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first recital in St. Petersburg when nine;
engaged for solo with Symphony Orchestra,
Pavlovsk, playing before audience of 5000;
later appeared in leading cities of the world;



in.ulc Nc-vv Yoi-k dchul, Oct. 21, ]!)17. Uonor
ol coiicorl liall, Tel-AvId (I'ulo.stlnc), 1925.
From 1917 to prcsi'iit has concerUzecl throuKli-
oul North anil South America and four limes
around the world.

Publications : Many comim-sltlons pub. by Carl

Fischer, Inc. (New York City).

Awards: Chevalier, L o j; 1 o n d'llonneur

(France), 1926; Officlcr, Legion d'llonneur,


Recreations: Table Tennis, sailing, tennis.
Bus. Address: Columbia Concerts Corp., 11.'!
W. 57th St., New York City.
Home Address: Harbor Island, Calif.; winter:
Redding, Conn.

HEIL. Walter. Ph.D.

Director, M. H. de Young Memorial Museum,
Golden Gate Park.

Born: Oppenheim (Germany), Nov. 10, 1890;
s. of Elizabeth (Lautenberger) and George

Education: Univ. of Munich, Paris, Frank-

Degrees: Ph.D., U. of Munich, 1921.
Married: Katherine, d. of Dr. Theodore R.
Buttrick, Detroit (Mich.), April 24, 1928;
ch. .- Barbara.

Prof. Record: Asst. Curator at Bavarian
State Galleries (Munich), 1922-23; research
work on Italian art under a fellowship from
German Govt, at the Inst, for the History of
Arts, Florence (Italy), 1923-26. Curator of
European Art at Detroit Inst, of Arts, 1926-
33; Dir., Calif. Palace of the Legion of Honor
(resigned 1940), 1933-40; since 1933, Dir.,
M. H. de Young Memorial Museum; 1939-40,
Dir. of Div. of European Art, Fine Arts Dept.,
Golden Gate International E.xposition.
Aioards: Cross of Chevalier Legion d'Honneur
(French Govt.), 1937.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Skiing, gardening.

Bus. Address: M. H. de Young Memorial Mu-
seum, Golden Gate Park, San Francisco,

Hoftie Address: 2555 Filbert St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif. •

HEINDEL, Augusta Foss

Author, Lecturer, Teacher; President, Co-
founder, The Rosicrucian Fellowship.

Born: Mansfield (Ohio), Jan. 27, 1865; d.
of Anna Marie (Right) and William Foss.

Education: Mansfield (Ohio) Public School.

Married : Max Heindel, Copenhagen (Den-

Prof. Record: Max Heindel is known the
world over as the greatest Mystic of the 20th
century; he organized the International Rosi-
crucian Fellowship with its world hq. in
Oceanside (Calif.); his books are translated
in every language; the Rosicrucian Cosmo
Conception has reached its 18th edit, and has
been printed in every language. Max and
Augusta Heindel between them have written
and printed 24 books which have a wide cir-
culation; Max Heindel passed into the great
beyond in Jan., 1919, and his wife has since
then edited the Rosicrucian Magazine and
carried on the work so ably started by her

Directorships: Pres., and Leader of The Rosi-

crucian l'"ellowHhlp; VIce-l^reH., Oceanside
Humane .Society.

I'nhlications: McHsagc o/ the Rtars; Astro-
Diagnosis; A Uuidn to Healing; Astrology and
the Ductless (Hands; Earlhbound; Evolution;
publisher of The Rosicrucian C'/Htno-Concep-
tion; Ancient and Modern Initiation; Free-
masonry and Catholicism; Gleanings of a
Mystic; Letters to Students; Mysteries of the
driiil Oiirnts; Occult Principals of Health and
Ilriiluni: Rosicrucian; Rosicrucian Philosophy
ill Questions and Answers; Rosicrucian Mys-
teries; The. Webb of Destiny; Bimplified Sci-
entific Astrology; Christ or Buddha; Nature
Spirits and Nature Forces; The Mystical In-
terpretation of Christmas.
Memberships: Clubs.- Bus. and Prof. Woman's
(Hon. Life Mem.), Nat. Woman's, Oceanside
Woman's, Peter Pan Woodland (Founder
Mem. J, Desert and Travel. Oceanside Cham-
ber of Commerce; Planning Comm. of Ocean-
side (Past Mem.).
Politics: Democrat.
Home: Mt. Ecclesla, Oceanside, Calif.

