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Edwin Foster, Julia Nixon, and Virginia

Prof. Record: Reporter on San Diego Sun,
1920-21, Norfolk (Va.) Post, 1921-22; Asst.
City Ed., San Diego Sun.. 1922-23; City Ed.,
Sacramento Star, 1923-24; Asst. Sunday Ed.,
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1924; Asst. City
Ed., Los Angeles Illustrated News, 1924-25;
Bond Salesman, 1925-29; successively Re-
porter, Asst. City Ed. and City Ed.. San
Francisco News, 1929-38; Exec. Ed., San
Diego Sun, 1938-40; Columnist, San Farn-
cisco News, since 1940.

Memberships: Phi Kappa Sigma. Sigma Delta
Chi; San Francisco Press Club.
Bus. Address: 814 Mission St.. Scin Fran-
cisco. Calif.

Home Address: 440 West Portal, San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Litt.D., F.R.G.S.

Born: Chicago (111.), Mar. 24, 1865; s. of
Adelaide (Chatfield) and Henry Hobart

Degrees: B.S., Cornell Univ., 1886; Litt.D.,
Lake Forest (111) Coll., 1913; Fellow. Royal
(5eog. Soc.

Married: (1) Rose (dec. Apr. 5, 1918), d.
of late Sen Charles B. Farwell of 111., June
19, 1890. (2) Estelle Barbour Stlllman, June
23, 1920.

Prof. Record: Editor, America, 1888-90; Con-
sul of Spain at Chicago, 1892-94.
Publications: With Edge-Tools, 1891; An
American Peeress, 1893; Two Women and a
Fool, 1895; The Land of the Castanet, 1896;
The Vice of Fools, 1898; The Idle Born, 1900;
The Crimson Wing, 1902; Moliere, a Biog-
raphy, 1906; Fame's Pathway, 1909; Goldont,
a Biography, 1913; Chicago, 1917; Cities of
Many Men, 1925; Tawny Spain, 1927;
Charmed Circles - A Pageant of the Ages
from, Aspasia's Day to Ours, 1935; has also
contributed to many magazines and peri-

Awards: Chevalier, Legion d'Honneur and
Officier de I'lnstruction Publique (France);
Chevalier, Order of Saints Maurice and Laz-
arus, and Chevalier, Order of the Crown
(Italy) ; Chevalier, Order of Isabella the
Catholic (Spain) ; Officer, Order of the
Crown (Belgium) ; Chevalier, Order of St.
James (for artistic, lit. and scientific merit;
Portugal ) ; Officer, Order of the Bust of the
Liberator (Venezuela) ; Fellow, Royal CJeog.
Soc. (Eng.).

Memberships: Soc. of Midland Authors (Hon.
Pres.), Nat. Inst. Arts and Letters, New
Hampshire Soc. of the Cincinnati, New York
Soc. Colonial Wars; Union, Century, Coffee
House (New York City) ; Metropolitan (Wash-
ington) ; Orleans (London, Eng.); University,
CJliff Dwellers (Chicago); Santa Barbara;
Travellers (Paris) ; Kappa Alpha.
Home Address: "Far Afield," 900 Hot Springs
Rd., Santa Barbara. Calif. •

CHENEY. Annie Elliot (Mrs. J. G.)

Clerk, Coalinga Board of Education.
Born: Gridley (Calif.), Feb. 5, 1880; d. of
Emma (Rlehl) and William Elliott.
Education: Gridley (Calif.).
Married: Jonathan Guy, s. of Return Jona-
than Cheney, in Bakersfield (Calif.), June
21, 1903; ch.: Arthur C, Betty Z., and Jack.
Prof. Record: Clerk of Coalinga Elem. Sch.
Bd., 1916 — (just re-elected for additional
three-yr. term); Chmn., Coalinga Welfare
Bd., 1932-38; Dir., Coalinga Red Cross since
1919 and still incumbent; on Bd. of Dirs.
for Fresno Co. Tuberculosis Assn.; Mem.,
Coalinga Election Bd. for many years.
Awards: Degree of Chivalry and Rebecca
Degree for services in Odd Fellows; decorated
for Red Cross services rendered during World
War I.

