney.
Education: Union College of Law, Chicago
(111.), and Monmouth College.
Degrees: M.A., LL.D., Monmouth College;
LL.B., 1886, Union College of Law, Chicago

Married: Loretta Beebe, of Northport (N.Y.),
Oct. 20, 1891; ch.: Mira Frances and John.
Prof. Record: Mem., N.Y. Senate, 1901-02;
Del. N.Y. Const. Conv., 1915; Pres. Edw.
Thompson Co., Law Pubs., 1912-17.
Publications: Editor: American and English
Encyclopaedia of Law and Practice; Ency-
clopaedia of Pleading and Practice; Federal
Statutes, Annotated; American and English
Annotated Cases; Ruling Case Law; McKin-
ney's Consolidated Laws of New York; Cali-
fornia Jurisprudence; New California Digest;
Texas Jurisprudence. Author: A Treatise on
the Law of Fellow Servants, 1889.
Army Record: Major Judge Adv., U.S.A.,

Bus. Address: 200 McAllister St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.
Home Address: San Mateo, Calif.

Mcknight. Eugene C. A.B.

City Librarian, Alhambra Public Library.
Born: Russell (N. Dak.), Dec. 5, 1906; s. of
Harriet (Eddy) and John F. McKnight.
Education: San Diego High Sch.; Calif Pub.
Schs.; Grad. Libr. Sch., Los Angeles Pub.
Lib., 1931.

Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1929.
Married: Dorothy Harper of Los Angeles,

Bus. Record: Started in automobile business
in San Diego (Calif.),; Traffic Engr., Pacific
Telephone and Telegraph Co., 1930; Profes-
sional Librarian, History Reference Dept.,
Los Angeles Pub. Libr., 1931-38; City Librar-
ian, Alhambra (Calif.), since 1939; Editor,
Alumni Directory (Lib. Sch., L.A. Pub. Lib.),

Directorships: Alhambra Chapter, Am. Red

Memberships: Kiwanis; Amer. Assn, for Adult
Educ; Calif. Lib. Assn.; Amer. Lib. Assn.
Recreations: Hiking and reading.
Bus. Address: Alhambra Public Library, Al-
hambra, Calif.

Home Address: 301 Hampden Terrace, Alham-
bra, Calif. *

McLAIN, Fred French, A.B.

Comptroller, Occidental College.
Born: Maxwell (la.), June 22, 1893; s. of
Belle (French) and Clark McLain.
Education: Pasadena High Sch.; Occidental
Coll; Harvard Graduate Sch. of Bus. Ad-



Degrees: A.B.. Occidental Coll., 1916.
Married: Faith, d. of Rev. William Prescoll
Hardy, In Rodondo Beach (Calif.), June 30,
1917; ch.: Clark II, Millard Hardy, and John

Prof. Record: Pub. Accounting, 1919-21;
Grad. Mgr. and Instr. In Accounting, 1921-
25; Comptroller of Occidental College, since

Directorships: Pres., Western Assn. of Coll.
and U. Bus. Officers; Chmn., Selective Serv-
ice Bd.

Army Service: First Lieut., 12th Field Ar-
tillery, 1918.

Memberships: Northeast University Club and
Town Hall.

Religion: Congregational.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Tennis and sailing..

Bus. Address: Occidental Coll., Los Angeles,

Ho7ne Address: 1882 Campus Rd., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

McLANE, Charles Lourie, B.S.

Educator (retired).

Born: Memphis (Mo.); s. of Drusilla (Ben-
nett) and Daniel McLane.

Degrees: B.S., Valparaiso, 1887; graduate
study Harvard Univ., Chicago Univ., Univ.
of Calif.

Married: (1) Demma Best (dec. 1931); ch.:
Marguerite (Mrs. R. B. Harris) (2) Elizabeth
Price, in Fresno (Calif.), 1933.
Prof. Record: Admitted to bar. Mo., 1889,
Calif. 1891; Prin. Pub. Sch., Cantril (la.),
1885, Granger (Mo.), 1886, Fresno (Calif.),
1891; Prin. High Sch. (Virginia City, Nev.),
1893-96, Fresno High, 1896-99; City Supt.
Schs., Fresno, 1899-1913; Pres.. Fresno State
Coll., 1911-27^ State Bd. of Edn., 1927-33.
Directorships: Pres., Sierra Vista Land Co.;
Vice-Pres., Peoples Finance and Thrift Co.;
Dir., Fresno Branch, L.A. First Natl. Bank.
Publications: History of Fresno State College;
articles in various publications.
Memberships: University (Fresno) and Com-
mercial Clubs; Shrine, Masonic, K.T. and

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf.

