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(Washington, D.C.), Whitney Museum of
Amer. Art. Brooklyn Museum of Art, San
Francisco Museum, Dayton Art Inst., Seattle
Museum, Rhode Island School of Design, San
Diego Museum, and Wltte Memorial (San An-

Publications: Sketches Abroad, 1930; The Ed-
ucation of An Artist (Art Instruction), 1939.
Memberships: Laguna Beach Art Assn.; Calif
Water Color Soc; Lotos Club.
Religion: Christian Science.
Politics: Independent.

Bus. Address: Dalzell Hatfield Galleries, Am-
bassador Hotel, Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: Claremont, Calif.

SHEFTEL. Professor A. George,

B.S., M.D.

Scientist; Asst. Prof, of Medicine, Coll. of
Medical Evangelists.

Born: Vilna (Russia), May 19, 1892; s. of
Rebecca (Orjehovsky) and Gregory Sheftel.

Education: Gymnasium (Vilna) ; Univ. of Lau-
sanne (Switzerland).

Degrees: B.S., 1915, and M.D., 1919, Univ. of

Married: Claire, d. of Charles Casten, in New
York City, Sept. 25, 1903; ch.: Judith, Paul.

Prof. Record: Received degree of M.D. in
1919, after presentation of a thesis on the
effect of various organs on coagulation of
blood; published a combined qualitative and
quantitative method for determination of su-
gar in urine (now known as the Sheftel Sugar
Test), 1927; published work on a new color-
imeter for determination of blood chemistry
(now widely used under the name of Sheftel
Colorimeter), 1932; came to Calif, and became
Mem. of the Faculty of the Coll. of Medical
Evangelists and Attending Physician of the
Los Angeles Co. Hospital, 1932; has now com-
pleted a new method for bedside determina-
tion of Sulfanilamide, Sulfapyridine, and Sul-

Directorships: Dir., Sheftel Laboratory for
Clinical Biochemistry.

Publications: A New Method for Determ,ina-
tion of Alcohol in Urine and Blood, 1937,
Affect of Ingested Sodiuyn Chloride on Con-
centration of Hemoglobin, 1938, Dark Adapta-
tion and Vitamin A Deficiency, 1939.

Religion: Jewish.

Recreations: Music.

Bus. Address: 1915 Wilshire Blvd., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Home Address: 2577 Dearborn Dr., Holly-
wood, Calif.




Special Representative, Equitable Life Insur-
ance Co. of Iowa.

Boiji; Sutherland (Iowa), Aug. 6, 1894; s. of
Catherine Elizabeth (Davis) and Daniel Mari-
on Sheldon.

Education: Public schools of Iowa and Calif.
Married: Irene, d. of Anna and Noah Way-
bright, at Los Angeles (Calif.), Oct. 19, 1916;
ch.: Barbara Esther, Dorothy Elaine, Roger
Horton, Patricia Arlene.

Prof Record: Salesman, Equitable Life In-
surance Co. of Iowa, 1917-19, General Agent,
1919-39, Special Representative, Equitable Life
Insurance Co. of Iowa, 1939 — .
Memberships: Los Angeles Life Underwriters
Assn.; Los Angeles Quarter Million Round
Table; Jonathan Club; Sales Managers Assn.
of Los Angeles; Kiwanis Club (L.A.); Wil-
shire Country Club; Chamber of Commerce
of Los Angeles.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf, traveL

Bus. Address: 510 W. Sixth St., Los Angeles,

Home Address: 731 So. Longwood, Los Ange-
les, Calif.

SHELL. Joseph L., B.S.

Judge of Municipal Court, City of San Diego.
Born- Hiawatha (Township, Dickenson Coun-
ty, Kan.), Feb. 18, 1892; s. of Ida A. (Robin-
son) and Charles E. Shell.
Education: Los Angeles Military Acad.; San
Diego High Sch. ; El Reno High Sch. ; Univ. of
Colo. ; Univ. of Calif.
Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Calif., 1913.
Married: Nell, d. of Frank L. Schuneman, in
San Diego (Calif.), Feb. 18, 1915; ch.: Cheryl
A. (Mrs. Cook), Joseph C.
Prof. Record: U.S. Dept. of Interior, 1915-20;
Deputy Co. Probation Officer (San Diego Co.),
1921-22; Deputy Co. Clerk (same county),
Jan., 1923-June, j.9_4; admitted to Calif, bar,
Sept., 1922; Deputy City Atty. (San Diego),
1924-23"; Deputy Dist. Atty. (San Diego Co.),
1925-27; private practice of law in San Diego,
1927-35; Justice of the Peace (San Diego
Township), 1935-37; Judge of the Municipal
Court (San Diego), since July, 1937.
Directorships: Pres. and Mem., Bd. of Dir.,
Masonic Temple Assn. (San Diego).
Memberships : Masons, Scottish Rite and York
Bodies, Eastern Star; Eagles; Alpha Sigma

Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Progressive Republican.
Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address; County Court House, San Diego,

Home Address: 4572 El Cerrito Dr., San Di-
ego, Calif. •

SHELLEY, Chesney Ward

Mayor of the City of Montebello.
Born: Brooklyn (Ind.) ; s. of Orpha (Mizner)
and Aura A. Shelley.

Education: Schs. of Frlendswood and Plains-
field (Ind.).

Married: Myrtle, d. of Mary A. and Wm.
Lollar, in Steamboat Springs (Colo.», Nov.
27, 1913; ch.: Orpha Marie (Mrs. Armer).
Prof. Record: Engaged in cattle ranching in
Te.xas, Wyo., and Colo.; in the automobile
business, Montebello (Calif.); at present, is
Mayor of the City of n^ontebello (Calif.).
Directorships: Pres., League of Calif. Cities;
Dir., Los Angeles Co. Sanitation Dist.; Mem.,
civil Service Commn., Montebello Unified
Sch. Dist.

Army Service: Oregon Militia.
Memberships: Rotary; Free and Accepted Ma-
sons, Royal Arch Masons, Eastern Star.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Hunting and fishing.
Bus. Address: 140 No. Sixth St., Montebello,

Home Address: 133 No. Tenth St., Montebello,
Calif. *

SHELTON. Eberle Kost, M.D., F.A.C.P.
Physician, Endocrinologist; Asso. Prof, of
Medicine, Univ. of So. Calif.
Born: Bloomfield (Iowa), May 19, 1888; s. of
Katherine (Hayes) and Eberle Kost Shelton,

Education: Univ. of Denver; Univ. of Colo.
Degrees: M.D., Univ. of Colo., 1911.
Married: Margaret, d. of Mrs. Alice Norine,
in Denver (Colo.), Feb. 25, 1914; ch.: Paul

Prof. Record: Resident Physician, Bethel
Hosp. (Colorado Springs, Colo.), 1911-12, at
City and Co. Hospital (Denver, Colo.), 1912-
13; Postgraduate Work and Research, 1926-
29; Dir., Endocrine and Metabolic Clinic, St.
Francis Hosp., 1929-33, and at Santa Barbara
Co. Hosp., 1930-36, both in Santa Barbara
(Calif.); Mem., Staff of Cottage Hospital,
Santa Barbara, 1929-38; Spl. Lecturer, Univ.
of So. Calif. Med. Sch., 1931-33; Asso. Prof,
of Clinical Medicine, Univ. of So. Calif., since
1933; Exec. Staff, Gen. Hosp. (Santa Bar-
bara), 1930-36, and St. Francis Hosp., 1930-
38; Chmn. of Bd., St. Francis Foundation for
Clinical Research, 1934-38; Endocrinologist,
St. Vincent's Home for Exceptional Children;
Mem. of Staff and Cons., L.A. Co. Cien.
Hosp., since 1936.

Directorships: Diplomate, The Amer. Bd. of
Internal Medicine.

Publications: Many articles and reports on
endocrinology and pediatrics which have been
given before medical groups and published in
medical and scientific journals.
Army Service: First Lieut., M.C. Lab., Ft.
Oglethorpe; Lab., Newport News (Va.); Com-
manding Officer, Hosp. Train No. 1, later
Capt., Med. Corps Res.

Memberships: Fellow, The Amer. Coll. of Phy-
sicians; Mem., Amer. Med. Assn., Calif. State
Med. Assn., L.A. Co. Med. Assn., Assn. for
the Study of Internal Secretions, L.A. Acad-
emy of Medicine, Amer. Therapeutic Soc,
Assn. for the Advancement of Science, Holly-
wood Acad, of Medicine, Amer. Goiter Soc;
Alpha Kappa Kappa.