Memberhsips: Past officer of following clubs:
Coalinga Women's, Zenith, Patron-Faculty,
Elementary P.T.A. ; Past Noble Grand of Re-
bekah Lodge (Past Pocohontas of that De-
gree) ; Royal Neighbors of Amer.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Contract bridge, croquet, and
horseback riding.

Home Address: 296 E. Durian, Coalinga,


Poet, Author, Editor.

Born: Marysvale (Utah), Oct. 5, 1894; d. of
Alice Candace (Patten) and Reuben DeWitt.
Education: Public and Methodist Mission
Schs., Marysvale (Utah).

Married: Philip, s. of Anne (Harmon) and
Wm. Cherrington, at Junction (Utah), July
20, 1911: ch.: Mary Jean (Mrs. Schenck),
Coral (Mrs. Nilsson), and Philip Dewitt.
Prof. Record: Began writing poetry 18 yrs.
ago, without literary training: established the
system of writing from a key line, which
gives the atmosphere, tone, rhythm and
meter, has sold over 2000 poems; her mar-
keting success provoked idea of compiling a
marketing textbook and editors' anthology
for poets, which she did in 1939, tit'ed
Poems Editors Buy; presented a book manu-
script of poetry. Phantom Caravan, in the
Kaleidograph contest and was given the nat.
publication award offered (1940) : Erlit. the
department 'Poems That Sell" in Writer's
Monthly; Co-Editor of syndicated feature.
"Poem a Day" (now discontinued).
Publications: Poems Editors Buy; Phantom

Memberships: Calif. Writer's Guild.
Religion: Non-Sectarian.
Poil tics : Democrat .
Recreations: Gossiping.

Home Address: 2130 Verde St., Pasadena,
Calif., and Marysvale, Utah. *

CHEVALIER, Professor Haakon
Maurice, A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of French, Univ. of Calif.
Born: Lakewood (N.J.), Sept. 10, 1902; s. of
Therese (Roggen) and Emile Chevalier.
Education: Stanford Univ.; Univ. of Calif.
Married: Barbara, d. of S. Laz. Lansburgh,
in Stinson Beach (Calif.), 1931; ch.: Jacuqes
Anatole, and Suzanne Andr^e.



Puhlicntinnn: The Ironic Temper: Anatole
I'^rancc mul Ilia Time (Oxford Univ. Press),
19vV2; Translations: Andri" Mnlraux Man's
Fate (Smith & Haas), 19;M, Andrc'^ Malraux
Days of Wrath (Random House), li).'!(), Louis
Aragon's Bells of Basel (Ilarrourt, Hrace &
Co.), 19:?8; Contributor to: The Nation, The
New Republic, Saturday/ Review of Literature,
Contempo, Kenyan Review, etc.
Memberships: P.E.N., Modern Language As-
sociation, Pacific Philological Assn., League
of Amer. Writers.

Bus. Address: Department of French, Univ.
of California, Berkeley, Calif.
Home Address: 605 Woodmont Ave., Berke-
ley, Calif.

CHLVERTON. Professor Cecil Frank,

A.B., M.A., B.S.L., Ph.D., D.D.

Theologian, College Director.

Born: Rich Hill (Mo.), Feb. 1, 1889: s. of

Elizabeth (Greening) and Frank H. Chev-


Education: Drake Univ.; Columbia Univ.;

Union Theol. Sem.; Boston Univ.

Denrees: A.B., 1914, M.A.. 1915, B.S.L.,

1916, D.D., 1939, Drake U,; Ph.D., Boston U.,

1918; D.D., Pacific School of Religion, 1940.

Married: Vivian, d. of Dr. and Mrs. R. D.

Pope, in Los Angeles (Calif.), Sept. 1, 1923;

ch. : Jeanne, Richard, and David.

Prof. Record: Student teacher in Drake U.,

1914-16; Prof, of Bible and Religious Edn.,

Eureka Coll. (Eureka, III.), 1918-20, Calif.

Christian Coll., 1920-30, Dir., 1930-40 (The

name of California Christian College has

been changed to Chapman Coll.).

Publications: When Kings and Prophets Held

the Stage, 1930: Sunday School Lessons: The

Bible and Social Living; Social Teachings of

the Bible (Christian Board of Publication).

Memberships : Phi Beta Kappa.

