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��Suffrage League, St. Louis Pure Food Ass'n, St. Louis We&nesday Club, College Club of St. Louis.

8HIPM.\>-, Carolyn (Mrs. Frank Bristol Whip- ple), 99 Madison Av., N.Y. 'City. Writer; b. Elmira, N.Y. ; dau. Chauncey Newell and Mary Frances (Wiley) Shipman; ed. Smith and Radcliffe Colleges; m. Oct. 24, 1905, Frank Bristol Whipple. Teacher of English for five years; on staff of the Cleveland Press and contributor to the Plain-Dealer; since 1899 en- gaged in literary and bibliographical work in N.Y. City; on staff of The Critic, 1899-1905; editor of the Bibliographer, succeeding the late Paul Leicester Ford, 1902-03; librarian of the laie Rob- ert Hoe, 1900-09. .Mem. N.Y. City (hospital) Visit- ing Com. Favors woman suffrage; mem. Women's Political Union. , lYanslator and editor oi Le Roux de Lincy's Recherches sur Jean Grciier (1904- 07j for the Grolier Club. Cocipiler of 16 volumes descriptive of the library of the late Robert Hoe (1903-09). Magazina Action writer. Unitarian. Recreations: Books, theatre, music, European travel, motoring, driving, dancing. Mem. Women's University Club. SlirPP, Margaret Bnsbee (Mrs. William E. Shlpp), Raleiffh, N.C.

Short story writer; b. Raleigh, N.C, Nov. 9, 1871; dau. Fabius H. and Annie (McKesson) Busbee; ed. St. Mary's, Raleigh, N.C; m. Raleigh, N.C, Jan. 17, 1894, Lieut. WUllam E. Shipp (10th U.S. Cavalry); children: William Ewen, Fabius Busbee. Ex-prea. St. Mary's Alumnae Ass'n; vice-pres. State Literary and Historical Ass'n, Contributor to Munsey's, Col- lier's Weekly, Cosmopolitan, Saturday Evening Post, American, Ainslee's, Smith's, Pearson's Red Book, Youth's Companion, Woman's Home Companion, Browning Year Book. Episcopalian. Recreation: Gardening. Mem. Woman's Club, Fortnightly Review, Country Club (Raleigh). SHIPPEN, Georgiana Truman (Mrs. Franklin Evans Shippen), Kennet Knob, Ellijay, Ga. Born Louisville, Ky. ; dau. Thomas G. and Mary (McGill) Truman; ed. Loretto Acad., Ky. ; m. Louisville, Ky., June 12, 1890, Franklin Evans Shippen; children: Franklin, Elizabeth Wallis, Agatha (died Dec. 12, 1900), Herbert. Pres. Elli- j.iy Woman's Club; vice-pres. Ninth Dist. Geor- gia Fed. of Women's Clubs. Roman Catholic. SHIRK, Ida Morrison Murphy (Mrs. Elbert \Vri.?ht Shirk;, 2129 N. Alabama St., Indi- anapolis, Ind.

Born Indianapolis, Ind., July 21, 1860; dau. John Walls and Ann Elizabeth (Morrison) Mur- ])hy; ed. private schools in Indianapolis and Pliiladelphia; m. Indianapolis, Mar. 31, ISSO, Elbert Wright Shirk. Favors woman suffrage. Compiler and author of Talbott Genealogy. Christian Scientist. Mem. D.A.R., Colonial Dames. Recreation: Travel.

SIIOAF, Lilian Noyes (Mrs. Robert L. Shoaf), Taylor, Tex.

Born Galveston, Tex., Nov. 7, 1871; dau. Charles Forsyth and Elizabeth H. (Sams) Noyes; grad. Taylor (Texas) High School and from Texas State Normal School, Huntsville, Tex.; m. Taylor, Tex., July 15, 1896, Robert L. Shoai; children: Dorothy Noyes, h. 1899; Robert Leonard, b. 1902. Inter- ested in the organized work of women's clubs and Nat. Soc. of Charities and Correction. Fa- vors woman suffrage. Baptist Mem. Women's Missionary Soc., Ladies' Aid Soc. Recreations: Literature, music, camping. Mem. Sesame Lit- erary Club (charter mem.). Browning Literary Club, Civic Improvement Soc., Wednesday Music Club.

SHOE, Grace Ellen, 1130 York St., Denver, Colo. Teacher of mathematics. North Denver High School; b. Pleasant Hill, O. ; dau. Reuben Long and Anna M. (Thompson) Shoe; ed. high school, West Milton, 0.; classical course, Antloth Coll., A.B.; graduate course Uciv. of Denver, A.M. Began teaching in high school at Miamisburg, 0. Was principal of high school at Longmont, Colo., three and one-half years; teacher of mathematics in North Denver High School since 1900. In- structor in State normal institutes In Colo, and other States. Menu Colo. Equal Suffrage AjsB'n

��and active in all movements whose object is the enactment of laws for bettering conditions of women and children. Sec. Colo. Mathematics Soc. since 1907; pres. Denver Teachers Club 1903-04; pres. Colo. Teachers Ass'n. 1911-12. Mem^ Denver Woman's Club; pres. College atid High School Section of Colo. Teachers Ass'n, 1904-05; mem. Nat. Education Ass'n.

