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and Bus. Mgr., 1899, Cincinnati Post; Bus.
Mgr., Kansas City (Mo.) World, 1900, St.
Louis Chronicle, 1901-02, Cleveland World,
1903-05; in stock and bond bus. (Cincinnati),
1905-11; Bus. Mgr., Cincinnati Commercial
Tribune, 1912-13; Vice-Pres. and Bus. Mgr.,
1917-25, and Pub. and Pres., 1925-28, of
Sunset Magazine; Pres., Sunset Magazine,
since 1928.

Memberships: Mason; Bohemian, Common-
wealth clubs (San Francisco).

Religion : Congregational .

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 444 Market St., San Francisco,


Home Address: 45 El Camino Real, Berkeley,


WOOTON Professor Flaud Conaroe,

B.S., M.A., Ph.D.

Professor of Education, Claremont Colleges.
Born: Fairmount (Ind.), Feb. 14, 1893; s. of
Martha (Millikan) and Isaac C. Wooton.
Education: Ind. State Normal Sch. (Terre
Haute); Univ. of Chicago; Univ. of Ore.;
Stanford Univ.

Degrees: B.S., 1926 and M.A., 1927 Univ.
of Ore.; Ph.D., Stanford Univ., 1932.
Married: Marguerite, d. of Ervin Scott, in
Fairmount (Ind.), Dec. 25, 1913; ch.: Rich-
ard C. (b. 1915), Helen Lucile (b. 1919).
Prof. Record: Was a teacher in pub. schs. of
Ind. and Ore., Univ. of Ore., Stanford Univ.,
Rhode Island State Coll.; Prof, at Claremont
Colleges, since 1935; was Dir. of Studies,
Internat. Sch. (Geneva, Switzerland), 1928-30.
Publications: Co-Translator: The Activity
School (by Adolph Ferriere; The John Day
Co.), 1928; Author of articles in Oregon
Teachers Monthly, The High School, Educa-
tional Administration and Supervision, School
and Society, Oregon Educational Journal,
Curriculum Journal, Educational Scene, Soc-
ial Studies Review, California Journal of Sec-
ondary Education, California Journal of Ele-
m,entary Education.

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Delta

Religion: Soc. of Friends (Quakers).
Bus. Address: Claremont Colleges, Claremont,

Home Address: 997 College Ave., Claremont,

WORCESTER. Daisy Lee Worthington,


Social Service Worker; Instructor, San Diego
State College, Extension Division.
Born: Lincoln Co. (Ky.), Feb. 5, 1882; d. of
Nancy Emerson (Home) and Alex Worthing-

Education: Louisville Girls' High School;
Louisville Normal School; Vassar College;
New York School of Social Work.
Degrees: A.B., Vassar College, 1905.
Married: Wood F., s. of James Frank Wor-
cester in New York City, May 10, 1908; ch.:
Francis Marion.

Prof. Record: Teacher at Vassar College,
1905-07, Washington, D.C. Central High Sch.,
1907; Special Agent, Bureau of Labor, 1907-
09; Asst. Head Resident, Woods Run Settle-
ment (Pittsburgh, Pa.), 1910-11; Social Work-
er, Colorado Springs Associated Charities,
1911-15, Head Worker, Neighborhood House,
1918; Dir. and Owner of Worcester School,
Private College Preparatory School accred-
ited by Univ. of Calif., 1924-39; Social Service
Supervisor, State Relief Administration, 1939-
40. Instr., San Diego State College, Extension
Div. Former Mem. of Pres. Hoover's White
House Conference on Child Welfare.
Publications: Standard of Living Among Cot-
ton Mill Workers (with Wood F. Worcester) ;
Higher Education for Women (Education Re-
view) ; New Champions of an Old Evil (Pear-
sons), 1915; This Amaging Prosperity (Survey
Graphic), 1928; Half -Brother (modern moral-
ity Play, Survey), 1930; The Hungry Doc-
tors (Survey), 1935.

Memberships: Amer. Assn. of Social Workers;
Social Workers Club; League of Women Vot-
ers; Calif. Conference of Soc. Work.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Gardening, debating, public
speaking, dramatics and reading.
Home Address: 4027 Brant St., San Diego,
Calif. *

WORCESTER, Wood Frank,

Ph.B., LL.B., LL.M.

