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Alice Pleasance Hunter Chilton Edit Profile

also known as MRS. St. John Poindexter Chilton

State official , Vocational counselor

Alice Pleasance Hunter Chilton, American Former state official, vocational counselor ( govt: executive administration)former state official, vocational counselor. Recipient certificate of meritLa. Academy Science, 1960.

Background

Chilton, Alice Pleasance Hunter was born on April 16, 1911 in Boyce, Louisiana, United States. Daughter of Albert Eugene and Maggie (Texada) Hunter.

Education

Bachelor, Louisiana College, 1930. Master of Science, Louisiana State University, 1934, Doctor of Philosophy, 1982, Guidance Counselor certificate,1954.

Career

Teacher secondary school, Glenmore, Louisiana, 1931-1935. With Louisiana Division Employment Security and United States Employment Service, Baton Rouge, 1937-1974, employment interviewer and supervisor, 1937-1943, personnel officer, 1943-1946, operations analyst, 1946-1955, supervisor counseling and technical services, 1955-1974. Former state official, vocational counselor.

B. Boyce, Louisiana, April 16, 1911. Daughter of Albert Eugene and Maggie (Texada) Hunter. Bachelor, Louisiana College, 1930.

Master of Science, Louisiana State University, 1934, Doctor of Philosophy, 1982, Guidance Counselor certificate, 1954. Married St. John Poindexter Chilton, March 2, 1935. Teacher secondary school, Glenmora, Louisiana, 1931-1935.

With Louisiana Division Employment Security and United States Employment Service, Baton Rouge, 1937-1974, employment interviewer and supervisor, 1937-1943, personnel officer, 1943-1946, operations analyst, 1946-1955, supervisor counseling and technical services, 1955-1974. Member curriculum study committee East Baton Rouge, Parish School Board, 1968. Recording secretary Quota International, Baton Rouge, 1961-1962, Second vice president, 1963-1964.

Board directors YWCO. Recipient certificate of merit Louisiana Academy of Sciences, 1960. Member National Trust Historic Preservation, Louisiana Genealogical and History Society (president 1957), Louisiana Landmarks Society, Foundation for History Louisiana, Kent Plantation House, Inc. (sec.1979-1981), Preservation Resource Center, Louisiana Preservation Alliance (director 1984-1986), History Association of Center Louisiana (board directors 1980-1986, 89—), Alexandria History and Genealogical Library and Museum (board directors 1986-1990), Central Louisiana Genealogical Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, Phi Kappa Phi.

Methodist.

Religion

The relationship with God in Covenant is like a marriage between human beings – both as a community and as individuals – on the one side and God in Christ on the other.

Politics

God seeks to transform relationship with and between people. If politics is about how we choose to live together and to treat one another, there is surely a place for discerning the activity of God in politics.

Views

All Christians can seek to create a way of life deliberately designed to overcome evil with good and to promote justice for all.

Membership

Member curriculum study committee East Baton Rouge, Parish School Board, 1968. Recording secretary Quota International, Baton Rouge, 1961-1962, Second vice president, 1963-1964. Board directors YWCO. Member National Trust Historic Preservation, Louisiana Genealogical and History Society (president 1957), Louisiana Landmarks Society, Foundation for History Louisiana, Kent Plantation House, Inc.

(secretary 1979-1981), Preservation Resource Center, Louisiana Preservation Alliance (director 1984-1986), History Association of Center Louisiana (board directors 1980-1986, 89—), Alexandria History and Genealogical Library and Museum (board directors 1986-1990), Central Louisiana Genealogical Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, Phi Kappa Phi.

Connections

Married St. John Poindexter Chilton, March 2, 1935.

father:
Albert Eugene Hunter

mother:
Maggie (Texada) Hunter

spouse:
St. John Poindexter Chilton