HEINEMAN. Irene Taylor, A.B., M.A.
Assistant State Superintendent of Public In-

Born: Byron (Calif.), Oct. 29, 1879; d. of
Mary (Fox) and A. V. Taylor.

Educatioyi: Oakland public schs., and Univ. of
Calif. (Berkeley).

Degrees: A.B., 1901, M.A. 1902, U. of Calif.
Married: Arthur S. Heineman, Hanford (Cal-
if.), Sept. 9, 1907; ch.; Elizabeth Taylor
Swope, Mary Heineman Pauly, and Ruth
Heineman McPhail.

Memberships: Nat. Bd., Amer. Assn. of Univ.
Women; Nat. Bd., YWCA; Advisory Bd.,
Calif. Congress of Parents and Teachers;
State Advisory Comm., Nat. Y.A. for Calif.;
Bd. of Trustees, Occidental Coll.; Exec.
Comm., So. Calif. Regional Branch, Progres-
sive Edn. Assn.; Edn. Comm., Los Angeles
Cham, of Comm.; League of Women Voters;
President, Calif. Assn. for Adult Edn.; Nat.
Edn. Assn., Div. of School Administrators;
Calif. Alumni Assn.

Memberships: Women's Univ., Women's Ath-
letic, and Friday Morning clubs; Plii Beta
Kappa, Kappa Alpha Theta, Delta Kappa

Directorships : Chmn., Edn. Comm., Amer. As-
sn. of Univ. Women; Joint Adminstrn. Bd.,
Pac. Coast Labor School; School Comm., So.
Calif. Unit, Amer. Council, Inst, of Pac. Re-
lations. Phi Beta Kappa Alumni in So. Calif.
(Hon. Coun.); Vice-Pres., Church Fed. of

Religion: Episcopal.

Bus. Address: State Bldg., Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 10551 Ashton Ave., W. Los
Angeles, Calif. •

HELLMAN, Isaias Warren, A.B.

Vice-President, Wells Fargo Bank and Union
Trust Co.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Sept. 10, 1899;
s. of Frances (Jacobi) and I. W. Hellman, Jr.

Education: Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1920.

Married: Katherine Payne, San Leandro (Cal-
if.), Sept. 16, 1935; ch.; Katherine.



Prof Record: With Wells Fargo Bank and
Union Trust Co. since 1920, Vice-Pres. and
Dir. since 1924.

Directorships: The Farmers and Merchants
National Bank (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Memberships The Family; Concordia- Argo-
naut- Olympic; Bereslord Country; San Ma-
teo- Burfingame Polo; Stock Exchange Lunch;
Press; Commonwealth.
Religion: Jewish.
Politics: Republican.
Recreation: Duck hunting.
Bus. Address: 4 Montgomery St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 2298 Forest View Rd., Hills-
borough, Calif.


Writer; 20th Century-Fox Film Corp.
Born: San Francisco (Calif.), July 4, 1885;
s. of Leah (Stalmack) and Benjamm Hell-

Education: San Francisco public schools;
Univ. of Calif. (Berkeley).
Degrees: A.B., U. of Calif., 1906.
Married: Selma, d. of Maurice Schwartz, St.
Louis (Mo.), June 22, 1913; ch. : Emmy
Lou and Verna.

Prof. Record: In newspaper bus. from 1906
to 1920; magazine writing from 1920 to 1933;
picture scenario writing from 1933—.
Publications: Two collections of short stor-
ies, one pub. by Harpers, the other by Little,

Religion : Jewish.

Bus. Address: 20th Century-Fox Film Corp.,
Beverly Hills, Calif.

Hoyne Address: 611 Beverly Dr., Beverly
Hills, Calif.

HELMS, The Reverend Elmer Ells-
worth, A.B., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D., S.T.D.,
D.D., Litt.D.

Pastor, First Methodist Church.
Born: Huntersville (Ohio), Nov. 8, 1863; s. of
Elizabeth and Daniel Helms.
Education: Ohio Northern Univ.; Ohio Wes-
leyan Univ.

