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STATE OF IOWA 1935-1936

OFFICIAL REGISTER

THIRTY-SIXTH NUMBER

COMPILED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF CHARLES D. O'DONNELL Superintendent of Printing

BY

LESTER W. DRENNEN Editor

Published by THE STATE OF IOWA Des Moines

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IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER—1935-1930 TABLE OF CONTENTS AND INDEX STATE OFFICERS, BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS Academy of Science Adjutant General Agricultural Department Armory B o a r d Attorney General Auditor of State Banking Department Basic Sciences Board of E x a m i n e r s B o a r d of Accountancy Board of Architectural E x a m i n e r s Board of Assessment and Review Board of B a r b e r E x a m i n e r s B o a r d of Chiropractic E x a m i n e r s B o a r d of Conservation Board of Cosmetology E x a m i n e r s B o a r d of Control Board of Dental E x a m i n e r s Board of Education B o a r d of Educational E x a m i n e r s Board of Embalmer Examiners B o a r d of Engineer E x a m i n e r s Board of E x a m i n e r s in the Basic Sciences Board of Examiners, Mine Inspectors Board, of Examiners, Shorthand Reporters B o a r d of Health Board of L a w E x a m i n e r s B o a r d of Medical E x a m i n e r s Board of Nurse E x a m i n e r s Board of Optometry E x a m i n e r s Board of Osteopathic Examiners B o a r d of Parole Board of P h a r m a c y E x a m i n e r s Board of P r i n t i n g Board of Railroad Commissioners B o a r d of Vocational Education B u r e a u of Labor Clerk of Supreme Court Code Editor and Supreme Court Reporter Commerce Counsel Commission of Aeronautics Commission of Conservation Commission for the Blind Commission of Liquor Control Commission of Old Age Assistance Commission on Uniform State Laws Commissioner of I n s u r a n c e Comptroller Custodian D e p a r t m e n t of Agriculture Department of B a n k i n g D e p a r t m e n t of Health Educational E x a m i n e r s Executive Council F i r e Marshal (Geological Survey Governor Governor's Military Staff Graves Registration Health D e p a r t m e n t H i g h w a y Commission Historical D e p a r t m e n t Historical Society I n s u r a n c e Commissioner Labor Commissioner Law Examiners Librarian Library Commission Lieutenant Governor Liquor Commission Mine Inspectors Old Age Assistance Commission Pharmacy Examiners Railroad Commission Secretary of State Soldiers Bonus Board State Board for Vocational Education

94 8-5 63 86 65 61 84 88 90 96 72 81 81 87 81 71 81 75 66 81 95 ** JJJ -34 79 65 80 93 81 81 74 94 93 68 67 89 97 97 69 86 87 96 77 78 90 82 73 70 63 84 79 66 70 88 92 59 86 86 79 81 90 92 82 89 65 90 91 60 77 95 78 94 68 60 85 67

TABLE OF CONTENTS AND INDEX State Fair Board State Fire Marshal State Printing Board Superintendent of Printing Superintendent of Public Instruction Treasurer of State War Roster Commission Weather and Crop Service Workmen's Compensation Service

83 88 93 93 66 62 85 64 89

PRIMARY ELECTION STATISTICS Vote Vote Vote Vote Vote Vote Vote Vote Vote

by counties for United States Representatives by counties for Governor by counties for Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of State by counties for Auditor and Secretary of Agriculture by counties for Treasurer and Attorney General by counties for Railroad Commissioner by counties for Superintendent of Public Instruction by counties for State Senators by counties for State Representatives

214 202 °0i 206 208 212 210 217 221

GENERAL ELECTION STATISTICS Comparative vote by counties for Governor, 1932-1934 314 Vote by precincts for Congressmen and State Officials 226-313 Vote by counties for Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor and Treasurer. 316 Vote by counties for Attorney General, Secretary of Agriculture, Railroad Commissioner and Superintendent of Public Instruction 318 Vote by counties for Judges of Supreme Court 320 Vote by counties for United States Representatives 322 Vote by counties for State Senators 324 Vote by counties for State Representatives 326

JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT Biographies of Supreme Court Judges Clerk of the Supreme Court District Court District Court Judges Municipal Courts and Judges Superior Courts and Judges Supreme Court Supreme Court Judges Code Editor

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105-107 v 97 99 99 102 103 98 98 97

THE FORTY-SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Biographies of Senators Biographies of Representatives List" of Members Officers of the Senate Officers of the House of Representatives

128-136 137-157 124-127 123 123

BIOGRAPHIES Members of Congress State Officials State Senators State Representatives

107-100 104-121 128-136 137-157

COUNTY OFFICERS OF IOWA List of county officers arranged by counties

158-174

POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS Democratic committee, conventions and plntform Republican committee, conventions and platform

183-187 187-191

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT Biographies of members of congress from Iowa President and cabinet personnel United States officials for Iowa

107-109 175-179 180-182

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEK—1935-1936 NEWSPAPEKS FOE IOWA Arranged alphabetically by towns and cities Newspapers arranged by counties

345 359

DECLAEATION OF INDEPENDENCE AND CONSTITUTIONS Constitution of Iowa Constitution of United States Declaration of Independence

460 449 447

MISCELLANEOUS Maps showing political districts Proceedings of Executive Council Outline of Government of Iowa Description of the State Capitol Calendar of Official Dates Governor's Military Staff History of Iowa How Iowa Laws Are Made State Officials for Other States Iowa Population Statistics Historical Register of Iowa Officials

20, 480 440 43-46 54-55 56-58 86 37-43 46-53 192-201 330-344 365-439

CLYDE L. HERRING

Governor

NELSON G. KRASCHEL

Lieutenant Governor

MRS. ALEX MILLER

Secretary of State

CHARLES W.

STORMS

Auditor of State

LEO J. WEGMAN

Treasurer of State

RAY MURRAY

Secretary of Agriculture

EDWARD L. 0 'CONNOR Attorney General

AGNES SAMUELSON

Superintendent of Public Instruction

UNITED STATES SENATORS UNITED STATES EEPRESENTATIVES

SUPREME COURT JUSTICES 1. E. G. ALBERT 4. W. H. H A M I L T O N 7. JAMES M. PARSONS

2. J O H N W. ANDERSON 5. J O H N W. K I N T Z I N G E R 8. L E O N W. POWERS

3. MAURICE F. DONEGAN 6. RICHARD F. M I T C H E L L 9. P A U L W. RICHARDS

BOARD OF RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS 1. M.

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CONWAY

2. G. A. HUFFMAN

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BOARD OF CONTROL OF STATE INSTITUTIONS 4.

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STEVENS

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FELTON

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WHITE

STATE BOARD OF ASSESSMENT AND REVIEW 7.

C. F. GREEN

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VALENTINE

9.

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E. RODDEWIG

12.

M.

l>. COONEY

BOARD OF PAROLE 10.

GEO. M. SIMPSON

11.

FRANK M. CAKRELL

IOWA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION 1. F. P. HAGEMANN

2. HARRY GREEN

3. J. A. KNUDSON

4. 0. J. DITTO (See Representatives for C. L. McKinnon) IOWA LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION 5. B. E. MANLEY

6. D I C K R. LANE (See Representatives for Andrew Stewart)

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE COMMISSION 7. J O H N F. PORTERFIELD

8. MRS. E. R. MEREDITH

9. A. L. U R I C K

STATE OFFICERS 10. C. B. MURTAGH, State Comptroller; 1 1 . FRED R. W H I T E , Chief Engineer of Highway Commission; 12. RAY

STATE OFFICERS 1. J. VINCENT TPYLE, Fire Marshal; 2. W. II. GEMMILL, Secretary of Board of Education; 3. l . G. WHITNEY, Code Editor; 4. Ci-IAELES H. GRAHL, Adjutant General; 5. H. W. GARRETT, Clerk of Supreme Co n t ; 6. DR. W. L. BIERRING, Commissioner of Health ; 7. A. B. FUNK, Industrial Commissioner; 8. A. J. SMALL, unsel; Law Librarian; 9. JOHN C, DEMAR, Commerce Labor Commissioner; 11. EDGAR R. HARLAN, Ci 1rator,

12. A. R. COREY, Secretary of Stat

10.

FRANK

Historical Fair Board.

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WENIG,

Department;

STATE OFFICERS 1. JOHNSON BRIGHAM, State Librarian; 2. D. W. BATES, Superintendent of Banking; 3. M. L. HUTTON, State Conservation Director; 4. CHAS. D. O'DOXNELL, Superintendent of Printing; 5. Ross EWING, Secretary of Executive Council; 6. BYRON G. ALLEN, Superintendent, Old Age Commission

State Senatorial Districts

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SENATORS IN THE FORTY-SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY (The portrait of Senator Stevens appears as a member of the Board of Control)

REPRESENTATIVES IN THE FORTY-SIXTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY

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THE STATE FLOWER OF IOWA The Wild Rose \v;is officially designated as the flower of the state by the twenty-sixth general assembly in extraordinary s7. No particular species of the Wild Rose was designated by the general assembly, but it is supposed that the legislators had in mind the ''Wild Prairie R o s e / ' or Rasa Pratincola, as it is tin1 most common and most widely distributed species in the state.

THE STATE BIRD OF IOWA The forty-fifth general assembly, by a concurrent resolution adopted ]\larch 1212, 19.V», designated the Eastern Goldfinch, Spinus tristis tristis, as the official bird of Iowa. The Goldfinch is Generally designated as a wild canary. The male is a bright yellow with black wings, tail and the top of its head. The female is similarly marked, but not so brilliant. These birds are rather common in the southern part of the state, but less numerous in the northern part.

THE WILD ROSE.

THE STATE FLOWER OF IOWA

THE EASTERN (iOLDFINCH.

THE STATE BTRD OF ]O\V.\

THE STATE BANNER On March 29, 1921, the thirty-ninth general assembly adopted a resolution designating a design for a flagto be known as the ' ' State Banner.'' The banner was designed by the 4 ' Iowa Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution/' and consists of three vertical stripes of blue, white and red, with the blue stripe nearest the staff and the white stripe in the center depicting a spreading eagle bearing in its beak blue streamers on which is inscribed in white letters the state motto, "Our liberties we prize and our rights we will maintain/' The word "Iowa" in red letters is just below the streamers.

THK HISTORY OF IOWA THE HISTORY OF IOWA1 A Brief Summary The Land

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ILLIONS of years ago an ocean covered what is now the Mississippi valley. As the waters receded, sand and clay were deposited upon the remains of the shell-covered animals which had lived in this sea and under pressure of successive layers the sand became sandstone and the clay turned into shale, while the animal deposits became limestone. Lead ore accumulated in the vicinity of Dubuque. Later the climate became tropical and giant trees and ferns grew in the swamps. Their remains were, in turn, covered by clay or sand and became coal. In some places beds of gypsum were left as the water evaporated, forming a soft, gray rock now used for plaster or stucco. In the centuries which followed, at least five great ice sheets covered the whole or some parts of Iowa. As each one melted, it left a layer of powdered rock, sprinkled with flinty boulders. In the intervals between the glaciers, plants grew and their remains mingled with the glacial deposits to make the deep, rich soil of Iowa. The Indians of Iowa The earliest remains of human life in Iowa are the rock-shelters and mounds of pre-historic Indians. Thousands of these mounds once existed in Iowa and hundreds may still be seen, especially in northeastern Iowa. When white men first saw the Iowa country several tribes of Indians hunted, fished, and fought here. These Indians usually lived in small temporary villages on the river terraces and their homes were tepees or wickiups made of bark or skin and nearby were the gardens where the women raised small patches of corn, beans, and pumpkins. Their weapons were bows and arrows; their implements were made of stone or bone. When the white traders came among them, the Indians learned to sell their furs and buy guns, powder, traps, knives, blankets, calico, cooking utensils, mirrors, paint, tobacco, and whisky, but they soon discovered that settlers followed the traders and that the settlers wanted their lands. By 1832 the van of white settlement had reached the east bank of the Mississippi river and the Sauk and Fox Indians were ordered to leave their cornfields on Kock river and cross the Mississippi. Black Hawk, a famous chief of that period, claimed that the treaty (1804) giving up the land in Illinois had been illegally signed and he and his band resisted the removal. They were defeated and compelled to surrender not only their lands in Illinois but a strip west of the Mississippi river, known as the Black Hawk purchase. The title to the land west of the river passed to the Federal government on June 1, 1833. This was the beginning of the end for the Indians in Iowa. Keokuk\s Reserve on the Iowa river was sold in 1836, and a year later an additional strip of land was added to the Black Hawk purchase. The Sauk and Fox Indians, by a treaty signed in 1842, were compelled to cede about one-third of the area of Iowa, agreeing to withdraw across the Missouri river in 1845. The Pottawattamie Indians had been given (by a treaty of 1883) lands in southwestern Iowa, but in 1846 they were moved to Kansas. The Winnebago Indians had been settled in what was called the "neutral ground," a narrow strip of land in northeastern Iowa ceded (1830) as a buffer strip by the Sioux and the Sauk and Fox. In accordance with a treaty signed in 1846, the Winnebagoes were moved to Minnesota. The Sioux retained their hunting grounds in the north and northwest until 1851 when they too were forced to cede their Iowa lands to the government. Two later incidents connect the Indians with Iowa. In the summer of 1856, a number of white families settled in the region around the Okoboji lakes iCompiled by the State Historical Society of Iowa under the direction of Benj. F. Shamh, superintendent, for the Iowa Official Register.

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and Spirit Lake. The following spring a band of Sioux Indians, wandering through the region, killed more than thirty of the settlers and carried off three women and a girl as prisoners. About the same time some Sauk and Fox Indians came back to their beloved Iowa. The Iowa legislature passed a law (1856) permitting a band of these homesick Indians to remain in Tama county, and in 1857, with the assistance of Governor James W. Grimes, they bought eighty acres of land. There are now about 400 of these Indians, mostly Foxes, and they own nearly four thousand acres of land along the Iowa river. They -have been made citizens and, if otherwise qualified, may vote. Exploration The first white men to sec Iowa were Father Marquette and Louis Joliet who, with five boatmen, came down the Mississippi river in June, 1673. At some spot along the shore, probably near the mouth of the Iowa river, the party landed and Marquette and Joliet visited a nearby village of Illinois Indians. During the next century a number of white soldiers and traders came through the Iowa country. In 1788 (iive years after the close of the Revolution) Julien Dubuque, a French-Canadian trader, crossed the Mississippi river to the lead mines in the vicinity of Dubuque and established his home there. Eight years later (1796) he received from the Spanish governor a grant of land, including the lead mines, which he named the "Mines of Spain." Dubuque remained at the mines until his death in 1810. A man named Basil Giard also secured a grant of some 5 680 acres in Clayton county, and in 1799 Louis Honore Teson was granted about 6.000 acres in what is now Lee county, where he planted the first app ] e orchard in Iowa. All of these grants were obtained from the Spanish government, for France had ceded the western half of Louisiana to Spain in 1762. Napoleon, however, compelled Spain to recede Louisiana to France in 1800. In the meantime American merchants quarrelled with the Spanish officials over the commerce down the Mississippi and President Jefferson decided to buy the port of New Orleans. To the surprise of the Americans, Napoleon offered to sell the whole of Louisiana, since he felt he could not defend it against the English, and in 1803 the United States bought Louisiana, including Iowa, for $15,000,000. President Jefferson sent Meriwether Lewis and William Clark with a party to explore the new purchase. Sergeant Charles Floyd, one of the explorers, who died near the present site of Sioux City (August 20, 1804), was the first white man known to have died on Iowa soil. In 1805 Lieutenant Zebulon M. Pike led an expedition up the Mississippi river. Major Stephen H. Long (1819, 1820), Henry E. SchooWaft (1820, 1832), William*!!. Keating (1823), and Colonel Stephen Watts Kearny (1820, 1824. 1835), were other explorers of Iowaland. Settlement Little by little traders, miners, and farmers edged into Iowa. Settlements were not permitted in the Indian country, but77 a number of white families were allowed to settle in the "half-breed tract, the triangle in southeastern Iowa at the junction of the Mississippi and Des Moines rivers which had been given to the half breeds (in 1824) by the Sauk and Fox. To the north, the lead mines of Dubuque tempted white men to cross the river as early as 1829, but United States troops drove them back across the river until after June 1, • 1833, when the Black Hawk purchase became part of the public domain. When the government surveys began in 1836, there were more than ten thousand white settlers in Iowa. The first land offices were opened at Dubuque and Burlington in 1838. The land was sold by the government for $1.25 an acre. To protect their claims before the land was offered for sale settlers often formed ' ' claim associations.'' The early pioneers of Iowa came chiefly from eastern and southeastern states, but there were also many settlers who came directly from Europe. Most of the immigrants who settled in Iowa soon learned the English

THE HISTORY OF IOWA language, became American citizens, and were soon assimilated with the genera] population. By 1847 there were 116,454 people in Iowa and in 1860 the population was 674 913, of which 106,081 were foreign born. In 1930 the population of Iowa was 2,470,939. There have been some interesting group settlements in Iowa. In 1846 several thousand Mormons crossed the state on their way from Nauvoo, Illinois, to Utah. They established a number of permanent camps and some of them remained in southern Iowa. One of their settlements was Kanesville, later Council Bluffs. Ten years later some 1,300 Mormons pushed handcarts from Iowa City westward on their way to Salt Lake City. Hollanders came to Pella in 1847, and English to Le Mars thirty years later. Germans, Irish, Scandanavians, and Czechoslovakians (Bohemians) added to the immigrant total. There were also a number of communistic settlements in Iowa. One of these was made (1855) by members of the Amana society (now a joint stock company), which owns about twenty-six thousand acres of land, chiefly in Iowa county. The members, numbering about 1,400, live in seven villages. Some French people who called themselves Icarians organized a communistic settlement at Nauvoo, Illinois, in 1849, and ten years later moved to Adams county, Iowa, near Corning, where they built a village called Icaria. After several divisions and withdrawals, the Icarian community was finally dissolved in 1895. The History of Government in Iowa The beginning of settlements, of course, brought up the question of government. Soon after the United States bought Louisiana (in 1803), the northern part, including Iowa, was included in the District of Louisiana and attached to the Territory of Indiana. Later the Iowa country was made a part of the Territory of Louisiana and still later (1812) it was included in the Territory of Missouri. When Missouri was admitted as a state (1821), the part of the Louisiana purchase north of Missouri was left without governmental organization until 1834, when it was attached to the Territory of Michigan. Two years later the western part of Michigan territory was organized as the Territory of Wisconsin. Through its connection with Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin, the Iowa country inherited much of the spirit of the Northwest Ordinance. How and when was Iowa named? In 1835 a party of dragoons made a march up the Des Moines river, starting from Fort Des Moines (No. 1), near the mouth of the Des Moines river. Among the officers of this expedition was Lieut. Albert M. Lea. The next year he wrote a book in which he referred to the part of Wisconsin territory west of the Mississippi as the Iowa district. The name, he said, was derived from the Iowa river. When congress decided to create a new territory west of the Mississippi river, the name suggested by Lea's book was adopted and a bill creating the Territory of Iowa was approved on June 12, 1838. It went into effect on July 4th. Eobert Lucas, who had been governor of Ohio, was appointed governor of Iowa. The first election was held on September 10, 1838. The act creating the Territory of Iowa named Burlington as the temporary capital, but left the choice of the permanent seat of government to the legislature. After much discussion, it was finally decided to lay out a new capital city in Johnson county and name it Iowa City. The cornerstone of the capitol building was laid on July 4, 1840, and the legislature held its first session in the new capitol (now the old capitol) in the fall of 1842. As the white settlers increased in numbers, men began to talk of statehood, but it was not until 1844 that the first constitution was drafted and it was twice rejected by the voters. A second constitution was approved (in 1846) and on December 28, 1846, President Polk signed the bill admitting Iowa into the union. The first state election was hold on August 20, 1846, and Ansel Briggs was the first governor elected. In 1857 a new constitution was adopted and the capital was moved to Des Moines. The Iowa constitution gave the suffrage to white male citizens over twentyone, but in 1868 an amendment extended this right to colored men. Women

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vote in Iowa by virtue of the nineteenth amendment to the United States Constitution (1920). As electors women became eligible to serve on juries and to hold all offices except those in the general assembly. In 1926 a constitutional amendment removed this sex qualification for membership in the legislature. The legislature of Michigan (in 1834) created two counties in the Iowa area—Dubuque and Demoine. Lyon and Osceola counties, the last of the ninety-nine counties to be organized, elected their first officers in 1871. Burlington and Fort Madison, chartered by the legislature of Wisconsin (January, 1838) were the first incorporated municipalities in Iowa. Military History Although there are accounts of a few battles between Indian tribes, the soil of Iowa has been unusually free from bloodshed. Only one battle between whites and Indians (between French soldiers and the Sauk and Fox Indians in 1735) and one massacre of whites by the Indians (at Spirit Lake in 1857) are recorded. The first fort built in Iowa was Fort Madison erected on the site of the present city of Fort Madison in 1808. I t was abandoned and destroyed during the War of 1812. During the period when the Indians were being crowded out of Iowa and the white settlers were coming in, a number of temporary forts or posts were established. Among these were the first Fort Des Moines on the west bank of the Mississippi river near the mouth of the Des Moines (1834); Fort Atkinson, in the "neutral ground" (1840); and the second Fort Des Moines, at the junction of the Des Moines and Kaccoon rivers (1843). The interest of Iowans in the Mexican war is indicated by the names given to Iowa counties—Mills, Guthrie, Butler, Taylor, Hardin, Einggold, Yell, Eisley, Buena Vista, Cerro Gordo, and Palo Alto. Yell and Risley counties were later united to form Webster county. During the Civil war, Iowa furnished forty-eight regiments of infantry, nine regiments of cavalry, and four batteries of artillery, nearly 80,000 men (men who reenlisted are counted twice in this figure), of whom more than 12,000 lost their lives. In the Spanish-American war in 1898, Iowa sent four regiments of infantry, two batteries of artillery, a signal corps unit, and a company of colored soldiers. More than 113,000 Iowa men served in the army, navy, or marine corps during the World war, and more than two thousand Iowa men were killed or died of disease. Fort Des Moines (No. 3), established near Des Moines in 1901, was used for an officers' training camp and later for a hospital. Thousands of men were trained at Camp Dodge, a new cantonment established near the capital. Transportation and Communication The pioneers of Iowa traveled by ox-wagon, on horseback, or on foot; or, if they did not use their own conveyances, they went by stagecoach or river boat. Some attempts were made to build plank roads, but Iowans soon transferred their interest to railroad building. The first railroad to enter Iowa was the Mississippi and Missouri in 1855. The cost of this railroad was approximately the same as that of present day paving, about $26,000 a mile. The first railroad bridge across the Mississippi was opened at Davenport in 1856. The Union Pacific bridge across the Missouri river at Council Bluffs was completed in 1873. The first automobiles were brought into Iowa at the close of the nineteenth century and about 1920 Iowa began the program of paving its main highways. By 1935 more than 4,200 miles of roads had been paved and more than 3,200 miles had been graveled. The twentieth century brought experiments with air transportation but it was not until after the World war that the airplane was accepted as one of the important means of transporting passengers, mail, and express. The first regular transcontinental mail service across Iowa began in 1924 although mail had been carried as early as 1914. Two post offices, the first in Iowa, were established on April 19, 1836. The one at Augusta is still in operation. The first newspaper published in Iowa

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was the Dubuque Visitor, which made its initial appearance on May 11, 1836. The first daily paper in Iowa appeared in 1851, also at Dubuque. As early as 1848, a telegraph line was in use between Bloomington (now Muscatine) and Burlington. Most of the ear]y telegraph lines in Iowa were built by the sale of stock to public spirited citizens most of whom lost their money. In 1852 the rate from New York to Iowa City was $1.75 for ten words. The first telephone line entered Iowa about 1877. At the close of the World war radio came into use as a means of communication. WSUI at the State University of Iowa, furnishing regular programs in 1919, claims to be the oldest broadcasting station west of the Mississippi river. Schools and Churches The Iowa pioneers believed in schools. In 1830, Berryman Jennings taught the first school in Iowa in the "half-breed tract, M at what is now Galland in Lee county. The first act concerning public schools adopted by the legislature of Iowa territory was approved on January 1, 1839. The educational system of Iowa, elementary schools and high schools with the state university as the cap sheaf, was outlined in a bill approved on March 12, 1858. The public schools in Iowa have always been coeducational. The Iowa pioneers, however, were not satisfied with elementary schools; they soon established academies, seminaries, and colleges. Iowa Wesleyan college dates back to the opening of the Mount Pleasant Collegiate institute in 1844. Grinnell college continues the existence of Iowa college which first opened its doors to students in 1848. In 1847 the State University of Iowa was established at Iowa City. The State Historical Society of Iowa, established by law in 1857, is also located at Iowa City. It has published a large number of books, pamphlets, and periodicals dealing with the history of Iowa. The State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts was opened at Ames in 1868. A state normal school, now the State Teachers college, held its first session at Cedar Falls in 1876. The first church building in Iowa was erected at Dubuque by the Methodists in 1834. This was of logs and cost $255. The Catholics built a church there the following year. One of the events which permanently influenced Iowa history was the coming of the "Iowa B a n d " in 1843, a group of Congregational and Presbyterian ministers from New England. Eevivals and camp meetings were popular among the pioneers, but on the whole, the religious history of Iowa has been characterized by a combination of religious fervor, good judgment, tolerance, and emphasis on education. Social Problems The first case to come before the supreme court of the Territory of Iowa involved the right of a master to return a slave, a negro named Ralph, to Missouri. The court decided that slavery could not exist in Iowa and Ralph was set free. In the years preceding the Civil war, there was, however, much dispute in Iowa as to the return of fugitive slaves. Many settlers, especially the Quakers and the people from New England, were opposed to slavery, and some of them organized as a part of the underground railroad and assisted fugitive slaves across the state. John Brown visited Iowa several times and some of his men spent the winter of 1857-1858 at a Quaker settlement named Springdale in Cedar county. The first temperance society in Iowa was organized in 1838 at Fort Madison. The first statewide prohibitory law was adopted by a popular vote in April, 1855, but in 1857 this was amended to provide a license system. In 1870 a form of county local option was adopted and in 1882 a constitutional prohibitory amendment was added to the state constitution, only to be declared invalid by the state supreme court in January, 1883. Statutory prohibition was then adopted in 1884, but difficulties of enforcement led to the adoption (in 1894) of the mulct law (repealed in 1915). Beginning on January 1, 1916, Iowa had statewide prohibition, but in 1933 the general assembly authorized the sale of beer and a year later provided state stores for the sale of intoxieating liquors.

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The first state institution established by Iowa was the penitentiary located at Fort Madison in 1839. An additional penitentiary, now known as the men's reformatory, was opened at Anamosa in 1873, and a women's reformatory at Rockwell City in 1918. The training school for boys, now located at Eldora, received its first inmates in 1868 and the training school for girls, located at Mitchellville, was opened in 1873. The Civil war made necessary some provision for the care of the orphan children of soldiers. Three nomes for such orphans (at Glenwood, Cedar Falls, and Davenport) were established in Iowa, but only the institution at Davenport is now in operation. A state juvenile home was opened at Toledo in 1920. The care of persons who are defective mentally has been met in Iowa by the establishment of seven institutions. The first hospital for the insane was located at Mt. Pleasant and received its first patients in March, 1861. Similar institutions have since been opened by the state at Independence, Clarinda, and Cherokee. An institution for feeble-minded children (now including some adults) was opened at Glenwood in 1876 in the buildings formerly occupied by the soldiers' orphans home. An institution for the care of epileptics was opened at Woodward in 1917. A psychopathic hospital was established at Iowa City in 1921. Iowa Industries The earliest industry in Iowa was the fur trade, but agriculture was the chief occupation of the pioneers. Indeed it was the rich farming land which attracted most of the settlers to Iowa. This predominance of agriculture has continued and in 1930 approximately half of those listed as gainfully employed (not counting the farmers' wives) were connected with agriculture. Gradually horses took the place of oxen as draft animals and of late years tractors have tended to displace horses. Reapers, binders, hayloaders, and other labor-saving machinery took the place of man-power. Beginning even before the Civil war, a marked improvement has been made in the breeds of cattle, horses, hogs, and sheep, and in the strains of corn, wheat, and oats. Partly because of the ravages of the chinch bugs on the wheat fields, corn soon took the lead on Iowa farms and as a rule is marketed in the form of cattle and hogs. Agricultural societies were authorized in 1838 and county fairs were held as early as 1841. The first state fair was held at Fairfield in 1854. Since 1885, the state fairs have been held at Des Moines. Flour, cornmeal, and lumber were necessities on the frontier and mills were soon built on many streams, the gristmills alone numbering about 600. An oatmeal mill (now the Quaker Oats plant) was established at Cedar Rapids in 1873. Pork packing began in Iowa as early as 1840. In 1877 a packing plant (now the John Morrell & Co.) was opened at Ottuniwa and about the same time plants were opened at Sioux City. In normal times the packing plants of Iowa now slaughter approximately four and one-half million hogs. The first creamery in Iowa was established at Spring Branch (near Manchester) in 1872 and early in the nineties the manufacture of pearl buttons was begun at Muscatine. A washing machine factory, begun at Newton in 1900, has developed into one of the state's leading industries. Money was scarce in early Iowa and much of it was in the form of private and state bank notes of doubtful value. In 1846 it was estimated that there was in Iowa only $183,426 in gold, silver, and bank notes. The first bank in Iowa (the Miners Bank of Dubuque) was chartered by the legislature of Wisconsin in 1836. The first constitution of Iowa prohibited banks of issue (all banks at that time expected to issue bank notes) but the constitution of 1857 authorized the establishment of a state bank and the incorporation of other banks. The state bank went out of existence in 1865 because the national bank act made it unprofitable for banks organized under state laws to issue bank notes. The First National bank at Davenport was the first national bank in the United States. Bibliography I t is, of course, impossible to give a detailed history of Iowa in a few pages. If more definite information on any point is
THE HISTORY OF IOWA secured by consulting Petersen 's Two Hundred Topics in Iowa History, a publication of the State Historical Society of Iowa, or by writing directly to the State Historical Society of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa. Two of its publications, The Iowa Journal of History and Politics and The Palimpsest, contain articles on almost all phases of Iowa history. For a summary of Iowa history with references see Gallagher's The First Hundred Years in The Iowa Journal of History and Politics, October, 1933. A biographical series published by the society includes volumes on Robert Lucas, Samuel Freeman Miller, Augustus Caesar Dodge, Henry Dodge, Thomas Cox, John Chambers, George Wallace Jones, James Harlan, Samuel Jordan Kirkwood, James Baird Weaver, William Peters Hepburn, and Leonard Fletcher Parker. Other biographical material may be found in the Annals of Iowa, published by the historical department at Des Moines. The publications of the State Historical society include the following volumes: Downey's History of Labor Legislation in Iowa; Brindley's History of Taxation in Iowa and History of Eoad Legislation in Iowa; Pollock's History of Economic Legislation in Iowa; Preston's History of Banking in Iowa; Downey's History of Worfc Accident Indemnity in Iowa; Gillin's History of Poor Belief Legislation in Iowa; Briggs' History of Social Legislation in Iowa; Hansen's Welfare Campaigns in Iowa and Welfare Work in Iowa; Fullbrook's The Bed Cross in Iowa; Pollock's The Food Administration in Iowa; Whitney's The Sale of War Bonds in Iowa; Taber's History of the 168th Infantry; Gallaher's Legal and Political Status of Women in Iowa; Teakle's The Spirit Lake Massacre; Haynes' History of Third Party Movements Since the Civil War; Aurner's History of Education in Iowa; Swisher's The American Legion in Iowa; and Shambaugh's Amana That Was and Amana That Is. A list of general references on Iowa history includes Richman's Ioway to Iowa; Shambaugh's The Constitutions of Iowa; Cole's A History of the People of Iowa; Salter's Iowa: the First Free State in the Louisiana Purchase; Sabin's The Making of Iowa; Brigham's Iowa: Its History and Its Foremost Citizens; Mahan and Gallaher's Stories of Iowa for Boys and Girls; and Fulton's Red Men of Iowa.

THE GOVERNMENT OF IOWA* HE government of the state of Iowa is based upon a constitution adopted by the people and upon statute laws enacted from time to time by the general assembly. Iowa has had two state constitutions, the first approved in 1846, the second one in 1857. The present constitution has been amended a number of times.

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no candidate receives the necessary thirty-five per cent at the primary, ;i convention may nominate. The Legislative Department The legislative authority of the state of Iowa is vested by the constitution in a general assembly which consists of a senate and a house of representatives. The terms of both senators and representatives begin on the first day of January following their election. Regular sessions are held biennially, commencing on the second Monday of January of the odd-numbered years. Special sessions of the general assembly may be called by the proclamation of the governor. The house of representatives consists of one hundred and eight members, elected for two years. Each of the ninety-nine counties is entitled to one representative and each of the nine counties having the largest population elects one additional representative. Any person who has resided in the State one year and has the qualifications of a voter is eligible for election as a representative. Women were admitted to the general assembly by an amendment to the state constitution adopted in 1926. The house of representatives elects a speaker and other officers. The senate consists of fifty members, elected by districts for a term of four years. A senatorial district contains from one to five counties, according to population, and elects one senator. According to the constitution approximately one-half the senators are to be elected at each alternate biennial election, but due to changes in the districts, the terms of twenty-one senators now expire at the end of each alternate legislative biennium and those of twenty-nine in the intervening years. Senators must be twenty-five years of age and have the other qualifications required of representatives. The Executive Department The constitution of Iowa makes provision for a governer, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, auditor of state, and treasurer of state, who are elected for terms of two years at the regular biennial elections in the evennumbered years. In addition, the general assembly has made provision for a secretary of agriculture, elected for two years, and a board of railroad commissioners of three members and a superintendent of public instruction, chosen for four years. The supreme executive power of the State is vested in the governor. It is his duty to see that the laws are enforced, to supervise the official business of the state, to make recommendations to the general assembly, and appoint various officers and boards. He has the power to call special sessions of the legislature and to veto acts passed by the general assembly, but a majority of two-thirds of each house may pass a bill over his veto. To qualify as governor, a person must have been a citizen of the United States and a resident of the state for at least two years and must be thirty years of age or over at the date of election. The lieutenant governor succeeds the governor in case of his death, resignation, or disability. His chief function is to act as president of the senate. In addition to the executive officers mentioned, all of whom are elected, there are a number of appointive officers, including the comptroller, the superintendent of banking, the insurance commissioner, the labor commissioner, the adjutant general, the commissioner of public health, and the fire marshal, all appointed by the governor, usually with the approval of the senate. The governor also appoints, with the approval of the senate, the members of a number of administrative boards, including the state board of education, the board of control of state institutions, the state board of assessment and review, the board of parole, the state board of conservation, and the state highway commission. The executive council is an ex officio board made up of the governor, secretary of state, auditor, treasurer, and secretary of agriculture. The state printing hoard has three ex officio members—the secretary of state, auditor,

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The Judicial Department The judicial department of the state of Iowa is vested by the constitution in a supreme court, district courts, and such other inferior courts as the general assembly shall provide. The supreme court at present consists of nine justices, elected for terms of six years, approximately one-third being elected at each regular biennial election. The senior in time of service is chief justice for six months until each judge has served in that capacity. The supreme court appoints a reporter of the supreme court who is also the code editor, and a clerk. Both appointments are for four years. The constitution also provides for an attorney general who is elected at the regular biennial election for a term of two years. He represents the state in legal matters, gives advice to state officers, and has, in addition, some administrative functions. The state of Iowa is divided by law into twenty-one judicial districts, composed of from one to nine counties. Each district elects from two to six judges, there being at present seventy district judges in the state. One of the district judges presides over the district court sessions in each county. A county attorney and a clerk of the court are elected by the voters in each county. The general assembly has provided also for other inferior courts. Each township is authorized to elect two justices of the peace who hear cases involving minor offenses and hold preliminary hearings on more serious charges. Municipal courts, superior courts, police courts, and mayors' courts are authorized in cities and towns under various restrictions. Municipal courts are optional in cities having a population of five thousand or more and superior courts in cities with four thousand or over. Both municipal and superior court judges are elected for four year terms. If a city of the first class has neither a municipal nor a superior court, the council shall appoint a police judge in commissioned governed and city manager cities and may provide for the election of a police judge in such cities under the general law. In all municipalities having none of these specia] courts, the mayor acts as the police judge. Jury trials are the rule for trials of serious cases, but under certain conditions mayil be waived or denied. Petit juries consist of twelve persons who must be electors," except in some courts of restricted jurisdiction whore the number of jurors may be six persons. Local Government in Iowa The state of Iowa is divided into ninety-nine counties, the boundaries of which may not be changed unless the change is approved by the voters of each county concerned. A board of supervisors consisting of three, five, or seven members is the chief administrative agency in the county. They appoint a county engineer. In addition, an auditor, who is the clerk of the board of supervisors, a sheriff, county attorney, recorder, treasurer, coroner, and clerk of the district court are elected biennially by the voters. A county superintendent of schools is chosen every three years by a convention composed of representatives of the school districts. The Iowa county is a quasi-political corporation which collects municipal, school, county, and state taxes, enforces state laws, has charge of poor relief and certain other welfare activities, and shares with the state highway commission the management of the roads and bridges in the county. Townships, which in earlier days were effective units of local government within the counties, have lost almost all their functions, except for the assessment of property for taxation by the township assessor, and the election of justices of the peace in which many townships default. The laws of Iowa also authorize the incorporation of cities and towns. These municipalities derive their authority from tho general assembly and

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have only the powers specifically granted to them. Four cities and towns are governed by special charters granted before the adoption of the present constitution which forbids such acts of incorporation. Seven cities have the commission form of government; three have adopted the commission-manager form, usually known as the city manager form; and a few others have a city manager by ordinance. Members of the commission are elected by the voters. The city manager is appointed by the commission. All other municipalities are under the general law. They are classified according to population into cities of the first class, having over 15,000 population; cities of the second class, having from 2,000 to 15,000 population; and towns having less than 2,000 population. All these municipalities have the mayor-council form of government, both the mayor and the members of the council being elected by the voters for two-year terms. A treasurer, assessor, and park commissioners, and in some cities a police, superior, or municipal court judge, are also elected. The council is the law-making body in municipal government and it is also the chief administrative agency. The mayor presides over the council, although he is not a member, and has the power to veto acts of the council subject to a two-thirds majority vote over his veto. He supervises municipal activities and in cities and towns which have neither a municipal, superior, nor police court, he serves as police judge. He also appoints certain officers, including the marshal or chief of police, the city health officer, and members of the police and fire board. The city solicitor and clerk, and in some cases the engineer and members of the zoning board of adjustment are chosen by the council. Taxation Taxation is probably the most important governmental power. The present tax system in Iowa is based largely on property, sales, income and corporation taxes, although there are taxes on inheritances, poll taxes, and sales or license taxes on gasoline, cigarettes, beer and chain stores. Property is assessed by township assessors elected by the people, subject to revision by local boards of review and by the state board of assessment and review. The various mill levies for state, county, school, and municipal purposes are computed by the county auditor on the assessed valuation and the tax money is paid to the county treasurer who distributes it to the proper fund. Levies for county, school, and municipal purposes are, in most cases, limited by state law.

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HE state laws of Iowa are made by the general assembly which consists of two houses—the senate and the house of representatives. Members of the senate (50 in number) are elected by the people for terms of four years, approximately half being elected at each biennial election; representatives (108 in number) are elected for two year terms. In general the procedure of (imaking" a law involves: (1) a demand for legislation; (2) the drafting of a bill which presents the desired legislation in a form to be presented to the general assembly: (3) the passage of this bill by the two branches of the general assembly; and (4) the approval of the act by the governor. A demand for new laws or for the amendment or repeal of statutes already enacted is usually due to changes in economic conditions or to the development of new social standards or attitudes. Laws are often proposed with the intent of improving administrative procedure. There may be an almost general agreement that certain changes should be made but more often •Prepared for the official register by the state historical society of Iowa, under the direction of Benj. F. Shambaugh, superintendent.

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public opinion is indifferent or uncertain until a bill is drafted and debate begins. Occasionally the question of the adoption of a proposed law becomes a campaigu issue. In any case, proposed changes are usually sponsored and supported by interested groups, societies, organizations, or institutions. The motive may be an entirely unselfish interest in the public welfare or it may, on the other hand, be a desire for some advantage to individuals or groups to be benefited. Before it is presented to the general assembly, the proposed legislation must be put in the form of a bill (in a few cases joint resolutions are used). This bill may be drafted by the senator or representative who introduces it, by a group of members, by a senate or house committee, or by a committee or commission appointed by the governor or general assembly to study some problem, or it may be formulated by persons outside the general assembly. In any case the bill must be formally presented to one house or the other by a member, a group of members, or a committee of that house. No member of the general assembly is, however, required to introduce a bill when requested to do so and no one who is not a member of the general assembly may introduce a bill, not even the governor or lieutenant governor. Formerly even a member had to secure the consent of his house before he could introduce a bill; now such consent is taken for granted. In some cases identical bills, called companion bills, are introduced in both houses. Bills, says the constitution of Iowa, may originate in either house, and may be amended, altered, or rejected by the other, and every bill having passed both houses shall be signed by the speaker of the house and the president of the senate. Furthermore the Iowa constitution provides that a bill may not become a law unless it receives the affirmative vote of a majority of all the members elected to each branch of the legislature (each house voting separately). This means that at least 26 senators and 55 representatives must vote for a bill if it is to pass. The constitution also provides that the vote on the passage of a bill must be taken immediately after the 'Mast reading." This vote shall be by yeas and nays and shall be recorded on the journal—the official record kept by each house. The two houses make their own rules of procedure, subject to the constitutional provisions, and whenever a parliamentary situation is not covered by a rule, the procedure is governed by kiRoberts' Rules of Order, M as provided by statute. In the senate the usual order of business is: (1) correction of the journal; (2) presentation of petitions and memorials; (3) introduction of bills; (4) resolutions; (5) communications on the president's table; (6) reports of standing committees; (7) reports of select committees; (8) unfinished business; (9) third reading of bills; (10) reports for indefinite postponement; and (11) general order of business. The order of business in the house, after the correction of the journal, is: (1) unfinished business; (2) presentation of petitions and remonstrances; (3) reports of committees; (4) resolutions laid over; (5) introduction of bills; (6) resolutions; (7) messages and communications on the speaker's table; (8) bills and resolutions read a second time; (9) bills on their passage; and (10) reports in the possession of the house. Much of the work in the Iowa general assembly is done in the committees. The number of members on these committees varies, but the political party in control of a house almost invariably has a majority of the members of each committee and the chairman, at least in the case of the important committees, usually belongs to the dominant party. The votes in committees are not recorded and are not made public. The number of committees varies from time to time. In the Forty-sixth General Assembly the senate had forty-one standing committees and the house fifty-one. Additional committees may be created by resolutions. For the purpose of informal debate and to avoid a record vote on a measure until an agreement has been reached, the house or senate occasionally votes to act as a committee of the whole. Suppose we visit the state capitol at Dos Moines during a sossion of the general assembly. (It meets in regular session on the second Monday in

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January of each odd numbered year.) The senate sits in the south wing of the second floor; opposite it, across the rotunda, is the house of representatives. Just before the senate is called to order, we may see a secretary take typed copies of a bill to the desk of one of the senators. He looks them over, then beckons a page, and sends the papers to the desk of the presiding officer—the lieutenant governor, who serves as president of the senate. There the bill is numbered by the secretary of the senate in the order of its presentation and becomes, for example, " Senate File 92." At the next regular order of business for the introduction of bills, a copy is handed to a clerk who reads aloud its number, its title, and the name of the senator who presented it. The president then calls for the second reading. Again the clerk reads by title only. These two readings are purely perfunctory—what is left of the practice of reading each bill aloud at least three times in the early days of representative government when bills were not typed or printed for the use of legislators. (The senators know they will soon have a printed copy of the bill.) After this formality the president refers the bill, now known as " Senate File 92," to one of the senate committees. The original copy of "Senate File 92 " is enclosed in a paper wrapper (the senate and house use different colors for these) on which are blanks for recording the various actions taken on the bill. In the senate this record is kept by the secretary (in the house by the chief clerk). When the bill goes to the committee, the secretary gives the original copy to the chairman of the committee, taking a receipt for it. A copy of the bill is then sent to the printer and on the following day, a printed copy of "Senate File 9 2 " will be on the desk of each senator. Such copies are kept in a loose-leaf file furnished to each legislator. At the upper right hand corner of the printed copy is the number (Senate File 92) and the name of the senator who introduced it. On the left are the committee to which the bill was referred and the date of introduction. Below are the words " A bill for an a c t " followed by a brief statement indicating its purpose and content—usually referred to as the title of the bill. According to the Iowa constitution every act shall embrace but one subject, and matters properly connected therewith, and any subject included in a law which is not " expressed" in the title is null and void. The title is, therefore, an important part of a bill, although it is not legally a part of the law after it is enacted. Some bills (now comparatively few) contain preambles, usually short explanations of the conditions which, in the opinion of the person who drafted the bill, explain why the proposed law is needed. Then comes the enacting clause prescribed by the constitution for the enactment of legislation—"Be it enacted by the general assembly of the state of Iowa"— followed by the main part of the bill—the proposed law. This part of a bill is usually divided into sections and all lines are numbered by section to facilitate the designation of amendments. After the original bill has been handed to the proper committee chairman and the printed copies are on the desks of the senators, nothing may be heard of "Senate File 9 2 " for several days or weeks. Indeed, bills frequently remain in the hands of a committee until adjournment, never getting any consideration on the floor. While the committee considers "Senate File 92," other senators may file motions to amend it, but these will not be discussed until the bill itself is up for action. The Enactment of a Law Any number of complications may develop during the consideration of a bill, but let us assume that "Senate File 9 2 " is enacted into law in the simplest manner possible. Suppose the committee (perhaps the committee on highways) has eleven members. A majority of this committee, we will say, decides that the bill should be passed. At the proper time the chairman of the committee on highways makes the report, recommending that " t h e

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bill do pass." "Senate File 9 2 " is then placed on the senate calendar (a list giving the order in which bills are to be considered) and when its turn comes (or it is called up by special arrangement) it i$ before the senate for debate and finally for the decisive vote. In the old days a bill was engrossed—rewritten to incorporate any changes made—and was then given a final reading from the engrossed copy. In both the house and senate the rules now provide that a bill is to be considered engrossed when it is ordered to its third reading, unless there is an affirmative vote for its engrossment. At the present time both engrossment and the third, or final, reading are more or less vague formalities. Occasionally a clerk does read a bill, but for the most part printing and typing have displaced the voice of the clerk. According to the constitution the vote on a bill must follow immediately after the last reading, but the rules provide that certain corrections may be made. On the final vote the names of the senators are called in alphabetical order and each one votes " a y e " or " n o " as his name is called. The vote on "Senate File 92" is, we will assume favorable—26 to 21, with 3 senators absent—and the bill has passed the senate. The secretary signs it and endorses on the record the date of passage. "Senate File 92" is now ready for consideration by the house to which it is sent by a messenger. Here it is not renumbered, but as "Senate File 92," it is given to the chief clerk, and at the proper time it is read twice by title and referred by the speaker of the house to a committee. Let us assume that this committee also reports favorably on "Senate File 9 2 " and it comes before the house for a final vote. An electric voting device, operated from the desks of the representatives, is used to record the votes, a red light opposite a member's name indicating " n o , " while a green light shows that the member favors the measure. Let us assume that the lights indicate a favorable vote of 60 to 40 (with 8 absent or not voting) and "Senate File 92" has passed the house without change. The act is then enrolled—copied in its final form—by the enrolling clerk of the senate (this being a senate bill) and the enrolled act is examined by a joint committee on enrolled bills. When it is reported correctly enrolled, "Senate File 92" is signed by the president of the senate and the speaker of the house. In the enrolled bill the words " A bill for" are omitted so the introduction now reads only "An act" etc. The enrollment of a bill is very important in case of dispute over the meaning of a law, since the supreme court, at least until very recently, considered the enrolled bill as conclusive evidence of legislative action. After "Senate File 92" is correctly enrolled and signed by the two presiding officers, it is sent to the governor's office for his signature. If he approves it, he signs it and notifies the senate—the house in which it originated. Thus docs the bill become part of the law of Iowa. The official copy of "Senate File 92" is then sent to the office of the secretary of state to await publication. Under ordinary procedure the law enacted from "Senate File 9 2 " would go into effect on the following July 4th, but many bills now have publication clauses which provide that the act shall go into effect immediately following its publication in two designated newspapers. In any case ' l Senate File 92'' will appear in a printed volume of the laws enacted at that session and will soon lose its identity in a new chapter number, later perhaps to become a section or sections of the Code. The procedure in the case of a house bill would have been similar except that the order of consideration by the two houses would have been reversed. Few bills, however, have careers so simple or so favorable. Only about onethird of the bills introduced at any recent session of the Iowa general assembly are enacted into law, and many of those passed are amended and revised almost beyond recognition. What happens to all these bills as they are ground through the legislative mill? Amendments A bill may be amended in either house. Let us suppose that the committee on highways, to which "Senate File 92" is referred, believes that

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certain changes should be made in the original bill before it is adopted and so recommends in its report. Amendments may also be made on the floor of the senate. Such amendments may be incorporated in "Senate File 9 2 " by a majority vote of those present (providing there is a quorum), but the bill on its final vote must have a constitutional majority—at least 26 in the senate (55 in the house). After " Senate File 9 2 " (as amended by the senate) goes to the house, it may be passed as it came from the senate or it may be amended in the house before it is passed. If the house amends the bill it must be returned to the senate where a vote is taken as to whether the senate will concur in the house amendment or amendments. If the motion to concur prevails, li Senate File 92 " as amended is again placed upon its passage. If adopted it is enrolled, signed, and submitted to the governor. The senate may, however, refuse to concur in the house amendment. In this case " Senate File 9 2 " would be sent back to the house where a motion to recede from the amendment or a motion to insist on the amendment might be made, a motion to recede taking precedence over a motion to insist. If the house votes to recede from its amendment by the required constitutional majority, the bill is passed, is enrolled in the senate, signed, and sent to the governor. A vote to insist on an amendment, defeated by a constitutional majority, is equivalent to a vote to recede. If the house votes to insist on its amendment, it requests a conference committee, marie up of four members from each house (unless otherwise specified), appointed by the presiding officers. This conference committee is really two committees acting as one for the members from each house vote separately and a majority of each group must agree to amendments proposed. It attempts to formulate some compromise on the disputed amendment or amendments acceptable to a majority in both the senate and the house. Since the supreme court ruled (in the case involving the salary reduction act adopted in 1933) that the adoption of the report of a conference committee does not satisfy the constitutional requirement that both houses must adopt an net in exactly the same form, the general assembly has prescribed a definite rule of procedure. A report of a conference committee may be adopted or rejected, but it can not be changed. If it is rejected in either house, a new committee may be appointed or the bill may be dropped. When the report of the conference committee is approved, the bill as amended by this report is again put on its passage, but neither debate nor amendment are permitted. If the vote in both houses is favorable, the bill is adopted. The senate may, however, decide to make an amendment to the house amendment and such a motion, if made, takes precedence over a motion to concur. If this compromise amendment is adopted by the required constitutional majority, the bill goes back to the house where the amendment may be agreed to and the bill passed. If the house refuses to agree to the compromise amendment and the senate still refuses to accept the house amendment or to recede from its compromise amendment, a conference committee is necessary. These complications merely illustrate the tangle which may develop over the enactment of disputed legislation. Motions to lay on the table or to postpone indefinitely may not be used in respect to motions to recede or to insist on amendments or motions to amend bills which have passed both houses. Defeat A majority of the bills introduced in the Iowa general assembly are, however, neither adopted as introduced nor passed after amendment: they fail of enactment in one way or another. Many of these bills are never reported out by the committees to which they are referred. Bills are seldom called from committees and a majority of a committee may, therefore, hold a bill indefinitely and thus prevent a vote. Sometimes the chairman does not even call for a committee vote on a bill. Since the speaker of

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the house and the president of the senate appoint the committees and committee chairmen and also refer bills to these committees, it is evident that these officers can do much to help or hinder the passage of a bill by referring it to a favorable or unfavorable committee. If a committee does decide to report a bill it may do so with various recommendations—that it pass, that it be amended and passed, that it do not pass, or that it be indefinitely postponed. Usually, however, a committee prefers to hold a bill it does not want passed. When a bill is reported out from a committee it is put on the calendar—the list of bills to be acted on by the house or senate as the case may be. Although it might be expected that bills will receive consideration in turn, it frequently happens that some are left on the calendar throughout the session and thus fail of enactment. A few bills are withdrawn by their sponsors. Others are voted on but fail to receive a constitutional majority in one house or the other. Many bills are indefinitely postponed—a decision which, under the present rules of the house prevents further consideration and in both houses is equivalent to an outright rejection. An amendment striking out the enacting clause may also be adopted. Without its enacting clause a bill can not become law. In case of disagreement between the two houses, action on a bill may be suspended and the act fail of adoption even though it has (in different forms) passed both houses. Bills not otherwise disposed of by the house or senate are often referred to the sifting committee and die there. The Sifting Committee Toward the end of the session it is customary for both houses to appoint a ' ' s i f t i n g ' ' committee, to which are referred all bills not yet acted upon, except appropriation bills and certain other measures specified by the resolution providing for the committee. At present, sifting committees are created by the rules of the house and senate and whenever the members of either house agree that such a committee should begin to function, the members of that committee are appointed by the speaker of the house and the president of the senate, as the case may be. Although measures referred to a sifting committee may be recalled by the house or senate, such action is seldom taken and the sifting committee has a decisive influence as to which bills are passed, amended, or defeated in the final days of the session. Occasionally the work of sifting out the bills to be acted upon is given to some other committee. Tie Votes The Iowa constitution requires that all laws passed by the general assembly must receive the affirmative vote of a majority of those elected to each house. A tie in the case of the final vote on a bill in either the senate or the house would, therefore, defeat the measure and it would do no good to break the tie. In deciding many other questions, however, a tie vote may occur and the right to decide such a tie may be important. The president of the senate is not a member and he votes only in case of a tie. He can thus decide votes on which the senate is equally divided, except in the case of a final vote on an act, on which a majority vote is required. The speaker of the house, being a member of the body over which he presides, may vote in all cases where the yeas and nays are called for, his name being called last. In other cases the speaker votes only when the house is equally divided or to make a tie. If his vote makes a tic, the motion is lost. Reconsideration Even after action is taken on a bill, some one who voted on the pro vailing side (perhaps with this in mind) may move that the vote be reconsidered. Motions to reconsider a vote must be made on the day of the vote or the next legislative day and must have a constitutional majority in order to pass. To clinch a vote on a measure, a motion to reconsider

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the vote is often made, with the additional provision that the motion to reconsider be laid on the table. The rules of the Iowa senate specifically require a two-thirds vote to take a motion from the table and in the house the same rule applies because that body uses "Koberts* Eules of Order" to cover this particular procedure. Resolutions In Iowa proposed legislation which relates to the general policy of the state, ratification of amendments to the United States constitution, and some other similar matters, is put in the form of joint resolutions, which begin "Be it resolved by the general assembly of the state of Iowa." The rules of the Iowa general assembly make the procedure in handling joint resolutions in the senate and the house exactly the same as for bills. Joint resolutions proposing amendments to the state constitution and those ratifying amendments to the United States constitution do not require the signature of the governor, although they are usually signed by him. Most of the legislation in the Iowa general assembly is presented in the form of bills. The average number of bills presented in the senate and house of the Forty-second, Forty-third, Forty-fourth, and Forty-fifth General Assemblies was 973 per session; the average number of joint resolutions introduced per session was 16. The senate or the house of representatives may adopt a simple resolution by a majority vote of those present. Such resolutions are used only to express some sentiment or to take care of routine matters which concerns that one house only. Matters which primarily concern the organization of the general assembly, such as fixing the date of recess or adjournment, or expressing the sentiment of the legislature, are frequently presented in the form of concurrent resolutions. These resolutions are not laws. They may be adopted by a majority vote of those present and voting, do not require a constitutional majority, and are not sent to the governor. The Governor's Part in Law-Making The governor is the chief executive officer of the state, but he has also a considerable share in the responsibility of making the laws. The increasing complexity of government and the increased importance of administrative functions have emphasized the importance of political leadership. This leadership is one of the duties of the governor and in his message to the general assembly and by his advice he may do much to secure the legislation he approves or prevent the adoption of what he considers undesirable laws. An act which has passed both houses of the general assembly and has been properly enrolled and signed by the presiding officers of the two houses is still not law; it must go to the governor. The constitution prescribes the governor's duties in this matter. If he approves a bill sent to him by the general assembly, he signs it and thereby makes it a law. If the governor does not approve an act, he may return it to the house in which it originated with a message stating his objections—that is veto it. In Iowa the governor may not approve one part of a bill and veto an objectionable section. Whenever the governor vetoes a bill and returns it to the house in which it originated, his objections are entered on the journal and the bill is reconsidered. If, after such reconsideration in both houses, the bill receives a two-thirds majority vote—34 in the senate and 72 in the house—it becomes a law without the governor's approval. If the necessary two-thirds majority can not be secured, a vetoed bill fails to become law. The general assembly of the state of Iowa has not so far passed a bill over the governor's veto.