Religion: Desciple of Christ (Christian Ch.)

Recreations: Music and golf.

Bus. Address: Chapman College, 766 No.

Vermont Ave., Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 564 No. Berendo St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Hector Louis, A.6.


Born: Missoula (Mont.), June 28, 1904; s. of
Angeline (Menard) and Jeffrey Chevigny de
La Chevroti^re.

Education: Gonzaga Preparatory, Spokane
(Wash.); Gonzaga Univ.; Univ. of Wash.
Graduate Sch.

Degrees: A.B., Gonzaga U., 1927.
Married: Claire Roze, d. of John Wesley
Graves, in Spokane (Wash.); ch.: Antonette,
and Paul.

Prof. Record: Pioneer in radio- writing, hav-
ing written some of the first dramas on the
air; entered radio as paid Dramatist, 1928,
Sta. KOMO (Seattle) ; lectured on broad-
cast writing and advertising. U. of Wash.,
1934-36; Dir., Script Div., Columbia Broad-
casting Sys., in Hollywood, 1936-37; more
than 400 radio pla.vs, including series such
as Hollywood Hotel, Woodbury Playhouse
(with Charles Boyer), Lady of Millions (with
May Rob.son), American Challenge, Klondike;
also fiction in Saturday Evening Post.
Publications: Lost Empire: The Life of Niko-

lai Rexnnov (Macmlll.'in Co.), lO.'JO; Study
of the Plana of Imperial Russia, 1790-1807,
in the Pacific, and The Visit of liezanov
in Sun Francisco, from Russian .sources.
Memberships: Councilman, Authors' League
of Amer.

Religion: Roman Catholic.
Recreations: Deep-sea fishing, and gardening.
Home Address: 11615 Victory Blvd., No. Hol-
lywood, Calif.

Other Address: 543 Fifth Ave., New York,
N.Y. *

CKEYNEY, (Edward) Ralph

Poet, Lecturer, Editor.

Born: Philadelphia (Pa.), 1896; s. of Dr.
E. P. Cheyney (ex-Pres., American Histori-
cal Assn.).

Education: Schools in three countries: Univ.
of Pa. ; special courses at N. Y. Univ., Univ.
of So. Calif., Univ. of Calif. (L.A.).
Married: (1) Louise Drew Cook ("Weda Yap"
to the public), d. of Bertha (Wick) and Allen
Drew Cook, in 1918 (now div.), ch.: Gertrude
Louise. (2) Lucia, d. of Alice (Lyman) and
Prof. William Peterfield Trent, Litt.D., in
New York, Feb. 22, 1927, ch.: Lucia Alice
(b. 1928), Trent and Ralph (twins, b. 1930).

Prof. Record: Publicity Dir., Cooperative
League of Amer.; Asst. to Gen. Mgr., Sales
Promotion, Remington Arms Co. ; Adv. Serv-
ice Mgr., Washington Post; Co-Editor, Con-
temporary Verse; Mgr. Ed., Poetry World;
Managing Ed., Poetry Publishers; Washington
Corr., All- America Press, etc. Author:
Touch and Go (Henry Harrison) ; Women in
a Lean Age (Wm. Faro) ; Sonnets (an an-
thology of sonnets with introduction and es-
says on the form; Henry Harrison); Hints
o?i How to Merchandise, How to Advertise,
and How to Go Into Business for Yourself
(Haldeman-Julius) ; Dreamers' House (John
Packard) : Sierra Dreamers' House (Poetry
Publishers) ; Thank You, America! (Sutton-
House, Inc.); More Power to Poets'. (Henry
Harrison) ; Banners of Brotherhood (Drift-
wind Chapbooks) ; prefaces to many books,
usually with Lucia Trent, among them: Con-
necticut Poets, and books by Jack Greenburg,
Kate Butler, and more than 20 other poets;
edited with Jack Conroy: Unrest, 1929, 1930,
1931; with Lucia Trent and Benjamin Musser:
Profit from That Impulse!; with Lucia Trent:
Spring Chorale, Early Harvest and other an-
thologies. Certificated Teacher of Creative
Writing in adult education system of public
schools (Pasadena), 1937-40; of poetics at
Philadelphia Art Alliance, 1933-35, where he
was made Poet Laureate of Pa. (non-offi-
cial), 1934.

