NEGenWeb Project - Lancaster County
Who's Who in Nebraska, 1940


in Nebraska


s of George F Lessenhop-Susan Wagner; ed Lincoln HS; U of N; Pi Kappa Phi; m Dorothy Woodrow Aug 18, 1934 Lincoln; 1922- treas Lessenhop & Son, whol industrial supply bus, Lincoln, co founded in 1912 by father; during World War in SATC, mustered out Dec 1918; Amer Leg post 3; C of C; worked on YMCA membership drive; dir Comm Chest; St Paul Meth Ch, steward; hobby, baseball; off 735 O; res 1247 C, Lincoln.

   LEWIS, JAMES C: Recreation Superintendent; b Lincoln Co, Neb Dec 1, 1897; s of Wesley W Lewis-Lillian Elder; ed Havelock; U of N, BSc. Theta Chi; N Club; lettered in cross country & track 1924-26, capt cross country 1926; m Katharine McDonald June 4, 1927 Lincoln; s Elton W; d Shirley L; 1916-22 machinist appr CB&Q RR; 1926-32 asst dir of athletics, U of N; 1932- supt of recreation, city of Lincoln; during World War in med detachment 120th inf O/S 1918-19; Amer Leg; VFW; C of C; Soc of Recreation Workers of Amer; Co-operative Club; AF&AM; hobbles, drawing, painting; off City Hall; res 1929 S 23rd, Lincoln.

   LEWIS, MRS SUSAN CHOATE: Dean of Women; b Brookville, Penn July 16, 1886; d of George Van Vliet-Mary Tenney Parker; ed Brookville Penn; Cross Training Sch, N Y; Pittsburgh & Allegheny Coll; Alpha Gamma Delta; m Edward Rust Lewis Nov 25, 1912 New York City, (dec 1935); s Edward Van Vliet; d Ruth Caroline, Mary Parker; 1938- dean of women, Neb Wes; has toured Europe; past editor Alpha Gamma Delta periodical; NSTA; Natl Assn of Deans of Women; PEO; First Meth Ch; hobbies, collecting brass pieces, etchings; off Neb Wes Library Bldg; res 5019 Walker, Lincoln.

   LIEBERS, FRED AUGUST: Farmer & Stockman; b Kearney Co, Neb Jan 26, 1894; s of August C Liebers-Anna W Kohler; ed Minden HS; Neb Sch of Agr, Curtis; U of N Coll of Agr 1915-17, pres sophomore class; Alpha Gamma Rho; pres YMCA; pres literary soc; major of batt & later lt col ROTC; pres United Agrl Soc 1917, pres Kearney Co Club 1917; mbr Agrl Club; m Winifred M Randall June 29, 1919 Lancaster Co; s Wayne Randall; 1919-28 farmer & stockman, Kearney Co; 1928- farmer & stockman, Lancaster Co, 31/2 miles NW of Bennet; during World War enl Oct 5, 1917 Minden, Camp Funston Kas, OTC assigned to Co F 314th motor supply train 89th div, O/S with MTD June 27, 1918-May 20, 1919 in Lucey, St Mihiel, Enzines, Meuse-Argonne engagements; with army of occupation in Germany until May 20, 1919, disch as sgt June 12, 1919 Camp Dodge Ia; past comm Amer Leg post 280 3 years; past comm Lancaster Co Amer Leg 2 years; past comm 2 years 12th dist Amer Leg comprising Seward, Lancaster, Cass & Otoe Cos, past mbr state exec com; breeder of high grade Holstein cattle since 1921; 1938 herd tested 2nd highest in state in butter fat; 1935 recd silver plaque for 5 years high production; org, past secy & dir Farmers Co-op Creamery Co, Minden; past mbr Bennet sch bd 7 years; pres Bennet comm Club 1930-31; org, past secy & treas Horse Club; AF&AM 19, Bennet Comm Ch, chmn of bd since 1931; res RFD 1, Bennet.

   LOCKE, ROLAND A: Attorney; b North Platte, Neb July 30, 1903; s of Austin M Locke-Mable Yates; ed North Platte HS; U of N, LLB 1927; Phi Gamma Delta; Innocents; capt track team 1925-26, lettered in football 1923-25, lettered in baseball 1923, estab world's record in 220 yard dash 1926; track runner New York Athletic Club, New York 1927-28, went with New York Athletic Club track team to Europe; 1929- prac law, assoc with Chambers, Holland & Locke, Lincoln; Lincoln & Neb St Bar Assns; C of C; hobbies, photography, golf; off 850 Stuart Bldg; res 1826 D, Lincoln.

   LODER, JAMES EDWIN: High School Principal; b Waverly, Neb Mar 28, 1905; s of William Loder-Alice Snyder; ed Waverly HS; Neb Wes, BA 1926; mbr Physics, Chemistry, Biology & W Clubs 1925-26; pres Glee Club 1925-26; pres Coll Coun; 1924-26 lettered in basketball & football; played trumpet in band; Crescent, pres 1925-26; pres Blue Key 1925-26: pres 1935-37 & V-P 1933-35 Phi Delta Kappa; Psi Chi; m Frances Elizabeth Goodhue Dec 21, 1930 Lincoln; s James Edwin Jr; 1926-27 tchr Oakland HS; 1927-28 tchr Bethany Jr & Sr HS; 1928-29 tchr Whittier Jr HS; 1929-32 helped org Scottsbluff Jr Coll, also dean; 1932- prin Havelock HS; masters thesis Biological Contents of Educational Psychology Textbooks, pub in Ednl Research Record; doctor's thesis A Study of Aural Learning with & without the Speakers Present, in Journal of Experimental Education 1937; 1931 article Creative Commencements & 1933 article Toward Internal Friendliness in NSTA Journal; 1932- mgr 2 farms near Waverly; Rotary, dir 1938, pres 1939; Havelock Lions; Inter Juvenile Delinquency Club; Inter-Suburban Club com; Assn of Supts & Prins of Neb; Neb Schoolmasters Club, mbr since 1932; NEA, dept of secondary sch prins; 1926- NSTA; Amer Assn School Administrators; pres Lincoln Sch Forum 1934; treas Lincoln Tchrs Assn 1933; Meth Ch; Dem; hobby, athletics; off Havelock HS; res 6412 Ballard, Lincoln.

   LOEFFEL, WILLIAM J: Professor Animal Husbandry; b St Louis, Mo Aug 31, 1894; s of William C Loeffel-Ida L Schoenthaler; ed McKinley HS, St Louis Mo; U of Mo, BSc 1917; U of N, MSc 1929; Farm House; Gamma Sigma Delta; m Hazel J Baer Aug 12, 1919 Beaver City; s William C Jr, Edwin J, Frank A; 1917-18 scientific asst bur of animal industry USDA; 1919- prof of animal husbandry, U of N Coll of Agr; 1934 with NERA for 6 mos, in chg of slaughtering & canning drouth cattle, supvr bur of meat processing; contributor numerous animal husbandry articles, bulletins & circulars; past natl pres Amer Soc of Animal Production; C of C; AF&AM 54, Scot Rite; Meth Ch; off U of N Animal Husbandry Hall; res 1401 N 41st, Lincoln.

   LONG, ERNEST H: President PublishIng Co; b Dayton, O Sept 27, 1888; s of Joseph Long-Sarah Gordon; ed Dayton HS 1905; 1904-05 capt footballball (sic) & baseball teams; m Ina H Tillman Mar 3, 1906 Cincinnati O; s Ernest Gordon; d Mary Evyln (Mrs A D Meyers), Ruth Elizabeth (Mrs Harold Zieg); 1905-14 emp by College Book Co, Columbus O; 1914-37 estab & opr Longs College Book Store, Lincoln; 1937- pres Bendix Publishing Corp & E H Long, Book Buyer; 1927-35 Long Shore Acres, Vining Minn, summer camp; C of C; AF&AM 19; hobbies, fishing, hunting, reading; off 402 Liberty Theater Bldg; res 1127 R, Lincoln.

   LOPER, RUBY M: Assistant Engineer; b Lincoln, Neb; d of A L Loper-Martha Ellen Young; ed Lincoln HS; U of N, BSc in architecture 1940; 1923-24 draftsman agrl engineering, U of N; 1924-33 chief draftsman agrl extn, U of N; 1933- asst extn agrl engr, U of N; author: Space Requirements & Storage Capacities for Neb Farm Structures; Extension Circular 714; Summer Shelter for Putlets; Adequate Wiring for the Farm Home; ASAE, natl chmn of com on farm housing standards & design chmn natl com on electric light in the farm home, mbr com on farm fire prevention & protection; hobby, gardening; off U of N, Agricultural Engineering Bldg; res 3801 Apple, Lincoln.

