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Memberships: Wilshire Lodge No 445, F. and
A.M.; BPOE, No. 99; Acacia Club.
Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Ciiess and gymnasium.
Bus. Address: 330 No. Broadway, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 2406 Canyon Dr.. Los Angeles,

HOLT, Marshall Keyser

Mining and Chemical Engineer.
Born: Alexandria (Ky.), Feb. 24 1874: d- ot
Marshall J. and Mary (Marshall) Keiser.
Education: Kentucky Univ. (Lf.>^ington) :
Ohio Mechanic's Inst. (Cincinnati); Inst, of
Tech. (Munich) .

Married: Leland Wallace Holt (of No. Yar-
mouth, Maine), at Alexandria Ky.) , Mar-
is 1903 (deceased Nov. 10, 1908), Mrs. Holt
adopted, reared, and educated six orphan

Bus History: Teacher, Chemist, West Java
Sular Expt Sta.; Chemist, Hawaii; Mining
Engineer, Colorado, New Mexico, Mexico,
Alaska, Banca; Author, Contributor to agric,
chem., and mining journals.
Directorships: President, New Mex. Coal and
Iron Mining Company; President Holt Land
and Cattle Company; Owner and Publisher,
Orchard and Farm (San Francisco).
Politics: Democrat.

Home Address: Holtwold, Marinita Park, San
Rafael, Calif.

HOLTON, Charles Rufus


Born: Ambay (Ind.), June 4, 1882; s of
Hattie E. (Baldwin) and Quincy Adams Rol-
lin Hoi ton.

Education: Pub. schs. (Ramona, San Diego
Co., Calif.); Throop Polytechnic Inst now
Calif. Inst, of Tech.), (Pasadena, Calif.),
Univ. So. Calif.

Married: (D Annette, d. of Mary (Eddel-
man) and Zachariah L. Underwood, at Pasa-
dena, July 1, 1905 (dec. Jan. 5, 1907); ch..
Louise Annette (Mrs. Earl C. Clevenger) of
No. Whittier Heights (Calif.). (2) Lura V.,
d of Mary (Lott) and Samuel K. Corl, at
Nogales (Ariz.), May 31, 1924.
Prof Record: Mem., Enyiart and Holton
Tl A. and Whittier, Calif.). 19.12-16; Sloan,
Holton and Scott (Phoenix, Ariz.), 1918-32,
conducted law office at Whittier (Calif.),
1932—; specializing in appellate work before
the Courts of Appeal of the State of Calif.
Religion: Quaker (Soc. of Friends).
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Books and gardening.

Bus. Address: Bank of America Bldg.. Whit-
tier, Calif.

Home Address: 575 Ocean View Lane, Whit-
tier, Calif.

ROMAN. Dean Walter Joseph, A.B.,

M.R.E., Ph.D.

Educator; Dean of Lower Division, San Fran-
cisco State College.

Born: Des Moines (la.). Mar. 19, 1895; s.
of Nellie (Foley) and Oliver Morton Homan.
Education: Pub. schs. (Des Moines, la.); Wm.
Penn Coll.; Boston U.; Yale U.
Degrees: A.B.. Wm. Penn Coll., 1922; M.R.E.,
Boston U, 1924; Ph.D., Yale U., 1934
Married: Marjorie, d of Elsie P- and Dr. E.
M Carney, at Seattle (Wash.), Aug. 22,
1924; ch.: Earl Morton and John Elburt.
Prof. Record: Prof, of Religion, Registrar.
Whittier Coll. (Whittier, Calif.), 7 yrs.; Prof,
of Religion and Philosophy, U. of Hawaii
(Honolulu, T.H.), 3 yrs.; at S.F. State Coll.
since 1937.

Publications: Children and Quakerism (Gil-
lick Press, Berkeley, Calif.); Co- Author (with
Tyler and others). Learning to Live (Farrar
Rinehart Co.).

Memberships: Natl. Council on Religion in
Higher Educ; Kappa Delta Pi.
Religion: Soc. of Friends (Quakers).
Pontics.- Republican.

Bits. Address: San Francisco State Coll.. San
Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 1034 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley,



Born- Newton (111.), March 25, 1886; s. of
Rebecca Ann (Jackson) and John Wiley Honey.
Education: Newton, and San Francisco.
Married: Irene M., d. of G. B. Gazzola, at
San Francisco, Jan. 31, 1912.
Navy Service: Served in U.S. Navy. 1904-
08, 1918-19.

