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A.B., M.A., Ph.D., LL.D.
Professor, rolitical Science, University of
California, Los Angeles.

Born: Lineboro (Md.), Sept. 20. 1879; s. of
Ceranda (Grove) and Henry Wertz Haines.
Education: Eichelberg Acad. 1897-99; Ursinus
Coll 1899-1903; Columbia Univ.. 1903-Ub.
Degrees: A.B., Ursinus Coll 1903; M.A .
1904 PhD., 1909. Columbia U.; LL.D., ur-
sinus Coil., 1941.

Married: Bertha Harner, d. of E'wood S.
Moser. CollegeviUe (Pa.). Nov. 27. 1906.
Prof. Record: Prof, of History and Political
Science. Ursinus Coll.. 1906-10; Prof, of Po .
Sci and Dean of Philosophical Group. Whit-
man coll., 1910-14; Exec Secy League of
Pac. Northwest Municipalities, 1912-14, Proi.,
Govt 1914-22, and Prof, of Law, 1922-25,
U of' Texas; Chmn.. Dept. of Govt., same,
1916-17 and 1988-22; in charge of Bureau of
Govt Research, same. 1918-22; organized,
same, the first chapter of Pi Sigma Alpha
(hon. pol. sci. frat.); Prof.. Pol^ Sci.. U. of
Calif , (Los Angeles), 1925—; Chmn., Dept.
of Pol Sci., same, 1926-,30; Visiting Prof.,
Dept of Govt, and Research in Law Sch.,


WHO'S WHO in California

Harvard U., l<)37-:i8: Pres.. Amer. Pol. Scl.

Assn., liKW.

Publications: Conflict Over Judicial Powers

in the United Hlalcn to 1870. 1000; The

Aincrican Doctrine of J}i(lici(il Supremacy,

li)M, revised edition lO.'Vi; PrinciiilcH and

Problcins of Govcnuncnt (with Bertha Moscr

Haines), 19J1. third edition 1934 The Revival

of Natural Law Concepts, lO.lO.

Memberships: Phi Beta Kappa (hon., U. of

Tex.), Pi Sigma Alpha.

Bus. Address: Univ. of California, W. Los

Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 1757 Gardner St., Los Angeles,


HALE. Marshal, B.S.

President, Hale Bros. Stores, Inc.
Born: Schoolcraft (Mich.), Feb. 14, 1866;
s. of Prudence (Dyckman) and Marshal Hale.
Education: San Jose Public Schs.; College
of the Pacific.
Degrees: B.S., 1886.

Married: Mae, d. of Ophelia and Randolph
Miller, San Francisco, Jan. 19, 1898; ch. :
Marshal Jr. and Randolph M.
Bus. Record: Began in dry goods business,
Sacramento, 18S6; moved to San Francisco,
1894; Pres. and Dir., Hale Bros. Stores, Inc.;
Vice-Pres., Treas., and Dir., Hale Bros.
Realty Co.; Vice-Pres., Treas., and Dir.,
Panama Realty Co.; Vice-Pres. and Dir., Hale
Real Estate Co.; Pres., Residential Develop-
ment Co.; Dir., Bank of Amer., N. T. & S. A.;
E.x-Pres., Liberty Bank, San Francisco.
Army Record: Commnd. Dep. Commnr. of
Amer. Red Cross to Europe by Secy, of War
Baker, 1918, with military rank of Major.
Memberships: Mason, Knight Templar,
Shriner, Bohemian and Commonwealth clubs.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Golf.

Mus. Address: 901 Market St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Home Address: Clift Hotel, San Francisco,
Calif. •

HALE. Nathan George. M.D., F.A.C.S.


Born: Washington (Iowa), 1891; s. of Clara
(Canfield) and George H. Hale.
Education: Univ. of Southern Calif.
Degrees: M.D., U. of So. Calif., 1914.
Married: Dovey Lee, d. of Delia Griswell,
Sacramento (Calif.), 1928; ch. : Nathan G.,
Jr., Adrian L., and Adrianna Lou.
Directorships: Pres., Sacramento Rotary

Publications: Numerous publications in Med.

Army Record: First Lieut., U. S. Army,

Awards: Distinguished! Service Citation.
Memberships: Masonic fraternities: Blue
Lodge, Scottish Rite, Shriners, Jesters; Sut-
ter (Sacramento), Commonwealth clubs.
Religion: Protestant.
Politics: Republican.
Recreation: Golf.