Directorships : First Nat. Vice-Pres., Authors'
and Composers' Assn. of Amer. ; Conductor,
Literary Craftsmen's Dept., Association's
Magazine, Authors and Composers of Amer.
Honors: Hon. Pres., Western Poets Congress.
Publications: Third Book of Modern Verse;
Eros; The Vermillion Bird: Poems About
Los Angeles County; Armistice Day; Bird-
Lover's Anthology; Patrician Verse; Bowling
Green; One Hundred Poems of Peace; Twen-
tieth Century Love Poeins; Poems of Jus-
tice; Poems About Jesus, Master of Men;
The Golden Book of Religious Verse; Con-
temporary American Men Poets; Red Har-
vest; Poems of War; The Lyric Psalter;
Contributor to many magazines and other
periodicals, including Ladies Home Journal,
English Journal, Christian Century.



Memberships: League of Amer. Writers; Edu-
cational Ciiairman, Adult Edn. Sec. (L. A.
Br.), Amer. Fedn. of Teaciiers.

Religion : Humanist Society of Friends.

Recreations: Travel — usually lecture tours;
theatre — usually reviewing plays.
Home Address: 923 E. Mountain St., Pasa-
edna. Calif.

Other Address: The Schoolhouse, Beatty
Road, Media, Pa. *

CHIAPPERO, Aldo Joseph. B.S.

Photographer, Instructor, Television Techni-

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Nov. 29, 1912;
s. of Josephine (Trucco) and Joseph Chiap-

Education: Regio Institute Technico Maffei,
Turin (Italy); Univ. of So. Calif.; Los An-
geles Art Center Sch.; De Forest Television

Degrees: B.S., Regio Instituto Technico
Maffei, 1935.

Prof. Record: Since 1935 has devoted his time
to photography, both motion picture and still,
including press, marine, architectural, ad-
vertising, commercial, industrial and aerial;
at present is Manager, Simpson's Camera
Stores in Hollywood, Instr. for Dental Doc-
tors in a course which specializes in mouth
photography; Instr. of Photography at the
YMCA (Los Angeles) ; Instr. of Photo-
graphy for several amateur groups: Councilor
in Photography for the Boy Scouts and Sea
Scouts of Amer. ; Instr. at U. of So. Calif,
for the Aerial Photography Class of the Air
Corps Division of the M.O.G., U.S.A.; tele-
vision camera work.

Publications: Photographs published in the
following periodicals: Popular Photography,
Popular Aviation, Minicam, Zeiss, Leica,
Home Movies, L. A. Times, L. A. Evening
Herald and Express.

Civilian Military Training: 1st Lt., M.O.G.,
U.S.A. (Military Order of Guards).

Memberships: Los Serranos Country Club.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Skiing, horseback riding, driv-
ing, hiking, yachting, and hunting.

Bus. and Home Address: 449 No. Oakhurst
Dr., Beverly Hills, Calif.

CHICKERING, Professor Martha A.,

A.B., Ph.D.

Director, Calif. State Dept. of Social Wel-
fare; Assoc. Prof., Univ. of Calif, (on leave).

Born: Oakland (Calif.); d. of Caroline A.
(Clapp) and William H. Chickering.

Education: Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., 1910, Ph.D., 1936, U. of Calif.

Directorships: Past-Pres., Calif. Conference

on Social Work.

Memberships: Women's Athletic (Oakland)

and Women's Faculty (U. of Calif.).

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 616 K St., Sacramento, Calif.*

CHILDS. Frank Hall. LL.B.
Law Author.

Born: Findlay (Ohio), Feb. 16, 1859; s. of
Emily Amanda (Hall), (1818-91), and Na-
thaniel Emmes Childs (1814-80).
Education: Miss Adams Select Sch., 1864;
public schools, 1869-72; Northwestern Normal
Sch., 1872-75, Normal Sch., 1876-77, Repub-
lic (Ohio) ; Columbia Law Univ., Washington
(D. C), 1880; Union Coll. of Law (North-
western Univ.), Chicago (111.), 1882-83; Kent
Law .Sch., Chicago, (111.), 1892-93.

