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of Carrie Louise (Granger) and George W.

Education: Grade Schs. and Boy's High Sch
Brooklyn (N.Y.); High Sch., Mt Vernon
(NY) New York Univ., Coll. of Dentistry.
Degrees: D.D.S., N-YU., 1905; Fell, of Inter-
nat Coll. of Dentists (Hon.), 1936, Proi.
Extraordinary of Operative Dentistry (Hon.)
Natl. U. Mex., 1934.

Married: Dr. Hazel M d. of Dr Don Juan
Merrick, in Los Angeles (Calif.), May /a,
1940; ch.: (by previous marriage) Lois ana

Prof Record: General practice of Dentistry,
Mt Vernon (N.Y.), 1905-20; General prac-
tice Dentistry and Occlusal Reconstruction,
Lol Tngelet'since 1921; Prof., Oral Physiol
ogy and Gnathodynamics, Univ. of Southern
cllif.. Coll. of Dentstry; Pa^t-Pres.. So^
Calif State Dental Assn.. 1st Dist. (Los
Angeles City) Dental Soc; Past Pfes. and
recfpient of Gold Medal of Honor. 9th Dist.,
Dental Soc. of New York State.
Directorships: Mem.. Bd. of Trustees Arner^
Dpntal Assn ■ Exec Council, So. Calif. State
gin ll issn.'; Bd. of Dirs,, First Dist Den-
tal Soc of Los Angeles Co.; Exec. Omncil,
Academy of Denture Prosthetics; Pres.-Elect.
tnternat Coll. of Dentists; Mem Amer.
Acad of Restorative Dentistry; Medical Ad-
visory Comm. to Calif. State Relief Ad-

Publications: These Teeth of Mine, serial y
THygeia 1935-36; many technical papers in
he field of dentistry and dental Prosthetics,
read before Dental Assns. m the U.S., Mex.,
and British Columbia, published in the
Journal of the American Dental Assn.. Can-
adian Dental Journal, and others.
Memberships: Omichron Kappa Upsilon, Delta
Sigma Delta.



Bus. A<ldress: .iTHO Wllshire Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif., unci 2585 Huntington Dr., San
Marino, Calif.

Home Address: 1702 Marengo Ave., So. Pasa-
dena, Calif.


CLEAN, Donald

Consultant, American Institute of Family

Born: Elyria (Loraine Co., Ohio), May 11,
1885; s. of Mary Dewey (Shaw) and Lester

Education: Princeton Univ.; Univ. of Wis.
Married: Mary Monica, d. of Henry DeMund,
in Los Angeles (Calif.), Nov. 13, 1919.
Prof. Record: Teacher, Prin., Supt. of Schs.,
E.xtension Div., U. of Idaho; Co. Agrl. Agent,
Twin Falls (Idaho); Mgr., irrigation projects,
ranches and developments in Colo., Utah,
Idaho, and Wyo. ; last eleven years, training
and practice in psycho-therapy and con-
sulting work; lecturing and writing; Assoc.
Prof, of Neuro-Psychiatry, Mills Coll., Sum-
mer Work-shop, 1940.

Publications: Knowing Yourself and Others
(Mental Hygiene textbook for high schools;
Holt and Co.), 1938, adopted by Los An-
geles and many other school systems in Calif.,
Va., Mich., and many other states; also
Author of bulletins: Growing Up Emotionally,
Constructive Thinking, Male Impotence,
Homo-Sexuality Is Curable, etc.
Religion : Congregational .
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Deep sea fishing and swimming.

Bus. Address: 607 So. Hill St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 502 So. Mariposa, Los An-
geles, Calif. •

McLean, The Reverend Robert Nor-
ris. A.B., D.D,

Pastor, First Presbyterian Church.
Born: Concepcion (Chile), Dec. 12, 1882; s.
of Lucy Ripley (Norris) and Robert McLean.
Education: Hamilton Coll.; Auburn Theo-
logical Seminary.

Degrees: A.B., Hamilton Coll., 1906; D.D.
Dubuque Univ., 1918.

Married: (1) Clara Fredericka (Blohm) (de-
ceased 1939) in 1912; (2) Mary Eliza (Moore)
1941; ch.: William Burdette, John Godfrey,
and Robert Norris, Jr.