Bus. Address: 1122 — 26th St., Sacramento,

Home Address: 3901 Folsom Blvd., Sacra-
mento, Calif. *

HALE. Dean William Green, B.S., LL.B.

Ocin and I'rofes.sor of I,.iw, University of
.Southern Calif. Law .School.
Horn: nilLsboro (Ore.), Oct. ."JO, 1881; 8. of
Emma Nettle (Vlte) and Greenville Nathaniel

Education: Pacific Univ., Forest Grove
(Ore.); Harvard Univ.

Degrees: B.S., Pacific U., 1903; LL.B.,
Harvard U., 1906.

Married: Je.ssle McConnell, of Portland (Ore.),
Nov. 2, 1J)07; ch.; Genevieve.
Prof. Record: Admitted to Ore. bar, 1906;
practiced in office of Gammans & Malarkey,
one year as mem.. Hale & McConnell, two
years; Instr. of Law, U. of 111., 1909-11,
and Prof, of Law 1912-1920; Dean of Law
Sch. and Prof, of Law, U. of Ore., 1920-27;
Dean of Law Sch. and Prof, of Law, Wash-
ington U., Sch. of Law, 1927-30; Prof, of
Law, Stanford U. (Summer), 1921, U. of
Calif. (Summer), 1923, U. of Mich. (Sum-
mer), 1929, U. of Chicago (Summer), 19.34,
Stanford U. (Summer), 1937; appointed Com-
missioner on Uniform State Laws for State of
Mo., 1928; Assoc. Editor, Oregon Law Rev.,

Directorships: Vice-Chmn., Code Commis-
sion of State of Calif. ; Adviser, Amer. Law
Inst, on Evidence Code, 1939 — ; Dir. and
Assoc. Editor, Amer. Judicature Soc. (jour.)
Publications: Law of the Press, 1923 — ,
Dir. and Assoc. Editor, Amer. Judicature
Soc. (jour.)

Publications: Law of the Press, 1923 — , 2d
edit., 1933; Editor in Chief, Illinois Law
Bulletin. 1917-20.

Memberships : Code Commission of State of
Calif.; Amer. LavC' Inst, on Evidence Code;
Amer. Ore., and Calif. Bar Assns. ; Amer.
Judicature Soc; Theta Chi; Order of the
Coif; 111. Br., Amer. Inst. Criminal Law
and Criminology.
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: University of Southern Cali-
fornia Law School, University Park, Los
Angeles, Calif.

Honie Address: 835 Longwood Ave., Los
Angeles, Calif. *

HALEY, Philip Sheridan. Ph.C.
Dental Surgeon.


Born: Newark (Calif.), Aug. 16, 1884; s. of
Harriet (Kelly) and Jonathan Edward Haley.
Education: College of Physicians and Sur-
geons, San Francisco (Calif.)
Degrees: Ph.C, 1901, D.D.S., 1914, Coll. of
Physicians and Surgeons.

Married: Bertha, d. of Catherine Weisinger,
in San Francisco (Calif.), 1911; ch.: Phyllis
Haley, A.B., M.A., Ed.D.

Prof. Record: Practiced pharmacy from 1909
to 1914; prescription clerk in several San
Francisco pharmacies; engaged in the prac-
tice of dentistry since 1914, in San Francisco,
and Mill Valley (Calif.), in the latter capac-
ity became active and prominent in clinical
Work of periodontology.

Directorships: Pres., Calif. Psychical Research
Soc; Pres. -Elect, Calif. Acad, of Periodon-

Publications: Has written many articles on
treatment of pyorrhoea, Vincents infection,
dental prosthesis, etc. ; contributed articles
to Journal of the American Soc. for Psychical
Research, and poems to Westward (a jour-



nal of poetry, published in S.F.); Modern
Loaves and Fishes, with other studies in
psychic phenomena: A Guide to the Psychic

Memberships: Amor. Dental Assn.; Calif.
Acad, of Sciences; Calif. Acad, of Periodon-
tology; Tau Kappa Omega (hon. soc.)
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations; Psychical research (parapsy-
chology i, dental clinic".

Bus. Address: 210 Post St., San Francisco,

Home Address: 4030 Cabrillo St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif.