Chief Probation Officer of San Diego County.
Born: Oberlin (Ohio), Oct. 4, 1871; s. of
Mary Jane (Pickworth) and James Frank

Education: Oberlin High School; Ohio State

Degrees: Ph.B., 1898, LL.B., 1901, LL.M.,
1903; Ohio State Univ.

Married: Daisy Lee, d. of Nancy H. and Alex
Worthington in New York City, May 10, 1908;
ch.: Francis Marion.

Prof. Record: Practiced law (Columbus, Ohio),
1901-07; Special Agent U.S. Bureau of Labor,
1907-09; Head Resident, Woods Run Settle-
ment (Pittsburgh, Pa.), 1910-11; Executive
Secy., Asso. Charities of Colorado Springs
(Colo.), 1911-15; Executive Secy., Asso. Char-
ities (San Diego, Calif.), 1915-16; Executive
Secy., Social Service Bur. (Spokane, Wash.),
1916-17; Dir. of Home Service, San Diego
Amer. Red Cross, Pacific Div., 1918-22; Pro-
bation Officer of San Diego Co., 1923 — .
Publications : Standard of Living Among Cot-
ton Mill Workers (with Daisy Lee Worcester) .
Memberships: Acacia; Calif. Probation Offic-
ers Assn. (Past-Pres.) ; Social Workers Club
of San Diego (Past-Pres.) ; San Diego Chapter



Amcr. Assn. of Sorlal Workers (I'ust-Pres.).

Religion : CongrcKiitlonul.

Politics; Democrat.

RecreatiotiH: Motoring and Rardening.

Bus. Addresn: Court House, San Diego, Calif.

Home Address: 4027 Brant St., San Diego,

Calif. •

WORDEN, (James) Perry. A.B., Ph.D.
Author, Lecturer.

Born: Hastings-on-IIu(lson (N.Y.), May 25,
1S()6: s. of Mary (Welch) and Amos Warren
Wordon: brother of Alice Graham Worden,
Educator, and George Minturn Worden, in-
ternationally known amateur athlete, of fam-
ily closely related to several distinguished
in Civil War history, also to Washington
Irving and his circle.

Education: Student, Columbia Coll., 1891-95,
Columbia Univ., 1895-96; philological and
literary studies at Univ. of Leyden (Holland),
Sorbonne (France), and at various German
universities. Postgrad, work at German and
English universities, 1907-10.
Degrees: A.B., Columbia Coll. (N.Y.), 1895;
Ph.D., Halle/S. Univ. (Germany), 1900.
Married: Effie Josephine Fussell of Glou-
cestershire (Eng.), 1916.

Prof. Record: Reporter, Spl. Corresp., New
York Sun and New York Tribune, 1888-92;
since then, on repeated trips abroad, often
with bicycle and camera; Lecturer for N.Y.
Bd. of Edn., five years, for univ. extension,
in America, Eng. and Ger., 12 years; Instr.
in modern languages at various instns., six
years; in charge German dept., Univ. of
Maine, summer session, 1905; Prof, of Mod-
ern Languages and Lecturer, Kalamazoo ColL
and Univ., Ann Arbor (Mich.). 1905-07;
Amer. Consul, Bristol (Eng.), 1907-09; trav-
eler, particularly in Western America, since
1911. Was for years Germanic reviewer for
The Nation, and Berlin lit. corresp. New
York Times Book Review. Active In promot-
ing Anglo-American-German friendly rela-
tions. Has placed "Worden Memorial" — a
California boulder, with marker — Mount Hope
(N.Y.). Cemetery, and numerous tablets and
lit. -hist, mementos of Amer. -European assn.
in museums and libraries at Stratford-on-
Avon, Bristol, London, Windsor, Heidelberg,
Weimar, Berlin. Halle/S.. Bonn, Leipzic,
Vienna, New York, Boston and especially
in California.