Prof. Record: Pastor, Anabel Presbyterian
Church, Portland (Ore.), 1910-14; Prof., Du-
buque Univ. (Iowa), 1914-17; Camp Pastor,
Camp Grant (111.), 1918; Supt., Spanish-
Speaking Work, and Pres., Bd. of Home Mis-
sions, 1918-24; Asso. Secy., Pres., Bd. of
Natl. Missions, 1924-32; Moderator, Pres-
bytery of Los Angeles, 1926; Pastor, First
Presbyterian Ch., Santa Barbara (Calif.),
since 1932; Moderator, Presbytery of Santa
Barbara, 1932; Moderator, Synod of Calif.,
1936-37; Mem., Gen. Council of Presby. Ch.
in the U.S.A., since 1937.

Publications: That Mexican (Revell, 1928;
Jumping Beans (Friendship Press), 1930; God
and the Census (Missionary Education Move
ment), 1931; The Flying Boat (Friendship
Press), 1934; Christianity's Compelling Con-
viction (Westminister Press), 1941.
Membership: Delta Upsilon, Chi Alpha.
Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fishing.

Bus. Address: 25 E. Anapamu St., Santa
Barbara, Calif.

Home Address: 21 E. Junjporo, Santa Bar-
Itara, Calif.

McMAHON, Leo Thomas, A.B., LL.B.

Lawyer; Partner, Schauer, Ryon and Mc-

Born: Tonopah (Nev.), Aug. 28, 1903; s. of
Catherine (Murray) and Henry McMahon.
Education: Manual Arts High Sch. (Los
Angeles) ; Univ. of Calif. ; academic and law

Degrees: A.B,, U. of Calif., (Berkeley),
1926; LL.B., U. of Calif., Hastings Coll. of
Law, 1928.

Married: Catherine, d. of Lowther Ferris, in
Las Vegas (Nev.), Mar. 21, 1935; ch.: Tim-
othy (step-son), and Patrick.
Prof. Record: Commenced practice of law In
Santa Barbara, 1930; became associated
with Schauer, Ryon and Goux, 1931; firm
name changed to Schauer, Ryon, Goux and
McMahon, 1932, Schaur, Ryon and McMahon,
since 1934; during this period, was Dir. and
First Vice-Pres. of Chamber of Commerce;
Mem., So. Calif. Economic Council, 1932;
Mem., Dir., and Campaign Chmn., Santa
Barbara Community Chest; Counsel, St. Fran-
cis Hosp. of Santa Barbara; Mem., Exec.
Com., Tenth Congressional Dist. and Vice-
Chmn. of the 1936 Republican Campaign
Com. for Santa Barbara Co. ; 1936 Special
Counsel for Western Growers Protective Assn.
in extended Salinas Natl. Labor Relations

Directorships: Vice-Pres. and Gen. Counsel,
Puritan Ice Co. and affiliated cos.; Counsel,
Southern Pacific Milling Co.

Memberships: University and Montecito Coun-
try Clubs.

Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis and fishing.
Bus. Address: 26 E. Carillo St., Santa Bar-
bara, Calif.

Home Address: 299 E. Valley Rd., Santa
Barbara, Calif. «

McMANUS, Elizabeth Eleanor

Civic and Social Worker, Writer.

Born: England, Dec. 6, 1877; d. of Mary

Ann (Flinders) and William H. Roystone


Education: Ball High School, Galveston (Tex-
as) ; College Georgia; studied in Europe.
Married: Peter Francis McManus, in Bayonne
(New Jersey), Oct. 14, 1897; ch.: Peter
Francis (grad. Law, U.S.C.).
Prof. Record: Pres., P.-T.A. (Los Angeles),
1909; Mem. Children's Hosp. Bd. (Los An-
geles), 1909-10; Mem. of Exec. Bd. of Fed.
of Los Angeles Parent-Teachers Assns., 1910-
17, during which time served as Chmn. of
Com. for the protection of health of school
children; organized Yale St. Health Center
for treatment of needy children (now has
20 branches) which treats more than 20,000
school children annually; resigned, 1917 to
become Mem. of Social Service Comn., and as
such assisted in reorganizing the Los An-
geles Chapt. of the Red Cross; est. Civilian
Relief for families of enlisted men, and



