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SAMUEL A. WHITAKER, Chester County, was born at Phoenixville, Chester County, Pa.,
February 15, 1876; was educated in the public schools and the University of Pennsylvania, graduating from the College in 1806, and the Law Department in 1999; inmediately began the pratice of law in Chester County and in Philadelphia, where he was associated with J. Whitaker Thompson and Morris Vallett ; Is trust othcer and director of Phoenixville Trust Company; has always been actire in the affairs of the Republican Party In Chester County; was Captain if Battery C, One Hundred Seventh Field Artillery during its Border service and in France anů Belgium during the World War; was a member of the House of Representatives, sessions of 1913, 1915 and 1917, and in 1918, was nominated, but withdrew from the ticket while in France, again elected in November, 1920; was elected Speaker of the House of Representatires, April
25, 1921. OLARENCH A. WHITEHOUSE, Schuylkill County, was born April 30, 1880; was graduated
from Princeton University in 1902; adınitted to practice law in Pennsylvania in 1904; served as district attoruey of Schuylkill County, 1912-1020; elected to the House of Representatives
in November, 1920, THOMAS MOORHEAD WHITEMAN, Westmoreland County, was born in Latrobe, Westmoreland
County, Pa., March 12, 1877; was graduated from Latrobe High School in 1804, and from Di inson College in 1899, with degree of Ph. B.; in 1900, was awarded degree of A. N. by Dickinson College; was graduated from Columbia University School of Law in 1902, with degree of LL.B., and was admitted to the practice of law in New York State, in the same year in December, 1902, he helped form the Latrobe Printing and Publishing Company, of what he is president, and to establish the Latrobe Bulletin, of which he is managing editor; elected
to the House of Represen latives in 1918; re-elected in November, 1920. GEORGE W. WILLIAMS, Tioga County, was born at Tioga, Tioga County, Pa., June 23, 1859;
educated in the public schools of Wellsboro; is Trustee of the Green Home at Roaring Bach, Treasurer of the Water Company and Director of the Savings Building and Loan Associati , and President of the Tioga Washed Sand and Gravel Company ; bas been wazected with the estate of William Bingham of Philadelphia, since 1880; was elected to the Senate on January 18, 1907, to all a vacancy; served as a Republican presidential elector in 1905. elected to the House of Representatives in 1910, 1912, 1914, 1916 and 1918; re-elected in Noren.
ber, 1920. SAMUEL B. WOLFE, Union County, was born at Lewisburg, Union County, Pa., August 4, 1578;
educated in the public and private schools of Lewisburg; at an early age, clerked in a grocery store, subsequently, graduating from Keller's Business College, when he became secretary to Congressman Benjamin K. Focht; later, was manager and assnclate editor of the Lests are Saturday News; was twice elected delegate to the Republican State Convention, and settlar of the Union County Republican Committee, Afteen years; enlisted in Company A, Twelfth Regiment, N. G. P., in September, 1895, with which organization he served in the Spa American War in 1898; after the war he assisted in reorganizing the National Gun enllsting In Company A, Twelfth Regiment, and served as corporal, sergeant, regimental sergeest, major, second and first lieutenant of Coinpany A, later, being appointed Captain and Adjutat of the Twelfth Regiment, serving as such until February 19, 1916, when he was appointed Captain of Cavalry and commanded Troop M, First Pennsylvania Cavalry on the Mexican Border in 1916-1917; in the World War he served as captain of Cavalry, later being transferred to Artillery, commanding Battery A, Forty-ninth Field Artillery, subsequently being procuted to Major of Artillery and later assigned to command a Squadron in the Fourth Colted States Cavalry, with which organization he served until honorably discharged August 18, 1919; is at present Major of Cavalry in the N. G. P.; elected to the House of Representatives in Norem.