Directorships: Founder, President and Direct-
or, Calif. Archives for Collection and Pres-
ervation of Calif. Historical Data, sponsor-
ing the weekly essays, Gleanings from His-

Publications: Delft and Delft Ware, Schiller's
Song of the Bell, Stories and Legends of the
Rhine and the Neckar, Visits and Chats
with the Notable and Great, Second-Hand
Gossip: men and Things, California of Yes-
terday, Memories of Mark Twain, Personal
Recollections of Bret Harte, Admiral Worden
at Monterey, 18J,7. Contributor to Oxford
English. Webster and Standard dictionaries,
and various mags. Advisory Editor of Harris
Newmark's Sixty Years in Southern Califor-
nia. 1915. also 2nd edit. 1926. and 3rd edit.
1930. Editor of the Temple-Workman family
annals, covering one hundred years of Cali-
fornia history, 1826-1926. Author of Agua
Mansa articles, a weekly feature of the
Pasadena Star-Neivs since 1929.
Memberships: Authors' League of America;

Hist. Soc. of So. Calif. ; .San Diego and PaBa-
dena Hist. Socs.

Religion: Episcopalian.

Politica: Republican.

Home Address: 952 Cornell Rd., Oak Knoll,
Pasadena, Calif.


President, Workman i'roperties. Incorporated.
Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Sept. 20, 1868;
s. of Maria Elizabeth (Boyle) and William
Henry Workman.

Education: Santa Clara College (Calif.); Saint
Vincent's College (Calif.).

Married: Martha Frances, d. of Mary
(Barnes) and Robert Maclay Widney, in Los
Angeles, Nov. 11, 1895; ch.: Eleanor (Work-
man) Baldwin, and Audree (Workman) Jef-
fras (deceased).

Bits. Record: Secy., Mayor of the City of Los
Angeles, 1887-88: Southern California Manag-
er, Home Mutual Fire and Marine Insurance
Co., 1890-95; Vice-Pres., Monarch Brick Co.
of Los Angeles, 1896-99; Asst. City Treas.
of City of Los Angeles, 1900-07; Vice-Pres.
and Dir. of the Amer. Savings Bank of Los
Angeles, Vice-Pres. and Dir. of the Home
Savings Bank of Los Angeles, Dir. of the So.
Counties Bank of Calif., Dir. of the Los An-
geles Title and Trust Co., 1907-17; Public
Service (Water and Power) Commissioner of
Los Angeles, 1913-17; Pres. of the City Coun-
cil of Los Angeles, 1919-27; Pres. and Dir.
of the Workman Properties, Inc., 1926.

Directorships: Pres. and Dir. of the Workman
Properties, Inc., of Calif.

Publications: Author of The City That Grew
(a story of the development of Los Angeles
from 1841-1936), 1935.

Memberships: Native Sons of the Golden
West; Historical Soc. of So. Calif.; Sons of
the Amer. Revolution: Knights Templar, Los
Angeles Commandery No. 9.

Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Reading and golf.

Bus. and Home Address: 623 So. Hobart Blvd.,
Los Angeles, Calif.

WORLEY, James Francis. A.B., M.A.,

Medical Director, United States Public Health
Service: District Medical Director, United
States Indian Service.

Born: Abilene (Kan.), Oct. 15, 1882; s. of
Carrie A. (Bolster) and George Francis Wor-

Education: High school Topeka (Kan.) ; Wash-
burn College (Kan.); Univ. of Pennsylvania.

Degrees: A.B., 1903; M.A., 1904, Washburn
College: M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1908.

Married: Theodora, d. of Virginia (Steel) and
Charles Bodwell in Topeka (Kan.), Oct. 27,
1909; ch.: (ieorge Francis and Catharine Vir-

Prof. Record: Practiced medicine (Emporia,
Kan.), 1909-14. Commissioned U.S.P.H.S.,
1914; first service in San Francisco Marine
Hospital, 1914-18. Fort Stanton (N. Mexico),
1921, Camp Kearney (Calif.), 1921, Salt Lake
City (Utah), 1922, Washington, D.C., 1923,
New Haven (Conn.), 1925, San Diego (Cal-
if.) Quarantine Station, 1928; San Francisco



Marine Hospital, 1932; District Medical Dir.
of Indian Ser%ice (Sacramento, Calif.), 1936,
San Francisco, 1937; Dir. of Alaska Medical
Service of the Office of Indian Affairs (Jun-
eau, Alaska), 1940; District Medical Dir.,
U.S.I.S. (Minneapolis, Minn.), at the present

Memberships: Peter Pan Woodland and Des-
ert Clubs; Scottish Rite Mason.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golfing and fishing.
Bus. Address: Federal Office Bldg., Minne-
apolis, Minn.