SHOE5IAKER, Ella O. (Mrs. Z. T. Shoe- maker), 109 S. Lincoln Av., MaKsillon, O. Born Bel'iaire, 0. ; dau. Benjamin F. and Julia

(Mcllvaine) Ogle; ed. in public school cf Bel-

laire, O.; m. Bellaire, 1876, Z. T. Shoemaker;

children: Helen Ogle (now Mrs. WlUiam T.

Church, of Chicago), Vesta V. (now Mrs. L. R.

Palmer, of Pittsburgh), Luclle, Frank Ogle.

First Tice-pres. Ohio State Ass'n of School

Officials; mem. Massillon Board of Education for

14 consecutive years and pres. three years; pres.

for 12 years of Study Club of Massillon; pres.

Ladies' Aid of Christian Church six years;

chairman Com. on Elducatlon of State Suffrage

Ass'n; frst vice-chairman Stark Co. Suffrage

Ass'n. Mem. Christian Church. Mem. of Com.

on Education of the Ohio State Fed. of Women's


SHOEMAKER, Mary Craig (Mrs. Ira Hayes Shoemaker), 29 S. Pine Av., Albany, N.Y. Born Locust Hill, Pa., July 28, 1862; dau. Hugh Boyd and Martha A. (Orr) Craig; ed. Ken- nedy Acad., Welsh Run, Pa.; Wilson Coll., Chambersburg, Pa.; Vassar Coll., A.B. '85; m. Locust Hill, Pa., May 3, 1888, Ira Hayes Shoe- maker. Resided Carlisle, Pa., 1888-90; Harris- burg, Pa., 1890-1907; Albany, N.Y., 1907—. Instruc- tor in mathematics, Wilson Coll., 1885-87. Iden- tified with various local, religious, social and philanthropic activities. Presbyterian. Mem. D.A.R., Ass'n Collegiate Alumnse, Woman's Club of Albany, Vassar Club of Albany.

SHOEMAKER, Rachel Hinkle (Mrs. J. W. Shoe- maker), Cynwyd, Pa.; ofSce, Temple Bldg., Broad and Cherry Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. Teacher of oratory and elocution; b. Plumstead, Pa., Oct. 1, 1858; dau. William Marshall and Elizabeth (Walter) Hinkle; ed. Millersville (Pa.) State Normal School, followed by special courses in elocution, literature and modern languages; m. Philadelphia, June 27, 1867, J. W. Shoemaker (died 1880). B'ounder, and principal since 1874, of the Nat. School of Elocution and Oratory. Author: Delsartean Pantomime, 1891; Advanced Elocution, 1895; also edited various volumes of selections cf readings, recitations and dialogues.

SHOLL, Anna McClure, National Arts Club,

N.Y. City.

Novelist; b. Philadelphia, Pa.; dau. William J. and Clara (Corson) Sholl; ed. Ogontz Coll.; spe- cial student at Cornell Univ. Engaged in news- paper work and was on staff of the N.Y. Com- mercial Advertiser as editorial writer, 1896-97. Collaborated on the Charles Dudley Warner Li- brary of the World's Best Literature, 1897-98, and other publications; contributor to the magazines. Author: The Law of Life; The Port of Storms; The Greater Love. Clubs: Lyceum (London), NaUonal Arts (N.Y. City).

SHOREY, Marian Lydia, Milwaukee-Downer

College, Milwaukee, Wis.

Professor of biology; b. Albion. Me., Feb. 6, 1874; dau. G.B. and Ellen M. (Oilman) Shorey; ed. Brown Univ., Ph.B. '04; A.M. '06; Chicago Univ., Ph.D. '09; fellow at Chicago Univ., 1907- 09. Instructor Brown Univ., 1904-06; instructor In zoology, Milwaukee-Downer Coll., 1908-09; prof, biology, 1909—. Research student and in- vestigator at Marine Biological Laboratory of Woods Hole, Mass., 1905-06-07-09; investigator at Harpswell Biological Laboratory, 1911; Puget Sound Marine Station, 1912; collaborator. Bureau of Plant Industries, 1907-08. Sec. Milwaukee branch Chicago Alumnae Club. Author: The Ef- fect of the Destruction of Peripheral Areas In the Differentiation of the Neuroblasts: A Study of the Differentiation of Neuroblasts In Artificial Culture Media. Mem. A.A.A.S., Am. Soc. Zoolo- gists, Sigma Xi, Ajss'n of Doctors of Philosophy of Chicago Univ., Downtown Club of Milwaukee.

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