   LOVE, DON LATHROP: Retired; b Janesville, Wis Mar 7, 1863; s of Horace Love-Gratia Ashton; ed Baptist U, Des Moines Ia; U of Ia BA 1886; Delta Tau Delta; m Julia Larrabee Aug 20, 1890 Clermont Ia; 1886 sch tchr, Garner Ia, 1887 prin, also studied law; 1887 adm to Kas bar, prac law, Garden City; 1888-1919 adm to Neb bar, prac law, Lincoln; 1909-11 & 1929-31 mayor of Lincoln; 1913 one of orgs & V-P Lincoln State Bank, later Lincoln Natl Bank & Trust Co; 1919-20 del at large natl Rep conv in Chicago; 1919 one of orgs Lincoln -Joint Stock Land Bank; 1919-29 one of orgs & pres Lincoln Liberty Life Ins Co; 1907-11 mbr Lincoln sch bd, pres 2 years; pres 1915 Neb St Hist Soc; 1914- mbr bd of dirs Neb Art Assn, pres 1918-20; Lancaster Co & Neb St Bar Assns; during World War chmn Lincoln draft bd 2, active in fund drives; life mbr C of C; Candlelight Club; Laymans Club; Lincoln Country Club; Uni Club; The Club; AF&AM, Scot Rite, 32o; Unitarian Ch; hobby, fishing; off Barkley Bldg; res 1953 B, Lincoln.

   LOVELAND, GRACE: Physician; b Lincoln, Neb; d of George A Loveland-Lillie Steel; ed Lincoln HS 1923; Wellesley Coll, BA 1927; U of Rochester N Y, MD 1931; 1931-32 New England Hosp for women & children, Boston Mass; 1932-34 priv med prac, Lincoln; 1934 Chicago Lying in Hosp; 1934- priv med prac, Lincoln; mbr staff Lincoln Gen & Bryan Memorial Hosps; 1934- in chg of city prenatal clinic, Lincoln; Lancaster Co Med Soc; Neb St & AMA; Lincoln Assn of Women Doctors; Altrusa; AAUW; First Plymouth Congl Ch; hobby, horses; off 1108 Sharp Bldg; res 3501 Mohawk, Lincoln.

   LOWE, CLARENCE G: Professor of Classics; b Columbus, Ind May 30. 1897; s of Edward F Lowe-Matilde Pfeifer; ed Columbus Ind HS; Franklin Ind Coll, BA 1919; U of Ill, MA



Who's Who

1921, PhD 1925; m Clotilda Rose Pelkus Aug 15, 1926 St Louis Mo; d Judith, Priscilla; 1924-25 Instr, Yale; 1925-27 asst prof of Latin, Washington U; 1927-28 assoc prof & acting chmn dept of classics, U of N, 1928-31 prof & chmn; 1931-37 libarian of the Amer Sch of Classical Studies, Athens Greece; 1937- prof & chmn dept of classics, U of N; Amer Philological Assn; Archeological Inst of Amer; Mediaeval Acad of Amer; Classical Assn of Middle West & South; Amer Interprofessional Inst; Evang Luth Ch; res 1830 F, Lincoln.

   LUCKEY, HENRY CARL: Ex-Congressman; b East St Louis, Ill Nov 22, 1868; s of Frederick Luckey-Louise Kruchhoeffer; ed Columbus HS, valedictorian sr class 1890; U of N, BA 1911, LLB 1912, MA 1914; grad work in govt & economics at Columbia U 1914-15; m Hattie Caroline Franke Oct 7, 1893 Columbus; d Anna Louise (Mrs Charles E Paul), Helen Marguerite (Mrs Kaho Daily): 1873 came to Neb with parents, herded cattle, assisted father on farm, att rural sch during winter mos; 1891-93 tchr, Colfax Co; 1893- 1900 farmed in Platte Co; 1894-1939 owner farm int, farm mgr; 1890 moved to Lincoln, att U of N while managing farm interests; 1915-34 realtor & builder; 1935-39 mbr 74th & 75th congresses; while in congress, sponsored & obtained ntwe fed P O buildings in Seward, Auburn, Tecumseh & Pawnee City; sponsored Freeman Homestead Bill under which the Freeman Hometead (sic) at Beatrice became natl park, under supervision of the natl parks div; author of act creating the Great Plains Forest Experiment Station, sponsored legislation thru congress & dept of interior under which two bridges spanning Missouri River at Brownville & Rulo were built; sponsored farm legislation & was author of several bills to promote more practical farm program; mbr of P O post roads committee, secured appropriation of $850,000 for addition of new wing to Lincoln P O; while in real est bus platted & developed several additions south of agrl coll, Lincoln & several additions in city; actively sponsored consolidation of suburbs with greater Lincoln; 1926 toured Europe, 1937 visited Sweden, Denmark, Germany, Switzerland, & France, visited Amer consuls & ambassadors to obtain first-hind information on European conditions; former raiser of purebred cattle & hogs, many years exhibitor of livestock at Neb St Fair, Lincoln; never candidate for office until 1934 when elec to US congress carrying every county of first congl dist, re-elec 1936; C of C; Lions; Luth Ch; hobby, books; parents moved to Columbus 1873, Neb pioneers; res & off 4013 Holdrege, Lincoln.

   LUDLAM, J GUTHRIE: Secretary Board of Education; b Springfield, Ill Dec 9, 1875; s of Jeremiah J Ludlam-Laurenna J White; ed Stanford Ill; M Lena C Dietrich Feb 5, 1898 Lincoln; s Julius G, Earl; d Mabel L (Mrs William D Lamb), Helen D (Mrs William Warren Crawford); 1893 guide & guard, World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago; 1894-99 tchr 2 years Lancaster Co & 3 years Hallam schs; 1899-1900 sch tchr, Cortland; 1900-07 PO clk, Lincoln, later chief distributor incoming mail, supt of delivery; 1908-16 asst P M; 1916- secy bd of edn, Lincoln; Natl Assn of Public Sch Bus Ofcls; AF&AM 191, past master; Scot Rite past master & jr warden; past comm R&SM 2; KCCH; past patron OES 8; St Paul Meth Ch, steward, past purchasing agt 8 years; Rep; off 200 S 15th, res 1835 G, Lincoln.

   LUDWICK, PAUL GLADSTONE: Dentist; b Greenville, O Sept 21, 1897; s of William E Ludwick-Minnie Meshinger; ed Seward HS 1915; U of N, DDS 1919; Internatl Sch of Orthodontia, Kansas City Mo, 1926; province secy Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Delta Sigma Delta; m Jeanette Miller Oct 15, 1919 Lincoln; s Robert, Thomas; 1919-26 dentist, Lincoln; 1926- orthodontist; during World War in SATC, U of N; past pres Lincoln Dist Dental Soc; Neb St Dental Assn; Amer Soc of Orthodontists; past pres Uni Club; Lincoln Country Club; active in Comm Chest; AF&AM 54; Westminster Presby Ch; Dem; hobby, outdoor sports; off 1019 Sharp Bldg; res 2915 Woodsdale Ave, Lincoln.

   LUEBS, AUGUST A: Educator; b Wood River, Neb Feb 28, 1889; s of Henry F Luebs-Anna Platt; ed Wood River; Lincoln HS; U of N, BSc 1915, MSc 1926; 1929 summer, Purdue; Acacia; Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; m Rachel Tautfest May 28, 1917 Lincoln; s Robert L, John Warren; 1913-14 pres students engineering soc; 1913-14 chmn student branch ASME; 1915-16 with Internatl Harvester Co, Crawford; 1916-18 supt Inter Mountain Railway Light & Power Co, Crawford; 1918-21 instr mechanical engineering, U of N, 1921-28 asst prof, 1928- assoc prof; 1925-27 author thesis "Oil Burners & Oil Combustion"; 1926-40 made specialized study of Equipment of Bldgs, including air conditioning; in Who's Who in Engineering; during World War 1918 SATC, Lincoln; past pres 1932 Cosmopolitan Club; 1933 pres Lincoln Engrs Club; 1934 pres Neb section ASME; SPEE; AAUP; Neb Acad of Science; St Paul Meth Ch; Rep; hobbies, hunting, photography; off U of N, Mechanical Engineering Hall, res 3265 Q, Lincoln.