Degrees: LL.B., Kent Law Sch., 1893.
Married: Amy (dec, Oct. 2, 1928), d. of
Sophia and Edwin Hunt, in Chicago (111.),
Feb. 18, 1886.

Prof. Record: Corr. for the Tiffin Tribune,
Republic (Ohio), 1875; worked on a farm
from 4:30 a.m. to 9 p.m., for $5 a mo. 1877;
Steno. and Telephone Operator in the Gov.
Printing Office, Washington (D. C), 1878-79;
Clerk in the Pennsylvania Files, U.S. Pension
Office, Washington (D. C), 1880; Clerk in
office, Supt. of Railway Mail Serv., 6th Div.,
Chicago (111.), 1881-90; U. S. Post Office In-
spector in the Field, Chicago Div., 1891;
Chief Clerk in office. Post Office Inspector,
New Orleans Div., 1892; began practicing
law in Chicago (111.), 1893; began teaching
law in the Kent Coll. of Law and m subse-
quent years in the Chicago-Kent Coll. of
Law, Chicago Bus. Law Sch., Western Coll.
of Law, Walton Sch. of Commerce, Armour
Inst, of Tech.; is now on the faculty, of the
LaSalle Extension U. (corr. sch.), Chicago
(111.); was dir. and officer in many corpora-
tions, among them being the Northern Liqui-
dation Co., Colonial Land Co., Realty Realiza-
tion Co.

Publications: Ewell On Fixtures (2nd ed.,
Callaghan & Co.), 1905; Childs On Suretyship
and Guaranty (West Pub. Co.), 1907; Childs
On Personal Property (Call. & Co.), 1914;
Walton Series, Elementary Law; Contracts
(Walton School of Com.), 1916; Sales, Nego-
tiable Instruments, 1917; Property, Real and
Personal, 1920; Unfair Competition, 1920;
Where and How to Find the Law, 1923; Ele-
ments of Business Law. 1930: also, the fol-
lowing lectures: "Personal Property and Bail-
ments", 1911, "Negotiable Instruments",
1912, etc.
Religion: Agnostic.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Motoring, motion pictures.
Home Address: 15218 Friends St., Pacific
Palisades, Calif.

CHOUINARD. Nelbert Murphy

Director, Chouinard Art Institute.
Born: Montevidue (Minn.), d. of Ruth H.
(Lawrence) and Dr. Leo Murphy.
Education: Pratt Inst.; Minneapolis Art Sch.
Married: Horace A., s. of M. A. Chouinard,
in El Paso (Texas), April 15, 1916.
Prof. Record: Supervisor in Art: South Or-
ange (N. J.) and Minneapolis (Minn.); Instr.
in Art: Handcraft Guild Minneapolis (Minn.),
Batchelder Sch. of Design (Pasadena), Troop
Inst. (Pasadena), Troop Polytechnic Inst.
(Pasaedna), Otis Art Inst. (Los Angeles);
Founder and Dir., Chouinard Art Inst. (Los
Angeles), 1921-41; Lecturer on art, also,
motion pictures of European folk festivals.
Bus. Address: 741 So. Grandview Ave., So.
Pasadena, Calif.

Home Address: 1114 Garfield Ave., So. Pasa-
dena, Calif. *



CHRISTENSEN. Parley Parker. LL.B.

Lawyer. City Councilman.

Born: Weston (Idaho), 1869; s. of Sophia
(Metta) and Peter Christensen.

Education: Pub. sch. (Utah); Univ. of Utah;
Cornell Univ.

Degrees: LL.B., Cornell U., 1897.

Prof. Record: Planted corn, shocl<ed wheat,
brolve land with an ox-team, ran a self-
binder, taught sch.; Co. Supt. of Schs. (two
terms) Tooele Co. (Utah); City Atty., Grants-
ville (Utah); Secty., Utah Constitutional Con-
vention; Co. and Prosecuting Atty. (two
terms) Salt Lake Co. (Utah); Mem., Utah
State Legisalture and Speaicer of House; Del-
eg".te representing Board of Co. Com. of
Salt Lake Co. at First Irrigation Congress
at Cripple Creek (Colo.); Pres. Nominee, Nat.
Farmer Labor Party, 1920; vagabonded
around the World, 1921, 1922. 1923; drafted
for City Councilman in Los Angeles, 1935,
served one term, later another full term,
again City Councilman; Mem., LafoUette Pro-
gressive Party in 1924; State Chmn., Pro-
gressive Party of 111. ; nominated for U.S.
Senator in 111. State Primary as a Progres-
sive in 1926; taught Esperanto in Los An-
geles City Schools.