Home Address: 5218 Van Ness Blvd., Fresno,
Calif. i

McLaren. John, LL.D.

Superintendent of Parks, San Francisco,

Born: Stirling (Scotland), Dec. 20, 1846; s.
of Donald McLaren.
Degrees: LL.D., U. of Calif.
Married: Jane Mill.

Bus. Record: Gardener at Bannockburn House,
then in succession at Blairdrummond, Man-
derson House in Berwickshire, the Earl of
Kinoul's place, Botanic Gardens in Edin-
burgh, and the Earl of Windsor's place in
East Lothian; came to U.S. at age of 23
and worked on private estates and land-
scaping jobs in San Mateo Co.; Supt. of
Parks, since 1887; has developed 1,000 acres
of Golden Gate Park and about forty- five
smaller parks throughout San Francisco.

Directorships: Mem., Bd. of Commissioners,
Recreation Dept.

Publications: Gardening In California.
Memberships: St. Andrew's Soc. ; Bohemian
Olympic, and Caledonian Clubs; Calif. Com-
mandcry: Royal Arch, Rite (Mason),
Recreations: Collecting pl.mts from all over
the world to grow In San Franril.sco.
Bus. and Home Address: Park Lodge, Fell and
Stanyan Sts,, San Francisco, Calif.

McLaughlin. Professor Donald
Hamilton, B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Consulting Geologist; Profe.s.sor of Mining
Geology, Harvard University.
Born: San Francisco, Calif., Doc. 15 1891-
s. of Katherine (Hamilton) and William
Henry McLaughlin.

Education: Univ. of Calif.; Harvard Univ.
Degrees: B.S., U. of Calif., 1914; M.A 1915
Ph.D., 1917, Harvard U.
Married: Eleanor, d. of Percy B Eckhart
m Kenilworth (111.), Sept. 12, 1925- ch '
Donald H., Jr. and Charles Capen.
Prof. Record: Chief Geologist, Cerro de Pasco
Qjpper Corp., 1919-25; Prof, of Mining
Geology, Harvard U., since 1925; Chmn
Dept. of Geology and Geography and Div
of Geological Sciences, since 1931; Consult-
mg Geologist, Homestake Mining Co., since
1926, San Luis Mining Co., since 1927, Case
Pomeroy and Co., 1933-38.
Directorships: Dir., Sta. Eulalia Mining Co.
Publications: Geology and Physiography of
the Peruvian Cordillera (Bull. Geol. Soc of
Amer., Vol. 35), 1924; Utilization of Geology
by Mining Companies (Lindgren Vol., Chap.
12), 1933; Geologic Factors in Mine Valu-
ation (Econ. Geol., Vol. 34), 1939; and
other papers.

Army Service: First Lieut., 63rd U.S. Inf.,

Memberships: Kappa Sigma, Phi Beta Kappa
Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Theta Tau; Harvard
Club of New York; Amer. Academy of Arts
and Sciences; Society of Economic Geol
(Pres., 1938); Geol. Soc. of Amer., Amer
Inst, of Min. and Met. Engrs.; Mining and
Met. hoc. of Amer.; Mineralogical Soc of
Amer.; Seismological Soc. of Amer.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Rotch Bldg., Cambridge, Mass •
485 California St., San Francisco, Calif.
Home Address: 110 Coolidge Hill, Cambridge
Mass., and Hill, N.H. i

McLaughlin, Emma Moffat, a.b.

Civic Worker.

Born: San Francisco, (Calif.), Sept. 21, 1904-

d. of Adrianna Green (Swett) and Henrv


Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1902.
Married: Dr. Alfred McLaughlin, Oct. 29,
1904; ch.: Jean (Mrs. Jefferson J. Doolittle)'.
Prof. Record: Chmn., Baby Hvgiene Com ,
Amer. Assn. Univ. Women, 1916-18- Dir
Pub. Edn. Soc, 1917-32; Mem., Calif. State
Com. of Children's Year, 1917-32. San Fran-
cisco Chmn., 1918; Vice-Pres., Progress Co.,
1919; Pres., San Francisco Center, Calif'
League Women Voters, 1920-21, Mem Bd
of Dirs., 1921-29: Dir.. Community Chest'
1921-26; Chmn., Dept. of Internal. Cooper-
ation to Prevent War, Calif. League of
Women Voters, 1928-29; Mem., Bd. of Social
Welfare of State of Calif., Dec, 1930-Feb
1932; Mem., Art Commn. of City of Sari

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Francisco, 1932-33; as Mem, attended Inst.
of Pacific Relations meetings. Honolulu, 1927,
Kyoto 1929, Banff, 1933; Secy. San Fran-
S Bay Region Com. of the Inst, smce
1926; Vice-Chmn., San Francisco Bay Region
Group of Inst, of Pacific Relations, 1935
Vice-chairman, Motion Pictures Research
Council (Calif. Chapter), 1935; Mem., presi-
dential and gubernatorial campaign corns.
Directorships: Dir. of Moffat Co and Chil-
dren's Hospital (San Francisco).
Membership: Kappa Kappa Gamma; Cen-
tury Women's Athletic, Women s City, ana
Women's Faculty (Berkeley) Clubs.
Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Wild flowers, high mountains,
and coast scenery.