Recreations: Color photography and landscap-

Bus Address: Univ. of Southern California,
Los Angeles, Calif. ; Shelton Clinic, 921 West-
wood Blvd., W. Los Angeles, Calif., and 34
W. Micheltorena, Santa Barbara, Calif.
Home Address: 760 No. Beverly Glen Blvd.,
Los Angeles, Calif. Summer: La Monga Vista
on-the-Conejos, Antonito, Colo.



SHENK, John Wesley. A.B., J.D., LL.D.
Assi), .Uislici', Supri'iiu' Court of CuUf.
Horn: Shflburne CVt.), Feb. 7, 1875; s. of
Susanna Cake (Brooks) and John Wesley

Education: Gracl. Omaha High Sch., 18<J5;
Ohio Wesleyan Univ.; Law Sch., Univ. of

Degrees, Honors: A.B., 1900, and LL.D., la'iO.
Ohio Wesleyan Univ.; J.D., Univ. of Mich.,
1927, as of Class of 190;«.
Married: Lenah R., d. of Almira T. and Sam-
uel Martin Custor, June 29, liH)7; ch.: Samuel
Custer, John W., IH.

Prof. Record: Was a Printer by trade; later
b' jame a Sch. Teacher in the Imperial Val-
ley; admitted to the bar of Calif., Oct., 1903;
in gen. practice of law, 1903-06; served suc-
cessively as Deputy and Asst. City Atty. (Los
Angeles), 1906-10; City Atty. (apptd. by the
City Council), 1910; elected City Atty. of Los
Angeles, 1911; apptd. by CJov. John.son as
Judge of the Superior Court in and for Los
Angeles Co., 1913; elected to succeed himself
in 1914, re-elected In 1920; apptd. by Gov.
Richardson as Asso. Justice of the Supreme
Court, 1924; elected to succeed himself in
Nov., 1924 for une.xpired term of si.x yrs.,
re-elected in Aug., 1930 for full term of
twelve yrs.

Ar7ny Service: Veteran of the Span.-Amer.
War as Mem., Fourth Ohio Vol. Inf.; Mem.,
Roosevelt Camp No. 9, United Span. War
Veterans; Gresham Post No. 9, Veterans of
Foreign Wars.

Memherships: Mem., Judicial Council of the
State of Calif.: Order of the Coif (Univ. of
So. Calif.) ; Beta Theta Pi, Phi Delta Phi.
Bus. Address: State Bldg., San Francisco,
Home Address: Los Altos, Calif. •

SHEPARD, Arthur Cyrus, LL.B.

Lawyer, Partner, Shepard and Shepard.
Born: Selma (Calif.), July 4, 1897; s. of May
(Carbutt) and Elmer Elsworth Shepard.
Education: Elem. and Sec. pub. schs. at Selma
(Calif.") ; Univ. of So. Calif. Coll. of Law.
Degrees: LL.B., Univ. of So. Calif., 1920.
Married: Nina Muriel, d. of Luther Jones, in
Selma, Dec. 17, 1917; ch.: Richard Lindsey,
Gloria Mae, James Strattan.
Prof. Record: Opened law practice at Los An-
geles in 1920 in assn. with father, Elmer E.
Shepard, and with retersen, Spencer, Blake-
ley, and Matthews: moved to Fresno (Calif.),
1921, and has practiced there ever since;
Deputy Dist. Atty., Criminal Dept., 1921-23;
Deputy Dist. Attv. in Charge of Civil Dept.,
Fresno Co., 1927-35.

Navy Service: U.S. Marine Corps, active serv-
ice, 1917-1919; sixth Machine Gun Battalion,
Fourth Brigade, Second Div., Amer. Exped.
Force (France) : U.S. Marine Corps Res.,
1919-37 as First Lieut.

Awards: Purple Heart and Marine Corps

Memberships: Fresno Co. Bar Assn. (Pres.,
1937) ; Amer. Legion Community Betterment
Com. (Chmn., 1937-40); State Bar of Calif;
Fort Washington CJolf, Shaver Lake Fishing,
and Fresno Co. Sportsmen's Clubs.

Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Ki'rn'dtu/ns: (iolf and fishing.
Bun. AddrcHs: Helm IJIdg., Fresno, Calif.
Home Address: 7.'J2 Cambridge Ave., Fresno,
Calif. •

SHEPARD, Captain George Wanzor,
(M.C.) U. S. Navy, M.D., F.A.M.A.,

Naval Surgeon, Commanding Officer, U.S.
Naval Medical Supply Depot.
Born: Freedom (Portage Co., Ohioi, June 11,
1878; s. of Fannie Annette (Hopkins) and
Sheridan Welles Shepard.

Education: Garrettsville High Sch.; Hiram
Coll.; Western Res. Univ., Cleveland (all In

Degrees: M.D., Western Res. Univ. Med. Sch.,

Married: Frankie Gail, d. of Flavius Josephus
Daniels, in Garrettsville fOhioi, June 30,
1903; ch.: Lieut. Richard Daniels, U.S. Navy.
Naval Record: Surgical Interne, Lakeside
Hosp. (Cleveland, Ohio), 1903-04; in practice
at Ravenna (Ohio), 1904-07; commissioned
Asst. Surgeon, U.S. Navy, 1907; advanced
through grades to Capt., Med. Corps, 1929;
Chief of Surgical Service, U.S. Naval Hosp.
(San Diego, Calif.), 1922-25, same in U.S.
Naval Hosp. (Mare Island, Calif.), 1927-31;
Sen. Med. Officer, U.S. Hosp. Ship, Relief,
1931-33; Sen. Med. Officer, Amer. Embassy
Guard (Peiping, China), 1935-37; now Com-
manding Officer, U.S. Naval Med. Supply
Depot (Mare Island, Calif.).
Awards: Me.x. Campaign Ribbon; World War
I, Ribbon with bronze star.
Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Med. Assn., and
Amer. Coll. of Surgeons; Mason.
Recreations: Fishing and hunting.
Bits. Address: c/o Bureau of Medicine and
Surgery, Navy Dept., Washington, D.C.
Bus. and Home Address: U.S. Navy Yard,
Mare Island, Calif.

SHEPARD, Professor Orson Cutler,

A.B., M.E.

Consulting Mining and Metallurgical Engineer;
Asso. Prof, of Mining and Metallurgy, Dept.
of Mining Engineering, Stanford University.
Engrg., Stanford Univ.

Born: Del Rey (Calif.), Dec. 9, 1902; s. of
Stella (Cutler) and Orson Ernest Shepard.
Education: Pub. schs. of San Jose; Stanford

Degrees: A.B., 1925, and M.E., 1928, Stan-
ford Univ.

Married: Grace, d. of S. W. Newland, at Stan-
ford Chapel, June 22, 1927; ch.: Roger N.,
Cynthia Cutler.

Prof. Record: Mining and metallurgical prac-
tice in Mex., Colo., Mont., and Calif, before
joining the Stanford faculty in 1928, where he
has been continuously since then, now in the
capacity of Asso. Prof, of Mining and Metal-
lurgy, Dept. of Mining Engrg.
Directorships: Dir., San Jose Kevstone Mining

Publications: Co- Author with W. F. Dietrich,
Fire Assaying (McGraw-Hill Book Co.), 1940.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing and prospecting.
Bus. Address: Stanford University, Calif.
Home Address: 628 Middlefield Rd., Palo
Alto, Calif.; 110 Strathmore Rd., Brookline,
Mass. •



SHEPARD, William Peacey. M.D., B.S.,
M.B., M.A., F.A.M.A., F.A.P.H.A.,
Physician, Surgeon.

Born: Hull (la.), July 6, 1895; s. of Lavinla
(Teale) and Dr. William Thomas Shepard.
Education: University of Minnesota.
Degrees: B.S., 1920, M.B., 1921, M.A., 1924,
M.D., cum laude, 1922, Univ. of Minn.
Married: (1> Lucia Alice (Smith), Feb. 19,
1918; eh.: Jean Delight, Cynthia Ann. (2)
Eva Lucy (Shepard), Mar. 1, 1930.
Prof. Record: Admitting Officer, Out-patient
Dept., Univ. Hosps. (Minneapolis), 1919-20;
Asst. in Pathology, Univ. of Minn., 1921, Asst.
Med. Dir., Students Health Service, 1921-24,
Instr., Dept. of Preventive Med. and Pub.
Health, Sch. of Medicine, 1922-24; Member,
Visiting Staff, Lymanhurst Sch. for Tubercu-
lous Children and Parkview Municipal Tuber-
culosis Sanatorium (Minneapolis), 1922-23;
Special Lecturer, Western Union Coll. (Le
Mars la.), 1924; Med. Dir., Berkeley (Calif.)
Health Center, 1925-26; Health Officer, City
of Berkeley, 1925-26; Dir., of Health and
Development, Berkeley Pub. Schs., 1925-26;
Lecturer in Industrial Hygiene, Stanford Univ.
Med. Sch., 1928-32, Clin. Prof., Dept. of Pub.
Health and Preventive Med., 1932 — ; Lecturer
in Pub. Health Edn., Univ. of Calif., 1937-39;
Asst. Secty. and Patific Coast Welfare Dir.,
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., 1926 — .
Publications: Contributor of numerous arti-
cles to scientific journals.