founded El Reliro School for Girls: in 1918,
apptd. Soc. Serv. Dir. for the Calif. State
Bd of Health, 1920-23, served as Dir. of the
State Bureau of Social Hygiene; served as
Curator of the Soc. Science Sect, of Ebell of
Los Angeles, and Chmn. of Health for the
Southern District of Calif. Fed. of Women's
Clubs; Mem., E.xec. Com. of the Calif. Conf.
of Soc. Work; recently reapptd. by Los
Angeles Bd. of Supervisors to the Co. Proba-
tion Com. to serve another four years, having
been Mem. of this Com. since 1923, and its
Chmn. for 13 yrs. ; has studied Child Wel-
fare Programs and Public School Edn. in
large centers of population in the U.S. and
Europe, and the Child Welfare Sect, of the
League of Nations; holds offices in several or-
ganizations such as the Foreign Policy Assn.
and kindred organizations; author of many
articles on social welfare and international

Publications: "The So-Called Delinquent
Child," "The Responsibility of the Co7nmun-
ity Toward the Underprivileged Child," (Pub.
in Local and Nat. Mags.). "The Race Between
Education and Crime" (Calif. P.-T.A. Mag.),
Mar 1941; "Mental and Moral Disarmament"
World Friendship Text Book, L.A. City Schs.),
1927; "Security by Mental Disarmament"
(same), 1931; "Social Service in Public
Schools" (NEA), 1916.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Hall of Records, Los Angeles,

Home Address: 400 So. Kenmore, Los Angeles,

McMANUS. Professor George Stewart.

Mus.B., Mus.D.

Professor of Music, Univ. of California at

Los Angeles.

Born: Philadelphia (Pa.); s. of Georgina

(Stewart) and Phillip McManus.

Education: Schools in San Diego (Calif.),

and Seattle (Washington) ; six years study

in Germany, also study in Great Britam.

Music Education: Studied with Frances Hazell
(San Diego), Louise van Ogle (Seattle),
Leopold (^dowsky, Josef Lhevinne, Alexander
van Fielitz, Adolf der Obe (Berlin), Helen
Hopekirk (Boston), and Donald Francis Tovey

Degrees: Mus.B., summa cum laude; Mus.D.,
Edinburgh Univ.

Married: Lillian May, d. of Frances (Boruck)
Whitney Reding and Calvin E. Whitney, in
Northeast Harbor (Maine), July 15, 1936.
Prof. Record: Associated in concert tours
with Pablo Cassals, Jean Gerardy, Georges
Enesco and others; concert appearances in
principal capitals of Europe; concert tours
in U.S., Canada, Australia; many appear-
ances in Honolulu; Music Edit., Boston Herald
1933-34; former Mem., of faculty. New Eng-
land Conservatory of Music, Mills College;
Lecturer at summer sessions. Harvard Univ.,
also regular session, 1937-38; lived and
taught for years in San Francisco.
Publications: Music Edit., The Boston Herald
1933-34; Mem. Bd. of Editors, Univ. Press,
Univ. of Calif.

Memberships: Edinburgh Bach Soc. (hon.
Mem.); The Family Club (San Francisco);
San Francisco Musicians Club (hon.); Amer-
ican Guild of Organists.

Bits. Addre.^s: Univ. of California, W. Los

Angeles, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 216 Tavijtafili Ave., Los


McMENAMIN. Bernard Vincent ^

Owner, Operator of Mission Inn, Monterey,

Born: Oakland (Calif.); s. of Mary (Ratliffe)
and Robert Delby McMenamin.
Education: St. Mary's Coll., Oakland, Calif.
Married: Ruth, d. of Earl Patterson, of
Chicago; ch.: B. V., Jr.
Bxis. Record: Assistant Mgr., Hotel Del Monte,
Del Monte (Calif.), three yrs.; Resident
Mgr., Del Monte Lodge, Pebble Beach (Calif.),
15 yrs.; Resident Mgr., Fairmont Hotel (San
Francisco), 11/2 yrs.; Owner and Operator
(with son), Mission Inn, Monterey (Calif.).
Meynberships: B. P.O. Elks (Monterey) (inac-
tive) ; Knights of Columbus, Monterey Council
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf, bridge.
Bus. Address: Mission Inn, Monterey, Calif.
Home Address: 526 Pierce St., Monterey,
Calif. *


Mayor of Monterey.