Bus. Address: c /o H. Moffat Co. Third and
Arthur Sts., San Francisco, Calit.
Home Address: 3375 Clay St., San Francisco,

McLaughlin, James o..

A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

principal and Dist. Supt., Reedley Joint Union
High School and Junior College.
Born- Markle (Pa.), May 23. 1882; s. of
ide\aine (Stewart) Charles S. McLaugh-

Education: Grove City Coll., Stanford Univ.
Degrees: A.B., 1905, and MA., 1909, Grove
City Coll.; Ed.D., Stanford Univ., 1930.
Married: Mary I. Miller at Hood River.
(Ore.), 1909 (dec. May 24, 1941); ch.. Kail.
Prof. Record: City Supt.. Elizabeth (Pa.).
1906-08; Teacher, Prin and City Supt
HiEh Sch., Hood River (Ore.), 1909-18 City
suit., Corvallis (Ore.), 1918-28; Dir. of
Guidance, High Sch., Stockton (Calif.). 19o0-
32- Prin. Reedley High Sch. and Jr. Coll..
since 1933; Coll. Instr., summer sessions.
Ore. State Coll., 1922, 1923; Claremont Coll-
eges, 1931,1932; Coll. of the Pacific, 1933.
Memberships: Cent. Calif Jr. ColL Assn
(Past Pres ) ; Jr. Coll. Survey Com. for
Calif • Natl. Educational Assn.; Calif. Teach-
ers Assn.; Lions Internat.; Masons.
Religion: Presbyterian.

Special Interests: Sch. Administration, Psy-
chology, Psychiatry.

Bus Address: Reedley Joint Union High
Sch. and Jr. Coll., Reedley. Calif.
Home Address: 1122 E St., Reedley. Calif.

Mclaughlin, Professor Katherine
L(ouise). B.S., M.A., Ph.D., F.A.A.A.S.

Professor of Education, University of Cali-
fornia, Los Angeles.

Born: Madison (Ind.). Aug. 9 1883; d. of
Ann (Laheen) and Thomas McLaughlm.
Education: Public and Parochial Schools,
Madison and I-^dianapolis (Ind.) student,
Columbia Univ.. Stanford Univ.. grad.,
Univ. of Chicago.

Degrees: B.S., 1913, M.A.. 1917, Ph.D., 1932,
U. of Chicago.

Prof Record: Teacher, Public School. In-
riLnanolis (Ind ) ; Dir.. of Practice Teaching.
fnSaSis Normal School; Supervisor. Uniy^
Elementary School, U. of Chicago; State
tupTrvisor: City Grades, Wisconsin Dept of
Public Instruction; Assoc Pro. of Edn.,
U. of Calif. (Los Angeles); Prof, of t-an.,


U of Calif., Los Angeles at present time.
Specialist, Elementary School Curriculum,
Calif. Bd. of Education, 1922.
Publications: Fact and Story Readers (with
Henrv Suzzalo et aH,— nine book series with
tr manuals, workbooks, and pre-primer;
Number Projects for Beginners (with b..
Troxell) Contributor to: Elementary School
Journal, Review of Educational Research,
Childhood Education, Encyclopedia of Edu-
cational Research. Author: Number Ability
in Children Three to Six Years of Age, Suggest-
ed Course of Study for Kindergarten Primary
Grades of California, Special Training and
Tests for Pupils Deficient in Reading, hirst
Grade Readiness and Retardation.
Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Assn Advance-
ment Science; A.A.U.P.; Amer. Educ. Res.
Assoc; Natl. Soc for Study of Educ; Natl.
Conf. on Res. in English; A.C.E. (Vice-
Pres 1929-31); N.E.A.; Pi Gamma Mu,
Pi Lambda Theta (Life Mem.), Delta Kappa
Samma (State Vice-Pres. 1939-41), Pi Beta
Phi- Faculty Women's Club (U.C.L..A.;,
Westwood Hills Women's Club.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Golf, swimming.
Bus. Address: University of California, 405
Hilgard Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 315 Dalehurst Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

McLEAN, David W., D.D.S.

Dental Surgeon.

Born: Brooklyn (N.Y.), Jan. 16, 1884; s.

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