Army Record: Senior Non-commd. Officer in
Charge Regtl. Infirmary, First Minn. F.A.,
Me.xican border, 1916-17; 1st Lieut., San.
Corps, U.S. Army; Adjutant, Base Hosp., No.
26, Atlanta, Ga. and France, also. Adj., Camp
Surgeons Office, Base Port (Marseilles,
France), A.E.F., 1917-19; Capt., Med. O.R.C.,

Memberships: Fellow, Amer. Pub. Health
Assn. (governing council; Secty., Western
Branch, 1928-39, Pres., Western Branch, 1940-
41); A.M. A., A.A.A.S.; Mem., Calif. Med.
Assn., San Francisco Co. Med. See, Northern
Calif. Pub. Health Assn., Natl. Conf. Social
Work, Calif. Conf. Soc. Work, Amer. Assn.
Sch. Health, Calif. Soc. Promotion of Med.
Research, Calif. Acad. Medicine, Amer. Assn.
Med. Social Workers, Natl. Com. Health
Council Exec, Calif. Heart Assn. (Dir.),
Natl. Tuberculosis Assn. (Dir. at large), San
Francisco Com. Chest (Chmn., Health Coun-
cil, 1927-31), American Association for Health,
Physical Education and Recreation ; Sigma Al-
pha Epsilon, Nu Sigma Nu, Alpha Omego.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 600 Stockton St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 560 Chaucer St., Palo Alto,

SHEPHERD. Charles Reginald. Th.B.,
Th.M., Th.D.

Social Worker; Supt., Chung Mei Home for
Chinese Boys.

Born: Reading (Eng.), Oct. 28, 1885; s. of
Eleanor (Taylor) and John Shepherd.
Education: Reading Sch. (Eng.); Brighton
Engrg. Coll. (Eng.); So. Baptist Theological
Seminary (Louisville, Ky.).
Degrees: Th.B., 1911, Th.M., 1912, and Th.D.,
1913, So. Bapt. Theol. Sem.

Married: (1) Eleanor, d. of John Hildebrand,
in Alton (111.), 1907; (2) Esther, d. of H. D.
Parks, in Mononk (111.). 1918; ch.: Dorothy
Eleanor, John Parks, Margaret Ethel.
Prof. Record: Has devoted his life to social
service and educational work among Chinese
on both sides of the Pacific; is now Supt.,
Chung Mei Home for Chinese Boys (El Cer-
rito, Calif.); Dir., Chinese Missions, Amer.
Bapt. Home Mission Soc, U.S.A.
Publications: The Ways of Ah Sin; Lim Yik
Choy, the Case Against Japan; The Story of
Chung Mei; numerous short stories and arti-
cles pertaining to things Chinese.
Army Service: Secty., Army YMCA, S.A.T.C,
Knox Coll. (Galesburg, 111.).
Memberships: Masons.
Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Writing; study of Far Eastern

Bus. Address: Chung Mei Home, El Cerrito,

Home Address: 2950 Magnolia Ave., Berkeley,

SHEPHERD, Frederick N.. A.B., LL.D.

Rancher; Banker.

Born: Ottumwa (Iowa), Sept. 4, 1878; s. of
Melissa (Whitcomb) and Thomas K. Shepherd.
Education: Grad., Hastings Coll. Acad. (Neb.);
grad.. Park Coll. (Parkville, Mo.); grad.,
Amer. Inst, of Banking (New York City).
Degrees: A.B., 1900, LL.D., 1925, Park Coll.
Married: Dora Marie, d. of Wade Hard, In
Tacoma (Wash.), Feb. 8, 1910.
Bus. Record: Has been Newspaper corre-
spondent, underwriter, bus. exec. Cashier Em-
pire Natl. Bank (Lewiston, Idaho), 1912-17;
Field Mgr., Chamber of Comm. of the U.S.
(Washington, D.C.), 1917-22; Publisher,
Banking, 1922-37, also Ed., 1932-37; Exec.
Mgr., Amer. Bankers Assn., 1922-37; is now
a Rancher.