Degrees A.B.. 1886, M.A., 1889, Ph.D., 1894,
LL D 1925, Ohio Northern U.; S.T.D., Syra-
cuse, 1925; D.D., U. of So. Calif., 1936; Litt.
D., Ohio Northern U.

Married- (D Ora, d. of Rebecca and Jacob
Hoy, July 27, 1888 (deceased). (2) Lois, d.
of Matilda and Dr. George Stanbro, Spring-
ville (N.Y.), Oct. 2, 1899; ch. Paul Hoy.
Prof Record: Pastor in Buffalo (N.Y.),
Wilkes Barre and Philadelphia (Pa.), First
Church (Los Angeles) from 1920. Financed
and built First Methodist Church (Los An-
geles), at a cost of over $1,500,000, also
received into the same church in 12 yrs.
6,000 members making it the largest church
of the Methodist Denomination in the world.
Traveled around the world and visited 45
different countries.

Directorships: Trustee, Univ. of So. Calif.;
Calif. Temperence Federation.
Publications: That Voting Man; Gate to
the Gospel; Living Bread; Forgotten Stories;
Men Who Made and Marred History; The
Gospel of the Mediterranean; God in History;

Trailing the Presidents; Life Stories, and 30

Memberships: Kappa Sigma; Los Angeles
Country Club; City Missionary Soc. ; Cahl.
Temperence Federation.
Religion : Methodist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Travel.

Home Address: 3945 Ingraham St., Los An-
geles, Calif.

HELVENSTON, Harold Finlef

Author, Artist; Associate Director, Oliver
Hinsdell Studio of Dramatic Art.
Born: Lake City (Fla.), Oct. 21, 1902; s. of
Annie Belle (Finley) and Humboldt Helven-

Education: Palm Beach High Sch.; Chicago
Art Inst • Yale Univ.; (Certificate of At-
taintainment, Yale Univ.. Dept. of the
Drama, School of Fine Arts).
Married Ruth Muzzy (div.), d. of G Albert
Lansburgh, San Francisco, Sept. 2, 1929;
ch.: Lynn.

Prof. Record: Cartoonist, Palm Beach Post
(Fla ) • Dir of Dramatics, Stanford U.,
1929-35- Dir., Bohemian Grove Play Sorcer-
er's Drum, 1932; Producer, Radio Station
KFRC (San Francisco), 1935; Dir. (Guest),
Mexico Citv Little Theatre, 1933: Story Dir.,
Walt Disney Studio, 1935-36-37; Dramatic
Coach, Paramount Studio (Hollywood), 1937-
38- Asso. Dir., RKO Talent (with Oliver
Hinsdell), 1940; Asso. Dir., Oliver Hinsdell
Studio of Dramatic Art, 1939-41. Former
Mem. of Bohemian Club (S.F.).
Directorships: Partner and Asso. Dir., The
Oliver Hinsdell Studio of Dramatic Art
(Hollywood) .

Publications: Horse Faces (Paddock Press),
1931: Scenery (a manual of scene design,
Stanford Univ Press), 1931; Maid in Holly-
wood (a satiric fiction about talent in Hol-
lywood; published by Harper and Davies,
Los Angeles), 1940.
Religion: Episcopal.

Recreations: Parlor games, chess, swimming,
and golf.

Bus. Address: 1515 Cross Roads of the
World, Hollywood, Calif.

Home Address: 142% So. Sweetzer, Los An-
geles, Calif.

HEMPSTEAD, Jr., David Bill, B.A.

Producer, RKO Radio Pictures.
Born: Salt Lake City (Utah), Oct. 2, 1909;
s. of Estelle Chandler (Hawk) and David
Bill Hempstead.

Education: Westminster Collegiate Inst.;
Univ. of Mich.

Degrees: B.A., U. of Mich., 1930.
Married: Eleanor, d. of Waldo Allard Avery,
in Grosse Polnte (Mich.), 1931; ch.: Avery
Lee (dau.) and David Bill, IV.
Bus. Record: Upon graduation from U. was
writer of numerous stories until assn. witn
motion pictures in 1938, when he became
Asso Producer: Hapjiy Landing, Little Miss
Broadway, Hold That Coed, Straight Place
and Show, Just Around the Corner 1938; /t
Could Happen to You, 1939 (all /or Twen-
tieth Century-Fox); Kitty Foyle (RKO Pic-
tures), 1940.