Home Address: 4941 Russell Ave., So., Minne-
apolis, Minn. *

WORLEY, O. Benton, LL.B.

Lawyer; Justice of the Peace, Calabasas

Born: Los Angeles (Calif.), Aug. 13, 1903;
s. of Mollie (Robertson) and Harry Oscar

Education: Univ. of So. Calif.; Southwestern

Degrees: LL.B., Southwestern Univ., 1933.
Married: Evalynne Carol, d. of Amy and
Karl Olson in Pasa^Iena (Calif.), Nov. 29,
1933; ch.: Carol Patricia and Robert Benton.
Prof. Record: Attorney at law, since 1933,
and Justice of the Peace since 1937.
Directorships: Dir., San Fernando Valley Bar
Assn.; Secy.-Treas., Los Angeles Co. Justice
of Peace Assn.; Pres., Canoga Park Demo-
cratic Club.

Publications: Asso. Editor, University paper.
Bison, and Senior Editor of Annual, Souester.
Memberships: Kiwanis (Past-Pres.) ; Ramona
Parlor (Past-Pres.), Native Sons (Deputy
Grand Pres.); Elk's Lodge (San Fernando
1539); Alpha Phi Gamma (Past-Pres.), Phi
Delta; Canoga Park Chamber of Commerce
(Pres., 1939-40).
Religion : Presbyterian.
Politics: Democrat.
Recreations: Clubs.

Bus. Address: 21623 Sherman Way, Canoga
Park, Calif.
Home Address: Dorothy Dr., Agoura, Calif.*

WORTHINGHAM. Professor Catherine
A.. A.B., M.A., A.R.P.T.T.
Assistant Professor of Physical Education
and Director of Physical Therapy, Stanford

Born: Marseilles (111.), d. of June A. (Roath)
and Charles M. Worthingham.
Education: Pomona College.
Degrees: A.B., Pomona College, 1923; M.A.,
Univ. of So. Calif., 1931.

Prof. Record: Teacher of Physical Edn. and
Hygiene, Clifton High Sch. (Ariz.). 1923-24,
Claremont High Sch. (Calif.), 1924-25, John
Muir Technical High Sch. (Pasadena, Calif.),
1927-29; Physiotherapist, Orthopedic Hosp.
Sch. (Los Angeles, Calif.), 1925-27; Instr. in
Phvsical Edn., San Jose State College (Calif.),
1929-31, Asst. Prof., 1931-37. At present.
Assistant Prof., Physical Education, Asst.
Prof, and Dir. of Physical Therapy, School of
Health, Stanford Univ.

Directorships: Pres., Amer. Physiotherapy
Assn., 1940-42.

Publications: Has written articles for pro-
fessional magazines.

Memberships: American Physiotherapy Assn.
(Dir., 1932-34, 1938-40, 1st Vice-Pres., 1934-
36) ; Amer. Assn. for Health, Phys. Edn. and
Recreation (Dist. Secy.-Treas., 1936-38, Dist.
Conv. Mgr., 1938-39, Pres., Southwest Dist.,
1939-40), Governing Board, and Chmn., Ther-
apeutic Sect., 1939-40. Pi Lambda Theta.
Bus. Address: Stanford University, Calif.
Home Address: 2120 Cowper, Palo Alto, Calif.*

WOTHERSPOON, (Mrs.) Marion

Writer, Homemaker.

Born: Northampton (Mass.), Aug. 31, 1863; d.
of Annie (Halsted) and Dr. R. Norman Fos-

Education: Chicago public schools (111.); Chi-
cago Froebel Assn.; Chicago Kindergarten

Married: (1) Dr. George F. Washburne. (2)
William A. Wotherspoon; ch.: Dr. Carleton
Washburne, Mrs. Herman Stegeman, Dr. John
Noble Washburne.