Directorships: Advisory Bd., Bank of Amer.

Publications: Miscellaneous pamphlets on
banking and economic subjects.
Memberships: Elks; Masons; Saratoga Men's,
and La Rinconada Golf (Los Gatos) Clubs.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf, horseback riding, hunting,
and fishing.

Home Address: Saratoga — Los Gatos Rd.,
Saratoga, Calif. *

SHEPPARD. James C. A.B., LL.B.

Lawyer, Partner, Mathes & Sheppard.
Born: Fullerton (Calif.), Dec. 31, 1898; s. of
Dixie C. (Fryer) and J. C. Sheppard, Sr.
Education: Pub. schs. of Calif.; Occidental
Coll.; Harvard Univ.

Degrees: A.B., Occidental Coll., 1921; LL.B.,
Harvard Univ., 1924.

Married: Ruth Mary, d. of Bertha L. and
M. S. Pashgian, in Pasadena (Calif.), May 8,
1927; ch.: James C, III, and Thomas R.
Prof. Record: Asso., O'Melveny, Millikin &
Tutter, 1921-28; Partner, Haight, Mathes &
Sheppard, 1928-30; Partner, Mathes & Shep-
pard since 1930.



Armi/ Record: U.S. Army, 1!)18.

Mrmhershipa: Stock E.xchuntie .-md Calif.

Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 458 So. Spring St., Lo.s Ansclcs,

Home Address: 21,');? Adair St., San Marino,
Calif. •

SHERANIAN. Heroud N.. A.B., M.D.
Physician-Surgeon (Ophthalmology) .
Born: Armenia, Aug. 24, 1892; s. of Rebecca
and N. K. Sheranlan.

Education: Univ. of Utah; Columbia Univ.;
Long Island Coll. of Medicine; Zeugnis, Univ.
ol Vienna (Austria), 193,i; Polykliruk. of
Wien; Govt. Ophtholmic Hosp., Madras, India.
Degrees: A.B., Univ. of Utah, 1917; M.D.,
Long Island Coll. of Medicine, 1919.
Married: Marie, d. of Oscar Gutke. in Salt
Lake City (Utah), Sept. 5, 1917; ch.: nine.
Prof. Record: Established an eye, ear, nose
and throat hosp. in Murray, Utah, practiced
there for fifteen years; received two medical
degrees in (Zeugnis) Germany and Austria.
Specialized in diseases and surgery of the
Eye in Europe and Madras Government Opth-
tholmic Hospital (India) ; is now limiting
practice to Ophtholmology with offices in
Los Angeles (Calif.). Director and Owner of
Alvarado Eye & Ear Hosp. (Los Angeles).

Army Service: Med. Res. Corps, U.S. Army

Memberships: Adventurers, Breakfast (Los
Angeles). Kivvanis, and Men's (Beverly Hills)
and Del Mar clubs: Assoc. Mem., Explorers
Club of N.Y. ; L.A. County, Calif. State
Medical Socs. ; A.M. A.

Religion: Official of Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints.

Recreations: Church, family and profession.
Bits. Address: 727 W. Seventh St., Los Ange-
les, Calif.

Home Address: 702 No. Elm Dr., Beverly
Hills, Calif.

SHERER, Lorraine Miller, B.S.

Director of Elementary Education, Los Ange-
les County Schools.

Born: Missouri, June 25, 1898; d. of Jane
Masten and Clarence E. Miller.
Education: Los Angeles Normal School; Univ
of Calif.; Univ. of So. Calif.

Degrees: B.S., summa cum laude, Univ. of So
Calif., 1940.