I't(blic(itu»i!i: Has wrltlon niaj;. fiction ami
ailk'li's on dramalic lilcralure and molion
pictures; author of nunicious slorlos and
screen plays for motion pictures since l'J31.
Memberships: Acad, of Motion Picture Arts
and Sciences; Bel- Air Bay Club; Zeta Psl.
Rcligkjin: Protestant.
Recreatiotis: Golf.

Bus. Address: RKO Radio Pictures, Inc.,
780 No. Gower St., Ilollyvvood, Calif.
Home Address: Beverly Hills, Calif. •

HENDERSON. Harry Finley. A.B., A.M.

Lecturer, School of Social Work, Univ. of

Calif, and Whittier Coll.

Born: Sunbeam (111.), Mar. 26, 1878; s. of

Laura A. (Finley) and John A. Henderson.

Education: Elsinore Union High School

(Calif.); Stanford Univ.; Oberlin School of


Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1909; A.M.,
Oberlin School of Theology, 1911.
Married: Margaret, d. of John Kerr, Pasa-
dena( Calif.), June 28, 1907; ch.: Jean Eliz-
abeth, Burton Finley, and John Philip.
Prof. Record: General Secy., YMCA, Stan-
ford U., 1905-06; Student Secy., Calif.
YMCA, 1906-10; Executive Secy., Central
YMCA, of Cleveland (Ohio), 1910-21; Gen-
eral Secy., YMCA of Los Angeles (Calif.),
1921-38; retired from YMCA service, 1938.
Directorships: Chmn., Bd. of E.xaminers,
Dept. of Registration and Certification,
Calif. Conference of Social Work; Vice-
Chmn., L. A. Co. Chapter, Amer. Assn.
Social Workers.

Memberships: Amer. Assn. of Soc. Workers;
Calif. Conference of Soc. Work.

Religion: Congregational Church.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Gardening, touring.

Home Address: 1703 Oak St., So. Pasadena,

Calif. Other: c/o School of Social Work,

Univ. of Southern California, Los Angeles,

HENDERSON, Lester D(ale), A.B., M.A.,

District Supt. of Schools, Burlingame, Calif.
Born: Lenox (Iowa), April 13, 1886; s. of
Elizabeth (Hamilton) and James L. Hender-

Educatictn: Public schools (Lenox, Iowa);
Tarkio Coll. (Mo.); Stanford Univ. (Calif.)

Degrees: A.B., Tarkio Coll., 1911; M.A.,
1930, Ed.D., 1935, Stanford Univ.

Married: B. Rae, d. of Josephine and Joseph
Mashln, Juneau (Alaska), Dec, 1920; ch.:
Joyce Lee and Charlotte.

Prof. Record: Teacher, rural schools (Iowa),
1905-07, Emmett (Idaho) High School, 1911-
12, Coeur d'AIene (Idaho) High School,
1912-14; Supt. of Schools, Juneau (Alaska),
1914-17; Commn. of Education for Alaska,
1917-29; First Commnr.. Organized Alaska
School System.

Publications: Alaska — Its Scenic Features,
Georgraphy, History and Government; Edu-
cation in Alaska — 1867-1930; Reports of Com-
missioner of Education, 1917-29; Edited Al-
aska School Bulletin, 1917-29.

Mcmbvrshipa: Mason; I'hi Delta Kappa,

(lion. Ed. Frat.); Rolarlan.

Heligion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Camping, gardening.

Bus. Address: 701 Paloma, Burlingame,

Home Address: 14.'{7 Bernal, Burlingame,



Presiding Justice, Barstow Judicial District.
Born: Forfarshire (Scotland, N.E.), Aug.
31, 1871 ; s. of Margaret (Mennle) and George

Education: Perth Academy (Scotland).
Married: Annie, d. of Margaret, and Donald
C. Henderson, Gla.sgow (Scotland), 1892;
ch. : George, Alfred, Madge, and Flora.
Prof. Record: Mercantile bus. in Scotland;
Merchant in Barstow since 1903; Real Es-
tate Broker. 1910—: Mining bus. since 1905;
Judge of Barstow Court since 1924.
Memberships: Masonic, Blue Lodge (Bar-
stow), Royal Arch, Knights Templar, Royal
and Select Masters of Calif., Shrine Temple,
32° (Long Beach), (Consistory); Kiwanis
Club (Ex-Pres., Barstow); Orange Belt
Shrine Club (San Bernardino) ; San Bernard-
ino Co. Peace Officers Assn.; Justice's and
Contsables Assn. of Calif.; Real Estate
Assn.; B.P.O.E. of San Bernardino; Auto
Club of So. Calif.

