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601 E. 31st. Street
MACMATH, Walter James, dentist. Born Homestead, Pennsylvania, 1894.
Married Ellen Christine McGovern 1924. Christine born Junction City, Iowa, 1901. Child: Katherine Ann born 1926.Republican. Admitted to practice Kansas City 1925. 1st. cl. pvt. Medical Corps, 11th Division, World War. Member St. Vincent R. C. Church. Kansas City Dental Association. Office: 601 E. 31st Street.

Linwood Boulevard & Harrison Street, LaSalle Hotel
ANDERSON, Harvey E., dentist. Born McPherson, Kansas, in 1904
Kansas City resident 5 years. Admitted to practice Kansas City, 1928. Member Country Club Methodist Church and American Dental Association. Dentist for Interdenominational Home. Office: 907 Rialto Building, Kansas City, Missouri.

Linwood Boulevard & Harrison Street, LaSalle Hotel
BAILEY, Leon Milburn, lawyer. Born Fairbury, Nebraska in 1887.
Democrat. Member law firm Wilson, Bundschu & Bailey. Admitted to practice Lansing, Michigan in 1911. 2nd lieutenant World War. Office: 1108 Commerce Building, Kansas City, Missouri.

Linwoood Boulevard & Harrison Street, LaSalle Hotel
BARRY, Gerald W., physician.
Office 840 Argyle Building, Kansas City, Missouri.

Linwood Boulevard & Harrison Street, LaSalle Hotel
CASPER, Clyde E., executive. Born Mexico, Missouri, in 1887.
Married in Junction City, Kansas. Child: Jack born 1910. Democrat. Manager Campbell Dairy Company. Protestant. Member Motor Country Club. Office: 824 E. 14th Street.

Linwood Boulevard & Harrison Street, LaSalle Hotel
FROST, Earle Wesley, lawyer. Born Blue Rapids, Kansas 1899.
Active in track and holder of college record 1917-10 K. S. A. C.; pole vault champion New York 1921-12; competitor for N. Y. A. C. and K. C. A. C. pole vault. Republican. Assistant Jackson County, Missouri, prosecuting attorney, 1926; chairman entertainment committee, 1928, history, 1929, Young Men´s Republican Club of Jackson County Association William E. Byers 1923-16. Admitted to the bar Kansas City 1923. Member Grand Avenue M. E. Church. Office: 604-06 Ridge Arcade Building, Kansas City, Missouri.

Linwood Boulevard & Harrison Street, LaSalle Hotel
HOULEHAN, James F., executive.
As We See’ Em J.F. Houlehan Born Crawfordsville, Indiana, 1865.
Married Catherine E. Foley 1893. Catherine born ST. Charles, Missouri, 1879. Child: Irene Clare born 1894, died 1895. Democrat. President J. F. Houlehan Realty Company and various other corporations; real estate loans, rentals, and insurance. Member Roman Catholic Church of St. Vincent de Paul. Kansas City Zoological. Society of Kansas City Knights of St. Gregory. Office: 1107-11 Sharp Building, Kansas City, Missouri.

901 Linwood Boulevard
BRUCE, Alvin Bryan, merchant. Born Pleasant Hill, Missouri, in 1896.
Married Leona Josephine Clifford in 1920. Leona born Moorhead, Minnesota, in 1895. Democrat. In automobile service business for self the past 10 years. Member U. S. N. air service World War. Baptist. Member Automobile Traders Association. Hobbies: reading, mechanics. Office: 1015 East 33rd Street.

911 E. Linwood Boulevard
JONES, J. Logan, president-treasurer Logan Jones Dry Goods Company.
As We See’ Em J. Logan Jones

1007 Linwood Boulevard
KJERNER, Samuel, osteopathic, physician.
Samuel Kjerner Born Rochester, Minnesota, 1872.
Married Jane Annie Mayse 1902. Republican. Co-author of an oster. book on children´s disease; numerous magazine articles. Member board trustees Missouri Osteo. Association 3 years; president 4 successive years of the Missouri Association of Osteo. Physicians & Surgeons; member board of trustees American Osteo. Association 5 years; president Kansas City College of Osteo & Surge 3 years; professor osteo principles and practice 9 years; president 2 terms Association Osteo. Cols; president 2 terms Central States Osteo. Association, 1 term as secretary and 1 term as treasurer. Admitted to practice Monticello, Iowa, 1900. Active in all drives, World War. Member Linwood Boulevard Christian Church. American Osteo. Association, Missouri Association of Osteo. Physicians & Surgeons. Meridian Club (dir.; chairman bowling committee). Trustee A. T. Still Research Institute, 192"-1"0. Office: 709 Waldheim Building.

1017 Linwood Boulevard
SHEPARD, Joseph Warren, Jr., executive. Born Chapman, Kansas, 1905. Democrat. Repr. Acme Fast Freight Service 1928-19; now general agent Meth. Office: 326 Railway Exchange Building.