   LUFF, EARL THOMAS: General Manager Steel Works; b Palmyra, Neb Jan 8, 1906; s of Thomas E Luff-Maude Arnold; ed Palmyra HS 1923; U of N, BSc 1928; Theta Xi, regional dir grand lodge; wrestling 1925, 1927, capt 1928; N Club; m Florence Flodeen Jan 19, 1929 Lincoln; s Lyall; d Earlene; 1928-29 in engineering dept Cudahy Packing Co, Omaha; 1929-31 in engineering dept, Concrete Engineering Co, Omaha; 1931-33 dept mgr Lincoln Steel Works, 1933-35 gen sales mgr, 1935- gen mgr; past dir Lincoln Builders Bur, VP; ASCE student branch, past pres; Assoc Industries of Neb; Amer Inst Steel Construction; Rotary; C of C; Lincoln Breakfast Club; AF&AM 54; Congl Ch; Rep; hobby, outdoor sports; off 315 West O; res 1505 A, Lincoln.

   LUGN, ALVIN LEONARD: Professor of Geology; b Mediapolis, Ia Nov 22, 1895; s of Victor R Lugn-Ellen A Bergsten; ed Parsons Coll Acad, Fairfield Ia 1913; Augustana Coll, Rock Island Ill, BA 1916; Columbia U: U of Ia, MSc 1925, PhD 1927; Sigma Xi; m Ruby Paulene Bloomberg June 29, 1921 Mediapolis Ia; s Alvin Jr, Richard Victor; 1916-17 instr in science, Upsala Coll, East Orange N J; 1919 HS tchr Dollar Bay Mich; 1919-23 prof of chemistry & physics, Lenoir-Rhyne Coll, Hickory N C: 1923-26 grad asst in dept of geology, U of Ia, Iowa City; 1924-26 geologist, Ia Geological Survey; 1926-27 prof of geology & biology, Midland Coll, Fremont; 1927- with U of N dept of geology, 1927-28 instr, 1928-34 asst prof, 1934-38 assoc prof, 1938- prof: consulting geologist for various corporations; 1928- geologist, Neb Geological Survey; author of 5 books, Geology of Lucas Co Ia, Sedimentation in Mississippi River, Deep Wells of Neb with G E Condra & E F Schramm; Pleistocene Geology of Neb; Geology & Ground-Water Resources of South Central Neb & Tertiary System in Neb in preparation: author 30 geological articles; during World War chief machinist mate in experiment station Annapolis Md, special chemical duty; Amer Leg; fellow Geological Soc of Amer; fellow AAAS; fellow Ia Acad of Sciences; past pres Neb Acad of Sciences: Amer Assn of Petroleum Geologists; Soc of Economics, Paleontologists & Mineralogists; Luth Ch; hobby, photography; off U of N, Morrill Hall; res 1800 S 24th, Lincoln.

   LUIKART, EDWIN H: Judicial Receiver; b Galesburg, Ill Dec 19, 1876; s of Gottlieb August Luikart-Anna Marie Kistler; ed Tilden HS; Western Normal Coll, Lincoln 1896; m Nelle Hayes Aug 8, 1935 Lincoln;. s Gordon A; d Marion H; 1896-98 asst cash Tilden State Bank; 1898-1900 Neb st bank examiner under P L Hall, Lincoln; 1900-08 cash Battle Creek Valley Bank; 1908-18 exec VP Lion Bonding & Surety Co, Omaha; 1918-27 in chg of 3 banks & 2000 A irrigated land, Riverton Wyo; 1927-30 exec V-P Lincoln Natl Bank & Trust Co; 1931-35 Neb st supt of banks, Lincoln; 1935 judicial receiver for approximately 100 Neb banks; during Sp-Amer War 1898 capt in 2nd & 3rd Neb brigade commissary; during World War 1914, dollar-a-year-man in Berlin Germany under Ambassador Girard as asst secy on passports to facilitate evacuation of Americans from Germany & handled $3,000,000 distress loans to Amer citizens; AF&AM, Scot Rite, Shrine; Episc Ch; hobbies, 1st edition library fishing; off 132 S 13th; res 1644 Otoe, Lincoln.

   LUKE, WILLIAM ALBERT: Retired; b Swan, Ia Apr 11, 1885; s of John Wister Luke-Anna Elizabeth Emery; ed Holdrege; Crawford HS; Chadron Acad 1906; Doane Coll, BA 1911; hon letter in athletics, all Neb capt 1910-11; grad work U of N & U of Chicago; Alpha Omega; Alpha Sigma Phi; m Hester Lura Thorpe Jan 12, 1912 Lincoln; s William, John; d Katherine (Mrs Charles Howard), Jean, Virginia (dec); 1902-38 active in YMCA; 1902-05 lay committeeman Chadron Acad; 1905-06 asst secy RR YMCA Chadron, 1906-07 comm secy Crete, 1907-09 coll YMCA secy, Doane, 1909-10 coll field secy, Neb St YMCA, 1910 asst gen secy Lincoln, 1911-Feb 1, 1938 gen secy Lincoln; during administration central bIdg financed


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& completed, Hi-Y branch built, permanent boy's camp, Camp Strader added; July 1936 enroute to Estes Park YMCA conf injured in accident on train, 18 mos later placed on disability retirement; during World War in HG, assigned to general dept YMCA work, exec hdqrs Chicago, instrumental in org YMCA at many army posts & cantonments in central states, near close of war detailed to YMCA service O/S, death of daughter, Virginia, delayed sailing, Armistice declared meanwhile; 1913-18 dir Estes Park; mbr constitutional conv YMCAs of US & Canada, Cleveland 1923; 1926, 1928 & 1930 natl committeeman YMCAs of HS in Chicago; 1922-29 mbr Estes Park summer sch natl YMCA faculty; 1930 united summer schs of west region Natl YMCA Assn; 1929-30 Natl Physical Edn Com of US; 1930-31 natl YMCA church counciling commission of US: 1936-38 West Area Coun of YMCA's; editor Red Triangle, Rotary Propellor 1926-27 & author many articles; ARC; past dir Welfare Soc; mbr exec com Coun of Social Agencies; C of C; Rotary org & past mbr exec com Comm Chest; IOOF; AF&AM; Candlelight Club; Lincoln Symphony Orchestra Assn; hon mbr Central Labor Union; past bd mbr Labor Temple; mbr Lincoln Ministerial Assn, secy 1924; awarded hon class C certificate, Neb Territorial Pioneers Assn in recognition for having accompanied group of settlers in attack against Indians at age 11; met Chief Red Cloud at Chadron pow-wow 1896; Nebraska Soc; Neb St Hist Soc; First Plymouth Congl Ch; Rep; hobbies, trout fishing, study of history, soc & political developments; father ranched in NW Neb many years, pioneer RR man, English & German descent; Mrs Luke b in S D, of English-Canadian ancestry, was dramatic art instr Doane; res 2105 S 50th, Lincoln & Los Angeles, Cal.

   LUNDEEN, EARNEST WARREN: Teacher & Writer; b Keene, Neb June 14, 1894; s of Alfred W Lundeen-Anna Sophie Jorgensen; ed Keene, Minden HS; U of N, BA 1919, grad work, 1920-22; U of Ill Library Sch 1926; U of Chicago Library Sch 1929-30; Pi Gamma Mu; Alpha Phi Gamma; m Ethel Lewis Jan 27, 1934 Lincoln; 1912-14 tchr, Kearney Co; 1919-20 tchr Columbus HS; 1922-33 librarian and instr in social science & journalism, Cotner Coll; 1917 editor "N" book and university directory; 1919-29 supt of Christian Citizenship, Nebraska Christian Endeavor Union; 1924-25 VP Lancaster Co SS Assn; 1925-27 org & chmn library section, Neb Assn of Church Colls; contributor to Dictionary of Amer Biography; contributor of articles to Neb Ednl Journal, Nebraska's Own Magazine, Front Rank, Scholastic Editor, Banta's Greek Exchange; during World War in US army, priv Co C 23rd machine gun batt, 8th div tsfrd to corp div batt, 8th div, instr in English under camp ednI dir, Camp Fremont, Cal; Amer Leg; Nebraska Writers Guild; ch mbr Amer Interprofessional Inst; ch mbr ALA; NS & D of Neb; fellow, Campbell Inst; father was native of Sweden, Kearney Co pioneer; mother was first native-born Nebraskan to whom a marriage license was issued in Kearney Co; res 1443 D, Lincoln.

