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cisco, 1920-40; Mem., Bd. of Governors, State
Bar of Calif., elected 1932, re-elected, 1934.

Navy Record: U. S. Naval Aviator, Ensign,


Memberships: Olympic club.

Religion: Catholic.

Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Crocker Bldg., 620 Market

St., San Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 420 El Arroyo, Hillsborough.


BOUTNIKOFF, Professor Ivan.

Composer and Conductor of Symphony Or-
chestra and Opera.

Born: Kouplansk (Russia), Dec. 13, 1893; s.
of Anastassie (Krikounoff) and Gregore

Education: Gymnasium of Kharkoff; gradu-
ated from the Conservatory of Music, Khar-
koff, Moscow and Leipzig.
Degrees: Prof, at Athens Acad, of Music.

Prof. Record: Former Prof, of Musical Com-
position at the Conservatory of Athens and
Conductor of the Sym. Orch. and Opera, 1922-
29- Has been Guest Conductor with Sym-
phony orchestras in Paris, Bruxelles, London,
Berlin, Vienna, Budapest and other European
cities: Composer of a great symphony and
several Symponic Poems, Suites for Orches-
tra, Piano, Musique de Chambre and Lieders.
Publications: Editions Maurice Senart, Paris.
Religion: Greek-Orthodox.
Recreations: Fishing.

Bus. and Home Address: 1921 No. Highland
Ave., Hollywood, Calif.

BOUTON, Professor Archibald Lewis.

A.B., M.A., Litt.D.

Born: Cortland (N. Y.), Sept. 1, 1872; a.
of Emily (Lamont) and Lewis Bouton.
Education: Grad., State Normal Sch. (Cort-
land, N. Y.): Amherst; Columbia; (research
studies in English), Univ. of Edinburgh; Har-
vard; Huntington Library (Calif.).
Degrees: A.B., Amherst, 1896; M.A., Colum-
bia U., 1900; Hon. Litt.D., Albion, 1922.
Married: Caroline Jessup (MacNair), Dans-
ville (N. Y.), June 12, 1901; ch.: Margaret

Prof. Record: Greek Master, Rutgers Gram-
mar Sch., 1896-98; Instr., Eng., 1898-01.
Asst. Prof, of Eng., 1901-05, Prof., 1905.
Head of Dept., 1914-37, Dean U. Coll. of
Arts and Pure Science at U. Heights, 1914-36;
Acting Dean, Grad. Sch., 1925-27, New York
U • Lecturer, summers, U. of Calif., 1925,
U. of Colo., 1927-30.

Publications: Editor: Lincoln and Douglas
Debates, 1905; The Poetry and Prose of Mat-
thew Arnold, 1927.

Memberships: Modern Lang. Assn. Am., Eng-
lish Assn. Great Britain, Modern Humani-
ties Research Assn.; Phi Beta Kappa, Delta
Kappa Epsilon; Century club.
Home Address: 2107 Oakdale St., Pasadena,

BOVARD. Professor John Freeman.

B.S., M.S., Ph.D., F.A.A.A.S.
Chairman, Dept. Phys. Edn., Univ. of Calif.
Born: Los Angeles (Calif), Jan. 18, 1881;
s. of Sarah (North) and Freeman Daily Bo-

Education: Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley); Grad-
uate Student of Harvard, 1914-15; Summer
Session Faculty of Univ. of Wash.; Univ.
of Cal.; Univ. of Cal. at Los Angeles; Re-
search Staff, San Diego Marine Station;
Scripps Institute, La Jolla; Friday Harbor
Station (Wash.).

Degrees: B.S., 1903, M.S., 1906, Ph.D., 1916,
Univ. of Calif.
Married: Camille, d. of Jeannie H. (Carroll)



nnd William Thompson, F^URcnc (Oregon),
Sept. 1, 1910; ch.: Jeanne and Freeman Car-

Prof. Record: Prof, of Zoology, U. of Ore-
gon, 1915-20; Dean, Sch. Phsylcal Edn., U.
of Orof^jn. V.YM-'M; Prof., Physical Edn., U.
Of Calif. (Los Angeles), 1937-39; Chairman
Dept. Phys. Edn., U. of Calif. (Los Angeles)

