Mary Alice Patterson
PATTERSON, Mary Alice: State Legislator; b. Aug. 25, 1881, Red Creek, Utah; d. William W. and Rachel Erma (Allen) Berry; ed. Public, H.S., Ariz.; U. of Utah; Northern Ariz. Teachers Coll.; John Hopkins U.; Calif. schools; Bus. Coll.; m. Walton Patterson, Feb. 25, 1911, Mesa, Ariz.; ch. 4, Pauline, Virginia, Norine, and Genevieve. School Teacher, P.S. of Ariz., 21 years. City schools of Balto., 4 yrs., 1899-1926 [?]. Official Reporter in Ariz. Constitutional Conv., 1910. Stenographer, typist, reporting for Judiciary Comm., other Comm. in First State Legislature, Second State Legislature, 3rd and 8th Legislatures, 1912-1917. Mem. House of Repr., 3rd Legislative Dist., Maricopa Co., 9th Legislature, 1929-, Stenographer, typist, file clerk, in Motor Vehicle Div., State Highway Dept., apptd. 1927-. Mem.: Parent-Teacher Assn.; Church of Jesus Christ of L.D.S.; Natl. Relief Soc. Club; Womens Dem. (Maricopa Co.) Res.: 414 North 11th St. Office: House of Repr., Capitol, Phoenix, Ariz.