Born: Oakland (Calif.); s. of Mary (Rat-
cliff e) and Robert McMenamin.
Education: Garfield Grammar Sch. Oakland

Married: Agnes M., d. of Margaret Kiernan,
in San Francisco, Calif. ; ch. : George, Emmet,

Prof Record: Past. Pres., Chamber of Com-
merce and 12 yrs Dir.; Past Pres., Rotary
Club and Internal. Delegate to Cleveland,
1927; Mem., of County Probation Board 12
yrs.;' Past Pres., Bay Dist. League of Muni-
cipalities; Secy., Democratic County Central
Com., 6 yrs.; Distributor of Willard Bat-
teries for "the Monterey Peninsula, 22 yrs.
Memberships: Elks; Knights of Columbus.
Religion: Roman Catholic.
Politics. Democrat.
Recreations: Penny ante, golf.
Bus Address: Monterey Battery and Vulcan-
izing Co., 62 Munras Ave., Monterey, Calif.
Home Address: 909 Harriet St., Monterey,
Calif. *

McMillan, captain. California C.

U.S.C.G. (retired)

U.S. Coast Guard Officer.
Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), July 27, 1874;
s. of Elizabeth and David McMillan.
Education: Los Angeles and Berkeley (Calif.).
Married: Ella V., d. of John P. Mason, in
Everett (Washington), Aug., 1916; ch.: Flor-
ence M. Wagoner, California C. (a daughter).
Army Record: Spanish and World War I.
Awards: Spanish Campaign and Victory.
Memberships: Sojourners; Fraternity Club;
Shriner, Knight Templar.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.



Bus. Address: U.S. Coast Guard, WashlnR-
ton. D.C.

Home Ad(lrn^tm^'[2 Kd^'ohill Dr.. RurllnRamc,
Calif, ^^gi^^

^CMILLAN, Major Roy Allan.

Pub. Rel. Bureau, U.S. Army
Bureau, U.S. Army

Publicity Director, Los Angeles County Cham-
ber of Commerce (now on leave>.
Born: Monmouth (Ore.>, May 7, 1890: s.
of Wilhelmina C. E. (von Langhorst) and
Albert Buchanan McMillan.
Eduration: Univ. of Washington.
Married: Lillian Florence, d. of Hortense
and Theodore Cook, in Tacoma (Wash.),
Jan. 1, 1925; ch.: Lillian Jean, Allan Bane.
Prof. Record: Reporter, Seattle Times. Ta-
coma News Tribune; City Editor, Tacoma
Neics Tribune; Automobile Edit., Los Angeles
Times. Long Beach Press Telegram; in pres-
ent position. Publicity Director, Los Angeles
County Chamber of Commerce, since 1935.
Armu Record: Sgt., 1st Class, Sig. Corps,
attached to H.Q. Co., 13th Div. (World War
I> : Capt. Specialist, Officers Res. Corps, U.S.
Army since 1928. Ordered to active duty,
Julv" 30, 1941, as Major, in charge. Pub.
Relations Bureau, 7th Corps Area, Omaha

Memberships: Mason: National Sojourners
(Past Pres., Harbor Chapt. No. 64).
Recreations: Deep sea fishing.
Bus. Address: 1151 So. Broadway, Los An-
geles, Calif., and Pub. Relations Bureau,
7th Corps Area, Omaha, Neb.
Home Address: 3735 Lime Ave., Long Beach,

McMILLIN, May Walker

Organizer and Owner-Manager, Atlas Travel

Born: Missouri, May 13; d. of James P.

Education: The Dalles (Ore.) Grammar and
H.S.; Univ. of Ore.; Armstrong Coll.; Univ.
of Calif. Ext. Div. (Berkeley).
Married: James P. son of James McMillin,
in Wasco (Ore.), New Years day; ch.: Iva
McMillin Wilson, O. J. McMillin.
Bus. Record: Past Officer, Bus. and Prof.
Club: Past. Nat. Officer, Amer. Fed. of Sor-
optimist Clubs: Secy., Southwestern Region
Amer. Fed. of Soroptimist Clubs for two
years and on the Nat. Nomination Com.;
Past Pres., Berkeley Soroptimist Club.
Directorships: Dir., Berkeley Chamber of
Comm., Berkeley Traffic Comn., Bay Distr.
Bus. and Prof. Clubs; on Bd. of Dirs.. Ber-
keley Festival Assn.