Directorships: Pres. No. W. Dist. A.A.H.P.
E.R.; Pres. U.O. Chapter Sigma XI.
Honors: Fellow. A.A.A.S.; Fellow, Am. Acad.
Phys. Edn.; Fellow, Am. Assn. H.P.E.R.
Publications: Co-author, Tests and Measure-
ments in Phys. Edn. (wlih Dr. Cozens), Co-
author Chapter IX. Twelth Year book. Dept.
Supervisors and Dirs. of Instruction N.E.A.,
Cineral Articles in J. Health and Phys. Ed. ;
Oregon Jour. Edn.; Edn. Method.
Memberships: A.A.U.P. ; Cal. A. H.P.E.R.;
Ore. Phys. Edn. Assn. (Pres. 3 times); Phi
Ep. Kappa, Sigma Delta Psi, Phi Delta Kap-

Religion: Methodist.

Politics. Democrat.

Recreations: GoU, sailing, mountain clubs
and motoring.

Bus. Address: Department Physical Educa-
tion, Univ. of California, Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 10457 Ashton Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

BOWEN, Isabel Nelson.

President, Southern Calif. Council of C:hurch

Born: Durham (Eng.), d. of Isabella (Scott)
and Richard Nelson.
Education: St. Joseph Sch. (Mo.).
Married: Robert, s. of E. D. Bowen, Los
Angeles (Calif.), Oct. 7, 1907; ch. : Grace
(Bowen) Davis and Robert L. Jr.
Bus. Record: Vice-Pres., Amer. Bd. of Comm.
for Foreign Missions (Boston, Mass), since
1936; Pres., So. Calif. Council of Church
Women, since 1939, formerly Vice-Pres.; five
years Pres., So. Calif. Fed. Congregational
Women; Private Secty. to Treas. of C. B.
and Q.R.R.; Mem., Bd. of Dir., Nat. Council
of Church Women.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Reading and travel.

Home Address: 1657 Fifth Ave., Los Angeles,
Calif. •

BOWEN. William Harold. B.S., M.S.
Superintendent, Guggenheim Aeronautical
Lab., Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Born: Pilot Oak (Ky), Sept. 27, 1903; s. of
Belle (Murchison) and Berry Bowen.
Education: New Me.x. Coll of A. & M.A.,
1917-21; Univ. of Calif., 1924-28; Calif. Inst,
of Tech., 1932-37.

Degrees: B.S., in Engrg., U. of Calif., 1928;
M.S., in Engrg., 1932, and M.S., in Aero-
nautics, 1937, Calif. Inst, of Tech.
Married: Margaret Ruth, d. of John W. De-
Witt, In San Diego (Calif.), July 27, 1929;
ch. : Stuart Wayne and Louise Everett.
Prof. Record: Automotive Engr., Calif. Inst,
of Tech. under a one yr. grant by Standard
Oil Co., 1928-29; Technician on staff, oper-
ating ten-ft. Wind Tunnel, 1929-32, Research
Asst., 1932-41, and Supt., since 1941, Gug-

gonhelnrt Aeronautical Lab. of the Calif Inst,
of Tech. .(PjsadenaK

Army Rec'irc*':, Army Res. Corps, since 1927;
present rank, Lt., Inf. .Spl. Staff.
Memberships: Irtst. of Aero. Science; Re-
serve Officers Ass.i., SIgn.a XI.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican. - • ■

Recreations: Photography, nllii'ig and cabin-
et work.

Bus. Address: Calif. Inst, of Tech., Pa.'.a-dena,

Home Address: 2067 Paloma St., Pasadtna,

BOWER, Professor Albert Gordon,

A.B., M.S., M.D.

Clinical Prof, of Medicine, Univ. of So. Calif.
Born: Salt Lake City (Utah), Feb. 5, 1890;
s. of Jessie (Gordon) and Dr. Albert S. Bower.

Education: Eckes Studieren Anstalt (Berlin);
Hoitt Sch. (Menlo Park (Calif.); Stanford
Univ.; Chicago Univ.; Rush Medical Coll.

Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1912; M.S., Chi-
cago U., 1913; M.D., Rush Medical Coll.,

Married: Elizabeth, d. of Arthur L. Munger,
in Cliicago (111.), Feb. 22, 1914; ch.: Betty
Jayne (Mrs. Kitch), Mary Lois and Albert

Prof. Record: Instr. of Bacteriology, U. of
Chicago; Asso. Prof, of Med., Coll. of Medi-
cal Evangelists; Chief of Staff, C. D. Service,
Los Angeles Co. Gen. Hosp. ; Past Pres.,
Hollywood Acad, of Med. ; at present is Senior
Consultant, C. D. Service, Los Angeles Co.
Hosp. and Clinical Prof, of Med., U. of So.
Calif. (Los Angeles) ; Diplomate Amer. Bd.
of Internal Medicine; Is Sen. Partner, Glen-
dale Med. and Surgical Group, Glendale
(Calif.). F.A.C.P.