Memberships: Masonic; I.O.O.F.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Boats and photography.
Bus. Address: First National Bank Bldg.,
Stockton, Calif.

Home Address: 2505 Clarendon Ave., Stock-
ton, Calif.

HONNOLD, Arthur Rankin. LL.B.

Born- Ord (Neb.), Mar. 7, 1876; s. of
Eceneith (McMichael) and Richard Truman

Education: High Sch. (Ord, Neb ) ; Bus Coll
(Grand Island. Neb.); U. of Neb. (Coll. of
Law) .

Degrees: LL.B., U. of Neb., 1904.
Married: Marguerita V. d. of James Van
Horn, at Belle Fourche (S. Dak.), Nov. 22,
1911; ch.: Arthur R., and Helene Peggy.
Prof'. Record: Started general law practice,
Ord (Neb.), 1904-06, Denver (Colo.), 1906-
09; Atty. for Dept. of Interior, Bureau of
Reclamation for Colo., Wyoming, Neb S
Dak and Okla., 1909-19; Special Asst. Atty.
Gen.' of U.S., in charge of legal matters per-
taining to water in same states, 1913-14, law
prSe, Scottsbluff (Neb.), 1919-23; Escon-


WHO'S w n f) IN c A L I v d r n r a

(liild (Calil.), l;ci-.iri; Ally., lUireau of Hvc-
Inmalion, Df|>t. "f Intfiior In field charge
ICKal maffors (Jieal Central Valley Project,
Sacramento (Calif.), liKiS— ; served as City
Atty. of Scoltsbluff (Neb.), 4 yrs., of K.scon-
dido (Calif.), 7 yrs.; City .JudKc, Escondldo,
3 yrs.; elected to Calif. State Legislature as
Assemblyman, li).i(); admitted to practice in
all Slate Courts, U.S. Court.s, Court of Claims
and Supreme Court of U.S.; Author and Col-
laboralor of many irrigation and other laws
in Calif., Colo., Neb., and other states.

Publications: lias written numerous legal

Mcinbrrships: Sacramento, Calif. Bar Assn.;
Stale Bar of Calif., A.F. and A.M.; M.W.A.;
Peter Pan Woodland and Kiwanis (Past-
Pres.) Clubs.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fishing, prospecting, and out-
door activities.

Bus. Address: Old Post Office Bldg., Sacra-
mento, Calif.

Home Address: Sacramento Hotel, Sacra-
mento, Calif.; Escondido, Calif.

HONNOLD. William L., E.M., D.Engr.,
Sc.D., LL.D.
Mining Engineer (retired).
Born; Oconee (111.), Apr. 16, 1866; s. of
Sarah (Ernest) and Rev. Robert Honnold.

Education: U. of Mich. (1887-88); Mich. Coll.
of Mines and Tech.

Degrees: E.M., 1895, D.Engr., 1937, Mich.
Coll. of Mines and Tech.; Sc.D., Claremont
Colls., 1936; LL.D., Kno.x Coll., 1927.

Married: Caroline (of Chicago, 111.), d. of
E. E. Burton, at San Francisco, Nov. 12,

Bus. Record: From 1895 to 1902 was engaged
in consulting work in U.S.A., Alaska and
Mex. for mining companies; from 1902-15:
Consulting Engr. and subsequently Manag-
ing Dir. and Chmn. of the Bds. of various
subsidiary mining companies constituting the
Consolidated Mines Selection Co. (London)
group in Johannesburg, So. Africa; Perma-
nent Dir., Anglo- Amer. Corp. of So. Africa
Ltd. (Johannesburg).

Publications: Various professional papers pub-
lished in So. Africa prior to 1915.
Awards: Commander Order of Crown (Bel-
gium) ; Medaille, Commemorativ du Comite
Natl. (Belgium) ; Medaille, Reconnaissance
Francais, received about 1918.
Memberships: L.A. Country, Bel- Air Country,
Bel-Air Bay, Calif., and Sunset Clubs (all
of L.A.); Phi Delta Theta, Tau Beta Pi, Phi
Beta Kappa, Phi Beta Kappa Associates.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golt and fishing.

Btis. Address: Pacific Mutual Bldg., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 356 St. Pierre Rd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

HOOVER. Jr., Herbert, A.B., M.B.A.