Awards: Spec. Red Cross button for number
of hours as Instr. at Hearst Hall during
World War I.

Memberships: Clubs: Soroptimist, Bus. and
Prof., Berkeley Hiking, Twentieth Century,
Etude Club of Berkeley, Berkeley Women's
City, and Travellarins Travel; Berkeley
League of Women Voters; The Abraham Lin-
coln Fellowship; Red Cross.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Hiking, golf and horseback

BUrS. Address: 2141 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley,

Home Address: Claremont Hotel, Berkeley,

McNAIR, James Birtley,

A.B., M.A., F.A.A.A.S.

Chemist, Botanist.

Born: Hazleton (Pa.), March 18, 188D; s.

of Mary (Stevens) and Thomas Speer McNalr.

Education: Pomona College, Claremont (Cal-
if.); Univ. of Calif; Univ. of Pa.; Univ. of
Chicago; Univ. of So. Calif.
Degrees: A.B.. 1916, M.A., 1917, Univ. of

Prof. Record: Asst. in Univ. of Calif., 1914-
16; Research Chemist, Nev. Agr. Exp. Sta.,
1917; Asst. Chemist, (iitrus By-Product Lab.,
Bur. Chemistry, U.S. Dept. Agr., Los An-
geles (Calif.), 1919; Chemist In Charge,
Chem. Econ. Co. (Los Angeles), 1920; Jr.
Chemist, Dairy Div. Bur. Animal Indust.,
U.S. Dept. Agr. (Washington, D.C), 1920-21;
Fishery Food Lab., Bur. Fisheries (Washing-
ton, D.C), 1921-22; Asst. Chemist, Bur. In-
ternal Revenue, Treas. Dept. (Chicago), May-
Oct. 1922; Assoc, in Econ. Botany, 1925-26,
Asst. Curator Econ. Botany, Field Mus. Nat.
Hist. (Chicago). la26-32; Cons, in Ethnobot-
any. Southwest Museum (Los Angeles), 1929 — .
Army Record: Pvt., Medical, Enlisted R.C.,
U.S.Armv, June, 1918-Apr., 1919; 1st Lieut.
Q.M.O.R.C. Nov.. 1919: Capt., CW.O.R.C,
Jan. 1923; Maj., 1928; Chief of Information,
Intelligence Sect, Office of Chief, C.W.S.,

Awards: Certificate of Merit by Inst, of
Amer. Genealogy, 1939.

Memberships: Fellow, Amer, Assn. for the
Adv. of Science: CW. Assn, (exec, com.,
Chicago Chapt., 1930-32); Amer. Bot. Soc.;
Amer. Chem. Soc; Torrey Bot. Club; Sigma
Xi; Calif. Soc. S.R.; Soc. War of 1812;
Mason, Shriner.

Publications: McNair, McNear, and McNeir
Genealogies, 1923 Supplement, 1928; Rhus
Dermatitis, Its Pathology and Chemotherapy,
1923; Citrus Products, Part I. 1926, Part II,
1927; also investigations in economic botany,
analysis of acids, inter-relation between chem-
ical substances in plants, taxonomic and cli-
matic distribution of chemical products in
plants, chemical products in relation to plant
and animal evolution; contrib. to Dictionary
of American Biography, Collier's, Medical
Encyclopaedia, etc.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Home Address: 818 So. Ardmore Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

McNEELY. Perry May

Supervisor of Exhibit Installation, CaUfomia
State E.xposition.

Born: Lebo (Kan.), Dec. 10, 1886; s. of
Mary Ann (Johnson) and John McNeely.
Education: St. Louis (Mo.) Public Schools.
Married: Charlotte Marie, d. of Mary F. sind
H. A. Bridges, in St. Louis (Mo.) May 19,
1909; ch.: Ellsworth Dinsmore.
Bus. Record: Founded successful adv. bus.
(St. Louis, Mo.); sold interest, becoming
free-lance adv. artist; came to Los Angeles,
1920; apptd., Art Dir., Bates Harrison
Janes Adv. Agency; apptd. artist to Calif.
State E.xp. Bldg. 1922; apptd. Supervisor,
Exhibit Installation.