Other Address: Moose Club, 1621 Market St..
San Francisco. Calif. *

HALEY, Phylis. A.B., M.A., Ed.D.
Lecturer; Instructor in Psychology, San Fran-
cisco Junior College, and Instructor of Men-
tal Health and Guidance, University of Cali-
fornia E.xtension Division.
Born: San Francisco (Calif. h 1912; d. of
Bertha (WeisingerJ and Dr. Philip Sheridan

Education: San Francisco public schs.
Degrees: A.B., S.F. State Coll., 1932; M.A.,
1933, Ed.D., 1940, Stanford U.
Prof Record: Social worker 1934-35; High
School Teacher and Counselor in San Fran-
cisco high schs., 1935-39; at present, In-
structor in Psychology at S. F. Jr. Coll., and
instructor for the U. of Calif. Extension
Div. in fields of mental health and guidance.
Memberships: Western Psychological Assn.;
Psychologist's Club of Bay Region, Mental
Hygiene Assn. of Calif.; Phi Lambda Theta.
Religion: Unitarian.
Politics: Democrat.

Recreations: Poetry writing and public read-

Bus. Address: San Francisco Junior Coll.,
San Francisco, Calif.

Home Address: 4030 Cabrillo St., San Fran-
cisco, Calif. *

HALEY. William Roy

Manager, Healdsburg Branch, Bank of
America N. T. & S. A., and Mayor, City of

Born: Alameda (Calif.), May 1, 1894; s. of
Josephine (Guilliee) and William Edward

Education: Healdsburgh High Sch.
Married: Helen S., d. of Frederick Grohe,
Santa Rosa (Calif.), June 30, 1918; ch. ; Rich-
ard Frederick.

Prof. Record: Employed as a Steno., Soto-
yome Bank, Healdsburg (Calif.), March, 1911;
has been in the banking business since that
date; was Cashier, Healdsburg Natl. Bank
and Healdsburg Savings Bank until 1925;
now, Healdsburg Branch, Bank of America
N. T. & S. A., and Mayor, City of Healds-

Directorships: American Red Cross; Kiwanis

Memberships: Kiwanis, Independent Order of
Odd Fellows.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Fishing, golf.

Bus. Address: Bank of America Bldg., Healds-
burg, Calif.

Home Address: 506 Tucker St., Healdsburg,
Calif. *

HALL Professor Alta B., B.S., M.A.,

Associate Professor, School of Speech, Uni-
versity of Southern California.
Born: Webster City (Iowa), March 31, 1888;
d. of Emily F. (Tondro) and the Reverend
S. A. Hall.

Education: Boone High School (Iowa); Univ.
of Mo. ; Cornell Univ.

Degrees: B.S., 1912, M.A., 1913, U. of Mo.;
Ph.D., Cornell U., 1934.

Prof Record: Teacher, Primary Dept., Boone
(Iowa), High Sch., Fresno, Long Beach;
College Prof.: Univ. of Calif., SS (Berkeley),
Univ. of Te.xas. SS, Hunter Coll. (N.Y.C.),
Univ. of So. Calif.; Parliamentarian: Nat.
Biennial Convention of Amer. Assn. of Univ.
Women (AAUW), (Los Angeles), 1935; In-
ternal. Conv. of Zonta Internal. (Mission
Inn), 1935; Nat. Conv. Amer. Dietitics Assn.
(Los Angeles), 1939; Internat. Conv., Quota
Club Internal., 1940; State Conv. of Bus. and
Prof. Women, 1935 (Coronado), 1937, (Santa
Barbara), 1937 (Del Monte), 1938, 1939
(Sacramento), 1940.

Directorships: Pres., Univ. Women's Club
(Long Beach); Pres., League of Women Vot-
ers (Long Beach), Pres., Cornell Women's Clu
Club of So. Calif., Pres., Nat. Bus. and Prof.
Women of Los Angeles; Co-organizer, Poetry
Playhouse, U. of So. Calif, (first Poetry Play-
house in America).

Publications: A Textbook in Parliamentary
Law. Co- Author, Hall and Sturgis (Macmil-
lan). American Phonetic Reader, Co- Author,
Barrows & Hall (Expression Co., Boston).
Memberships: Cornell Women's Club of So.
Calif. ; Nat. Bus. and Prof. Women of Los
Angeles; P.E.O.; D.A.R. ; Amer. Assn. of
Univ. Women.
Religion: Baptist
Politics: Republican.