Born: London (Eng.), Aug. 4, 1903; s. of Lou

(Henry) and Herbert Hoover (31st Pres. of


Hir/rrrs:, Sl.inford U., 1925; M.B A
Harvard U., 1928.

Married: Marg.irct Watson, June 25, 1925;
ch.: Margaret Ann, Herbert III, and Joan
Led lie.

lias. Record: Began as Mining Engr., 1925-
Mem., Research Staff, Harvard Bus. Sch.,
192H-29; Communications fJngr., Western Air
E.\, 1929-31, Tran.scontinental and West-
ern Air (TWA), Inc., m'il-.'Ji; Teaching Fel-
low, Calif. Inst. Tech., 1934-35; Cons. Engr.,
Pasadena, since 1934.

Directorships: Pres., United Geophysical Co.,
Consolidated Engring. Corp., United Geophys-
ical Co., United Exploration Co.; Dir., C.R.B
Educ. Foundation.

Me7nberships: Amer. Inst. Mining and Metal!
Engrs.; Inst. Radio Engrs.; Soc. Expltn. Geo-
physicists; Amer. Assn. Petroleum Geologists.
Clubs: University (N.Y.i, University and
California (L.A.), Bohemian (S.F.).

Bus. Address: 1255 E. Green St., Pasadena

Home Address: 500 No. Michillinda Ave
Sierra Madre, Calif.

HOOVER. Herbert Clark

Thirty-first President of United States.
Philanthropist, Humanitarian, Engineer.
Born: West Branch (Iowa), Aug. 10, 1874- s
of Hulda Randall (Minthorn) and Jesse Clark

Education: Stanford University.

Degrees: A.B. in Engrg., Stanford, 1895; hon.

degs. from 49 instns. in U.S. and abroad.

Married: Lou, d. of Florence (Weed) and

Charles D. Henry, in Monterey (Calif.), Feb

10, 1899; ch.: Herbert Clark, Jr., and Allan


Prof. Record: Professional work in mines,
rys., metall. works, in U.S., Mexico, Canada,
Australia, Italy, Great Britain, So. Africa,
India, China, Russia, etc., 1895-1913; repre-
sented Panama-Pacific Internal. Expn., in
Europe, 1913-14; Chmn., Amer. Relief Com.
(London, Eng.), 1914-15; Chmn., Commn. for
Relief in Belgium, 1915-19; U.S. Food
Adminstr., June, 1917-July, 1919; served as
Mem., War Trade Council: Chmn., U.S. Grain
Corpn., U.S. Sugar Equalization Bd., Inter-
allied Food Council, Supreme Economic Coun
cil, European Coal Council; Chmn., Amer
Relief Adminslrn., since 1919; Vice-Chmn.
Pres. Wilson's Second Industrial Conf., 1920
Chmn., European Relief Council since 1920,
apptd. Secty. of Commerce by Pres. Harding,
1921, reapptd. by Pres. Coolidge; Chmn.
President's Conf. on Unemployment, 1921.
Mem., Adv. Com., Limitation of Armaments
Conf., 1921; Chmn., Colo. River Commn.
Chmn., Spl. Miss. Flood Relief Commn., 1927
President of the United States, term, 1929-33
renominated for President, Rep. Nat. Conv.,

Directorships: Trustee, Stanford U., Mills
Coll., Carnegie Instn. of Wash., Henry E.
Huntington Libr. and Art Gallery; Climn.,
C.R.B. Ednl. Fund, Amer. Children's Fund,
Boys' Clubs of Amer.; Dir., New York Life
Ins. Co.

Publications: Americari Individualism, 1922;
The Challenge to Liberty, 1934; American
Road, 1938; Joint Translator (with Lou
Henry Hoover), De Re Metallica from Latin
of Georg Agricola, 1556, 1912.
Awards: Medals from Amer. and foreign
orgns. and societies; hon. citizen of various
European Cities.

Memberships: Amer. Inst, of Mining and



Metall. Engrs. (Pres., 1920); Amer Engrg,

Council (Pres., 1921); Amer. Child Health

Assn. (Pres., 1922) ; World War Debt Com.,


Politics: Republican.

Home Address: Stanford University, Calif.*

HOOVER, Lou Henry. A.B.