   LUX, ELTON: State Extension Agent; b Chapman, Neb Sept 4, 1900; s of Clarence B Lux-Mary Hansen ed Wood River HS 1918; U of N, BSc 1923; Farm House; m Augusta Thaden June 24, 1925 Lincoln; s Ronald, Stanley, John, Kenneth; d Carolyn; 1923- extn agt, U of N dept of agr; supvr co agts, ednl work with farmers & business men, distributor farm materials, news & radio programs: contributor information on good farming prac; works with state com on administration of AAA, active in 4-H work; BSA work; First Meth Ch; hobbies, gardening & flowers; off U of N, Agricultural Hall; res 5204 Colby, Lincoln.

   LUX, GLADYS MARIE: Art Teacher; b Chapman, Neb; d of Clarence B Lux-Hannah Hansen; ed Wood River HS; U of N, BFA 1925, BA 1933, MA 1935; Phi Kappa Phi; Alpha Rho Tau: Kappa Phi; Phi Beta Kappa; painter, lecturer, tchr, Neb Wes, head of art dept; Lincoln chmn for observation of Natl Art Week 1937-40; exhibitor 3 natl shows at Rockefeller Center, N Y World's Fair, Joslyn Memorial, Omaha, Kansas City Art Inst, Wichita Art Museum, Chapel House, Denver, Lincoln Artists Guild & Neb Art Assn annual shows awarded blue card of superior rating Spearfish Art Center 1937; solo exhibits Peru, Chadron, Crete, Hastings, Lincoln & Lubbock Tex; leading paintings Good Faith, Dawn of A New Day, Inflation & End of a Day; 1936 & 1937 pres Lincoln Artists Guild, chmn exhibition com 1938- 40, org & dir Neb Exhibitions 1937, 1938 & 1939, editor bulletins 1937- 40; mbr Neb Art Tchrs Assn; in Who's Who in Art, & Leading Women in Amer; Meth Ch; hobbies, historical buttons, dolls, paper weights & history; res 5203 Garland, Lincoln.

   LYMAN, RUFUS ASHLEY: University Professor & Dean; b Table Rock, Neb Apr 17, 1876; s of William Graves Lyman-Sophie Lee Allen; ed Table Rock HS 1892; U of N, BA 1897, MA 1899, MD 1903; Sigma XI; Phi Delta Chi; Omega Beta Pi; Delta Sigma Phi; Rho Chi; m Caroline Day July 1, 1899 Lincoln; s Rufus Ashley, Edwin Day; d Esther, Caroline, Elizabeth, Louise; 1904-08 prof of pharmacology, U of N, Coll of Med; 1908- org & dean of Coll of Pharm, U of N; in chg of unit of SATC 1918; AAAS; Neb St & Amer Med Assns; Neb & Amer Pharm Assns; Amer Coll of Pharm; Amer Assns Sch Phys; Amer Pub Health Assns; Amer Student Health Assn; Amer Coun on Edn, vice- chmn 1928, mbr commonwealth fund com, making study of pharm edn & prac for natl application, 1929-30; founder & editor Amer Journ of Pharm Edn 1937; Presby Ch; Rep; hobby, publication of pharm journal; off U of N, College of Pharmacy; res 1649 S 21st, Lincoln.

   McADAMS, CHARLES F: Dentist; b Peru, Neb Dec 9, 1889; s of Otis F McAdams-Florence N McNown; ed PSTC 1909; U of N, DDS 1922; Xi Psi Phi; m Florence B Schnell July 7, 1915 Lincoln; d Mildred Marvel; 1909-10 tchr & HS prin, Gothenburg; 1910-18 tchr, HS prin & supt of schs, Maywood; 1922- dentist, Lincoln; dental staff surg Neb St Orthopedic Hosp; Lincoln Dist Dental Soc, pres 1932; Neb St Dental Assn, chmn clinic com; ADA; Davis Dental Study Club; AF&AM, Curtis; Yellow Dogs; First Plymouth Congl Ch, past deacon; off 940 Stuart Bldg; res 5743 Huntington, Lincoln.

   McARTHUR, JOHN: Attorney; b Broken Bow, Neb Feb 3, 1910; s of Dr A J McArthur-Mable V Mills; ed Broken Bow HS 1928; U of N, LLB 1935; m Ruby G Shafer June 20, 1934 Council Bluffs Ia; s Frank T; d Suzanne R; 1930-31 sch tchr Round Valley, near Broken Bow; 1935- prac law, ptr of William L Walker, Lincoln; Lincoln Barristers Club; Neb St Bar Assn; pres Lancaster Co Y R Club; hobby, reading; off 742 Stuart Bldg; res 2335 St Marys Ave, Lincoln.

   McBRIDE, GREGG J: Sports Writer; b Stella, Neb Nov 9, 1898; s of James G McBride-Alberta Jennings; ed University Place HS; Neb Wes, BA 1920; U of N, 1923: Phi Sigma Kappa; Sigma Delta Chi; Phi Delta Phi; Crescent; m Evelyn Leach June 1927 Hendley; 1918-19 editorial writer, Lincoln Journal; 1919-20 free lance writer; 1920-38 sports writer, Lincoln Star & Omaha World-Herald; 1938- sports writer, Omaha World-Herald; during World War 1918 in SATC, OTC Camp Grant Ill; Amer Leg post 3; AF&AM 227; BPOE 80; St Paul Meth Ch; Indep; hobby, travel; off 122 N 14th; res 1315 K, Lincoln.

   McCARTHY, STEPHEN ANTHONY: Assistant Director of Libraries; b Eden Valley, Minn Oct 7, 1908; s of Stephen Joseph McCarthy-Mary Agnes Graham; ed parochial sch, Eden Valley Minn; St Thomas Mil Acad, St Paul Minn 1925; St Thomas Coll 1925-28; Gonzaga U, Spokane Wash, BA 1929, MA 1930; McGill U lib sch Montreal Canada, BLS 1932; U of Chicago Grad Lib Sch 1935-37; m Mary Louise Wedemeyer Aug 27, 1936 Ann Arbor Mich; s Stephen Graham; 1929-31 tchr Gonzaga HS, Spokane Wash; 1933-34 asst librarian St John's U, Collegeville Minn; 1934-35 reference asst for Hearst newspapers, Chicago; 1935-37 librarian, Northwestern U Lib, Chicago; 1937- asst dir of libraries, U of N; pres Neb Lib Assn; Lincoln ch ALA; Cath Ch; Dem; hobbies, motoring, reading; father's ancestors came from Ireland to Quebec 1880, homesteaded in Minn; maternal family English & Scotch, grandfather, Robert Graham, Union Civil War veteran, helped build Canadian Pacific RD; off 105 Library Hall, U of N; res 2418 B, Lincoln.

   McCARTHY, TIMOTHY FRANCIS: Surgeon; b Monona, Ia May 19, 1881; s of Francis McCarthy-Hanora Drew; ed Friend HS 1900; PSTC; Ia St Tchrs Coll, Cedar Rapids Ia; Creighton U, BA 1908, MD 1910; studied in Dr Coffey's Clinic, Portland Ore & also at Vancouver, British Columbia, Gen Hosp; Phi Beta Pi; m Barbara Curry 1920 Lincoln; 1908-10 interne Mercy Hosp, Council Bluffs Ia; 1910 prac med, Alma; 1910- prac med, Lincoln; 1935 given degree by Internatl Coll of Surgs, Geneva; chief surg & chief of staff St Elizabeth's Hosp, Lincoln since 1934, mbr exec com; author articles for medical periodicals; Lancaster Co Med Soc; Neb St & AMA; life mbr LOOM; St Mary's Cath Ch, trustee; hobby, tree planting; off



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   McCLENAHAN, DANIEL H: Attorney; b Toulon, Ill Aug 30, 1876; s of Elijah John McClenahan-Margaret A Thomas; ed Ill; Toulon Ill Acad; U of N, LLB 1901; adm to Neb bar 1901; 1901-06 with Steward-Munger law firm, Lincoln; 1906-08 prac law with John M Steward, Lincoln; 1908-11 with Foster & McClenahan law firm, also asst city atty; 1911-14 dep city atty; 1912- referee in bankruptcy, Lincoln div US dist court, also prac law; during World War worked on appellate draft bd, South Platte dist; past VP & secy-treas Lincoln Bar Assn; Neb St & Amer Bar Assns; mbr C of C since 1910; mbr BPOE since 1906; AF&AM, past master; York & Scot Rites, 32o; Shrine; hobbies, hunting, trap shooting, guns; off 317 Lincoln Liberty Life Bldg; res 1108 H, Lincoln.