Publications: Comynunicable Diseases for
Nurses (with Pilant) four edits. W. B. Saun-
ders Co. ; numerous medical articles In sci-
entific journals.

War Service: Div. Med. Train, Officer, 89th
Div. ; Dept. of Hygiene and Sanitation. Adv.
G.H.Q., A.E.F.; Garrison Surgeon, 164th Ar-
tillery Brig., Army of Occupation; Lt. Comdr.,
M.C.V. (S.), U.S.N.R. at present.

Memberships: Alpha Omega Alpha, Sigma
Chi, Phi Chi; Los Angeles Breakfast Club.
Religion : Protestant.
Recreations: Gardening, hunting and fishing.

Bus. Address: University of Southern Cali-
fornia, Los Angeles, Calif.; 136 No. Central,
Glendale, Calif, and 6777 Hollywood Blvd.,
Hollywood, Calif.

Home Address: 16646 Devonshire St., San
Fernando, Calif.

BOWERMAN, Paul. A.B., M.A.

Writer, Former Consul.

Born: Muskegon (Mich.), Sept. 16, 1898; s.
of Margaret (Fisher) and Charles B. Bower-

Education: Dartmouth Coll.; U. of Mich.

Degrees: A.B., Dartmouth Coll., 1920; M.A.,
U. of Mich., 1936.

Married: (1) Helen, d. of Harriett and
Charles K. Robson, at Detroit (Mich.), 1923;
ch.: Helen, born Jan. 8, 1925; (2) Dorothea,



d of Edna C. and Rev. James> di'Orr, at
Oakland (Calif.), 1936.

Prof Record: Instructor in K.ig.. Robert
Coil., Constantinople. ,>920-21; free-lance
writer, Paris, 1921-22; ArnW-can Vice-Consul,
Berlin (Germany), 1923-2T. Ottawa (Canada),
1927-29; American Consul, Zagreb (Yugo-
slavia), 1929-.32 Salonika (Greece) 1932-3,i.
Puhlications. Fiction, general and political
articles it. various American newspapers and

Ar'rny Service: 2nd Lt., Infantry. 1918.
:^en\bershivs: Sigma Phi Epsllon.
Home Address: 1151 Fifth Ave., Los Angeles.
BOWERS, Marian Howe. R.N., A.B.
Director, Nursing Education, Coll. of Med.

Born- Augusta (Me.), Dec. 25, 1892; d of
Eha WMttier (Cony) and Frank Mortimer

Education: So. Lancaster (Mass^)Adac.,
1907-08. 1911-12; Deering (Me.) H gh Sch
1908-11- New Eng. Sanitarium and Hosp.
(Melrose. Mass.), 1915-18; Spl. work in Phys.
Edn., 1916-18; Post Grad., Phys. Edn., 1918
TPachers Cert in Physical Education. 1919,
U of Wis 1922; uj of (^alif. (Berkeley)
iq27- Coll of Med. Evangelists, 19^8, u. oi
Re'dlands!' 1932135; 1938140 U of Ca^iX at
Los Angeles, 1938; Gen. Sec. Cred. (Calir.),

Dearees- R.N. (Mass., Wis., and Calif.);
AB (With hbnors). 1935; A.M., 1940, U.
of Redlands.

Married- Fred Perry, s. of Nellie (Perry)
fnd George Winfield Bowers, in Portland
(Me.), Sept. 16. 1915.

Prof. Record: Instr. in Phys^, ^dn. and in
Community Home Hygiene. 1918; pvt. duty,

1919: pub. health, 1919f0; ^^'.^'oo^'^^bir
Nursing, Madison (Wis.), 1920-22, Dir.,
Nursing Edn., Sch. of Nursing, Loma Linda
(Calif) since 1923; Calif. State Nurses'
Astn. Dist. Six; Mem. of Bd.. 1925-39, Pres.,
1928-30- Red Cross Community Home Nurs-
ing classes since 1930; Instr., Extension
courses, La Sierra Coll. (Calif.), since 1938
Guest Instr., Pacific Union Coll. (Calir.)
summer, 1940. 1941.