Prof. Record: Columnist, Chicago Record-
Herald; Editor and Contributor to the Moth-
er's Magazine; Contributor to Harper's Baz-
aar, Good Housekeeping and other magazines.
School Editor, Chicago Evening Post, and
Chicago Tribune.

Publications: Author of Every Day Essays,
Family Secrets, Little Fountain of Life, House
on the North Shore, Indian Legends, Old
Fashioned Fairy Tales, Success Library (Vol.
II), Mother's Year Book, Study of Child Life,
A Search for a Happy Country.
Memberships: Women's Civic League (Pasa-
dena), League of Women Voters (Pasadena),
Women's Internat. League for Peace and
Freedom, Pasadena Cooperative Soc, Amer.
Civil Liberties Union.
Religion: Christian Theosophy.
Politics: Independent.

Home Address: 2230 No. Craig Ave., Alta-
dena, Calif. *

WRIGHT, Colonel Allen Garwood.

Coast Artillery Res.

Lawyer, Senior Member, Firm of Wright &
Wright & Larson.

Born: San Francisco (Calif.), 1873; s. of
Almeda (Darling) and Benjamin Cooper

Education: Public schools (San Francisco);
Univ. of Calif., 1891-94; Hastings College
of the Law, 1894-95.

Married: Helen A., d. of Agnes (Ways) and
William D. Paisley, at San Francisco, June
10, 1922; ch.: Louise Paisley, Carroll Andrus.
Prof. Record: Admitted to practice law in
Calif., 1896; became Member of law firm of
Wright & Wright in 1899, which firm later
became present firm of Wright & Wright
& Larson.

Directorships: Lincoln Realty Co.; Secy, and
General Counsel, San Francisco Bay Exposi-
tion, sponsoring Golden Gate International
Exposition in 1939 and 1940.
Publications: Mathematical Notes for the use
of Officers and Enlisted Men of the Coast
Artillery Corps, the Calif. Nat. Guard, 1916.
Army Service: 2nd Lieut., U.S. Infantry,



Spanish-American War, 1898. Lieut. -Colonel, Arlillery, World War I, 1917-18-19,
subsequLMilly Colonel, Coast Artillery Reserve.
Saw overseas service In both Wars.
Membcrshiiis: University Club; Pacific Union
Club (both San Krancisco) ; Sigma Chi.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf.

Bus. Address: 1010 Mills BIdg., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: 950 Lombard St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

WRIGHT, Benjamin Franklin

I'rcsident, I'alace Drug Company, Inc.
Born: Chicago (111.). Mar. 5, 1867; s. of Mar-
garet (McGuerny) and Benjamin Franklin

Education: St. Mary College (San Francisco,

Bus. Record: Pres., Palace Drug Co., 40
years. Mayor of City of Monterey, si.x years;
Dir., Calif. Real Estate Assn., 25 yrs., Hon.
Pres., four yrs.; Pres., Calif. Real Estate

Directorships: Pres., Palace Drug Co. Hon.
Pres., Calif. Real Estate Assn.

Publications: Memoirs (of Del Monte, Calif.).

Memberships: Elks and Kiwanis.

Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 403 Alvarado St., Monterey,

Home Address: 403 Larkin St., Monterey,

WRIGHT. Professor Celeste Turner.

A.B., M.A., Ph.D.

Editor; Associate Professor of English and
Chairman of the Division, University of Cali-
fornia (Davis).

Born: St. John (New Brunswick, Canada),
Mar. 17, 1906; d. of Viola (Kelley) and George
H. Turner.

Education: Pasadena High School; Univ. of
Calif. (Los Angeles and Berkeley).

Degrees. A.B., Univ. of Calif. (Los Angeles),
1925; M.A., 1926, Ph.D., 1928, Univ. of Calif.

Married: Vedder Allen, s. of Winte M. (Ved-
der) and Harry A. Wright in Berkeley (Cal-
if.), June 26, 1933.

Prof. Record: Instr. in English, Univ. of Cal-
if. (Davis), 1928-34; Chmn. of the Div.,
1928 — . Asst. Prof, of English, 1934-41. Asso.
Prof., 1941—; Asst. Editor in the Experi-
ment Station, 1928 — .

Publications: Anthony Mundy: An Elizabethan
Man of Letters (Univ. of Calif. Press), 1928.
Several research articles, and verse.