Bus. Address: Univ. of Southern California,
Los Angeles, Calif.

Home Address: 2801 Orchard Ave., Los An-
geles, Calif.

HALL. Ansel F(ranklin). B.S.
Pres. and General Manager, Mesa Verde

Born: Oakland (Calif.), May 6, 1894; s. of
Laura (Crocker) and Chas. Hall.
Education: Oakland Public Schs., C.S.M.A.
(San Francisco) ; Univ. of California.
Degrees: B.S., U. of Calif., 1917.
Married: June, d. of M. L. Alexander, in
Puch (Lut-et-Garonne, France), Jan., 1924;
ch.: Knowles, Merrie, Sylvia, Roger, Laurel,
and Robin.

Prof. Record. Ranger: Sequoia Nat. Park,
1917, Yosemite Nat. Park, 1919-20; Park
Naturalist, Yosemite Nat. Park, 1920-23;
Field Study of Museums in Europe, N. Africa,
and W. Asia, 1923-24; Chief Naturalist, Natl.
Park Service, 1923-30; Sr. Naturalist and
Chief Forester, Natl. Park Serv., 1930-32;
Chief, Div. of Edn. and Forestry, Natl. Park
Serv., 1932-37; Pres. and Gen. Mgr., Mesa
Verde Co., Mesa Verde Natl. Park (Colorado),

Directorships: Pres. and Gen. Mgr., Mesa
Verde Co., 1937 — ; Pres. and Exec. Mgr.,

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AniiM-. I'lxplntiitlon Snc. ; Kcsoarch IJIr..
Navajo Trull Assn.; Exec. Secy., Scenic
Southern Highway Assn. (Colo, and Utah),

Puhlicdtionii: Guide to YoseinUe, 1920; Hand-
book of Yoscinite Niil tonal Park, 1921; Ouide
to Oiant Forest, 1921; Ouide to Yoaemite
Valh'!/, 1929; Guide to Sequoia and General
Grajit National Parkfi, 1930; Propoxed Park
Renervatioim for East Bay Cities (Calif.),
with (Frederick Law. Olmsload), 1931, etc.
Army Record: 2nd Lieut., U.S. Engr. Corps,
1917-18; with A.E.F. in France, 19 months.
Membershiiis: Clubs: Explorers (N.Y.), Amer.
Alpine, Sierra, U. of Calif. Faculty, Outlook
(Oakland); Calif. Acad, of Sci.; F. &A. M.
(Masonic), etc.

Awards: Order of Leopold II (Belgium).
Religion : Protestant.
Politics: Non-partisan.

Recreations: Archaeology, writing and lec-
tures, handball, photography, ranching.
Bus. Address: Mesa Verde National Park,

Home Address: 971 Hilldale Ave., Berkeley,
Calif. •

HALL, Charles Wesley

Partner, Miller, Hall & Company.

Born: New York City, Sept. 2, 1898; s. of

Irene Clara (Bell) and Charles Frederick


Education: Hackensack High School (N.J.);
Lawrenceville Sch. (N.J.) ; Philadelphia Tex-
tile Sch. (Pa.).

Married: Lucie, d. of Dr. Frank Freeland of
Hackensack (N.J.), at Vassar Coll., Pough-
keepsie (N.Y.), June 13, 1922; ch. : Stephen.
B^ls. Record : After a brief and unpleasant
period operating a small silk mill in 1920,
motored to Calif, and entered newspaper
work doing reporting and feature writing for
the San Diego Sun; entered investment securi-
ties business as Mgr., E. H. Rollins & Sons,
San Diego Office, 1923; Mgr., Bond Dept.,
Toole-Tietzen & Co. (San Diego office),
Dec, 1928-July, 1929; formed firm of Weslev
Hall & Co., Sept., 1930, conducting a gen.
investment securities bus. until Aug., 1931
when the partnership of Miller, Hall & Co.
(investment secruities) was formed with Mer-
rill T. Miller as co-partner.
Army Record: Enlisted U. S. Naval Res.,
April, 1917. at N.Y., serving on various
ships and shore stations as radio operator
until discharged in Feb., 1919.

Memberships: Clubs: Cuyamaca (San Diego),
San Diego County.

Religion : Protestant.

Politics: Republican.

Recreations: Fishing, hunting, golf, tennis,

badminton, and home workshop puttering.