   McCONNELL, ANNA BELL: Homemaker; b Great Falls, Mont Mar 12, 1885: d of James Thomas Lee-Ella Bell; ed Great Falls Mont HS 1904; U of Mich, BA 1909; m Rev Raymond A McConnell Aug 14, 1912 Great Falls Mont; s Raymond A Jr, William A, Edward B, Richard D; d Alice Lee (Mrs James W Marvin); 1909-10 tchr at Mich Coll of Agr; 1910-11 student secy YWCA, Ore Coll of Agr, 1911-12 student secy of northwest dist of US; 1912- homemaker; Thursday Morning Lecture Circle; PEO; mbr YWCA bd; Sorosis; during World War active in ARC work in Mont; First Plymouth Congl Ch; hobby, reading; parents were early settlers in Great Falls Mont; res 1935 D, Lincoln.

   McCONNELL, RAYMOND ARNOTT JR: Editor; b North Ridgeville, O Dec 31, 1915; s of Raymond A McConnell Sr-Anna Bell Lee; ed Polytechnic Prep Country Day Sch, Brooklyn N Y; Williams Coll, Williamstown Mass, BA 1936; Sch of Internatl Relations, Geneva Switzerland 1935; U of N Coll of Law 1937-38; Zeta Psi; 1936-37 reporter & on rewrite desk, Troy N Y Record; 1937-39 reporter & asst teleg editor, 1939- night editor Nebraska State Journal, Lincoln; Lincoln Country Club; First Plymouth Congl Ch; off State Journal; res 1935 D, Lincoln.

   McCONNELL, RAYMOND ARNOTT SR: Clergyman; b Xenia, Ill Nov 8, 1885; s of Watson McConnell-Fannie Duncan; ed Elsinore Cal HS 1902; Pomona Cal Coll, BA 1910; Phi Beta Kappa; Oberlin Ohio Theological Seminary, BD 1916; m Anna Bell Lee Aug 14, 1912 Great Falls Mont; s Raymond A Jr, William A, Edward B, Richard D; d Alice Lee (Mrs James W Marvin); 1910-13 student secy YMCA, Ore St Coll of Agr; 1914-16 pastor Congl Ch, North Ridgeville O; 1916-18 pastor First Congl Ch, Helena Mont; 1918-20 secy internatl com of YMCA, New York City; 1920-36 pastor South Congl Ch, Brooklyn N Y; 1936- pastor First Plymouth Congl Ch, Lincoln; during World War in YMCA service 1918-19; trustee Doane Coll since 1936; Congl Ch, chmn exec com & since 1936 chmn bd of dirs Neb conf; dir extn bd 1922-28; mbr prudential com Amer Bd of Commrs for Foreign Missions 1928-36; dir N Y Congl conf; dir New York City Congl Ch Assn; dir Brooklyn Fedn of Churches; Kiwanis; Neb St Hist Soc; Amer Interprofessional Inst; Open Forum; Lincoln Country Club; Candlelight Club; Uni Club; res 1935 D, Lincoln.

   McCORMACK, DWIGHT E: Press Association Branch Manager; b Cortland, Neb Oct 1, 1903; s of James E McCormack-Elva V Jones; ed Clatonia HS; Lincoln HS; U of N, BA 1927; Phi Gamma Delta; Sigma Delta Chi; m Ruth J Offer Mar 8, 1928 Hickman; d Sonya Lee; 1927 with Columbus Daily Telegram 3 mos, later with Niles Ohio News; 1928-30 financial & teleg editor Chicago Drovers Journal; 1930 night editor, state editor, branch mgr of AP, Lincoln; BPOE; Tabernacle Chris Ch; Indep; hobby, horseback riding; off Star Bldg; res 924 Elmwood, Lincoln.

   McCRACKEN, CLINTON C: Secretary-Treasurer Road Equipment Co; b Kingsley, Ia Aug 8, 1888; s of John McCracken-Ellen Hotop; ed Kingsley Ia HS; Natl Bus Training Sch, Sioux City Ia 1908; m Hannah Jensen Dec 21, 1920 Omaha; s Robert Clayton, Dale Julian; d Mary Ellen, Lola June; 1909-12 emp by Bennet Auto Supply Co, Sioux City Ia; 1912-17 road salesman for Avery Co at Peoria Ill, 1919-21 asst branch mgr at Omaha, 1921-24 branch mgr, Lincoln; 1924-27 an org Omaha Road Equipment Co, agts for Caterpillar tractors & road equipment; 1927- secy-treas, Lincoln Road Equipment CO; during World War enl in US army 1918, stationed Camp Funston Kas, tsfrd to 10th div motor train convoying trucks from factory to eastern seaboard, disch Camp Funston Feb 1919; C of C; Rotary; Izaak Walton; Broadview Club; AF&AM 314; Scot Rite; Sesostris Shrine; OES, past patron; Presby Ch, past trustee & elder; Rep; hobby, seeing Amer via auto; off 319 N 9th; res 637 S 40th, Lincoln.

   McCULLA, HERBERT F: Commercial Superintendent of Telephone Co; b Holstein, Neb Apr 4, 1896; s of Walter R McCulla-Minnie E Fullmer; ed Holstein HS; Hastings Coll: U of N, BSc 1925; Acacia; m Julia Bower May 13, 1919 Omaha; s Herbert Fullmer; d Virginia Lee; 1912-23 emp in maintenance dept, later branch mgr at Hastings, 1923-24 asst gen comml supt at Lincoln, 1934- gen comml supt at Lincoln, Lincoln Tele & Teleg Co: mbr Neb St planning bd; during World War master signal electrician in SC Apr 8, 1917-May 12, 1919, in AEF 12 mos, disch as lt; Amer Leg; 40 & 8; Tele Pioneers of Amer; pres C of C 1939; pres Jr C of C 1927-28; US Jr C of C, pres 1929-30; Kiwanis; Lincoln Country Club; Uni Club; Izaak Walton; treas Lincoln Symphony Orchestra Assn: AF&AM, Hastings; Scot Rite; Sesostris Shrine; Westminster Presby Ch: Rep; hobbies, music, sports; off Telephone Bldg; res 2400 Lake, Lincoln.

   McEACHEN, JAMES A: Chairman Liquor Control Commission; b Cuming Co, Neb June 12, 1894; s of Robert A McEachen-Adelalde Burke; ed Wayne HS; WSTC 1913; U of N 1913-16; Delta Chi; m Edna C Pegler Aug 15, 1923 Lincoln; s James A Jr; Edmund D; 1916-21 farmer, Wayne; 1921-25 with First Natl Bank of Randolph, cash 1922-25; 1926- ptr & pres Pegler-McEachen Co whol groc; 1935- mbr Neb liquor control commission, 1937- chmn; during World War 1917-18 in US army SC, Camp Logan, OTC Louisville Ky; AF&AM, Wayne; Scot Rite 32o, Omaha; Shrine, Wayne; hobbies, travel, hunting; off State Capitol; res 3060 Stratford, Lincoln.

   McFIE, ELVA: Art Supervisor; b Loveland, Colo June 20, 1908; d of William M McFie-Lucy Wild; ed Greeley Colo HS; Colo St Tchrs Coll, Greeley, BA 1930, MA 1938; Delta Phi Delta; Sigma Upsilon; Sigma Pi Lambda; Kappa Delta Pi; 1929-30 held teaching scholarship, Madison S D; 1930-31 art tchr in grade sch, Brush Colo; 1931-33 art supvr, Mt Clemens Mich; summers of 1931-33 art instr, Allsebrook Camp, Estes Park Colo; 1933-34 fellowship, Colo St Tchrs Coll, Greeley; 1934-36 art tchr in platoon sch, Fort Morgan Colo; 1936-37 art supvr in grades & HS also art tchr, Sheridan Wyo; 1937- art supvr, Lincoln schs; AAUW; Neb Art Assn; Lincoln Artists Guild; hobbies, puppetry, interior decorating, crafts; res Lindell Hotel, Lincoln.