3241 Gillham Road
COOPER, E. LeRoy, capitalist.
E. LeRoy Cooper Born Graysville, Ohio, 1885.
Independent. Mr. Cooper is a capitalist and fee owner of thousands of acres of oil, gas, coal and mineral lands in Oklahoma, Arkansas and New Mexico. Active in loan drives, World War. Presbyterian. Office: 507 Commerce Building.

3323 Gillham Road
PRINTZ, Otto Jack, physician. Born Kansas City.
Admitted to practice Kansas City, 1927. 1st. lieutenant Medical O. R. C. Member American Medical Association. Knife & Fork Club City. Office: 1014 Argyle Building.

3425 Locust Street
BARGER, Lloyd Marion, dentist. Born Kansas City, Kansas, in 1898.
Married Lella May Ellis. Lella born Fulton, Missouri, in 1901. Independent. Admitted to practice Kansas City, 1921. Captain Dental Reserve Corps. Member Linwood Christian Church. Hobbies: golf, motoring, fishing. Office 712-14 Argyle Building, Kansas City, Missouri.

3425 Locust Street
CLEMENT, William Woodward, educator. Born Indianola, Texas, in 1882.
Married Ruth Sullivan in Houston, Texas, in 1918. Ruth born in 1894. Child: Marion born 1928. Democrat. Author of Changing Objectives and Methods in Teaching Arithmetic (masters thesis); Conditions Necessary for Effective Supervision: various articles. Texas State Teachers Association. Principal Yoakum (Texas) High School 1900-04; Belton, Texas, 1904-06; Temple, 1906-16; superintendent of schools Temple 1914-1921; principal W. C. Bryant School, Kansas City, 1921-18; principal North East Jr. High School 1928-. Member St. Pauls Episcopal Church. Life member N. E. A., Texas State Teachers Association, Missouri State Teachers Association, Kansas City Schoolmasters Club, City Club, and PTA. Hobby: chess. Club: Kansas City Chess. Office: North East Jr. High School, Kansas City, Missouri.

3410 Cherry Street
SLUSHER, Ernest Warren, physician. Born Dover, Missouri, 1875.
Married Florence Wilder, E. St. Louis, Illinois, 1899. Florence born Springfield, Illinois, 1873, artist. Child: Roby W. Born 1900 Independent. U. S. pension examiner. Admitted to practice Kansas City 1897. 1st. sgt. Spanish American War; major Medical Corps World War; D. S. C. and Croix de Guerre. Christian. Member American Medical Association and U. S. Association of Military Surgeons. Office: 1235 Rialto Building.

3310 Holmes Street
FRAZIER, Jewell Imogene, newspaper-woman
Jewell Imogene Frazier Born Nashville, Tennessee, 1897.
Republican. Author of numerous newspaper articles and stories. Formerly with Clovis Journal as society editor; now with Kansas City Star in advertising department. Member west side branch First Baptist Church. N. M. Red Cross. Has toured from Kansas City to California as concert ´cellist.´ Hobby: music.

3310 Holmes Street, Apartment 3
JONES, Essie Louise, blind concert violinist and pianist.
Essie Louise Jones Born Elizabethtown, Kentucky, 1903.
Republican. Author of The Shifting White Sands of Alamogordo (Star 1928); Mexican Superstitions (Star 1927). Supervisor of music New Mexico School for Blind 1924; concertist and radio entertainer. Member West Side branch First Baptist Church. Hobbies: wheat raising, travel.

3312 Holmes Street
LYMAN, Henrietta Hadley
Henrietta Hadley Lyman Born Olathe, Kansas.
Daughter of John Milton and Hasrriett (Beach) Hadley. Attended University of Kansas. Married John W. Lyman, 1897. John born in Shenandoah, Ia., died 1927. Engaged in real estate business. Republican; delegate to national convention, 1928; executive chairman woman´s division Jackson County and 5th congressional district. Republican comms. Kansas City resident 35 years. Successful manager of hotel at Green Mountain Falls, Colorado, several seasons. President second district of the Fed. Women´s Clubs. Member Twentieth Century Club (president 2 terms). D. A. R. (member board Elizabeth Benton chapter). Athenaeum (Comm. member). Women´s City Club (comm. member). Mrs. Lyman is a sister of former governor of Missouri, Honorable Herbert S. Hadley.

3408 Holmes Street
BURRIS, Jessie B., clubwoman. Born Agency, Iowa, in 1860.
Married Charles Walker Burris in 1885. Charles born Indiana in 1860. Children: Edna born 1885, Ruth born 1893. Republican. Methodist. Member D. A. R., Athenaeum.