Memberships: Delta Chi (Cornell U.); Past
Grand Esquire; B.P.O. Elks; Past Grand
Master, Past Grand Patriarch and Past Grand
Representative to Sovereign Grand Lodge,
I.O.O.F.; Internacia Esperanta Ligo, London
(Eng.), Esperanta Assn. of No. Amer., L.A.
Esperanta Club; Mem., E.A.N. A., Washing-
ton (D.C.); Mem., E.A.L. de E., Hertz-Lon-
don (Eng.).

Beligion: Unitarian.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Adult education teaching Esper-
anto, and "How to Spend Your Leisure";
amateur diatetist; Lecturer, "How to be
Happy and in High Hopes at Hundred."
Bus. Address: City Hall, Los Angeles, Calif.
Hojne Address: Northern Hotel, 420 W. Sec-
ond St., Los Angeles, Calif.

CHRISTESON. Frances Mary. Ph.B.

Librarian, Doheny Memorial Library, Univ.
of So. Calif.

Born: Chicago (111.), Nov. 3, 1901; d. of
Bessie (Wherry) and Cornelius L. Christeson.

Education: Oak Park and River Forest Town-
ship High Schools; Univ. of Chicago.

Degrees: Ph.B., U. of Chicago, 1923; Certi-
ficate in Library Science, 1924, Western Re-
serve U.

Prof. Record: Senior Asst., Cleveland Public
Libr., 1924-29; Head, Reference Dept., Libr.,
U. of So. Calif., 1929—.

Publications: Tony and His Pals (Albert
Whitman), 1934; Wild Animal Actors (Albert
Whitman), 1935; Guide to the Literature of
the Motion Picture (U. of So. Calif. Press),
1938; Contributor to Educational Screen,
Movie Makers and other visual education

Memberships: Amateur Cinema League; mem-
ber of a number of professional organizations.
Religion: Congregational.
PoZitics: Republican.

Recreations: Making non- theatrical films.
Bus. Address: Doheny Memorial Library,

Univ. of Southern California, Los Angeles,

Home Address: 430 So. Commonwealth Ave.,
Los Angeles, Calif. •

CHRISTIANSON. Helen M.. Ph.B., M.A.,

Supervisor of Nursery School Training, Univ.
of Calif., Los Angeles.

Born: Ashton (S. D.), Sept. 9, 1891; d. of
Laura (Salisbury) and Nels Christiansen.
Education: Pub. schs.. Cedar Falls (Iowa);
Iowa State Teachers Coll.; Univ. of Chicago;
Columbia Univ.

Degrees: Ph.B., U. of Chicago, 1918; M.A.,
1923, and Ph.D., 1937, Columbia U.

Prof. Record: Taught in pub. schs. four yrs.;
subsequently taught students specializing in
kindergarten-primary edn. in the following
schs. : Northeast Mo. State Teachers Coll.,
1918-19, Southwest Tex. State Normal Coll.,
1919-22, U. of Calif., Los Angeles, 1923-26;
entered on grad. study in Child Development
and Nursery Edn., then returned to Calif, to
start the first nursery schs. in San Francisco
under the auspices of the Golden Gate Kinder-
garten Assn., and taught part-time at San
Francisco State Coll., 1927-31; was Nursery
Sch. Dir. and Ednl. Adviser, Manhattanville
Nursery (New York City), 1932-35; State
Supr. of federal nursery schs., WPA for
Pa., 1935-36; Instr. in Psychology and Edn.,
State Teachers Coll., Willimantic (Conn.),
1936-37; at U. of Calif., Los Angeles since
Sept., 1937; now in the capacity of Lecturer
in Edn. and Supr. of Nursery Sch. Training.
Prof. Affiliations: Pacific Coast Assn. for
Nursery Edn., So. Section; Nat. Assn. for
Nursery Edn. ; Assn. for Childhood Edn.
Publications: Music and the Young Child
(pamphlet pub. by Assn. for Childhood Edn.),
1936; Bodily Rythmic Movements of Young
Children In Relation to Rythm, In Music (Bur.
of Publications, Teachers Coll., Coliunbia
Univ.), 1938.