Religion: Presbyterian.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: 200 E. Main St., Barstow,

Home Address: 200 Williams St., Barstow,
Calif. •

HENDERSON, Randall, A.B.

Editor, Desert Magazine.

Born: Clarinda (Iowa), April 12, 1888; s. of

Katherine Mary (Thomas) and Nelson Rankin


Education: High School (Shenandoah, Iowa);
Univ. of So. Calif.

Degrees: A.B., U. of So. Calif., 1911.
Married: Vera Louise, d. of Louise and
Louis Riopel, Santa Ana (Calif.), Oct. 17,
1911; ch.: Evonne, and Rand.
Prof. Record: Reporter, Los Angeles Times,
1910-11; Editor, Blythe Herald (Calif.), 1912-
22; Editor and Publisher, Calexico Chronicle
(Calif.), 1922-36; Editor, The Desert Maga-
zine, (El Centro, Calif.), 1937 to present

Army Sericve: Enlisted Army Aviation Ser-
vice, Dec, 1917. Ground School at Colum-
bus (Ohio), and commissioned 2nd Lieut.,
Air Reserves, April, 1918. Flying training
at Kelly Field (Te.xas). Pilot's rating in
March, 1919, now 1st Lieut, in Army Air

Memberships: Elks; Rotary; Sierra Club of
Calif.; So. Calif. Historical Soc.
Religion: Protestant.

Recreations: Mountain climbing; desert ex-
ploration; rock and mineral collecting; pho-

Bus. Address: 636 State St., El Centro, Calif.

Home Address: 823 So. Sixth St., El Centro,



HENDRIKS Francis Milton, Mus.M.
Composer, Pianist.

Born: New York City, Nov. 28, 1883; s. of
Rebecca (Augusta) and Albert Theophilus

Education: Private and public schools, Den-
ver (Colo.),; Denver Coll. of Music; Pupil
of Godowsky, Kaun, and Busoni m piano
and theory (Berlin, Germany.)
Degrees: Mus.M., Denver Coll. of Music, 1922.
Married: (1) Helga Katinka Ronne, Paris
(France), July 3, 1910; ch. : Helga Mary;
(2) Kathleen Wheeler, Denver, 1931.
Prof Record: Made concert tours in Europe,
USA- Dir. of Piano, Denver Coll. of Music,
1922-35; now composing and teaching pri-

Compositions: Composed over 85 works for
Diano voice, orchestra, technique published
by Schirmer, White-Smith, Boston Music Co.,
etc., also some works published in Europe.)
Memberships: Cactus Club; Denver Musicians
Guild (Calif). Phi Mu Alpha Smfonia Frat-
ernity of America.

Home Address: 720 Lorenzo, Santa Monica,
Canyon, Calif.

HENKEL, Elmer Earl

Publisher, the Cutler-Orosi Courier.
Born- Denver (Colo.), Jan. 23, 1914; s. of
Katherine (Neilsen) and Jacob Henkel.
Education: High School (Dinuba, Calif.).
Married: Eilene A., d of Mrs. Edna K.
Ingram, Reno (Nev.), Sept. '^i, 1934, eh..
Charlene Ann, Gary Elmer.
Prof. Record: Began working for the Dinuba
Sentinel in 1930; advanced through the dif-
ferent stages of the printing industry; pur-
chased the Cutler-Orosi Courier, 1939 (haa
worked for this newspaper five yrs. prior to
purchase) .

Memberships : Majority Mem. of the De-
Molays (held the office of Master Coun-
cillor) .

Religion Protestant.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Tennis, baseball, swimming, all
kinds of sports.