Bus. Address: First National Bank Bldg.,

San Diego, Calif.

Home Address: 4175 Arden Way, San Diego.

HALL, Frederick Manning, LL.B.

Public Defender, City of Los Angeles.

Born: Rockport (Mass.), Oct. 23, 1877; s.

of Mary (Kempton) and Charles Brackett

Hall, M.D.

Education: Lyndon Institute; St. Johnsbury,

Academy (Vt.); Emerson Coll. of Oratory


Degrees: LL.B., Boston U., 1903.

Miirrird: Klhelwyn, (I. of Clar.i I^ouoUa
(Bi.shopi and William Walker Drew. .Soincr-
vllle, Winter Illll (,), Nov. 2, 1<K)4;
ch. : Lincoln D., Virginia Hall Kelter, Ruth
Hall John.son, and Kempton Bishop.
Prof. Record: Author of many legal IrealLics;
one-time As.soc. Ed., Encyclopaedia of Evi-
dence; former Dean, Amer. Ext. Univ. ; sup-
plementing civic actllvtie.s by radio pro-
grams, clul) talks and contributions to local,
state, and nat. i)Ublications.
Directorships: Troas., B.P.O.E., No. 99; DIr.,
Girls Town of Amer.; Pres., Hollywood
Aerie, No. 2288; Pres., Civil Service Pro-
tective League.

Publications: Law of Negotiable Instruments;
Sales, Agency, Mining Law, Treatise on Pub-
lic Defender System of United States.
Memberships: B.P.O.E. No. 99; Frat. Order
of Eagles; Hollywood Aerie No. 2288; All City
Employees' Assn. ; Peace Officers Assn. ;
Civil Serv. Protective League; So. Calif.
Acad, of Criminology; Internat. Footprint

Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Boating, landscaping.
Bus. Address: City Hall, Los Angeles, Calif.
Home Addreess: 1947 Ivar St., Hollywood,

HALL, George Joyce, A.B., M.D.
Gynecologist, Author, Lecturer.
Born: Gridley (Calif.), June 15, 1888; s. of
Louvisa Josephine (Joyce) and William Henry

Education: Public sch., Gridley (Calif.) ;
Santa Clara College.

Degrees: A.B., Santa Clara Coll., 1908;
M.D., Cooper Med. Coll., 1912.
Married: Hazel Rita, d. of John Fredrick
Webber, San Francisco, Oct. 2, 1912; ch. :
William Henry and Thomas Francis.
Prof. Record: Organized Pre-Med. course
at San Francisco U., 1914; Clinician, Stan-
ford Med. Clinic (S.F.), 1913-14; owned and
managed, Mount Shasta Hosp., Yreka
(Calif.), 1915-16; Surgeon, Fruit Growers
Supply Co. (Lumber Dept. of Sunkist Orange
Co.), 1917-18; general practice in Colfax
(Calif.), 1919; Gynecologist, Sacramento
(Calif.), 1919-20; City Health Officer of
Sacramento, July 1, 1921- Aug. 1, 1924; or-
ganized Municipal Gen. Clinic, Sacramento,
1922; Dir. of Clinic until July 15, 1926; re-
wrote all Health Dept. ordinances — only two
of whicli have been changed (in minor de-
tails) since; wrote the first law that requires
milk served in public eating places to be
served from the original bottle — (cap re-
moved in front of customer), now univer-
sally used; many other progressive health
measures started for first tim6; Gynocologist
in Sacramento, since Aug., 1924; clinical
research authority in female endocrinology
since 1932.

Publications: Numerous articles of interest
to the medical profession, wiiich have ap-
peared in various medical journals.
Memberships: B.P.O.E. No. 6; Amer. Med.
Assn., Calif. Med. Assn, Sacramento Soc.
for Med. Improvement, Assn. for the Study
of Internal Secretions, Hollywood Acad, of
Med., Phys. Art Assn.
Religion : Catholic.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations: Photography.



Bidi. Address: 1127 Eleventh St., Sacramento,

Home Address: 4022 Folsom Blvd., Sacra-
mento, Calif.

HALL, Manly Palmer

Kounder and President, Philosophical Research

Born- Peterborough, Ontario (Can.), March
18. 1901; s. of Louise A. (Palmer) and Dr.
William S. Hall.