Born- Waterloo (Iowa); d. of Florence
(Weed) and Charles D. Henry.
Education: Pub. schs. of Iowa and Calif.;
Stanford U.

Degrees: A.B., Stanford U., 1898; numerous
honorary degrees.

Married: Herbert Hoover (31st President of
United States), s. of Jesse Hoover, at Mon-
terey (Calif.), Feb. 10, 1899; ch. : Herbert,
Jr. and Allan Henry.

Publications: Translator (with Herbert
Hoover) De Re Metallica from Latm of <jeorg
Agricola, 1556. 1912; Contbr. to scientific and
histl. pubis.

Memberships: Mem., Officer, and Hon. Offi-
cer of many ednl. and philanthropic orgn&.
Home Address: Stanford University, Calif.

HOOVER. Dean Theodore Jesse. A.B.

Dean Emeritus of Engineering, Stanford Uni-

Born: West Branch (la.), Jan. 28, l^^\' J-^
of Huldah Randall (Minthorn) and Jesse
Clark Hoover.
Education: Stanford Univ.
Degrees: A.B., Stanford, 1901.
Married: Mildred Crew, d. of Thomas Snow-
den Brooke, at San Francisco, June 6, 1899,
ch.: Mildred Brooke (Mrs. C. G. Willis),
Hulda Brooke (Mrs. C. A. MacLean), and
Louise Brooke.

Bus. Record: Engineer; Geologist; Mgr. of

Mines; Educator; Author.

Publications: Concentration of Ores by Flo-
tation; Economics of Mining; The Engineering


Army Service: Colonel, Ordnance Res., U.S.A.

Religion: Friends.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Farming.

Bus. Address: Stanford University, Calif.

Home Address: Rancho del Oso, Davenport,


HOPKINS. Pryns. Ph.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Editor and Publisher, Freedom and Unity.
Born: Oakland (Calif.), March 5, 1885; s. of
Mary I (Booth) and Charles Harris Hopkins.
Education: Horton School (Oakland) ;Thacher
School (Ojai); Hill School (Penn.); Yale,
Columbia; Univ. of London.
Degrees: Ph.B., Yale, 1906; M.A., Columbia,
1910; Ph.D., Univ. of London, 1927.
Married: Fay Cartledge, London (England),
Dec. 20, 1933; ch.: Peter, Eileen Mary, Jen-

Prof. Record: 1912-18, Headmaster, Boy Land
Experimental School (Santa Barbara, Calif.) ,
1925-35 Owner and Supervisor, Chateau de
Bures Boys' School (near Paris, France);
1928-40 Hon. Lecturer in Psychology at Uniy.
Coll of the Univ. of London (England) ;
Editor-Publisher of Freedom and Unity,
Publications: Philosophy of Helpfulness, 1919;

Father or Sons, A Study in Social Psychology
(Kegan Paul & Co.), 1927; Psychology of
Social Movements, 1938; Successful Study
(Allen & Unwin), 1941; and numerous articles
and reviews in psychological and other scien-
tific journals.

Memberships: Clubs: Yale (N.Y.) ; Union In-
ternallie (Paris); Hurlingham (London). Sci-
entific bodies: Amer. Psychol. Soc. (assoc);
Soc. for Psy. Study of Soc. Issues; British
Psy Soc. (educational, medical and sociolog-
ical sections); Folk Lore Soc. (London); Inst,
for the Scientific Treatment of Delinquency
(London); London Inst, of Psychoanalysis
(assoc); Soc. for Study of Religions (Lon-
don); Sociological Inst. (London), etc.
Religion: Ethical Culture.
Recreations: Tennis, riding, swimming,
strange places, philosophy.
Bus. Address: Claremont Colleges, Calif.
Home Address: 1900 Garden St., Santa Bar-
bara, Calif.

HOPKINS, The Reverend William
Henry, B.L., B.D.


Born: Leeds (Columbia Co.. Wis.), June 5,
1866; s. of Harriet (Sawyer) and Richard

Education: Univ. of Wisconsin; Chicago Theo-
logical Seminary.

Degrees: B.L., 1892, B.D., 1895, Chicago Theo-
logical Seminary.

Married: Emma Sawyer, d. of Wm. Jones,
Leeds (Wis.), Oct. 18, 1895; ch.: Allen Saw-
yer, William Richard.