Memberships: Chi Delta Phi, Phi Beta Kappa,
Mortar Board.

Religion: Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Creative writing.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, Coll. of
Agriculture. Davis, Calif.

Home Address: Davis, Calif.

WRIGHT. Frank M.. A.B., M.A.

District .Superintendent of .Schrjols.
Born: Denver (Colo), April 2H, 1H94; «. of
Anna (Moore) and Albert E. Wright.
Education: Imperial High School; Whittler
Coll.; Univ. of So. Calif.

Degrees: A.B., Whittler Coll.. 1916; M.A.,
Univ. of So. Calif., 1930.

Married: Mary F., d. of J. S. Todd, In Whit-
tler (Calif.), Aug. 16, 1916.
Prof. Record: Farmed, 1916-19; received Sec.
Cred., Univ. of So. Calif., 1920; taught
Science and was Coach, Santa Paula High
Sch., 1920-23; Science Teacher, Asst. Coach
El Monte Union High School, 1923-25; Dist.
Supt. of Schools, El Monte School District,

Directorships: Pres., The Assn. of Calif. Pub.
Sch. Supts. ; State Council, Calif. Teachers

Memberships: Lexington Lodge, F. & A. M.,

No. 104 (Past Master); Lions Club (Past

Pres.) ; El Monte Chamber of Commerce (Past

Pres.); Phi Delta Kappa.

Religion: Methodist.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Hunting, fishing, trailer travel.

Bus. Address: 200 E. Columbia St., El Monte,


Ho7ne Address: 432 Washington, El Monte,

WRIGHT. George Cedric

Violinist, Teacher, Photographer.
Born: Alameda (Calif.), Apr. 13, 1889; s.
of George T. Wright.

Education: Violin pupil of Nathan Landsberg-
er (San Francisco, Calif.), 1906-07, Ottacar
Sevcilz (Bohemia I, 1907-14, Louis Persinger
(San Francisco), 1920-21; studied photography,
Ansel Adams.

Married: (1) Mildred Sablatron (Violinist),
1913-26. (2) Rhea Ufford (Pianist), 1930;
ch.: Alberta (22), Joanne (10), David (8).
Prof. Record: Head of Violin Dept., Mills
College, 1924-30, on Extension Musical fac-
ulty of Univ. of Calif, as Violinist, till dept.
was discontinued. Was a successful Violinist
and Teacher, until 1934, took up Photography
where he showed at the Univ. of Calif.,
Stanford Univ., Mills College, San Francisco
Exposition, Pageant of Photography. G.G.I.E.,
and has a permanent collection at the Museum
of Modern Art (N.Y.). Has now resumed
violin activities.

Home Address: 2515 Etna St., Berkeley,
Calif. •

WRIGHT, Harold Bell


Born: Rome (N.Y.), May 4, 1872; s. of Alma

T. (Watson) and William A. Wright.

Education: Country school and Prep. Dept.,

Hiram Coll. (Ohio).

Married: (1) Frances E. (Long), in Buffalo

(N.Y.), July 18, 1899; ch. : Gilbert Munger,

Paul William (deceased) and Norman Hall.

(2) Mrs. Winifred Mary (Potter* Duncan,

d. of Gilbert Potter in San Diego, (Calif.),

Aug. 5, 1920.

Literary Record: Author: That Printer of
Udell's, 1903; The Shepherd of the Hills, 1907;
The Calling of Dan Matthews, 1909; The Un-
crowned King, 1910; The Winning of Barbara



Worth. 1911: Their Yesterdays, 1912; The Eyes
of the World. 1914; When a Man's a Man,
1916; The Re-creation of Brian Kent, 1919;
Helen of the Old House, 1921; The Mine With
the Iron Door, 1923; A Son of His Father,
1925; God and the Groceryman, 1927; Long
Ago Told, 1929; Exit, 1930; Ma Cinderella,
1932; To My Sons, 1934.
Meynberships: Sons of the Revolution.
Religion: Protestant (Christian).
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing.

Home Address: Quiet Hills Farm, Escondido,

WRIGHT. Henry Ward

Real Estate Investments.