   McGAHEY, FLORENCE IRWIN: Registrar; b Lincoln, Neb June 4, 1880; d of Thomas Harrison McGahey-Emellne Van Lear Irwin; ed Lincoln HS 1897; U of N, BA 1901; Pi Beta Phi; Mortar Bd; registrar, U of N; Amer Assn of Collegiate Registrars; Altrusa; Neb Women's Ednl Club; YWCA, mbr advisory bd; First Presby Ch; Rep; off Administration Bldg; U of N; res 1267 S 27th, Lincoln.

   McGLASSON, MRS C E: Auxiliary President: b Brooklyn, Ia; d of Andrew Milligan-Rebecca Miller; ed Brooklyn Ia HS; m C E McGlasson 1895 Waukee Ia; s Harold E, Ross; d Bonnie; 1920- active in Amer Leg aux, 1921-40 Poppy Day chmn, 1930-40 state rehabilitation & hosp chmn, 1924-25 state pres, 1926 natl committeewoman for Neb, 1927 natl V-P, del to natl conv in Paris, 1928 natl chaplain, chmn natl com on comm service, 1936-39 mbr natl rehabilitation com, relief case worker 16 years; during World War vol nurse & ARC worker; secy of SA advisory bd 18 years; Coun of Social Agencies; OES; res 1826 D, Lincoln.

   McINTOSH, ALAN C: Newspaper Writer; b Park River, N D Oct 7, 1905; s of Rev D M McIntosh-Jean Cunningham; ed Central HS, Sioux City Ia; Morningside Coll, Sioux City Ia, 1922-25; U of N, BA 1928; editor Awgwan; Delta Tau Delta; Sigma Delta Chi; m Jessie Seacrest Hollenbeck Sept 23, 1930 Sioux City Ia; d Jessie Jean; 1927-31 in advertising dept, Lincoln Star; 1931- mbr editorial staff, Nebraska State Journal; 1937-38 dir of AP; Managing Editors Assn; 1933-34 pres Jr C of C; Lions; Uni Club; AF&AM 19; Westminster Presby Ch; Rep; hobbies, speed boating, photography; father was minister in Neb, N D & Sioux City Ia; off State Journal; res 2906 Plymouth, Lincoln.

   McINTOSH, MRS D M: Homemaker; b Nova Scotia, Canada; d of Robert Cunningham-Christyann Reid; ed grade sch in Nova Scotia, Canada; Halifax Ladies Coll; m Rev D M McIntosh Jan 2, 1902 Chicago Ill (dec); s Allen C; 1902 with husband, home missionary in Grand Forks N D; state presbyterial treas 9 years, pres


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Synodical Soc; during World War leader in ARC work; Westminster Presby Ch, deaconess; husband former pastor of Presby Ch at Hartington & of Knox Presby Ch at Sioux City Ia before coming to Lincoln; res 1739 G, Lincoln.

   McKELVIE, SAMUEL ROY: Publisher; b Fairfield, Neb Apr 15, 1881; s of Samuel McKelvie-Jennie Glandon; ed U of N; LBC; m Flossie Fellers June 18, 1904; d Dorothy; 1902-05 advertising solicitor for Twentieth Century Farmer, Omaha; 1905- editor of Nebraska Farmer, 1908- chief owner & publisher, Lincoln; 1908-09 mbr city coun; 1911-13 mbr Neb legislature; 1913-15 lt gov of Neb; 1919-23 gov of Neb, during this period new capitol bldg was authorized & first appropriations made, state constitutional conv was held 1919-20, state govt was reorg by adoption of civil administrative code & system of state parks & highway improvement program were inaugurated; instrumental in relief for Neb veterans of World War; declined appt as US secy of agr 1929; 1929-30 mbr Fed Farm Ed; int in stock raising, owner of By The Way Ranch, has herd of 500 purebred Herefords, Cherry Co; 1937- pres Amer Hereford Assn; 1938 org Sandhill Feeder Cattle Producers Assn, pres; C of C; Comml Club;. Lincoln Country Club; Uni Club; Chicago Athletic Assn; BPOE; IOOF; AF&AM; Meth Ch; Rep; paternal grandfather came from Scotland to US, settled in Ohio; off 1420 P; res Lincoln.

   McMILLIN, LINN WARREN: Clergyman; b Whitewater, Wis Jan 2, 1879; s of George W McMillln-Agnes Hassinger; ed Whitewater Wis HS; Whitewater is St Tchrs Coll 1900: Racine Wis Coll; U of Wis; Nashotah Wis Seminary; m Ida C Trull July 10, 1906 Milwaukee Wis; 1900-01 sch tchr, De Forest Wis; 1901-02 HS tchr, Darlington Wis; 1902-03 HS prin, Sussex Wis; 1907 ordained Episcopal priest; 1907-16 instr & sr master, Racine Wis Coll; 1916-19 head master & chaplain St John's Mil Acad, Salina Kas; 1919- in chg of Uni Episc Ch, Lincoln; past tchr summer conf Carleton Coll, Northfield Minn & Evergreen, summer conf, diocese of Colo; del to 1928 Episc Ch gen conf, Washington D C; Neb diocese, past chmn dept of religious edn, mbr cathedral chapter, past mbr evec coun; Amer Interprofessional Inst, past pres; past dir Co-operative Club; chaplain AF&AM 54; Scot Rite; Rep; hobbles, tennis, golf; off 346 N 13th; res 2401 S 19th, Lincoln.

   McPROUD, BERTRAM EVERETTE: College Dean; b Farmland, Ind May 23, 1873; s of James Gilbert MeProud-Martha Jane Bird; ed Ind; Kas; Baker U, Baldwin City Kas, BA 1900, MA 1904, hon PhD 1928; U of Chicago 1908-09; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Kappa Tau; Phi Gamma Mu; Phi Kappa Delta; m Bertha Watt May 22, 1901; 1900-04 supt city schs, Kas & Neb; 1904-07 prof & VP classical languages & pedagogy, Puget Sound Coll, Tacoma Wash; 1907-08 asst prof of English & prin Baker U Acad, Baldwin City Kas; 1909-13 & 1915 dean Neb Wes Tchrs Coll; 1913-16 prof of edn & philosophy, S D St Coll, Brookings, 1909- dean of summer sch, Neb Wes; 1929-30 during summers instr in elementary edn, U of N; chmn bd of examiners in state dept of pub instruction; NSTA; Lions; Golf Club; Athletic Club; Meth Ch; Rep; off Nebraska Wesleyan, Teachers Coll; res 5803 Baldwin Ave, Lincoln.

   McVICKER, HUGH GAMBLE: Retired; b Carroll Co, O Apr 27, 1864; s of Robert McVicker-Margaret McKee; ed Dodge Co; PSTC; m Lauretta Annie Harris Dec 7, 1892 Lincoln; s Hugh Harris (dec), William J; emp by Peru Herald during vacations, also by newspapers at Sheridan1, Friend & Dorchester; 1883 compositor, Lincoln Journal; 1884-87 journeyman printer, coast to coast; 1887-94 compositor, asst foreman, proof reader, reporter, teleg editor, 1894-1939 night teleg editor, Lincoln Journal; 1898-1920 night correspondent, AP; 1939- ret; C of C; AF&AM 19; Scot Rite, 32o; Prot; Rep hobby. newspaper work; parents came to Neb 1865, father b Co Antrim Ireland (dec 1893), commission mcht, farmer, real est & ins dealer, Civil War veteran, mother b Co Down Ireland; res 1302 D, Lincoln.

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   McVICKER, WILLIAM JAMES: Telegraph Editor; b Lincoln, Neb Apr 10, 1897; s of Hugh G McVicker-Lauretta Harris; ed Lincoln HS; U of N, 1919; Delta Upsilon; m Ada Bemis Feb 4, 1923 Lincoln; s James S; 1917-18 AP correspondent; 1919-23 UP correspondent, Lincoln, Chicago & St Louis; 1923- teleg editor, Lincoln Star; Amer Leg; AF&AM 19; Rep; off Lincoln Star; res 2115 Garfield, Lincoln.