Publications: Educational Gymnastics; also
articles in American Journal of Nxirsmg,
Trained Nurse and Hospital Review, and The

Meviberships: Amer. Nurses' Assn.. Natl.
League of Nursing Edn., Natl. Orgn of Pub.
Health Nursing, Amer. Red Cross, Med. M s-
sionary Assn. of Seventh Day Adventists
Amer Assn. for Health, Phys. Edn., and

Religion: Seventh Day Adventist.
Recreations: Hiking and nature study.
Bus. Address: Coll. Medical Evangelists,
Loma Linda, Calif.

Home Address: 365 San Juan Dr., Loma
Linda, Calif.

BOWERS, Walter L., LL.B., LL.M.
Deputy Attorney General, State of Calif.
Born: Bonanza (Colo.). Aug. 31. 1883; s. of
Eleanor (Tiarks) and Henry Lewis Bowers.
Education: Public schools; Palo Alto High
Sch.; Stanford Univ.; Univ. of So. Calil.
Sch. of Law.

Degrees: LL.B.. 1904. LL.M., 1912. U.S.C.
Married: Winifred H., d. of Laura H. and
Carl Marshall; ch.: Jeanne, Alice, Betty,
Barbara and Judith.

Prof Record: Was admitted to practice law
upon oral examination before Supreme Court
of Calif.. 1904. and before U. S. District.
Circuit and Supreme Court; Mem. law firm
Keefer and Bowers, 1904-07, Keefer, Noyes
and Bowers, 1907-10, Bowers and Arnoldy,
1910-13- no association since 1913; Deputy
Attorney General, 1935—; Pres., Law Alumni
Assn., U.S.C, 1932-37; Editor, U.S.C. Alumni
Review, 1938-39.

Directorships: Mem., Bd. of Dirs.. Gen.

Alumni Assn., U.S.C. since 1932; Pres., (Sen.

Alumni Assn., 1940-41.

Publications: Has written numerous articles

and treatises on Constitutional Law and Legal

Problems in Regulatory Statutes Pertaining

to Agriculture.

Membersihps: Dean, Delta Theta Phi Law

Fraternity; L.A.C; Osceola Country Club;

Skull and Dagger; Blackstonian.

Religion: Episcopal.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Tennis and gardening.

Bus. Address: 903 State Bldg., Los Angeles.


Home Address: 348 Homewood Rd.. W. Los

Angeles. Calif.

BOWIE, Clifford Pinckney, B.S., C.E.

Supervising Engineer. U. S. Bureau of Mines.
Born: Philipsburg (Mont.). June 28, 1879;
s. of Mary Ellen (Irvine) and Dr. Clifford
N. Bowie.

Education: Philipsburg (Mont.); San Diego
(Calif.); Berkeley (Calif.).
Degrees: B.S., 1904, C.E., 1923, U. of Calif.
Married: Nan. d. of Wiley Mountjoy. Berke-
ley (Calif.), June 2, 1928; ch.: Barbara Alice.
Prof Record: Engr. Asst.. U. S. Reclamation
Service. May - Sept.. 1903; Asst. City Engr.
(Hayward, Calif.). May -Dec, 1904; Asst.
to City Engr. (San Francisco, Calif.), 1904-
06; City Engr. (Chico, Calif.), 1906-07: Asst.
Engr., later Chief Engr., Associated Pipe
Line Co., 1907-16; Supervising Engr., U. b.
Bureau Mines, in chg. of San Francisco Of-
fice and Labs., Petroleum and Natural Gas
Div.. since 1916.

Publications: Numerous bulletins and tech-
nical papers of the U. S. Bureau of Mines,
also numerous contributions to Technical

Army Record: Cons. Engr.. U. S. Fuel Ad-
ministration, World War I.
Memberships: Amer. Inst. Mining and Metall.
Engrs. ; Commercial and Engineers Clubs (San
Francisco), Hillside. Abracadabra and Berke-
ley Lawn Bowling Clubs (Berkeley).

Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Lawn bowling and fishing.
Bus. Address: 506 Custom House. San Fran-
cisco. Calif.

Home Address: 2120 Los Angeles Ave., Berke-
ley, Calif.
Other Address : Pinecrest, Calif.