Memberships.- Organized Acad, of Western
Painters (Secv. one term. Climn., Bd. of
Govs., two terms); Sanity in Art Group;
Painters, Sculptors Club (Los Angeles) ; Los
Angeles Art Assn.

Awards: Honorable Mention, Los Angeles
Co. Fair and Pac. Southwest Expn. ; Silver
Medal, Glendale Art Assn., and Los Angeles
Mus. : Gold Medal, Royal Horticultural Soc.
(London) for Botanical Habitat Groups and
Scenic Background; Purchase prize, Clear-
water High Sch.
Religion: Liberal.
PoZitics.' Democrat.

Recreations: Desert sketching and exploring,
color photography, reading, elementary nat-
ural sciences, travel.

Bus. Address: State Exposition Bldg., E.xp.
Park, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 4257 W. 61st St., Los Angeles,

McNeil. J. Charles

A.B., Mus.B., Mus.M.

Music Composer.

Born: Columbia (S.C), Sept. 24, 1902; s.
Chas. McNeil and Nettie (Dobbins).
Educated: Chicora Coll. (Columbia, S.C);
Am. Conservatory of Music (Chicago, 111.") ;
Univ. of Calif. (Los Angeles), Univ. of So.
Calif.; Chapman Coll. (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Degrees: A.B., U. of So. Calif., Jan., 19.33;
Mus.B., Chicago U., 1931; Mus.M., Chapman
Coll., 1938.

Married: Erma Young, d. of Charles L.
Young, Pittsburgh (Pa.), June 11, 1894; ch:
Paul McNeil.

Prof. Record: Has composed more than 400
songs, piano numbers and teaching material;
his Symphonic Tone Poem No. 2 was per-
formed on Oct. 23, 1940 by the So. Calif.
Symphony Orch. under direction of James
Sample; an entire program of his classical
songs was given at Schubert Club on Dec.
18, 1940; his Christmas Cantata was given
with four solo voices and chorus at the
Mary Carr Moore M.S.S. Club on Dec. 30,
1940; Several of his compositions were per-
formed at the San Francisco Golden Gate
Wold's Fair.

Directorships: VicePres-. of Mary Carr Moore
Mss. Club, 1939-40; Treas., Native American

Compositions: Sym,phonic Tone Poem (Jud-
ith); String Quartette; Birth of Christ (Can-
tata) ; Song Cycle; Sottth Carolina Suite;
Suite for Strings; Prelude and Fugue; has
written musical articles for numerous musical

Navy Record: Served one year in navy (1919)
as Hosp. Apprentice, First Class.
Decorations: "Certificate of Participation"
at San Francisco World's Fair, 1939; win-
ner of First Award, Mary Carr Moore Mss.

Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Golf.

Home Address: 510 So. Alexandria, Los An-
geles, Calif.

McNeill. Mary Tylene

Book Reviewer; Lecturer; Teacher of Drama-
tic Art, Guy Bates Post Academy.
Born: Eddyville (Kentucky), April 13, 1891;

d. of Florida M. (Cash) and Michael Dunn.
Education: Eddyville and Louisville (Ky.),
Los Angeles (Calif.). JB^^^

Married: John A., s. of ^W|»iMcNeill at
Louisville (Ky.) Feb. 13, 1908 (d1vq«ced) ;
ch.; James, John. \i^

Prof. Record: Teacher of Dramatic Arts, Guy
Bates Post Academy; Dir. of Am. Classics,
Directorships: Head of Literature Dept., Guy
Bates Post Academy; Dir. of Am. Classics

Publications: Play, Life of Alexander Ham,-
ilton (winner of two prizes in So. Calif.
in 1938).

Memberships: Chinese Cultural Soc. (Pres.);
Am. Academy of Public Affairs; Matinee
Musical Club: Open Forum Breakfast Club;
Sans Souci Celebrity Breakfast Club; Sun-
day Morning Breakfast Club; Mac Dowell Club
of" Allied Arts.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Guy Bates Post Academy, 635
So. Manhattan PI., Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 623 So. Hobart Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif. *

McPHEE. Julian Aeneas, B.S., M.A.