Memberships: Kappa Delta PI, Pi Lambda

Theta, Delta Kappa Gamma (all hon.).

Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Music, reading, camping, and


Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 4403 Victoria Park Dr., Los
Angeles, Calif. •

CHURCH. Archibald. M.D., Sc.D.
Physician (retired).

Born: Fond du Lac (Wis.), March 23, 1861;
s. of Susan (Pearse) and Geo. W. Church.
Education: Univ. of Wis.

Degrees: M.D., Coll. of Phys. and Surgeons
(Chicago), 1884; Sc.D., Northwestern U.,

Married: Margaret Mitchell, d. of Anderson
Finch, in Maysville (Ky.), Nov. 28, 1894;
ch. : one son.

Prof. Record: Asst. Med. Supt., No. 111.
Hosp. for Insane, 1884-88, in Chicago, 1889-
31; Head of Dept. Nervous and Mental Dis-
eases, Northwestern U. Med. Sch. 39 years;
Attending Neurologist, St. Lukes, Mercy,
(Wesely) and St. Elizabeths Hospitals (Chi-
cago) ; Consulting Specialist, U.S. Health
Dept. and Veterans Bur. (Chicago), 1919-22.



Publications: Textbook, Nervous and Mental
Diseases (W. B. Saunders), 1899-1919 (nine

Memberships: Univ. Club (Cliicago) ; numer-
ous med. societies.
Politics: Independent.
Recreations: Golf and motoring.
Home Address: 1700 La Vista PI., Pasadena,

CHURCH. Calvin Grant. B.S., M.S.
Asso. Ciiemist, Bur. of Agricultural Chemistry
and Engineering, U.S. Dept. of Agr.
Born: Charles City (Iowa), Aug. 9, 1879;
s. of Ellen (Durkee) and William Henry

Education: Pub. schs. (Washington, D.C.,
Maryland and Iowa); Univ. of Md.; George
Washington Univ. ; Johns Hopkins Univ.
Degrees: B.S., U. of Md., 1900; M.S., George
Wash. U., 1902.

Married: Pearl Sidney, d. of John Grant
Craig, in Baltimore (Md.), May 6, 1907;
ch.: Jean Elizabeth, and Ellen May Youngs.
Prof. Record: Has never been in business,
entire career since leaving coll. has been
spent in scientific work.

Publications: Number of scientific publica-
tions as U. S. Dept. of Agr., circulars and
bulletins in scientific journals and certain
trade journals.

Memberships: Fellow of Amer. Assn. for
Advancement of Science, Amer. Chemical
Soc, Inst, of Food Technologists.
Recreations: Reading, automobiling, garden-

Bus. Address: 148 So. Mission Rd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 5256 Oakland St., Los An-
geles, Calif. *

CHURCH. Lincoln Sheridan

Judge of the Superior Court of the State of

Born: Alvarado (Calif.), May 12, 1865; s.
of Eleanor (Cronkhite) and Augustus M.

Education: Common sch. education, Oakland

Married: Rosalia, d. of Marion Clark, in
Oakland (Calif.), June 17, 1891; ch.: Esther
R. Porter.

Prof. Record: Admitted to the practice of
law by the Supreme Court of Calif, in Aug.,
1886; practiced law, 1886-89; appointed Pros-
ecuting Atty., of the Police Court of the
City of Oakland (and served for four years),
1889; Chief Deputy Dist. Atty. of Alameda
Co., 1893-99; Asso. with Chas. E. Snook
(dec.) in the practice of law in Oakland
(Calif.), 1899-1919; elected Judge of the
Superior Court of Alameda Co., 1918; re-
elected in 1924, 1930, and 1936.
Directorships: Dir. and Vice-Pres. of Calif.
Crematorium Columbarium, Oakland (Calif.) ;
Trustee of Aolines Temple of the Shrine.
Memberships: Live Oak Masonic Lodge, Scot-
tish Rite Bodies (32°), Moose, Native Sons

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