Prof Record: Organized and built Groso Park
Congregational Church (Chicago, now Addison
Ave Church); Pastor, Third Cong. Church
(Denver); Editor: Rocky Mountain Congre-
gationalist; Cong. Supt. for Colo.; Supt. of
8 Southern States; E d i \. o r -.Congregational
News; Pastor: Manitou (Colo.) Community
Church, Olivet Cong. Church (L.A.), Ramona
Cong. Christian Church.
Religion: Congregational.
Politics: Progressive Republican.
Recreations: Auto trips and gardening.
Bus. Address: 250 Washington St., Hawthorne,
Home Address: Ramona, Calif.

HOPPER. Charles Blauvelt

Realtor; Developer and Gen. Sales Agent,
Bel-Air and Lakewood Village.
Born: Titusville (Pa.), Sept. 26, 1880; s. of
Elizabeth (Harriman) and Isaac Blauvelt

Education: L.A. High Schl. (Calif.); Stanford
U., 1905.

Married: Eleanor Hamlin Rogers, Pasadena
(Calif.), Jan. 10, 1923; ch.: Mrs. John M.
Mylne, Jr. (Virginia); Mrs. Robt. V. Lind-
berg (Elizabeth); Charles B., Jr.; Harold

Bus. Record: 1905-22, Developer and Sub-
divider of large real estate projects such as.
South Gate, South Park Gardens, Tuscon
Farms, etc.; 1906, Organized (with others)
Inglewood Park Cemetery Assn.. Inglewood
Park Mausoleum Co.; 1923-30, Pres. Metro-
politan Trust Co., V.-Pres., Security Housing
Corn Pres., Mortgage Ins. Corp. Gen. Sales
Agent for Bel-Air since 1933, and Developer



and Gon. Sulcs Agent for Lukevvooil Village
since liOlj.

Directorships: Oil Inc.; Claremont Pines
Corj).; InglcvvoocI Park Cemclcry Assn. and
Inglewood I'ark Mausoleum Company.
Memberships: Beta Thota PI; Bel-Air Coun-
try, Bel-Air Bay Clubs, California Club.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis, golf, ranching.
Bus. Address: Bel-Air Administration Bldg.,
Bel-Air, Calif.

Home Address: 1220 Benedict Canyon Dr.,
Beverly Hills, Calif.

HOPPER. James Marie. Ph.B.


Born: Paris (France), July 23, 1876; s. of
Victoire Blanche E. (Lefebvre) and John J.

Education: Univ. of Calif.; Univ. of Calif.
Law School, 1898-99.

Degrees: Ph.B., Univ. of Calif., 1898.

Married: Mattie E. Leonard, of San Francisco,
Sept. 21, 1901; ch.: Elizabeth Marie, Maryan
Halton, James Louis, Helene Victoire.

Prof. Record: Came to America in 18S7; Re-
porter on San Francisco newspapers, 1899-
1900; admitted to bar, 1900; Instr. of French,
Univ. of Calif, (fall), 1901; in Ednl. Dept.,
P. I., 1902-03; on staff McClure's Magazine,
1903; War Correspondent for Collier's (in
France), 1914, to end of war.

Publications: Author of Caybigan, 1906;
Goosie, 1910; The Freshman, 1912; What Hap-
pened in the Night, 1913; Medals of Honor,
1929; and over 300 short stories pub. in lead-
ing magazines. Co-Author, "9009" (with F.
R. Becholdt), 1908.

Memberships: Council, Authors' League of
America; Authors' Guild, Authors' League of
America (Pres.), 1928-29 and 1930-31.
Home Address: Carmel, Calif.

HOPPER. Professor Stanley Romaine.

A.B., S.T.B., Ph.D.

Professor of Homiletics and the Christian
Criticism of Life; Assistant to the Dean,
Drew Theological Seminary, Drew University.
Born: Fresno (Calif.), March 22, 1907; s. of
Emma E. (Foster) and Samuel Duff Hopper.

Education: Univ. of So. Calif.; Boston Univ.
School of Theology; Harvard; Zurich Univ.;
Mansfield Coll. (Oxford) ; Drew Theological
Seminary, Drew Univ.

Degrees: A.B., U. of So. Calif., 1928; S.T.B.
Boston Univ. Sch. of Theo., 1931; Ph.D.,
Drew U., 1935.