President, California Polytechnic School;
Chief, Bureau of Agricultural Education,
State Department of ii;ducation.
Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Feb. 7, 1896;
s. of Ellen C. Macdonald and Charles A.

Education: Universty of California (Berkeley).
Degrees: B.S., 1917, M.A., 1928, Univ. of

Married: Alma C, d. of Ellen M. and
Frank T. Doyle, in San Francisco, 1918; ch.:
Helen, Bernadette, Jean, Claire, Carol, Jule

Prof. Record: Agr. Ext., Univ. of Calif., 1920;
Dir. of Vocational Agr., High School (Gilroy),
1921-25; Asst. State Supervisor of Agricul-
tural Educ. (State Dept. of Educ), 1925-26;
State Supervisor of Agr. Educ. (same), 1926-
27: Chief, Bureau of Agr. Educ, (same),
1927 — ; and Pres. Calif. Polytechnic School,
San Luis Obispo (same), 1933 — .
Directorships: Calif. Dairy Council; Supt., Jr.
Div., Calif. State Fair; Dir., Great Western
Livestock Show (Los Anseles) : Com. on
Agr., Advisory Bd., Calif. Bankers Assn.
Publications: California Project Record Book
(Olmsted & Wood, Sacramento, Calif.) 1920.
Navy Record: Ensign, U.S. Navy, 1918-19,
World War I.

Memberships: Calif. Farm Bureau Fed.;
Alpha Tau Alpha; Commonwealth.
Recreations: Golf, tennis.

Bjis. Address: California Polytechnic School.
San Luis Obispo, Calif.

McPHEETERS, The Reverend Julian
C. Ph.B., D.D., LL.D.

Minister, Methodist Church.
Born: Oxley (Mo.), July 6, 1889; s. of Edna
(Greer) and William Garland McPheeters.
Education: Poplar Bluff (Mo.) High School,
Marvin College, Central College, Meridian
Male College, Southern Methodist Univ.
Degrees: Ph.B., Marvin College, 1909; D.D.,
Asbury College, 1931; LL.D., John Browr
Univ., 1939.



Mnrrivd: Ethel, d. of Snrnh Louise and
James Thomas Chilton In Summersvlllc (Mo.),
.Ian. 28, 1<)11; c-h.: Chlllon Claudius and
Vli-Rlnla Wave.

Prof. Rvrord: Pa.stor, Church 2.'5
years: Pastor, Glide Memorial Methodist
Church (San Francisco, Calif.), 11 years;
Editor, Newspaper Column Rflifjinn in the
Newn: weekly contributinK Rflitor Pmtncostnl
Herald: Weekly Radio Prop;r;ims for 10 years.
Made moving pictures The Trail of the
Migrants, 1939, The Grapes of Gladness. 1940,
Victors Over Handicaps. 1940.
Directorships: Pres., Board of Trustees, As-
bury College; Pres., Calif. Church Council,
Northern Area; Pres., Calif. Temperance Fed.,
Northern Area; Evangelical Fellowships, Nor-
thern California; Chmn., Commission of Evan-
gelism, Western Jurisdictional Conference,
Methodist Church; San Francisco Goodwill

Publications: Sons of God (Taylor Univ.
Press), 1931; Sunshine and Victory (Cokes-
bury Press), 1931; Life Story of Lizzie H.
Glide (Eagle Press), 1933; The Power that
Prevails (Pentecostal Pub. Co.), 19.38; Re-
unions Trends of Today (Pentecostal Pub.
Co.), 1938; Today ivith God (Eagle Press),
1936-1938; The Swastika and the Cross (Ban-
ner Press), 1941.

Memberships: San Francisco Breakfast Group.

Religion: Methodist.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Golf, hunting and fishing.

Bus. and Home Address: 322 Ellis St., San
Francisco, Calif. *

Mcpherson. (Mrs.) Venita Heche

Civic Worker; Resort Owner.
Born: San Bernardino (Calif.), Sept. 27, 1888;
d. of Mary J. (Hanbury) and Vital C.
Reche (descendant of Lafayette and King
Louis XV of France).

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