Bus. Address: 380 E. El Monte Way, Orosi,

Home Address: 560 E. El Monte Way, Orosi,

HENNESSEY, Denis Lawrence, A.B.,

State Supervisor Citizenship and Literacy.
Born: St. Croix County (Wis.), June 22,
1873; s. of Margaret (Murphy) and Denis
Richard Hennessey.

Education: Elementary schools, St. Croix Co.;
High School, Hudson; Normal School, River
Falls (Wis.); Univ. of Wis. (Madison); Univ.
of Calif. (Berkeley).

Degrees: A.B., 1903, Univ. of Wis.; M.A.,
1913, Univ. of Calif.

Married: Grace M., d. of Anastasia and
Charles Schmalz, Berkeley (Calif.), June
1, 1916; ch. : Lenore and Lilian.
Prof Record: Has always been engaged in
educational profession as Teacher, Principal,
Supervisor, Superintendent; published a cit-
izenship-text which is used by 60 per cent
of the foreign-born candidates for citizen-

ship in the Pacific Coast states; Prin. High
School, Alma (Wis.), 1903-04; Supt. Schools,
Hudson (Wis.), 1904-07; Supt. Schools, Black
River Falls (Wis.), 1907-10; Prin. High School
Pullman (Wash.), 1910-11; Prin., Junior
High School, Berkeley (Calif.) and Adult Edn.
Dir Berkeley, 1915-1938; Citizenship Instr.,
San Francisco, 1924-32 (evening schools);
State Supervisor of Citizenship and Literacy,

Publications: Twenty Five Lessons in Citizen-
s/up (now in 48th ed.); Twenty Five Great
Americans; sketches, stories, educational ar-

Memberships: Lions; Elks; Knights of Col-
umbus; Commonwealth Club.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Poultry raising, writing. Red
Cross work.

Bits. Address: 660 Mission St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1009 Oxford St., Berkeley,

HENNESSY, Major Harold Richard,

U.S.Army (M.C.), A.B., B.S., M.B.,
M.D., C.P.H.

Physician and Surgeon and Medical Health

Born: Two Harbors (Minn.), Aug. 12, 1903;
s. of Maurice A. Hennessy.
Education Carleton College, Northfield
(Minn.); Univ. of Minn.; Univ. of Calit.
Degrees: A.B., 1926; Carleton Coll. ; B.S.,
M.B., 1930, M.D., 1931, U. of Minn.; C.P.H .
1939, U. of Calif (School of Public Health).
Married: Helen A., d. of Fred H. Louns-
berry Duluth (Minn.), July 24, 1930; ch. :
Helen V. (9), Irene E. (5), and Harold R.,
Jr. (3), and Marjorie (1).
Prof. Record: Physician, Los Angeles (Zity
Health Dept., 1932; private practice in Los
Angeles, 1933; Medical Officer, U.S. Army,
1933-38; Medical Officer, Calif. State Dept.
of Public Health, 1938-39; Health Officer,
and 1st Dir. of Sutter- Yuba Bi-County Public
Health Unit (there is only one bi-county
full time public health unit in Calif.), 1939-

Army Record: 1st Lieut., Med. Res., U.S.
Army, 1930, Capt. same, 1934, Major, same,
1939; active duty, 1933-1938; extended active
duty with Regular Army (Medical Unit Instr.,
Northern Calif. Military District), 1941.
Memberships: Phi Beta Pi (medical); County,
State and Amer. Medical Assns.; Amer. Pub-
lic Health Assn.; Assn. of Military Surgeons
of the U.S.; Internal. Soc. Medical Health
Officers, and Sojourners.
Religion Protestant.
Recreation: Travel.

Bus. Address: California State Dept. of Pub-
lic Health, San Francisco, Calif.; and (Mil-
itary Address:) Headquarters, Northern Cal-
if. Military District, Presidio of San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1164 Alvira St., Los Angeles,


Lawyer; Land Agent, Tide Water Associated
Oil Company.

Born: St. Louis (Mo.); s. of Mary (Dooley)
and Thomas B. Hennessy.