BOWMAN, Professor John Francis
Everett (Francis J.). AH., M.A., Ph.D.
Asso. Prof, of Hist., Univ. of So. Calif.
Born: Page Co. (Iowa), Oct. 3. 1899; a. of
Josephine (Palmqulst) and John A. Bowman.
Education: Augustana Coll., Uock Island
(111.); Universities of Nebraska and Iowa,
then to Universities of Stockholm and Upsala
In Sweden.

Degrees: A.B., 1926. Augustana Coll.; M.A.,
19:r7. and Ph.D., 1929, Iowa U.
Married: Helen E., d. of Harriet (Brldger)
and L. R. SIdmore, in Manson (Iowa), June
28, 1930; ch.: Sarah Elizabeth (born 1939).

Prof. Record: Instr., 1930-35, Asst. Prof.,
1935-37. Asso. Prof., 1937-39, Dept. of Hist.,
^''ashington State Coll., Pullman (Wash.);
Asso. Prof., Dept. of Hist., U. of So. Calif.,
Los Angeles (Calif.), since 1939.
Publications: Has written numerous articles
in professional journals both here and abroad :
was the Amer. Asso. Editor of Baltic and
Scandinavian Countries, from 1936 to 1939.
Memberships: Severance, Swedish; Pi Kappa
Alpha, Tau Kappa.
Religion: Lutheran.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Southern California,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 3790 Olmsted Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif. *

BOWMAN. Lillie Lewin, A.B., M.A.,

Supervisor, Bureau of Research, San Fran-
cisco Public Schools.

Born: Athena (Ore.), April 9, 1899; d. of
Helen (Levy) and Max Lewin.
Education: Public schools in Union (Ore.);
State Teachers' Coll. (San Jose) ; U. of Calif.
(Berkeley) ; Teachers' Coll. ; Columbia U.

Degrees: A.B., 1922. M.A., 1925. Ph.D., 1937,
U. of Calif, at Berkeley.

Married: C. A., s. of Martha (Orr) and Ira
W. Bowman, at Reno (Nev.), Sept. 12, 1939.
Prof. Record: Supervisor, Bureau of Research,
S. F. Public Schools, since 1925; Mem., U.
of Calif. Extension Staff.
Directorships: Dir., Alto Psychologic Center;
Pres.. Calif. Educational Research Assn.
Memberships: Pi Lambda Theta; Western
Psychological and Calif. Teachers (Associ-

Bus. Address: Civic Auditorium, San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1690 Greenwich St., San
Francisco, Calif.

BOWRON. Fletcher.

Mayor of the City of Los Angeles.

Born: Poway. San Diego County (Calif.),

Aug. 13, 1887; s. of Martha (Hershey) and

Samuel Bowron.

Education: Los Angeles High School; Univ.

of So. Calif. College of Law.

Married: Irene Martin, Sept. 16, 1922; ch. :

Prof. Record: Newspaper Reporter (San
Francisco and Los Angeles) ; admitted to
Calif. Bar, 1917; after World War, was in
law practice in Los Angeles until 1923; ap-
pointed Deputy State Corpn. Commissioner,
1923; Exec. Secy, to CJovernor Richardson,

1925; appointed Judjjc of Superior Court (Los
Angelos Co.), \'.)2<i: Presiding Jud},'e, 1937;
elected Mayor at recall election, .Sept. 16,
19,38; took oath of office Sept. 26, 1938.
Army Record: Served a.s voiuntoor In Field
Artillery and Intelligence Dlv., U.S.A.
Memberships: American Legion; United Vet-
erans of the Republic; Delta Chi; Mason;
Native Sons of the Golden West; Jonathan
and Kiwanls clubs.

Bus. Address: City Hall, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Address: 2158 Rockledge Rd., Los An-
geles, Calif. •

BOYCE-SMITH. John. A.B., M.A.,
LL.B., LL.M.
Lawyer, Business Executive.
Vice-Pres. and Gen. Mgr. of Inspiration Pic-
lures Inc.