Education: Public schools in U.S.
Married: Fay Parrish (deceased).
Prof. Record: Author and Lecturer in Los
Angeles since 1919. Founder and Pres.,
Philosophical Research Soc.
Memberships: Authors' Club (Los Angeles).
Publications: An Encyclopedic Outline of
Masonic, Hermetic, Quabbalistic and Rosicru-
cian Symbolical Philosophy; Lectures on An-
cient Philosophy; Twelve World Teachers;
The Phoenix; Ways of the Lonely Ones; First
Principles of Philosophy; Words to the Wise;
]ijan — The Grand Symbol of the Mysteries.
and many others.
Recreations: Philately.

Bus. Address: 3341 Griffith Park Blvd., Los
Angeles, Calif.

HALL, Margaret Gettys. A.B., LL.B.

City Attorney, Riverbank, Calif.

Born: Beatrice (Neb.), Nov. 19, 1901; d. of

Cora Estella (Scofield) and James Robert


Education: Univ. of Nebraska.

Degrees: A.B., 1923, LL.B., 1926, U. of Neb.

Prof. Record: Associated with Legal Aid

Bureau, United Charities of Chicago, 1926-29;

private practice, in Lincoln (Neb.), 1929-33,

Riverbank and Modesto (Calif.), 1934 — .

Directorships: Dir., Riverbank Canning Co.

(Calif.), Stanislaus Co. Chap. Amer. Red

Cross; Secy., Stanislaus Br. Calif. T.B. Assn.,

Secy.-Treas., Stanislaus Co. Bar Assn.

Publications: Column, Thinks and Winks,"

Riverbank News.

Memberships: Kappa Beta Pi, Sigma Alpha

Iota, Amer. Assn. of Univ. Women; Soropti-

mist, Amer. Legion Aux., Amer. Bar Assn.

Religion: Methodist.

Politics: Democrat

Recreations: Music, swimming, horseback


Bus. Address: Black Bldg., Modesto, Calif.

Home Address: 314 Sycamore Ave., Modesto,


HALLENBECK, The Reverend Edwin
Forrest. D.D.

Clergyman (retired).

Born: Alexandria (Va.), Dec. 2, 1864; s. of

Margaret (Thomas) and James Edwin Hal-


Education: Theological Seminary of The

Reformed Church, New Brunswick (N.J.)

Degrees: D.D., Harriman Univ. 1900.

Married: Edith S., d. of Hon. E. C. Moody,

Binghamton (N.Y.), Aug. 21, 1890; ch. ;

Wilbur C. (Prof, of Edu., Teachers Coll.,

Columbia U.), Margaret H. Phelps (Union

Univ., Chengtu, China).

Prof. Record: Pastor: North Reformed

Church, Brooklyn (N.Y.), 1890-93, First Pres-
byterian Church, Renssalaer (N.Y.), 1893-96,
Third Presby. Ch., Albany (N.Y.), 1896-1901;
West Presby. Church, Binghampton (N.Y.),
1901-07; Assoc. Pastor, Fifth Ave., Presbyter-
ian Church (N.Y.), 1907-09; Pastor, First
Presbyterian Church, San Diego (Calif.), 1910-
20; Ladd Prof, of Practical Theol., San Fran-
ci.sco Theol. Sem.. 1920-37; Pres., N.Y. State
Christian Endeavor Union, 1900-05; Modera-
tor, Synod of Calif., 1917-18.
Former Directorships: Church Ext. Bd., Los
Angeles Presbytery, 1915-20; Church Ext.
Board, San Francisco, Presbytery, 1921-30;
Trustee, S. F. Theol. Sem., 1915-20.
Publications: The Passion for Souls, 1900.
Memberships: Marin Co., Country and
Meadow Clubs; Chi Alpha.
Religion: Presbyterian.
Politics: Republican.

Ho7ne Address: 755 Mayflower Rd., Clare-
mont, Calif.

HALLEY, Mary Belle

Librarian, El Segundo Public Library.
Born: Colorado (Tex.); d. of Sarah Elizabeth
(Oatts> and James M. Halley.
Education: Round Rock Coll.; public schs.,
Paducah (Tex.); Grad., Baade-Forkel, School
of Music, Waco (Tex.), 1915.
Prof. Record: Taught music, 1916-24; Branch
Librarian, Los Angeles Co. Free Libr., El Se-
gundo, 1920-30; Asst. Librarian, 1930-33, Li-
brarian, 1933 — , El Segundo Public Library.
Religion : Methodist.
Politics: Democrat.