Married: Eva Helen, d. of Grover C. Bagby,
Mesa (Ariz.), March 3, 1928; ch. : Stanley
Duff, Arthur Jeffery.

Prof. Record: Instr. in Biblical Literature,
Brothers Coll., Drew Univ., 1933-35; Instr. in
Homiletics and the Christian Criticism of
Life, 1934-37, Asst. Prof., 1937-40, Assoc.
Prof., 1940 — ; Asst. to the Dean, Drew Theo-
logical Seminary, 1935 — .

Publications: The Devil on the Stairs, Vol.
Ill, No. 2 (The Brothers Coll. Alumnis),
1937; Goethe in Our Time, Vol. XVII (The
Congregational Quarterly, London), April,

Mcmberahips: Sigma Phi Epsiicjn, Delta Sigma
llho; The Duodeclm Soc.
Religion: Protestant (Methodist).
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Tennis.

Bus. and Home Address: Drew Univ., Madi-
son, N.J. •

HORN. Professor John Louis, E(3.D.

Proiessor of Education, Dominican College.
Born: N.Y.C, 1881; s. of Rose (Krautham-
mer) and Samuel Horn.

Education: Univ. of Pa.; Columbia; Stanford;
Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: Ed.D., Univ. of Calif., 1923.
Married: Irmengard Montrose, d. of John
Charlton, 1916, Los Angeles.
Publications: The American Public School
(Appleton-Century), 1926; The Education of
Exceptional Children, 1924; Principles of Ele-
mentary Education, 1929; The Education of
Children in the Primary Grades (Farrar &
Rinehart), 1935; The Education of Your Child
(Stanford Univ. Press), 1939.

Home Address: 20 Hillcrest Dr., San Rafael,

HORNBLOV7. Jr.. Arthur

Producer, Paramount Pictures, Inc.

Born: New York City, Mar. 15, 1895; s. of

Arthur Hornblow.

Education: Dartmouth Coll.; New York Law

Married: Myrna Loy, d. of Delia and David
Williams, in Ensenada (Mexico).
Prof. Record: Playwright and Theatrical Pro-
ducer, 1922-1927; Adapter, The Captive, pro-
duced at Empire Theatre (New York), 1926;
Assistant Managing Director, Charles Froh-
man Company, 1925-1927; Production Chief
for Samuel Goldwyn, 1927-1934; Paramount
Producer, 1934 to present. Produced the fol-
lowing recent pictures for Paramount: Man
About Town, Midnight, Cat and the Canary,
Ghost Breakers, and Arise My Love, 1940;
/ Wanted Wings, Hold Back the Dawn, and
Nothing But the Truth, 1941.
Army Service: First Lieut., Counter Espion-
age Section, Military Intelligence, A.E.F.,

Memberships: Acad, of Motion Picture Arts
and Sciences.

Bus. Address: Paramount Pictures, Inc., 5451
Marathon Ave., Hollywood, Calif.
Home Address: Beverly Hills, Calif.

HORRELL. Edwin C. (Babe). B.S.
Head Football Coach, Univ. of Calif, at Los

Born: Jackson (Mo.), Sept. 29, 1902; s. of
Lucy (Riley) and John A. Horrell.

Education: Pasadena H.S. and Univ. of Calif.

Degrees: B.S., Univ. of Calif., 1925.
Married: Winifred L., d. of Harry Lee Martin,
Pasadena (Calif.), June 10, 1926; ch.: Vir-
ginia Lee, Winifred Louise, Stephen James.
Prof. Record: Asso. with District Bond Co.;
Pac. Mtg. Guar. Co.; John Hancock Mut. Life.
Directorships: Dir. and Secy., Horrell Land

Memberships: Univ. Club, Jonathan, Delta

Kappa Epsilon.

Recreations: Tennis, handball.



Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 1159 So. Rodeo Dr., Los An-
geles, Calif.

HORTON, Lester Iradell

Choreographer, Teacher of the Dance.
Born: Indianapolis (Ind.), 1906; s. of Polly-
anna (Landers) and Iradell Horton.
Education: Indianapolis and Chicago; Herron
i; Inst.: studied with Mile. Theo Hewes
and Michio Ito; research on the dances of the
Am. Indian.