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Any bill kept by the governor longer than three days (Sundays excepted) without his signature becomes a law automatically unless the general assembly adjourns before the three days elapse and thus prevents the return of the bill. All bills submitted to the governor during the last three days must be deposited by him in the office of the secretary of state, with his signature, if he approves them, and with his objections, if he does not approve them. Such bills, if not signed by the governor, do not become law. The Attorney General Although the attorney general has no part in making laws, he is the official legal adviser of state officials and is frequently called upon for an opinion as to whether certain acts are constitutional. Sometimes he is asked for his opinion during the formulation and passage of a law; more often he is consulted after the law has been adopted. In either case the opinion of the attorney general is advisory and his ruling that a law is unconstitutional or otherwise invalid does not of itself render the law inoperative. Judicial Decisions and Interpretations After laws have been adopted and are on the statute books, they must meet at least four possible challenges: they must not contain provisions contrary to the constitution of the United States or the constitution of Iowa; they must not conflict with laws and treaties of the United States; and they must have been legally enacted. The supreme court of Iowa may declare an Iowa law invalid for any of these reasons. In Iowa the state supreme court does not render advisory opinions and decisions are given only on cases brought before the court. Federal courts may decide cases involving the United States constitution and United States laws and treaties and other cases involving the state of Iowa and another state or the citizens of another state, a citizen of Iowa and a citizen of another state, or a citizen of Iowa and any other state. Usually the United States court follows the state supreme court in deciding whether or not a law conflicts with the state constitution. In deciding whether or not Iowa laws have been legally adopted, the Iowa supreme court has, until recently, relied to a large extent on the enrolled bill signed by the presiding officers of both houses. In the decision made in 1934 concerning the salary reduction act the stato court, however, went back of the enrolled bill and decided that the senate and house had not taken a final vote on exactly the same bill and that the law was, therefore, invalid. Comparatively few laws are declared null and void by the courts, but there is constant demand for interpretation of laws. Just what does a law mean? How is it to be applied to a certain case? Does it conflict with another statute and if so which one is to be followed? All these questions are constantly asked in the courts. Indeed a large part of the litigation in this state, as in other states, is an attempt to interpret the meaning of laws and to determine how they are to be applied. It is impossible, in a short sketch of this kind, to give all the details of the making of laws. For a detailed study of law-making in Iowa, the reader is referred to Statute Law-Making in Iowa, published in 1916 by the State Historical Society of Iowa as Volume Til of the Iowa Applied History Series.

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IOWA OFFICIAL KEGI8TEB 1935-1936 THE STATE CAPITOL

HE capitol building was dedicated in January, 1884. On the main floor are located the supreme court rooms, the offices of the governor, secretary of state, auditor of state, treasurer of state, secretary of agriculture, attorney general, and superintendent of public instruction. The offices on the first floor or basement floor of the state house are: Adjutant general, custodian, G. A. R., board of conservation, motor vehicle department, real estate, post office, comptroller, banking department, cigarette tax department, old age assistance commission, mine inspectors, secretary of the executive council, state veterinarian, state fair board, and the cafeteria. The house and senate chambers are on the second floor, as well as two departments of the state library, the printing board, pharmacy commission, board of public works, and code editor. On the balcony or third floor are located the bureau of investigation, department of vocational education, department of health engineer, barber examiners, cosmetology examiners, chiropractor examiners, nurses' examining board, and the telephone exchange.

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Other Buildings Departments of the state government are located in other buildings outside the main capitol building. In the old Amos Hiatt high school building southeast of the main building are located the board of control, railroad commission, state architect, bonus board, commerce counsel, commission for the blind, and the graves registration bureau. In the state historical building on the north side of Grand avenue are located the offices of the library commission and the state librarian, the historical department and the curator, newspaper collection, historical library, general library, medical library, and the archives department. Just north of the state house, across Grand avenue, is the document storage building, where official reports and documents are stored. The shipping and mailing department of the printing board is also located in this building. At the rear is the heating plant and the carpenter shop, and just to the north of these is the printing board warehouse, the paint shop, and garages. Just east of the warehouse and facing on Des Moines street is the old governors' mansion, containing the offices of the board of health. Just west of the garage and facing on Des Moines street is a building" known as " T h e flats," where the offices of the board of education and the industrial commission are located. Tn the old Bryant school building west of the state house on Grand avenue are located the board of parole, bureau of labor, bureau of re-employment, firp marshal, state chemist and horticultural society. Historical Building The historical, memorial and art building is 260 by 110 feet in size and was commenced in 1899, at first as a home for the Aldrich collection of historical matter. It is occupied by the historical department, two departments of the state library, and the library commission. The historical department has a large library of history and genealogy, a famous collection of autographs and photographs, many valuable historical relics, and antiquities, a vast natural history museum, a gaPery of portraits of distinguished Iowa persons, a Civil war collection, portrpits and information regarding Iowa boys who died in the World war, the public archives, and Towa newspaper collection. Decorations in Capitol Building Over the main stairway at the east end is the large painting entitled "Westward," the work of Edwin H. Blashfield of New York, and this was placed at a cost of $10,000. It is regarded as one of the notable American decora-

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tive pictures. It shows a pioneer group traveling from the eastern fields of plenty to the far away lands of the west to make new homes. Above the large picture are six mosaics, designed by Frederick Dielman of New York, and were made in Venice. The colors are worked out in colored stone pieces and are indestructible. The subjects represented are Defense, Charities, the Executive, the Legislative, the Judiciary, and Education. These cost the state $10,000. They are among the finest and largest in America. Tlie largest reproduced or enlarged photograph in the world hangs in the south corridor of the main floor. This picture of the 168th infantry assembled on the capitol grounds upon its return from the World war, is twenty-six feet long and six feet high. The twelve statues high within the rotunda represent History, Science, Law, Fame, Art, Industry, Peace, Commerce, Agriculture, Victory, Truth, Justice. The eight lunettes, or half-moon shaped paintings surrounding the rotunda, are the work of Kcnyon Cox, famous American artist, who was pa ; d $8,000 for the same. They are entitled by tho artist: Hunting, Herding, Agriculture, The Forge, Commerce, Education, Science, Art. They are allegorical and indicate the progress of civilization. Monuments and Memorials The soldiers' and sailors' monument erected in 1889-90 is 145 feet high and cost $150,000. It was designed by Harriet A. Keteham, of Mt. Pleasant. The Allison memorial, near by, was constructed in honor of the late Senator W. B. Allison, of Dubuque, and is a fine work of art. The battle flags of Iowa regiments in the Civil war and in the SpanishAmerican war are preserved in niches in the rotunda of the capitol. The monument west of the capitol on Ninth street represents " T h e Pioneers." It is cast in bronze. The old guns located on the grounds were taken in the Spanish-American war. The bronze gun in front of the historical building was taken from a Spanish gun ship. Just east of the state house is a monument honoring the Iowa citizens who served in the army, navy or marine corps during the China relief expedition, the war with S^ain or the Philippine insurrection. At the southeast corner of the grounds, near the flag: pole, is a tablet which marks the grave of Wilson Alexander S^ott, who gave to the state the land upnn which the capitol now stands. The tablet bears the following inscription:

WILSON ALEXANDER SCOTT BORN IN CRAWFORD COUNTY, INDIANA, NOVEMBER 20, 1818, HE ACQUIRED SOME FIVE HUNDRED ACRES OF LAND HEREABOUTS AMD SETTLED ON THIS STTE IN 1846. OVERWHELMED IN THE FINANCIAL CRASH OF 1857 HE DIED NEAR FORT KEARNEY, NEBRASKA TERRITORY EN ROUTE TO PIKE'S PEAK JUNE 23, 1859. BY HIS EXPRESSED WISH HIS BODY WAS RETURNED AND INTERRED IN EARTH WHICH AS HIS HOMESTEAD HAD BEEN EXEMPTED FROM SEIZURE FOR HIS DEBTS.

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Code, 1935, section 9545, provides that: January 1, New Year's day. February 12, Lincoln's birthday. February 22, Washington's birthday. May 30, Memorial day. July 4, Independence day. September, first Monday, Labor day. November, Tuesday next after first Monday, even-numbered years, General Election. November 11, Armistice day. November, last Thursday, Thanksgiving day.t December 25, Christmas day; and all Sundays. tl * * * shall be regarded as holidays for all purposes relating to the presentation for payment or acceptance, and for the protesting and giving notice of the dishonor of bills of exchange, drafts, bank checks, orders, and promissory notes, and any bank or mercantile paper falling due on any of the days above named shall be considered as falling due on the succeeding business day." (See also C. '35, §$11090,11362.) tBy proclamation. Special Observance Days By Proclamation of the Governor Independence Sunday: The Sunday preceding the fourth of July. (C. '35, §471-bl.) Mother's day: The second Monday in May. (C. '35, §471.) Arbor day: Usually the last Friday in April. Flag day: June 14, anniversary of adoption of the United States flag by the Continental Congress at Philadelphia, 1777. Columbus day: October 12. (C. '35, §471-gl.) Bird Day: March 21. (C. '35, §4249.) Other Special Days Legislature meets biennially on the second Monday of January of odd numbered years. Inauguration of the governor the first Thursday following the convening of the legislature. Filing Nomination Papers State and national: For United States senator, representatives in congress, and all elective state offices, to be filed in the office of the secretary of state not more than sixty nor less than forty days prior to the date set for holding the primary election. (C. '31, §537.) County: For all elective county offices, to be filed in the office of the county auditor at least thirty days prior to the date fixed for holding the primary election. (C. '31, §537.) Township or precinct: For elective offices of a subdivision of a county to be filed with county auditor thirty days prior to the primary. (C. '31, §547.) Cities: For elective offices in cities of over 15,000 population, except cities under a nonpartisan form of government, to be filed with the city clerk at least thirty days before primary election. (C. '31, §§639, 640.) Cities and towns: For elective offices in cities and towns under 15,000 population, to be filed with the clerk not more than forty nor less than fifteen days before the election. (C. '31, §655-al4.) Cities under commission or manager plan: For all elective offices to be filed with the city clerk at least ten days before the primary or election. (C. '31, §§6495 and 6634.)

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School: For all elective offices in each independent city, town or consolidated district, shall be filed with the secretary of the school board not more than thirty nor less than ten days before the election. (C. '31, §4216-c4.) Primary Election Dates Municipal: The primary election the last Monday in February of the year in which general municipal elections are held. (C. '31, $641.) Cities under commission plan: The primary election shall be held the second Tuesday preceding the general municipal election. (C. '31, §6493.) General: "The primary election shall be held the first Monday in June in each even-numbered year. (C. '31, §533.) Election Dates Cities and towns: Regular city and town elections shall be held biennially on the last Monday in March. (C. '31, §5627.) School: The regular school election shall be held annually on the second Monday in March; except in cities of over 125,000 population where the election will be held biennially on the second Monday in March of oddnumbered years. (C. '31, §4216-cl.) General: The general election for state, district, county and township offices shall be held on the first Tuesday next after the first Monday in November of each even-numbered year. (C. '31, §504.) Political Convention Dates County: Each political party shall hold its county convention on the fourth Saturday following each primary election. (C. '31, §616.) State: Each political party shall hold a state convention not earlier than the first nor later than the fifth Wednesday following the county convention. (C. '31, §634.) Judicial: Each political party shall hold a state judicial convention not less than one nor more than two weeks after their regular state convention. (C. '31, §656.) District: Each political party shall hold a district judicial convention in districts where judges are to be elected not earlier than the first nor later than the fifth Thursday following the county convention. (C. '31, §663.) Presidential or special: Precinct caucuses, county conventions and state conventions of each political party are held in the years presidents are elected and usually during the months of March and April on call of the state chairmen of the political parties. Assessments Call by Auditor: The county auditor of each county shall before the third day of January annually issue a call to all the assessors to meet within ten days to receive such information as the auditor has to give and to receive their supplies. (Sections 7113, 7114, Code of 1931.) Beginning: Each assessor shall enter upon the discharge of the duties of his office immediately after the second Monday of January each year. (Section 7106.) Completion: The assessment shall be completed by the 1st day of April. Section 7121. The rolls shall be laid before the local board of review on or before the first Monday of April in each year for correction. In cities of 10,000 or over the rolls shall be laid before the local board of review on or before the first Monday of May each year. Boards of Review Townships: The township trustees shall constitute the local board of review for the township and shall meet on the first Monday of April and sit from day to day until its duties are completed, which shall be no later than the first day of May, except in townships having a population of 20,000 or

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more situated within the limits of a city under special charter where the city council of said city shall be the board of review. Cities and towns: The city or town council stall constitute the board of review tor such city or town and shall meet on the first Monday of April and sit from day to day until its duties are completed which shall be no later than the first day of May, except cities having a population of 10,000 or over where such board shall meet on the first Monday of May and shall complete its duties not later than the first Monday in June. In cities of 20,000 or over, including cities under special charter, the board of review may begin on and after the first day of March each year and in cities under special charter having a population oi 20,000, or more, the city council of said city shall be the board of review except that the township trustees of said township may, in the event the city council does not act as such board of review, act the same as township trustees should be in townships in which the township lines are not co-terminus with the city limits. Raises or additions: In case the assessment of any person, partnership, corporation, oi- association is raised or new property is added by the board, then the clerk shall give immediate notice thereof by mail to each person, partnership, corporation or association and at the conclusion of the action of the board, the clerk shall post an alphabetical list of those whose assessments have been raised or added in a conspicuous place and the board shall hold an adjourned meeting with at least five days intervening after the posting of said notices before final action is taken on the proposed changes. (Section 7131.) Complaints: Any person aggrieved by the action of the assessor may make an oral or written complaint to the township, city, or town board of review. Appeals: Any party may appeal from the action of the township, city or town board of review to the district court. (Section 7133 as amended by Chapter 128—45th G. A.) Budgets Prepared and Submitted Preparation: All taxing districts except townships must at least twenty days prior to August 15 each year prepare a budget of anticipated expenditures and estimated amount to be raised by taxation by funds. Rural schools post budget estimate ten days before dates of hearing. Other taxing districts subject to the budget law publish their budgets in a newspaper. (C. '31, §375.) Certification: After hearing and decision of local board, budgets are certified to the county auditor not later than August 15. (C. '31, §383.) Submitted to state comptroller: As soon as taxes certified by each local board have been computed by the county auditor he shall forward a copy of each budget, together with a summary of all budgets, to the state comptroller. (C. '31, §384.) County budget: On or before December 31 each year, each county is required to appropriate in detail anticipated expenditures for every office or department for each and every purpose for which expenditures are authorized or demanded. The budget in detail must be completed and adopted by January 31 of the year to which it applies. This procedure is appropriating in detail the budget certified in August by funds. (C. '31, §§5260-el and c2.) City and town budgets: Cities and towns may adopt and levy a consolidated tax when certifying their budget in August, and prior to the beginning of their next fiscal year may apportion said consolidated tax in detail to the funds embraced therein in a ratio suitable to their requirements. The consolidated plan is optional with cities and towns. State: "On or before October first, next prior to each biennial legislative session, all departments and establishments of the government shall transmit to the state comptroller estimates of their expenditure requirements for each fiscal year of ensuing biennium * * * . " (45 G. A., chs. 4, 16.)

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STATE EXECUTIVE DEPAKTMENT GOVERNOR (Office located on main floor of capitol building) Term of incumbent ends January, 1937 CLYDE

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HERRING,

Des Moines

Salary, $7,500 annually Secretary to the Governor, Edith M. Johnson, Des Moines. The supreme executive power of the state is vested in the governor, whoso term of office is two years. No person is eligible who has not been a citizen of the United States and a resident of this state two years next preceding the election, and attained the age of thirty years at the time of said election. He is commander-m-chief of the military forces of the state. He transacts all executive business with the officers of government, civil and military, and may require information in writing from the officers of the executive department upon any subject relating to the duties of their respective offices. The governor approves or disapproves any and all appropriations for administration, operation and maintenance. When any office, from any cause, becomes vacant, and no mode is provided by the constitution and laws for filling such vacancy, the governor has power to fill such vacancy, by granting a commission, which expires at the end of the next session of the general assembly, or at the next election by the people. He may on extraordinary occasions, convene the general assembly by proclamation and shall state to both houses when assembled, the purpose for which they shall have convened. He is required to communicate, by message, to the general assembly, at every regular session, the condition of the state, and may make such recommendations to the body as he shall judge expedient. In case of disagreement between the two houses with respect to the time of adjournment, the governor has power to adjourn the general assembly to such time as he may think proper; but no such adjournment shall be beyond the time fixed for the regular meeting of the next general assembly. All bills must be submitted to him for approval, and a two-thirds vote (if both branches of the legislature is required to pass a bill over his veto. The governor has power to grant reprieves, commutations and pardons, after conviction, for all offenses except treason and cases of impeachment, subject to such regulations as may be provided by law. Upon conviction for treason, he has power to suspend the execution of the sentence until the case shall be reported to the general assembly at its next meeting. He has power to remit fines and forfeitures, under such regulations as may be prescribed by law; and shall report to the general assembly, at its next meeting, each case of reprieve, commutation or pardon granted, and the reason therefor. He appoints all principal officers of the state not elected by the people, and certain officers connected with the state government, by and with the consent of the senate. He signs patents for state lands, and appoints and commissions notaries public and commissioners in other states to take acknowledgments of deeds for this state. He may demand fugitives from justice from the executives of other states, and may issue warrants, upon the requests of other governors, for fugitives found in this state.

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G.

KRASCHEL,

Harlan

Salary, $2,000 each session The lieutenant-governor is elected for a term of two years and is required to have the same qualifications, as to age and residence, as the governor. In case of the death, impeachment, resignation, removal from office, or other disability of the governor, the powers and duties of that office devolve upon the lieutenant-governor. The lieutenant-governor is president of the senate, but can only vote when the senate is equally divided. In case of his death or other disability incapacitating him from discharging the duties of his office, the same devolve upon the president pro tempore of the senate. He receives the same mileage and expense allowance as a member and double the compensation of a senator. He maintains an office at the capitol building during the meetings of the general assembly. SECRETARY OF STATE (Office located on main floor of capitol building) Term ends January 1, 1937 MRS. ALEX MILLER,

Washington

Salary, $5,000 annually James C. Green, Des Moines, Deputy Secretary of State. Hazel M. Shea, Des Moines, Chief Clerk. John F. Brady, Council Bluffs, Superintendent of Securities. Harold G. Phipps, Des Moines, Deputy Superintendent of Securities. Lew E. Wallace, Sigourney, Superintendent Motor Vehicle Division. Harry H. Crenshaw, Des Moines, Secretary Real Estate Division. The Secretary of State is a constitutional official, serving as the secretarial officer of the commonwealth. The secretary also is the administrative head of various statutory departments or divisions of the department of state and, in addition, is a member of the executive council, the state board of health, the state printing board, the board of trustees of the state library and state historical department and the state employment agency commission. The functions of a general nature of the secretary of state are to attest the official acts of the governor and to serve as custodian of the original and official documents of the state, including the constitution, the official copies of the laws of Iowa, the authenticated journals of the general assembly, official records pertaining to the nomination, election and qualification of elective state and district officials; the bonds of various elective and appointive officials, records relating to the incorporation of cities and towns and the annexation or severance of territory, documents of the state land office, articles and records of corporations operating in Iowa and registered trademarks. The statutes make the secretary of state the administrative authority over the divisions of government having to do with corporations, securities, motor vehicles and real estate transactions. Articles of incorporation are filed for approval with the secretary of state, who issues authorization for corporate operations in Iowa, records corporation reports and exercises a general authority over operation of domestic and foreign corporate bodies. The state securities laws, designed to protect the Iowa investing public through regulation of securities dealers and qualification of securities offered

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for sale, are administered by the secretary of state through the superintendent of securities. The motor vehicle division of the department of state has jurisdiction over the licensing of motor vehicles and motor vehicle drivers, and the enforcement, through the state highway patrol, of the state traffic laws. Under the real estate dealers' licensing law, the secretary of state is designated as the Iowa real estate commissioner. Brokers and salesmen are licensed annually, examinations are held for persons seeking such licenses and a real estate business code is enforced under the direct supervision of a secretary to the real estate commissioner. AUDITOR OF STATE (Office located on main floor of capitol building) Term expires January 1, 1937 CHARLES

W.

STORMS,

Fort Madison

Salary, $5,000 annually Deputy State Auditor, Cloyd J. Burns, Ottumwa. Supervisor State Audits, Glenn S. Worden, C. P. A., Des Moines. The Auditor of State, at least once each year, makes full settlement between the state and all state officers and departments and all persons receiving or expending state funds, and makes a complete audit of the books, records and accounts of every department of state. These departments include the office of the governor, the executive council, state comptroller, secretary of state, state treasurer, attorney general, supreme court, superintendent of printing, adjutant general, state board of control and all institutions under its control, department of health, board of education and all institutions under its control, department of public instruction, department of agriculture, highway commission, liquor commission, old age assistance commission, state fair boardj board of assessment and review (including sales, income, and chain-store tax divisions), board of railroad commissioners, banking department, fish and game department, and all other departments, boards and commissions. The auditor of state also has charge of the municipal finance department, the county accounting department, the fiscal affairs of all political subdivisions including schools and school districts, as well as having supervision of companies selling stock on the installment plan, and building and loan associations. He appoints the county examiners, the municipal and school examiners, and the examiners of building and loan associations, examining their reports, conferring and discussing with said examiners the affairs of the counties, cities, etc., as disclosed by the reports, advising, suggesting and recommending such changes in policy as he deems expedient. All reports by building and loan associations and stock companies mentioned above are made to him, and all fees, except fees for incorporation are paid to him, and all deposits required by law of any such companies or associations are deposited in the auditor's office. None of the companies or associations named can transact business in the state without a certificate of authority from the auditor of state. All offices of the 99 counties and the 4,871 school districts are examined annually, as well as all cities of 2,000 population or over, and all other townships or municipal corporations are examined upon request. For the purpose of examining, auditing and checking, the various departments or the state may be classified roughly into three groups, viz.: all those departments, boards and commissions located in or adjacent to the state house; the state highway commission and the institutions under control of the board of control and the board of education; counties, cities, towns and schools. The auditor of state submits annual and biennial reports to the governor, as well as individual audit reports. The annual reports are on municipal finances, and the biennial reports on the operations of the auditor's office, and on

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the state and county, and building and loan affairs, are as narrative and statistical as the auditor deems necessary, and the individual audit reports contain schedules, exhibits, comparative figures, etc. Ex officio, the auditor of state is a member of the executive council, printing board, geological board, bonus board, and department of health. TREASURER OF STATE (Office located on main floor of capitol building) Term of incumbent ends January 1, 19S7 LEO J. WEGMAN, Carroll.

Salary, $5,000 annually Deputy treasurer, Edward M. Hogan, Iowa City. Cashier, William Schultes, Carroll. Chief examiner, inheritance department, John V. Wicklund, Des Moines. Superintendent, cigarette department, W. C. Merckens, Des Moines. Superintendent, gasoline tax department, Edward M. Hogan, Iowa City. Superintendent, beer department, E. F. Rahm, Algona. Chief bookkeeper, Edmund L. Brown. The public revenues of the state are received and disbursed by the treasury department; a record being maintained showing the sources of all income, the funds to which such income applies, the date received and the amount received. Disbursements are made only upon warrants issued as certified by the state comptroller. A record is kept of each warrant paid, showing date of issuance, date of payment, to whom paid and against which fund such warrant is drawn. When remittance of state revenue is made by bank draft, check or money order, such items are deposited for collection in a bank or banks in the state which have previously been duly designated and approved as depositories for state funds. The treasurer of state, with the consent and approval of the executive council, may designate banks in the state of Iowa as depositories of state funds in amounts not exceeding the limits fixed by said council. Each bank so designated shall pay interest at the rate adjusted by the treasurer of state with the approval of the executive council, but in no event shall such rate of interest be adjusted below 1 per cent per annum on 90 per cent of the collected daily balances, payable by the bank at the end of each month. Chapter 82, Section 61.3, acts of the forty-fifth general assembly, extraordinary session, abolished the state levy on general property, and provided that on January 1, 1935, and quarterly thereafter, the board of assessment and review shall set aside and cause to be paid into the general fund of the state from the amount collected from the sales, income, and corporation taxes, a sum of not to exceed $1,500,000.00 quarterly, which together with other state revenues expendable for such purpose, to pay all items of general expense of the state government for the current calendar year as authorized and appropriated for by the general assembly; the soldiers bonus tax fund collected by the county treasurers is drawn into the state treasury only at such times and in such amounts as is necessary to pay interest and bonds as they become due. The treasurer of state shall maintain in the state treasury a cash balance sunicient to pay the anticipated expenditures by the highway commission for the ensuing month. When necessary to restore the cash balance in the state treasury, he shall draw against the motor vehicle funds collected by the treasurers of each county of the state in proportion to the amounts in their possession respectively, a sum sunicient in the aggregate to restore said cash balance. Such drafts shall be honored by the treasurer of each county upon presentation.

STATE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT Acts of the forty-fifth general assembly, extraordinary session, require tlio treasurer of state to collect from distributors a license fee of three cents per gallon on all gasoline used in the state of Iowa, except Federal and state owned cars and equipment. Provision was made for the refund of the license fee paid when the gasoline was used for certain purposes. Five-ninths of the proceeds is distributed to the primary road fund, and four-ninths to the secondary road funds of the several counties of the state. The state stamp tax, on all cigarettes, cigarette papers, wrappers and tubes sold within the state; also under the supervision of the state treasurer, is a source of revenue of no small importance; said revenue all being applied to the general fund of the state. An important department in the office of the treasurer of state is the inheritance tax department, the administration of which pertains to the collection of inheritance taxes on estates and the revenues from which source aggregates a considerable amount. An act of the forty-sixth general assembly provides for the issuance of permits for the manufacture and sale of and taxation of certain non-intoxicating liquor, with the provision that such fees and taxes be collected by the treasurer of state. All license fees and taxes collected by the treasurer of state shall accrue to the "state sinking fund for public deposits." This act also provides for the creation of the state permit board, composed of the treasurer of state, who is the chairman, the secretary of state and the auditor of state, whose duties shall be to review the action of any governing body in any case where a hearing has been had relative to the cancellation or revocation of a permit issued under the provisions of this chapter. The state treasurer is the custodian of the permanent endowment fund of the State Agricultural College, which fund aggregates $664,000.00 invested in first mortgage loans upon real estate in Iowa. The treasurer of state also handles funds diverted under the public fund deposit guarantee acts of the forty-first general assembly, reimbursing losses of public funds which may be sustained on deposits in banks placed in receivership for liquidation. All accounts of the treasury department are audited daily by the auditor of 9tate and examined quarterly under the direction of the governor.

DEPAETMENT OF AGRICULTURE (Office located on main floor of capitol building) RAY MURRAY, Buffalo Center, Secretary Salary, $5,000 annually Term expires January 1, 1937 The Iowa department of agriculture and the office of secretary of agriculture were created by the fortieth general assembly by consolidating several departments and commissions. The object of the department is set out in the code and is as follows: " 1 . To encourage, promote, and advance the interests of agriculture, including horticulture, live stock industry, dairying, cheese making, poultry raising, beekeeping, forestry, production of wool and other kindred and allied industries. "2. To promote and devise methods of conducting said industries with the view of increasing production and facilitating an adequate distribution of the same at the least cost to the producer. "3. To administer efficiently and impartially the inspection service of the state as is now or may hereafter be placed under its supervision." Heretofore, the department of agriculture has been largely an inspection department or regulatory department charged with the responsibility of enforcing some thirty different laws. More recently it has become in addition to a regulatory department, one of service particularly to the farmers of Iowa. This was exemplified in the corn loan program made possible by the unbonded

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agricultural warehouse law administered by the department during which time sixty million dollars in loans were made on sealed corn, by the Federal government. The work of the department may be best explained by setting forth the activities of each of the several divisions and division heads as follows: Animal Industry Division DR. H. A. SEIDELL, Fort Dodge, known as state veterinarian and chief of the division is responsible for live stock disease control in the state which includes the supervision of the movement of live stock, T.B. eradication, Bang's disease control, enforcement of the hog cholera law and supervision of the veterinarian practice act and of live stock community sales.

Dairy and Food Division JOHN A. FEENEY, Davenport, is chief of the dairy and food division and has general supervision over 28 field inspectors who enforce laws pertaining to sanitation, labeling and weights and measures concerning the processing, storage, sale, distribution and serving of food and the manufacture and sale of such products as live stock feeds, agricultural seeds, fertilizers, gasoline, oil, paint and the purchase of farm produce. Mr. Feeney is assisted in his work by C. S. Bogle, chief inspector, who has direct supervision over the field inspectors. State Chemist

E. L. EEDFERN, Des Moines, is state chemist. He and his four assistants have the important work of making all laboratory tests of official samples collected by the field inspectors. State Entomologist DR. CARL J. DRAKE, Ames, by virtue of his office as head of the entomology department of Iowa State College is also charged with the responsibility of inspecting all nursery stock sold in the state, issues quarantine regulations to prevent importation of crop pests and disease in the state and has charge of all crop pest control work such as chinch bugs, grasshoppers and army worms.

Weather and Crop Bureau C. D. REED, Des Moines, is known as director of the weather and crop bureau. This bureau is operated in cooperation with the Federal government in that the director's salary is paid from federal funds. Gathering and disseminating of live stock, crop and weather statistics is the chief function of the weather and crop bureau. Township assessors, special crop reporters and weather station cooperators are used in obtaining much of the information. Miscellaneous Division H. C. AABERG, Orange City, assistant secretary of agriculture. In addition to the preceding divisions of the department of agriculture, there are several other miscellaneous sections all of which are under the supervision of the assistant secretary. These include the agricultural warehouse section under which farm grains are sealed and stored on the farm, stallion registration, farmers institutes, short courses and poultry shows and the five affiliated societies of the department known as the Iowa state dairy association, Iowa horticultural society, Iowa horse and mule breeders association, Iowa beef producers association and Iowa corn and small grain growers association.

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ATTOKNEY GENEEAL (Office located on main floor of capitol building) Term of incumbent ends January 1, 1937 EDWARD

L. O 'CONNOR, Iowa City

Salary, $6,000 annually First Assistant Attorney General, Walter F. Maley, Des Moines. Assistant Attorney General, Clair E. Hamilton, Winterset. Assistant Attorney General, Harry F. Garrett, Corydon. Assistant Attorney General, Lelian T. Eyan, Des Moines. Assistant Attorney General, L. A. Eader, Spencer. Special Assistant Attorney General, C. E. Walters, Toledo. Chief, Bureau of Investigation, Glenn Schmidt, Iowa City. The attorney general is elected for a period of two years. It is the duty of the attorney general to appear for the state, prosecute or defend all actions and proceedings, civil and criminal, in which the state shall be a party or interested, when requested to do so by the governor, executive council or general assembly, or he may so appear on his own motion; and shall prosecute or defend for the state all causes in the supreme court in which the state is a x>arty or interested. The attorney general is given supervisory power over county attorneys and in a general way looks after the enforcement of the law over the entire state. He shall also, when requested, give his opinion in writing upon all questions of law submitted to him by the general assembly or any state department. It is also the duty of the attorney general to prepare drafts for contracts, forms and other writings which may be required for the use of the state, and shall at the close of each biennial period report to the governor the condition of his office, the opinions rendered and the business transacted in the office. The attorney general is chairman of the state board of law examiners, ex officio a member of the state printing board, and has charge of the bureau of investigation.

BOARD OF LAW EXAMINERS

Chairman—EDWARD L. O 'CONNOR, Attorney General. MEMBERS OF BOARD

EDWARD L. O'CONNOR, ex officio, term expires January 1, 1937 HERBERT J. HOFFMAN, Dubuque, term expires June 30, 1936. J. A. GRAHAM, Audubon, term expires June 30, 1936. C. N. JEPSON, Sioux City, term expires June 30, 1936. JAMES A. DEVITT, Oskaloosa, term expires June 30, 1937. EDMUND B. WILSON, Jefferson, term expires June 30, 1937.

The state board of law examiners was created by an act of the twenty-eighth general assembly which went into effect on the 4th day of July, 1901. The attorney general is, by virtue of his office, chairman of the board and the other members are appointed by the supreme court. The members of the board are paid as compensation fifteen dollars per day out of the fund arising from examination fees. The supreme court may appoint temporary examiners to serve for one examination. Every applicant for admission to the bar must pass an examination by the board in compliance with the statutes and the rules established by the supreme court and the board. Examination fee, $5; certificate fee, $1; persons admitted on motion from other states, $10.

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER 1035-1936 SUPEKINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION (Office located on main floor of capitol building) Term of incumbent ends January 1, 1939 AGNES SAMUELSON, Shenandoah, Superintendent

Salary, $4,500 annually Deputy, Fred L. Mahannah, Monticello. Supervisor, Clara M. Wallace, Washington. Inspector, R. A. Griffin, Coon Rapids. Inspector, Jessie M. Parker, Lake Mills. Inspector, Wm. A. Dunlavy, Osceola. Director of Research, R. C. Williams, Jesup. The superintendent of public instruction is charged by law with general supervision and control over the rural, graded and high schools, public junior colleges of the state, and over such other state and public schools as are not under the control of the state board of education or the board of control of state institutions. This does not include private, denominational, and parochial schools. In connection with these general powers other specific duties are prescribed by law. These include promoting interest in education and recommending improvements, preparing and distributing courses of study, directing programs for the improvement of instruction in the counties, classifying, defining, and inspecting schools, prescribing reports for teachers and school officers, preparing and distributing questions for examinations for applicants for normal training certificates and the pupils completing the eighth grade in rural schools, examining and determining appeals and rendering written opinions upon questions submitted by school officers, and other duties. The administration of these duties is carried on by the superintendent of public instruction with the assistance of a staff organized into three divisions: legal, with deputy superintendent in charge; inspectional, with three inspectors and one supervisor; research, under a director. In addition to these duties the superintendent of public instruction is president of the board of educational examiners which has charge of the certification of teachers, and is chairman of the board for vocational education which promotes a program of vocational education and rehabilitation. BOARD OF EDUCATIONAL EXAMINERS (Office located in office of Superintendent of Public Instruction) AGNES SAMUBLSON, superintendent of public instruction, ex officio, president. 0. R. LATHAM, president, Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, term expires June 30, 1937. JOHN S. NOLLEN, president, Grinnell College, Grinnell, term expires June 30, 1937. F. N. OLRY, county superintendent of schools, Denison, term expires June 30, 1937. ARTHUR DEAMER, city superintendent of schools, Cedar Rapids, term expires June 30, 1937. Secretary, Viola H. Schell, Des Moincs. Chief clerk, Esther E. Tronstrom, Mapleton. The board of educational examiners consists of the superintendent of public instruction who is president and executive officer of the board, and of four additional members appointed by the governor for a term of four years, including: The president of one of the three state institutions of higher learning. The president of one of the privately endowed institutions of higher learning in the state that maintain teacher training courses. A county superintendent of schools. A city superintendent of schools. The board is charged with the duty of administering the statutes of the state pertaining to the granting of teachers' certificates except those having to do

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with high school normal training. In that function it fixes the standards for teacher training courses, accredits colleges which offer approved teacher training courses for teachers' certificates, evaluates certificates of other states and determines what recognition can be given them in Iowa. The certification laws were revised by the forty-fifth general assembly and the board of educational examiners given additional powers and duties in connection with teachers' certificates. . STATE BOARD FOR VOCATIONAL EDUCATION (Office located on third floor of capitol building) Members of Board (ex officio) AGNES SAMUELSON, Superintendent of Public Instruction, Chairman, Des Moines. GEORGE T. BAKER, President State Board of Education, Davenport. FRANK E. WENIG, Labor Commissioner, Des Moines. Director, Forest E. Moore, Des Moines. Supervisor, agricultural education, George F. Ekstrom, Des Moines. Supervisor, homemaking education, Mary Farris, Des Moines. Supervisor, trade and industrial education, Harry W. Carmichael, Des Moines. Supervisor, vocational rehabilitation, Willis W. Grant, Des Moines. The state board for vocational education was established by the thirtyseventh general assembly in an act accepting the terms of the national vocational education act commonly known as the Smith-Hughes Law. Vocational education, as organized under the provisions of the national and state vocational education acts, includes education and training of less than college grade, the specific purpose of which is to equip boys, girls, men and women for the effective pursuit of occupations. Such training prepares those of regular school age for employment which they propose to follow. It helps those who are already employed to acquire the new skill and knowledge which progress demands of their occupations and consequently to do better work and to take advantage of opportunities for promotion. Vocational education is offered in three major fields, namely: agricultural, trade and industrial and homemaking education. Instruction in each of these three occupational fields may be offered to three age groups of individuals: the regular high school student, the student who attends school part of the time and works part of the time, and the adult worker. In general, vocational schools and classes are organized in accordance with the needs of the persons to be trained. Usually the classes are held in local public school buildings. Under certain conditions, and when better facilities for vocational training exist elsewhere, instruction may be offered in places other than regular school buildings. However, under all circumstances the vocational work is under public supervision and control and is maintained as a definite part of the educational program of the state. The state board for vocational education reimburses local school districts from federal funds for salaries paid to the teachers of vocational classes. The state board for vocational education also cooperates with the proper authorities at Iowa State College at Ames in preparing teachers of the above subjects. The state board of vocational education also cooperates with the federal government in maintaining vocational rehabilitation programs for physically disabled persons. The thirty-ninth general assembly passed an act accepting the provisions of the national rehabilitation act and designated the state board for vocational education, which had been previously created in the state's acceptance of the Smith-Hughes Act, as the state's administrative and cooperative agency. Under certain rules and regulations the rehabilitation service provides for the vocational training and placement of physically handicapped persons 16 years of age or over with the exception of those coming directly under the training program maintained by the federal government for persons disabled as a result of enlisted service in the army or navy.

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE 1935-1936 BOAED OF EAILEOAD COMMISSIONEES (Office located in building at East Twelfth street and Court avenue) Term four years. An elective state office Salary of members, $4,000 annually M. P. CON WAY, Chairman, Atlantic, Democrat; term expires January 1, 1937. ~~L B. DUNLAP, Commissioner, Ames, Democrat; term expires January 1, 1939. . A. HUFFMAN, Commissioner, Des Moines, Democrat; term expires January 1, 1939. Appointed by the Board Executive Secretary, J. J. Lynch, Des Moines. Assistant Secretary, John H. Gillespie, Des Moines. Chief Eate Clerk, C. A. Hansen, Des Moines. Statistician, C. B. Ellis, Onawa. Electrical Engineer, Geo. Charlesworth, Des Moines. Engineer, H. A. Franklin, Des Moines. Engineer, J. E. Eubank, Des Moines. Superintendent Motor Division, L. C. Donohoe, Des Moines. Commerce Counsel, John De Mar, Des Moines. Assistant Commerce Counsel, Walter Condran, Des Moines. Assistant Commerce Counsel, Stephen Eobinson, Des Moines. The powers and duties of the board of railroad commissioners are: To generally supervise all railroads in the state, both steam and electric, except street railroads; to inquire into any neglect or violation of the laws of the state by any railroad corporation doing business therein; to make examinations and inspections of the physical condition, conduct and management of such railroads and report their condition to said companies; to stop and prevent railroad companies, under certain circumstances, from running or passing their trains over unsafe bridges; to adjudge changes in station houses, rolling stock and rates of fare; to pass on necessity for spur tracks to be constructed and maintained not exceeding three miles in length to an existing industry under terms and conditions approved by the commission as set out by law; to make reasonable rules for the crossing of steam and interurban railways and to require, when necessary, interlocking switches at railroad crossings; to make report on first Monday in December in each year to the governor of its doings for the preceding year, accompanied with appropriate suggestions and recommendations; to receive, tabulate and report upon the annual reports filed with it by railroad companies; to examine any of the books, papers or documents of any such corporation; to examine under oath employees of such corporation; to issue subpoenas, administer oaths and compel the attendance of witnesses; to make and fix maximum schedules of freight rates for such corporations, such schedules to be deemed reasonable until disproved; to examine into rates in force, upon complaint that the rate charged by a railroad company, or that the maximum rates fixed by the commission are unreasonably high or discriminating, and to iix the rate again, which must not be higher than any rate established by law, such decision of the commission is prima facie evidence that the rate so made is a reasonable minimum rate; to bring suits to enforce its orders; to inquire into the management of the business of such carriers and to obtain from them full and complete information necessary to enable the commissioners to carry out the objects of the law; to hear, investigate and determine all complaints alleging unreasonable rates; unjust discrimination, undue preference, violation of the long and short haul clause, or other infractions of the commission law, and make proper orders thereupon; to establish joint through rates, upon application, over two or more connecting lines; and to have the same authority over express companies as the act confers concerning railroads.

STATE EXECUTIVE DEPAETMENT Before a railroad company may appropriate coal, coke or oil received for shipment, it must first secure the written consent of the railroad commission. Before any railway company may condemn lands for additional depot grounds, or for straightening or relocating track, the permission of the board must be obtained. Interlocking switches may be placed at grade railroad crossings or draw bridges, thus obviating the necessity of stopping trains before passing over such grade crossings or draw bridges, but before the interlocking switch may be used consent of the board must be obtained. The thirty-fifth general assembly gave to the commission the power to grant to individuals or corporations "engaged in the manufacture, sale, or distribution for sale of electric current for light, power, or heating purposes, the right within the state, except in cities and towns, to erect and maintain poles, wires, towers, fixtures and other necessary construction for the purpose of conducting electricity for lighting, power and heating purposes over, along and across any public land, highways or streams or the lands of any person or persons, and to acquire the necessary interests in real estate therefor. 9 ' It also provided that transmission lines proceeding under the provisions pf the law should be subject to "such reasonable regulations as the commission may from time to time prescribe.'' The board is directed by an act of the thirty-ninth general assembly to "undertake and carry forward such investigation and preparation as shall be necessary to properly represent the interests of the state in connection with the valuation of the property of common carriers now being conducted by the interstate commerce commission." The thirty ninth general assembly authorized the railroad commission upon application to them to issue to any warehouseman a license for the conduct of a bonded warehouse under the provisions of chapter 119, laws of the thirtyninth general assembly, and such rules and regulations as might be made thereunder. The fortieth general assembly conferred on the commission the power to issue certificates authorizing motor carriers to operate over the public highways of the state, upon a showing that the proposed service would promote " t h e public convenience" and authorized the board to prescribe rules and regulations for the operation of motor vehicles used by such carriers " f o r the protection and safety of the public." The forty-first general assembly revised the laws on this subject, but left their administration with the railroad commission. The forty-third general assembly provided for the supervision or regulation by the commission of persons operating motor trucks principally used for the public transportation of freight for compensation, not operating over regular routes nor between fixed termini. It also provided that the cost of regulating truck operators and motor carriers and the maintenance of the motor carrier department be paid from fees and taxes collected from such carriers. Under the act of the forty-third general assembly before an airport is acquired by any city or town plans and specifications must be approved by the board. The forty-fourth general assembly provided that pipe lines shall be subject to regulation by the board under a permit issued by the board. COMMERCE COUNSEL

The thirty-fourth general assembly created the office of commerce counsel, to be appointed by the board of railroad commissioners for a term of four years, subject to confirmation by senate. The law provides that the counsel may appoint assistants, subject to the approval of the board of railroad commissioners. The duties of the office briefly are as follows: legal advisor of board of railroad commissioners; investigate and present matters with reference to interstate rates to board, prosecute same before said board, or before any court to which same may be taken; investigate on his own motion, or at request of board, all matters involving interstate rates in which the people of Iowa nre interested, and present same to interstate commerce commission and prose-

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cute same to final determination; act as attorney for and represent board in all courts of this state or of the United States, in which the validity of any order of said board is in issue; to institute and prosecute in any of the courts any and all suits necessary to proper enforcement of any rule or order of said railroad commissioners or make defense therein wherever said rule or order may be called in question. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL (Office located on basement floor of capitol building;

Membership, ex officio CLYDE L. HERRING MRS. ALEX MILLER C. W. STORMS LEO J. WEGMAN RAT MURRAY

Governor Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Secretary of Agriculture

Secretary, Ross Ewing, Des Moines. Assistant Secretary, J. Don Wissler, Centerville. Among the duties placed upon the executive council by the laws of Iowa, are the following: to purchase all stores, supplies and furniture for state departments and officers; the execution of contracts for fuel, lights, repairs; the approval of articles of incorporation and by-laws of building and loan associations, and plan for liquidation of said associations; the custody of supplies for state officers and commissions; the canvass of votes cast for state and district officers; the declaration of changes in classification of cities; the assignment of office rooms to state officers; the appointment of the board of examiners of mine inspectors; approval for the repayment of inheritance taxes when wrongfully paid; the approval of plans for buildings at the state educational institutions, under certain conditions; and the determination of the value at which property may be taken by Iowa corporations and the amount of stock which may be issued on account thereof. The secretary of the executive council is also secretary of the conservation commission and of the board of engineering examiners. CUSTODIAN

(Office located on basement floor of capitol building)

Appointed by the Executive Council D. B. JOHNSTON, Buffalo Center

Assistant Custodian, John M. Bowler, Des Moines. It is the duty of the custodian, except as otherwise provided by law: To have charge of, preserve and adequately protect the state capitol and grounds, and all other state grounds and buildings at the seat of government, and all property connected therewith or used therein or thereon; to see that all parts and apartments of said buildings are properly ventilated and kept clean and in order; to see that all visitors, at proper hours, are properly escorted over said grounds and through said buildings, free of expense; to have at all times, charge of and supervision over the police, janitors, and other employees of his department in and about the capitol and other state buildings at the seat of government; to institute in the name of the state, and with the advice and consent of the attorney general, civil and criminal proceedings against any person for injury or threatened injury to any public property under his control; and to keep plans and surveys of the public grounds, buildings and underground constructions at the seat of government; to perform all duties required by law or order of the executive council. The custodian shall, on or before September thirtieth preceding each regular session of the general assembly, make a verified report to the executive council which shall cover all transactions for the preceding biennial period.