Married: Robert Edgar Sherer, 1922 (divorced

Prof. Record: Rural Teacher in elementary
schools. 1918-20; Teacher of departmental
mathematics, elementary school (Long Beach
Calif.), 1920-21; Elementary School Principal!
South Santa Anita School (Los Angeles Co.),
1921-26; Supt. of Garvev Schools (Los Angeles
Co.), 1926-29; Dir. of Curriculum and Ele-
mentary Edu. for Los Angeles County Schools,
1929 — ; Instr. in Caroline Swope Summer
School for Teachers, 1931-34; Instr. in sum-
mer session, Univ. of Calif., 1935 and 1936
Univ. of Hawaii, 19.38; Instr., Univ of So
Calif. 1936—; Collaborator, Div. of Child
Development and Teacher Personnel; Amer.
Council on Edn., Teacher Edn. Commn., Univ.
of Chicago (spring, 1940).
Publications: Their First Years in School, Pe-

troleum Induslri/ in Ciili/nrnia, Early Ameri-
'uin Pioneer Life, and additional artlclt-H.
Metnhe.rships: Phi Ka[)pa I'hl, Delta Kappa
Gamma; Women's Athletic Club of I>08 An-

Religion: Protestant.

Bu.i. Address: Univ. of Southern California,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 1109 Magnolia, Los Angeles,

SHERIDAN, Bernard Andrew,

A.B., LL.D.


Born: Oakland (Calif.), Jan. 20, 19f)6; s. of
Brigid A. (Black) and Thomas J. Sheridan.

Education: Oakland grammar schools; St.
Mary's High School and College; Univ. of

Degrees: A.B., St. Mary's College, 1927;
LL.B., Univ. of Calif., 1930.

Married: Mary P., d. of Joanna (McGrath)
and John Fitzgerald, in Mission Santa Bar-
bara (Calif.), July 9, 19.39.

Prof. Record: Employed 19.30 in law firm of
Ackerman, Wayland and Matthews (San Fran-
cisco) ; private practice (Oakland), 19.36 — ;
elected State Legislature, 1938, re-elected

Memberships: Delta Theta Phi; Eagles; N.S.
G.W.; Knights of Columbus; Y.M.I. ; W.O.W.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hunting, fishing, breeding of
foreign birds.

Bus. Address: California State Legislature,
Sacramento, Calif, and Latham Square Bldg.,
Oakland, Calif.

Home Address: 2314 Mitchell St., Oakland,
Calif. •

SHERMAN, Julius, M.D.

Physician; Clinical Instructor of Medicine,
Stanford University Medical School.

Born: Emilchino (Russia), Dec. 25, 1890; s.
of Fruma (Avrach) and A. Sherman.

Education: Mission High Sch. (San Francisco) ;
U. of Calif. ; U. of Calif. Medical Sch.

Degrees: M.D., U. of Calif. Med. Sch.

Married: Rosa, d. of Eph. Weiss, in San Fran-
cisco, July 16, 1916; ch.: Robert and Miriam.

Prof. Record: Asst. in Medicine, U. of Calif.
Med. Sch., 1917-21; Clinical Instr. of Med.,
Stanford U., since 1925.

Publications: "Primary Carcinoma of the
Lung." California and Western Medicine,
1925; "Carcinoma of the Oesophagus," Amer-
ican Journal of Medical Sciences (Philadhl-
phia), 1927.

Memberships: Union League Club; Doric Lodge
No. 216; Scottish Rite; Islam Temple (San
Francisco) .

Recreations: Gardening, flowers, trees.

Bus. Address: 350 Post St., San Francisco,


Home Address: 75 Sea Cliff Ave., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.; Summer: "Lindenwood," Ather-
ton, Calif.




Lawyer; Partner, Sherman & Peters.
Born: New York (N.Y.), Sept. 17, 1884; s. of
Mary (Inman) and Roger M. Sherman.
Education: Hamilton College; New York Law

Degrees: LL.B., New York Law School, 1908.
Married: Marjorie, d. of Chas. P. Treat, in
New York City, April 16, 1913; ch.: Kathar-
ine S. Reynolds, Roger M., Sarah.
Prof Record: Assoc, Wing & Russell (New
York) ; Asst. Counsel, Emergency Fleet Corp.
(Phila.); Asst. Counsel, Amer. Tel. & Tel.
Corp. (New York) ; Counsel, Amer. Nat. Bank
(San Francisco) ; at present. Partner, Sher-
man & Peters (San Francisco) ; admitted to
Bar, N.Y. State, Nov. 28, 1911, Calif., Feb.
15, 1921.

Army Record: Three years, 7th Regt., N.Y.
Nat. Guard.

Memberships: Commonwealth Club of Calif.;
Chi Psi.

Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis, golf.

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