ber, 1920. GEORGE IRVIN WONER, Butler County, was born at Canaan Center, Ohio, June 13, 1879;
educated in common schools and at Wooster University, Ohio, coinpleting course in the latter school in 1894, and received degree of A. M. In 1897; entered newspaper work as reporter 1895; became editor and manager of The Daily Republican, at Painesville, Ohio, in 1998; located at Butler, in 1906, as managing editor The Daily Eagle; became editor and manager The Daily Citizen in 1911; in 1913 organized The Ziegler Printing Company, Incorporated, 874 now conducts extensive printing and binding plant; president, Oakvale Realty Company, antite in publie development, church, Y. M. C. A. and temperance work; president Butler Busty*** Men's Association, three years, and County Sabbath School Association, one year; dirit Chamber of Commerce ; elected to the House of Representatives in 1918; re-elected in Norenbei,
1920. WILLISTON P. WOOD, Warren County, was born at Titusville, Crawford County, Pa., Angert
22, 1877; educated in public schools including Warren High School and Business College producer and farmer at Grand Valley, where he has resided since 1878; delegate to Repallia State Convention which nominated Governor Tener; elected to the House of Representatives to
1918; re-elected in November, 1920. JOHN I. WOODRUFF, Snyder County, was born near Selinsgrove, Snyder County, Pa., Norenhet
24, 1864; his early life was spent on his father's farm; received his early education : country school; entered Susquehanna University where he studied for several years, leter, Bucknell University, where he was graduated in 1890 ; before entering college he taught te several years in the public schools ; after leaving college he engaged in teaching and eduratra work, and, since 1892, has been professor of English and Education in Susquehanna University from 1901 to 1904, was acting president of Susquehanna University; is a careful student educational problems, an instructor at teachers' institutes and a lecturer on educational and se ciological subjects; in 1903, Wittenberg College conferred on him the degree of doctor of I erature; served as a member of the Council of National Defense and the Committee on PutSafety during the World War; was elected to the House of Representatives in 1918; recieca.
in November, 1920. SIMON F. ZOOK, Blair County, was born on a farm at Curryville, Blair County, Pa., March 1
1887 : was educated in the common schools and Junlata College, Huntingdon, Pa.: tanght sce? four terms; was a traveling salesman four years, and five years ago, bought his father's fara where he now resides; is a breeder of purebred Holstein cattle and Berkshire swine: tsa member of the executive committee of the Blair County Farm Burean; elected to the House et Representatives in November, 1918; re-elected in November, 1920.
MEMBERS OF THE SENATE OF PENNSYLVANIA, 1921-1922.
(The terms of the Senators from the even-numbered districts expire December, 1922, and from the
Session of 1921, see l'age 492.)
XX District--Luzerne (part of).
ASA K. DeWITT, D., Plymouth. I District, 1st, 26th, 36th, 39th and 18th wards
XXI District--Luzerne (part of) *(Vacancy).
P. F. JOYCE, R., Pittston.
XXII District-Lackawanna. II District, 2d, 3d, 4th, 7th, 8th, 9th and
ALBERT DAVIS, R., Scranton. 30th wardsSAMUEL W. SALUS, R., 614 South Eleventh XXIII District-Wyoming, Susquehanna and street.
EDWARD E. JONES, R., Harford, Susquehanna III District, 5th, 6th, 10th, 11th, 12th, 13th,
County. 14th, 16th, and 18th wardsWILLIAM J. MONICHOL, R., 1037 Race Street.
XXIV District-- Columbia, Montour, Sullivan
and Lycoming IV District, 24th, 27th, 34th, 40th, 44th and CHARLES W. SONES, D., Williamsport, Ly46th wards
coming County. EDWARD W. PATTON, R., 402 Lincoln Build
XXV District-Tioga, Potter and McKean. ing.
FRANK E. BALDWIN, R., Austin, Potter
County. V District, 17th, 19th, 20th, 31st and 37th wards
XXVI District-Forest, Elk, Clinton, CamMAX ARON, R., 941 North Eighth Street.
eron and Clarion.
CHARLES E. DONAHUE, R., Lock Haven, ClinVI District, 21st, 220, 38th and 42d wards
ton County. GEORGE WOODWARD, R., Mount Airy, Philadelphia.
XXVII District-Northumberland, Snyder
und Union. VII District, 15th, 28th, 29th, 32d and 47th | + (Vacancy).
wards AUGUSTUS F. DAIX, Jr., R., 1613 North XXVIII District-York. Thirty-third street.
EORGE MARLOW, R., York. VIII District, 23d. 25th, 33d, 35th, 41st, 430 XXIX District-Schuylkill. and 45th wards
ROBERT D. HEATON, R., Ashland.
XXX District-Huntingdon and Blair.
PLYMOUTH W. SNYDER, R., Hollidaysburg, IX District-Delaware.
Blair County. ALBERT DUTTON MacDADE, R., Chester.