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BOAED OF CONTEOL OF STATE INSTITUTIONS (Office located in building at East Twelfth street and Court avenue) Term six years. Appointed by the Governor E. H. FELTOV, Indianola, Eepublican, term expires July 1, 1937. HARRY C. WHITE, Vinton, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1939. F. M. STEVENS, Garden Grove, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1941. Secretary, Eobert Miller, College Springs. The board of control of state institutions was created under the provisions of chapter 118, laws of the twenty-seventh general assembly, which, with the amendments thereto, clothes the board with full power to manage, control and govern, subject only to the limitations contained in the act, the institutions under its management. The board of control was organized on April 6, 1898, and took full control, as provided by statute, on July 1, 1898, of the institutions subject to its control. The board is required to inspect county aAd private institutions in which insane persons are kept, associations and societies receiving friendless children and detention homes provided for juvenile offenders. The board is required to investigate the management and financial condition of the state institutions under its control, to determine questions as to the sanity of patients in state hospitals, and to determine when persons shall be admitted to them as state charges, and is required to divide the state into hospital districts. It is required to make biennial reports to the governor and legislature showing the cost of operating the institutions for the preceding two years and to visit all institutions twice each year. Some member of the board or its agent is required to visit each hospital for insane once each month. The board is required to meet the superintendents and other heads «f institutions in quarterly conferences, to gather statistics, to publish a bulletin, to require official bonds of certain institution officers, to make a semi-annual invoice of all the stores of the institutions, to fix annually the salaries of officers and employees not fixed by law, and to perform other duties provided by law. Following is a list of the fifteen state institutions under the supervision of the board of control and the executive officer of each: Soldiers' home, Marshalltown; B. C. Whitehill, commandant. Soldiers' orphans' home, Davenport; H. A. Mitchell, superintendent. Juvenile home, Toledo; LaVere Smith, superintendent. Institution for feebleminded children, Glenwood; H. B. Dye, M.D., superintendent. State sanatorium for treatment of tuberculosis, Oakdale; J. A. Edwards, M.D., superintendent. Training school for boys, Eldora; O. S. Von Krog, superintendent. Training school for girls, Mitchellville; Anna Lynam, superintendent. Mount Pleasant state hospital for insane and inebriates, Mount Pleasant; M. C. Mack in, M.D., superintendent. Independence state hospital for insane and inebriates, Independence; E. A. Stewart, M.D., superintendent. Clarinda state hospital for insane and inebriates, Clarinda; Eoscoe D. Smith, M.D., superintendent. Cherokee state hospital for insane and inebriates, Cherokee; Leonard P. Eistine, M.D., superintendent. Hospital for epileptics and school for feebleminded, Woodward; A. E. Schier, M.D., superintendent. State penitentiary, Fort Madison; Glenn C. Haynes, warden. Men's reformatory, Anamosa; W. H. Frazer, warden. Women's reformatory, Eockwell City, E. Pauline Johnston, superintendent.

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IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTER 1935-1930 STATE BOAED OF ASSESSMENT AND REVIEW (Office located in Des Moines Building, Sixth avenue and Locust street) Appointed by the Governor. Terms of six years.

JOHN K. VALENTINE, Democrat, Centerville, Chairman; term expires July, 1937. Louis E. RODDEWIG, Democrat, Davenport, Vice-Chairman; term expires July, 1939. C. F. GREEN, Republican, Sioux City, Member; term expires July, 1941. Secretary, Elsie L. Dachroth, Des Moines. Director of Public Utilities Division, Ben H. Hall, Cherokee. Director of General Property Division, George L. Tinley, Council Bluffs. Director of Sales Tax Division, Fred EL Wray, Waterloo. Director of Income and Corporation Tax Division, La Verne Clark, Belle Plaine. Director of Chain Store Occupation Tax Division, George R. Crane, Dexter. The state board of assessment and review was created by act of the fortythird general assembly in 1929 for the purpose of bringing about a more equitable assessment of property in the state of Iowa, and with the idea in mind that gross unfairness existed in the apportionment of the tax burden to the taxpayers. It was given very broad general powers, its duties as fixed by law not only including a supervision of the assessment of all property in the state but also that of studying and investigating all matters pertaining to the improvement of the state's revenue system. The board was organized on July 15th, of 1929, and has been functioning since that time. Under the law this board exercises general supervision of the tax laws, of boards of supervisors and other officers and boards in matters pertaining to assessment and taxation; it has power to order re-assessments, to prescribe and promulgate books and forms; to confer with, advise and direct those obligated by law to make levies and assessments as to their duties under the law; to require information from taxing districts as to assessment of property and collection of taxes; to hold public hearings with safeguards as to evidence there produced; to cause depositions to be taken within or without the state; to investigate the work and methods of local boards of review, boards of supervisors and other officers in tax matters; to require boards of review to make such orders as this board determines are just and necessary; to direct and order any board to raise or lower the valuation of property, real or personal; to direct the county boards of equalization to raise or lower the valuation of any class or classes of property; to raise or lower the valuation of any piece of property in any taxing district under prescribed conditions; to correct errors, irregularities or omissions in assessments of individual taxpayers under prescribed conditions; to examine into alleged evasion or violation of the law for assessment and taxation; to ascertain wherein existing laws are defective or are improperly or negligently administered, and cause remedial proceedings to be instituted in such cases; to make a summary of the tax situation in the state; to formulate and recommend legislation for the better administration of the fiscal laws so as to secure just and equal taxation; to recommend such additions and changes in the present system of taxation that in its judgment is for the best interests of the state and will eliminate the necessity of any millage levy for state purposes; to transmit biennially to the governor and to each member and member-elect of the legislature, thirty days before the meeting of the legislature, the report of the board, covering the subject of assessment and taxation, the result of the investigation of the board, its recommendations for improvement in the system of taxation in the state, together with such measures as may be formulated for the consideration of the legislature; to publish the revenue laws of the state and distribute them as

STATE EXECUTIVE UKPAKTMENT prescribed; to procure information pertaining to the discovery of property subject to taxation; to call upon any state department for technical advice nnd data which may be of value in connection with the work of assessment and taxation; to certify to the auditor of state on January first of each year the aggregate of each state tax for each county for said years; all former powers and duties of the state executive council as a board of review, as to valuations, levies and assessments, and determination of tax rates for state purposes are now vested in the state board of assessment and review, as are the former principal powers and duties of the auditor of state with relation to the assessment and collection of taxes. Assessment of Utilities Another highly important duty delegated to this board since its original grant of powers by the legislature has to do with the listing and assessment of privately owned utilities. This board is now required to list and assess for tax purposes privately owned property of: Water works, gas works and pipe lines Electric light and power companies Cable or electric railways Elevated street railways Horse cars, etc. Electric transmission lines

Telegraph and telephone lines Railway companies Sleeping and dining cars Freight and equipment companies Express companies

Tax Revision Act The special session of the forty-fifth general assembly enacted a law which had for its declared purpose the equalization and replacement in part of the tax on property. Section 2 of the act provides as follows: li Purpose or object. This act shall be known as the 'property relief act,' and shall have for its purpose the direct replacement of taxes already levied or to be levied on property to the extent of the net revenue obtained from the taxes imposed herein, which shall be apportioned back to the credit of individual taxpayers on the basis of the assessed valuation of taxable property as provided in division VI of this act.' 7 The law provides for a personal net income tax, a business tax on corporations, and for a tax on the gross receipts from retail sales, and further provides for the collection of such taxes, the distribution and use of the revenues derived therefrom, and the administration of the law. This board is charged with the administration of the new revenue law. Chain Store Tax The forty-sixth general assembly passed what is known as the chain store tax act of 1935, which places a graduating tax upon all systems of chain stores operating in the state, and also imposes a graduated tax upon the gross income of all such chain stores operating within the state. This law became effective July 1, 1935, and is being administered by this board.

STATE COMPTROLLER (Office located on basement floor of capitol building) Appointed by the Governor. Term during pleasure of Governor C. B.

MURTAGH,

Algona

The state comptroller audits all demands by the state and preaudits all accounts submitted for the issuance of state warrants; controls the payment of all moneys into the state treasury and all payments from the state treasury; prescribes all accounting and business forms and the system of accounts and reports of financial transactions by all departments and agencies of the state government other than those of the legislative branch; keeps a central budget

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and proprietary control accounts of the state government; establishes a reasonable cash revolving fund for each department or institution for disbursement purposes where needed; has the custody of all books, papers, records, documents, conveyances, leases and other documents appertaining to the fiscal affairs and property of the state, which are not required to be kept in some other office; apportions the interest of the permanent school fund; prepares biennially a list of all standing appropriations and furnishes a report of same to each member of the legislature; prepares the budget document and drafts the legislation to make it effective; reviews requests for allotments as are submitted to the governor for approval; determines the need for all transfers of appropriation submitted to the governor; makes such investigations of the organizations, activities, and methods of procedure of the several departments and establishments as he may be called upon to make by the governor and executive council or the legislature; furnishes any committee of either house of the legislature having jurisdiction over revenues or appropriations such aid and information regarding financial affairs of the government as it may request; prepares and submits to the governor and the legislature on or before December 15 of each year, an annual report, setting forth in detail and in summary form the financial condition and operations of the government; and prepares such other reports as the governor or the general assembly may from time to time require of him. Local Budget The state comptroller is charged with the duty of administering the local budget law. This involves a certain amount of supervision over the preparation of the budgets of local subdivisions and in planning and adjusting their expenditures according to their needs and funds available. He has authority to approve the transfer of funds of local taxing districts. His duties under this law require many conferences with public officials. Public Contracts and Bonds Under this law the state comptroller is called upon to decide questions relating to public contracts and bonds and to advise public officials regarding expenditures of public money for improvements and financing same by the issuance of bonds when necessary. When appeals are filed with him by the requisite number of taxpayers, his approval is necessary before the local board can proceed with the proposed improvement or bond issue. The state comptroller is a member of the State Appeal Board, which body handles appeals of taxpayers in connection with certain improvements by the state government.

BOARD OF PAROLE (Office located in building at Pennsylvania and Grand avenues) Term six years. Appointed by Governor West Union, Republican, term expires June 30, 1937. Democrat, term expires June 30, 1939. Moines, Democrat, term expires June 30, 1941. Sam D. Woods, Secretary, Des Moines.

GEORGE

M.

SIMPSON,

M. D.

COONEY, Dubuque, FRANK M. CARRELL, Des

The statutes of Iowa provide the sentence of a prisoner convicted of a felony shall be for the maximum term provided for the crime committed, thus leaving to the court imposing the sentence no discretion as to the time of confinementThe board of parole is given authority to release on parole either within or without the state of Iowa, all prisoners, except those sentenced for life terms. Parole rules are provided which must be observed by the man while on parole, and for the violation of which he may be remanded to prison.

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BOARD OF EDUCATION (Office located 1007 Des Moines Street) Appointed by the Governor. Terms of six years JOSEPH H. ANDERSON, Thompson, Republican, term expires July 1, 1937. HARRY M. NEAS, Sigourney, Republican, term expires July 1, 1937. T. W. KEENAN, Shenandoah, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1937. S. J. GALVIN, Sheffield, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1939. H. C. SHULL, Sioux City, Republican, term expires July 1, 1939. MRS. CORA E. SIMPSON, Decorah, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1939. GEORGE T. BAKER, Davenport, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1941. ANNA B. LAWTHER, Dubuque, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1941. JOHN P. WALLACE, Des Moines, Republican, term expires July 1, 1941. FINANCE COMMITTEE OP THE BOARD

Appointed by the Board of Education William R. Boyd, Chairman, Cedar Rapids, Republican. W. G. Noth, Member, Des Moines, Democrat. W. H. Gemmill, Secretary, Des Moines, Republican. The board of education of nine members is appointed by the governor for six-year terms, subject to approval by the senate. The board chooses from outside its own membership a finance committee of three members. The committee selects its chairman and secretary, the secretary of the committee also serving as secretary of the board, and he is in charge of the general offices and has his office at the seat of government. The educational institutions in charge of the board are: Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Ames; State University of Iowa, Iowa City; Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls; Iowa School for the Blind, Vinton; Iowa School for the Deaf, Council Bluffs. STATE UNIVERSITY OP IOWA—IOWA CITY

Eugene Allen Gilmore, A.B., LL.B., LL.D., President. Walter Albert Jessup, Ph.D., LL.D., Litt.D., President Emeritus. William Herbert Bates, Secretary. Flave L. Hamborg, Treasurer. W. H. Cobb, B.S. in C, Comptroller. Arthur Allen Smith, B.S., C.E., Acting Superintendent of Grounds and Buildings. Herbert Clifford Dorcas, M.A., University Examiner and Registrar. Adelaide Lasheck Burge, Ph.B., Dean of Women. Robert Elmer Rienow, B.A., Dean of Men. George Frederick Ney Dailey, Lieut. Col., U.S.A., Commandant of the R. O. T. C. Frederick Miller Pownall, M.A., University Editor. Ruth A. Gallaher, Ph.D., University Archivist. George Frederick Kay, Ph.D., Dean, College of Liberal Arts. Eugene Allen Gilmore, LL.B., LL.D., Dean, College of Law. Ewen Murchison MacEwen, M.D., M.S., Dean, College of Medicine. Alvin Wesley Bryan, D.D.S., Dean, College of Dentistry. Wilber John Teeters, M.S., Ph.C, Dean, College of Pharmacy. Carl Emil Seashore, Ph.D., LL.D., Sc.D., Graduate College. Clement Clarence Williams, B.S. in C.E., C.E., Dean, College of Engineering. Paul C. Packer, Ph.D., College of Education Chester Arthur Phillips, Ph.D., Dean, College of Commerce. Bruce Mahan, Ph.D., Director, Extension Division. George Dinsmore Stoddard, Ph.D., Director, Child Welfare Research Station. Oscar Martin Solem, LL.B., Director, Division of Physical Education. Frank Luther Mott, Ph.D., Director, School of Journalism. M. Willard Lampe, Ph.D., D.D., Director, School of Religion.

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER 1935-1936 Lois Blanche Corder, R.N., Director, School of Nursing. Grace Van Wormer, B.A., Acting Director, University Libraries. Andrew Henry Woods, B.A., M.D., Director, Psychopathic Hospital. Robert E. Neff, B.A., Administrator, University Hospitals. Norman Foerster, M.A., D.Litt., Director, School of Letters. R. H. Fitzgerald, M.A., Director, School of Fine Arts. Frederick Miller Pownall, M.A., Director, Student Publications. Paul C. Packer, Ph.D., Director, Summer Session. Rufus Henry Fitzgerald, M.A., Director, Student Activities. Milford Edwin Barnes, B.A., M.D., Dr.P.H., Director, University Health Service. Frederick Goodson Higbee, B.S., M.E., Director, University Convocations; Secretary, Alumni Association. Homer Ray Dill, Director, University Museum. IOWA STATE COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND MECHANIC ARTS AMES

Raymond M. Hughes, A.B., M.S., LL.D., President and Acting Derm of Agriculture. Charles E. Friley, B.S., A.M., LL.D., Vice President. Charles B, Murray, Treasurer. Hugh C. Gregg, Ph.B., A.M., Business Manager. Henry Herbert Kildee, M.S., Dean of Division of Agriculture. Thomas R. Agg, B.S., C.E., Dean of Division of Engineering, Director of Engineering Experiment Station. Genevieve Fisher, B.S., A.M., Dean of Division of Home Economics. Charles E. Friley, B.S., A.M., LL.D., Dean of the Division of Industrial Science. Charles H. Stange, D.V.M., Dean of the Division of Veterinary Medicine. George W. Godfrey, B.S., M.S., Assistant to the President in Agriculture. Robert E. Buchanan, B.S., M.S., Ph.D., Dean of the Graduate College, Director of the Experiment Station. Maurice D. Helser, B.S.A., M.S., Dean of Junior College and Personnel Director for Men. Frances A. Sims, Ph.B., M.S., Personnel Director for Women. James R. Sage, B.A., M.S., Registrar, Vice Dean of Junior College. Fred Stocker, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. James Franklin Edwards, M.D., Medical Director. John E. Foster, B.A., Dean of Summer Term. Charles Harvey Brown, B.A., M.A., B.L.S., Librarian. IOWA STATE TEACHERS' COLLEGE

CEDAR FALLS

Orval Ray Latham, Ph.D., President. M. J. Nelson, Ph.D., Dean of the Faculty. Sadie B. Campbell, M.A., Dean of Women. Leslie I. Reed, M.A., Dean of Men. Benjamin Boardman, B.Ph., Financial Secretary. Charles S. Cory, B.S., Registrar and Examiner. Charles H. Bailey, B.S., Head of the Department of Arts. E. C. Denny, Ph.D., Head of the Department of Education. S. A. Lynch, M.A., Head of the Department of English. Beatrice J. Geiger, Ph.D., Head of the Department of Home Economics. Ingebrigt Lillehei, Ph.D., Head of the Department of Languages. Ira S. Condit, M.A., Head of the Department of Mathematics and Commercial Education. Edward Kurtz, M.A., Head of the Department of Music. E. J. Cable, Ph.D., Head of the Department of Science. L. L. Mendenhall, M.A., Head of the Department of Physical Education for Men. Monica R. Wild, M.S., Head of the Department of Physical Education for Women.

STATE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT M. R. Thompson, Ph.D., Head of the Department of Social Science. Eva May Luse, Ph.D., Head of the Department of Teaching. Anne Stuart Duncan, B.L., Librarian. Frank N. Mead, M.D., Health Director. Irving H. Hart, B.A., Director of the Extension Division. Joseph B. Paul, Ph.D., Director of the Bureau of Research. E. W. Goetch, Ph.D., Director of the Placement Bureau. George H. Holmes, M.A., Director of the Bureau of Publicity. Harold A. Bosley, Ph.D., Director of Religious Activities. Albert C. Fuller, B.A., Director of the Bureau of Alumni Affairs and Public School Relationships. Eldon E. Cole, B.S., Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds. IOWA SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND—VINTON

Superintendent, Francis Eber Palmer; physician, Lyle W. Koontz, M.D.; and visiting ophthalmic surgeon, head of department, State University. The aim and purpose of the Iowa School for the Blind is purely educational. The course of study includes not only the subjects leading up to and required for admission to the colleges and the university of the state, but also subjects that aim to prepare the students for some of the occupations in which it has been demonstrated that the blind are usually successful. After a pupil of this school reaches the high school department, he is given some latitude in the choice of courses of study. Both literary and industrial work is required of all students, besides some music. IOWA SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF—COUNCIL BLUFFS

O. L. Mclntire, M.A., Superintendent The Iowa School for the Deaf was founded in 1855, and was first located at Iowa City and then moved to Council Bluffs in 1870. In 1902 a fire completely destroyed the main building which housed the executive quarters' and dormitories for pupils. A substantial fireproof structure now stands in its place where sufficient room is provided for 325 pupils. A separate building to accommodate seventy-five pupils is also provided, wherein only oral instruction is employed. Approximately ninety per cent of all pupils are taught by the oral method which employs for the purpose, speech, lip-reading and writing. The course of study is extensive and provides not only an elementary education for the deaf children of the state but also a secondary, the high school department, covering a full four years course, being on the accredited list of the North Central Association, the only school for the deaf in the country so accredited. A well equipped vocational department is maintained for the purpose of teaching trades. Students become skilled workmen and graduates, with re mnrknbly few exceptions, are self-supporting, useful citizens of the state.

IOWA LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION (Office located in Mulberry building, Tentli and Mulberry Streets i Appointed by the Governor. Tmn of six years. BERNARD

E.

MANLEY,

Chairman, Mason City, Democrat, term expires July 1,

1941. DICK R.

LANE, Davenport, Republican, term expires July 1, 1937. ANDREW STEWART, Rockwell City, Democrat, term expires July 1,

liK!9.

Secretary, W. H. Millhaem, Des Moines, Iowa. The Iowa liquor control commission was created under the provisions of H. F. 292 as passed by the forty-fifth general assembly in extraordinary session and signed by the governor, March 6, 19'U.

IOWA OFFICIAL BEGISTER 1935-1936 The commission has sole power to buy, import and have in its possession for sale and sell liquors; to establish, maintain and discontinue state liquor stores and special distributors in such cities and towns as deemed advisable; to rent, lease and equip any building or any land necessary to carry out the provisions of the act; to appoint necessary employees; to determine the nature, form and capacity of packages kept or sold under the act and to prescribe the labels and seals to be placed on same; to license, inspect and control the manufacture of alcoholic liquors in Iowa; and to make rutes and regulations necessary for carrying out the provisions of the act.

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE COMMISSION Appointed by the Governor. Terms of four years. E. 11. MEREDITH, Chairman, Ames. Term expires July 1, 1936. URICK, Des Moines. Term expires July 1, 1937. JOHN F. PORTERFIELD, Hamburg. Term expires July 1, 1938. Superintendent, Byron G. Allen, Pocahontas. MRS.

A. L.

The forty-fifth general assembly in extraordinary session passed an old age assistance law, which as amended and revised by the forty-sixth general assembly, fulfills the present state requirements as set out in the national social security act. The purpose of this law is to provide relief from want or need for our elderly citizens who are 65 years of age or over, who have maintained a domicile in Iowa for at least nine years immediately preceding date of application, who have resided in this state ^.Ye of said nine years, one of which has been continuous and immediately preceding such date, and who have no responsible relative able, without undue hardship, to support said applicants. With due regard to the condition of the individual and community in each case, and considering the earnings, aid and property holdings of the applicant, the law provides a $25.00 maximum monthly payment to certain of our needy elderly citizens. The Iowa old age assistance set-up is statewide. A superintendent is the department head. In turn the county boards, to whom applications are first directed, are appointed by the supervisors of each county and are bipartisan in membership. The law did not become effective until July 1, 1935, except as was provided by section 35 whereby a tax of $1.00 was levied on all persons 21 years of age and over to provide the revenue for the emergency period from November 1, 1934, to July 1, 1935, and during this emergency period the commission was able to grant assistance to some 10,500 of our needy citizens and of this number, 10,200 were on the assistance rolls as of June 1, 1935, some 300 having been taken from the list due to deaths, withdrawals and cancellations. Beginning July 1, 1935, the law states that all persons 21 years of age or over must pay an annual head tax of $2.00 to provide for this revenue. However, the forty-sixth general assembly, realizing the importance and magnitude of this cause, appropriated an additional $1,000,000.00 for each year of the following biennium to supplement the $2.00 head tax, thus affording old age assistance to a greater number of the elderly citizens of this state.

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DEPAETMENT OF HEALTH (Office located at 1027 Des Moines Street) STATE BOARD OF HEALTH Appointed by the Governor. Terms expire January 1, 1936. E. M. MYERS, M.D., Boone. CHARLES E. IRWIN, M.D., Cedar Kapids. WALTER A. STERNBERG, M.D., Mt. Pleasant. HERBERT E. STROY, M.D., Osceola. WILLIAM E. WALSH, M.D., Hawkeye.

COMMISSIONER Appointed by the Governor for four years. Term expires July 1, 1937. WALTER L. BIERRING, M.D., Des Moines, Commissioner of Public Health. Deputy commissioner, Frederick J. Swift, M.D., Maquoketa. Director, communicable diseases—epidemiology, Carl F. Jordan, M.D., Iowa City. Director, child health and health education, Jos. H. Kinnaman, M.D., Des Moines. Director, sanitary engineering, A. H. Wieters, M.S., Des Moines. Director, public health nursing, Edith S. Countryman, R.N., Des Moines. Director, law enforcement, Herman B. Carlson, Atty., Des Moines. Director, lieensure and examinations, H. W. Grefe, Des Moines. Director, vital statistics, Robert L. McLaren, Des Moines. Executive Clerk, Albert F. Vogt, Iowa City. The board of health serves in an advisory capacity to the commissioner of public health and is empowered to make rules and regulations. Commissioner The commissioner of public health directs the work of the department. He formulates objectives and outlines detailed programs in public health. He serves as the executive officer of the ten boards of examiners for the various professions affecting the public health. He formulates and proposes needed legislation for the protection of the public health. He is the executive officer of the state board of health. Deputy Commissioner The deputy commissioner assists the commissioner and supervises and directs the statewide program for the control and prevention of syphilis and gonorrhea and for the prevention of diphtheria. He also directs the administration of the county health units. Communicable Diseases—Epidemiology Communicable diseases are by their very nature of vital concern to the community and the state. Reports of various infectious diseases are received daily from physicians and health officers throughout the state. These reports are surveyed and tabulated so as to make possible a study by weeks and months of the current prevalence of disease as compared with the preceding year or period of years. Field investigations are made upon request by local health officers or other officials to determine the nature and extent of illness and to assist in control measures. The department through articles, reports, literature, talks, correspondence and graphic presentations aims to inform the public about disease prevention. Child Health and Health Education One of the most important activities of a health department is to present information on health subjects to the public and to stimulate the community to meet the needs of the whole child in such a manner that the greatest good

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will come to the greatest number. An advisory service is offered to lay organizations. This service includes guidance, direction and even supervision in planning and outlining health programs and the preparation of study course outlines. Statistical studies and analyses covering maternal, infant, tuberculosis and cancer mortality are made. Sanitary Engineering The department is charged with the inspection of public water supplies, sewage systems and sewage disposal plants. Other activities of the sanitary engineers include: the inspection and supervision of public swimming pools and tourist and summer camps; the investigation of the pollution of waterways; investigation of major nuisances; the administration of the state housing law and the state plumbing code and the preparation of bulletins in which problems of sanitation are presented. Public Health Nursing The department maintains a whole-time service for public health nurses, for boards employing nurses and for associations or committees interested in public health nursing services. The general objectives of all public health nursing services are: 1. To assist in educating individuals and families to protect their own health. 2. To assist in the adjustment of family and social programs that affect health. 3. To assist in correlating all health and social programs for the welfare of family and community. 4. To assist in educating the community to develop adequate public health facilities. Vital Statistics The division is charged with the collecting, recording and filing reports of births, deaths, marriages and divorces. Statistical studies and analyses of these records are made and the results of these studies are released for the information of the public. The division supervises the work of the local registrars of vital statistics and cooperates closely with the bureau of census, department of commerce, Washington, D. C. Law Enforcement The work of the division of law enforcement is under the direct supervision of our attorney, who is immediately responsible for the enforcement of laws pertaining to all matters affecting the following professions under title VIII of the code: medicine and surgery, podiatry, osteopathy, chiropractic, dentistry, optometry, embalming, barbering and cosmetology. The division provides an advisory service to the lay public, as well as to the members of professional groups, in matters relating to legal phases of publichealth. Examinations,

Licensure and Eegistration

This division is under the direct supervision of a lay-director who is not licensed to practice any of the professions. The division keeps a permanent record of all applications, examinations, licenses, reciprocal licenses and renewal of licenses of the various professions un'der title VIII of the code of Iowa, 1931 (except the practice of pharmacy, osteopathy, chiropractic and nursing). The director carries on all correspondence and keeps all records incident to the examining and licensing of the following professions: medicine and surgery, dentistry, embalming, podiatry, optometry, barbering and cosmetology. The respective examining boards give the examinations, Iho director assisting. BOARDS OF EXAMINERS Medical Examiners: Frank M. Fuller, M.D., Keokuk; Aldis A. Johnson, M.D., Council Bluffs; Erwin Schenk, M.D., Des Moines.

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Dental Examiners: L. C. Hemsworth, D.D.S., Waterloo; Hardy F. Pool, D.D.S., Mason City; J. J. Foley, Fort Dodge; E. B. Whinery, D.D.S., Iowa City; Eaymond J. Lash, D.D.S., Council Bluffs. Embalmer Examiners: W. J. Hopley, Hurnboldt; O. O. Greenlec, Lineville; Alois M. Didesch, Dubuque. Osteopathy Examiners: D. E. Hanna. Perry; 11. B. Willard, Manchester; W. D. Andrews, Algona. Optometry Examiners: Alfred J. Meyer, Davenport; V. V. Kirby, Des Moines; Roscoe C. Griffith, Harlan. Chiropractic Examiners: R. L. Sheeler, Council Bluffs; N. A. Golinvaux, Waterloo; H. T. Opsahl, Decorah. Podiatry Examiners: Cecil L. Moon, Marshalltown; Paul M. Hawk, Waterloo; Stewart E. Reed, Des Moines. Cosmetology Examiners: Mrs. Mae Haney, Creston; Mrs. Mayme Madden, Davenport; Mrs. Mabel Hart, Ames. Barber Examiners: Lee W. Skinner, Council Bluffs; John W. Bales, Cedar Rapids; Larry D. Hamilton, Sioux City.

IOWA STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION (Offices at Ames, Iowa) Commissioners are appointed by the Governor, terms four years. 0. J. F. P. 1. A.

DITTO, Sibley, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1937. HAGEMAN, Waverly, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1937. KNUDSON, Ellsworth, Republican, term expires July 1, 1939. _ HARRY GREENE, Avoca, Republican, term expires July 1, 1939. "" C. L. MCKINNON, New London, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1939.-

The highway commission's duties are three-fold: First: Construction and maintenance of primary roads. Second: General supervision of secondary roads. Third: Engineering assistance to other departments. The commission has entire charge of and responsibility for all construction and maintenance work on the primary road system. It prepares the necessary surveys, plans and specifications for primary road improvements, lets the necessary contracts and supervises the construction work. It has charge, for the state of Iowa, of the expenditure of all federal aid road funds allotted to this state. All maintenance work on the primary roads is under the supervision of the commission. The annual report of the commission shows in detail expenditures for primary road construction and maintenance. The secondary roads (county and township roads) are under the supervision of the county boards of supervisors in their respective counties. However, the law places on the highway commission certain duties and responsibilities in connection with such secondary road work. Changes in or modifications of the county trunk road system must be approved by the commission. Secondary road construction programs proposed by the county boards must receive the commission's approval. Plans prepared by the county engineers for secondary road improvements, must be submitted to the state highway commission for approval. Contracts awarded by the boards of supervisors, for secondary road work involving a cost of $2,000 or more per mile, or more than $5,000 in the aggregate, or more than $2,000 for any one bridge or culvert, must be approved by the state highway commission, before becoming effective. In case two adjacent counties are unable to agree on any county line road or bridge construction or maintenance matter, either board may appeal to the highway commission to determine said controversy.

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The commission, on request, renders engineering assistance to various other state departments. This includes the making of surveys and preparation of plans and general supervision of construction and maintenance of public highways upon or adjacent to lands belonging to the state at the various educational, charitable, and penal institutions and at the state parks, engineering assistance to the executive council on street improvements upon and adjacent to the capitol grounds, assistance to the national guard on projects in connection with the national guard camp, and various other technical matters which may come before such other state departments. Executive Department Chief Engineer, F. R. White, Ames. Attorney, C. E. Walters, Ames. Supervisor of Inventory, D. C. McNeil, Ames. Department of Accounts Auditor, H. 0. Parsons, Ames. Chief Clerk, E. T. Burk, Ames. Maintenance Auditor, L. B. Anderson, Ames. Administration Department Administration Engineer, C. Coykendall, Ames. Design Department Design Engineer, W. E. Jones, Ames. Engineer BridgeJDesign, E. W. Blumenschein, Ames. Engineer Road Design, E. R. Meredith, Ames. Construction Department Assistant Chief Engineer, F. H. Mann, Ames. Right-of-Way Engineer, H. 0. Hickok, Ames. Maintenance Department Maintenance Engineer, W. H. Root, Ames. Department of Materials and Tests Engineer Materials and Tests, Bert Myers, Ames. District Engineers District No. 1: W. F. Beard, Ames. District No. 2: Raymond Zack, Mason City. District No. 3: E. W. Dunn, Sioux City. District No. 4: L. M. Martin, Council Bluffs. District No. 5: J. S. Morrison, Ottumwa. District No. 6: J. A. Paulsen, Cedar Rapids. COMMISSIONER OF INSURANCE (Office located at 212 Sixth avenue) Term four years. Appointed by the Governor. Ida Grove. Term expires July 1, 1939. Deputy, Maurice V. Pew, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Second deputy, John Speidel, Washington, Iowa. Actuary, Clair C. Kirkpatrick, Iowa City. Securities Clerk, W. H. Bailey, Sheldon. Chief examiner, John W. Kimball, Des Moines. RAY MURPHY,

The commissioner of insurance is the executive head of the insurance department of Iowa and has direction of all insurance business transacted in the state and the execution of laws relating to insurance.

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The commissioner is authorized to conduct examinations of insurance ^ organizations transacting business in the state. Domestic companies, associations and societies are required to be so examined at least biennially. The companies are visited and the audits made in their offices. All deposits required by law to be made with the state by any such company, association or society, are directly in charge of the commissioner and a careful record is kept thereof, showing each item. The amount of approved securities representing capital stock and the legal reserve of policies of Iowa life companies and associations on deposit in this department on February 1, 1933, was $409,003,971.01. All fees due the state from insurance companies and associations are paid to the commissioner of insurance and turned over to the treasurer of state and placed in the general funds. The commissioner passes upon the articles of incorporation of new insurance organizations. He has entire control over the organization of new insurance companies in the state. No policies may be sold in the state until the policy forms have been approved by him, and all agents appointed by the companies and associations to represent them in the state must be licensed by the insurance department. The forty-third general assembly provided that in the event of a receivership for an insurance company the commissioner becomes receiver. STATE FAIR BOARD (Office located on basement floor of capitol building) Ex officio Members. CLYDE L. HERRING, Governor, Des Moines. RAYMOND M. HUGHES, President of the Iowa

State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Ames. RAY MURRAY, Secretary of Agriculture, Buffalo Center. Directors First Congressional District—E. T. DAVIS, Iowa City. Second Congressional District—C. J. KNICKERBOCKER, Fairfax. Third Congressional District—EARL FERRIS, Hampton. Fourth Congressional District—PAUL P. STEWART, Maynard. Fifth Congressional District—C. ED. BEMAN, Oskaloosa. Sixth Congressional District—CHARLES F. CURTISS, Ames. Seventh Congressional District—CARL E. HOFFMAN, Atlantic. Eighth Congressional District—SEARS MCHENRY, Denison. Ninth Congressional District—HAROLD L. PIKE, Whiting. Officers President—J. P. MULLEN, Fonda. Vice President—F. E. SHELDON, Mt. Ayr. Secretary—ARTHUR R. COREY, Des Moines.

Treasurer—N. W. MCBEATH, Whiting. Assistant Secretary—FRANK HARRIS, Des Moines. Assistant Secretary—J. L. SMITH, Des Moines. The Iowa state fair as an institution has existed since the first fair was held at Fairfield October 25, 26 and 27, 1854, but it remained for the fortieth general assembly in 1923 and the extra session thereof to set out the Iowa state fair board as a separate and distinct department. Previous to 1923 the fair was operated under the state department of agriculture. The fortieth general assembly, however, created a new department of agriculture, consolidating therewith a number of other departments and at the extra session the law was passed creating the state fair board, effective October 28, 1924. The law provides for a state agricultural convention to be held at the state capitol in Des Moines on the second Wednesday in December of cnch year. The

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delegates to this convention are the officers and members of the state fair board; the president, secretary or accredited delegate of each of the county and district fairs; the president or accredited representative of the following organizations: each farmers' institute organized according to law and receiving aid; the state horticultural society; the Iowa state dairy association; the Iowa beef producers' association, and the Iowa corn and small grain growers' association. In counties where no fair is held the board of supervisors may appoint a delegate. The convention elects a president and a vice president for a term of one year, and a director from each congressional district, whose term expires the day following the convention, for a term of two years. The terms of the directors representing the first, fourth, fifth, seventh and eighth congressional districts expire December 13, 1934, and the terms of the directors from the second, third, sixth and ninth congressional districts expire December 12, 1935. The secretary and treasurer are elected annually by the state fair board. The law fixes the compensation of the president, vice president and directors at ten dollars ($10) per day and expenses while in attendance at board and committee meetings. The law also fixes the maximum amount to be paid the treasurer at $250 and the secretary at $5,000 annually. By statute the state fair board is made the custodian of the state fair grounds and the board of managers of the annual state fair. The state makes no regular appropriations for the operating expenses of the state fair. The law specifically provides that all operating expense, maintenance, etc., shall be paid out of the receipts of the state fair unless there is a special appropriation providing for same. The law also provides that the state will not be liable for any debts incurred by the board. The state has appropriated since 1902, .$953,000 for buildings, $93,013 for additional land, $14,000 for sanitary sewer system, and $28,280 for paving and sewer assessments against the grounds. In the same period $348,700 has been appropriated for insurance premiums and maintenance of grounds and buildings. During this same thirty-two year period there has been expended from the fair receipts, $954,872 for buildings and other improvements, $243,566 for insurance premiums and maintenance of the grounds and buildings, and the entire operating expense of the fair amounting to $6,423,418. The inventory taken November 30, 1934, shows the present value of the grounds and buildings to be worth $2,121,325. This inventory takes into consideration the original cost of all permanent buildings and other improvements with the usual annual depreciation. It is safe to say that the replacement •alue of buildings and other improvements would be more than double the amount carried in the inventory. The title to the state fair grounds and all property is held in the name of the state of Iowa and all deeds and abstracts are on file in tho auditor of state's office. DEPARTMENT OF BANKING (Office located on basement floor of capitol building) Term, four years. Appointed

by the Governor.

D. W. BATES, Des Moines, superintendent and ex offlcio chairman banking board. Term ends July 1, 1937.

of the

Banking Board: H. P. Dowling, Harlan; B. F. Kauffman, Des Moines; L. J. Schuster, Clinton, and M. E. Tate, Keokuk. Terms of four years, ending July 1, 1937. Appointed by the governor. Deputy Superintendent, Ralph Bunce, Washington. Chief clerk and small loan examiner, Otis L. Jones, Des Moines. Legal clerk, C. R. Colton, Des Moines. The superintendent of banking is the head of the banking department of Iowa and has general control, supervision and direction of all banks and trust companies incorporated under the laws of Iowa, as well as all small loan com

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panies operating under the small loan act passed by the forty-fifth general assembly, extraordinary session, and he is charged with the execution of the laws of the state relating to banking, including the public funds deposit guaranty act passed by the forty-first general assembly. The deputy superintendent and bank examiners are appointed by the superintendent of banking subject to the approval of the state banking board, and their salaries are fixed by the state banking board within certain limits prescribed by law. The banking department is self-supporting. The superintendent of banking is ex officio a member and chairman of the state banking board created by act of the forty-first general assembly. This board acts in an advisory capacity concerning .nil matters pertaining to th<* banking department and the Iowa banking laws.

THE ADJUTANT GENERAL (Office located on basement floor of eapitol building) Appointed by the Governor. Term four years. CHARLES

H.

GRAHL,

Des Moines. Term expires July 3, 1939.

Assistant Adjutant General, Ralph A. Lancaster, Davenport. Quartermaster TJ. S. P. & D. O., James E. Thomas, Des Moines. The adjutant general issues and transmits all orders of the commander-inehief and keeps a record of all appointments of officers commissioned by the governor, of all the general and special orders and regulations, and of such matters as pertain to the organization of the military forces and the duties thereof. He has charge of the state arsenal and grounds and all other property of the state kept or used for military purposes. He furnishes at the expense of the state such blanks and forms as are approved by the commanderin-chief. In each year, preceding a regular session of the general assembly, or at any other time the governor may direct, he makes out a detailed report of the transactions of his office, the expenses thereof and such other matters as shall be required by the commander-in-chief for the period since the last preceding report. All muster rolls, reports, returns, enlistments, discharges and complete records of the national guard are filed and marie a matter of record in his office. The records of Towa soldiers of the Civil, Spanish-American, and World Wars are on file in his office and all information desired from such records is furnished by him. Certificates of military service of Iowa soldiers of the late wars or past service in the organized militia and national £uard are given by him under the seal of his office. He is the disbursing officer of all state appropriations for the use and support of the national guard and as adjutant general nil military property is committed to his custody which he is required to issue for the use of the national guard, keeping an account of the same. He is required to furnish such reports of the national guard of the state as the war department may from time to time require. WAR ROSTER COMMISSION GOVERNOR OLYDE HERRING, Chairman, Des Moines. BRIGADIER GENERAL CHARLES H. GRAHL, Disbursing

Officer, Des Moines.

The adjutant general has the direction of the compilation of the roster for soldiers, sailors and marines in the Mexican border service of 1916-1917, and tho World War, 1917-1918 and 1919.

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SOLDIERS' BONUS BOARD (Office iii building at East Tenth street and Court avenue) li. J. LAIRD, Adjutant, American Legion, Department of Iowa, President. CHARLES' H. GRAHL, Adjutant General, Secretary. LEO J. WEGMAN, Treasurer of State. C. W. STORMS, Auditor of State. Executive Secretary, John J. Miller, Ottumwa. The state bonus board consists of the state auditor, the state treasurer, the adjutant general, and the adjutant of the Iowa department of the American Legion. GRAVES REGISTRATION Director, WILBUR F. HATHAWAY, Ames. The graves registration division of the adjutant general's office is for the purpose of registering the burial places of all those who served in the military or naval forces of the United States in time of war, and whose remains now rest within the state, to aid in properly marking and caring for them. ARMORY BOARD The adjutant general is chairman of the armory board appointed by the governor to fix the armory and other allowances for the national guard units of the state. This board is composed of the following named officers: Brigadier General CHARLES H. GRAHL, AGD Iowa NG, the Adjutant General. Brigadier General GUY E. LOGAN, AGD Iowa NG (Retired), Des Moines, Iowa. Colonel HENRY G. GEIGER, Iowa NG (Retired), Sheldon, Iowa. Lieutenant Colonel MAXWELL A. O'BRIEN, 113th Cav., Iowa NG, Des Moines, Iowa. Major WILL J. HAYEK, 113th Cav. Iowa NG, Iowa City, Iowa. All members of the board are allowed for each authorized meeting the "base pay of their grade and transportation from home station to place of meeting and return. ADVISORY BOARD The adjutant general is ex offlcio member of the advisory board consisting of: Major General MATHEW A. TINLEY, Iowa NG, President, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Brigadier General CHARLES H. GRAHL, AGD Iowa NG, the Adjutant General, Recorder. Brigadier General LLOYD D. ROSS, Iowa NG, Des Moines, Iowa. Colonel GLENN C. HAYNES, 168th Inf. Iowa NG, Fort Madison, Iowa. Colonel GORDON C. HOLLAR, 133rd Inf. Iowa NG, Sioux City, Iowa. Colonel HARRY WARD, 185th Field Artillery, Iowa NG, Davenport, Iowa. Colonel RAY YENTER, 113th Cav., Iowa NG, Des Moines, Iowa. Lieutenant Colonel.EARL B. BUSH, MC Iowa NG, Ames, Iowa. All members of the board are allowed for each authorized meeting the base pay of their grade and transportation from home station to place of meeting and return. COMMISSION OF AERONAUTICS (Office located in the office of the Adjutant General) Appointed by the Governor. Terms of four years. CHARLES W. GATSCHET, Des Moines, Eepublican. Term expires January 18, 1937. RALPH CRAM, Davenport, Democrat. Term expires January 18, 1936. W. B. SWANEY, Fort Dodge, Eepublican. Term expires January 21, 1939. A commission of aeronautics was created by H. F. 223, passed by the extra session of the forty-fifth general assembly with power to hold investigations and hearings on matters relating to aeronautics in the state; administer oaths; subpoena persons and records; and bring injunction proceedings to enforce provisions of the aeronautics law. Peace officers of the state are instructed to cooperate with the commission. The commission is bipartisan.

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GOVERNOR'S MILITARY STAFF Brigadier General CHARLES H. GRAHL, Des Moines, Chief of Staff. Major RALPH A. LANCASTER, Davenport, Assistant Chief of Staff. Aides: Col. Charles J. Wilson, Washington. Col. Claude M. Stanley, Coining. Lt. Col. Daniel F. Steck, Ottumwa. Lt. Col. J. Ray Murphy, Ida Grove. Lt. Col. David J. Murphy, Dubuque. Lt. Col. William C. Rathke. Lt. Col. Leo J. Duster. Lt. Col. Ralph McGinnis, Leon. Lt. Col. Charles W. Gatschet, Des Moines. Lt. Col. T. J. Noll, Grinnell. Lt. Col. B. J. Palmer, Davenport. Lt. Col. John Rees, Council Bluffs. Lt. Col. Carr Northington, Des Moines. Lt. Col. Rush H. Kress, New York City. Lt. Col. Gardner Cowles, Jr., Des Moines. Lt. Col. O. S. Von Krog, Eldora. Maj. Will J. Hayek, Iowa City. 1st Lt. Frank Miles, Des Moines.

MRS. HENRY

STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION (Office in Mulberry building, 10th and Mulberry) FRANKEL, Des Moines, Chairman, Republican, term expires July 1,

1937. ARTHUR E. RAPP, Council Bluffs, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1937. W. A. BURHANS, Burlington, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1939. DR. FRANK J. COLBY, Forest City, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1939. DR. E. E. SPEAKER, Lake View, Democrat, term expires July 1, 1939. DR. W. C. BOONE, Ottumwa, Republican, term expires July 1, 1941. LOGAN BLIZZARD, McGregor, Republican, term expires July 1, 1941.

State Conservation Director, M. L. Hutton, Ames. Secretary, ex officio, Ross Ewing, Des Moines. The forty-sixth general assembly abolished the former fish and game commission and the state board of conservation and created the state conservation commission to carry on the duties of these former agencies. The duties relating to state forests formerly under the secretary of agriculture were also assigned to this commission. The conservation commission makes recommendations for the acquirement of state parks and preserves, forests and other state conservation areas, and is charged with the duty of administering same. The commission is charged with the duty of protecting, propagating, increasing and preserving the fish, game, fur bearing animals and protecting the birds of the state and the enforcement of laws relating thereto. The administration and enforcement of laws relating to boats and navigation in the state owned inland waters of the state is a duty of the commission. The commission has jurisdiction over the state owned meandered lakes and streams of the state and the construction of dams and other improvements relating to such waters. Since the early part of 1933 a great number of new developments have been accomplished in the various conservation areas in connection with emergency conservation work programs through the civilian conservation corps, civil works administration, Federal emergency relief administration and other agencies with whom the state has cooperated. Due to the above programs or in connection therewith there has been a considerable increase in the number of conservation areas over what was under the jurisdiction of the state two years ago. Some 60 areas of parks and preserves or sanctuaries, 64 meandered natural lakes with over 41,000 acres of

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11 meandered streams with some 800 miles of river bed and 15 artificial lakes either under construction or completed, a hatcheries, nurseries, pools and rescue stations, and game manare included under the administration of the commission.

STATE FIRE MARSHAL (Office located in building at Pennsylvania and Grand avenues) Appointed by the Governor. Term four years. J. VINCENT PYLE, Chariton. Term expires July 1, 1939. Deputy, A. Lubberden, Knoxville. The office of state fire marshal was created by an act of the thirty-fourth general assembly. The principal duties of the fire marshal are to investigate the cause, origin and circumstances of every fire occurring in the state; to determine if any buildings or structures, by reason of want of proper repair or by reason of age and dilapidated conditions, are especially liable to fire and to order their repair or removal; to require teachers in public and private schools to have at least one fire drill a month and instruct the pupils at least four times a year in the causes and dangers of fires; and to make an annual report to the governor. For the purpose of enforcing the orders of the fire marshal suitable penalties and fines are provided and he and his deputy are empowered to administer oaths and compel the attendance of witnesses. If the state fire marshal shall be of the opinion that there is evidence sufficient to charge any person with the crime of arson or criminal conduct in connection with any fire he shall cause such person to be arrested. Reports are required to be made to the fire marshal by all chiefs of fire departments of each and every fire, and where there is no established fire department the report is to be made by mayors and by township clerks outside of incorporated cities and towns. BOARD OF EXAMINERS IN THE BASIC SCIENCES (Office located at 1027 Des Moines street) Appointed by the Governor. Terms of six years. WILLIAM L. STRUNK, Ph.D., Chairman, Decorah; term expires July 4, 1941. JOSEPH H. BODINE, Ph.D., Iowa City; term expires July 4, 1937. CHARLES CARTER, Ph.D., Fairfield; term expires July 4, 1937. ROBERT E. O'BRIAN. Ph.D., Sioux City; term expires July 4, 1939. BENJAMIN H. PETERSON, Ph.D., Cedar Rapids; term expires July 4, 1939. EDWARD BENBROOK, Ph.D., Ames; term expires July 4, 1941. Secretary, Edward Benbrook, Ames. Send all correspondence to H. W. Grefe, director of division of licensure and registration, 1027 Des Moines street, Des Moines, Iowa. The basic science law enacted by the forty-sixth general assembly establishes a State Board of Examiners in the fundamental sciences underlying the practice of the healing arts, providing for its organization and powers, and that certification by such board following examination in the six basic sciences of anatomy, physiology, chemistry, pathology, bacteriology and hygiene is prerequisite to eligibility for examination for a license to practice medicine and surgery, osteopathy, osteopathy and surgery, and chiropractic. It establishes uniform educational standards in the fundamental sciences for all applicants for license to diagnose and treat human ailments. The act does not apply to dentists, dental hygienists, nurses, pharmacists, optometrists, embalmers, podiatrists, barbers or cosmetologists practicing within the limits of their respective professions, or Christian scientists. The personnel of the board consists of six members learned in the basic sciences, having no degrees in the healing arts. The members of the board receive as compensation $10.00 per diem for the time actually employed and necessary expense incurred in the discharge of their duties which is paid out of funds in the state treasury received as fees from applicants for examination.

