On 23 May 1917, Chester Bodine registered for the World War 1 draft in Pasadena, California. He reported he had been born 17 Oct 1895 in Mansfield, Ohio, worked as a farmer for the Marigold Ranch Company in Redlands County, was a member of the Ambulance Corps of Pasadena, and was single. In 1930, Chester and Marion Bodine lived in Pasadena, Los Angeles County where Chester worked as a sign poster. Chester and Marion Bodine had no children.
From Los Angeles County, California Marriage Records:
Chester C. Bodine, 29, of Pasadena, Calif., born in Ohio, son of Frank C. Bodine & Jenner C. Peck AND Marion M. Phillips, 30, of Pasadena, Calif., born in Iowa, daughter of William Phillips & Margarete Staufpacker, were married 4 Sept 1925 in Pasadena, by William C. Hull, Minister of the Diciples of Christ Church.