XXXI District-Mifflin, Juniata, Perry and
XXXII District- Fayette.
1 (Vacancy.) JAMES S. BOYD, R., Norristown.
XXXIII District--Adams and Franklin. XIII District-Lancaster (part of).
D. EDWARD LONG, R., Chambersburg, Franklin
SUMMERFIELD J. MILLER, R., Madera, Clear.
field County. County.
XXXV District-Cambria. XV District--Dauphin.
W. I. STINEMAN, R., Johnstown. FRANK A. SMITH, R., Harrisburg.
XXXVI District--Fulton, Bedford and SomXVI District--Lehigh.
erset. HORACE W. SCHANTZ, R., Macungie.
JOHN S. MILLER, R., Somerset, Somerset
County. XVII District-Lebanon and Lancaster (part of).
XXXVII District-Jefferson and Indiana. **CLLON N. BERNTHEIZEL, Columbia, Lan- JOSEPH O. CLARK, R., Glen Campbell, Indiana caster County.
XXXVIII Allegheny (part of). W. CLAYTON HACKITT, D., Easton.
M. G. LESLI, R., Jenkins Arcade Building,
37 Commercial Trust Building, Philadel. JAMES B. WEAVER, R., Latrobe.
XL District- Allegheny (part of).
*Vacancy caused hy death of Edwin H. Vare, Ortober 16, 1922.
** Elected December 21, 1920, to fill vacancy caused by death of Horace L. Haldeman, October 27, 1920.
+Vacancy caused by resignation of William C. McConnell, July 15, 1921. Vacancy caused by resignation of William E. Crow, October 24, 1921.
XLI District-Armstrong and Butler.
XLVI District--Washington and Greene. ALFRED M. CHRISTLEY, R., Butler, Butler | JOSEPH A. HERRON, R., Monongahela, Wash. County.
ington County. XLII District- Allegheny (part of).
XLVII District-Beaver and Lawrence. MORRIS EINSTEIN, R., McClintock Street and WILLIAM DAVID CRAIG, R., Bearer, Beaver Perrysville Avenue, Pittsburgh, North
XLVIII District-Warren and Venango. XLIII District- Allegheny (part of).
MARSHALL L. PHIPPS, R., Franklin, Venango WILSON MOCLINTOCK, R., 8425
A. E. SISSON, R., Erie. W. CRAWFORD MURDOCH, R., Wilkinsburg.
L District--Crawford and Mercer. XLV District-Allegheny (part of).
FRED A. SERVICE, R, Sharon, Mercer County *(Vacancy).
*Vacancy caused by death of Norman A. Whitten, March 17, 1922.
Elected November 2, 1920, to fill vacancy caused by death of James M. Campbell, June 11, 1019.
SENATE OF PENNSYLVANIA-1921-1922.
SENATORS AND CHIEF OFFICERS OF THE SENATE WITH POST OFFICE, COUNTY, AND RESIDENCE IN
from January 4, 1921, to April 28, 1921.
ARTHUR J. LYONS, Journal Clerk, Corry, Erie County.
941 North Eighth Street,
Philadelphia. 17 Baldwin, Frank E.,
Allegheny, *Bernheizel, Cleon N., Columbia,
Lancaster, 38 Boyd, James S..
Montgomery 16 Buckman, Clarence J.,
Indiana, 12 Oraig, William David,
Beaver, 6 Crow, wmiam E.,
Fayette, 40 Culbertson, Frederick W.
Mifflin, %5 Daix, Augustus F.. Jr.,
1613 North Thirty-third Street,
Philadelphia, 22 Davis, Albert,
Lackawanna, 10 DeWitt, Asa K.,
Luzerne, 30 Donahue. Charles E.,
Clinton, 27 Einstein, Morris,
McClintock Street and Perrysville Avenue, Allegheny,
Pittshurgh. North Side,
Ohester, 21 Gray, George,
1224 Wakeling Street, Frankford,
Northampton, 11 Heaton, Robert D.,
Schuylkili. 18 Herron, Joseph A.,
42 Aron, Max,
Jones, Edward E.,
3 *McConnell, William 0..
Miller, John S.,
Murdoch, W. Crawford,
Smith, Frank A.,
9 Sones, Charles W.
||Vare, Edwin H.,
201 Stato Street.
*Resigned July 15, 1921.