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The board meets in Des Moines and there conducts the examinations in the basic sciences four (4) times each year, respectively on the second Tuesday in January, April, July and October. The examination fee is $10.00. BUREAU OF LABOR (Office located in building at Pennsylvania and Grand avenue) Commissioner appointed by the Governor. Term four years. FRANK E. WENIG, Spencer, Labor Commissioner. Term expires July 1, 1939. Deputy Labor Commissioner, J. D. Seaman, Des Moines. Under the provisions of law, the commissioner is also a member of the board for vocational education, rehabilitation, the Iowa emergency relief committee, and the employment agency commission. The commissioner is executive secretary of the employment agency commission. The bureau is responsible for the enforcement of laws relating to health and safety, child labor, fire escapes, passenger and freight elevators, private employment agencies, arbitration and conciliation, and industrial accidents for reinspection and statistical purposes. Three factory inspectors devote full time to inspection and reinspection of factories, mills, work shops, theatres, buildings, public buildings, passenger and freight elevators, private employment agencies, and general employment conditions. The law requires that one of the inspectors shall be a woman who shall give special attention to places employing women and children. The official publication of the bureau ' ' Iowa Employment Survey'' is issued the first of each month based upon conditions as of the fifteenth of the preceding month and compared with the previous month. Statistical information is furnished by the employer on a specially prepared questionnaire which is compiled showing employment and payroll trends, building conditions, and activities in the Iowa state employment service. The bureau issues, with the consent of the executive council, special bulletins relating to child labor, labor organizations, employment service, and manufacturing directory, etc., which is in addition to the biennial report required by law. According to laws regulating the operation of free public employment offices, the commissioner is also director for the Iowa state employment service, a system of free public employment offices operated by the state of Iowa in cooperation with the U. S. department of labor and known officially as the Iowa state employment service affiliated with the U. S. employment service. This service is now operating in twenty-one principal cities of the state, the Federal government matching dollar for dollar any public funds used in the operations and maintenance of this system of free public employment offices. WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION SERVICE (Office located at 1005 Des Moines street) Commissioner appointed by Governor. Des Moines, Iowa Industrial Commissioner. Term expires July 1,

A. B. FUNK, 1937. Deputy Commissioner, Ralph Young, Valley Junction. Secretary, Ora Williams, Des Moines. Iowa was among the first of the states to provide workmen's compensation for industrial accidents. All employers, with a few exceptions, must provide insurance, or assume responsibility for compensation benefits, based on 60 percent of the average weekly wage, and a limited liability for medical expense. The minimum is $6 per week and the maximum $15 per week. Provision is made for arbitration and review, and appeals may go to the courts. State and other public employes are included. Reports are made of injuries to the industrial commissioner and settlements must have his approval. Arbitration decisions now number about one hundred and forty per year, together with the filing of about forty review decisions.

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HISTORICAL, MEMORIAL AND ART DEPARTMENT OF IOWA (Office located in the Historical building) The Governor, Secretary of State, Superintendent of Public Instruction and the Judges of the Supreme Court, ex officio, comprise the Board of Trustees. The Curator is elected for a term of six years by the board of trustees. Curator, EDGAR R. HARLAN, Keosauqua. Term expires April 30, 1936. Deputy curator, Ernest Porter, Des Moines. Superintendent of Archives, C. C. Stiles, Des Moines. Librarian, Bertha Baker, Des Moines. Annals and newspapers, David C. Mott, Des Moines. The department, founded July 1, 1892, has for its chief purpose the collection of historical data relating to Iowa and the territory of the middle west, the care-taking of the public archives and the stimulation of private and public enterprise in noting and commemorating through artistic means notable achievements of Iowa citizens. The department publishes the Annals of Iowa, an illustrated quarterly historical magazine of eighty pages. Portraits of distinguished Iowans are secured and hung in the art gallery. Since January, 1918, the department has engaged in assembling original materials relating to the contribution of Iowa in the world war. In the library division of the historical department special efforts are made to collect works of state and general western history, biography and genealogy, war histories, works relating to the North American Indians, county histories, maps, Iowa pamphlets, biographies, documents relating to early settlers and settlements and every species of data which can throw light upon local, state, or western history. The museum display includes many remarkable specimens of mammals and birds, including moose, buffalo, elk, deer, wolves, foxes and other animals. Eagles, owls, wild turkeys, Indian relics and handiwork, weapons used in the nation's wars, historic medals, pottery and many other items are preserved. The historical department conducts tours of teachers with pupils through the building, in specific courses illustrated by museum specimens in pioneer and American Indian themes, in compliance with law requiring the teaching of Iowa history. It also lends to Iowa schools collections of mounted specimens of common birds and smaller mammals of Iowa when applied for, and transportation provided without cost to the state. Special efforts are made to collect Iowa newspapers from the earliest dates to the present time. About two hundred and fifty weeklies and thirty dailies are currently received and the department endeavors to acquire all official Iowa newspapers. The public archives material is derived from the state departments, boards, bureaus, etc., and dates from 1838 down to a ten-year period prior to the date of removal. IOWA STATE LIBRARY (Office located in Historical building) The Governor, Secretary of State, Superintendent of Public Instruction and Judges of the Supreme Court comprise the Board of Trustees. The State Librarian is elected by the board of trustees for a term of six years. State Librarian, JOHNSON BRIGHAM, Des Moines. Term expires 1938. Assistant State Librarian, Helen M. Lee, Des Moines. Law Librarian, A. J. Small, Des Moines. Assistant Law Librarian, Bertha L. Hess, Des Moines. Medical Librarian, Dr. Jeannette Dean-Throckmorton, Des Moines. Economics and Sociology Librarian, Mary M. Rosemond, Des Moines. The Iowa state library's legal existence began in 1848. Fifty years later, in 1898, when the present librarian entered upon his duties, the library had grown from a few thousand volumes, chiefly documents, to

STATE EXECUTIVE DEPAETMENT 57,501. At the close of the biennial period, June 30, 1934, the total number of volumes of record in the four departments of the library was 234,518, an increase of 177,017 volumes in thirty-six years. The total number of additions to the several departments during the biennial period ending June 30, 1934, was 8,178. These additions were apportioned to the four departments as follows: To the general department 2,818 To the law and legislative department 1,955 To the medical department 2,288 To the economics and sociology department 1,117 These figures show the remarkable growth and present relative strength of the library. However, they do not show its growth and present strength as aa informative and educational institution. While the state library was originally little more than a place of storage for documents, it now, through its four departments, general, law, medical, economics and sociology, covers the whole state with its various activities.

LIBRARY COMMISSION (Office located in Historical building) Seven members, three ex officio and four appointed by the Governor for terms of four years each. State Librarian, ex officio, Chairman. AGNES SAMUELSON, Superintendent of Public Instruction, ex officio. EUGENE A. GILMORE, President of the State University, ex officio.

JOHNSON BRIGHAM,

Appointed by the Governor MRS. H. MRS. D. MRS. J. ARTHUR

H. TEDFORD, Mount Ayr, term expires June 30, 1937. S. HUMESTON, Albia, term expires June 30, 1939. C. PRYOR, Burlington, term expires June 30, 1940. E. THOMPSON, Sioux City, term expires June 30, 1938.

The secretary is elected annually by the commission. Secretary, Julia A. Robinson, Des Moines. Librarian, Traveling Library, Lelia S. Wilson, Des Moines. Reference Librarian, Helen H. Aten, Des Moines. The library commission cooperates with local communities in the establishment and development of public libraries and aids in the organization of libraries according to modern methods, gives assistance in book selection, advice to trustees, and instruction to librarians by personal visits and correspondence. The library commission also collects and publishes statistics of libraries in the state for guidance and information of trustees and others and furnishes blanks for keeping records and making reports to the commission, as required by law. The library commission also issues the Iowa Library Quarterly, devoted to library purposes and news of the state, and also publishes selected lists, leaflets, and aids of various kinds. The second activity of the commission is the traveling library from which books are loaned to schools, communities without public libraries, small libraries to supplement their own collections, clubs, other organizations, and individuals. Much reference help is given to study clubs in preparing their programs. Books for the blind, picture collections, and stereoscopic views are also loaned from the traveling library. In 1933, 113,176 books were loaned from the traveling library and in 1934, 122,505 were loaned. Most of these books are loaned for three months and the use of the traveling books is therefore much larger tha» the figures indicate.

IOWA OFFICIAL KEGLSTEK 1935-193IJ STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY—IOWA CITY OFFICERS

President, Treasurer,

MARVIN H. DEY. LEE NAGLE. BOARD OF CURATORS

Elected by the Society—Marvin H. Dey, Henry G. Walker, Charles M. Dutcher, W. O. Coast, W. L. Bywater, Thomas Farrell, R. H. Volland, and Merritt C. Spiedel, all of Iowa City. Appointed by the Governor—Mrs. Marie B. Voit, Guttenberg; E. P. Chase, Atlantic; W. W. Waymack, Des Moines; H. O. Bernbrock, Waterloo; T. Henry Foster, Ottumwa; Mrs. H. E. Narey, Spirit Lake; Mrs. Ralph Henderson, Sioux City; Granger Mitchell, Fort Dodge; and Mrs. H. C. Houghton, Jr., Red Oak. The terms of the above expire June 30, 1936. Superintendent and editor, Benj. F. Shambaugh, Iowa City. Organized in January, 1857, its purposes are to preserve the history of Iowa and further its dissemination among the people of the state. In fulfillment of these purposes a permanent program of activities has been gradually developed and put into execution. This includes (1) the discovery, collection, and preservation of materials of Iowa history; (2) researches in the field of Iowa history; (3) publication of the materials of Iowa history; (4) dissemination of the materials of Iowa history through public depositories and members. The library of the society now includes about 83,500 titles. There are more than a thousand active members and twenty-six auxiliary members. The official depositories within the state number one hundred and ninety. GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Geological Board ex offlcio: Clyde L. Herring, Governor; C. W. Storms, Auditor of State; Eugene A. Gilmore, President, State University of Iowa; Raymond M. Hughes, President, Iowa State College of Agriculture and Mr chanical Arts; and Robert E. Buchanan, President, Iowa Academy of Science. State Geologist and Director, ARTHUR C. TROWBRIDGE, Iowa City, appointed by the geological board to serve during the pleasure of the board. Assistant State Geologist, Allen C. Tester, Iowa City. It is the duty of the geological survey to furnish information to the public on such subjects as the mineral resources of Iowa, the geological formations present in the state and what uses may be made of them, the possibilities of investment in enterprises that involve geological materials, and any other questions that have to do with geology. In order to be able to give useful and intelligent answers to such questions as these, the Survey has made preliminary examinations of the coal beds of the state and of the strata associated with them. Additional and more detailed studies of the coal measures are now being made. Studies have been made of the rock resources of Iowa, the gypsum, the clays and shales and the sands and gravels, both of the bedrock and of the overlying loose materials. The possibilities of cement manufacture have been examined, also the deposit of iron ore at Waukon. The ground water resources of the state have been constantly studied since the organization of the survey over forty years ago. During the years 1934-1935 the survey had direct supervision of extensive field and laboratory investigations for the emergency relief administration and state planning board on underground water and subsurface geology of Iowa. The possibility of finding oil and gas in the Iowa strata has always been kept in mind, and close attention is given to all wells drilled as oil or gas prospects. The survey has always sounded a note of caution in pointing out the extreme hazard of investing funds in oil prospecting in the state. The survey has published, as the result of its geological work, 35 large volumes, most of which are called annual reports. In addition, seven bulletins havo been issued on the botany and biology of the state.

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STATE PRINTING BOARD (Office located on second floor of capitol building) Ex officio Members. MRS. ALEX MILLER, Secretary of State, Chairman. C. W. STORMS, Auditor of State. EDWARD L. O'CONNOR, Attorney General.

Appointive 'Members, terms of two years. W. J. CASEY, Knoxville, term expires June 30, 1937. LEO J. CARLE, Mason City, term expires June 30, 1936. Superintendent 1

CHARLES D. O'DONNELL, Des Moines, Superintendent.

Norman Hill, Des Moines, Assistant Superintendent. Tom J. White, Jefferson, Assistant Superintendent. The state printing board has charge of all matters pertaining to state printing, including printing for institutions and officials outside of Des Moines. Contracts for all work and material are let on competitive bids. The laws of the State are very explicit in directing the manner of advertising for and securing bids on all items of printing and there can be no deviation from the strict and impartial adherence to this law. The superintendent of printing is appointed by the board. He is ex officio secretary of the board and its executive officer. The law directs that the manuscript of every report or document, book, booklet, bulletin or anything to be printed shall be transmitted to the superintendent of printing as soon as it is ready for printing, and he shall edit, revise, condense and arrange the same for printing. He has the custody of and attends to the distribution and sale of codes, session laws, supreme court reports and public documents; supervises the compilation and publication of the session laws, the legislative bill index, and the official register. Also the journals of the house and senate .•ire indexed under his supervision. BOARD OF NURSE EXAMINERS AND DIVISION OF NURSING EDUCATION (Office located in room 8 of capitol building) Appointed by the Governor. Terms of five years. MRS. LUTIE B. LARSEN, R.N., Chairman, Waterloo; term expires 1937. MRS. MATTIE LYNES, R.N., Waverly; term expires 1936. Miss VERA SAGE, R.N., Burlington; term expires 1938. SR. M. PETRONILLA, R.N., Mason City; term expires 1939. Miss MYRTLE MCAHREN, R.N., Cedar Rapids; term expires 1940. Executive Secretary, Board of Nurse Examiners nnd Acting Directory Nursing Education, Maude E. Sutton, R.N., Des Moines. The board of nurse examiners was made a department separate from the department of health by S. F. 50, passed by the forty-sixth general assembly and became effective upon publication. The board of nurse examiners not only gives the state board examinations required of every graduate nurse before she is entitled to practice her profession, but also formulates the curriculum and standards for accredited schools of nursing. Through the activities of the educational director, all accredited schools of nursing are supervised. The board, through its executive secretary, keeps all records pertaining to the licensing of nurses in the state; receives all applications for licensure; collects all fees and issues all licenses.

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IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER 1935-1936 BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR COURT SHORTHAND REPORTERS (Office location: Call clerk of Supreme Court) Terms three years, all ending July 1, 1940.

JOHN C. DEMAR, Chairman, Des Moines.

R. C. TURNER, Secretary, Sioux City. (Vacancy) Authorized by the thirty-eighth general assembly. The examiners are appointed by the chief justice of the supreme court to conduct examinations of those seeking to become certified shorthand reporters. Under the law two of the examiners must be official shorthand reporters and one a practicing attorney of the state.

PHARMACY EXAMINERS (Office located on second floor of capitol building) Appointed by the Governor. Term three years. GEO. W. GILLMAN, Fort Dodge, Chairman; term expires July GEORGE JUDISCH, Ames; term expires July 1, 1937. DUANE H. REDFIELD, Shenandoah; term expires July 1, 1938.

1, 1936.

Secretary-treasurer, "Walter F . Meads, Clarinda. The advisory board of the Iowa pharmacy association annually recommends to the governor a list of six persons for appointment, who have the qualifications prescribed for examiners of the profession, and the governor in making the appointment to the board may select one of the persons so named. I t is the duty of the board to enforce the laws governing the sale and distribution of drugs, medicines, and poisons in the state, as well as hold examinations for the licensing of pharmacists. The examination fee is $10.00. A record is kept of all pharmacists licensed and a fee of $2.00 is required each year for the renewal of certificates. Itinerant vendors of medicines are licensed by the department and the license fee is $50.00 per year.

IOWA ACADEMY OF SCIENCE Officers for 1935-86 President, R. E. BUCHANAN, Ames. Vice President, L. P. SHERMAN, Grinnell. Secretary-Treasurer, JOSEPH C. GILMAN, Ames. Editor, FLORENCE W. NICHOLS, Ames. Representative to American Association for the Advancement of Science, Joseph C. Gilman, Ames. " T h e object of the academy shall be the encouragement of scientific work in the state of Iowa.'' Membership is open to all persons interested in scientific subjects. Members of the academy are divided into three groups: (1) fellows, who are actively engaged in scientific work; (2) associates, who are interested in the progress of science, but not direct contributors to original research, and (3) honorary fellows, elected by vote from outstanding investigators in science. Papers of general interest in addition to those that are technically scientific are presented at each annual meetimg. Meetings are held each spring, time and place fixed by the executive committee. By authority of law the academy publishes each year at state expense a volume containing the papers which have been presented at that time.

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STATE BOAED OF ENGINEER EXAMINERS (Office located in the office of secretary of the executive council) Term four years. Appointed by the Governor. J. S. DODDS, Chairman, Ames; term expires July 1, 1939. CLARE H. CURRIE, Webster City; term expires July 1, 1939. GEORGE J. KELLER, Iowa City; term expires July 1, 1937. L. M. MARTIN, Council Bluffs, term expires July 1, 1939. W. P. NEMMERS, Des Moines; term expires July 1, 1937. Ex officio secretary, Ross Ewing, Des Moines. BOARD OF EXAMINERS FOR MINE INSPECTORS, MINE FOREMEN AND HOISTING ENGINEERS (Office located in office of state mine inspectors in capitol building) Appointed by the Executive Council for a term of two years. Terms expire June 30, 1936. JACOB RITTER, President, Centerville. C. E. HARVEY, Secretary, Des Moines. FRED NORWOOD, Des Moines. WILLIAM ANDERSON, Albia. JAMES MITCHELL, SR., Knoxville.

The state board of mine examiners was created by the twenty-second general assembly, and is composed of live members; two coal operators, two miners, and one engineer. Their duties are to examine and issue certificates to those qualified to act as state mine inspectors, hoisting engineers and mine foremen. An examination for state mine inspectors is held the first Monday in March in even-numbered years in the office of the state mine inspectors in the state house. Examinations for hoisting engineers and mine foremen are held every two months at the state mine inspector's office. A fee of two dollars for regis tration, and an additional fee of two dollars is required of those taking and passing the examination for mine foremen and hoisting engineers. The law requires that each certificate issued by the board shall be recorded in the office of the examining board, and shall show the name, age, residence and years of experience of the person to whom it was issued. STATE MINE INSPECTORS (Office located on basement floor of capitol building) Appointed by the Governor. Terms four years, expiring June 30, IVsu. Inspector, first district, E. A. FARNSWORTH, Oskaloosa.Inspector, second district, RHYS T. RHYS, Ottumwa. Inspector, third district, J. E. JEFFREYS, I?es Moines. Secretary, Phil R. Clarkson, Des^HuijieK*1 The office of state mine inspector was created by the eighteenth general assembly in the year 1880. At that time there was only one inspector, but now it takes the entire time of three inspectors to inspect the mines in the state to see that they are worked in conformity with the mining laws, and everything that would tend to guard against accidents to men employed in the mines. A secretary, elected by the inspectors, has charge of the correspondence and books in the office maintained in the state house, and also a record of every inspection, accident reports, etc. A monthly report of the general conditions of all mines is made to the mine inspectors. A general report of the conditions of the mines of the state, tonnage, accidents, number of employees, number of days worked, and other information relative to the coal industry is published every two years. This is the state mine inspector's report to the governor. Maps of the mines of the state are on file in the office of the mine inspectors and are open for public inspection.

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IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER 1935-1936 STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY Appointed by the Governor. Term three years.

M. E. BROOKS, Dubuque; term expires June 30, 1937. L. H. KEIGHTLEY, Sioux City; term expires June 30, 1938. LESTER F. REAM, Des Moines; term expires June 30, 1936. Under the provisions of the law, the board meets at least four times during each year, at least two of such meetings shall be held in the state house. The examination fee for those taking an examination to qualify as certified public accountants is $25.00. Persons granted a certificate to practice must furnish bond to the auditor of state in the sum of $5,000.00.

COMMISSION ON UNIFORM STATE LAWS Appointed by the Governor. Terms four years, all ending July 1, 1937. J. C. PRYOR, Burlington. EUGENE GILMORE, Iowa City. JESSE E. MARSHALL, Sioux City.

Authorized under chapter 5, code 1931. The law makes it the duty of each of said commissioners to attend the meeting of the national conference of commissioners on uniform state laws, or to arrange for the attendance of at least one of their number at such national conference; to promote uniformity in state laws upon all subjects where uniformity may be deemed desirable and practicable. COMMISSION FOR THE BLIND (Office located in building at Twelfth street and Court avenue) Two members appointed by the Governor for terms of two years and the third to be the superintendent of the school for the blind. F. E. PALMER, Vinton, ex officio. MRS. GEORGE KRAETSCH, Des Moines; term expires June 30, 1937. C. E. LAUSTRUP, Council Bluffs; term expires June 30, 1936. Executive secretary, Ethel T. Holmes, Des Moines. The Iowa Commission for the Blind was created in 1926 for the purpose of helping the adult blind, educationally and industrially, in their own homes. No material aid is permitted. Under the provisions of the law, a register of the blind is maintained; assistance given in manufacturing and marketing their products; conditions ameliorated in various ways; program for the conservation of vision and prevention of blindness carried on; vocational training provided; and begging discouraged in cooperation with other agencies. Home teaching is carried on and workshops may be provided if deemed advisable.

BOARD OF ARCHITECTURAL EXAMINERS Appointed by the Governor. Terms three years. J. CHRIS JENSEN, Council Bluffs; term expires July 1, 1937. GEO. A. KRAETSCH, Des Moines; term expires July 1, 1937. CHARLES ALTFILLISCH, Decorah; term expires July 1, 1937. ARTHUR EBELING, Davenport; term expires July 1, 1938. WILLIAM L. PERKINS, Chariton; term expires July 1, 1938. The forty-second general assembly passed a law forming a board of architectural examiners and specifying that all persons who wish to practice archi

STATF "TCXECUTIVK DEPARTMENT tecture in Iowa under the title " architect" must secure from the board a certificate. Authority to revoke certificates is granted the board in case those holding same do not meet the requirements of the law. The board holds three regular meetings each year in May, July and October and special meetings on call. Examinations are held in Des Moines.

STATE JUDICIAL DEPARTMENT

CLERK OP THE SUPREME COURT (Office located on the main floor of capitol building) Term of incumbent ends January 1, 1939. BURGESS

W.

GARRETT,

of Leon.

Richard C. Reichman, Deputy, Des Moines. The office of the clerk of the supreme court is a part of the judicial branch of the state government. The law provides that the clerk of the supreme court shall have an office at the seat of government, that he shall file all printed matter and papers of all kinds appertaining to pending matters and cases, issue writs, orders and executions to carry out orders of the court. The clerk shall announce by mail to one attorney on each side any ruling made or decision rendered, as soon as filed, and permit no original opinion filed to be removed by anyone exeept the reporter of the supreme court. The clerk of the supreme court is required to be present in the court room when the court sits for the hearing and submission of cases, and keep a record of the cases submitted in the order of their submission. When a case is called for submission the clerk distributes to the respective members of the court a set of the pleadings in such case. The clerk receives and files all applications for admission to the bar except those applying to be admitted on motion, prepares the lists of applicants for the bar examinations for the use of the board of law examiners, issues certificates to all successful applicants and keeps a record of the same. Collects and accounts for all fees incident to admissions to the bar. Each applicant pays to the clerk an examination fee of $5.00. Attorneys from other states admitted on motion pay the clerk a fee of $10.00. Out of the fees so collected the clerk pays the board of law examiners their per diem on certificate of the attorney general

REPORTER OF THE SUPREME COURT AND EDITOR OF THE CODE (Office located on second floor of capitol building) Term four years. Appointed by the supreme court. ULYSSES

G.

WHITNEY,

Sioux City; term expires January 1, 1939.

Nancy M. Conlee, Keokuk, Deputy. It is the duty of the reporter of the supreme court and code editor to cause to be printed the official volumes of the opinions of the supreme court, with proper syllabi for each opinion; also to edit and compile the code and cause the same to be published immediately following each even-numbered session of the general assembly; also to prepare and cause to be published, biennially, annotations to the code; also to submit to each general assembly bills for the codification, amendment, and revision of such portions of the law as may be conflicting, redundant, or ambiguous.

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Ohief Justice (last half year 1935) : JOHN W. KINTZINGER, of Dubuque, Dubuque county—Dem

Term Expires December 31, 1938

Associate Justices: E. G. ALBERT, of Jefferson, Greene county—Rep RICHARD F. MITCHELL, Fort Dodge, Webster county—Dem LEON W. POWERS, Denison, Crawford county—Dem JOHN W. ANDERSON, of Sioux City, Woodbury county—Dem MAURICE F. DONEOAN, of Davenport, Scott county—Dem W. H. HAMILTON, Sigourney, Keokuk county—Dem JAMES M. PARSONS, Des Moines, Polk county—Dem PAUL W. RICHARDS, Red Oak, Montgomery county—Dem

December 31, 1936 December 31, 1936, December 31, 1936 December 31, 1938 December 31, 1938 December 31, 1940 December 31, 1940 December 31, 1940

Clerk of the Supreme Court: BURGESS W. GARRETT, of Leon, Decatur county

January, 1939

Deputy Clerk of Supreme Court: R. C. REICHMAN, Des Moines, Polk county. Reporter of Supreme Court: U. G. WHITNEY, of Sioux City, Woodbury county

January, 1939

Deputy Reporter of Supreme Court: NANCY M. CONLEE, Keokuk, Lee county.

Bailiff of Supreme Court: JOHN GORDINIER, of Des Moines, Polk county. ORGANIZATION

The supreme court consists of nine judges, elected by the people, five of whom constitute a quorum for the transaction of business, but one alone may adjourn from day to day, or to a particular day, or until the next term. Through a provision passed by the forty-fourth general assembly, the senior in time of service is chief justice for six months instead of a year as formerly and so on in rotation until all judges shall have been chief justice. JURISDICTION

The supreme court has appellate jurisdiction over all judgments and decisions of all courts of record, except as otherwise provided by law. APPEALS FROM ORDERS.—An appeal may also be taken to the supreme court from: 1. An order made affecting a substantial right in an action, when such order, in effect, determines the action and prevents a judgment from which an appeal might be taken. 2. A final order made in special actions affecting a substantial right therein, or made on a summary application in an action after judgment. 3. An order which grants or refuses, continues or modifies, a provisional remedy; grants or refuses, dissolves or refuses to dissolve, an injunction or attachment, grants or refuses a new trial; sustains or overrules a demurrer in a law action; or sustains or overrules a motion to dismiss in an equitable action. 4. An intermediate order involving the merits or materially affecting the final decision. 5. An order or judgment on habeas corpus. If any of the above orders or judgments are made or rendered by a judge, the same are reviewable, the same as if made by a court. The supreme court has power to issue all writs and processes necessary to secure justice to parties, and to enforce its appellate jurisdiction, and it may exercise supervisory control over all inferior judicial tribunals. It may enforce its mandates upon inferior courts and officers by fine and imprisonment, which imprisonment may continue until mandates are obeyed.

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THE DISTRICT COURT OP IOWA There are at the present time seventy judges of the district court of the state of Iowa. The state is divided into twenty-one judicial districts and each district is entitled to from one to six judges, the number being fixed by statute. The judges are elected for terms of four years. Each judge appoints a shorthand reporter. The district court shall have general and exclusive jurisdiction of all actions, proceedings and remedies, both civil and criminal, except in cases where exclusive or concurrent jurisdiction is or may hereafter be conferred upon some other court or tribunal by the constitution and laws of the state, and shall have and exercise all the powers usually possessed and exercised by courts of record. It shall also possess and exercise jurisdiction in all appeals and writs of error taken in civil and criminal actions and special proceedings authorized to be taken from all inferior courts, tribunals, boards or officers, under any provisions of the laws of this state, and shall have a general supervision thereof, in all matters, to prevent and correct abuses, where no other remedy is provided. The district court of each county shall have original and exclusive jurisdiction to probate the wills of, and to grant administration upon the estates of, all persons who at the time of their death were residents of the county, and non-residents of the state who die leaving property within the county subject to administration, or whose property is afterwards brought into the county. To appoint guardians of the persons and property of all persons resident in the county subject to guardianship. To appoint guardians of the property of all such persons non-residents of the state who have property within the county subject to guardianship or whose property is afterwards brought into the county. It shall have jurisdiction in all matters in relation to the appointment of executors and trustees, and the management and disposition of the property of and settlement of such estates; provided, that where jurisdiction has heretofore been acquired, the same shall be retained until such estate is closed. The district court shall succeed to and exercise full authority and jurisdiction over the records of the circuit court, and may enforce all judgments, decrees and orders thereof in the same manner and to the same extent as it may exercise like jurisdiction and authority over its own records, and for the purpose of the issuance of process, and of any and all other acts necessary to the due and efficient enforcement of the orders, judgments and decrees of the circuit court, the records thereof shall be deemed records of the district court. Transcripts and process from the judgments, decrees and records of the circuit court shall be issued by the clerk of the district court and under the seal of his office. JUDGES AND REPORTERS OF THE DISTRICT COURTS FIRST DISTRICT

Lee County Judge 8 John E. Craig, Eeokuk

Reporters Kenneth A. Brown, Keokuk

John M. Rankin, Keokuk

Glen V. Weldon, Keokuk SECOND DISTRICT

Appanooae, Davis, Jefferson, Lucas, Monroe, Van Buren and Wapello Counties George W. Dashiell, Albia R. W. Smith, Centerville Elmer K. Daugherty, Ottumwa C. F. Wennerstrum, Chan ton

Edmond B. Morris, Jr., Albia F. 0. Cameron, Albia Arthur T. Dorothy, Keosauqua Arthur M. Bartlett, Ottumwa THIRD DISTRICT

Adams, Clarke, Decatur, Ringgold, Taylor, Union and Wayne Counties

Judges Homer A. Fuller, Mt. Ayr Geo. A. Johnston, Creston H. H. Carter, Corydon

Reporters W. V. Kittleman, Creston T. M. Thompson, Creston David J. Hess, Corydon

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Woodbury and Monona Counties Judges AJilrs \V. Newby, Onawa A. O. Wakefield, Sioux City Robert H. Munger, Sioux City r. H. Rice, Sioux City

Reporters Earle W. West, Sioux City R. C. Turner, Sioux City Jarvis Campbell, Sioux City W. Scott Reiniger, Sioux City TIFTH DISTRICT

Adair, Dallas, Gutlirie, Madison, Marion and Warren Counties Norman R. Hays, Knoxville W. S. Cooper, Winterset E. W. Dingwell, Adel

W. C. South wick, Guthrie Center H. K. Ashton, Guthrie Center J. Clair Hendrickson, Indianola SIXTH DISTRICT

Washington, Keokuk, PoweBhiek, Mahaska and Jasper Counties D. W. Hamilton, Grinnell J. G. Patterson, Oskaloosa Frank Bechly. Montezuma

Miss Helen Hamilton, Washington Nell D. Needham, Grinnell Joe 0. Linabury, OskalooBa SEVENTH DISTRICT

Clinton, Jackson, Muscatine and Scott Counties Frank D. Kelsey, Maquoketa H. H. Whitaker, Maquoketa John E. Purcell, Clinton A. E. Brandenberg, Clinton D. V. Jackson, Muscatine Miss Jessie Easson, Muscatine Wm. W. Scott, Davenport Howard S. Boudinot, Davenport Wm. R. Maines, Davenport S. Scott Stackhouse, Davenport EIGHTH DISTRICT

Iowa and Johnson Counties Harold D. Evans, Iowa City Jas. P. Gaffney, Williamsburg

Miss Addie M. Shaff, Iowa City Paul Klein, Marengo NINTH DISTRICT

Polk County Jos. E. Meyer, Des Moines O. S. Franklin, Des Moines Frank S. Shankland, Des Moines Loy Ladd, Des Moines John J. Halloran, Des Moines Russell Jordan, Des Moines

Fred H. Potter, Des Moines Harry E. Beach, Des Moines S. S. Wright, Des Moines Vernon L. Grant, Des Moines Frank C. Walrath, Des Moines Gordon L. Elliott, Des Moines TENTH DISTRICT

Black Hawk, Buchanan, Delaware and Grundy Counties Ralph W. Hasner, Independence Geo. W. Wood, Waterloo A. B. Lovejoy, Waterloo

Fern V. Miller, Independence Winnie M. Stevens, Waterloo Henry W. Brandt, Waterloo ELEVENTH DISTRICT

Boone, Franklin, Hamilton, Hardin, Story, Webster and Wright Counties T. G. Garfield, Ames H. E. Fry, Boone O. J. Henderson, Webster City Sh or wood A. Clock, Hampton

W. A. Walker, Nevada C. R. Gemberling, Bone Miss Eleanor Jones, Webster City E. P. Tinkham, Ft. Dodge

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Judges and Reporters of District Courts (Continued) TWELFTH DISTRICT

Bremer, Butler, Floyd, Cerro Gordo, Hancock, Winnebago, Mitchell and Worth Counties T. A. Beardmore, Charles City Joseph J. Clark, Mason City M. F. Edwards, Parkersburg M. H. Kepler, Northwood

Geo. A. Blake, Charles City Lloyd B. Tait, Mason City Walter D. Linnell, Charles City R. E. Holder, Waterloo THIRTEENTH DISTRICT

Allamakee, Chickasaw, Clayton, Fayette, Howard and Winneshiek Counties T. H. Goheen, Calmar H. E. Taylor, Waukon W. L. Eichendorf, McGregor

Carl B. Ash by, Oelwein E. F. Daugherty, Waukon Searl Hoseley, McGregor. FOURTEENTH DISTRICT

Buena Vista, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Humboldt, Kossuth, Palo Alto and Pocahontas Counties James DeLand, Storm Lake F. C. Davidson, Emmetsburg Geo. A. Heald, Spencer

H. J. Kittleman, Storm Lake R. K. Davidson, Emmetsburg Matthew C. Grier, Emmetsburg FIFTEENTH DISTRICT

Audubon, Cass, Fremont, Harrison, Mills, Montgomery, Page, Pottawattamie and Shelby Counties John P. Tinley, Council Bluffs H. J. Mantz, Audubon Earl Peters, Clarinda G. W. Brown, Shenandoah Ernest M. Miller. Harlan

H. 0 . Ferguson, Council Bluffs Charles R. Linn, Atlantic B. 0 . Bruington, Council Bluffs Liston L. Hall, Council Bluffs Ira Arch. Council Bluffs SIXTEENTH DISTRICT

Calhoun, Carroll, Crawford, Greene, Ida and Sac Counties M. E. Hutchinson, Lake City R. L. McCord, Sac City P. J. Klinker, Denison

G. W. Stump, Denison Carl V. Riley, Carroll Miss Pearl Morden, Jefferson SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT

Marshall, Tama and Benton Counties B. 0. Tankersley, Marshall town Carl B. Stiger, Toledo

Warren E. Beach, Marshalltown R. J. Brown, Vinton EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT

Cedar, Jones and Linn Counties F. 0. Ellison, Anamosa John T. Moffit, Tipton H. C. Ring, Cedar Rapids A. B. Clark, Cedar Rapids

Mrs. Florence Gouldin, Cedar Rapids Miss Alice M. Hall, Tipton Arthur A. Bye, Cedar Rapids John Ream, Cedar Rapids NINETEENTH DISTRICT

Dubuque County D. E. Maguire, Dubuque P. J. Nelson, Dubuque

Frank Hardie, Dubuque J. Warren Kintzinger, Dubuque

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IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936 Judges and Reporters of District Courts (Continued) TWENTIETH DISTRICT

Des Moines, Henry and Louisa Counties Judges James D. Smyth, Burlington Oscar Hale, Wapello

Reporters Nancy L. Edwards, Burlington J. M. McLaughlin, Burlington TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT

Lyon, Sioux, O'Brien, Plymouth, Cherokee and Osceola Counties Wallace C. Garberson, Sibley R. G. Rodman, Cherokee Otho S. Thomas, Rock Rapids

George K. Beck, Sibley S. E. Bigelow, Sheldon Paul Skarstad, Rock Rapids MUNICIPAL COURTS

Any city, whether organized under a special charter, commission form of government or the general law for the incorporation of cities or towns, now or hereafter having B population of five thousand or more, as shown by the last preceding state or United States census, may establish a municipal court. All civil townships in which said city or any part thereof is located shall constitute the municipal court district and its jurisdiction is coextensive with the territorial limits of the county in which the court is located. The salary of municipal court judges is $3,000 in cities with population less than 30,000, $3,400 with population between 30,000 and less than 75,000, $3,600 with population 75,000 or over. Compensation of court reporter is fixed by the judge at not to exceed $8.00 per day. Salary of clerk is $1,800, $2,200 and $2,600 according to population of the city as above indicated. JURISDICTION.—Municipal courts are courts of record and have concurrent jurisdiction with the district court in all civil matters, where the amount in controversy does not exceed one thousand dollars, except in probate matters, actions for divorce, alimony, separate maintenance, those directly affecting the title to real state, and juvenile proceedings unless otherwise authorized. In all criminal matters the court shall exercise the jurisdiction conferred on district courts for the trial of misdemeanors, justice of the peace courts, mayor's courts, and police courts, except that the mayor's court of any incorporated city or town within such municipal court district other than the city in which said court is established shall have exclusive jurisdiction of prosecutions for violations of city ordinances. In all matters of which the municipal court has jurisdiction, it has the same powers in reference to injunctions, writs, orders and other proceedings in and out of court as are possessed by the district court and the judges thereof. Judges, Clerks and Reporters

Judges Ames—John Y. Luke Clinton—W. A. McCullough Council Bluffs—John L. Blanchard Council Bluffs—Daniel H. Sheehan Des Moines—J. E. Mershon Des Moines—R. L. Powers Des Moines—D. G. Allen Des Moines—Charles S. Cooter Marshalltown—L. R. Sheets. • Sioux City—Berry J. Sisk Sioux City—Bernard A. Brown Sioux City—H. R. Kenaston Waterloo—Geo. J. Sager Waterloo—Ben G. Howrey

of Municipal Co-urts

Clerks L. E. Thomas A. J. Meyer H. Y. Battey

Reporters Irene Sogard

Walter R. Priebe

E. F. Katz V. H. Pearson

Etta Northup Harry E. Harbeck Ernest W. Koepke

Minnie E. Grimm F. H. Kemis Louisa Holly Irene Ailes

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SUPERIOR COURT The statutes provide that any city containing four thousand inhabitants, may establish a superior court. There are at present five such courts, located as follows: Cedar Rapids, Grinnell, Iowa Falls, Keokuk and Oelwein. The judges are elected for terms of four years and receive an annual salary, which is paid quarterly, the first two quarters being paid from the city treasury and the last two quarters from the county treasury of the county in which court is located. Salary of judge, $2,000 per annum in cities up to 25,000 population; $3,000 in cities of 25,000 up to 40,000, and $3,750 in cities of 40,000 or more. The judges appoint a shorthand reporter, whose compensation is fixed by order of the court not exceeding $8.00 per day for the time actually employed. The following is a copy of sections 10704 and 10705 of the code, governing the jurisdiction of the superior court: Said court shall have jurisdiction concurrent with the district court in all civil matters except in probate matters and actions for divorce, alimony, and separate maintenance. It shall have exclusive original jurisdiction to try and determine all actions, civil and criminal, for the violation of city ordinances and all jurisdiction conferred on police courts as now or as may hereafter be provided by law and concurrent jurisdiction with justices of the peace. Judges, Clerks and Reporters Judges Cedar Rapids—Thos. B. Powell Grinnell—T. J. Noll Keokuk—W. L. McNamara Oelwein—Jay Cook

of Superior

Clerks L. J. Storey

C. D. Shippy

Courts Reporters Edna H. Bailey Helen Ent Kenneth A. Brown Florence Lawther

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CLYDE L. HERRING, Des Moines,—Governor, WAB born on a farm near Jackson, Michigan, May 3, 1879, and was educated in the public schools. Married Emma Pearl Spinney of Mobile, Alabama, September 7, 1901. They have three sons. Was rancher in Colorado. In 1908 moved to farm near Massena, Iowa, and in 1910 became automobile dealer in Atlantic. In 1912 moved to Des Moines, still continuing automobile business. He was the democratic candidate for governor in 1920, and for United States senator in 1922. Democratic national committeeman for Iowa from 1924 to 1928. Spanish war veteran. Elected governor of Iowa, November, 1932; re-elected, November, 1934. A democrat. NELSON G. KRASCHEL, Harlan.—Lieutenant Governor, was born on a farm near Macon, Illinois, October 27, 1889. His entire boyhood life was spent on that farm, which was known for miles around for its pure bred live stock. In 1910, at the age of 21, he moved to Harlan, Iowa, where he engaged in the profession of live stock auctioneering. He was married April 2, 1913, to Agnes Johnson of Harlan, Iowa, and has three sons, Frederick 20, Dick 15, and James 11. Some of the most notable live stock auctions ever held in the United States and Canada have been under his management and direction. He has conducted sales in twenty-six states of the Union and two provinces of Canada, selling more than fifty million dollars worth of agricultural property. Several animals have passed under his hammer at more than ten thousand dollars each. Throughout his life, he has been an ardent admirer of good live stock, and on his farms has bred some of the best cattle produced in the State. In 1922, he was a candidate for state senator from the Cass-Shelby district, and in that campaign he spent much time in the support of Clyde L. Herring in his campaign for United States senator against Smith W. Brookhart. He was a candidate for the nomination for United States senator on the democratic ticket in 1932, being defeated in the primary by Louis Murphy for the nomination. He was nominated for the office of lieutenant governor at the democratic state convention July 22, 1932, to fill a vacancy and was elected at the general election in November; re-elected, November, 1934. A democrat. MRS. ALEX MILLER (Ola Babcock), Washington.—Secretary of State, was born in Washington county, Iowa; daughter of Nathan L. and Ophelia Smith Babcock, the former a native New Yorker, the latter born in Illinois; wife of Alex Miller, editor of Washington Democrat, newspaper correspondent, lecturer, and democratic candidate for governor of Iowa in 1926; mother of three children; the son, Joseph, died in infancy; Ophelia (Mrs. George Gallup), lives in New Rochelle, New York; Barbara (Mrs. Edward Benson), in New York City. She was educated in public schools, Washington Academy, and Iowa Wesleyan College; taught in public schools before marriage; active in civic and club work, and the suffrage movement. Was Iowa president, and national president, of the P. E. O. Sisterhood; member of the Methodist church, Daughters of the American Revolution, Daughters of Union Veterans, Business and Professional Women's Club. Elected secretary of state in 1932; re-elected in 1934. A democrat. CHARLES W. STORMS, Fort Madison.—Auditor of State, was born in Fort Madison, Lee county, Iowa, October 12, 1870. Educated in the public schools and business college. Married and has five children. Business man an,d lumber broker. Served twelve years as member of the Fort Madison city council; two terms as county chairman and twelve years on the democratic state committee. Was a member of the war board during the World war in charge of distribution of fuel. Elected auditor of state in 1932; re-elected in 1934. A democrat. LEO J. WEGMAN, Carroll.—Treasurer of State, was born at Maries, Missouri, May 17, 1875, and educated in the rural schools with collegiate course at Columbus, Ohio. Entered railway service at an early age, holding various posts as telegraph operator or station agent with the C, M. & St. P. railway, Iowa Central and C, R. I. & P. railway. Entered banking business, first in a bank at Madill and also at Tishomingo, Indian Territory. Then moved to Iowa and for some five years was cashier of the Peoples Savings Bank at St. Benedict, Kossuth county, then spent three years in Omaha, returning to Halbur, Iowa, after purchasing the Farmers Savings Bank at that place. Located in

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Carroll in 1914, residing there until elected Treasurer of State, November, 1932. Democratic chairman of Carroll county for fourteen years. Married to Ida Heinen of Loose Creek, Missouri, in 1902 and they liave four children: Clarence, Irma, Edwin and Leonard. Re-elected in 1934. A democrat. RAY MURRAY, Buffalo Center.—Secretary of Agriculture, was born on a farm in Iroquois county, near Cissna Park, Illinois, on April 27, 1892. He moved with his parents to a farm near Buffalo Center, Winnebago county, Iowa, in 1895, and was educated in the local schools, graduating from Buffalo Center high school in 1909. Married January 9th, 1918, to Miss Viola Wise. Entered U. S. army as a private in battery "F", 337th field artillery. Served with A. E. F. in 1918 and 1919. Organized the legion post in his home town and has served as post, county, district and state vice-commander of that organization. Member of the State Historical Society. Father of two children, Jack and Marjorie. A Methodist. Elected secretary of agriculture, November, 1932; re-elected in 1934. A democrat. EDWARD L. O'CONNOR, Iowa City.—Attorney General, was born in Johnson county, Iowa, Feb. 1, 1891; educated in a country school, Lone Tree high school, and State, University of Iowa* receiving the following degrees: B.A., LL.B., J.D. Admitted to practice of law in 1920; practicing attorney in Iowa City from 1920 to 1933; county attorney of Johnson county 1923-1927; president of Johnson county bar association 1932; served in the national army during World war from May 14, 1917, to Feb. 9, 1919, as first lieutenant in field artillery; married Nov. 7, 1917, to Miss Florence Freeman of Iowa City; has four children, Edward, Jr., Martin, Katherine, and Marian. Elected attorney general in 1932; re-elected in 1934. A democrat. AGNES SAMUELSON, Shenandoah.—Superintendent of Public Instruction, was born in Page county. Iowa. Graduate Shenandoah high school, Western Normal College, and State University of Iowa. Phi Beta Kappa. Experience as rural teacher, high school principal, town superintendent, county superintendent, and member of faculty of Iowa State Teachers College. Professional membership in National Council of Education, National Council of Women in Administration, National Council of State Superintendents and Commissioners of Education, and National Society for the Study of Education. In 1935, elected president of the National Educational Association. A republican. ELMA G. ALBERT, Jefferson.—Judge of the Supreme Court, was born June 5, 1866, near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania; came to Iowa in 1870. Graduated from the law department of Drake University in June, 1891, and entered upon the practice of law. County attorney of Greene county, Iowa, for six years commencing January 1, 1900. District judge of the 16th judicial district from January 1, 1915, until elected to supreme bench in November, 1924. Re-elected in 1930. A republican. RICHARD F. MITCHELL, Fort Dodge.—Judge of the Supreme Court, was born at Fort Dodge, Webster county, Iowa, on October 11, 1889, the son of Peter M. and Sarah F. Mitchell. He attended the German Lutheran school at Fort Dodge, and then graduated from the Fort Dodge high school. He received a B.A. degree in 1912, and an LL.B. degree in 1913 from the State University of Iowa, and was admitted to practice law in the state of Iowa in 1913. Started practicing at Fort Dodge, Iowa, and for ten years practiced in the firm -of Kelleher & Mitchell. He was a candidate for congress from the tenth congressional district, and was defeated by congressman Dickinson, now senator Dickinson. In 1928, elected state chairman of the democratic state central committee, and in 1930 was elected democratic national committeeman for Iowa, and was re-elected in 1932. Was a delegate to the democratic national convention at Houston in 1928, and a delegate to the democratic national convention in Chicago in 1932. Was elected to the supreme court of Iowa in the general election of 1932. A democrat. LEON W. POWERS, Denison.—Judge of the Supreme Court, was born on a farm in Webster county, Iowa, June 12, 1888. He attended the State University of Iowa and was graduated in 1912 with the degree of A.B. Later he attended the law school of the University of Chicago and was graduated in 1914 with the degree of J.D. After spending about six months in a law office in Chicago, he returned to Iowa and began the practice of law with Judge J. P. Conner at Denison, Iowa, where he has lived continuously since that time. Served as a representative from Crawford county in the thirty-eighth and thirty-ninth general assemblies of Iowa. Served six months as an

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assistant attorney general in 1933, and thereafter as a special assistant attorney general in charge of cases involving license fees on motor vehicle fuel. He was married in 1916 to Blanid Marie Lally, and has four children, Mary Catherine, Genevieve, James and Walter. He was elected to fill a vacancy on the supreme court in November, 1934. A democrat. JOHN W. ANDERSON, Sioux City.—Judge of the Supreme Court, was born on a farm in Buchanan county, Iowa, July 21, 1871, of Scotch and English parentage. Attended public schools and the Upper Iowa University, and was admitted to the bar of Iowa, May 11, 1893. Has two children; Mrs. Marjora B. Schneider of Des Moines and Mrs. Elma I. Bails of Sioux City. Mr. Anderson practiced law in Woodbury and Monona -counties, Iowa, since his admission to the bar. He was elected and served as county attorney of Monona county 1908-1912. He was elected judge of the fourth judicial •district in 1914, re-elected without opposition in 1918, and resigned such office in 1920, and resumed the practice of law in Sioux City, and so continued until January 1, 1933. He is a past presiding officer of many fraternal organizations and has been active in the work of the various Masonic bodies and in the B. P. 0 . Elks. Elected justice of the supreme court in 1932. A democrat. MAURICE FRANCIS DONEGAN, Davenport.—Judge of the Supreme Court, was born on a farm near Welton, Clinton county, Iowa. He attended the local district school and Dewitt high school. He later attended Creighton College, Omaha, Nebraska, from which he received the degree of A.B., and also Georgetown University, Washington, D. C, from which he received the degree A.M. He began the study of law at Georgetown University and continued it at the State University of Iowa, where he received the degree LL.B., in 1901. He began the practice of law in Davenport, Iowa, the same year, and from 1903 to 1908 was associated with the firm of Sharon & Donegan. From 1908 to 1912 he was city attorney of Davenport, and from 1912 to 1921 he was judge of the district court, from which office he resigned and entered private practice. In 1932 he was elected justice of the supreme court of Iowa. A democrat. JOHN W. KINTZINGBR, Dubuque.—Judge of the Supreme Court, was born in the city and county of Dubuque, Iowa, August 12, 1870. Graduated from the public grade and high schools in the city of Dubuque. Attended the State University of Iowa and graduated from its law department in June, 1897, with the degree of LL.B., and immediately entered the practice of law in Dubuque. Was a member of the city council of Dubuque in 1900 and 1901 and was elected city attorney in 1904 and served several years. Was elected judge of the district court of the 19th judicial district, and served in that capacity for 12 years from 1911. Was a delegate to the national democratic convention at Baltimore in 1912. Was chairman of the legal advisory board of the war department for Dubuque county during the World war. Married in July, 1893, to Fannie E. Webb of Fayette county, Iowa, and has three children, Helen J., John W., Jr., and Robert H. Elected to the supreme court in November, 1932. A democrat. W. H. HAMILTON, Sigourney.—Judge of the Supreme Court, was born on a farm in Warren township, Keokuk county, Iowa, on May 1, 1877. He attended country school and graduated from the high school at Delta, Iowa; obtained his bachelor of laws degree from Drake University in 1900; practiced law in Sigourney until the fall of 1934. His family consists of his wife and three children. Mrs. Hamilton has for years been prominent in state and national D. A. R. circles and in the P. E. O. Sisterhood. His eldest son, Edgar C, is a practicing attorney in Sigourney. Jack is operating his father's farm near Delta, Iowa, and Martha is a student in Stephens College at Columbia, Missouri. He is a member of the Methodist church and I. O. O. F. lodge. Elected justice of the supreme court in Novmber, 1934. A democrat. JAMES M. PARSONS, Des Moines.—Judge of the Supreme Court, was born on a farm about four miles southwest of Anamosa, in Jones county, Iowa, October 16, 1858. His father died in 1864 and his mother in 1868. He attended various grade schools and finally entered Ames college in March, 1876. In September, 1877, he entered Cornell College, taking the engineering course. In 1879 he left school and entered the office of Sheean & McCan, where he read law, and was admitted to the bar in the then circuit court October 10, 1880. He commenced the practice of law in Rock Rapids, Iowa, April, 1881, where he remained until May 8, 1906, when he removed to Des Moines

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and remained in the practice there until January 1, 1935, having been elected to MB present position at the 1934 election. A democrat. PAUL. W. RICHARDS, Red Oak.—Judge of the Supreme Court, was born in Red Oak, Iowa, where he has since lived and practiced law since 1896. He served as city attorney of Red Oak, as county attorney of Montgomery county, and for eight years was referee in bankruptcy at Council Bluffs. His family consists of Mrs. Richards and two sons. His law practice in Red Oak was established by his father, C. E. Richards, in 1867. Elected justice of the supreme court in 1934. A democrat. M. P. CONWAY, Atlantic.—Railroad Commissioner, was born in Cass county, Iowa. Attended country school, city school and business college. Spent boyhood days on farm; one year railroading. Married an Atlantic girl in 1899. Moved to Anita and became a realtor. Has four children, three girls and a boy. Moved back to Atlantic in 1908 and has lived there since, being engaged in the real estate and insurance business except during the war, at which time he was chairman of the council of defense, assisted in liberty bond drives and all war activities in Cass county, and was in a group assigned to go across when armistice was signed. Member of the democratic state central committee for sixteen years. Never ran for elective office except that of railroad commissioner, and was elected November 8, 1932. Was elected chairman of the board of railroad commissioners on January 1, 1935. A democrat. HARRY B. DUNLAP, Ames.—Railroad Commissioner, was born in Victor, Iowa. He was reared in Perry, attending grade and high school, and C. C. C. C. business college, Des Moines. Was manager of the Des Moines Creamery Company from 1903-1915. In 1915 he moved to Marshalltown and became associated w.ith the Rude Auto Company, Ford dealer, operating several places. In 1918, he organized the Dunlap Motor Company, Ames, and continued as a retail and wholesale dealer until 1932. Married Ethel M. Bailey of Perry, Iowa, June 28, 1905, and they have four children, one daughter Marjorie, and three sons, Harry B., Jr., Zac, and Norman all attending Iowa State College. Elected railroad commissioner November 6, 1934. A democrat. GEORGE A. HUFFMAN, Des Moines.—Railroad Commissioner, was born at Madina, Ohio; resident of Iowa forty years; former newspaper publisher; former chairman democratic state central committee; delegate to democratic national convention in Baltimore, 1912; postmaster of Des Moines, Iowa, 1915 to 1924; has wife and two daughters, Bethel (deceased) and Miriam, a teacher in Roosevelt high school, Des Moines, Iowa; has two grandchildren, Barbara and Philip Nye. A Mason and Methodist. Elected railroad commissioner in 1934. A democrat.