Bus. Address: 204-206 W. Grand Ave., El
Segundo, Calif.

Ho7ne Address: 147 Concord St., El Segundo,


Organizer, Alhambra Shumvvay Mines, Inc.

Born: Globe (Tulare Co., Calif.), Aug. 10,

1884; s. of Mary Martha (Osborne) and

Henry Warren Halliburton.

Education: Schools in Globe.

Married: Eva May, d. of Bell Buckalew,

Lindsay (Calif.), Sept. 10, 1905; ch. : Charles

Emory, and Richard Dean.

Bus. Records: Oil and mercantile bus. in

Coalinga (Calif.), 1905-39; started promotion

of Alhambra-Shumway Mines, Inc., in fall

of 1936; sold mercantile business to Caray

Mine development, 1937; succeeded in getting

Alhambra on production, Sept. 1939; has

produced in excess of $750,000, to date.

Directorships: Alhambra-Shumway Mines,

Inc.; Golden Acacia Mines, Inc.; Herul Place,

Ltd.; Inter-Mountain States Oil Co.; Calif.

Aztec Mining Co.

Memberships: Elks.

Religion: Christian, Lutheran.

Politics : Republican.

Recreations: Golf, hunting, and fishing.

Bus. Address: Helm Bldg., Fresno, Calif.

Home Address: 316 W. Olive, Fresno, Calif.

HALSEY, William Forrest, Officier

Born: Roseville (N.J.), 1878; s. of Maria
Lucas (Whittemore) and Augustus Ogden



Education: Newark Acad. (N.J.); Artist Ar-
tlslnns Inst. (New York City).
Prof. Record: Art student, Illustrator, art
editor; on advice of II. L. Mencken chanRcd
profession to that of wriler: pul)llsticd a
numljer ol novels; author or co-author of
nine plays produced in EnRJand and America ;
then wrote or adapted pictures, adapted and
supervised Monnirur Bemicairc for Iludolph
Valentino; adapted Disraeli, silent version, for
George Arliss; adapted Sardou's Madame
San Gene, and supervised the film's produc-
tion In France with Gloria Swanson and a
French comptiny; decorated by French Govt,
for the film.

Publications: Fate and the Butterfly (B. W.
Dodge and Co.), 1909; The Stain (F. C.
Browne and Co., Chicago), 1913; The Bawl-
erout (F. G. Browne & Co.), 1914, and
Men Who Dare, 1914.

Army Record: Pvt., Camden Co. Troop, N. J.
Nat. Guard, 1904-08; Major, Officers Res.
Corps of the U. S. Army, 1924-29.
Award: La Palm Acaddmicien (Fr.).
Religion: Episcopal.
Politics: Republican.
Recreations : Drawing.

Home Address: 20 Avenue 50, Venice, Calif,
and 501Vi Hanover St., Fredericksburg, Va.'

HAM. Israel Hayes, B.L., J.D.

City Attorney, City of Tulare.
Born: Lemoore (Calif.), Dec. 5, 1885; s. of Jo-
sephine Marenda (Gray) and Israel Hayes

Education: Tulare public schs.; Univ. of
Calif. (Berkeley).

Degrees: B.L., 1910, J.D., 1912, U. of Calif.
Married: Florence C. (Mrs. Cantwell), d. of
Christine (Kruse) and Louis Erickson, Oak-
land (Calif. •), Aug. 4, 1924.
Prof. Record: Grad., Univ. of Calif., 1910;
admitted to Calif, bar, 1912; practice of law in
San Francisco, 1912-13; Teacher, 1914; Lec-
turer. Panama Pac. Exposition, 1915; prac-
ticed law In Mariposa (Calif.), 1916; Member,
law firm of Middlecoff, Scott and Ham,
Visalia (Calif."), 1917-23; Asst. Dist. Atty. of
Tulare Co., 1918-20: Deputy Dist. Atty. of
Los Angeles Co., 1924-28; practice of law in
Tulare (Calif.), 1929-41; City Atty., City
of Tulare since 1935.
Memberships: Lions, Elks.
Politics : Republican.
Recreations: Golf, swimming.
Bus. Address: Young BIdg., Tulare, Calif.
Home Address: 219 So. O St., Tulare, Calif.

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