Born: New York City; s. of Mary Fisher
(Kilpatrick) and John Boyce-Smith.
Education: Collegiate School; Columbia Univ.
Degrees: A.B., 1901. M.A., 1902, LL.B., 1904.
LL.M., 1905, Columbia U.
Married: Harriet Mather, d. of Wm. A. Ills-
ley, at Evanston (111.), Sept. 14, 1911; ch.:
John Boyce-Smith, III; Suzanne Boyce-Smith
Merrill and William Illsley Boyce-Smith.
Prof. Record: Practiced law in New York
City, 1904-26; became Vice-Pres. and (3en.
Mgr. of Inspiration Pictures Inc., producers
of Tol'able David; The White Sister; The
Bright iJ/iatiii; Resurrection; Ramona, etc.,
1926; resumed practice of law in Los An-
geles, 1932.

Directorships: Dir. of Los Angeles Breakfast
Club, 10 years; Pres. of Columbia Alumni
Club of Los Angeles, 12 years.
Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa and Theta
Delta Chi.

Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Taft Bldg., Hollywood, Calif.
Home Address: 1902 Redcliff Rd., Los An-
geles, Calif.


Patron of the Arts.

Born: St. Louis (Mo.); d, of Cora (Brown)
and William A. Illsley.

Education: "Kenilworth Hall," Northwestern;
Musik-Hoch-Schule (Berlin).
Married: John Boyce-Smith, II, s. of John
Boyce-Smith, at Evanston, (111.), Sept. 14,
1911; ch.: John Boyce-Smith, III; Suzanne
Boyce-Smith Merrill; William Illsley Boyce-

Directorships: Board of Trustees: So. Calif.
Symphony Assn., Pro-America, Westminster

Me^nberships: Kappa Alpha Theta; Salon

Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: RepubliCcin.

Home Address: 1902 Redcliff Rd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

BOYD. Eunice.

Concert Violinist, Teacher.
Born: Hollywood (Calif.); d. of Clara (Car-
nahan) and August Wuerz, 1900.
Education: Grinnell Coll. (R)wa).



Married: Dallas Reeves, s. of Walter J. Boyd,
In Hollywood, Calif., 1921.
Prof Record: Teacher, Hollywood, 15 years;
Organizer, Eunice Boyd's Chamber Music
Group; Seven yrs. spring and summer ses-
sions, Laurent Halleaux of Pro Arte String
Quartet (Brussels), Mills College (Oakland),
1934-41; Artist Pupil for 13 yrs.; is 18-yr.-old
Eloise Roessler (Concert Violinist), whb has
accompanied her teacher during summer con-
certs and sessions at Mills College, coachmg
with Laurent Helleu.x; concert tours with
Eloise Roessler; Mexico City, D.F., 1935 and
1937 New York, 1939; 1940 concerts given
by Eunice Boyd's Chamber Music Group in-
clude; six musicales given at Countess Ern-
ma de Zaruba Music Salbn, Jan. 14, 29, Feb.
11 25 Mar. 10, 24; Young Artists Music
Festival, May 24, 25, 26; Music Festival,
Asst League, Amer. Red Cross, June 14, 1&;
Redlands Bowl, Aug. 27; Calif's, first an-
nual Mozart Festival, given by Eunice Boyd s
Young Amer. Chamber Music Group, Ebell
Theatre Feb. 22, 1941 (Mary Holloway,
Mgr.). Other artists pupils Winifred Wick
and Constance Ruddick.

Memberships: Opera and Reading Club (Hol-
lywood) .

Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Music, drama, and particu-
larly fishing.

Home Address: 8401 Kirkwood Dr., Holly-
wood, Calif.

BOYD, (Mrs.) Lelia Trundle.

President, State Ladies Aid Society of South-
ern California Christian Churches.
Born: Near Leesburg, Crawford Co. (Mo.),
Oct. 2, 1874; d. of Eliza (Nelson) and Michael

Education: Public school in Salem (Mo.);
graduated from high sch. and in Teachers
Training Course; school articulating with the
State Univ. at Columbia (Mo.).
Married: (1) Rev. Dan Trundle (dec. Sept.
30 1930) ; s. of William Trundle, at St.
Louis (Mo.), July 7, 1909; (2) Homer, s. of
Thomas Martin Boyd, Nov. 27, 1935, Los
Angeles (Calif.).

Bus. Record: Taught in the public schools of
Salem (Mo.) from 1895-1903; employed seven
yrs as Cashier and Bkkpr. for Maurer Meat
& Provision Co., St. Louis (Mo.); Pastor's
Asst. in the Christian Churches of Los An-
geles, 1909-30 (with husband. Rev. Dan Trun-
dle) ; has given 22 yrs. to the promotion of
the benevolent work of Christian women in
So. Calif, as Treas., and later Pres., State
Ladies Aid; one of the founders of the Chap-
man Coll., 766 N. Vermont (L.A.).
Clubs: Bd. of So. Calif. Council of Church
Women; State Bd. of Women's Missionary
Soc. of So. Calif.