3437 Charlotte Street
BUSH, Benjamin Winfield, realtor. Born Portclinton, O., in 1853.
Married Myrta Anna Thomas in 1887. Myrta born Elba, New York, in 1864. Children: Dean T. born 1891, Donald W. born 1898. Republican. Member firm Bush Brothers Real Estate. Trinity M. E. Church (trustee 15 years). Good Will Industries. Y. M. C. A. (20 years). Office: 414 Hall Building, Kansas City, Missouri.

3212 Campbell Street
ROBERTSON, Flavel, lawyer.
Flavel Robertson Born Kansas City, 1888.
Married Katharine Winners, Highland Park, Illinois, 1921. Katharine born Chicago, 1900. Child: Nancy Katharine born 1923 Democrat. Member firm Baker, Botts, Parker & Garwood. Linwood Christian Church. Club: University. Office: 1314 R. A. Long Building.

3232 Campbell Street
FENLON, Thomas P., lawyer.
Office: 409 Keith & Perry Building, Kansas City, Missouri.

3304 Campbell Street
DUFFY, Joseph Peter, lawyer.
Joseph Peter Duffy Born Topeka in 1882.
Married Sallie Washington Thruston in Kansas City in 1923. Sallie born Topeka in 1882. Sallie´s great grandfather, Buckner Thruston, was U. S. senator from Kentucky and a U. S. judge. Her mother, Mary Washington, was a descendent of John Washington, uncle of George Washington. Child: Josephine, John Independent. With South Pacific as head clerk, traffic department, auditors office, San Francisco, 1907-11; traffic expert in Kansas City 1912-16; attorney 1916. Associate Harry B. Wolf, traffic bur. for mchts. 1911-. Admitted to the Missouri bar 1916. Member St. Vincent R. C. Church. Office: 208-09 Produce Exchange Building, Kansas City, Missouri.

3305 Campbell Street
LEWIS, Wofford Eugene, lawyer. Born Kansas City, Missouri, 1894.
3305 Campbell Street Married Helen Mar Keyes 1921. Child: Barbara born 1922, Woffard E. Jr. born 1925 Democrat. Associate Horace S. Kimbrell and Charles W. Middleton. Treasurer Federal Van & Storage Company. Admitted to practice Kansas City 1917. Lieutenant Air Corps Res. President Air Corps R. O. A. Christian. Hobby: aviation. Office: 1204 Commerce Building.

3316 Harrison Street
CUNNINGHAM, Orval James, physician. Born Odell, Nebraska, in 1880.
Married Grace Margaret Quinlan in Chicago in 1914. Grace born Chicago in 1891. Child: Orval born 1915, Dorothy born 1926 Independent. Author of Anesthesia (American Medical Association Journal 1908); Ether (report of 1st American Com. Anesthetics Am. Med. Assn. Journal 1910); Nitrous Oxide Ether Anesthesia (Annuals of Surg. 1914). Assistant professor physiology University Medical College, 1905-08; associate professor surgery Kansas State University, 1915-14. Admitted to practice Kansas City 1904. Protestant. Member American Medical Association, Jackson County and Missouri State Medical Society. Club: Meadow Lake Country. Office: 3310 Harrison Street.

3402 Harrison Street
LYMAN, Cora Crawford, music instructor. Born Cedar Falls, Iowa, 1864.
Republican. Author of numerous articles published in Kansas City Star and magazines. Has been president Kansas City Musical Club; president and vice-president Missouri Fed. of Music Clubs; director National Fed. of Music Clubs. Active in loan drives and Red Cross., World War. Eligible to D. A. R. Member music Teachers´ Association. Kansas City Guild of Musicians.

3408 Harrison Street
WEEKS, Edwin Ruthven, consulting engineer.
As We See’ Em Edwin R. Weeks Born Westfield, Wisconsin, 1855.
Member of one of the first ball clubs in Kansas City. Married Mary Harmon, Kansas City, 1882. Mary born Warren, Ohio, 1851. Founder Mother´s Union and P. T. A.: teacher at Central High School where she was a teacher prior to her marriage; state chairman parent education committee; English, Irish and Scotch descendent. Child: Ruth born 1886; lead her class at Vassar College Independent. Kansas City resident since 1866; moved from farm on Brush Creek east of old Mormon Road to Westport 1866. author of The Solar Eclipse (in Review of Science and Industry, 1878; The Use of Astronomy, The Economic Value of Higher Education, The History of Electric Light and Power, and numerous other articles. Was supt. and general manager of first Kansas City and Edison Light & Power Companies in Kansas City. President Kansas City Humane Society. Member S. A. R. Vice-president The American Humane Education Society of Boston. Life Cruelty, England. A. A. A. S. Franklin Institute of Philadelphia. American Institute of Elec. Engineers. Edison Pioneers. National Elec. Light Association (past president). Hobbies: humane education, prevention of cruelty, science. Office: 505 New Nelson Building.