UNITED STATES SENATOES AND EEPEESENTAT1VES L. J. DICKINSON, Algona.—United States Senator, was born in Lucas county, Iowa, October 29, 1873; descendant of Nathaniel Dickinson, of Hadley, who settled in Massachusetts in 1630; graduate Cornell College, Iowa, B.S., 1898, State University of Iowa, LL.B., 1899; admitted Iowa bar 1899; located in Algona, Iowa, 1899; married, August 21, 1901, to Miss Myrtle Call; two children, L. Call and Ruth A.; served as county attorney Kossuth county two terms; committeeman tenth Iowa district on republican state central committee 1914-1918; elected to the sixty-sixth, sixty-seventh, sixty-eighth, sixty-ninth, seventieth, and seventy-first congresses. Elected United States senator in 1930, term expiring March 4, 1937. Delegate-at-large to the republican national convention in 1932. A republican. Louis MURPHY, Dubuque.—United States Senator, was born in Dubuque, November 6, 1875, and since has been a continuous resident of that city; third of eight children of John S. (deceased) and Ann Murphy, the former a newspaper editor; educated in public grade and high schools; newspaper reporter and editor for 20 years; collector of internal revenue for Iowa, 8 years, 1913-1920; income tax counsellor 11 years; married in 1917 to Ellen Emma McGuire; five children—Charles, Mary, Elinor Ann, Imelda and Ellen; nominated in democratic primary on June 6, 1932, in a field of five, and elected to six-year term in the United States senate on November 8, 1932. A democrat.

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congressional district, was born December 16, 1878, on a farm near Noble, Washington county, Iowa, son of Benjamin and Lydia Sommer Eicher; graduated from the University of Chicago in June, 1904, receiving the degree of Ph.B.; admitted to the Iowa bar in 1906 and the Illinois bar in 1907; member of the Mennonite church of Noble, Iowa, and of Alpha Delta Phi college fraternity and Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity; married on August 19, 1908, to Hazel Mount; member of governor's commission to take Iowa soldiers' vote, 1918; member Washington county, Iowa state, and American Bar Associations; delegate to democratic national convention, 1932; elected to the seventy-third congress at the November, 1932, election and re-elected to seventy-fourth congress in 1934. A democrat. BBRNHABD M. JACOBSBN, Clinton.—Representative in Congress for the second congressional district, was born in Germany March 26, 1862, coming with his parents to Clinton, Iowa, when he was fourteen years of age. At the age of twenty-three he embarked in the mercantile business in which he was continuously engaged until 1926 when he closed this out and in 1927 organized the Clinton Thrift Company of which he is now the head. Served as postmaster of Clinton from 1914 to 1923. Married, May 28th, 1885, to Miss Lena Trager of Clinton, and has five children, William S., Alma, Alvina, Marvin J. and Bernice. He is a thirty-second degree Scottish Rite Mason, member of Odd Fellows, Elks, Eagles, the Turner Society, Rotary, Kiwanis and Wapsipinicon clubs. Member of Lutheran church. Elected to seventy-second congress November, 1930, the seventy-third congress November, 1932, and the seventy-fourth congress in November, 1934. A democrat. JOHN W. GWYNNE, Waterloo.—Representative in Congress for the third congressional district, was born in Iowa county, Iowa, October 20, 1889. Received B.A. degree in 1912 and the LL.B. degree in 1914 from the State University of Iowa. Was judge of the municipal court of the city of Waterloo for six years; county attorney of Black Hawk county for six years; served in World war with eighty-eighth division and is married and has two children. Elected to the seventy-fourth congress in November, 1934. A republican. FEED BIERMANN, Decorah.—Representative in Congress for the fourth congressional district, was born March 20, 1884, at Rochester, Minn.; graduated from the Decorah high school in 1901; attended the University of Minnesota for three years; graduated from Columbia University with a bachelor of arts degree in 1905; attended Valder's Business College in Decorah in 1906 and Harvard Law School 1907-8; editor and publisher of the Decorah Journal, 1908-1931; married Miss Adel Rygg, January 25, 1930. During the World war was a volunteer in the United States army and served from May, 1917, until June, 1919; of this period ten months was spent overseas us first lieutenant in the eightyeighth division. Postmaster at Decorah, 1913-1923; park commissioner at Decorah since 1923; for about twenty years was chairman of the democratic central committee of Winneshiek county, and for eight years was a member of the democratic state central committee; elected to the seventy-third congress on November 8, 1932, and re-elected to the seventy-fourth congress November 6, 1934. A democrat. LLOYD THURSTON, Osceola.—Representative in Congress for the fifth congressional district, was born in Clarke county, Iowa, March 27, 1880; served in Spanish-American, Philippine, and World wars; married; graduate of State University of Iowa, 1902; county attorney Clarke county four years; state senator four years; elected to sixty-ninth, seventieth, seventy-first, seventy-second, seventy-third congresses and re-elected to the seventy-fourth in November, 1934. A republican. HUBERT UTTJBRBACK, Des Moines.—Representative in Congress for the sixth congressional district, was born in log cabin on farm near Hayesville, Keokuk county, Iowa, June 28, 1880; son of A. M. Utterback and Julia Esther Hayes (now deceased); educated in country school, Hedrick normal and commercial college, and Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa; receiving degrees of A.B. 1903, LL.B. 1906, LL.M. 1908. Member of Phi Beta Kappa, Acacia fraternity, Alpha Phi Omega, and Delta Theta Phi legal fraternity. Married October 4, 1904, to Edith Gwynne (now deceased), and they had two children—Mrs. Morris O. (Esther) Penquite and Mrs. Paul K. (Gretchen) Ashby. Married again December 25, 1934, to Mrs. Cora Alice Prine. Member of the University Church of Christ, Des Moines, Iowa; chairman, Des Moines chapter American Red Cross, 14 years;

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chairman, Iowa state council Red Cross chapters, from organization to 1934, now resigned; instructor, law department, Drake University, 26 years; lecturer, Still College, 20 years; active member for Iowa of grand council, order of DeMolay for boys; chairman, court of honor, Boy Scouts of America, Des Moines, Iowa, since 1915; member Lions club; past district governor of Iowa Lions clubs; chairman, major activities committee of Lions international, 4 years; chairman,* legislative committee of Iowa state conference of social work, 3 years; former vice president of Iowa humane society; lawyer; admitted to bar in 1906; police judge of Des Moines, 1912-14; judge, ninth Iowa judicial district, January 1, 1915, to January 1, 1927; elected judge, Iowa supreme court, November 8, 1932; elected to the seventy-fourth Congress in 1934; president, new members club of the seventy-fourth congress. A democrat. OTHA D. WEARIN, Hastings.—Representative in Congress for the seventh congressional district, was born on a farm near Hastings, January 19, 1903; attended country school, graduating from Tabor Academy in 1920, and received A.B. degree from Grinnell College in 1924. Prior to and since 1924, has been associated with his father itt farm work; elected treasurer of Wearin rural school district in 1926; delegate to state democratic conventions of 1924, 1926, 1928, and 1930; assistant secretary of Iowa democratic convention, 1928; temporary chairman, keynoter, and permanent chairman of Iowa state democratic judicial convention, 1930; elected to Iowa state legislature in 1928 and reelected in 1930; assistant floor leader of minority party in forty-fifth general assembly of Iowa; appointed by governor of Iowa as a delegate to the International Mid-West Aeronautics convention in Minneapolis, 1930; while abroad in 1927 studied farm production and did research work in the International Institute of Agriculture in Rome; author of 'An Iowa Farmer Abroad"; editor of weekly syndicate "An Iowa Farmer in Foreign Fields"; a co-editor of weekly syndicate, "New Roads in Old Mexico"; staff contributor to Wallace's Farmer; member of Iowa State Historical Society, Valley Forge Historical Society, Grinnell alumnae, and farm organizations; elected to the seventy-third congress November, 1932, and re-elected to the seventy-fourth congress in 1934. A democrat. FRED C. GILCHRIST, Laurens.—Representative in Congress for the eighth congressional district, was born in Pennsylvania in 1868, moved to Iowa, 1871, and has lived here since. Educated in common schools and at State Teachers College. Taught school two years and was county superintendent of Pocahontas county, 1890-92. Completed law course at State University of Iowa in 1893 and was admitted to the bar. Married Ellen Hurley in 1896 and has three children. Was a member of the Iowa house of representatives in the twenty-ninth general assembly. Elected to the state senate in 1922 and re-elected in 1926. Elected to congress in 1930, 1932 and re-elected in 1934. A republican. GUY MARK GILLETTE, Cherokee.—Representative in Congress for the ninth congressional district, was born in Cherokee on February 3, 1879; attended and graduated from Cherokee high school, and was graduated from Drake University, Des Moines, with LL.B. degree in 1900; admitted to the bar in 1900 and commenced practice in Cherokee, Iowa; is also interested in agricultural pursuits; served as prosecuting attorney of Cherokee county, 1907-1909; member of the state senate, 1912-1916; served as sergeant in the Spanish-American war, and as captain of infantry during the World war; married Miss Rose Freeman in 1907, and they have one son; elected to the seventy-third congress in 1932, and re-elected to the seventy-fourth congress in 1934. A democrat.

OTHER STATE OFFICERS HARRY C. WHITE, Vinton.—Member of the Board of Control, was born in Guernsey county, Ohio, October 6, 1869, of Irish parents. When he was six months old his parents moved to Benton county and settled on a farm near Garrison. Educated in the district schools, Tilford Academy, and Cornell College, Mount Vernon. Taught school for several terms. Now owns and operates a large stock farm. For many years president of the People Savings Bank of Garrison. Was married in 1894. Elected representative from Benton county in 1910. Re-elected in 1912. Elected senator in 1914, re-elected in 1918, in 1922, and 1930. Appointed a member of the board of control while serving as senator in the forty-fifth general assembly. A democrat.

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E. H. FELTON, Indianola.—Member of the Board of Control of state institutions, was born in New Virginia, Warren county, Iowa, November 11, 1890, the son of Z. T. and Sara Felton. Educated in the New Virginia schools. Married Velda Frederick of New Virginia, March 24, 1913. Father of five children, four sons and a daughter. Is engaged in business at Indianola and New Virginia. Chairman Warren county republican central committee ten years. Selected as member Iowa republican state central committee from the seventh district in 1930. Member of the Methodist church, a thirty-second degree Mason and a member of the Mystic Shrine. A republican. FRANK M. STEVENS, Garden Grove.—Member of the Board of Control of state institutions, was born on a farm near Salem, Illinois, May 14, 1872. He went to Chicago at the age of fifteen, an orphan, and became superintendent of Empire Warehouses, Inc., of Chicago, at age of 26. Married Evelyn M. Payne and has three daughters, Martha, Helen and Evelyn. Moved to Iowa and entered the mercantile business at Floris in 1903. Moved to Garden Grove, Decatur county, in 1920 and continued in mercantile business there. Member of Methodist church. Elected to the state senate in 1932 and appointed by Governor Herring as a member of the board of control during the session of the forty-sixth general assembly. A democrat. Louis E. RODDEWTQ, Davenport.—Member of State Board of Assessment and Review, was born March 4, 1880, in Davenport, Iowa, where he has made his home continuously. Attended State University of Iowa, graduating with degree of LL.B. in June, 1906, elected police magistrate 1906 and served until 1916. Elected mayor of city of Davenport and served from April, 1924, to April, 1928. Practiced law in Davenport, Iowa, for the past twenty-seven years. Member of American Bar association; Iowa State Bar association and Scott County Bar association. While at the university was a member of Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity and the Phi Delta Theta fraternal society. Other affiliations, Knight Templar, Scottish Rite Mason, Shrine, Knights of Pythias, B. P. O. Elks, Moose, Eagles, and member of Episcopal church. Appointed to the state board of assessment and review by Governor Herring, July 1, 1933, for a six-year term. A democrat. C. F. GREEN, Sioux City.—Member of Iowa State Board of Assessment and Review. Born at Sioux City, Iowa, on July 6, 1879. Appointed to present position by Governor Clyde L. Herring on June 1, 1935. A republican. O. J. DITTO, Sibley.—Member of the State Highway Commission, was born at Onawa, Iowa, January 26, 1894. Attended school at Sibley and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Served in the World war. Married June 1, 1921. Served in the forty-third, forty-fourth and fortyfifth general assemblies from Osceola county. Appointed to Iowa state highway commission for term beginning July 1, 1933. A Mason, Legionaire and member of Rotary. A democrat. FRED P. HAGEMANN, Waverly.—Member of the State Highway Commission, was born December 25, 1869, in Bremer county, Iowa; graduated from the liberal arts department of the University of Iowa in 1895, and from the law school in 1896. In the early part of his career he served as superintendent of schools of Bremer county for four years; served as state senator from the Bremer-Butler district for the thirty-fifth and thirty-sixth general assemblies; received his party's nomination for governor in 1930 and was appointed by Governor Herring as a member of the highway commission in 1934, to complete the term of H. A. Maine. A democrat. IRVING H. KNUDSON, Ellsworth.—Member of the State Highway Commission, was born April 27, 1896, at Jewell, Iowa. Received his education in the Jewell public schools, the Jewell Lutheran college, and the State University of Iowa. World war veteran and a member of the American Legion. Married in 1921 to Miss Leafy Bergum of Westby, Wisconsin, and they have two children living, Irving Howard and Metta Nell. Member of the Lutheran church. Engaged in the auction, real estate and general insurance business. Was elected state representative in 1924, 1926, and 1928, and state senator in 1930, and in 1934. In March 1935, while serving as state senator, received a republican appointment by the governor to the state highway commission for a four year term, beginning July 1, 1935. A republican. CURTIS L. MCKINNON, New London.—Member of the State Highway Commission, was born in New London, Iowa, October 10, 1889. He has been a farmer and business man of

BIOGRAPHIES OF STATE OFFICERS Henry county practically all his life and was educated in the public schools of Henry county. He is married, has a wife and two children. Elected state representative in 1932 and 1934, appointed to highway commission while serving in the forty-sixth general assembly. A democrat. H. M. GREENE, Avoca.—Member of the State Highway Commission, was born on a farm near Avoca, Iowa, September 6, 1882. He attended rural school and Avoca high school; graduated from the law department of the State University of Iowa in 1906. He was admitted to the bar the same year but returned to farming, at which he is engaged at the present time. He enlisted as a private in L company, 168th infantry, Rainbow division, and was later made a sergeant. He was twice wounded. He is a charter member and first commander of Fred Funston post, American Legion at Avoca, Iowa. He is a Mason and Elk. Served as a member of the forty-second, forty-second extra and fortythird and forty-fourth general assemblies. Appointed by Governor Herring as a member of the highway commission for term beginning July, 1935. A republican. F. R. WHITE.—Chief Engineer of the Iowa State Highway Commission, was born May 21, 1884, near Selma, Van Buren county, Iowa. Graduated from Keosauqua high school in 1902. Graduated from the civil engineering department, Iowa State College, in 1907. Served as rodman and instrumentman on the Key "West extension of the Florida East Coast Railroad from June, 1907, to February, 1908. Served as inspector on highway bridge construction under the Iowa state highway commission from July, 1908, to December, 1910, and from June to August, 1911. Served as instrumentman and chief of party on drainage surveys under the Morgan Engineering Company of Memphis, Tennessee, from December, 1910, to May, 1911. Served as field engineer, Iowa state highway commission, August, 1911, to March, 1915. Served as road engineer, Iowa state highway commission, March, 1915, to April, 1919. Served as chief engineer of the Iowa state highway commission, April, 1919, to the present time. In 1923 vice president, and in 1924 president of the American Association of State Highway Officials. From 1924 to date, member executive council American Association of State Highway Officials. On October 31, 1912, married Miss Mary M. DeHart of Keosauqua and has two children, Margaret and James. CHARLES B. MURTAGH, Algona.—State Comptroller, was born at Waverly, Bremer county, Iowa, November 14, 1881, the son of James X. and Mercy L. Murtagh. Moved to Shell Rock, Butler county, Iowa, in April, 1884, and graduated from high school there in 1898. Moved to Kossuth county in April, 1899, where for one year was bookkeeper and assistant in Fenton State Bank. Moved to Ringsted in Emmet county in 1900, where he was first cashier and later president of Ringsted State Bank for many years. While at Ringsted he served on the town council and as mayor. Was also elected state representative from Emmet county and served in the thirty-fourth general assembly. Moved to Algona in Kossuth county in March, 1912, and for more than fifteen years was cashier of the County Savings Bank. He is president of Kossuth County Agricultural Society. He was married in 1904 to Edna R. Cratty and they have five children; Helen, wife of T. C. Hutchinson, living at Iowa City, Iowa; Ann, wife of Mell A. Peterson, living at Bremerton, Washington; James, of Washington, D. C ; and Betty and Jean at home. A democrat. GEO. M. SIMPSON, West Union.—Member of the Board of Parole, was born at McAlester, Okla., September 25, 1879. Came with his parents to a farm in Fayette county, Iowa, in March, 1888. Was educated in the schools at Arlington, and Upper Iowa University at Fayette, Iowa. Was in grain and live stock business at Arlington ten years and was county recorder of Fayette county fourteen years. Is affiliated with the Masonic orders. Was appointed by Governor Hammill to state board of parole for term of six years ending June 30, 1931. Re-appointed by Governor Turner for a term of six years ending June 30, 1937. Married Linnie Barnes, and has two daughters, Janet and Jean. A republican. MATT. D. COONEY, Dubuque.—Member of the Board of Parole, was born and reared on a farm in Dubuque county. Attended Columbia College, Dubuque, University of Iowa and Georgetown University. Has practiced law in Dubuque continuously since 1912, with the exception of time spent in the World war. Member of Knights of Columbus, Elks, Modern Woodmen and American Legion. Served in the prosecuting attorney's office, Dubuque county, for six years and in the city attorney's office for six years. Married to

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Margaret Whelan and has six children, John L.f Margaret Elizabeth, M. D., Jr., Terance W., Judith Ann and Sheila Therese. Served as senator from Dubuque county in the forty-fourth and forty-fifth general assemblies and was democrat leader and president pro tempore in the forty-fifth. Was appointed to the board of parole during the session of the forty-fifth. A democrat. FRANK M. CAREELL, Des Moines.—Member of the Board of Parole, was born in Washington, Iowa, and moved with family to a farm in Dallas county and eventually to Adel, where his father owned and operated a grain elevator, and where he attended the Adel high school. He learned the newspaper business in Adel and moved to Des Moines as a reporter on the old Leader, covering the state house and general state affairs as part of his assignment, this putting him in touch with Governor Boies during his campaign. After the governor's election, he served as his private secretary during his administration. During this time there was no board of parole and the governor had to handle all parole and pardon matters and this work which included visits to the prisons was done by Mr. Carrell. After the service with Governor Boies, he was chief clerk of the U. S. pension agency, serving the territory of Iowa and Nebraska; then was connected with the HarrisEmery store of Des Moines; then joined in the organization of the Elaterite Paint Company of Des Moines and has served as its secretary for thirty years. Appointed member of the board of parole by Governor Herring for the term beginning July, 1935. A democrat. JOHN 0. D E MAR, Des Moines.—Commerce Counsel, was born in Davis county, Iowa, September 27, 1879. He attended the country schools and the Southern Iowa Normal school at Bloomfield, Iowa, and then received the degrees of Ph.D. and LL.M. from Drake University in Des Moines. Mr. De Mar served as a member of the house of representatives from Davis county in the thirty-first, thirty-second and thirty-second extra general assemblies and he was assistant district attorney for the southern district of Iowa during President Wilson's administration. A member of the city library board of Des Moines. He edited the revision of the city ordinances of Des Moines in 1932. Married Louise Curran of Des Moines in 1924 and they have three children, Mary, Ann and Louise. Appointed Commerce Counsel by the railroad commission, July 1, 1935. A democrat. RAT MTJRPHY, Ida Grove.—Commissioner of Insurance, was born in Dubuque county, Iowa, May 2, 1887. Has spent most of his life in Ida Grove where he was city attorney for ten years and county attorney for four years. World war veteran, former department commander of American Legion and graduate of State University of Iowa law college. Formerly chairman of the Board of Parole and the Board of Assessment and Review. Appointed by Governor Herring Commissioner of Insurance for the term beginning July 1, 1935. A democrat. BERNARD E. MANIJEY, Mason City.—Member of the Iowa Liquor Control Commission, was born January 22, 1884, on a farm in Woodbury county, Iowa. Attended country school and Sloan high school finishing in 1901. Graduated from the University of Iowa Ph.G. in 1905. Clerked in a country store in Sloan until 1915. From 1915 until 1934, associated with his brothers in the Manley Brothers Company, department store, Mason City, Iowa. A democrat. DICK R. LANE, Davenport.—Member of the Iowa Liquor Control Commission, was born in Davenport, Scott county, Iowa, October 27, 1882. Educated in Davenport public schools. Graduated from the law school at the State University of Iowa, LL.B. 1904. Practiced law 1904-1914. Engaged in hotel business from 1914 until appointment as commissioner of Iowa Liquor Control Commission, for the term March. 15, 1934, to July 1, 1937, A republican. ANDREW STEWART, Rockwell City.—Member of the Iowa Liquor Control Commission. (Biography appears as a member of the house of representatives.) GEORGE T. BASER, Davenport.—Member of State Board of Education, was born July 9, 1857, on a farm in Iowa county, Iowa. He was educated in the district schools of Iowa, Hall's school for boys, at Ellington, Conn., McClain's Academy at Iowa City, and the State University of Iowa. He remained one year at the state university and then completed four years of special work in civil engineering at Cornell University, Ithaca,

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class of 1879. During the years from 1879 to 1889 he was engaged in railway location, construction and maintenance work, after which he was chief engineer for the high bridges built across the Mississippi river at Muscatine and Clinton, and consulting engineer of the high bridge at Winona, Minn. From 1893 until January, 1910, he was engaged in general construction work on railways, paving, sewerage, water works, and heavy building construction. Served as a member of the general assembly in the twentysixth regular and special session, was elected mayor of the city of Davenport in 1898, serving two years, and was delegate-at-large to the democratic national convention in 1900. Member State Board of Education since 1909. A democrat. A N N A B. LAWTHER, Dubuque.—Member of State Board of Education, born in Dubuque, Iowa, the daughter of William Lawther and Annie Elizabeth (Bell) Lawther. Her grandparents were among the earliest settlers of the state. Received early education in public schools of Dubuque and prepared for college at Miss Stevens' school, Germantown, Pa. Received her bachelor of arts degree from Bryn Mawr College in 1897. The year following her graduation she became assistant bursar of Bryn Mawr College. Prom 1904 to 1905 she was the warden of Merion Hall, Bryn Mawr College, and from 1907 to 1912 she was the secretary of Bryn Mawr College. During the campaign for equal suffrage in the spring of 1916, Miss Lawther was the chairman of the Dubuque County Equal Suffrage league and in the autumn of the same year was elected president of the Iowa Equal Suffrage association and was twice re-elected to that position. She was a member of the state council of defense during the war. When presidential suffrage was granted to the women of Iowa by the thirty-eighth general assembly, Miss Lawther was made the democratic national committeewoman for Iowa. Was sent as a delegate to the democratic national convention at San Francisco in 1920, and to the democratic national convention in New York City in 1924. Miss Lawther was an alumnae director of Bryn Mawr College from 1923 to 1928. A democrat. JOSEPH H. ANDERSON, Thompson.—Member of the State Board of Education, was born in Winnebago county, Iowa. Received his education in the rural schools of his home county and in the Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, from which institution he graduated in 1898. For two years after graduation he was principal of the schools at Fairbanks, Iowa. Since that time he has been engaged in farming except from January 1, 1905, to January 1, 1913, during which time he was clerk of the district court. Was elected to the legislature in 1914 and served continuously in the house until 1923, being speaker of the house in the fortieth and fortieth extra general assemblies. Appointed by Governor Turner member of the State Board of Education in 1931. A republican. HARRY M. NEAS, Sigourney.—Member of State Board of Education, was born in Sigourney, Iowa, September 1, 1883, the son of A. M. and Mary Mackey Neas. He was educated in the Sigourney public schools, and graduated from the State University law school in 1906, and has since been associated with his father in the retail lumber business. He was one of the organizers and first president of the Sigourney library board. Served twelve years as a member and seven years as president of the Sigourney board of education. Two terms as the sixth district member of the republican state central committee. Married Byril M. Jones, of Oskaloosa, Iowa, and he has one daughter, Gertrude Edith. Appointed to State Board of Education in 1931 by Governor Turner. A republican. THOMAS W. KEBNAN, Shenandoah.—Member of the State Board of Education, was born on farm near Batesville, Ohio, March 3rd, 1875. Graduated from Batesville high school 1890, and from Northern Indiana Normal School, Valparaiso, Indiana, B.S. degree, 1897. Taught mathematics Lincoln Normal University, Lincoln, Nebraska, 18971898, and at Shenandoah, Iowa, 1899-1904. During this time studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1904 and has practiced law in Shenandoah ever since then. Served in France with Y. M. 0. A. October, 1918, to May, 1919. Delegate democratic national convention, New York City, 1924. Member State Board of Education since July 1st, 1931. A democrat. S. J. GALVIN, Hampton.—Member of the State Board of Education, was born in Marion county, Iowa, August 7, 1878, the oldest son of J. A. and Margaret Haynes Galvin. Attended country schools in Marion and Calhoun counties, graduated from Knoxville (Iowa) high school 1897. Attended Northern Illinois Normal School (Dixon, 111.) and Highland Park College, Des Moines. Married Ethel Craig, of Knoxville, in 1899. Has

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two children, Ruth and Richard. Started business career as stenographer and accountant for the Iowa Pipe & Tile Co., Des Moines, in 1899, and with the exception of three years as assistant manager of the John Deere Plow Co. of Moline, has been in the clay products business continuously since 1899. Has been secretary and general manager of the Sheffield (Iowa) Brick & Tile Co. since 1923. Was the democratic nominee for the office of State Railroad Commissioner in 1928. Is a member of the Masonic fraternity, the Christian Science Church and the Hampton Rotary Club. Is chairman of the Franklin county democratic central committee and chairman of the executive committee of the Iowa Manufacturers Association. Was appointed by Gov. John Hammill to succeed Claude R. Porter as a member of the State Board of Education in 1929 for the term expiring June 30, 1931. Reappointed by Gov. Clyde L. Herring for a six-year term beginning July 1, 1933. A democrat. HENRY C. SHTTLL, Sioux City.—Member of the State Board of Education, was bom January 16, 1892, at Sioux City, Iowa, son of Deloss Carlton and Frances Edith Shull. Was educated in Sioux City public schools and graduated from the Sioux City central high school in June, 1910. Collegiate education University of Chicago (Ph.B. 1914). Legal education Harvard Law School and University of Chicago Law School (J.D. 1916). Practiced law in Sioux City, Iowa, since June, 1916, except for two years in the United States navy during the World war. Now a member of the law firm of Shull & Stilwill. Married in August, 1921, to Alice Lincoln, Alton, Iowa. A member of the American Legion, the Masonic fraternity, and the First Baptist church. A member of the Iowa State Bar Association and American Bar Association. Appointed to the State Board of Education by Governor Hammill in March, 1925, to fill out the unexpired term to July 1, 1925, of Charles R. Brenton, deceased, and the long term, July 1, 1925, to July 1, 1931. Re-appointed July 1, 1933 by Governor Herring. A republican. CORA E. SIMPSON, Decorah.—Member of the State Board of Education, was born at Lansing, daughter of Chas. Carrol and Sarah Bates, one of the pioneer families of northeastern Iowa. Moved to Decorah with her parents when a young girl and has made that city her home except for a few years spent in Spokane, where her husband died. She is a graduate of Decorah high school, was a student at the State University of Iowa and later studied voice in Chicago. She taught several years in Decorah public schools and has always kept up her interest in school work. She served as secretary in the county superintendent's office and in recent years has been one of the judges in their spelling contest. For many years served as vice-chairman of the democratic central committee. A member of the D. A. R., Ladies of the G. A. R. and Rebekah Lodge. She has one daughter, Mrs. L. W. Buckton. A democrat. JOHN P. WALLACE, Des Moines.—Member of the State Board of Education, was born at Davenport, Iowa, April 20, 1871, the son of Henry Wallace and Nannie Cantwell Wallace, the former being known as "Uncle Henry" all over Iowa. His education was received in the grade school at Winterset, West high school at Des Moines, and Iowa State College at Ames. He was one of the founders of Wallaces' Farmer, his father Henry and brother Henry C. and John being equal owners of the publication that became one of the foremost publications in the field of agriculture. John was married in 1896 to Elizabeth Maud Gibson of Des Moines. They have one son, Ross Wallace, and two daughters, Margaret (now Mrs. A. W. Voorhees of Tucson, Arizona), and Josephine (Mrs. Foster F. Farrell) of Des Moines. His grandsons are John Clarke and Ross Wallace, Jr., and Anson Willard Voorhees, Jr. He is a member of the national executive board of the Boy Scouts of America and chairman of the national committee on rural scouting. For more than thirty years he has been a director of the Des Moines Y. M. C. A. Member of Central Presbyterian church of Des Moines for over forty years and has served on the national board of missions of the Presbyterian church. He was awarded the silver buffalo by the Boy Scouts of America for distinguished service to boyhood. During the war was director of two Red Cross campaigns for the state of Iowa. Appointed by Governor Herring for the six-year term beginning July 1, 1935. A republican. WILLIAM G. NOTH, Des Moines.—Member of the Finance Committee of the State Board of Education, was born in Davenport, Iowa, and resided there continuously until his appointment as a member of the finance committee of the Iowa State Board of Education in 1931. Educated in public and commercial schools of Davenport; trained in banking and associated with different banks there. Was elected clerk of the district

BIOGEAPHIES OF STATE OFFICERS court for a period of two years; and city treasurer of Davenport for eight years. Served in the World war. A democrat. W. H. GEMMILL, Des Moines.—'Secretary of the State Board of Education, was born in Ontario, Canada, March 14, 1871. In September of that year his parents moved to Keokuk county, Iowa, and settled on a farm near South English. He attended the rural schools and graduated from the South English high school in 1889. He entered the Iowa State College at Ames and graduated in November, 1894, with the degree of bachelor of science. During these years, he taught several terms in country schools. He has taken about two years of advanced study in education, history and economics in Highland Park College, Drake University and Des Moines College. He was principal of schools at Gibson, Iowa, two and one-half years; county superintendent of Keokuk county four years; superintendent of schools at Dallas Center 1901 to 1911, and superintendent of the Carroll schools 1914 to 1917, and resigned to become secretary of the Board of Education. He was married in 1895 to Birdie D. Richards. They have four children, Agnes, John, Helen and Iva. A republican. WILLIAM R. BOYD, Cedar Rapids.—Chairman of the Finance Committee of the Board of Education, is a native of Iowa, having been born in Lisbon, Linn county, May 19, 1864. His boyhood was spent in Tipton, Iowa, where he attended the public schools. He was graduated from the college of liberal arts of the State University in June, 1889, having earned his way by teaching school and clerking in a store. He was principal of the school at Mechanicsville, Iowa, two years. He was editor of the Tipton Advertiser two years, editor and associate editor of the Cedar Rapids Republican sixteen years. Mr. Boyd served as postmaster of Cedar Rapids from 1899 to 1909, resigning this office to accept his present position. He has long been interested in educational matters, and was for several years a member of the board of trustees of Coe College, and for a time lectured on political economy in that institution. Mr. Boyd is a director of the American Trust and Savings bank, and president of the Perpetual Savings and Loan association, both located in Cedar Rapids. Member board of trustees Cornell College, Mt. Vernon. A republican. CHARLES B. MURTAGH, Algona.—State Comptroller, was born at Waverly, Bremer county, Iowa, November 14, 1881, the son of James X. and Mercy L. Murtagh. Moved to Shell Rock, Butler county, Iowa, in April, 1884, and graduated from high school there in 1898. Moved to Kossuth county in April, 1899, where for one year was bookkeeper and assistant in Fenton State bank. Moved to Ringsted in Emmet county in 1900, where he was first cashier and later president of Ringsted State bank for many years. While at Ringsted he served on the town council and as mayor. Was also elected state representative from Emmet county and served in the 34th general assembly. Moved to Algona in Kossuth county in March, 1912, and for more than fifteen years was cashier of the County Savings bank. He is president of Kossuth County Agricultural Society. He was married in 1904 to Edna R. Cratty. They have five children: Helen, wife of T. C. Hutchinson, living at Iowa City, Iowa; Ann, wife of Mell A. Peterson, living at Bremerton, Washington; James, of Washington, D. C ; and Betty and Jean at home. A democrat. CHARLES H. GRAHL, Des Moines.—Adjutant General, was born in Council Bluffs, Iowa, September 23, 1894. Attended public schools in Council Bluffs and Des Moines, graduating from West high school, Des Moines, Iowa, in 1913. Enlisted in company "B," 3rd Iowa infantry June 24, 1916. Served overseas with 168th infantry. Appointed 2nd lieutenant, infantry, July 9, 1918. Served overseas from November 14, 1917, to June 27, 1919. Appointed captain, infantry, Iowa National Guard, March 29, 1921. Resigned July 25, 1921. Appointed captain, infantry, Iowa National Guard, January 7, 1925. Promoted lieutenant colonel, adjutant general's department, July 5, 1927, and assigned to the staff, Iowa National Guard, as assistant adjutant general. Promoted to brigadier general, adjutant general's department, and appointed adjutant general of Iowa, January 16, 1932 to fill vacancy; re-appointed by Governor Herring, July 3, 1935. Married June 12, 1923, to Mary Magdaline Phillips and has two sons, Charles Phillips and Robert Louis. Member of Argonne post, American legion and the service men's club of Des Moines, Iowa. D. W. BATES, Albia.—Superintendent of Banking, was born January 16, 1873; raised on a farm and attended the grade public schools. On April 13, 1893, he entered the

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law office of L. T. Richmond in Albia, Iowa, where he studied law for three years, during which period he taught 18 months in the country schools. On May 13, 1896, he was admitted to the bar. On January 1, 1897, he was appointed deputy clerk of district court, Monroe county, Iowa. On February 8, 1899, he was appointed clerk of courts and served until January 1, 1901. In January, 1901, he entered the practice of law. In 1908, he was elected county attorney of Monroe county, Iowa, and served six years. Engaged in banking business in 1906, and has been connected with the business since that time acting as executive officer of the institutions with which he was connected. Acted as director of state banks under S. F. I l l from January 23, 1933, until July 1, when he became Superintendent of Banking under an appointment from Governor Herring. A democrat. MRS. E. R. (Mabel McGuire) MEREDITH, Ames.—Chairman of Old Age Assistance Commission. Born in Des Moines, Iowa; third generation Iowan; attended Des Moines public schools and University of Colorado. Four years editorial staff Des Moines Daily Capital. Married 1921, Edward R. Meredith, Ames, Iowa, disabled officer in World war. Active in social service and woman's club work. Formerly member democratic state central committee for the sixth district. A democrat. JOHN F. PORTERFIELD, Hamburg.—Member of Old Age Assistance Commission, was born May 15, 1871, in Mercer county, Sherman, Pennsylvania. His parents moved in a covered wagon from Pennsylvania to Isabella county, Michigan. Attended the high school at St. Louis, Michigan, in the year 1889 and in 1897 graduated from a business college at Flint, Michigan. Enlisted for the Spanish-American war in 1898 at Flint, Michigan. Married Hattie Hill of Coldwater, Michigan, May 27, 1891 and six children, three sons and three daughters, were born of this marriage. Ordained to the ministry of the Baptist church in 1894. Admitted to the practice of law in the state of Indiana in 1910, later coming to Iowa and admitted to the bar of this state, practicing in Page and Fremont counties. Served as deputy revenue collector under Hon. Louis Murphy from 1913 to 1918. During the world war served in the office of the department of justice in both Illinois and Iowa, under Edward J. Brennan. Active in all county, state, and national democratic campaigns, since President Cleveland's time. Also democratic county chairman of Page and Fremont counties for seven years, and also served as a member of the democratic state central committee for the old eighth district. Has been a candidate on the democratic state ticket for representative to congress and judge of the supreme court of Iowa. A democrat. A. L. URIOK, Des Moines.—Member of Old Age Assistance Commission, appointed by Governor Herring, March, 1934. Born in eastern Pennsylvania, February 6, 1862. Moved to Iowa in 1880. Married in 1887, one son. Became identified with organized labor and served for that group before legislative bodies beginning with 1891. Elected president of the Iowa Federation of Labor in 1903, serving as such until 1913, when appointed State Labor Commissioner, serving in that office under Governor Clarke, Harding, Kendall and Hammill; and again appointed by Governor Turner, thus serving for a period of eighteen years and three months. A republican. WALTER L. BIERRING, Des Moines.—Commissioner of Health, was born in Davenport, Iowa, July 15, 1868, of Danish parentage. Education: Davenport high school, University of Iowa graduate of medicine in 1892. Graduate studies Heidelberg, Vienna and Pasteur institute in Paris 1892-93-94-95-96 and 1901. Professor of pathology and bacteriology State University of Iowa 1893-1903. Professor of medicine, State University of Iowa, 1903-1910. Professor of medicine, Drake University, 1910-13. President Iowa State Board of Health and Board of Medical Examiners 1913-21. President Iowa State Medical Society, 1908. President American Medical Association, 1933. Appointed Commissioner of Health by Governor Herring, July, 1933. BURGESS WILSON GARRETT, Leon,—Clerk of the Supreme Court, was born on a farm in Van Buren county, Iowa, February 24, 1872. When a small child his parents moved to Davis county, and later, to Decatur county. Mr. Garrett was educated in the public schools, Simpson College and St. Joseph University, from which institution he graduated. He taught school for a number of years, being principal of the Decatur high school. Has been chairman of the county central committee; member of the senatorial and congressional committees. He was pardon secretary under Governor Cummins. Served in that capacity

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until July 4, 1907, when he became the first secretary of the board of parole. He resigned to become a candidate for the office he now holds. During his first term the office was made appointive; he has been six times appointed by the supreme court and is now serving his seventh term. Was temporary chairman of the republican state convention in 1916. Was temporary and permanent chairman of the state judicial convention in 1928. Presided over a great convention of his church in Kansas City in October, 1928. A republican. CHARLES DUMAS O'DONNELL, Des Moines.—Superintendent of Printing and ex officio

Secretary of the State Printing Board, was born in St. Louis, Missouri, and at an early age became a resident of Iowa. Graduated from St. Ambrose Academy, and then became a disciple of the "art preservative of arts," i.e., a printer. Was employed on weekly and daily newspapers and in the office of the state printer as proofreader for a number of years, later as superintendent of a commercial and book publishing establishment and as -manager and proprietor of a printing office. His interest in public affairs was largely manifested by activities in connection with the democratic party organization, having acted for many years as precinct committeeman, delegate to practically all county conventions for more than twenty years; a similar record for state conventions, and has participated in five national democratic conventions. Is an amateur gardener, and has served as president of the Midwest Peony and Iris Society. During the World war was volunteer K. of C. secretary at Camp Dodge. Is a charter member of the Ursa Major Society, a member of the Knights of Columbus, the Elks, and the Typographical Union. A democrat. ULYSSES GRANT WHITNEY.—Reporter of the Supreme Court and Code Editor, was

born July 10, 1864, on a farm near Union, Iowa. Was admitted to the bar in June, 1890. Was county attorney in Woodbury county for ten years. Was a member of the thirty-fourth and thirty-fifth general assemblies from Woodbury county. Was appointed by the judges of the supreme court to his present position in 1914. Was a member of the Iowa code commission in 1919. A. B. FUNK.—Iowa Industrial Commissioner, was born in Adams county, Illinois, January 12, 1854. Came to Hamilton county, Iowa, in 1865. Identified with the Spirit Lake Beacon for thirty-five years. Established the Enterprise at Flandreau, Dakota, in 1878. In 1879 elected first mayor of Flandreau, and, returning to Spirit Lake, was in the same year chosen as its first mayor. Postmaster at Spirit Lake, 1882-5. Delegate to republican national convention in 1884. State senator 1888-1900, and for three sessions was president pro tempore and chairman of ranking committee. President capitol improvement commission by appointment of Governor Cummins. For six years vicepresident of state board of education under two appointments by Governor Carroll. Resigned to accept present position upon resignation of Hon. Warreu Garst, January 1, 1916, by appointment of Governor Clarke. Re-appointed by Governors Harding, Hammill and Turner. A republican. FRANK E. WENIO, Spencer.—Labor Commissioner, was born November 5, 1887, at New Albin, Iowa. When he was sixteen months of age, his parents, Jacob and Henrietta Wenig, moved to Inwood in Lyon county. He received his education in the public schools there and since 1907 has been employed by the Milwaukee railroad. Served overseas during the World war and has been post commander of the American Legion at Spencer, district commander and state vice-commander. Married and has two children: Ralph and Carolyn. He has been a member of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers for twenty-six years and has served on state labor legislative committees as well as being delegate to many labor conventions. Elected as a state representative from Clay county in 1932 and was appointed Labor Commissioner by Governor Herring during the session of the forty-fifth general assembly. A democrat. J. V. PYLE, Chariton.—Fire Marshal, was born in Ottumwa, Iowa, January 27, 1903, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Pyle now living in Chariton, Iowa. Graduated from Ohariton high school. Fifteen years in clothing business and active in all community activities. Member of Knights of Columbus and officer in Iowa Fireman's Association. A democrat. JOHNSON BRIGHAM, Des Moines.—State Librarian, was born in Cherry Valley, New York, March 11, 1846. Educated at Hamilton College and Cornell University, class of 1870. Received degree of doctor of literature from Drake University, Des Moines, in 1923.

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Editor, Cornell Era, 1869; editor, Cedar Rapids Republican, 1882-1893; U. S. consul at Aix la Chapelle, Germany, 1893; editor and publisher Midland Monthly, Des Moines, 1894-1899; State Librarian of Iowa since 1898; Chairman Iowa Library Commission since 1900; vice-president Farm Property Insurance Company, Des Moines; Iowa director of War Service Commission, American Library Association, 1917-1918. Author of An Old Man's Idyll, 1905; The Banker in Literature, 1910; History of Des Moines, 1911; A Library in the Making, 1912; Life of James Harlan, State Historical Society, 1913; Iowa—Its History and Its Foremost Citizens, 1915-18; The Many-Sided Omar, 1923; The Sinclairs of Old Fort Des Moines, a historical novel, 1927; Individuality in Letters from Queen Elizabeth to Queen Anne, 1933. Contributor to Century, Forum, Chautauquan, Iowa Journal of History and Politics, Palimpsest, and many other magazines. EDGAR RUBEY HARLAN.—Curator, son of Samuel A. and Marinda E. (Rubey) Harlan; born of Kentucky Quaker ancestry at Spartansburg, Indiana, February 28, 1869; brought to a farm in Cedar township, Van Buren county, Iowa, in 1873; attended "Morris" district and Keosauqua high school, graduating 1889, and Drake University, completing the law course with degree of LL.B., A.M.; admitted to the bar June, 1896; practiced law at Keosauqua ten years, serving as county attorney 1898-1902; appointed by Charles Aldrich assistant curator of the historical department of Iowa, 1907; acting curator after death of Mr. Aldrich, March, 1908, until appointed curator by Governor Carroll, October 1, 1909; elected curator by board of trustees, June, 1913; honorary member Iowa chapter, American Institute of Architects; honorary member National Sculpture society; member American Historical association; a founder and member of board of directors, Mississippi Valley Historical association; member and secretary Iowa Flag commission; member and secretary Allison Memorial commission; member Iowa Board of Conservation, Plant Life commission; member and director Des Moines Fine Arts association; member American Civic association and delegate to Germany, France and England, tour of 1913. WILI>IAM J. CASEY, Knoxville.—Member of the State Printing Board, was born in Cambridge, Ohio, Aug. 28, 1861, only child of James K. and Hannah J. Casey. In 1867 the family removed to Knoxville, Iowa. Learned the printer's trade and worked at the case until in 1884, when he and the late Frank Steunenberg, afterward governor of Idaho, leased the Marion County Express, which they changed to Knoxville Express, and of which Mr. Casey has continued as editor to this time. Mr. Casey married Lena D. Parks, June 15, 1887, and they are the parents of three sons. James 0. and William D. are associated with their father in the publication of the Express; John H. is associate professor of journalism in the University of Oklahoma. Mr. Casey was a delegate from the capital district to the democratic national convention of 1912; a delegate-at-large in 1920 and again a delegate from the district in the Madison Square Garden convention of 1924. He. was postmaster of Knoxville, 1915-1923. A democrat. LEO J. GARDE, Mason City.—Member of the State Printing Board, was born at Charles City, Iowa, August 18, 1897, son of George W. and Belle Carle. Graduated from St. Joseph's parochial school of Mason City in 1916. First job was carrier boy for GlobeGazette, a job he held for six years. Was with pressroom for two and one-half years, in composing room four years, spent year with Cedar Rapids Gazette, six months with Cedar Rapids Republican and returned to Globe-Gazette. Married June 8, 1927, to Ethel C. Pattschull, and they have two children, Patricia Ann and Leo John. Member of St. Joseph's Catholic church; a charter member of the young democratic club of Cerro Gordo county; belongs to K. of C, Typographical Union, and has served as president of Iowa Composing Room Executives during years of 1933, 1934, 1935. A democrat. ARTHUR ROBERT COREY, Des Moines.—Secretary of the Iowa State Fair Board, was born July 25, 1881, in Richland county, Wisconsin. His parents moved to Kossuth county, Iowa, in 1883, where he resided on a farm until seventeen years old. He received his education in the public schools of Kossuth county and graduated from Toland's Business University in 1903. He moved to Des Moines July 1, 1903, to become clerk in the office of the State Labor Commissioner. He served in that capacity until-February 1, 1908, when he was appointed assistant secretary of the State Board of Agriculture. He occupied this position until February 1, 1911, when he was elected secretary of the Iowa State Fair Board.