   MAGEE, ELMER E: Secretary Clothing Firm; b Seneca, Kas Nov 3, 1900; s of Oliver N Magee-Nellie Throop; ed University Place HS; Neb Wes; Crescent; m Evelyn Hegert July 3, 1922 LeMars Ia; s Elmer Jr, Oliver N, Robert; 1922-26 mgr basement dept, 1926-30 advertising mgr, 1930 mdse mgr, 1930 secy Magees Inc, Lincoln; 1935 recd distinguished service medal from Lincoln Jr C of C; dir C of C; past pres Co-operative Club; Patron OES; past pres Hiram Club; mbr budget com Lincoln Comm Chest; chmn Lancaster Co ch Natl Foundation for Infantile Paralysis; dir & treas YMCA; AF&AM 227, past master; past high priest & dep high priest, RAM; past illustrious master R&SM; York Rite; Scot Rite 14o; Sesostris Shrine; treas Neb Coun of Churches; elder Westminster Presby Ch; hobbies, stamp collecting, tennis; off 1201-05 O; res 2928 Woodsdale Blvd, Lincoln.

   MAGEE, NELLIE T: President ClothIng Co; b Valparaiso, Neb Dec 21, 1874; d of Henry E Throop-Ellen M Johnson; ed Valparaiso HS; m Oliver N Magee June 20, 1894 Valparaiso; s Oliver Harold, Elmer E, Woodrow; d Ethel (Mrs A G Amos), Helene (Mrs R C Venner); 1891-94 sch tchr, Valparaiso; 1894- homemaker; 1918-39 pres Magee's Clothing Co, Lincoln; 1904-39 published & shipped Bible games all over world; during World War active in ARC work, did much work in food conservation, planted large garden near Coll of Agr, and with daughter canned over 2000 quarts of fruit & vegetables; int in hist research of Neb; past treas & financial chmn Womans Club; DAR; Neb St Hist Soc; 1888 Blizzard Club; Needlework Guild; YWCA; past treas, now mbr womans bd Bryan Memorial Hosp; coun mbr, Neb Wes; PEO; NS&D of Neb; Hall-in-the-Grove; hobby, camp with hist museum; res 2503 N 50th, Lincoln.

   MALLALIEU, ELIZABETH LYON: Librarian; b Kearney, Neb d of John Thomas Mallalieu-Alice S Gotwald; ed Kearney HS; PSTC; U of N; U of Iowa; Columbia U; 1911-21 asst state librarian, 1921- dep state librarian, Lincoln; ALA; OES; Episc Ch; off Library, State Capitol; res Lincoln Hotel, Lincoln.

   MALONE, ROBERT T: Divisional Director Department of Labor; b Lincoln, Neb June 7, 1891; s of Robert T Malone-Bridget Owens; ed Lincoln parochial schs; St Mary's Sch, St Marys Kas, BA cum laude 1911: Philalethic Soc; lettered in baseball & football 1910-11; U of N 1922, 1935-36; m Irma R Dalton Nov 23, 1931 Omaha; s Robert Dalton; 1911-15 in construction work for father; 1915-17 contr; 1919-20 paving inspector, Lancaster Co engrs off; 1920-22 construction supt, Neb St highway dept; 1922-23 gen supt Roberts Construction Co; 1933-37 secy Neb ch Assoc Gen Contrs of Amer; 1934-35 exec secy code authority NRA; 1936 trustee Lancaster Co sanitary dist; 1937- dir unemployment compensation, Neb St dept of labor; org administration of all functions provided in Neb Unemployment Compensation law; supervised preparation of publications: Rules & Regulations for Employers; Information to Neb Workers; First Annual Report of the Neb Unemployment Compensation Division; Second Annuau Report of the Neb Unemployment Compensation Division; author economics & construction articles for trade journals; during World War 1917-19 enl at Peoria Ill, in ordnance dept, instr machine gun sch Camp Hancock, Augusta Ga & Camp Raritan N J; Amer Leg; Lincoln Engrs Club; Lions; KC; Blessed Sacrament Cath Ch; Dem; hobby, social & labor legislation; off State Capitol; res 1818 Perkins, Lincoln.

   MALY, STANLEY: Bank Vice-President; b Schuyler, Neb May 7, 1880; s of Vaclav Maly-Marie Markovee; ed Schuyler; m Mary F Ketchmark Oct 24, 1917 Glenwood Ia, s Stanley Jr; d Mary Margaret, Dorothy Frances (dec); 1899-1900 with Garrett Hulst Gen Mdse, Monroe; 1900-04 bkkpr for Hulst & Adams Dept Store, Columbus; 1904-05 with M E Crenshaw & Co, Spalding; 1905-09 asst cash First Natl Bank, Spalding; 1909-10 cash First Natl Bank, Cedar Rapids; 1910-18 cash S S Hadley Co, bankers, 1918-21 pres; 1921-24 VP City Natl Bank of Lincoln, 1924-28 pres; 1928- V-P First Natl Bank of Lincoln; during Sp-Amer War with Co K, 2nd Neb vol inf, Chickamauga Park Ga; USWV; past pres Lions; past pres, past VP, past dir C of C; Lincoln Country Club; AF&AM, 32o; Sesostris Shrine; Prot; Rep; hobby, golf; off First National Bank Bldg: res 1727 S 22nd, Lincoln.

   MANN, GEORGE RUSSELL: Attorney; b Ord, Neb May 12, 1889; s of Matthias Harvey Mann-Merriam Annie Brown; ed Ord HS 1905, won state championship in debating; U of N, LLB 1915; Delta Chi; active in debate; Ivy Day Orator 1915 with subject Nebraska Traditions, As They Are, As They Shall Be, as result of this speech regular courses



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in U of N traditional history are now offered at U of N; m Eulalie Beaty Allen July 9, 1932 Bethany MO; s Quentin L, William Russell; d Betty Jane; 1905-09 tchr, Valley Co; 1907-09 played semi-professional baseball in Neb & Mo; 1915- prac law, Lincoln; while in U of N, night agt for Amer Express Co, during vacations salesman for J Grainger & Co, Lincoln; 1917 apptd Lancaster Co, dep atty; 1919-24 with Judge Edward P Holmes & Guy C Chambers in law firm, Lincoln; 1924-26 priv law prac, Lincoln; 1926-29 sr mbr law firm Mann & Whitten; 1919-39 gen counsel for Neb legislative reference bur, supvr bill drafting & related legislative legal services; during law prac has revised & compiled local laws & served as atty for 475 cities & villages in Neb; by special commission of Gov Weaver & state supreme court was index editor & asst compiler of Compiled Statutes of Neb 1929, under Judge William C Dorsey; with Judge William C Dorsey by commission of Gov Bryan & supreme court compiled, edited & indexed 1931 cumulative supplement to Compiled Statutes of Neb 1929; during World War entered US army May 2, 1918, stationed at Camp Fremont Cal, promoted sgt Co D 24th machine gun batt, one of 5 selected to attend OTC at Camp Zachary Taylor, Ky, commd 2nd lt, Dec 1918, furloughed to res corps, disch Oct 1919; Amer Leg; Lincoln & Neb St Bar Assns; C of C; Presby Ch; Dem; off 514 Federal Securities Bldg; re; 1332 N 38th, Lincoln.

   MANTER, HAROLD W: Professor of Zoology; b Anson, Me June 18, 1898; s of Fred A Manter-Gusta Tinkham; ed Madison Me HS; Bates Coll, Lewiston Me, BA 1922; U of Ill, MA 1923, PhD 1925, recd scholarship, later apptd grad asst in zoology; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Xi; m Esther Welch Aug 1927 Searsport Me; 1925-26 zoology instr, La St U; 1926- asst prof of zoology; assoc prof, prof U of N; 1934 mbr third Hancock research expedition to Galapagos Islands; author & co-author 20 publications on animal parasites; during World War in SATC, Bates Coll, Lewiston Me; Neb Academy of Sciences; AAUP; AAAS; Amer Soc of Zoologists; Amer Soc of Parasitologists; Amer Microscopical Soc; Limnological Soc of Amer; Indep; hobby, photography; off U of N, 204 Bessey Hall; res 3108 Orchard, Lincoln.