Born: Chickasaw Co. (Iowa), Mar. 4, 1869;
s. of Sarah F. (Work) and Jesse H. Wright.
Education: Iowa State College, 1890, and
graduated from Omaha Commercial College,

Married: Nellie Blanche, d. of Emaline M.
and George W. Rose in Glenwood (Iowa),
Jan. 25, 1895; ch.: Wilbur Emerson, Harold
Webster, Ralph Blanchard.
Bus. Record: Purchasing Agent, Iowa State
School (Glenwood, Iowa), eight years; Sec,
Minnesota Board of Control (St. Paul), four
years; City Trustee of Huntington Park (Cal-
if.), 1910-11; elected to Calif. Legislature,
1914 (four terms); elected Speaker of Assem-
bly, 1919 (two terms); elected Mem., Los
Angeles Co. Board of Supervisors, 1921
(twelve years), Chmn., two years. Mem.,
Draft Appeal Board, 1917-18. Served as
Pres., Iowa Assn. of So. Calif., and Pres.,
Calif. State Supervisors Assn.
Memberships: Masonic Order; Kiwanis; One-
onta Club.
Religion: Methodist.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Traveling.

Bus. and Hovie Address: 2126 Huntington Dr.,
So. Pasadena, Calif.

WRIGHT. Irwin Dodge

Chief National Bank Examiner, Twelfth Fed-
eral Reserve District.

Born: Union (Ore.), Apr. 8, 1886; s. of Isabel
(Mallory) and William Thomas Wright.
Education: Union Grade Schools and Union
High School (Ore.).

Married: Marion Means, d. of Stanley H. Be-
zoier in Minneapolis (Minn.), May 24, 1924;
ch.: William Stanley, Judith Marion.
Bus. Record: Clerk to Asst. Cashier, First
Nat. Bank (Union, Ore.), 1906-16; bank audit-
ing in Ore., 1916-19; Asst. to Nat. Bank
Examiners, 9th Dist., 1919-20; Nat. Bank
Examiner, 9th Dist., 1920-27; Nat. Bank Ex-
aminer (Detroit, Mich.), 7th Dist., 1927-28;
Chief Nat. Bank Examiner (Minneapolis,
Minn.), 1928-30; Chief Nat. Bank Examiner
(Kansas City, Mo.), 10th Dist., 1930-38;
Chief Nat. Bank Examiner (San Francisco),
12th Dist., 1938—.
Religion: Protestant (Episcopal).
Recreations: Motoring and golf.
Bus. Address: No. 1 Montgomery St., San
Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 442 Parrott Dr., San Mateo,
Calif. *

WRIGHT. Jack. A.B.

Managing Editor, San Jose News.
Born: San Jose (Calif.), Feb. 23, 1895; s. of
Mabel (Cowdery) anu Plummer R. Wright.
Education: Public schools in San Jose (Calif.);
College of the Pacific.

Degrees: A.B., College of the Pacific, 1917.
Married: Gladys Helen (Smith), d. of Mrs.
Anna Dougherty in San Jose (Calif.), Oct.
18, 1919; ch.: Jeanne, Geraldine, Richard.
Prof. Record: Cub Reporter, San Jose News,
1917. After World War returned to the News
as Reporter, City Editor, now Managing

Publications: Articles on photography in Cam-
era Craft, The Camera, American Photo-
graphy, Photo Art Monthly, Zeiss Magazine,
Leica Magazine, etc.

Army Record: Entered U.S. Army early in
1917; trained at Camp Lewis (Wash.), and
Camp Vail (N.J.) ; spent 18 months in France,
Radio Intelligence Service, First and Second
Armies (Corporal).
Religion: Methodist.
Recreations: Photography.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: 66 W. San Antonio St., San
Jose, Calif.

Home Address: 847 Asbury St., San Jose,
Calif. •

WRIGHT. Leroy A.

Lawyer, Firm of Wright, Thomas and Dor-

Born: New London (Ind.), Feb. 10, 1863; s. of
Guliaelma (Easterling) and L. C. Wright.
Education: Public schools of Indiana; Kansas
State College (Emporia).

Married: Ida M., d. of Sarah E. (Smith) and
Dorr Heffleman in San Diego (Calif.), June

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