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FRANK J. COLBY, Forest City.—Member of the Iowa State Conservation Commission, was born on a farm in Dane county, Wisconsin, September 13, 1884. Norwegian descent. Moved to Winnebago county, Iowa, in 1898. Graduated from the Keokuk Dental College, specializing in oral surgery. Was chief of the auxiliary to the Federal department of justice and special agent in the state department of justice during the World war. President of the Forest City chamber of commerce for three terms. Trustee of the Forest City community foundation. Member of the Lions Club, I. O. 0. F. and Knights of Pythias lodges. Also member of several national and state sportsmen's organizations. Lifetime hobby has been conservation work, fishing, hunting and skeet shooting. A democrat. W. C. BOONE, Ottumwa.—Member of Iowa State Conservation, was born at Afton, Iowa, July 4, 1880, and attended high school at Leon, Iowa. He took undergraduate work at Drake University and his professional course, leading to degree of doctor of dental surgery, at the University of Pennsylvania, 1903. Located in Ottumwa, Iowa, May, 1904, having since continued practicing in this location. Past president of Ottumwa dental study club, Wapello county dental society, southeastern dental society, and state dental society. Member of the fish and game commission and acted as chairman for four years. Member of the present state conservation commission, six year appointment, starting July 1, 1935. A republican. EVERETT E. SPEAKER, Lake View.—Member of the Iowa State Conservation Commission, was born December 29, 1876, at Haldane, Ogle county, Illinois, and moved to Iowa in 1881, residing on a farm in Tama county until parents moved to Toledo, Iowa, in 1889. Graduated from Toledo high school in 1892. After attending Western College, Toledo, for two years he entered the State University of Iowa, graduating in medicine in 1897. Located in Lake View, Iowa, in the same year and has practiced continually there since, and he has been health physician since 1897, and was former mayor of Lake City and present member of park commission. A democrat. LOGAN BLIZZARD, McGregor.—Member of the Iowa State Conservation Commission, was born in Jasper county, Iowa, on September 8, 1879; educated in the public schools and the Newton Normal College at Newton, Iowa; taught school in the country schools of Jasper county for a period of 4 years; moved to McGregor, Iowa, in 1917fi,and has been interested in the crushed stone, sand and gravel industry since that time. Appointed a republican member of the Iowa state conservation commission, May 17, 1935, by Governor Clyde Herring. A republican. WILLIAM ALFRED BURHANS, Burlington.—Member of the Iowa State Conservation

Commission, was born in Burlington, Iowa, October 16, 1864. His ancestors came from Holland in 1660 and settled in New York state. This old Dutch stock included Jacob Burhans who was justice magistrate at Kingston, New York, and later appointed collector by order of the noble Stuyvesant. Mr. Burhans is the direct descendant of two lieutenants, three sergeants, and twenty-four privates who served their country in the Revolutionary war. Denslow Burhans, the father of Mr. Burhans, came to Iowa when Burlington had no railroads and transportation was made by water ways. As a young man of twenty-one years of age, Mr. Burhans went out to southwest Kansas to engage in the cattle business. Later in life, Mr. Burhans went to Florida where he found much interest in roaming the swamps where he found strange bird life and many game fish. When the hot Iowa sun blazes down in August Mr. Burhans seeks relief among the lakes in northern Minnesota where the wall-eyed pike abound and where the tall pines form cathedral towers affording man time to appreciate nature and all of her handiwork. Mr. Burhans has been in the candy business for nearly forty years. He is connected with the Clinton Copeland Candy Company of which firm he serves as vice president. A democrat. MRS. HENRY FRANKEL, Des Moines—Chairman of the Iowa State Conservation Commission, was born in Rock Island. Illinois, and attended public schools there. Graduated from Vassar College in 1909. She has two daughters, Margo and Babette, now in college. Mrs. Frankel has lived in Des Moines twenty-four years and is active in civic affairs, including musical and garden club activities and Audubon societies. She served as vice-chaifman of conservation committee of Io— ' ^ - " ^ o n of women's clubs, and ; succeeded Mrs. Hanford McNider on board of n January, 1927, serving as chairman of that board for two years. Ren1 ° us service on conservation bbard until appointed to new Iowa state c * ssion on May 17, 1935.

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Awarded Pugsley medal in 1933 in recognition of work in preserving scenic and historic sites. A republican. ARTHUR E. RAPP, Council Bluffs.—Member of the Iowa State Conservation Commission, was born and reared in western Iowa, where he has seen the lands of that part of the state gradually come under the control of private ownership, and the streams converted into drainage ditches, and the privilege of the people to have reasonable access to public areas curtailed. His interest in conservation has therefore been of long standing. He was appointed by Governor Turner on the fish and game commission when that organization was created and was reappointed by Governor Herring and upon the merging of the fish and game commission with the board of conservation, he was again appointed by Governor Herring. Mr. Rapp is an ardent horticulturist, having a life membership in the state horticultural society. For 15 years he was building inspector having in charge the enforcing of regulatory ordinance for the city of Council Bluffs. Was vice president of the state federation of garden clubs. In his spare time Mr. Rapp devotes his time to his garden and orchard near Council Bluffs. A democrat. M. L. HUTTON, Ames.—Director, Iowa State Conservation Commission, was born February 11, 1886, on a farm in Washington county, Iowa. Attended public schools in Columbus City and Columbus Junction. Was a student at Iowa State College, civil engineering department, during the period of September, 1905, to May, 1909, being in the employ of the C. M. & St. P. Ry. on Pacific coast extension in Montana and Washington for fifteen months of the above period; in maintenance of way department of Great Northern Railway in Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, and Manitoba, Canada, from May, 1909, to August, 1910; engaged in drainage engineering work in Humboldt county from September, 1910, to December, 1911; served as county engineer of Louisa county during 1912, 1913, and 1914; engaged in private engineering practice the first half of 1915, and in general engineering work for the Central States Engineering Company of Muscatine, Iowa, the second half of 1915; served as county engineer of Des Moines county in 1916, 1917, and seven months of 1918; in employ of Iowa State iHghway Commission from June, 1919, to July, 1929, having charge of road work at state institutions under Board of Education and Board of Control at different times during this period, and performing technical work for Board of Conservation, and, at times, for the state Executive Council and fish and game department; served as head of department of road administration for four years; had charge of railroad crossing negotiations for highway commission for two years; served as administrator for Board of Conservation from July, 1929, to May, 1935; served as chief engineer of emergency conservation work for Iowa in connection with CCC camp work in state parks and preserves from April, 1933, to January, 1935; served as project supervisor of state planning board project, engaged in surveys of lakes, rivers and streams and the improvement thereof from the spring of 1934, to date; also, as technical advisor for several other planning board projects. On April 25, 1913, Mr. Hutton married Miss Tecla Johnson of Hallock, Minnesota, and has one son, Donald. W. L. STRTJNK, Decorah.—Chairman of the Board of Examiners in the Basic Sciences, was born in New Ulm, Minnesota, August 14, 1901. Graduate of Irving grade school, and South high school, Minneapolis, 1918; graduate of University of Minnesota, 1922, Bachelor of Arts degree and in 1923 with Master of Science degree, majors for both of above degrees being zoology and geology. From 1923 to 1925 was mine examiner for an eastern concern; from 1925 to 1927 was chemist in charge of laboratories of Twin City plant of Ford Motor Company; 1927-1928, head of department of chemistry, North Dakota State School of Science, Wahpeton, North Dakota; and from 1928 to present, head of department of biology, Luther College, Decorah, Iowa. Doctor of Science degree was obtained from University of Michigan in 1931, major for degree being biology and paleontology. EDWAED A. BENBROOK, Ames.—Member of the Board of Examiners in the Basic Sciences, was born in South Orange, New Jersey, May 15, 1892. Graduated from South Orange high school in June, 1910. Graduated frr-^ the school of veterinary medicine, University of Pennsylvania with the degree T ^ . D . in June, 1914. Assistant pathologist and instructor in bacteriology, veterinary school, University of Pennsylvania, 19141915. Instructor and assistant professor of veterinary science, Oklahoma Agricultural College, 1915-1918. Associate professor f veterinary research at Iowa State College,

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1918-1919. Professor and head of department of veterinary pathology, Iowa State College, 1919 to date. Married Jessie C. Whittle of Millington, New Jersey, in 1917. They have two children. JOSEPH H. HALL, Iowa City.—Member of the Board of Examiners in the Basic Sciences, was born in New Jersey, September 19, 1895. Received the A.B. degree in 1915 and the Ph.D. degree in 1920 from the University of Pennsylvania, where he was professor of zoology prior to 1929. Since 1929, he has been professor and head of the department of zoology at the State University of Iowa. Served in medical corps in A.E.P. during World war. A Methodist, Mason and member of Kiwanis club. BENJAMIN H. PETERSON, Cedar Rapids.—Member of the Board of Examiners in the Basic Sciences, was born June 6, 1893, at Macedonia, Iowa, and attended country school and high school at that place. Graduated from Coe College in 1918. Served in the A. E. F. for one year, with the base laboratory No. 1. Received master of science degree in 1924 and doctor of philosophy degree in 1926 from the State University of Iowa. Since 1928, has served as head of the department of chemistry at Coe College. Married, 1921, to Eda Swenson, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and they have one child, Roger Franklyn. Member of the American Chemical Society, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Sigma Xi, and Presbyterian church.

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The legislative department of the state of Iowa is vested in a general assembly, which consists of a senate and house of representatives. The senate consists of fifty members. Senators are elected for terms of four years; twenty-one senators being elected at one general election and twenty-nine at the next. The house of representatives consists at present of one hundred and eight members, who are elected for a term of two years. Sessions of the general assesmby are held biennially in the odd-numbered years, and they commence on the second Monday of January. The compensation of the members of the general assembly is $1,000 for the session. This is in accordance with an act of the thirty-fourth general assembly which went into effect July 4t 1911. They were also allowed five cents a mile from their homes to the capital and return for traveling expenses. Members are permitted to draw such stationery as they need during the session, the cost to the state for the supplies varying from $1.50 to $14.00 per member. No allowance is permitted for postage. The lieutenant governor is the presiding officer of the senate. His pay is twice that of a member, being $2,000 for the session of the general assembly. The speaker of the house is chosen by the members from among their own membership. His pay is twice that of a member, being $2,000 for the session. The lieutenant governor appoints all committees in the senate and the speaker of the house all committees in the house. In the regular proceedings of the general assembly motions made by members are not seconded but are put directly by the presiding officer, the formality of a second being waived. Sessions in both branches of the general assembly are opened by prayer. No regular chaplains are employed, but ministers from Des Moines and elsewhere over the state are assigned dates for these services and are allowed $5 for each opening prayer. Bills passed are copied (enrolled) by the enrolling clerk of the branch of the general assembly where the bill originates; they are then signed by the president of the senate and speaker of the house in presence of these respective bodies, in open session; then by the governor, if meeting with his approval, and then are filed with the secretary of state. Following adjournment they are printed under the direction of the superintendent of printing.

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OFFICERS OF THE SENATE President—LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR NELSON G. KRASOHEL, Harlan. President Pro Tempore—HAROLD L. IRWIN, Clinton. Secretary—HBDO M. ZACHERLE, Des Moines. Assistant Secretary—WALTER MEIER, Council Bluffs. Reading Clerk—ROBERT C. PHILLIPS, Des Moines. Engrossing Olerk—SARA J. CONLIN, Cascade. Enrolling Clerk—MARGARET MATHIS, Des Moines. Assistant Enrolling Clerk—DORIS WILSON, Manson. Enrolled Bills Clerk—FRANCES CRAWFORD, Des Moines. General Clerk-—RAY R. SHEEHAN, Des Moines. Assistant General Clerk—ROBERT JAMISON, Seymour. Journal Clerk—HELEN BLAKE, Indianola. Assistant Journal Clerk—WILMA WASSMAN, LeMars. BUI Clerk—MAJORIE L. WILKINSON, Mount Ayr. File Clerk—HOWARD O'BRIEN, Independence. Postmistress—MRS. BELLE STREEBT, Ottumwa. Sergeant-at-Arms—WILLIAM C. BOYLE, Dougherty. Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms—NICK COLSCH, Waukon. Chief Doorkeeper—REDFIELD C. MILLS, Redfield. Secretary's Clerk—FRANCES ALIBER, Des Moines. Lieutenant Governor's Clerk—EDNA MAE MONTGOMERY, Panora.

OFFICERS OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Speaker—JOHN H. MITCHELL, Fort Dodge. Speaker Pro Tempore—A. H. BONNSTETTER, West Bend. Chief Clerk—VIRGIL LEKIN, Martinsburg. Assistant Chief Olerk—WM. F. REINECKE, Manchester. Reading Clerk—PHILLIP SHTJTT, Independence. Special Clerk—JENNIE GREGG, Des Moines. Engrossing Clerk—HAZEL SHOWALTER, Cory don. Enrolling Clerk—MARGARET FREE, Spencer. Journal Clerk—RAYMOND BYWATER, Iowa City. Assistant Journal Clerk—GOLDIE PETTERSON, Harlan. Clerk of Enrolled Bills—LOUISE O'CONNOR, Imogene. File Clerk—LEONARD BOOS, Anamosa. BUI Olerk—KENNETH KOCH, Waverly. Assistant Bill and File Clerk—CHARLES SPANGLER, Melvin. Postmaster—FRANK WINTERS, Tipton. Sergeant-at-Arms—OLEY NELSON, Slater. Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms—RAYMOND BREWER, Missouri Valley. Speaker's Clerk—GOLDEN SYLVESTER, Des Moines. Chief Clerk's Clerk—KATHERINE FLYNN, Washington.

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PAUL H. ANDERSON, Harcourt.—Senator from the twenty-seventh district composed of Webster and Calhoun counties, was born September 11, 1890, in Webster county, Iowa, on a farm in Clay township, where he still resides. He has been active in politics for ten years, having been democratic county chairman of Webster county and a candidate for congress from his district. Married Mabel Johnson of Webster county February 17, 1916, and has six children. Mr. Anderson is a liberal in politics and religion and a member of the B. P. O. E. A democrat. DR. CARL ASCHENBRENNER, Pella.—Senator from the fifteenth district composed of Marion and Monroe counties, was born in 1866 in a log cabin in Benton county, Iowa. He was married in the year 1888 to Elizabeth H. Jergens from Will county, Illinois, and they have four children, two boys and two girls. He grew up on a Tama county farm near the town of Dysart and attended public school until seventeen years of age. Graduated from Iowa state college of medicine in 1894, and practiced medicine in Dysart for twelve years; moved to Pella in 1908, where he has since followed his profession. He served in the World war as captain; is a member of the American Legion, the Masonic order, and has been a member of the Welfare league in Pella for sixteen years. Serving his first term in the Senate. A democrat. HOWARD C. BALDWIN, Cascade.—Senator from the thirty-fifth district, Dubuque county, was born at Cascade, Iowa, August 1, 1904, the son of Charles Dunn Baldwin and Frances Fagan Baldwin. A graduate of the Cascade high school and the State University of Iowa. His first business experience after leaving school was with Marshall Field and Company of Chicago. At present he is managing editor of the Cascade Pioneer. Elected at special election to fill vacancy occasioned by the appointment of Matt D. Cooney as member of the board of parole and re-elected November 6, 1934. A democrat. WILLIAM S. BEARDSLEY, New Virginia.—Senator from the eleventh district composed of Clarke and Warren counties, son of William and Carrie Shane Beardsley, born at Beacon, Mahaska county, Iowa, May 13, 1901. Grew to manhood at Birmingham, Van Buren county, Iowa, and graduated from the schools of that place, also a graduate in pharmacy and chemistry. At present engaged in business at New Virginia. Married Charlotte Ellen Manning of Birmingham, Iowa, and has five children: James Blaine, Charlotte Shane, Mary Jane, and Dan Richard, living, one son, William Jr., deceased. Member of several Masonic bodies and I. O. 0. F. Elected to Senate in 1932. Republican caucus chairman of the forty-sixth general assembly. A republican. ANDREW BELL, Denison.—Senator from the thirty-fourth district, comprising Crawford, Monona, and Harrison counties, was born in Aspinwall, Crawford county, Iowa, December 7, 1886. Reared on a farm in the same county, he attended Denison normal college, from which he was graduated in 1909. Later he attended the State University of Iowa and Drake university in Des Moines, being graduated from the law department of Drake university in 1912. He was elected county attorney of Crawford county the same year of his graduation from law, and held that office for twenty years, retiring therefrom to become a candidate for state senator. During his twenty years acting as county attorney, he was also actively engaged in the general practice of law in Denison. He is still engaged in the practice of law in Denison under the firm name of Bell and Level. He was married to Miss Clara Curry of Denison February 12, 1929. Th*y have one son, Robert Andrew. Elected to the senate in 1934. A democrat. JAMES M. BELL, Burlington.—Senator from the ninth district, Des Moines county, was born at New Boston, Mercer county, Illinois, March 28, 1878, the only son of Vashti Willets Bell and Omer H. Bell. For a number of years represented the Bordens Condensed Milk company of New York, as salesman and supervisor of brokers throughout the United States; served as deputy county auditor Des Moines county, Iowa; served two terms as democratic county chairman, 1912-1916; twice elected mayor of Burlington, Iowa, 19161920; member H. Co., Iowa national guard at age fifteen years (with parents' consent).

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Married Julia E. Leake of Burlington in 1925. Twice democratic candidate for congress first congressional district, 1926 and 1928; member Citizens Water Company board, Burlington, Iowa, appointed 1934. Member following fraternal organizations: F. O. Eagles, B. P. O. Elks, I. O. 0. F.t Rebeccas, A. 0. U. W. Encampment. Serving first term in the legislature. A democrat. JOHN P. BERG, Cedar Falls.—Senator from the thirty-eighth district, composed of Black Hawk and Grundy counties, was born at Savanna, Illinois, July 10, 1888. Came to Iowa with his parents in 1894 where they located on a farm. He received his education in the rural and high schools of Iowa, and is a graduate from a school of pharmacy. Is a World war veteran, having had overseas service. Was commander of the American Legion post No. 237. Entered business in 1908, and is at the present time engaged in the drug business in Cedar Falls, Iowa. Married Edyth Schuneman in October, 1920, and has two sons, John Richard and Philip Schuneman. Member of Elks, Masonic lodge, and numerous other lodges and societies. Is interested in activities for municipal and civic welfare. Elected to the senate in 1934. A republican. JOHN W. BILLINGSLET, M. D., Newton—Senator from the twenty-ninth district, Jasper county, was born in Lenexa, Kansas, November 11, 1889. His father was Rev. L. K. Billingsley, a methodist minister. Graduated from East Des Moines high school in 1906; from Simpson college, Indianola, Iowa, in 1910 with the degree of bachelor of arts; and from Western Reserve University school of medicine, Cleveland, Ohio, in 1914 with the degree of M. D. Was an interne in the Iowa Methodist hospital, Des Moines, Iowa, in 1914 and 1915. Was first lieutenant, medical corps, regular army, during World war, serving fifteen months in France and Germany. Has since that time been a member of the surgical staff, Skiff Memorial hospital, Newton, Iowa. In 1915 he married Miss Mabel Smith of Indianola, Iowa, and they have two sons, William Kirke and John Smith. Held no public office until elected to the state senate in 1934. A republican. FRANK C. BYERS, Cedar Rapids.—Senator from the twenty-sixth district, Linn county, was born in Alden, Hardin county, June 20, 1883. Attended public school at Alden and graduated from the Alden high school. Attended Grinnell college. Graduated from the law department of the University of Iowa and admitted to the practice of law in 1904. Married October, 1909, to Myra Lyon of Iowa City. Has three children, Katherine, Ganson L. and Frank C, Jr. Located at Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in 1905, and has practiced law there since that time. Served as assistant city attorney and assistant county attorney. Member of the Cedar Rapids board of education, 1924 to 1933, president of the board for the year ending March, 1928. Member of Mt. Hennon lodge, A. F. & A. M., the Iowa Consistory at Cedar Rapids, El Kahir Temple of the Mystic Shrine, I. 0. O. F., Cedar Rapids chamber of commerce, B. P. O. E.f Cedar Rapids country club, the Phi Delta Phi legal fraternity and Sigma Nu social fraternity. Member of the Episcopal church. Representative from Linn county in the forty-third and forty-fourth general assemblies of Irwa and senator in the forty-fifth, forty-fifth extra and the forty-sixth sessions. A republican. JOHN N. CALHOUN, Keosauqua.—Senator from the second district, composed of Van Buren and Jefferson counties, was born December 2, 1903, at Birmingham, Iowa, the son of O. S. and Ethel N. Calhoun. Raised on a farm adjoining Birmingham and attended Birmingham public schools. Graduated from Parsons college, Fairfield, Iowa, in 1926. Taught in Lockridge, Iowa, high school two years. Graduated from University of Iowa college of law in 1929 and admitted to practice in state and federal courts and entered into active practice with J. C. Calhoun at Keosauqua, Iowa, under the firm name of Calhoun & Calhoun, of which he is still an active member. Married Dorothea C. Rains, June 25, 1929. Member of Acacia and Phi Delta Phi fraternities. Served in forty-fifth and forty-fifth extra sessions. A republican. I. G. CHRYSTAI., Coon Rapids.—Senator from the forty-eighth district composed of Carroll, Greene and Sac counties. Born near Ottumwa, Iowa, 1885. Migrated to Oklahoma with his parents in the early nineties. Engaged in public school work, hotel business, and in commercial traveling. Present occupation, farming. Married Dorothy Garst

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of Coon Rapids, Iowa, in 1919. Three children, Virginia, John and Tom. Elected in 1932 and served in the forty-fifth, forty-fifth extra and forty-sixth general assemblies. A democrat. E. P. COBWIN, Fruitland.—Senator from the twentieth district, composed of Muscatine and Louisa counties, was born in Fruitland township, Muscatine county, Iowa, July 15, 1883. Spent entire life, with the exception of six years, in the retail drug business, in that community. For the past twenty-five years has followed the growing and shipping of Muscatine island products. Received education in Muscatine county, and attended business and normal college. Was marrifed in 1908 to Jessie E. Smith of Chariton, Iowa, and they have two children, Donald and Marjorie. A member of the Methodist Episcopal church, and belongs to all the Masonic orders. Elected to the senate in 1934. A republican. A. CLAIRE DEWEY, Washington.—Senator from the tenth district, composed of Henry and Washington counties, was born in Washington, Iowa, September 1, 1886, the son of Seneca B. Dewey and Elinora Smouse Dewey. Educated in the Washington schools, the Washington academy and graduated from Drake university, department of commerce, in 1906. He was married to Pearle Parke Fox of Washington. In 1908 he became a partner in the Fox and Dewey shoe store of his home city and operated that business successfully for thirteen years. Since that time he has managed his farms and other properties, besides being interested in other business activities. For twenty years he has been identified with state and national conservation work. He has been president of the Washington county chapter of the Will H. Dilg Conservation League of Iowa and is state vice president of this organization. He is a member of the Masonic lodge and also of the First Presbyterian church of Washington. He was one of the organizers of the first congressional district nonpartisan tax league of Iowa. Elected to the senate in 1934. A republican. E. P. DONOHUE, New Hampton.—Senator from the forty-fourth district, composed of Floyd and Chickasaw counties, was born in Johnson county on March 15, 1899. Received early education in the schools of Iowa City and attended the liberal arts college at the State University of Iowa. Graduated from the law college at the State University of Iowa in 1924. World war veteran, serving overseas during the war. In 1924 formed a law partnership with M. E. Geiser, New Hampton, and has practiced law in New Hampton in the law firm of Geiser & Donohue since that time. Served as county attorney in Chickasaw county from 1930 to 1934. Married in June, 1924, to Edna Grimm of Clear Lake, and they have one child, Richard Donohue. Is serving first term in legislature. A republican. JOSEPH E. DOZE, Humeston.—Senator from the fourth district composed of Wayne and Lucas counties, was born on a farm in Decatur county, Iowa, November 18, 1854. His father, Francis K. Doze, was born in France; his mother, Cena Doze, in Indiana. Attended the common schools of the state, taught school several years in the schools of Page and Ringgold counties, and was once nominated for superintendent of schools of Ringgold county. Served two terms as county auditor in Ringgold county. Moved to Humeston, Wayne county, Iowa,, in 1890, where he still resides. Has been a member of the town council and mayor of Humeston several terms. Is married and has one son and one daughter. Elected representative in 1912. R-e-elected in 1914. Elected state senator in 1933, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of the Hon. J. H. Judd. A democrat. T. F. DRISCOLL, Fort Madison.—Senator from the first district, Lee county, was born at Belfast, Iowa, November 18, 1896, of Irish parentage. Educated in grade schools and high school in Farmington, Iowa. Married to Margaret Rita Burke of Argyle, Iowa, and they have two sons and six daughters. World war veteran and belongs to numerous societies and lodges. Engaged in farming and the production of stone products. Elected senator in 1934. A democrat. LEO ELTHON, Fertile.—Senator from the forty-first district, comprising Worth, Winnebago and Mitchell counties, was born in Fertile, Iowa, June 9, 1898, and is now engaged in general farming. He attended the elementary schools at Fertile and graduated from the

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high school there in 1917. Later he attended the Augsburg seminary, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, and Hamilton's University of Commerce, Mason City, Iowa. He taught school during two years, 1918 and 1919, instructing manual training and athletics at Clear Lake, Iowa, and later as principal in the high school at Fertile. He started farming in 1920. His farming operations include truck gardening, pickle processing, and in the winter, cattle and hog feeding. He was married to Synneva Hjelmeland of Fertile, February 28, 1922. and has two sons and three daughters. A republican. MIKE G. FISCH, LeMars.—Senator from the forty-sixth district, composed of Plymouth, Cherokee and Ida counties, was born in Germany in 1892. Immigrated to Keokuk county, Iowa, with his parents while an infant, and was reared on a farm in Keokuk county. Attended country school, and graduated from the Sigourney high school. Attended the State University of Iowa in 1912 and 1913. He has been connected with the clothing business the past seventeen years. Active in American Legion and B. P. 0. Elks. Elected state senator in 1932. A democrat. M. X. GESKE, McGregor.—Senator from the thirty-sixth district, Clayton county, was born at McGregor, Iowa, of German parents. F. F. Geske and Sophia Geske, both having migrated to the United States from Germany. He is a member of a family of fourteen and was raised on a farm and graduated from the McGregor high school. Clerked in a country store and taught country schools and with the earnings attended and graduated from the Valparaiso normal school at Valparaiso, Indiana, in 1893, after which he taught in the public schools at Windom, Minnesota, and was superintendent of schools at Lake Crystal, Minnesota, and then attended the University of Minnesota for a period of two years. Later read law with D. D. Murphy at Elkader, Iowa, and graduated from the law school at Drake university at Des Moines, Iowa, and has been in the practice of law at McGregor since his admission to the bar. He has served as a member of the public school board at McGregor, one time president of said board; also served as councilman and mayor of the town of McGregor from time to time. He was county attorney of Clayton county, Iowa, for two terms and was elected to the senate in 1932. A democrat. SAM D. GOBTSOH, Decorah.—Senator from the forty-second district, composed of Howard and Winneshiek counties, was born in Sheboygan county, Random Lake, Wisconsin, in 1879 of German parentage. At the age of thirteen years moved to Mower county, Minnesota, with parents. Married to Hannah Bush of Mower county, Minnesota, and they reared a family of eight children, six girls and two boys. Moved to Winneshiek county, Iowa, in 1924 to the city of Decorah, Iowa, and resided there since. Main occupation has been farming and real estate business and some years in the general mercantile business. Was elected to the senate in 1934. A democrat. H. J. GRUNEWALD, Van Home.—Senator from forty-fifth district, composed of Benton and Tama counties, was born on a farm near Blairstown, Iowa. Attended Northern Indiana normal school for three years at Valparaiso, Indiana. Married Gertrude Helen Giesecke of St. Louis in 1913 and has two sons, John, 20, attending Iowa State college; Henry, 17, graduate of Blairstown high school; and twin daughters, Marie and Emma, 14, attending Blairstown high school. Has engaged in farming since 1900. Became a master farmer in 1930. Serving first term in senate. A democrat. VINCENT F. HARRINGTON, Sioux City.—Senator from the thirty-second district, was born on May 16, 1903, in Sioux City, Iowa, the son of Thomas F. Harrington and Maria (O'Leary) Harrington. Attended Cathedral grammar school, Sioux City, Iowa, Trinity college academy, Sioux City, Iowa, and the University of Notre. Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, where he was graduated in June, 1925, from the college of liberal arts. Following graduation, he was employed by Columbia university at Portland, Oregon, as instructor in history, economics and athletic director. In 1927 he returned to Sioux City, where he associated with his father in the Continental Mortgage company as treasurer and assistant manager. On June 7, 1929, he was married to Catherine O'Connor of Homer, Nebraska* They have two daughters, Catherine Tim and Patricia Ann. Elected senator in 1932. A democrat.

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GEORGE M. HOPKINS, Guthrie Center.—Senator from the seventeenth district, comprising Audubon, Dallas and Guthrie counties, waB born October 16, 1866, in Bear Grove, Iowa. He was educated in the rural schools and the Guthrie county high school, the Western Normal college at Shenandoah, Iowa, and the Valparaiso Normal school, Valparaiso, Indiana. He taught four years in the rural schools of Iowa and Nebraska, served seven years as principal of the Bassett village schools, eight years as county superintendent of Rock county, Nebraska, twelve years as president of the township school board and eleven years on the county board of education. He was married in 1894 to Anna Laura Green of Kirkwood, Nebraska. They have five children: Margie, Mark, Macey, Dorothy, and Donald. He has always taken an active part in politics and in the public welfare work of his community. He was elected representative in 1926, 1928, and 1930, and senator in 1932. A republican. HOMER H U S H , Essex.—Senator from the eighth district, composed of Mills and Montgomery counties, was born July 14, 1889, in West township, Montgomery county, Iowa, on the farm which he now owns and operates. His parents settled in Montgomery county at an early time. He was educated in the schools of Montgomery county and at Simpson college. In 1910 he married Ada M. Fryrear of Mills county, and they have three boys, Howard, Clarence and Merle. Mr. Hush was elected representative from Montgomery county in 1928 and 1930 and was elected to the senate in 1932. A republican. ORA E. HUSTED, Truro.—Senator from the sixteenth district, composed of Adair and Madison counties, was born in Ohio township, Madison county, March 20, 1876. Has spent his entire life except seven years in the community in which he now resides, receiving his education in the schools of that county. Was married January 23, 1899, to Etna E. Kale, and to this union were born four children: Cresley, Esther, Merrill, and Maurice. , Maurice died at the age of four years. A member of the Methodist Episcopal church, having served on the official board for more than thirty years. A member of the county and state Sunday school associations. Has given Sunday school talks in almost every church in Madison county and in a great many churches in adjoining counties, often being called on to fill the pulpit for pastors of his county. Active in Hi. Y. and boys' club work. Active in farm bureau and local activities. Rendered a great many years of service on township school boards. Was on local finance board during World war. He was reared on a farm and has always been actively engaged in farming and stock raising. Elected as representative from Madison county in 1930 and as senator in 1932. A republican. H. L. IRWIN, DeWitt.—Senator from the twenty-second district, Clinton county, was born on a farm near Belle Plaine, Iowa, May 15, 1897. Educated in grade schools, graduated from high school in Belle Plaine, Iowa. Served in the field artillery, officers' training camp in Zachary, Kentucky, during the World war. B. A. degree, 1919; graduate of college of law with L»L. B. degree, 1921, from State University of Iowa. Attended University of Michigan. Married to Helen Muriel Shoesmith of Guthrie Center, Iowa, 1921. Practiced in the city of Cedar Rapids for a period of about one year after graduation from the state university, and thereafter practiced law in Clinton county in the town of Grand Mound, and the city of DeWitt, Iowa. Member of the state bar association, P. A. D.* law fraternity, Phi Kappa Sigma literary fraternity, and Masonic and K. P. orders. Church preference, Methodist. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Irwin, Belle Plaine, Iowa. One daughter, Marjorie Ellyn, born June 15, 1930. Elected senator in 1930 and re-elected in 1934. A democrat. DAVID W. KIMBERLY, Davenport.—Senator from the twenty-first district, Scott county, was born in Deadwood, S. D., August 6, 1878. When he was six months old his parents moved back to West Liberty, Muscatine county. He has lived on the farm most of his life, receiving his education at the West Liberty, Springdale high school and Bryant Strattons business college of Chicago. He was married to Elsie King, of Chicago. He is a member of the Mystic Shrine, Knights Templar, Scottish Rite, Mohassan Grotto, Eastern Star, Elks, Eagles, Odd Fellows and Turner society. Was elected representative in 1914 and re-elected in 1916, and to the senate in 1918, 1922, 1926, 1930 and 1934. A republican.

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IRVING H. KNUDSON, Ellsworth.—Senator from the thirty-seventh district. (Biography appears elsewhere as a member of the state highway commission.) CHARLES E. MALONE, Atlantic.—Senator from the eighteenth district, composed of Cass and Shelby counties, was born on a farm in Cass county, Iowa, October 24, 1881. Attended country school in that county. He has been interested in growing and exhibiting of purebred seed corn and grains for over thirty years, and served as assistant superintendent of the Iowa department of agriculture at World's fair at St. Louis, Missouri, in 1903. Married to Edna E. Harris, April 18, 1906, and has two sons: Claude and Cecil. Engaged in farming and operating seed store. Served as county treasurer for two terms, and as county supervisor for three terms in Cass county. Was chosen by Dante Pierce, editor Iowa Homestead, to represent farmers of middle west in Chicago in 1931 at the installation of new equipment of C, R. I. & P. R. R. Elected as representative from Cass county at the 1930 and 1932 elections and to the senate in 1934. A democrat. EUGENE I. ( D A N ) MASON, Brooklyn.—Senator from the twelfth district, composed of Poweshiek and Keokuk counties, born on a farm five miles east of Brooklyn, May 6, 1879. Parents, E. H. and Sarah E. (Manatt) Mason. Attended rural school and high school at Brooklyn, later attended college. After leaving college became a commercial traveler for twenty-five years, and then returned to the farm home. Married Rae H. Lynch, Phillipsburg, Kansas, and has one daughter, Faithe Wyvonne. Was elected to senate November, 1934. A democrat. W M . MCARTHUR, Mason City.—Senator from the forty-third district, composed of Cerru Gordo, Franklin, and Hancock counties, was born in Cerro Gordo county, July 15, 1886. Attended country school and graduated in animal husbandry at Iowa State college in 1910 and given professional master degree in 1923. Member, Adelante fraternity and Alpha Zeta honorary agricultural fraternity, and the winning college corn judging team of 1908. Married December 5, 1911, to Avice L. O'Neill, Clear Lake, Iowa, and has three children: Dan Neil, Avice L., and Maxine. Managed large group of farms in Oklahoma, 1910 to 1914, and since then engaged in general farming and livestock feeding five miles northeast of Mason Cty, Iowa. Also specializes in seed corn, soybeans, and polled Hereford cattle. Originator of Golden King seed corn. He has judged corn and livestock at numerous county, district, and state shows and has served several years as secretary of township school board and member county board of education. Has been director of farm bureau and cooperative elevator and director and president of the North Iowa fair. Honored by Wallaces' Farmer in 1926 by selection to first group of master farmers. He is also president of the Mason City Livestock Shipping association; director of the Iowa Cooperative Livestock Shippers association; director of the Iowa Beef Producers association; director of the American Polled Hereford Breeders association; president of the American Farmers Mutual Auto Insurance company; member of Mason City Rotary club and a member of the Congregational church. Serving first term in the senate. A democrat. L. H. MEYER, Readlyn.—Senator from the thirty-ninth district, composed of Bremer and Butler counties, was born on a farm ne?;r Readlyn, Bremer county, Iowa, December 17, 1876, where he attended public schools. He was married to Mary Rohrssen in 1899. To this union three children were born, only one living to maturity, Paul L., of Readlyn. Due to ill health they moved to the town of Readlyn in 1906, where they have since resided. He is engaged in the livestock ar u grain business and has held numerous town and township offices. He served on the questionnaire board during the World war. He is a Lutheran in faith and is serving his first term in the legislature. A democrat. HENRY D. MILLER, Morley.—Senator from the twenty-fourth district, composed of Cedar and Jones counties, born near Morley, Iowa, January 7, 1867, where he has lived all his life excepting the years from 1917 to 1926, when his business called him to live in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He was distributor for the Buick Motor company during the years 1910 to 1926, and has the distinction of being the only man or firm who shipped automobiles by the train load into the state of Iowa. Besides his farming business, he conducted a general store at Morley for a period of fourteen years, also has been interested in the banking busi-

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ness during these years, and has built up and at this time maintains one of the largest and most select herd of pure bred Aberdeen Angus cattle in the world, and ho is the largest individual farmer in Jones or Cedar counties. Elected to the senate in 1932. A democrat. PAUL L. MIDLHONE, Clarinda.—Senator from the seventh district, composed of Page and Fremont counties, was born in Page county, Iowa, December 8, 1892. He was educated in the public schools of Page county, Iowa, and graduated from Simpson college, Indianola, Iowa, and from Western Reserve law school of Cleveland, Ohio. He has practiced law in Shenandoah and Clarinda, Iowa, since 1922. He was county attorney of Page county from 1925 to 1931. He was married to Margaret Griffith of ©es Moines, Iowa, jn June, 1926, and has three children: Martha Mary, Margaret Ruth, and John Paul. He is a member of Alpha Tau Omega college fraternity, Phi Delta Phi law fraternity, the Masonic lodge, and the Presbyterian church. Elected representative in 1930, re-elected in 1932, and elected as senator in 1934. A republican. M. MOORE, Walnut.—Senator from the nineteenth district, Pottawattamie county, was born in Washington county, Iowa, September 11, 1874. Father, Dr. E. B. Moore, physician. Mother, Elizabeth (Watters) Moore. Moved to Harlan, Iowa, in 1878, and attended Harlan public schools. Graduated from John A. Creighton medical college in 190*.. Located in Walnut, Iowa, in 1902 and has been a resident of Walnut and of Pottawattamie county since that time, engaged in the active practice of medicine and surgery. He is a member of the city council, board of education, commercial club of Walnut, and the Morro Lodge No. 559, A. F. & A. M., B. P. O. E. Lodge No. 445, Atlantic, and of the county, state and American medical associations. Married Cora F. Backus in 1905 and has two daughters: Mary Lou, an instructor in public school music in Walnut, and Betty Jane, a recent high school graduate. Elected to the senate in 1932. A democrat. THOMAS W. MULLANBY, Waukon.—Senator from the fortieth district, composed of Allamakee and Fayette counties, born March 26, 1883, on a farm near Waukon, Iowa. Received early education in rural schools and attended Waukon business college and studied law. Occupation, farmer, stock breeder, and auctioneer. Married November 27, 1923, to Mary A. Lydon of Postville, Iowa, and family consists of four children: Mary, Lorretta, Ellen, Thomas W., Jr. Serving first term in the senate. A democrat. FRED W. NELSON, Nevada.—Senator from the thirty-first district, composed of Boone and Story counties, was born April 7, 1886, in Story county, Iowa. He received his early education in the rural schools and later at Highland Park college at Des Moines, and at Iowa State college. Was married to Edna R. Smith, February 22, 1911, and has four children: Avis Vere, Richard F., Robert L.f and Donald L. Served as township clerk eighteen years, as board member of the Story county farm bureau four years, treasurer three years, and president three years. He is a member of the Nevada lodge No. 99, A. F. and A. M., and was master of that order in 1926, and is also member of O. E. S. Served as a member and president of the North Grant consolidated school board, and is board member of the Farmers Elevator company and Farmers Grain Dealers association of Iowa. Former member of Nevada Rotary club. Awarded master farmer medal, January 13, 1927. Member of Lutheran church. Elected representative in 1928 and 1930 and senator in 1932. A republican. GEORGE L. PARKER, Independence.—Senator from thirty-third district, including Delaware and Buchanan counties, was born in Independence, lewa, July 31, 1879. Graduate of Independence high school and attended Drake university. Married, August 30, 1901, to Maude Lincoln and has three children: Thomas, George and Margaret. Druggist in Independence thirty-two years. Member of Masonic lodge. Serving first term. A republican. G. W. PATTERSON, Burt.—Senator from the forty-seventh district, including Emmet, Palo Alto, Clay, Dickinson and Kossuth counties, was born at Burt, Iowa, September 4, 1887, of Scotch parentage. Graduate of Burt high school. Graduated from Iowa State college, animal husbandry department, 1909. Married December 2b, 1913, to Miss Eva

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M. Stensrud, Lake Mills, Iowa. Has three children: Donald W., Virginia Mae, and Kenneth Howard. Business, farming and stock feeding. Elected to house of representatives, 1922; re-elected in 1924 and 1926. Elected senator in 1928; re-elected 1932. A republican. CAROLYN CAMPBELL PENDRAY, Maquoketa.—Senator from the twenty-third district, Jackson county, was born at Mt. Pleasant, Iowa, the daughter of the late Thomas Franklin Campbell and Harriett Emily Dutton. Her professional record of twenty years' teaching includes seven years as county superintendent of schools of Henry county and the teaching of methods in summer school sessions at Iowa Wesleyan college. She is the wife af W. J. Pendray, a merchant of Maquoketa, to whom she was married in 1920. An active worker in the democratic party, for years a member of the state central committee serving as chairwoman in the second congressional district. A member of the Congregational church, P. E. O. society, Outlook study club, B. & P. W. league. She served as representative in forty-third and forty-fourth, and as senator in forty-fifth, forty-fifth extra, and forty-sixth general assemblies. First woman to be elected to the Iowa legislature. A democrat. CHRIS REESE, Marshalltown.—Senator from the twenty-eighth district, Marshall county, was born in Hovedgaard, Denmark, June 21, 1881. He came to the United States with his parents in 1891. High school education. Has been identified with the newspaper business since 1906, editing the Linn Grove Independent, the Remsen News, the Carroll Times, and the Marshalltownian at Marshalltown, Iowa. Was married September 14, 1902, to Jennie Pearl Rucker at Alta, Iowa. They have four children: Marian, James, Creston, and Donald. Serving first term in the legislature. A democrat. GARRITT E. ROELOFS, Sioux Center.—Senator from the forty-ninth district, including Lyon, O'Brien, Osceola and Sioux counties, was born at Prinsburg, Kandiyohi county, Minnesota, June 6, 1900, of Dutch descent parents, Evert Jans Roelofs and Jessie de Vries. Graduated from country school, Calvin preparatory school, Grand Rapids, Michigan, in 1918, and Calvin college, in 1921; attended University of Minnesota 1919, University of Michigan 1922. Married in 1921 to Henrietta Ryskamp, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and they have two sons: Wallace Gerald and Rodman Glenn. He was principal of Christian grammar school at Edgerton, Minnesota, for two years; taught English literature for one year at Christian high school, Holland, Michigan; taught history at Western academy, Hull, Iowa, for eight years, the last four years serving as headmaster. Since 1930 he has been joint publisher and editor of the Sioux Center News, Sioux Center, Iowa. Member of American Legion and Christian Reformed church. Serving first term in the legislature. A republican. W. SCHMIDT, Iowa City.—Senator from the twenty-fifth district, composed of Iowa and Johnson counties, was born in Iowa City forty-eight years ago and has always lived there. Graduate of St. Mary's high school. Attended engineering college, State University of Iowa, 1904 and 1905. Has been in the iron and steel business since 1906. Member of Knights of Columbus and of the Elks. Elected to the senate in 1932. A democrat. L. T. SHANGLE, Oskaloosa.—Senator from the fourteenth district, Mahaska county, was born on a farm in Mahaska county, March 18, 1863, and was educated in the public schools of that county and at Penn college in Oskaloosa. He was admitted to the bar in May, 1889. He removed to Grand Island, Nebraska, in 1890, returning to Oskaloosa in 1895, where he has since lived. Elected senator in 1932. A democrat. Ai/BERT J. SHAW, Pocahontas.—Senator from the fiftieth district, composed of Buena Vista, Humbotdt and Pocahontas counties, was born in Wisconsin, son of P. J. and Jennie A. Shaw. Moved to Iowa with parents when five years of age. Educated at Cornell college and Drake university. A lawyer and served as county attorney 1910-1920. Trustee Buena Vista college. Elected senator in 1934. A republican.

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CLAUDE STANLEY, Corning.—Senator from the sixth district, composed of Adams and Taylor counties, was born on a farm near Milo, Iowa, sixty-two years ago. He received his early education in a country school and graduated from Corning academy at Corning, Iowa, in 1892. Taught school 1892-1898 and was principal of school at Carlisle, Iowa, 1896-1897. During time he taught school he studied law, attending Drake university during the summer terms and graduated from that school in 1900 with degree of LL. B., and since that time he has practiced his profession at Corning as a member of the law firm of Stanley & Stanley. Served as city attorney from 1902-1904, county attorney from 1904-1908, and as member of school board, of which he was president from 1927-1932. He has been active in military affairs, serving in war with Spain in 51st Iowa infantry, in the national guard of Iowa from 1900 to 1917, and in the 168th infantry in Rainbow division as major and lieutenant colonel during World war. Now holds rank of colonel in reserve and commands 350th infantry. He was married in 1902 to Laura E. Stephenson of Corning, Iowa, and they have two sons, C. M. and A. E. He is a member of the Methodist church, Masonic lodge and American Legion. Elected to the senate in 1932. A republican. FRANK M. STEVENS, Garden Grove.—Senator from the fifth district, consisting of Decatur, Ringgold and Union counties. (Biography appears elsewhere as a member of the board of control.) ROY E. STEVENS, Ottumwa.—Senator from the thirteenth district, Wapello county, was born on a farm in Wapello county, January 8, 1878, and attended the local schools. In 1902 he succeeded his father in the retail shoe business in Ottumwa, Iowa, in which business he is still engaged. Married Marie Van de Ven in 1907 and has one daughter, Martha. Has also been engaged in farming since 1912, specializing in dairy farming. Was president of the chamber of commerce and retail merchants of Ottumwa. Was president of the Iowa retail shoe dealers association. Has been chairman of Wapello county good roads committee for several years and has been very active in the work of bringing about the good roads program not only in Wapello county but in the state of Iowa. Served as member of legislative interim committee on reduction of public expense in 1931 and 1932. Member of Presbyterian church, a Mason and member of Rotary club of Ottumwa. Elected to the senate in 1930. A democrat. JOHN K. VALENTINE, Centerville.—Senator from the third district, composed of Davis and Appanoose counties, was born at Oskaloosa, Iowa, February 5, 1904. Received early education in Centerville, Iowa, public schools and graduated from University of Wisconsin in 1926 and from law college of University of Iowa in 1929. Formed a partnership in 1929 with his father, H. E. Valentine, and has since been engaged in the practice of law at Centerville. Elected senator in 1932. A democrat. GEO. A. WILSON, Des Moines.—Senator from the thirtieth district, Polk county. Born on a farm in Adair county. Youngest son of James H. Wilson and Martha G. Wilson. Married Mildred Zehner, December 8, 1921. Graduated from Menlo high school, attended college at Grinnell, graduate of the law school of the State University of Iowa in 1907. Began practicing law immediately in the city of Des Moines. Was elected county attorney for one term. Served as judge of the district court of Polk county, Iowa, for a period of over two years, resigning from this position to again enter the practice of law. Hlected to the senate in 1926, 1930, and re-elected in 1934. A republican.

BIOGKAPHIES OF STATE EEPKESENTATIVES GUSTAVE AiiESCH, Marcus.—Representative from Plymouth county, was born in Luxemburg in 1877, and was educated in the public schools of Plymouth county. He is a member of the Catholic church and a member of the Knights of Columbus. He came to the United States when 18 years of age. He was united in marriage to Justine Kass, to which union seven children were born. After his marriage, he first farmed in Plymouth county, then moved to Kansas, where he farmed three years, returning to Plymouth county, where he purchased a farm near Remeen, which

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he and his family now occupy. He has been secretary of the Farmers' Elevator Company of Marcus, and secretary-treasurer of the Shippers' Association. He is now president of the Co-operative Community Oil Company of Marcus, and president of the rural independent school district of Remsen. Mr. Alesch served as a member of the Plymouth county board of supervisors for six years. Serving second term in the legislature. A democrat. AMPLIAS HALE AVERT, Spencer.—Representative from Clay county, was born in a one-room log house on a farm near Excelsior, Richland county, Wisconsin, May 20th, 1870. After completing the work in the rural schools of his home county, he moved to Osage, Iowa, where he attended Cedar Valley seminary for several years. In 1889, he moved to South Dakota, where he taught in the rural schools, and in the town schools of Ashton and Woonsocket. He moved to Spencer, Iowa, in 1901, being superintendent of city schools there until 1915, when he resigned to go into the life insurance business which he has since followed. He married first Grace Cornwall (deceased). To this union was born one child, Theta Avery Tucker, of Minneapolis, Minnesota. He married again to Grace Dunham, and to this union three children were born, Margaret Avery Dunning, who died February 8, 1931, Alden D., and Barbara. He was a member of the 44th general assembly and was elected September 26th, 1933, to fill a vacancy in the 45th general assembly. Re-elected in 1934. A republican. CHARLES C. AYRES, JR., Ottumwa.—Representative from Wapello county, was born in Ottumwa, Iowa, August 21, 1906. His parents, Charles C. Ayres and Nellie (Fullen) Ayres, were pioneer residents of Iowa, having been born in Agency, Iowa. When he was five his parents moved to Chicago, where he and his brother Harold attended the public schools. At sixteen years of age he graduated from the Wheaton high school at Wheaton, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago, where his parents resided. Upon graduation he accepted a position with the Great Northern Life Insurance Company and worked both in the office and as a general agent on the sales force. Following in the footsteps of his father he decided to take up law as a profession and came back to Ottumwa where he read law with Lloyd L. Duke, and in June, 1932, passed the state bar examination at Iowa City, Iowa. He immediately opened a law office at Ottumwa, and has been in the active practice there ever since. He iB a member of the Methodist Episcopal church. Serving his first term in the legislature. He is unmarried. A democrat. A. H. BAUMHOVEK, Carroll.—Representative from Carroll county, was born on a farm in that county, October 5, 1893. Attended the rural schools and high school of Carroll. Is engaged in farming. Was married in June, 1917, to Josephine Kanne and they have seven children; Denis, Alfred, Leola, Margaret, Ruth, Richard and Rita. He has always been actively interested in community affairs, having been president of the county farm bureau and a member of the county corn-hog control association. Member of Catholic church and Knights of Columbus. Serving first term in legislature. A democrat. MARTIN E. BENZ, Lawler.—Representative from Chickasaw county, was born May 5, 1884, on a farm near Lawler, Iowa. He married Miss Margaret C. Lundby of Harlan, Iowa, May 7, 1915. Their family consists of one daughter, Maurine. Mr. Benz spent twenty-eight years in Canton, South Dakota, in the meat business, and for six years has engaged in farming in Chickasaw county, Iowa. He is a member of the Lutheran church and the Masonic lodge. Elected representative in 1934. A republican. LEWIS BLATTSPIELER, Manly.—Representative from Worth county, was born at Ackley, Iowa, July 29, 1886. Educated in the Ackley public schools and a graduate of the Highland Park college school of pharmacy, Des Moines. Married to Miss Amelia Halstad, August 18, 1915, and has three children, two girls and one boy. Is a member of the English Lutheran church and the Masonic order, including the Shrine.

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He is now engaged in the drug business in Manly, Iowa. house of representatives in 1934. A democrat.