Education: St. Mary's College (Kan.) ; George-
town Univ.; Univ. of San Kranclsco.
Degrees: LL.B., 1917, Univ. of San Francisco.
Married: Susan, d. of Peter WooUs; ch. :

Prof. Record: Stenographer and Clerk, 111.
Central U.K..; Secy, to Vlcc-Pres. and Gen.
Mgr., Union Pacific R.R.; Secy, to Chief En-
gineer and Secy to Vice-Pres. and Chief
Counsel, Southern Pacific Co.; Attorney, U.S.
II. 11. Admin.; Land Agent, Tide Water Assoc.
Oil Co.

Directorships: Secy., Oil Operators, Inc.
Memberships: Knights of Columbus.
Religion: Catholic.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: Pacific Electric Bldg., Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 1174 Tremaine Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif. *

HENRY. (Bill) William Mellors. A.B.

Columnist and War Correspondent, Los An-
geles Times.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), Aug. 21, 1890;
s. of Margaret (Weddell) and John Quincy
Adams Henry, D.D.

Education: Peddle School (N.J.); Bedford
and Huntington (England); Lausanne (Swit-
zerland); Los Angeles High School; Sydney
Univ. (Australia) ; Occidental College (Los
Angeles) .

Degrees: A.B., 1914, Occidental Coll.
Married: Corinne, d. of Sallle (Cox) and
William L. Stanton, Los Angeles (Calif.),
Sept. 9, 1914; ch. : Margaret (Henry) Mc-
Hargue, Patricia (Henry) Yeomans, and
Mary Virginia. (Patricia won the U.S. Girls
Tennis Championship, Philadelphia, 1935; Wo-
men's Intercollegiate Championship, Boston,
1936-37) .

Prof. Record: Joined staff of Los Angeles
Times as College Correspondent, 1912; has
been Sports Editor, Automobile Editor, Sun-
day Editor, Aviation Expert, War Corres-
pondent and Columnist. Advertising Mgr.,
Glenn L. Martin Co. (Aircraft), Cleveland,
1919; with Donald Douglas, organized Doug-
las Aircraft (Vice-Pres., Secy.), 1921; Editor,
Touring Topics (Auto Club of So. Calif.),
1920-22; Technical Dir. and Exec. Com. 1932
Olympic Games; Technical Advisor 1936, 1940
Olympic Games. Former Pres. Calif. Tennis
Assn. First Accredited Radio War Corres-
pondent, Accredited to Allied Forces in
France, Oct. 1, 1939 for C.B.S.
Directorships: Vice-Pres., Stone Educational
Foundation; Dir. So. Calif. Tennis Assn. (for-
mer Pres.).

Memberships: Sunset, Los Angeles Tennis
former Pres.), Los Angeles Athletic, and
Jonathan Clubs.
Religion: Baptist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis, swimming.
Bus. Address: The Los Angeles Times, Los
Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 760 So. Bronson Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif.

HENTSCHKE, Walter G.. A.B.

Executive Secretary-Treasurer, Manager, Red-
lands Cooperative Fruit Association.
Born: Redlands (Calif.), May 3, 1891; s. of
Marie (Steiniger) and Max Hentschke.

Education: Public .schools, Redlands; Univ.
of Redlands.

Degrees: A.B., 1914, Univ. of Jiedlands.
Married: Anita M., d. of A. L. CJordon, Ox-
nard (Calif.), Apr. 18, 1917; ch. .■ Mr.s. Lois
II. Scholton, Rita, Jean, Gail, and Betty.
Prof. Record: After graduating from college,
was employed by the Redlands Cooperative
Fruit Assn., as Receiver; advanced to Man-
ager of the same firm in 1929.
Directorships: Board of Trustees, Univ. of
Redlands; Mem. and Chmn. Redlands Ele-
mentary School Board; Chmn. Redlands Union
High School District.
Memberships: Mason.
Religion : Baptist :
Politics: Republican.

Bus. .Address; 330 N. Sixth St., Redlands,

Home Address: 24 So. University St., Red-
lands, Calif.

HEPNER. WaHer Ray. A.B., M.A., Ed.D.
President, San Diego State College.

Born Covina (Calif.), Oct. 30, 1891; s. of
Mary Minerva (Jones) and William Henry

Education: Covina (Calif.), Public and High
Schools; La Verne College; Unic. of So.
Calif.; Univ. of Chicago; Univ. of Calif.

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