Prof. Record: Art Director, .Indianapolis
Theatre Guild, 1925-27; organized Horton
Dance Group in 1935; master classes at Pasa^
dena Community Playhouse; Mills Coll. and
Univ. of SO. Calif.: first Amer. Choreographer
to use the Sacre Du Printernps by Igor btra-
vinsky: designed An American in Paris,
Ravel's Bolero, Chronicle, Tierra Y Liber tad
16 to 24, Something to Please Everybody, ana
A Noble Comedy; at present, composing new
works and preparing group for tour.
Religion: Quaker.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: TSTSVa Beverly Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

Home Address: 7377 Beverly Blvd., Los An-
geles, Calif.

HORTON, Russell Everard


Born: St. Louis (Mo.), June 12, 1900; «• of
Hannah (Yates) and Everard Giles Horton.
Education: St. Louis Public Grammar and
High Schools. Private Musical and Voice

Married: Gladys, d. of Maud and George Ross
Cabeen (dec.) in Los Angeles, June 12, 1924.
Prof. Record: Cashier, Elsinore State Bank,
1927-28; Asst. Cashier, Bank of Hollywood,
1928-30 Free lance Singer since 1931. <-on-
certs. radio (including Lux Theatre of the
Air) oratorio, opera, light opera, motion pic-
tures (including a leading part in several pic-
tures). Has concertized and sung in oratorio
all over the U.S., making annual tours since

Memberships: Ancient Free and Accepted
Masons, George Washington Lodge No. 9, bt.
Louis (Mo.); Benevolent and Protective Order
of Elks, Los Angeles Lodge No. 99; Screen
Actors Guild: Amer. Fed. of Radio Artists.
Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Baseball, bowling and most all

Home Address: 6830 Whitley Terrace, Holly-
wood, Calif.

HOTTES. Alfred Carl, B.S., M.S.
Technical Garden Adviser and Lecturer, Bet-
ter Homes and Gardens.

Born: Ithaca (N.Y.), March 16, 1891; s. of
Mary (Bergman) and Chas. Frederick Hottes.
Education: Cornell University.
Degrees: B.S., 1913, M.S. in Agr., 1914, Cor-

Prof. Record: Instr., Dept. of Biology, 1913-
14 Dept. of Floriculture, 1914-16, Cornell;
Prof of Floriculture, Ohio State Univ. (Co-
lumbus, Ohio), 1916-28; Assoc. Edit., Better

Homes and Gardens, 1928-40; Technical Gar-
den Adviser and Lecturer, 1940—.
Publications: Contributor to Standard Cyclo-
pedia of Horticulture, 1914; Gladiolus Studies,
II 1916 III, 1916 (Cornell Univ.) ; joint
author. Garden Guide, 1917; Commercial
Plant Propagation, 1918; Plant Culture (with
Geo W. Oliver), 1921; Book of Annuals, 1922,
1928 1930, 1937; Book of Perennials (A. T.
De La Mare Co.), Book of Climbiyig Plants,
1924; Book of Shrubs, 1928; Book of Trees,
1932- contributor to Book of Rural Life (John
A Bellows); Home Gardener's Pronouncing
Dictionary, 1930, My Garden Helper, 1933,
Gardening Guide (Meredith Pub. Co.), 1939,
Key to a Beautiful Garden (R. M. Kellog),

Meynberships: Sigma Xi; Pi Alpha Xi; Sigma
Delta Chi.

Bus. and Home Address: 481 Rosemont St.,
La Jolla, Calif.

HOUGHTALING. Edward Butler. A.B.,

Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Born: Throopsville (Cayuga County, N-Y.),
Feb. 4, 1901; s. of Jennie D. (Stoyell) and
S. Cha'ppell Houghtaling.

Education: Auburn (N.Y.); Academic H.S ;
Syracuse Univ.; Chapman Coll. (L.A.), Coii.
of Osteopathic Physicians & Surgeons (L.A.).
Degrees: A.B., Syracuse Univ., 1921; D.O.,
COPS, 1928.

Married: Alice Louisa, d. of Bessie (Brovm)
and Samuel Wilcox, Pasadena, May 8, 1929,
ch.: Lynn Alice, Paul Edward.
Prof Record: Interne, Wilshire Hosp. (L-A.),
1928-29; began practice in San Diego, Sept.,

Directorships: Trustee, Calif Osteopathic
Assn., 1936-37. Vice-Pres 1937-38 Pres
1938-39; Trustee, Coll. of Osteopathic Phy-
sicians & Surgeons, 1939-40.

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