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ROBERT D. BLUE, Eagle Grove.—Representative from Wright county, was born in Eagle Grove, Iowa on September 24, 1898. Educated in the public schools of Eagle Grove, the Iowa State College, and the college of law at Drake university. Has engaged in the active practice of law at Eagle Grove since 1922, served as county attorney of Wright county from October 6, 1924 to January 1, 1931, and as city attorney of Eagle Grove. Alternate delegate to the republican national convention in Chicago in 1932. Married to Cathlene Beale of Tama and has two children, Barbara and Donald. Member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi Alpha Delta fraternities, Masonic lodge and Methodist church. A republican. A. H. BONNSTETTER, West Bend.—Representative from Kossuth county, was born on a farm near West Bend, Iowa, November 20, 1892. He was educated in the schools of this locality and took a two-year normal course at Highland Park college. He taught in the public schools of Iowa three years and completed four years of work at Valparaiso university, Valparaiso, Indiana. In August, 1919, he was married to Miss Charlotte Anderegg. They have one son, Rex. About the time of his marriage Mr. Bonnstetter went back to farming. He has since acquired and is managing a pure bred herd of dairy cattle. An active supporter of farm organizations. He has been serving on the school board for a number of years and is a member of the Masonic order. Elected to state legislature in 1930, 1932 and 1934. A democrat. Li. C. BOWERS, Kent.—Representative from Union county, was born in Henry county, Iowa, September 3, 1867. Educated in rural schools, high school and Iowa State Teachers college. Taught as principal of Iowa town schools for twelve years and entered the mercantile business in Kent, Iowa, in 1900, continuing to the present. Married in 1906 to Alta M. Toland, and has one son, Virgil L. Actively identified in his home community first as school treasurer, then as secretary for twenty-five years. A member of the Union county board of education from the time of the enactment of the law creating that body to the present. Republican precinct committeeman twentyfive years. Member of the I. O. O. F., representing that order in grand lodge six years and serving one year as grand conductor of the order. Elected representative in 1932 and reelected in 1934. A republican. DON W. BURINGTON, Sioux City.—Representative from Woodbury county, was born at Pocahontas, Iowa, October 25, 1909. He attended Morningside college in Sioux City and graduated from the State University of Iowa law college in 1931, and he is now practicing law in Sioux City. He was president of the junior chamber of commerce of Sioux City in 1933, and received the nation junior of commerce distinguished service award in 1934. He is unmarried and a member of the Methodist church. Serving first term in the legislature. A democrat. J. R. CAMPBELL, Osceola.—Representative from Clarke county, was born in Marian county, West Virginia, April 20, 1881. Father having died in 1882, moved with mother and sister to a farm in Clarke county, Iowa, in the spring of 1888. With exception of about five years, has lived in Clarke county since that time. Was married in 1905 to Luella M. Cannon, a Clarke county teacher. Has two daughters, Helen and Virginia. Attended Simpson school of business, Indianola, Iowa, and taught one year in same school and later in business schools in Maryville, Missouri, and DeSoto, Missouri. Returned to Iowa in 1906 to engage in office work and later was traveling salesman for about eighteen years. Was member and president of Osceola school board and -at present is engaged in life insurance business. A member of Christian church. Serving first term. A republican. MARLEY D. CLARK, Mt. Vernon.—Representative from Linn county, the son of Oliver and Barbara Clark, was born in Linn county. His paternal grandfather came to the county in 1837, with William Abbe, who was the first settler to bring his family

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into the county. He has spent his entire life on the same farm on which he was born with the exception of three years, one year of which was spent in travel in the United States, and two of which he was salesman for the Austin Western Company, selling road machinery. At one time he owned one of the best herds of shorthorn cattle and poland china hogs in eastern Iowa. Received his education in the public schools and business courses. Has always been active in civic and patriotic organizations. Married in 1929 to Byrd Snyder of Cedar Rapids. Attends Presbyterian church. Serving first term in the legislature. A democrat.

HARRY F. COPELAND, Waukee.—Representative from Dallas county, was born on a farm near Chenoa, McLean county, Illinois. He attended country schools in Illinois; moved to Waukee, Dallas county, Iowa, in 1894. Was married March 24, 1904, to Abbie E. Jones, who passed away January 6, 1926. They had two children, Wilma A. and Ralph C. Has been actively engaged in farming and stock feeding since moving to Iowa. Member of the county board of supervisors for two terms. Served as representative in the forty-second, forty-second extra and forty-sixth general assemblies. A democrat. W. H. CRAMER, Emerson.—Representative from Mills county, was born in Warren county, Illinois, November 27, 1870. Came to Iowa with parents, January 1, 1880, where they located on a farm in Pottawattamie county. He married Lizzie Reynolds December 23, 1894, and they have three children: Alva, Earl, and one daughter, Mrs. Gayle Greenwood. Moved to a farm in Mills county, March 1, 1900, and has been a farmer practically all his life. Has also been an auctioneer for thirty-five years. He sold the farm in the spring of 1930, and since that time has been engaged in the insurance and real estate business together with his auctioneering. He has held county and school offices and was mayor of Emerson for five years and resigned that office to attend the forty-sixth general assembly. Serving his first term in the legislature A democrat. JAMBS E. CBAVEN, Kellogg.—Representative from Jasper county, was born on a farm near Kellogg, Jasper county, Iowa, September 6, 1866. His parents were both born in the state of New York, coming to Iowa in the early sixties. After leaving the country school he took a three-year course in Hazel Dell academy, at Newton, Iowa. Is engaged in farming, stock raising and various other occupations. Was married to Miss Julia Smith of Poweshiek county, Iowa, December 14, 1892. Haa four children, two boys and two girls. Served as representative in the thirty-sixth, forty-fourth, forty-fifth and forty-fifth extra general assemblies and re-elected to the forty-sixth. A democrat. JESSE E. CUNDY, Cedar Falls .^-Representative from Black Hawk county, one of a family of eleven children, was born March 23, 1876, on a farm in Taylor county, near Corning, Iowa. Received his education in the rural schools, the Iowa State Teachers college and the University of Arkansas. On December 25, 1902, he married Minnie L. Newton of Newell, Iowa, to which union was born Dorothy Jean (deceased), Mrs. Carol Walden, Lyons, Nebraska, John and Annabel at home. Mr. Cundy began teaching school in 1894, and has acted in the capacity of rural school teacher, city superintendent, county superintendent, consolidated school superintendent and instructor in Iowa State Teachers college. A member of the Methodist church. The only democrat ever to be elected to the legislature from Black Hawk county. Elected in 1934. A democrat. JOHN CUNNINGHAM, Humboldt.—Representative from Humboldt county, was born on a farm, February 28, 1870, at Meriden, Illinois. Came to Humboldt county February, 1881. Attended public schools and lived on a farm. Attended Northern Illinois normal school and Dixon business college 1887 to 1892. Taught school in Humboldt

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and Webster counties, Iowa, 1892 to 1893. Operated a farmers cooperative creamery at Badger, Iowa, 1894. Farmed in Humboldt county, 1895 to 1900. Held the offices of township trustee, township assessor and member of school board in Beaver township, Humboldt county, Iowa. Elected county auditor of Humboldt county in 1900. Served as county attorney of Humboldt county; member of town council of Humboldt; mayor of town council of Humboldt; member of school board of Humboldt; member of exemption board for Humboldt county during war. Admitted to the bar and practiced law in Humboldt since 1907. Married, 1893, to Anna Johnson of Humboldt county, Iowa, and has eight children—four boys and four girls. A Congregationalism Mason and Odd Fellow. Serving first term in the legislature. A republican. PAUL H. CUNNINGHAM, Des Moines.—Representative from Polk county, was born on a farm in Indiana county, Pennsylvania, June 15, 1890. A graduate of the University of Michigan. Married, has three children, Paul Harvey, Jr., Edward Plummer and Harriet Sarah. Wife's name Gail Walter. A lawyer. Member of the law firm of Cunningham and Scott of Des Moines, Iowa. A world war veteran. Serving second term in the legislature. A republican. GLENN CUBITS, Cherokee.—Representative from Cherokee county, was born and raised on the farm he now operates, February 8, 1893, son of M. H. and Jane G. Curtis. His educational training was received in the rural schools of the county, high school at Cherokee, Iowa, and college at the University of Oregon. Mr. Curtis has been active in community affairs, being chairman of Pilot township school board for many years, and chairman of the Cherokee county corn-hog control association in its initial year of operation. He married Bessie Rebecca Hagan in 1914, to whom were born four children, William 20, Josephine 18, Dale 16, and Charlotte 12. He is a member of the Methodist church, and was elected to the legislature in 1934. A democrat. DAVID A. DANCER, Lamoni.—Representative from Decatur county, was born at Lamoni, October 7, 1896, the son of David and Anna A. Dancer, pioneer Decatur county residents. He attended the public schools of Lamoni and was graduated from the State University of Iowa in 1917. He spent twenty-two months in the army holding a commission as first lieutenant. Has been actively engaged in live stock raising and farming since March 1, 1919. Married to Florence Messerli of West Union in November, 1917, and they have three daughters, Jane, Alice and Jo Ann. Charter member of Ralph A. Judson post of American Legion at Lamoni. Served on town council eight years. Member of board of directors of Farmers Grain and Seed company; president Decatur county wheat association; chairman of board, Lamoni co-op, creamery association. Serving first term in legislature. A republican. HARRY E. DANIELS, Churdan—Representative from Greene county, was born in Somerset county, Pennsylvania, November 18, 1867. Was married March 1, 1893, to Cora B. Warner. He has two boys, Robert and Walter. He was born and raised on a farm, and was engaged in the nursery business for ten years in Somerset county. From there he moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where he entered into the jewelry business with his brother. He remained there until twenty-five years ago at which time he moved to Greene county, Iowa and he has resided there since that time. He served as mayor for two years and was active in all civic and progressive affairs. He is a member of I. O. O. F. and Rebecca lodges, Order of Eastern Star, Masonic lodge and Shrine. Serving first term in the legislature. A republican. B E N B. DORAN, Grand Junction.—Representative from Boone county, was born in Beaver, Iowa, March 24, 1884, being one of thirteen children born to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Doran. Was educated in the public school of Beaver, and attended the University of Iowa for one year. Enlisted in the army at Des Moines, Iowa, August 12, 1918, and discharged at Fort McArthur, California, as supply sergeant in battery D, 19th regiment A. A., in December of the same year. Was married June 6, 1923, to

BIOGEAPHIES OF STATE REPRESENTATIVES Elizabeth Harker of Grand Junction, Iowa. They have five children, three sons and two daughters. A farmer, stock raiser and feeder. Member of the farm bureau and the American Legion. Served in the forty-fifth, forty-fifth special, forty-sixth general assemblies. A republican. WILLIAM J. DREESSEN, Breda.—Representative of Crawford county, was born in Crawford county August 19, 1890. He received his education in the common schools, and was united in marriage to Miss Wilhelmina Groen of Crawford county, March 12, 1913. To this union six children were born, Alfred W., Marvin R., Leonard H'., Dorothy Jane, Norma Elaine and Donna Bell. He has been engaged in farming all his life, held office of assessor of Jackson township for a term of six years, and now holds the office of democratic committeeman of Jackson township in Crawford county. He is a member of the Presbyterian church, and a member of the Masonic order. He has been president of the Crawford County Farmers Union for the past eight years. Serving his second term in the legislature. A democrat. ELMOBE A. ELLIOTT, Des Moines.—Representative from Polk county, was born on a farm near Louisville, Kentucky, and spent the early years of his life farming. Worked his way through school, entering Westfield college, Westfield, Illinois, at the age of 23, where he spent two years, later entering Old Western college at Toledo, Iowa, where he finished his education. Married Lola Shepherd of Des Moines. Elected a member of the city council of Des Moines in 1918, re-elected in 1920, serving both terms as finance commissioner. With state board of health one year. Is a minister in the United Brethren church. A member of the Masonic order, the I. O. 0. F., K. P., L. 0. O. M. and Hapac Grotto. Elected representative in 1924, 1926, 1928, 1932 and again in 1934. A republican.

E. O. ELLSWORTH, Iowa Falls.—Representative from Hardin county, was born in Iowa Falls in the county he represents and where he is still engaged in business. Was actively identified with the construction of the Des Moines, Iowa Falls and Northern railroad from Iowa Falls to Des Moines, now a part of the Rock Island system. During the World war was assigned to the preliminary training: of all boys called into service from Hardin county. Member of both York and Scottish branches of Masonry. Elected to forty-third, forty-fourth, forty-fifth and forty-sixth general assemblies. Was the republican nominee for speaker of the house of representatives in the forty-sixth general assembly. A republican.

DAVID M. EVANS, Cresco.—Representative from Howard county, was born on a farm near Cresco July 17, 1877. Attended Oresco public school. Served six years on Cresco town council. Was a commercial traveler for twenty years. Is a member of the M. E. church. Is engaged in retailing farm machinery. Serving first lerm in the legislature. A republican. M. C. FAIJVEY, Altria.—Representative from Monroe county, was born in Norwich, Connecticut, July 4, 1867. Family moved to Iowa December, 1886, and he has resided in Monroe county over sixty-five years. Was educated in the public schools of Monroe county and Western Normal college of Shenandoah, Iowa, and taught school for twelve years. Was married February 15, 1898, to Ellen G. Coughlin at Georgetown, Iowa, and has four sons: L. A., in partnership with him in retail lumber business at Albia, F. P., an attorney at Albia, John D., with the Continental Illinois National bank of Chicago, and Paul J., with Standard Brands, New York. Was president of the Iowa Trust & Savings bank of Albia and has been in the lumber business in Albia for thirty-five years. Serving second term in the legislature. A democrat.

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VICTOR FKIJTKR, Indianola.—Representative from Warren county, was born in Tama county, Iowa, in 1877. His boyhood was Bpent on his father's farm and nursery in Cherokee county and his first farm owned home was near Cherokee, Iowa. In 1915 Mr. Felter was in charge of Iowa's famous Horn of Plenty at the San Francisco exposition. He was also president of the exposition agricultural club. He has judged agricultural and and horticultural products at numerous county and district fairs, as well as our own and other state fairs. Was county agriculture agent for eight years beginning in 1918. Moved to present location in Warren county in 1926, where he has been president of farm bureau, farmers institute, school board, etc. Has a large commercial orchard. Married and has two sonB and two daughters. Elected Btate representative in 1930, and now serving third term. A republican. O. FiSHBAUGH, JB., Shenandoah.—Representative from Page county, was born in the city of Shenandoah in Page county, Iowa, December 27, 1909, the elder Bon of Earl C. Fishbaugh and Irene Fender Fishbaugh. Educated in the grade Bchool and high school at Shenandoah, Iowa, and graduated from the University of Nebraska law college in 1933. Began the practice of law at Shenandoah, Iowa, in June, 1933. Married to Esther Elizabeth Miller, December 27, 1934. Member Delta Theta Phi law fraternity, and affiliated with the Presbyterian church. Elected to the legislature in 1934. A republican. JOE FLTNN, Decorah.—Representative from Wnucshiek county, was born on a farm at Rumpus Ridge, Fayette county, Iowa, August 8, 1902. He was educated in the local rural schools, graduated from New Hampton high school and attended Towa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls. In 1933 he entered newspaper work as a feature writer. He travelled extensively throughout North America as a contributor of features to newspapers and magaz'.ms He wos formerly of the adjutant general's office, war department, Washington, D. C. During his newspaper career he has been associate editor of the Decorah Journal, at Decorah, Iowa. He spent four years in publicity work for corporations in the southern half of the United States and has been actively identified with sports promotion. In 1934 he developed Niagara cave on the Iowa-Minnesota line and at present is engaged in publicity work in connection with it. Serving his first term. He is unmarried. A democrat. FOSTER, West Branch.—Representative from Cedar county, was born on a farm in Illinois, April 4, 1898; graduated from high school and attended James Milliken university as a member of the student army training corps. Taught in the rural schools in central Illinois for three years, and came to Downey, Cedar county, Iowa, as principal of the Downey public school in 1919. Manager, Farmers Cooperative Elevator and Exchange at Centerdale four years. Has been engaged in farming since 1925. Married to Mary Thomason in 1920, and has five children, LaMar, Jr., D err old, Doris Jean, Mary Jeanette and Audrey Fern. Member of the Masonic order and member of the M. E. church. Elected representative in 1932 and re-elected in 1934. A democrat. PAUI, FREEBURN, Davenport.—Representative from Scott county, was born June 20, 1903, at Peterson, Clay county, Iowa. Was graduated from Sioux City high school and Morningside college, Sioux City, Iowa. Studied law for two years at Drake university, after which he taught in high school for three years. Was graduated from University of Iowa college of law in 1931 and then formed a partnership with Charles L. Baker with whom he has since practiced law. Serving first term in the legislature. A democrat. J. W. FRIZZELL, Brooklyn.—Representative from Poweshiek county, was born on n farm three and a half miles northwest of Brooklyn, Iowa, January 10, 1865. His parents, Thomas Frizzell and Margaret (Buchanan) Frizzell, were early settlers coming to Iowa in 1853. Educated in the rural schools and assisted his father in farming and stock raising until 1891, when he located on the farm two miles west of Brooklvn, which his grandfather had purchased from the government. Married

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born three daughters and one son. His daughter resides on the old homestead with a young daughter, thus making four generations who have made the same farm their home, and lived in the same house. Was president of the Hamilton county farm bureau six years, president, for two years, of the farmers grain company of Webster City. Has been president of the Hamilton county warehouse board since its organization. The first democrat to represent Hamilton county in the legislature. Serving first term. A democrat. EDMUND HANSON, Centerville.—Representative of Appanoose county, was reared on farm near Dean, Iowa. Graduated from the Moulton high school, and attended Iowa State college at Ames. Served his country during the World war. Was elected in 1928 to the office of clerk of the district court of Appanoose county, and in 1934 to the forty-sixth general assembly. A republican. J. P. HANSEN, Otranto.—Representative from Mitchell county, was born in Harris, province of Slesvig, Germany, September 30, 1878. His parents were Christian and Herlig Hansen of Danish descent. His father migrated to the United States in 1881, and J. P. and his mother and little sister followed in 1882, the family settling near St. Ansgar, Iowa, where the subject of this biography spent his childhood and attended the Spring Valley rural school. In 1905 he was married to Hannah Marie Neilson and to them were born three children, Helen, Leona, and Christian. In 1921, Mr. Hansen and his family moved to Otranto, Mitchell county and they have lived there since. He has been engaged in farming and operating machinery all his life. Serving first term in the legislature. A republican. HENRY M. HARTMAN, Burlington.—Representative from Des Moines county, was born at Burlington, Iowa, November 6, 1874, attended the public schools there and has lived all his life in Burlington. Married Elizabeth Martin, October 11, 1898. His parents, Cosmos and Minnie Hartman, were pioneers of the state of Iowa. Mr. Hartman served on the city council, has worked for the C. B. & Q. railroad as mechanic from 1900 to 1911, when he was promoted to supervisor. He is a member of the Masonic order. Serving his second term in the legislature. A democrat. THOS. HENDRICKSON, Corning.—Representative from Adams county, was born in Winnebago county, Iowa, on January 25, 1871, and moved with his parents to a farm in Adams county, Iowa, in 1874. He attended the public schools and was married in 1897. Spent two years in a general store in Shelby county, Iowa, returning to farming in Adams county, Iowa. He has served as a member of the county board of supervisors, also deputy sheriff of Adams county. Is a member of the Masonic and Royal Arch orders. Serving first term in the legislature. A republican. A. H. HENNTNGSEN, Graettinger.—Representative from Palo Alto county, was born August 12, 1895. Attended high school at Emmetsburg and one year college in Nebraska. Served in United States army during World war. Actively engaged in mercantile business at Graettinger since discharge from army. Married to Mabel Osher in 1920, and has one child, Doris. Serving first term in legislature. A republican. B. B. HICKENLOOPER, Cedar Rapids.—Representative from Linn county, was born in Blockton, Iowa, July 21, 1896, the son of Nathan O. and Margaret A. Hickenlooper, both of whom were born in Taylor county. Graduate of Iowa State college department of industrial science and of the law school of the University of Iowa. Entered the practice of law in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in 1922. Served twenty-one months in the army during the World war, a portion of which was spent over-seas with the three hundred thirty-ninth field artillery. Married in 1927 to Verna E. Bensch, and has two children, Jane Carroll and David B. Member of the Consistory and Shrine, B. P. O. E. and American Legion. Affiliated with the Methodist church. Serving first term jn the general assembly. A republican.

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0. N. HULTMAN, Stanton.—Representative from Montgomery county, was born in Stanton, Iowa, of Swedish descent. He attended the public school and was graduated from the Stanton high school, and began his business career as a clerk in a general store. Later he accepted a position as assistant manager of a retail lumber business, and after two years he became its manager and at present is owner of a retail lumber business. He has served as mayor and councilman of Stanton. A director of the First National bank. He is a member of the Lutheran church, American Legion, K. of P., and is a thirty-second degree Mason. He is unmarried. Serving his second term in the legislature. A republican. JOHN R. IRWIN, Keokuk.—Representative from Lee county, was born in Keokuk, Iowa, August 24, 1883. He received his early education in the public schools of Keokuk, was graduated from Lawrenceville preparatory school, Lawrenceville, New Jersey, in 1902, and received the degree of bachelor of letters from Princeton university, Princeton, New Jersey, in 1906. He attended for a time the National University law school, Washington, D. C. In 1907 he entered the Irwin-Phillips Wholesale Dry Goods Company in Keokuk. This company was established by his grandfather, Stephen Irwin, in 1856. In 1909 he married Miss Florence Johnstone of Keokuk, whose grandfather, Edward Johnstone, served in the third constitutional convention held at Iowa City in 1857, and also in the third and fourth sessions of the territorial council, and the second session of the territorial house of representatives. He has two sons, Alexander Johnstone Irwin and John Nichol Irwin, II. In 1917 he took a summer course at the Iowa University in military training and tactics. He is a trustee of the Keokuk public library, and has served as director of the Y. M. C. A. in Keokuk. Was elected state representative in 1928 and appointed postmaster of Keokuk by President Hoover in 1929, and again elected state representative from Lee county in 1934. He is a member of the Presbyterian church, and a member of the American Legion. His grandfather, John W. Rankin, served in the Iowa senate from Lee county in the seventh and eighth sessions, and was colonel of the 17th Iowa infantry in the Civil war. His father, John N. Irwin, a soldier in the Union army during the Civil war, served in the Iowa house of representatives in the sixteenth and nineteenth assemblies. His father also served five terms as mayor of Keokuk, was governor of Idaho under President Arthur, governor of Arizona under President Harrison, and United States minister to Portugal under President MeKinley. A republican. JOHN J. JENKINS, Columbus Junction.—Representative from Louisa county, was born on a farm in said county, November 2, 1879. He received his education in the rural schools and graduated from the Columbus Junction high school and in 1906 was graduated from the agricultural department of the Iowa State college at Ames. In November, 1908, he was married to Elsie Getts and they are the parents of seven children, five girls: Mary, Harriet, Marie, Marjorie and Helen, and two boys: Richard and Charles. He has spent his entire life on the farm in the raising of live stock and general farm management and has served as president of his local shipping association, school board, county farm bureau and the Louisa county fair association. He is a member of the Presbyterian church, Masonic bodies including the Consistory and Mystic Shrine. Serving his second term in the legislature. A republican. W. J. JOHANNES, Ashton.—Representative from Osceola county, born at Ashton, Iowa, February 18, 1890. Attended school at Ashton and at Mankato, Minnesota. Employed by the C, St. P., M. Ss 0. railroad in 1913, at Mankato, leaving this position in 1914 to enter in the employ of the Sibley State Bank, at Sibley, Iowa, as bookkeeper. In 1919, purchased an interest in the Ashton State Bank and served as cashier of this bank since that time. Served with the air forces, A. E. F., during the World war. Serving first term. A democrat. CHARLES G. JOHNSON, Marathon.—Representative from Buena Vista county, was born on a farm near Laurens, Iowa, August 10, 1886; educated in rural schools of Pocahontas county and in Laurens high school. Completed a commercial course in spring of 1908 at Highland Park college, graduated from the agronomy division

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of Iowa State college in 1915. Member of Adelante fraternity and Alpha Zeta honorary agricultural fraternity. Spent the following three years as instructor and athletic coach at Waldorf junior college located in Forest Oity. Married August 24, 1916, to Dessie A. Walker of Knoxville, Iowa. Has three children, George, Dorothy, and Betty. In the spring of 1918, moved to Hillcrest Farm, near Albert City, Iowa, which he owns and has operated as a cattle and hog feeding unit. Has served his community and county as secretary of local cooperative electric company; president of local telephone company; president of the Albert City community association; secretary of local live stock shipping association; state director of Iowa Cooperative live stock shippers; director of farm bureau; president of county corn warehouse board; president of united taxpayers of Buena Vista county. At present he is a director and vice president of the farmers cooperative elevator at Albert City; president of Pleasant View school board and president of the conservative national farm loan association at Sioux Rapids, Iowa. Member of Methodist Episcopal church, Laurens, Iowa. Serving first term in legislature. A democrat. JAMES FOSTER JOHNSTON, Chariton.—Representative from Lucas county, was born in Lucas county, Iowa, April 25, 1875. He received his early education in the country schools, and afterwards attended Western Normal college and Simpson college. For several years he taught school in the winter and farmed in the summer. His time is now devoted altogether to farming and stock raising. He was elected a member of the board of supervisors of his county in 1910, and served three years. He has held no other public office prior to his election as representative to the general assembly in 1914 and 1916. Elected senator in 1920 from the fourth district comprising Lucas and Wayne counties, and in November, 1934, was again elected representative from Lucas county. A republican. OSCAR E. JOHNSON, Kanawha.—Representative from Hancock county, was born March 22, 1894 in Dayton, Webster county, Iowa. After graduating from high school, attended Highland Park college where he studied pharmacy and became a registered pharmacist in 1915 locating at Eagle Grove for a short time and then moved to Kanawha in 1915 where he has resided and been in the drug business since. He was married to Nora Nelson in 1927, and to this union were born two children, James Owen and William Roger. He served twelve years as mayor of Kanawha and is now chairman of Hancock county old age assistance board. Serving first term in legislature. A democrat. HERMAN M. KNUDSON, Mason City.—Representative from Cerro Gordo county, was born on a farm in Mitchell county, Iowa, in 1887, one of the twelve children of Ole and Carrie Knudson, pioneers in northern Iowa. He received his education in the consolidated school at Orchard, Iowa, and the Capital City Commercial college, Des Moines, Iowa. In 1915 he married Miss Jessie Hole, of Marshalltown, Iowa, and to this union were born three sons, who are now attending the public schools of Mason City. He has served as president of the associated advertising clubs of Iowa, president of the retail merchants association, president of the society of Iowa florists, district governor of the Nebraska-Iowa Kiwanis club, and as a member of the Red Cross board for sixteen years. He is a member of the Masonic fraternities, the Odd Fellows, and the Elks, and an active member of the Y. M. C. A. and of the First Congregational church of Mason City. In business he is proprietor of Kemble's greenhouses and executive manager of the Klipto Loose-Leaf company. For two years he served as city treasurer and for eight years as a member of the city council of Mason City. He is serving his first term as a member of the legislature. A republican. OixE KRINGLAAX, Lake Mills.—Representative from Winnebago county, was born on a farm near Lake Mills, Iowa, October 4, 1889. Graduated from Waldorf college at Forest City, Iowa and spent two years teaching school. Lived in North Dakota four years. Was a member of company M, 129th infantry, 33d division, during the World war. Has been engaged principally in farming and mutual insurance since that time. Elected representative in 1934. A republican.

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G. T. KUESTER, Griswold.—Representative from Cass county, was born January 25, 1888, in Noble township, Cass county, Iowa, where he has resided all his life. His parents, Charles and Catherine Elizabeth Kuester, were among the pioneers who located in the township in 1874. He was married on April 4, 1917 to Miss Elda G. Weaver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Weaver of Noble township. They have two children, a son and daughter, Dale M., age 17, a senior in Griswold high school, and Shirley V., age 9. He received the preliminary rudiments of his education in the rural schools of the township and has always been interested in the affairs of government and history. He owns and operates a farm, conducting a general farming business, and for many years has engaged in extensive hog raising and feeding operations. He has held various community and township offices and for the past ten years has been the treasurer of the Noble township mutual protection association, an insurance concern that has been in successful operation for fifty-four years. He is a charter member of Local 532 F. E. & C. U., Iowa division, and is a member of the Noble Center Evangelical church, being a member of the church board of trustees and a Sunday school teacher for several years. Serving first term in the legislature* A republican. E. P. LAUGHLIIT, Imogene.—Representative from Fremont county, was born May 10, 1881, on the farm he now owns, where his father first broke the prairie and which he and his sons now farm. Started raising pure bred polled shorthorn cattle in 1908, and has since improved and enlarged the herd. Completed Imogene public school and Christian Brothers' college in St. Joseph, Missouri. Taught school in Fremont county in 1900, 1901 and 1902. Was married to Theresa O'Brien April 20, 1909. They have three children: Matthew, Lucille and Louis. Served in legislature as representative from Fremont county in forty-second, forty-second extra, forty-fourth, forty-fifth, forty-fifth extra and forty-sixth general assemblies. A democrat. C. E. LOOKINGBIL-L., Nevada.—Representative from Story county, was born on a farm near Panora, Iowa, April 25, 1876. Attended the county school and the Guthrie county high school. Left the farm at the age of twenty-one and entered the memorial craftsman business. In 1911 he entered the electric utility business and carried on both businesses until 1925, when he sold out the utility business. On September 26, 1900, he married Addie Reitz and they have one daughter, Mrs. A. L. Loucks of Baltimore, Maryland. He lived in Sac county three years and then moved back to Maxwell, Iowa, in Story county. Ho served as mayor of Maxwell, and in 1918 moved to Nevada, Iowa, Story county. Elected mayor of Nevada and served two terms. He has been a minister of the gospel for twenty-five years, and is a member of the Methodist church. A member of the Masonic and I. O. O. F, orders. Serving second term in the legislature. A republican. H. S. LOVE, Bridgewater.—Representative from Adah* county, was born August 9, 1888. Lived upon the farm until 1909. Was educated in the rural and Bridgewater schools. Entered business in Bridgewater, Iowa, and is in the hardware and produce business at the present time. Was married August 23, 1913, to Miss Esther E. McDermott. To them 4 were born four children, namely, Hildreth, Betty, Gene and Larry John. Serving first term in the legislature. A republican. EDWARD J. MANIECB, Estherville.—Representative from Emmet county, was born on a farm near Fennimore, Wisconsin, in 1890. Moved with parents to the vicinity of Estherville and has lived there since. Was educated in country schools and Estherville business college. Married in 1917 to Anna C. Stammer and has two children, Ruth and Francis. Mr. Maniece is a farmer and raises pure bred live stock and he is a charter member and has been township director and county president ot the Emmet county farm bureau. Member of Presbyterian church, past chancellor of Knights of Pythias and Member of B. P. O. E. Was township assessor for eleven years and secretary of the Emmet consolidated school the past ten years. Serving second term in the legislature. A democrat.

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FRANK T. MoGrLL, Rock Valley.—Representative from Sioux county, was born in Cleveland, Ohio and has lived in Sioux county, Iowa most of his life. Graduated from University of Iowa law school in 1916. Member Catholic church. Married in 1926 to Lona Norris and they have two children, Thomas Norris and Mary Frances. Serving first term in the legislature. A democrat. ARCH W. MOFARLANE, Waterloo.—Representative from Black Hawk county; was born at Waterloo, Iowa, April 14, 1885; educated in the public schools and was graduated from high school in 1904. Was married April 6, 1908, to Miss Elsie V. Hawkins. He is now engaged in the wholesale fuel business, with headquarters at Waterloo. Belongs to Christ Episcopal church, being a vestryman of that church. Is a member of the various branches of the Masonic order, including El-Kahir Shrine; Knights of Pythias; Elks; Loyal Order of Moose; and is a supreme officer of the United Commercial Travelers. Elected a member of the Iowa house of representatives in 1914, re-elected in 1916, 1918 and 1920. Was speaker pro tern of the thirty-seventh general assembly; speaker of the house of the thirty-eighth, thirty-eighth special, and thirty-ninth general assemblies. Elected to the senate in 1926 as a member of the forty-second general assembly. Elected lieutenant governor in November, 1928, and re-elected in November, 1930. Elected as representative in 1932 and 1934. A republican. CURTIS L. MCKINNON, New London.—Biography appears elsewhere as a member of the highway commission. DON V. MCLEAN, Marshalltown.—Representative from Marshall county, was born near Marshalltown, Marshall county, Iowa, July 7, 1880, the son of Henry 0. and Emma J. McClean. Was educated in the country schools and the schools of Marshalltown and several extension terms at Ames. Was married December 27, 1906, to Anna M. Packer of Marshalltown, and had four children, Philip, Jane, Mariana and Alice May, three of whom are living. A farmer, stock raiser and feeder. Member of the Congregational church; the Masonic lodge; Eastern Star; and Lions club. Served four years as president of the farm bureau, three years as treasurer of the Central Iowa Fair association and now serving fourth year as its president. Serving second term in the legislature. A republican. MORRIS M. MCNIE, Hampton.—Representative from Franklin county, was born February 9, 1881, on a farm in Benton county, Iowa. He was the son of M. F. McNie, who served as the representative from Benton county in the twenty-ninth, thirtieth and thirty-first general assemblies. Graduate of the public school and of Tilford academy, Vinton, Iowa in 1900. He married Bertha Eggleston in 1903. They have two children, Mrs. T. R. Smith and Jean A. McNie. Was a farmer and breeder of Duroc hogs until 1919. Was assistant county agent of Benton county in 1920 and was county agricultural agent of Franklin county farm bureau in 1921 and 1922. Manager of Farmer's Grain and Lumber Company for 13 years. Served two terms as president of the Hampton board of education. Served as president of the Hampton Rotary club. Is a member of the Church of Christ and a Mason. Serving first term in legislature. A republican. LEROT S. MERCER, Iowa City.—Representative from Johnson county, was born November 30, 1889, at Newscomerstown, Ohio, and when five years old his parents moved to Iowa City, where he has since resided. He received his education in the Iowa City public schools and the State University of Iowa. He was married in 1913 to Isabelle Brant and they have two daughters, Mary Elizabeth and Dorothy Harriett. He is a member of the Mystic Shrine, Knights Templar, Elks, Rotary club, Phi Kappa Psi and Trinity Episcopal church. After receiving his education he engaged in business and is now vice president of the Economy Advertising company of Iowa City, and is a director of several other manufacturing companies. He served two terms as alderman-at-large on the city council. Serving second term in the legislature. A democrat.

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BERTON L. METOALJ1, Nichols.—Representative from Muscatine county, was born in Sandusky county, Ohio, and came to Iowa in a covered wagon with his parents, Reuben and Melissa Metcalf, in 1868, when nine months old. His father died when he was nine years old, and he had to help with farm work during summer, while attending school in winter. At the age of twenty commenced farming for himself and four years later, April 6, 1893, married Ina G. Hankins, and has two children, Clarence and Alberta. He and his son operate their 620 acres, grain farming and live stock feeding. Member of Christian church; Masonic Mohassen Grotto; I. 0. O. F.; Modern Woodmen; and Royal Neighbor lodges. Served as mayor and councilman, and twenty successive years on school board of independent district. Serving second term in the legislature. A democrat. JOHN H. MITCHELL, Fort Dodge.—Representative from Webster county, was born in Fort Dodge, Iowa, November 5, 1889. He attended Columbia college at Dubuque, graduated from the University of Iowa law college and was admitted to the bar in 1923. He practiced law at Humboldt, Iowa, until 1927, when he became his father's partner in the firm of Mitchell & Mitchell, at Fort Dodge. He was commander of the Humboldt post of the American Legion, and in 1927 was tenth district commander. He was publicity manager of the 1932 state convention of the American Legion at Fort Dodge and is a past exalted ruler of the Order of Elk3 and member of the Knights of Columbus, and affiliated with Sigma Chi college fraternity and Phi Delta Phi, honorary legal fraternity. He was married in February, 1927, to Miss Ruth Jaqua of Humboldt and they have two daughters, Martha and Jean. Serving second term in the legislature and was elected speaker of the house of representatives in the fortysixth general assembly. A democrat. CHARLES D. MOORE, Urbana.—Representative from Benton county, was born on a farm, August 8, 1879, son of Joseph L. and Mary E. Moore. Graduated from Urbana high school in 1896 and from Schraeder academy in 1898. Attended Drake university and taught school three years, then entered mercantile business in 1906. Has been actively engaged in live stock raising and farming since 1908. Connected with the Guaranty Life Insurance company since 1918. In September of 1917, was married to Birdie 0. Berg of Denison, Iowa, and has one child, George Robert. Member and past master of A. F. & A. M. and past patron of the O. E. S. Was mayor of Urbana two years, secretary of Benton county agricultural association since 1927, and in 1933 was president of the Iowa Fair Managers' association. Serving second term in tb« legislature. A democrat. EDWIN A. MOORE, Harlan.—Representative from Shelby county, was born in Washington county, Iowa in 1872. Father, Edwin B. Moore, physician; mother, Elizabeth (Watters) Moore. Moved to Harlan, Iowa in 1878. Attended Harlan public schools. Taught school in Portsmouth, Iowa, five years. Graduated from medical department of Creighton university in 1901. Has been actively engaged in practice of medicine and surgery in Harlan, Iowa, since 1903. Has served as a member of board of education of Harlan, member of Masonic lodge, active in Kiwanis and community clubs. Married Effie Lathrop in 1897. Has one son, E. Rex, federal land bank appraiser living at Osage, Iowa. One daughter, Margaret, wife of Dr. 0. F. Peck, D.D.S., of Decorah, Iowa. Elected to the legislature in 1934. A democrat. J. C. MOORE, JR., Promise City.—Representative from Wayne county, was born May 22, 1897 in Wayne county on the farm where he now resides. Has lived on the same farm all his life, except for four years in Corydon high school, one year at Ames, and two years in France. Served two years and three months in the army air service during the World war. Member of American. Legion, Masonic lodge, Methodist church. Unmarried. Serving first term in legislature. A republican. JOHN WILLIAM MOORE, Sioux City.—Representative from Woodbury county, was born in Nicholas county, West Virginia, March 18, 1880. He attended public school at Cross Lanes, West Virginia and high school at Fayetteville, West Virginia. Grad-

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uated in mechanical and electrical engineering, Scranton, Pennsylvania. Learned the machinist's trade in the South Side Foundry and Machine Works, Charleston, West Virginia. Came to Sioux City in 1907. At the present time is owner and operator of Moore's Machine Works, Sioux City. Married Miss Mayme Price of Charleston, West Virginia, November 6, 1913, have no children. His father was John William Moore, Sr., mother, Ella Iowa (Malcolm) Moore. His grandfather, Dr. John S. Malcolm, pioneered to Iowa in 1848 and homesteaded near Mount Pleasant, and built the first brick house in Mount Pleasant, making the brick in a hand mold. His mother was born in this house in 1860 and named for the state, Ella Iowa Malcolm. A Methodist. Serving first term in the legislature. A democrat. LEONARD L. MOORE, Bedford.—Representative from Taylor county, was born near Union, Hardin county, Iowa, in 1891 and spent his boyhood near Zearing, Story county, and graduated from high school there in 1910. Graduate of Drake university 1914, with postgraduate work in agriculture and education at Ames and Iowa City. Seven years in educational work, nine years as farmer and four years as county treasurer. Has been a member of and participated as an officer in professional groups, and is at present chairman of the board of Christian church of Bedford. Married in 1916 to Delia Keith at Bedford, Iowa, to which union two children were born, Mary Lois and Josephine. Serving first session in the legislature. A republican. R. G. MOORE, Dunlap.—Representative from Harrison county, was born in Kossuth county, Iowa, July 27, 1888, the son of J. M. and Nona H. Moore, who were pioneer residents of that county. He attended the rural schools and graduated from the Algona high school in 1908; spent a year on the farm and then entered Iowa State College for the purpose of studying veterinary medicine and after finishing his course in that subject in 1913, he located at Dunlap in Harrison county, and since that time has conducted a general veterinary practice in that vicinity with the exception of two years spent at Camp Dodge and in the A. E. F. as a first lieutenant in the army during the World war. He was married in 1915 to Gladys Ann Acton and has three children; Nona Jane, Robert A. and Ruth Ann. A charter member and the first commander of the Dunlap post of the American Legion; served on the city council four years; as mayor eight years and aB a member of the board of education for nine years. Member Masonic lodge; member Methodist church; was elected representative in 1932, re-elected in 1934. A democrat. W. F. OEHMKE, Larchwood.—Representative from Lyon county, was born in Champaign, Illinois, January 7, 1872. Came to Iowa in 1893. Educated in the public schools of Illinois. In December, 1897, married Anna Boll of Pomeroy, Iowa, and to this union six children were born, four girls, and two boys. Engaged in farming up until 1904. Now in the produce business. Served as township assessor; postmaster for two terms; secretary of independent school district for twenty yearB; county supervisor and town councilman. Member of the Evangelical church of North America. Member of the Masonic fraternity. Elected state representative in 1934. A democrat. EDWARD N. OVE, Dike.—Representative from Grundy county, was born in Denmark, January 1, 1891. Received his early education in the country schools of Denmark. Served apprenticeship as a carpenter and also as a bricklayer. Attended Allberg technical school for three years. Emigrated to Canada in 1914 and to Grundy county, Iowa, in 1915. Started as a general contractor the same year. Married Anna K. Jensen February 26, 1917. Served in the World war. Reengaged in the construction business as a designer and builder of bridges and buildings for all purposes. Has three children, two sons, Barnhard and Edward, and one daughter, Edith. A member of the Lutheran church, past officer of the Masonic lodge and the I. O. O. FM and the American Legion. For many years a member of the board of education of the Dike consolidated school and the town council of Dike. Serving first term as representative. A republican.

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MILTON PEACO, Clinton.—Representative from Clinton county, was born in Belle Plaine, Iowa. When two years of age he moved with his parents, Thomas C. and Mary E. Peaco, to Clinton county, where he has since resided. He was educated in the public schools of Clinton. Entered the service of the Chicago-Northwestern Railroad company when he was fifteen years of age, where he is still employed as a machinist. In 1899 he married Sadie E. Cook, a daughter of Robert E. and Nancy M. Cook. He is a member of the Christian church, a thirty-second degree Mason, and a member of the Eastern Star. Elected state representative in 1930 and re-elected in 1932 and 1934. A democrat. LOREN I. PEEL, Keosauqua.—Representative from Van Buren county, was born February 13, 1900, on a farm in Lee county. He lived on a farm until he was twenty-one years of age, when he went into business with his father. Later he became manager of a farmers' cooperative exchange, and after a few years, manager of a lumber yard. He received his education in the public schools, the Pulaski high school and the Fort Madison business college. On June 20, 1933, he was married to Alice Marie Tomlinson of Mount Pleasant, Iowa. He belongs to the Christian church, is a member of the church board and for the past seven years has been superintendent of the Sunday school. He is a member of the Keosauqua commercial club and when elected representative, was treasurer of the Keosauqua independent school district, treasurer of the Van Buren county T. B. association and secretary and treasurer of the Keosauqua brotherhood. In 1930, he was elected county auditor, which office he held for four years. He is serving his first term in the legislature. A republican. CHAS. F. PUTNAM, Council Bluffs.—Representative from Pottawattamie county, was born and raised on a farm in Monona county, and graduated from the Woodbine normal and commercial school, Woodbine, Iowa, in the class of 1909. Married a Harrison county girl in 1911. Moved to Council Bluffs, in 1926. Worked as an auctioneer in southwest Iowa since 1910, and has a large acquaintance among farmers due to this profession. Entered the petroleum distribution field in Council Bluffs, in 1926, which business is now incorporated and doing business under the name of Putnam Service Company. Serving first term in the legislature. A democrat. EUGENE H. RELLLY, Dubuque.—Representative from Dubuque county, the son of Thomas E. and Margaret Reilly was born in Dubuque, Iowa, on the 8th day of December, 1906; educated in the parochial schools of Dubuque and received high school education at Columbia academy, Dubuque, graduated from Columbia college, 1928, with bachelor of arts degree. Following graduation, served as instructor of English and history at Loyola academy, Chicago, for a year, then entered the college of law at De Paul university, Chicago, and spent the two remaining years in the law school at the State University of Iowa graduating in 1932 with the degree of juris doctor. Admitted to Iowa bar in 1932 and began the practice of law at Dubuque with George T. Lyon and is now associated with Al J. Nelson, attorney, at Dubuque. Member of the Dubuque county bar association, Knights of Columbus, Catholic order of Foresters, young democratic club, Phi Alpha Delta national law fraternity. Serving first term in the legislature. A democrat. CLARBNOK L. RICE, Delta.—Representative from Keokuk county, was born in Mahaska county on a farm near Wright in 1889, the son of W. I. and M. A. Rice. Was educated in the schools of Mahaska county. Spent one year in Colorado and five years in Oklahoma, and has visited at different times in many of the other states of the union. Married and has four children, three sons and one daughter. With the exception of one year, has been actively engaged in farming and for the past 17 years has farmed in Keokuk county. Serving second term in legislature. A democrat. MATT. B. RIDDLE, Ute.—Representative of Monona county, and a native thereof, born April 26, 1877, on the farm he now owns. Father, I. U. Riddle, native of Ohio, veteran of the Civil war, third Iowa infantry, pioneered in Soldier township, Monono

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county, March, 1865. Mother, Mary D. Koontz, native of Pennsylvania, four of whose brothers also fought in the Civil war, one of them giving up his life. The family lived in a dugout, on the farm purchased from the government, where their four children, all sons, were born, of which Matt B. was the second. He attended country school, later Northwestern Normal of Shenandoah, Iowa, after its destruction by fire he attended Highland Park college, at Des Moines. He was married to Martha H. Hanssen of Charter Oak, Iowa, April 24, 1899, and is the father of two children; Mrs. Bernice E. Kowalke, R. N., and Richard H., who attended the University of Iowa. He haB farmed on the place where he was born all his life, with the exception of seven years, 1899.1906, when he operated a harness shop at Ute, Iowa, during which time he served as city councilman. He is a live stock raiser, also has a small herd of buffalo and his hobby is seed corn. His farm is known as "Colonial Place." Since the organization of the Farmer's Savings Bank, August 1, 1916, he has served as one of its directors. Later he was elected president, and has served in that capacity continually since, and through its reorganization as Ute State Bank. Serving his first term in the legislature. A democrat. PHIL F. ROAN, Ft. Madison.—Representative from Lee county, was born in Linn county, Missouri. Family moved to Iowa when he was one year old. Educated in Fort Madison high school, University of Michigan, University of Detroit, LLB., LLM. Served in France with the French army, 1916-1917, and with the A. E. F. tank corps, company A, 2nd battalion, 1918 to 1919. Married Elinor Smith of Scranton, Pa., June, 1928, and they have twn children. Serving first term in the legislature. A republican. OVE T. ROB, "Waukon.—Representative from Allamakee county, was born in that county September 4, 1887. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tolef Roe, and received his early education in the rural schools and Upper Iowa University at Fayette, Iowa. He married Emma Kolsrud of Waterville, Iowa, and five children were born to them: Thomas, Melvin, Doris, Kenneth and Willard. Is president of the Paint Creek farmers telephone company. A member of the Lutheran church. Has followed the occupation of a farmer with the exception of eight years while he was engaged in partnership with his brother, A. H. Roe, in the general merchandise business. Served in the fortyfourth, forty-fifth, forty-fifth extra and forty-sixth general assemblies. A democrat. THOMAS RUTHERFORD, JR., Audubon.—Representative from Audubon county, was born in Poweshiek county, Iowa, February 14, 1869. Moved with his parents to Audubon, Iowa, when twelve years of age, in the spring of 1881, where he has since resided. Received his education in the Audubon public schools. Has been engaged in farming continually, until recent years. Has served as township trustee and six years as county supervisor. Was married March 11, 1896, to Belle Hunt, of Dallas county, Iowa. They have four children, Clark H., Vera, Inez and Alice, all married. Is member of M. E. church, Masonic order and Easter Star. Elected to general assembly in 1934. A republican. JOHN RYDER, Dubuque.—Senior representative from Dubuque county, was born and reared in Dubuque, Iowa, and educated in the parochial schools. He graduated from the Bayless business college. For twenty-five years he was the junior member of the Ryder Brothers wholesale grocery firm. In 1919, he organized the Ryder Realty Company and served as vice president until January, 1925, when he retired from the firm. In March, 1925, he was elected member of the board of education of the city of Dubuque and was appointed chairman of the finance committee. He was married in November, 1917, to Miss Anna L. Killeen, who died in May, 1923. He was elected to the general assembly in 1924, re-elected in 1926, 1928, 1930, 1932 and 1934. A democrat. GEORGE M. SCHLATTER, Bellevue.—Representative from Jackson county, was born in Bellevue, Jackson county, May 31, 1864. Graduate of the Bellevue public school and the State University of Iowa, class of 1885. Civil engineer by profession. Has

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been engaged in the general grain and seed business for many years; also engaged in banking for twenty-five years, holding the offices of director and president. Served as a member of local school board, city treasurer and filled the office of mayor for three terms. Married in 1889 to Amelia Kucheman and has one daughter, Frances. Elected at a special election to fill vacancy caused by appointment of Representative F. J. Swift as deputy health commissioner and was re-elected in 1934. A democrat, GEORGE L. SCOTT, West Union.—Representative from Fayette county, was born July 21, 1887, on a farm in said county. His father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Scott, were natives of Scotland. They came to America and were early settlers in northeastern Iowa. Mr. Scott has spent his entire life in Fayette county, where he received his education in the public schools. He was married November 26, 1910, to Miss Merle Saltsgiver. Their family consists of two children, Donald and Robert. Mr. Scott is an extensive farmer, stock raiser and feeder. He is a member of the Presbyterian church and of the Masonic lodge. He is serving his first term in the legislature. A republican. JOHN H. SEiiBT, Odebolt.—Representative from Sac county, was born May 12, 1892, at Villisca, Iowa. Graduated from Odebolt high school in 1910. Graduated from University of Omaha in 1914. In real estate business in Odebolt from 1914 to 1917. Attended officers training school at Fort Snelling, where he was commissioned second lieutenant. Sent from Fort Snelling to Fort Doniphan, Oklahoma, with the 35th division. Served one year in France with 138 infantry of the 35th division. Promoted to first lieutenant after Argonne. After two years in the army, returned to Odebolt and to the real estate and farm loan business. Married Delia N. Nelson, Omaha, Nebraska, in 1919. Has two sons, ages 13 and 8 years. Mayor of Odebolt for six years. Member of Masonic lodge and the American Legion. Elected state representative in 1934. A democrat. GRANT A. SHIFFI/ETT, Diagonal.—Representative from Ringgold county, was born in Bureau county, Illinois, December, 1890. Came with parents to Iowa in 1900, residing in Hamilton and Madison counties, where he received a rural school education and then graduated from the Earlham high school and the Cedar Rapids business college. "Was married in 1914 to Mary L. Compton at Earlham, Iowa, and has one daughter, Martha Irene. In 1914 he located on a farm in Ringgold county, and since that time has followed the occupation of farming and stock raising, with the exception of about eight years, while engaged in the banking business at Tingley and Diagonal, where he also served on the city councils. He is a member of the Methodist church and has always taken an active interest in community welfare, especially the schools and churches. Serving first term in the legislature. A republican. C. COLFAX SMITH, Clarksville.—Representative from Butler county, was born in Adair county, in November, 1868. His early education was obtained in the public schools, and he entered high school in Harlan, Iowa, and graduated there. He taught for a short time in the country schools, then took a college course and became superintendent of schools in Fontanelle, Iowa. He resigned this position to enter the Northwestern Medical school where he finished in 1904. He married Rachel Corrough of Malcom, Iowa, and has two daughters, Louise, a librarian in Toledo, Ohio, and Marian Elizabeth, now Mrs. Arthur Oliphant of Des Moines, Iowa. He is a Mason and Odd Fellow and a member of the Presbyterian church. Elected representative in 1934. A republican. HARLET H. SORGI, Tripoli.—Representative from Bremer county, was born on a farm in Fayette county, December 26, 1882. He attended rural school until he entered high school at Hawkeye where he graduated and after graduation he served for two years as an apprentice in pharmacy. He is a graduate of the Highland Park school of pharmacy in Des Moines. He passed the state board of pharmacy in April, 1905. Mr. Sorg has been continuously engaged in the practice of pharmacy for the past thirty years, and for the past seven years has been located at Tripoli, Iowa.