Religion: Christian (sometimes called Disci-
ples of Christ).

Politics : Prohibition-Republican .
Bus. and Home Address: 4233 Marmlon Way^
Los Angeles, Calif.

BOYD, Louise Arner, LL.D.
Explorer, Executive.

President, Boyd Investment Co. (Private

Born: San Rafael (Calif.), Sept. 16, 1887;
d. of Louise Cook (Arner) and John Frank-
lin Boyd.

Education: Miss Stewart's School (San Rafael,
Calif.); Miss Murison's School (S.F., Calif.).
Degrees: LL.D., U. of Calif., 1939 and Mills
College (Calif.), 1939.

Director.'ihips : Pres., Boyd Investment Co.,
Dir. of following: San Francisco Symphony
Orchestra, San Francisco Community Chest.
Publications: Fiord Region of East Green-
land, 1935, and Polish Countryside. 1937
(American Geographical Society of New
York) ; has written many short articles re-
lating to Greenland expeditions.
Decorations: Chevalier of the Legion of
Honor of France; St. Olaf of Norway (first
foreign woman to receive this) ; Andree
Plaque of the Swedish Anthropological and
Geo. Soc; Cullum Geographical Medal of the
American Geographical Society of New York.
Memberships: S. F. Garden Club, Marin Gar-
den Club (San Rafael); Wbman's Athletic
Club (S.F.). Trustee: Mills Coll. and Calif.
Acad, of Sciences.
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Hiking and music.
Bus. Address: 255 California St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: "Maple Lavm," San Rafael

BOYD, Mary Teitsworth


Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Jan. 2; d. Of
Anna (Nelson) and Minor Clark Teitsworth.
Education: Manual Arts High Sch.; U. of
Minn.; U. of Calif, at Los Angeles.
Married: Robert Gordon Boyd, at Hollywood
Presbyterian Church, June 4, 1936.
Prof. Record: Concert Soprano; two tours
of western states, middle west and Canada;
forty concerts each tour; four tours of Calif.;
Soloist with Hollywood Bowl Orch.; Soloist,
Nat'l Fed. Music Clubs Nat'l Convention
(Portland and San Francisco); Soloist, Hol-
lywood Presbyterian Church, 1927-37; Solo-
ist, St. James Episcopal Church (Los Ange-
les), 1937—; Soloist, Mission Church of the
Air — K.F.W.B. (every Sunday), Jan., 1939 — .
Memberships: Alpha Phi (Internat. Sorority
Pres., Los Angeles Alumnae Chapter, 1940-
41), Sigma Alpha Iota Music Sorority, Eu-
terpe Opera Reading (First Vice-Pres., Pro-
gram Chmn., 1939-41, Pres., 1941—), Wom-
an's Lyric (Pres., 1932-35), Dominant Clubs
(Vice-Pres., 1934-35, Financial Secy., 1938-
39); Women's Auxiliary Calif. Babies Hosp.;
So. Calif. Symphony Assn.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Swimming and flying.
Home Address: 414 No. Las Palmas Ave.,
Hollywood, Calif.

BOYES, Shibley.

Pianist, Accompanist.

Born: Dawson, Y. T. (Canada), May 2, 1903;

d. of Frances (McKim) and Alvin Robert


Education: Received her education In Los

Angeles (Calif); Paris (France); Munich

(Germany) .

Prof. Record: Official Accompanist for all

opera productions at Hollywood Bowl; Con-



rort Arrompanlst for many noted artists,
vocal and Inslrumcnlal ; Coarh of songs and
opera .

Bus. and Homo Addrms: 611 No. New Hamp-
shire Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. *

BOYLE, Edna Lewis.


Bom: Walscnburg (Colo.), Oct. 18. 1899; d.
-of Anna (Abcrcrombie) and Leonai-d Lewis.
Married: Morris D., s. of .John Boyle, In
Denver (Colo.), Nov. 11, 1923; ch.: Edna
Louise and Lorna Jean.

Directorshiiti^: Pres.. Guardian Assomi)ly No.
41, Order of Rainlnnv for Girls IMothor.s Club:
Parliamentarian of San Anionio Council of

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