   MARCOTTE, DUANE EUGENE: Treasurer Publishing Co; b Concordia, Kas Nov 26, 1898; s of Eugene J Marcotte-Katherine Davies; ed Salina Kas HS; m Ruth S Brown June 19, 1920 Lincoln; s Robert L, Stanley B; 1916-22 timekeeper, Lincoln Tele Co; 1922-23 bkkpr McKelvie Publishing Co, 1923 treas; during World War in US army battery A 44th field arty; Amer Leg; Lions; Uni Club; First Bapt Ch; Rep; hobby, wood-working; off 1420 P; res 1930 F, Lincoln.

   MARDIS, HAROLD C: High School Principal; b Gnadenhutten, O Nov 16, 1896; s of S K Mardis-Emily Eggenberg; ed Ohio St U, BA, BSc; Columbia U, MA; Delta Tau Delta; Phi Delta Kappa; m Marie Swaim 1921, Athens O; s Hal; d Gloria, Marilyn; 1917 instr, Ohio St U; 1919 HS prin, Shadyside O; 1920-25 critic supvr science dept, Ohio St U; 1925-29 prin Jr & Sr HSs, Hendersonville N C; 1926-29 instr, Asheville Normal Coll, N C; 1929- prin Lincoln HS; 1935- instr summer sch, U of N; during World War in US army inf, flying lt AS; Amer Leg; Neb Schoolmasters Club; NSTA; NEA, dept of secondary sch prins; Assn of Supts & Prins of Neb; C of C; past pres Kiwanis; mbr scouting com YMCA; AF&AM; First Presby Ch; hobbies, golf, bowling, hiking, painting; off Lincoln High School; res 2036 S 26th, Lincoln.

   MARTI, DAVID BENJAMIN: Teacher of Accounting; b Piper City, Ill Dec 17, 1877; s of Godfrey Marti-Rosina Conrad; ed Hastings HS; Hastings Coll; m Hettie Josephine Brown Aug 14, 1899 Hastings; s Lloyd J, Paul E; 1897-99 tchr, Adams Co; 1899-1900 supt of schs, Holstein; 1900 org & tchr bus training dept while in Hastings Coll; 1902-06 owner & opr book & stationery store, Hastings; 1906-09 emp in claim, credit & collection dept, Fairbanks Morse & Co, Omaha; 1909-23 in real est, loan & ins bus, Hastings; 1923- tchr LSC, specialist in accounting, taxation & law author: English in Use; The Letters We Write; Plain Points on Punctuation; has conducted numerous current events open forum discussions; lecturer on taxation problems; author of pamphlets on fed income tax & social security laws; past dir Amer Interprofessional Inst; past dir Kiwanis; ch mbr Rotary, 1st secy & 2nd pres, Hastings; secy Open Forum; past trustee First Presby Ch, gen SS supt; Indep; hobby, reading; off 209 N 14th; res 1815 Van Dorn, Lincoln.

   MARTI, LLOYD J: Attorney; b Hastings Feb 1, 1901; s of David B Marti-Hettie J Brown; ed Hastings Coll, BA cum laude; U of N, LLB; Phi Delta Phi; Acacia; Pi Kappa Delta; Delta Sigma Rho; Order of Coif; m Fern Harbaugh Dec 25, 1927 Lincoln; s Donald Lloyd, William Douglas; 1923-24 tchr, McCook HS; 1927- prac law with firm of Perry, Van Pelt & Marti, Lincoln; U of N, instr in trial prac; Lancaster Co & Neb St Bar Assns; past pres Kiwanis; Jr C of C, past pres; past natl dir & past natl VP of US Jr C of C; Amer Interprofessional Inst; Open Forum; First Presby Ch; Rep; hobby, horseback riding; off 615 First National Bank Bldg; res 3415 West Pershing Road, Lincoln.

   MARTIN, BENNETT S: Vice-President Trust Co; b Oregon, Mo Mar 6, 1904; s of Morton R Martin-Elsa Bennett; ed Oregon Mo HS; U of N, BA 1925; Sigma Chi; Innocents; m Dorothy Bridgemon June 19, 1926 Bigelow Mo; s Bennett T, M Bruce; d Mary Ann; 1924-25 student employment secy, U of N; 1925-27 emp in bond dept, 1927-29 asst mgr bond dept, 1929-31 mgr bond dept, 1931- V-P & in chg of bond dept, First Trust Co, Lincoln; dir First Trust Co of Lincoln, Western Light & Tele Co, Indiana Utilities Co, Harrison Development Co, & Standard Silica Co; Investment Bankers Assn of Amer, mbr bd of govs, 1937-39 mbr exec com of central states group, 1938-39 mbr group legislation com; Natl Assn of Securities Dirs Inc, mbr exec com of 8th dist; C of C; Lincoln Country Club; Uni Club; Westminster Presby Ch; Rep; hobbies, travel, golf; off First National Bank Bldg; res 2109 S 24th, Lincoln.

   MARTIN, OSCAR R: Professor Accounting & Business Administration; b Farmington, Ia Oct 4, 1884; s of Peter Martin-Amelia Ross: ed De Soto Mo HS; Central Wes Coll, Warrenton Mo, BA 1907; U of Ill MA 1913; grad work U of Wis, CPA 1930; Beta Gamma Sigma; Alpha Kappa Psi; m Hazel Hardin Aug 12, 1913 Knightstown Ind; s Edward, Ross, Robert Harding, John Howard; d Marjorie; 1909-13 part time tchr, grad student U of Ill: 1913 asst prof of accounting & bus administration, chmn dept of bus orgn & management, U of N; 1915-19 acct, Lincoln; 1919- ptr, Martin & Cole; 1918-22 gen mgr Klose Brick & Tile Co, & Neb Material Co; 1923-26 trustee & gen mgr Lee Broom Co: past pres Neb ch AAUP; Neb Soc Certified Pub Accts, pres; Amer Inst of Accts, mbr advisory coun, mbr natural bus year com, mbr membership com; trustee Bryan Memorial Hosp; C of C, life mbr: Kiwanis; past pres, dist 7 chmn 1937-38, Lincoln Campfire Girls, natl dir; Lincoln Country Club; Uni Club, past pres; AF&AM 19; Scot Rite, 32o Sesostris Shrine; St Paul Meth Ch, treas; hobbies, golf & fishing; off U of N & 515 First National Bank Bldg; res 1527 S 20th, Lincoln.

   MARTY, MRS JOSEPHINE S: Insurance Agent; b Nemaha Co, Neb; d of George H Sutton-Catherine M Hughes; ed Howe HS; St Joseph Mo Bus Coll; La Salle Extn U, Chicago; U of N, extn work; m Edward L Marty Nov 29, 1909 Auburn; former tchr, Nemaha Co, & steno, bkkpr & off mgr, Kansas City MO; 1931- life underwriter for Bankers Life Ins Co, Lincoln; listed in Hall of Fame in The Broadcaster, ofcl publication; Lincoln Underwriters Assn; Lincoln Woman's Club, pres 1924-26, mbr bldg com, founder memory garden, com chmn; women's div, C of C; ch mbr Woman's City Club, Kansas City Mo; past state ofcr Missouri Congl Ch; St Matthew's Episc Ch, Lincoln: hobby, flower gardening; off Banker's Life Insurance Bldg; res 4725 South, Lincoln.

   MARVIN, HENRY HOWARD: Professor of Physics; b Grinnell, Ia Aug 14, 1884; s of Frances Park Marvin-Mattie J Longley; ed Grinnell Ia HS 1901; Grinnell Coll, BSc 1906; Columbia U, PhD 1912, Tyndall fellowship 1909-11, Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi; m Alma Ethel Wright Sept 9, 1911 Harlan Ia; s Burton Wright, James Francis, David Keith, Henry Howard Jr; d Jean Alice, Ruth Janet: 1906-08 HS tchr, Grinnell Ia; 1911 physics instr summer session, Columbia U; 1911-12 physics instr, Mass Inst of Technology; 1912-17 asst prof of physics Tufts Coll at Medford Mass, 1917-19 physics prof; 1919- prof theoretical physics, 1922- chmn of dept, U of N; Neb Acad of Sciences, pres 1931; AAAS; Amer Physical Soc; Amer Assn of Physics Tchrs; AAUP; First Meth Ch; Rep; off U of N, 117 Brace Hall; res 5310 Colby, Lincoln.

   MARX, EDWARD CHARLES: Dentist: b Lancaster Co, Neb Dec 18, 1887; s of Edward C Marx Sr-Lizzette Zager; ed Lincoln HS; U of N, DDS 1917;





















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