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He was united in marriage in 1908 to Clara B. Bopp and they have two sons, Nathan F. and Robert C. He is a member of the Masonic order. Serving his first term in the legislature. A democrat. ROY J. SOURS, Charles City.—Representative from Floyd county, was born in Marble Rock, Floyd county, Iowa, August 27, 1883, the son of pioneer parents, Samuel Sours and Ann M. Rex Sours, who came to Floyd county in 1856. Educated in public schools of Marble Rock and Charles City college. Has been a continuous resident of Floyd county except five years spent on a homestead in Gregory county, South Dakota. Now lives in Charles City. Prior to 1929, engaged in farming for twenty-three years. Married Katherine E. Danforth of Charles City, September 3, 1908, and they have two daughters: Elva Ruth, born in 1910, and Clare Alice (Mrs. W. M. Leek), born in 1912. Elected to the forty-fourth general assembly, re-elected in 1932 and again in 1934. A republican. ANDREW STEWART, Rockwell City.—Representative from Calhoun county, was born in Newton, Jasper county, Iowa, March 15, 1872. His father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stewart, were natives of Scotland; they moved to Maryland and later to Jasper county, where they resided until their death. Andrew Stewart obtained his early education in the schools at Newton and later attended Hazel Dell academy. On March 1, 1907, he moved to Rockwell City, where he has since resided. All his life he has been engaged in farming, paying special attention to the raising of shorthorn cattle and percheron horses. He helped organize the Rockwell City county fair twenty-six years ago, and has been its president ever since. Serving second term in the legislature. A democrat. E. L. STEWART, Washington—Representative from Washington county, was born on the same farm on which he now lives, on February 9, 1885. Attended the rural school, graduated from Washington academy in 1902; spent two years in college at Monmouth, Illinois, and in 1909 was graduated from the agricultural department of the Iowa State College. In March, 1913, he was married to Jessie Mae White of Des Moines, and they are the parents of four girls. He has made farming his life work, always raising and feeding a large number of hogs and cattle. As president of his school board for many years, president of farm bureau and cooperative shipping organization, and leader in boys' 4-H club work, he has given much time to the development of MB community. Is a ruling elder in the United Presbyterian church. Serving his first term in the legislature. A republican. THOS. STXMPSON, Anamosa.—Representative from Jones county, was born in Cass township, Jones county, Iowa, July 30, 1893. Received his education in the rural schools. Married January 26, 1921, to Bertha Blassing of Cass township. They have five children. Engaged in farming and stock raising. Township clerk four years. Chairman Jones county democratic central committee 1926-27. President Dutch Belted Cattle Association of America for four years. Elected representative in 1932 and re-elected in 1934. A democrat. JOHN H. TAYLOR, New Sharon.—Representative from Mahaska county, was born July 15, 1870, in Preston county, West Virginia, and wa8 educated in public schools and institutions of higher learning of the state of West Virginia. Taught school for seven years; was a minister of the Methodist church for fifteen years; editor of newspaper for eighteen years; served &s member of achool board, and mayor of New Sharon, Iowa, and was postmaster of New Sharon for twelve years, from 1922 to 1934; Berved in the senate of Iowa in the thirty-fifth and thirty-sixth general assemblies, from the second district of Iowa, comprising Van Buren and Jefferson counties. Elected a representative November 6, 1934. A republican. LORENZO D. T H T » , Knoxville.—Representative from Marion county. Served in the house of representatives during the thirtieth, thirty-first, thirty-second, thirty-second

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extra, forty-fifth, forty-fifth extra and forty-sixth sessions. Engaged in general practice of the law, and owns and operates farm lands near Knoxville. A republican. WILLIAM THIES, Avoca.—Representative from Pottawattamie county, was born in LeOlaire, Scott county, Iowa, November 18, 1860. Came to Pottawattamie county with his parents in 1877, and followed farming. Was married to Lena H'orst, January 19, 1886, who died June 22, 1887, leaving him with an infant son, Alfred. Moved to Avoca and was manager for an elevator company ten years. Served a number of terms as city councilman and mayor; as a member of the board of education eleven years; three years as president; many years as a director and secretary of the Pottawattamie County Fair association, and is a director and vice president of the Avoca State bank. Married to Amelia Sievers April 30, 1890, who died December 31, 1929 Three children were born to this union; Clarence and Ada having preceded their mother in death, and Bertha, now Mrs. Robert True. Serving second term in the legislature. A democrat. JOHANNES H. THIESSEN, Camanche.—Representative from Clinton county, was born near Goose Lake, Clinton county, Iowa, February 6, 1870, the son of Herman and Cathrina Thiessen. He was educated in the local schools and has been engaged in farm* ing all his life. He bought a farm in Camanche township in 1898, where he still resides. He was married on February 19, 1896, to Annie Eggert and has three daughters: Vandelena, Romona, and Adaline. He has been director and secretary of the Camanche township schools for fourteen years and treasurer and secretary of the Low Moor Farmers Mutual Telephone company ten years. He is president of the Farmers Equity Shipping association of Low Moor; a member and director of the English Lutheran church, member of the I. O. O. F., a thirty-second degree Mason and a member of the Eastern Star. Elected representative in 1930 and re-elected in 1932 and 1934. A democrat.

K>i - > ' -~^ GEORGE L. THOMPSON, Lamont.—Representative from Buchanan county, was born November 1, 1891, on a farm in that county. Graduated from Lamont high school in 1908. Attended Lenox college, 1909. Graduated Iowa State college, 1914. Head of dairy husbandry department, University of West Virginia, Morgantown, W. Va., 1915. Served two years World war, 2d Lieutenant, balloon division, aviation section, A. E. F. Licensed balloon pilot. Beef cattle specialist, bureau of animal industry, Washington, D. C, 1919. Married Iva M. Allen, Castalia, Iowa, in 1924, has two sons, John I. and Jay D. Charter member Eta chapter, Alpha Gamma Rho, social fraternity. Member" Alpha Zeta, honorary agricultural fraternity. Charter member and first commander ofLoren Foster post, American Legion, Lamont, Iowa. Engaged in automobile business, 1920-1923. Started farming in 1924 and is still engaged in that occupation. Also operated a retail meat and grocery business from 1929 to 1933. Member of allotment committee, Buchanan county corn-hog control association in 1934. Breeder of purebred Aberdeen Angus cattle. Serving first term in legislature. A democrat. WM. TREIMEB, Hartley.—Representative from O'Brien county, was born on February 6, 1886, in Scott county, Iowa. Attended the district school and graduated from Brown's business college of Davenport, in 1905. Had six years of employment in the offices of the 0., B. & Q. railway and Standard Oil companies. Was married in 1911 to Miss Emma H. Krebs of Durant, Iowa, and moved to O'Brien county in 1912 to engage in farming. He has four sons: Wilbert, Virgil, Wayne and Donald. Is secretary of the O'Brien County Farmers Mutual Insurance association and director of the Iowa Mutual Tornado Insurance association of Des Moines. Secretary of the Hartley independent school board and member of the Masonic lodge. Serving second term in the legislature. A democrat. JENS THOMPSON, Rolfe.—Representative from Pocahontas county, born in same county, 1887. Homesteaded in Montana, 1913-1917, also spent one year in Kossuth county, 19201921, returning that spring to Pocahontas county, near Rolfe, and has remained on same section since. Entered World war, November 2, 1917, served overseas with first

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division. Was wounded in May, 1918. Was awarded division citation, general order No. 1, and is recipient of Purple Heart by order of A. G. No. 201. He is married and has three children. Occupation, farming. Serving first term in legislature. A republican. STANLEY M. THOMPSON, Yale.—Representative from Guthrie county, was born at Jefferson, Iowa, December 30, 1879, being one of six children born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thompson. Moved to Guthrie county in 1913. He is a farmer and stock feeder and is known on the ranges of the West and on all the large markets as one of the Thompson brothers of Iowa. He was educated in the schools of Greene county and also spent two years at Simpson college at Indianola, Iowa. Married Alice A. Anderson of Jefferson, Iowa, February 8, 1911, and they have two children, Jean Anne and Margaret Elizabeth. Member farm bureau, bank director, township trustee for 18 years, a 32d degree Mason, and a Shriner. Serving first term as representative. A republican. ARTHUR RAY WEED, Winterset.—Representative from Madison county,- was born near Irwin, Shelby county, Iowa, November 15, 1877. He moved with his parents to North Loup, Nebraska, in 1885, and in 1891 he, with his older sister, Sibyl, went to White Water, Colorado. In 1892 he returned to Port Union, Adair county, Iowa, and in 1895 moved to Madison county and has resided in Madison county since that time. On November 16, 1898, he was married to Flora J. Little and they have four children: Lonnie L., Christina Husted, Lyle A., and Edna, who died in infancy. His education has been in the college of hard knocks. At the age of forty-two he was admitted to the active ministry of the Methodist Episcopal church and since that time has served in that capacity. He was reared on a farm and has worked on a farm all his life, and his ministry has been among the rural people. Serving second term in the legislature. A republican. EDWAUD E. WIEBEN, Dysart.—Representative from Tama county, was born on a farm in Tama county south of Dysart, November 20, 1882. Attended country school until eleven years of age and afterwards attended public school at Dysart and graduated from Dysart high school. Graduated from the law department of the University of Iowa and admitted to the practice of law in 1904. Married December 15, 1920, to Camilla D. Moeller of Reinbeck. Has two children, Edward E. and Carl P. Located in Dysart, Iowa, in 1912, and has practiced law there since that time. Served as mayor and city attorney of Dysart. Elected at a special election held October 3, 1933, to fill vacancy -caused by appointment of Representative Carl B. Stiger as district judge and re-elected A democrat. # in 1934. Louis H. WIESE, Davenport.—Representative from Scott county, was born in Tipton, Cedar county, Iowa, December, 1890, and received his education in the district school and two terms in Brown's business college, Davenport. Served fifteen months in the World war. He has been in the grocery business for five years and for the last four years he has been a salesman. He was married on November 7, 1923, to Jennie Linrud of Minneapolis, Minnesota. A member of the Elks, Masons, Mohasson Grotto, Turner Society, and Scott County Sportsman association. Served in forty-fifth extra and fortysixth general assemblies. A democrat.

WILLIAM A. YAGER, Montgomery.—Representative from Dickinson county, was born on a farm in Audubon county, Iowa, October 6, 1888. He moved to Dickinson county March 1, 1901, and received his education in the public schools. He married Minnie Hartman December 18, 1912, and has one son, Duane Albert. In 1914, he moved to Spirit Lake, Iowa, and three years later to Montgomery, Iowa, where he still lives and where he conducted a general store for nine years. He was township clerk ten years, township assessor four years, a worker in the Red Cross several years, and was superintendent of the Methodist Sunday school for many years. Served in the forty-fifth regular and extra sessions and re-elected to the forty-fifth general assembly. A democrat.

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SANFORD ZEIGLEB, JR., Fairfield.—Representative from Jefferson county, was born in Fairfield, Iowa, September 27, 1891. Attended the public schools of Fairfield, and Parsons college. Was married November 28, 1912, to Erma H. Fisher of Fairfield, and has one child, Virginia. A member of the Masonic orders, Walton golf and country club, and the Methodist church. Second lieutenant, company K, fourth regiment, U. S. national guard of Iowa, organized in 1918. Served as clerk of the district court and a member of the board of supervisors of Jefferson county. Was elected and served as secretary of the Jefferson county fair, and director and vice president of the southeastern Iowa horticultural society. Engaged in farming and fruit growing. County chairman republican central committee since 1922. Was elected for second term on the republican state central committee. Serving first term in the legislature. A republican.

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IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936 COUNTY OFFICERS OF IOWA FOR YEARS 1935-36 AD AIR COUNTY—County Seat: Office

Name of Officer

Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

D. L. Simpson A. L. Murphy Arthur Louk Edith Power Dunham M. L. Lydon Edna Barnes F. A. Malcolm E. K. Sexsmith-Harper W. E. DonCarlos

Greenfield

Postoffice Address

Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Otto A. Johnston. Mineva C. Moon. C. T. Gillet. Myrtle Bliss J. W. Angus Maude M. Friman... Fred D. McClelland. Boyd N. Roland M. E. Wilmarth

Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Greenfield Greenfield Greenfield Greenfield Greenfield Greenfield Greenfield Greenfield Greenfield

ADAMS COUNTY—County Seat:

Corning Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Corning. Corning. Corning. Corning. Corning. Corning. Corning. Corning. Corning.

ALLAMAKEE COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor , Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. .. Engineer Coroner County Attorney. ,

JohnH. Palmer O t t o H . Fossum C. C. Hoth Emmett C. Sullivan. John P King Isabella McCormick. Harry Orr John L. Bresnahan. . W m . F. Sharer

Clyde L. Erskine Howard D. Evans W. B. Haught John R. Smith Roscoe C. Wales Clarence McCracken R. C. Craig Hugh I. Johnson Hugh G. Guernsey

F. W. Asmus.. John H. Crees. F. A. Johnson. A. M. Sorensen Fred Clemmensen Flora S. Rendleman.., F. W. Sarvis Hans J. Johnson Gay S. Thomas

Carl Culver Robert J. Hilliard... George D. McElroy. Lloyd L. Berry Leland A. Fry E l l a M . Mehlhaus... M. A. Hall. John R. Burrows... Victor D . Vifquain.

Centerville Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat

Audubon

Audubon. Audubon. Audubon. Audubon. Audubon. Audubon. Audubon. Audubon. Audubon.

BENTON COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican

Centerville Centerville Centerville Mystic Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville Centerville

AUDUBON COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Waukon

Waukon. Waukon. Waukon. Waukon. Waukon. Waukon. Waukon. Waukon. Waukon.

APPANOOSE COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Politics

Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican

Vinton

Vinton. Vinton. Vinton Vinton Vinton Vinton Vinton Belle Plaine. Belle Plaine.

Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

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COUNTY OFFICERS BLACK HAWK COUNTY—County Seat: Office Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Name of Officer Bailey Barnes Fred L. Mead Anna M. Decker Eva M. Brebner H.T.Wagner A. E. Jewett 0 . C. Thompson Dr. Sidney D . Smith Burr C. Towne

Waterloo

Postoffice Address

Politics Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo Waterloo

Republican Republican

BOONE COUNTY—County Seat: Boone Auditor Clerk of Court.. Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

William H. Bennett. Glenn R. Peterson.. J. Harold Peterson.. Olive P. Myers FredL. W i l k i n s . . . . Marvin J. Cooper. . R. E. Patterson Harry W. Srhroeder Marlowe Williams..

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Boone Boone Boone Boone Boone Boone Boone Boone Boone

BEEMEE COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court. . . Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

H. J. Stumme H. C. Richmann W. C.Hoth George T. Moulds Frank Sager Mildred E. Smith W. S. Chapman Dr. L. D. Jay William M. Gannon

Waverly

Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly Waverly

BUCHANAN COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court.. . Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

J. M. Gemmel A r l e e G . W . Blank.. John Corcoran, Jr Hazel F. Ensminger. A. W. Hammelman.. Dayton H. Winter... R. W. Gearhart Dr. M. C.Melrose.. R. J. Kramer

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Republican Democrat

Independence

Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence Independence

Republican Republican Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Democrat

BUENA VISTA COUNTY—County Seat: Storm Lake Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Wilbur H. Kaufman. VeraL. Scott Basil Rice Regina Pierson E. A. Thompson A. E. Harrison A. H. Cunningham.. H. E. Farnsworth. . . Z. Z. White

Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm

Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake

BUTLEE COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

George W. Hesalroad. Hugh L. Mosher Lee L. Parks Mary E. Van Vlack... Henry W. Burma Hazel M. Black O. A. Zack Forrest C. Whittaker. George R. Blake

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Allison

Allison Parkersburg Allison Allison Allison Allison Allison Dumont Shell Rock..

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

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CALHOUN COUNTY—County Seat: Eockwell City Office

Postoffice Address

Name of Officer

Auditor Clerk cf Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Ccroner County Attorney

Edw'n Bretthauer W. E. Lovett John G. Safley Sara S. Cooper M. E. Dawson A. L. W iseman W. E. McClure *..... F. W. Hobart V. P. McManus

Rockwell City Lake City Rockwell City Rockwell City Rockwell City Rockwell City Rockwell City Lake City Manson

CAJRROLL COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

W. T. Florencourt Michael J. Thelen T. J. Ryan Bernard J. Madigan Frank Buchheit H H Lin ton J. F. Maher A. F. Smith, M. D F. H. Cooney

Auditor Clerk of Court. . . Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. . Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Jennie M. Ward C. M. Skipton L. A. Breeling E. H. Pelzer P. P. Edwards Georgia Byrne Darrell N. Blake W. W. Kitson, M. D E. S. Holton

Carroll

Atlantic

Hermann Onken Howard S. Hamilton J. M. Blazek Helen R. Schriver W. W. Christian Jane McCormick.. Howard L. Phelps. A. M. McCormick. B. J. Maxwell

Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican

Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic Atlantic Anita..

CEDAR COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner. County Attorney

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican

Carroll Carroll Carroll Carroll Carroll Carroll Carroll Manning Carroll

CASS COUNTY—County Seat:

Tipton

Tipton Tipton Tipton Tipton Tipton Tipton West Branch.. Tipton Mechanicsville

CERRO GORDO COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court.. . Treasurer Recorder Sbtriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Arthur Harris S. H. MacPeak Joy Ridgeway Nelle Huntley J. M. Robertson JPearl Tannar , R. E. Robertson J. E. McDonald, M. D F. B. Shaffer

Mason Mason Mason Mason Mason Mason Mason Mason Mason

H. M. Montgomery.. Wayne H. Flickinger. F. M. Tyner Boyd J. Sinkey Arthur N. Tilton Irene Brooks Floyd Ruby Dr. C. F. Quinn Archie R. Nelson

Cherokee Cherokee Cherokee Cherokee Cherokee Cherokee Cherokee Cherokee Cherokee

Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican

Mason City

City City City City City City City City City

CHEROKEE COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Politics Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Democrat

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican

Cherokee Republican Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican

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COUNTY OFFICERS CHICKASAW COUNTY—County Seat: New Hampton Office Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff. Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Name of Officer A. M. Russell Florence Kearns W. H. Christensen Pearl McKee George C. Murray Alfred 0. Vaala Fred Lyf ord W. M. Larkin V. S. White

!Postoffice Address New Hampton New Hampton New Hampton New Hampton New Hampton New Hampton New Hampton New Hampton New Hampton

CLARKE COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. . Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Floyd Jones Lloyd Woods Tom Callahan Jessie F. Copeland. Floyd McQuern... Ada M. Tillotson.. L. W. McKinley... H. E. Stroy H. G. Stubblefield.

Auditor Clerk of Court..., Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

M. M. Moulton.. J. H. Peterson. . . C. C. Bender Russell B. Mann. Fred E. Erickson. Delia M. Grubb.. Floyd Campbell.. Dr. J. M. Sokol. Gilbert S. James ,

Osceola

Osceola Osceola. Osceola Osceola Osceola Osceola Osceola Osceola Osceola

CLAY COUNTY—County Seat:

Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Spencer

Spencer. Spencer. Spencer. Spencer. Spencer. Spencer. Spenner. Spencer. Spencer.

CLAYTON COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

E. F. Seifert G.H.Meyer J. F. Maley Verna M. O'Connor. L. J. Palas.

Mary A. Meyer David E. Hoover Leslie Oelke A. H. Borman

Clerk of Court Treasurer. Recorder Sheriff Sunt of Schools Engineer Coroner

County Attorney

W. BuellGode William F. Ralff Walter G. Bockel Carl H. Sohr Edwin R Cooke Fred C Bowersox Benton Anderson L. R. Riggert, M. D Edward C. Halbach

P. J. Portz Emil M. Peters.... Walter L. Denker. Frank Larsen A. C. Greene F. N. Olry. W. J. Wearmouth. . John Gottburg Robert K. Brannon.

Elkader Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

Clinton

Clinton Clinton Clinton Clinton Clinton Clinton Clinton Clinton Clinton

CRAWFORD COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner CountyAttorney.

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Elkader... Elkader... Elkader... Elkader... Elkader... Ekader... Elkader... El leader... Guttenberg

CLINTON COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor

Politics Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican

Denison. Denison.. Denison.. Denison.. Denison.. Denison.. Denison.. Schleswig. Denison..

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Democrat

Denison Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Democrat

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DALLAS COUNTY—County Seat: Office

Name of Officer

Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

mgey Ralph E. Joy F. C. Bengtson Hazel Jolley C. A. Knee May A. Hills I. C. Buckman L. H. DeFord Curtis W. Gregory

Postoffice Address

C.R.Allen Wilbur R. M c M a i n s . . . . Floyd Patterson Verlin Francis Ress Graham H. C. Brown Arnold Krane Chas. D. Fenton, M. D., W. R. Fimmen

Bloomfield Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

Bloomfield Bloomfield Bloomfield Bloomfield Bloomfield Bloomfield Bloomfield Bloomfield Bloomfield

Democrat Republican

DECATUR COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools... Engineer Coroner County Attorney. .

W. B. Halstead Eva R. McGinnis A. L. Sears Laura Alldredge J. Leon Leeper W. H. Eliason Claud R. Pitts Dr. M. W. Rogers Dio S McGinnis

Roy Welterlen Burton Clark A.L.Clark Abbie M. H o w a r d . . . . Harry G. Utley Floyd E. Pratt Henry S. Klaus Dr. John A. May Harlan J. Williamson.

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican

Manchester

Manchester Manchester Delhi Manchester, Manchester Manchester Manchester Manchester Manchester

DES MOINES COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

KarlM. Pfeiff.... J. D. J a c k s o n . . . . Joseph P. Haffner E. C. Youngstrora Harry W. H u n t . . L. L. Woodruff... J. F. W i n t e r s . . . . Chris Adank John A. Dailey...

Leon

Leon Leon Leon Leon Leon Leon Leon Leon Leon

DELAWARE COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of C o u r t . . . Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. . Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Politics Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Adel. Adel. Adel. AdeL... Adel.... Adel.... Adel.... Redfield. Adel....

DAVIS COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Adel

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Burlington

Burlington Burlington Burlington Burlington Burlington Burlington Burlington Burlington Burlington

Republican Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

DICKINSON COUNTY—County Seat: Spirit Lake Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Carl W. Moeller.... Earl A. Miguel W. M. Moreland... Helen M. Davidson. George L. Paulsen.. B. W. Burnison. . . . R. A. Furman. Dr. P. G. Grimm... K. B. Welty

Spirit Spirit Spirit Spirit Spirit Spirit Spirit Spirit Spirit

Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake

Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican

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COUNTY OFFICEES DUBUQUE COUNTY—County Seat: Name of Officer

Office Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner Countyr.Attomey.

P. J. Kies V a l L . Kies Frank J. Hickson. L e o L . Tschudi... Thomas J. Ryder. Joseph F l y n n . . . . A. A. Rhomberg.. Dr. C. C. Coady. . John L. Duffy

Postoffice Address Dubuque. Dubuque. Dubuque. Dubuque. Dubuque. Dubuque. Dubuque. Dubuque. Dubuque.

EMMET COUNTY—County Seat: Gladys M. Bringle Trwin C. Nichols.. K. J. Ersland Hattie Osmundson Clifif Fredericksen. Marie Sorum L. L. Boggess Fred J. Sternborg. William M. B a l e . .

Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

J. H. Cline Philip K. Meskel. Frank G. Lee L. A. Grimes. H. J. Nehring Meyer L. r A. G. D . Finch J . R . Wood Edgar A. Traeger.

Politics Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

Estherville

Estherville Estherville Estherville Estherville Estherville Estherville Estherville Estherville Estherville

FAYETTE COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Dubuque

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

West Union

West Union. West Union. West Union. West Union. West Union. West Union. West Union. Wadena. West Union.

Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

FLOYD COUNTY—County Seat: Charles City Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

GusO. Michel!. H. A. Slinger... C. E. Laun. Grace Rex Curtis., B. F. Atherton Fannie G. Howell. A. J. Van Sise Charles Snyder.... Jens Grothe

Rockford.... Charles City. Charles City. Charles City. Charles City. Charles City. Charles City. Charles City. Charles City.

FEANKLIN COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of C o u r t . . . Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

E. D. Haecker. W.T.Webb. Earl Hackbarth Nettie L. Argent F. C. Schwieger H. J. Henderson Paul Rudisill John F. Martin, M. D., James E. Coonley

Auditor Clerk of Court.. Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Earl E. Cowden Leslie O. Ross Claude C. Case Florence B. McKean. John T. Redenbaugh. StellM. Daland Ralph H. Greenwood Ralph M. Lovelady.. Harold L. Martin

Sidney... Sidney. .. Sidney... Sidney... Sidney... Sidney... Sidney... Sidney... Hamburg

Republican Republican Republican

Hampton

Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton Latimor.. Hampton

FEEMONT COUNTY—County Seat:

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Sidney Republican Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican Democrat

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GEEENE COUNTY—County Seat: Office

Name of Officer

Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. . Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

C. E. Crooks L. G. Grant Charles Cleveland. M. W., Kelly. Foss Davis. R. A. Morris S. J. Melson Lawrence C. Hanson. Guy C. Richardson..

Jefferson

Postoffice Address Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson Jefferson

Politics Republican Republican Demoqat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

GEUNDY COUNTY—County Seat: Grundy Center Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

L. A. Meyer A. C. Gravenstein W. H. Frerichs Ruie M. Dickinson M. G. Mamminga K. F. Jones T. W. Wiersma L. D. Coffman W. L. Mooty

Grundy Grundy Grundy Grundy Grundy Grundy Grundy Grundy Grundy

Center Center Center Center Center Center Center Center Center

Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican

GUTHEIE COUNTY—County Seat: Guthrie Center Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. . Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

William H. Chaopell. Harry L. Cowden Truman C. Knauer.. Loa G. Headlee E. E. Kunkle Fred R. Tucker L. S. Gates H. H. Hill C. H. Taylor

Guthrie Guthrie Guthrie Guthrie Guthrie Guthrie Guthrie Guthrie Guthrie

HAMILTON COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

L. L. Doolittle H. O. Cutler J. K. Fear Arthur L. Nelson James L. O'Malley Zell VerryhiU M. Y. Kinne E. F. Rambo George B. Aden

Center Center Center Center Center Center Center Center Center

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Webster City

Webster City Webster City Webster City Webster City Webster City Webster City Webster City Stanhope.... Webster City

Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican

HANCOCK COUNTY—County Seat: Garner Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Fred C. Missal W. Elmer Raw Roy L. McMillin Fern Peck Katter Enlo Peck Hanson J. R. Baggs C. F. Merten K. F. Boughton W.D.Daly

Garner Garner Garner Garner Garner Garner Garner Britt.. Garner

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

HAEDIN COUNTY—County Seat: Eldora Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. . Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Frank Jackson... FredL Miller... H. J. Schmitz H. C.Marks W. H. Thompson. Bessie Steinberg.. C. A. Boeke Fred Wehrman... J. W. Thompson.

Eldora Eldora.... Eldora Eldora Eldora Eldora Eldora Eldora Iowa Falls.

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

165

COUNTY OFFICEKS HAKKISON CQUNTY—County Seat: Office

Name of Officer Fred C. Behm Margaret Hansen J. C. Hammitt K. C. Acrea C. F Cross Arlene Van Cleave Thos. A. Cherry L. L. Robson William M. Tatum

Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer. Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Logan

Postoffice Logan Logan Logan Missouri Valley Logan Missouri Valley Logan Dunlap Logan

Politics Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Democrat Democrat

HENEY COUNTY—County Seat: Mt. Pleasant John E. Myers J. N. Hileman J. P. Brown Rachel Wormhoudt Manning Cline Mae Grau C. E. Smith D. L. Cookes J. V. Gray

Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder... Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Mt. Mt. Mt. Mt. Mt. Mt. Mt. Mt. Mt.

Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant Pleasant

HOWABD COUNTY—County Seat:

Cresco Republican Republican Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican

George L. Champlin Rutb A. Woodard Frieda G. Lauck L. L. Lyons Albert T. Pederson Zina Fe^senden L. L. Lowry E. L. Bradley Clarence H. Anderson

Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

HUMBOLDT COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Otto H. Johnson.. M. A. Wallukait.. Thos. B. B y r n e . . . R. L. Wittman.... H. J. Sexe. Thos. E. Johnson K. J. Smith J. K. Coddington, M. D . Stanley M. Nielsen

Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican Democrat

Humboldt

Humboldt... Dakota City. Humboldt... Humboldt... Dakota City. Bode. Humboldt. Humboldt. Humboldt.

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

IDA COUNTY—County Seat: Ida Grove Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

C. H. Dall Charles P. Denison Edward Lindsay Ray Yousling C. H. Dahlquist... C. A. Bahnsen G. S. Witters J. A. Christensen. Jr Ray G.Walter

Ida Grove.., Ida Grove... Ida Grove.., Ida Grove... Tda Grove... Ida Grove.., Ida Grove.. Battle Creek Ida Grove..,

IOWA COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of C o u r t . . . Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Werner Uhlmann . F. Randolph... A. Rouse. oy G. Faas MilfordEnglebert. Alice DeSpain W. K. Chantry.... E. M Mahannah.. Harold Clay pool...

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican

Marengo

Williamsburg. Marengo Marengo Marengo Marengo Marengo Marengo North English Williamsburg.

Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

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JACKSON COUNTY—County Seat: Office

Maquoketa

Name of Officer

Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

H. D. Crowley Don Sagers John Huilman Ada F. McCarthy Leo Heinecke Charles F. Martin T. E. Riley Dr. John W. Jordan L. C. Schroeder

Postoffice

Politics Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Democrat

Maquoketa Maquoketa Maquoketa Maquoketa Maquoketa Maquoketa Maquoketa Maquoketa Maquoketa

JASPER COUNTY—County Seat: Newton Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

E. E. Efnor L. S. Kennington F. H. McCarl Ruth E. Wooton Earl Shields Lucy E. Hall Ray McMurray Dr. E. A. McMurray P. J. Siegers

JEFFERSON COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner. County Attorney

Sigurd Jorgenson J. Nobie Calhoun A. R. Carlson Mrs. Virginia Oliver Fred R. Mclntire Miss June Chidester M. H. Bryant C. C. Tallman, M. D J. Ernest Corey

Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican

Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton Newton

Democrat Democrat

Fairfield

Fairfield Fairfield Fairfield Fairfield Fairfield Fairfield Fairfield Fairfield Fairfield.

Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

JOHNSON COUNTY—County Seat: Iowa City Auditor Clerk of Court. . . Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

EdSulek Walter J. Barrow W.E. Smith R. J. Jones Don McComas W. N. Leeper R. H. Justen Dr. George Maresh E. A. Baldwin

Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa

City City City City City City City City City

Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican Democrat

JONES COUNTY—County Seat: Anamosa Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

George F. Specht L e Byerly T. E. McNamara Bess E. Sherman Henry Eichhorn Nellie V. Morey E. G. Henningsen

J-J-Hayes

Marvin Levsen

Monticello. Monticello. Anamosa.. Anamosa.. Anamosa.., Anamosa.. Anamosa... Monticello. Anamosa..

Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Independent Democrat Republican

KEOKUK COUNTY—County Seat: Sigourney Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. .. Engineer Coroner County Attorney. .

Dean P. Hamilton.. C. E. Utterback.... L. F. Richardson... Agnes Deimerly E. E. Tremmel H. S. McVicker Floyd K. Brown. . . Irvin H. Reynolds.. Ralph H. Goeldner.

Sigourney Sigourney Sigourney Sigourney Sigourney Sigourney Sigourney Sitfourney Sigourney

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican

167

COUNTY OFFICERS KOSSUTH COUNTY—County Seat: Office Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Name of Officer E. J. Butler Katharine McEvoy M.J.Duffy J. J. Dooley Carl Dahlhauser William Shirley H. M. Smith R. A. Evans Maurice C. McMahon

Postoffice

N.J. T u c k e r . . . . . . . . C.T.Hull John L. Judy Amelia H. Smith Harry V. D. Maas... E. C. Lynn M. F. McFarland.... Walter H. Clements. D. J. McNamara

Fort Madison Ft. Madison Ft. Madison Ft. Madison Ft. Madison Keokuk Donnellson. Ft. Madison Ft. Madison Keokuk....

LINN COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer. Coroner County Attorney.

Robert M. Vesely Edwin W. Lundquist. Milo J. Sedlacek Dempsy Jones James H. Smith Lulu B. Secrist William H. Behrens.. Dr. C. E. Irwin. G. K. Thompson.

Fred M. Cutkomp. R. V. Winter Francis M. Bucher. Jessie C. Lockwood George W. Oakes.. Ada Smith A. W. Hinderman. George C. Jamison. William O. Weaver

Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids, Marion Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids Cedar Rapids

R. A. Dillman... G. C. Burgstrum, L. D. Brewer Zelma Mullins. ., Miles F. Mason.. Helen Pfrimmer., A. R. Bartell Dr. C. L. Brittell J. A. Jarvis. .

Auditor Clerk of Court.. Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Cbrpner County Attorney

T. D. M c G u i r e . . . . . . . . L.E.Walters L.J. Dehn W.B.Rogers J. J. McGuire Miss Elizabeth Trie E. B. Carson A. H. Lockwood Melvin Burns

Republican Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican

Chariton

Chariton Chariton Chariton Chariton Chariton Chariton Chariton Chariton Chariton

LYON COUNTY—County Seat:

Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican

Wapello

Wapello Wapello Wapello Wapello Wapello Wapello Wapello Wapello Wapello

LUCAS COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court. . Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat

Cedar Eapids

LOUISA COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Politics Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Democrat

Algona Algona Algona Algona Algona Algona Algona Algona Algona

LEE COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Algona

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat

Eock Eapids

Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock Rock

Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids Rapids, Rapids, Rapids

Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

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MADISON COUNTY—County Seat: Office

Winterset Postoffice

Name of Officer

Politics

Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools

Henry L. Davis P. E. Rose Fonda W. Creger Valda C. Bishop A. E. Null Kate Z. Kale

Winterset Winterset Winterset Winterset Winterset Winterset

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Coroner County Attorney

A. A. Richards Charles D. Van Werden

Winterset Winterset

Republican Republican

MAHASKA COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor C lerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

B. E. E v a n s . . . F. W. Wright.. Fred Williams.. D. B. Hawkins. F. Hook. J . I . Lynch R. H. Tumy L. F. Catterson. Harold J. Fleck.

Gerald W. Paardekooper. Don L. Remy D. D. Galvin Wilhelmina Wilkes Paul J Grundman Sadie Batten Robert T. Johnson Dr. F. M. Roberts Leon N. Miller

J. E. Soderquist. C. A. Norland... L. G. Lampman. Rose Rook C. E. Wicklund. C. C. Shutt. D. C. E l d e r . . . . R. R. Haupert. J. W. Pattie. . .

Knoxville Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Democrat

Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville Knoxville

MARSHALL COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court. . . Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Republican Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Republican Democrat

Oskaloosa Oskaloosa Oskaloosa Oskaloosa Oskaloosa Oskaloosa Oskaloosa Oskaloosa Oskaloosa

MAKION COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of C o u r t . . . Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Oskaloosa

Marshalltown

Marshalltown Marshalltown Marshalltown Marshalltown Marshalltown Marshalltown Marshalltown Marshalltown Marshalltown

Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican

MILLS COUNTY—County Seat: Glenwood Auditor Clerk of Court.. Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

E. A. Schade J. F. Greene, Jr Otto Judkins Hattie M. Brown W. S. DeMoss Amy Hammers T. E. Martin F. H. Raynor William H. T. Wellons

Glenwood Glenwood Glenwood Glenwood Glenwood Glenwood Glenwood Glenwood Glenwood

MITCHELL COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer... Coroner County Attorney

Clifford Moss W. J. Tyrrell A. T. Brookins Melvin J. Weinsrhenk Charles Kathan Rena Jean Nelson Clifford Goplcrud Dr. J. O. Eiel Carl F. Conway

Republican Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican

Osage Republican Republican Republican Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican

269

COUNTY OFFICERS MONONA COUNTY—County Seat: Onawa Office

Postoffice

Name of Officer

Auditor Clerk of Court.. Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

I. S. Hartigan J. T. Barnard LeviMcNeill Margaret L. Duxbury... Grover C. Rasmussen... Ruth Myrland Ray Rawlings Dr. E. E. Cingles James Cooper

Politics Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Republican

Ute Onawa Onawa Onawa Moorbead Onawa Onawa Onawa Onawa

MONROE COUNTY—County Seat: Albia Auditor Clerk of Court. Treasurer Recorder , Sheriff. Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Isabella Hhpe Alfred J. H e a d . . . . John L. Goode Albert M. Wilson., John W. Goodwin, Ether Roberts

Albia. Albia. Albia. Albia. Albia. Albia.

Republican Republican Democrat i Republican Democrat Republican

Frank N. Bay, M. D . . Frank A. Nichol

Albia. Albia.

Republican Republican

MONTGOMERY COUNTY—County Seat: Red Oak Auditor Clerk of Court.. Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Grant Falk C. E. Longstreet. Floyd M. Pratt. . A. G Illingworth John Conkel Lula B. Reed P.A.Michel Walter Sellergren. Lester L. Orsborn

Red Red Red Red Red Red Red Red Red

Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat \ Republican

Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak Oak

Republican Republican

MUSCATINE COUNTY—County Seat: Muscatine Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner, County Attorney

....

Kenneth Coder E. C. Erwin Arthur J. Nicholson Ida E. Grimm F.B.Nesper E. D. Bradley F. P. G. Halbfass Dr. W. S. Norton C. H. Fishburn

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican

Muscatine Muscatine Muscatine Muscatine Muscatine Muscatine Muscatine, Muscatine Muscatine

O'BRIEN COUNTY—County Seat: Primghar Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

I. R. Isenberg W. A. Hoeven William F. Kaiser Howard Davis Edw. Leemkuil Margaret Mann W. L. Anderson H. L. Avery E. A. Jinkinson

OSCEOLA COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

F. W. Folkers P. J. Knapp George B. Brunson Bertha Noehren Homer I. Ramsey Gladys W. Bradley Edward Winkel Dr. F. Reinsch E. F. Kennedy

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Primghar Primghar Prjmghar Primghar Primghar Primghar Prjmghar Primghar Primghar

Republican Democrat

Sibley Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Dem«>crat Republican Republican Democrat

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PAGE COUNTY—County Seat:

Clarinda Postoffice

Name of Officer

Office Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Katharine Millen Myrtle B. Nies B. F. Mitts Ruth Parker Frank N. Keenan Mabel Searl Robert C. Brown Leslie Walker Willis A. Glassgow

Clarinda Clarinda Clarinda Clarinda Clarinda Clarinda Clarinda Clarinda Shenandoah

PALO ALTO COUNTY—County Seat: D. L. Johnson E. M. Thompson Casper Nelson ElUn K. Brereton Bert F. Montgomery.. Florence Wells T. R. Martin Dr. J. W. Woodbridge Joseph P. Hand

Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Leonard A. Ludwig. Earl F. Remer A. Langhout Marie Jahn R. E. Rippey Christine L. Petersen. M. B. Starr S. H. Luken E. P. Murray

Emmetsburg Emmetsburg Emmetsburg Emmetsburg Emmetsburg Emmetsburg Emmetsbur? Emmetsburg Emmetsburg

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Democrat

Pocahontas

Roy A. Johnson J . W . Berry J. F. Carlson Verge Peterson Hubert Kapsch Grace D. McMichael A. L. Thornton

Pocahontas Pocahontas Pocahontas Pocahontas Pocahontas Pocahontas Pocahontas

Republican Republican Republican Democrat Democrat Republican Republican

A. C. Carmichael

Pocahontas

Republican

POLK COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of C o u r t . . . Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Democrat

Le Mars

Le Mars Le Mars Le Mars Le Mars Le Mars Le Mars Le Mars Le Mars LeMars

POCAHONTAS COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Republican Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican

Emmetsburg

PLYMOUTH COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. . Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

Politics

Ernest S. Olmsted C. A. Homer Allen Munn Agnes Lee Hermansen. Chas. F. Keeling Harry Andrews F. O. Laing. W. C. Carpenter.. Carl A. Burkman.

Des Des Des Des Des Des Des Des Des

Des Moines Moines Moines Moines Moines Moines Moiuci Moines Moines Moines

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

POTTAWATTAMIE COUNTY—County Seat: Council Bluffs Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

W. J. Flood E. E. Coe Nick O'Brien Mary D. Zurmuehlen. Joe F. Perry Mrs. Laura Leonard.. P. V. Saum. Thos. A. Belford. Robt. B, Organ. .

Council Council Council Council Council Council Council Council Council

Bluffs Bluffs Bluffs Bulffs Bluffs Bluffs Bluffs Bluffs Bluffs

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

171

COUNTY OFFICERS POWESHIEK COUNTY—County Seat: Office

Name of Officer

Auditor Clerk, of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

A. C. Heath Glen L. Eichhom Ross McDonald. Mattie L. Law Dennis L. Mulcahy Emma P. Denham C. E. Olson 0. Dale Smith Chas. P. Vogel

Montezuma Postoffice

Montezuma Montezuma Montezuma Montezuma Montezuma Deep River Montezuma Grinnell Grinnell

RINGGOLD COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

F. F. Fogle Asa W. Huggins EarlT. Hoover Joe demons O. K. Knight Vera F. Dickens S. B. Stuck Jas. T. Stanton, M. D Emmet R. Warin

Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Wesley Gilbert Harry E. Tbiessen... Carl L. Anderson.... Mrs. C. M. Mohler.. W. J. Stuart P. A. Lauterbach Walter C. Otto G. H. Bassett, M. D. F.H.Wilson

Sac Sac Sac Sac Sac Sac Sac Sac Sac

SCOTT COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court. . Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Albert O. Kurth Nic LeGrand Ben F. Luetje Benj. Zoeckler Frank D. Martin Harry W. Banze John M. Malloy Dr. W. F. Skelley Leon A. Grapes

Mount Ayr

Sac City

Chris Brodersen Gerald L. Larson Fred W. Peters Mike Finken Grover Philson Rose M Parker Jos. P. Camery Dr. J. P. McGowan

R. E. Hines

Davenport

Davenport. Davenport. Davenport. Davenport Davenport Walcott Davenport Davenport Davenport

M. J. Van Wyk Dewey Wiersma A. Balkema Jeannette H. Teeslink Hugo Synhorst Charles H.Tye KarlL. Seliger Dr. Albert C. Jongewaard Charles B. Hoeven

Republican Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican

Harlan

Harlan Harlan Harlan Harlan Harlan Harlan Harlan Harlan Harlan

SIOUX COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

City. City. City. City. City. City. City. City. City.

SHELBY COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Democrat Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Democrat

Mt. Ayr Mt. Ayr Mt. Ayr Mt. Ayr Mt. Ayr Mt. Ayr Mt. Ayr Mt. Ayr Mt. Ayr

SAC COUNTY—County Seat:

Politics Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Democrat

Orange City

Orange City. Orange City . Orange City. Orange City. Orange City. Orange City. Orange City. Sioux Center Orange City.

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

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STORY COUNTY—County Seat: Name of Officer

Office

Bvron Dickey Lake E. Davisson G. H. Ludvdg Hattie D. Fowler J. R. Hatterv Lucile Douglass Sam Steigerwalt D. G. Mills Frank H. Lounsberry

Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff SupL of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Nevada Postoffice

Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada McCallsburg Nevada

Politics Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

TAMA COUNTY—County Seat: Toledo Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney. . .

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican

L. M. Youngman Hugo H. Joens Charles E. Brandt Earl Wolfe E. C. Harris B. F. Clark Harry A. Rager Harvey Jones Raphael R. R. Dvorak

TAYLOE COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Thomas L. Euhn. Frank Herriott... J. R. Henderson.. Nellie Thomas. . . T. V. Lacy Anna Churchill... S. R. Weir Floyd Shun Roger F. Warm..

Rex M. Wilder H. T. Scurr James W. Leach Joseph H. Ogg J. R. Ewing Ella M. Day Arthur K. Olsen A. S. Beatty Marshall F. Camp

Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Democrat

Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford Bedford

UNION COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Bedford

Creston

Creston Creston Creston Creston Creston Creston Creston Creston Creston

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

VAN BUEEN COUNTY—County Seat: Keosauqua Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Forrest D. Moreland Gerald B. Reutzel... J. K. O'Neill Gladys Miller Roy Pickard Cornelia C. Hodges.. George N. Aid rich... Harold W. Catcott. . Joseph W. Newbold.

Keosauqua. Keosauqua. Keosauqua. Keosauqua. Keosauqua. Keosauqua.. Keosauqua. Birmingham Keosauqua.

WAPELLO COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

J. Edward Love Herman J. Bremhorst Guy Kitterman , Maude L. M a t h e r . . . , C. E. Harding , CeliaM. Bell Harry E. Hansel John N. Drake Edward J. Grier ,

Ottumwa Ottumwa Ottumwa, Ottumwa Ottumwa Ottuwma Ottumwa, Ottumwa. Ottumwa.

Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

Ottumwa Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

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COUNTY OFFICERS WAEREN COUNTY—County Seat: Office

Name of Officer

Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. 6i Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Indianola Postoffice

A. H. Traub P. K. McKee Clint S. Steele Alice Crawford Frank Houghtaling W. M. McGee D. L. Thomas C.H.Mitchell S.E.Prall

WASHINGTON COUNTY—County Seat: Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff.. Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Ethel Grecian R R. Noonan Marion S. George Harriet Coulter H. M. Putnam Lester B. Krabill W. P. Rawn W.S.Kyle.... George F. Morrison

Politics Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat " Republican Republican Republican Republican

Indianola Indianola Indianola Indiaiiola Indianola Indianola Indianola Indianola Indianola

Washington

Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington Washington

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

WAYNE COUNTY—County Seat: Cory don Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

O. D. Sharp Ray O. Richard B.H.Swegle Bessie Lewis J. E. Donald Icel Kern Rosco Brady Dr. D. H. Wire Kenneth Mumma

Corydon Allerton. Seymour Allerton. Seymour Corydon. Corydon. Corydon, Corydon

Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat | Republican Republican Democrat Republican

WEBSTEE COUNTY—County Seat: Fort Dodge Raymond L. Clausen... Hugh D. McMahon V. E. Hale Elmo McCormick Robert Wadburger Lula Rose Orr C. A. Snook Harold T. Larsen, M. D. Edward Breen, Jr.

Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort Fort

Dodge Dodge Dodge Dodge Dodge Dodge Dodge Dodge Dodge

Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Democrat

WINNEBAGO COUNTY—County Seat: Forest City Oscar G. Narum DeVereHirt Odden Horn Johnston Clara B. Olson G. S. Jones Dr. H. F. Thompson A. J. Hill

Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

:

Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest Forest

City City City City City City City City City

Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Democrat Democrat

WINNESHIEK COUNTY—County Seat: Decorah Auditor Clerk of Court... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Sylvester Handley. Juliam Noe C M . Anderson... Harry Haugen Mike C.Graf Charles G. Stoen.. Frank W. Arneson O. R. Iverson T. H. Carolan

Decorah Decorah Decorah Decorah Decorah Decorah Decorah Decorah Decorah

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat

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WOODBUEY COUNTY—County Seat: Office Auditor Clerk of Court Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools Engineer Coroner County Attorney

Postoffice

Name of Officer W. H. Thompson William T. Ryan Van W. Hammerstrom John F. Wilson William R. Tice C. G. Hadley James C. McLean William M. Krigsten Max E. Duckworth

Sioux City

Sioux Sioux Sioux Sioux Sioux Sioux Sioux Sioux Sioux

City City City City City City City City City

Politics Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Democrat

WOETH COUNTY—County Seat: North wood Auditor Clerk of C o u r t . . . Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools.. Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

W. R. Christiansen. Ole 0 . Bakken Louie Mostrom Harvey E. Gaarder. Armot E. Weieneth. G. J. Frandle Thomas T. Teall. . . L.G.Hewitt 0 . J. Wardwell

No.thwood Northwood Northwood Northwood Northwood Northwood Northwood Northwood Northwood

Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

WEIGHT COUNTY—County Seat: Clarion Auditor Clerk of Court.... Treasurer Recorder Sheriff Supt. of Schools. . Engineer Coroner County Attorney.

F. Ross Henry R. V. Goslin H. E. Sullivan Grace L. Fletcher. Roy E. Wilson L. G. Focht T. F. Matson H.P.Walker Frank Riley

Clarion Clarion Clarion Clarion Clarion Clarion Clarion Clarion Clarion

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Republican

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175

UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT President—Franklin D. Roosevelt, of New York. Vice-President—John N. Garner, of Texas. CABINET OFFICERS Secretary of State—Oordell Hull, of Tennessee. Secretary of the Treasury—Henry Morgenthau, Jr., of New York. Secretary of War—George H. Dern, of Utah. Attorney General—Homer S. Cummings, of Connecticut. Postmaster General—James A. Farley, of New York. Secretary of the Navy—Claude A. Swanson, of "Virginia. Secretary of the Interior—Harold L. Ickes, of Illinois. Secretary of Agriculture—Henry A. Wallace, of Iowa. Secretary of Commerce—Daniel 0. Roper, of South Carolina. Secretary of Labor—Frances Perkins, of New York. SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES Chief Justice—Charles Evans Hughes, of New York; appointed 1930. Associate Justices—Willis Van Devanter, of Wyoming; appointed 1910. James Clark McReynoIds, of Tennessee; appointed 1914. Louis Dembitz Brandeis. of Massachusetts; appointed 1916. George Sutherland, of Utah; appointed 1922. /'ii'i-iM* lintler, of Minnesota; appointed 1922. Harlan F. Stone, of New York; appointed 1925. Owen J. Roberts, of Pennsylvania; appointed 1930. Benjamin N. Cardozo, of New York; appointed 1932. DEPARTMENT OF STATE Secretary of State—Cordell Hull. Undersecretary of State—William Phillips. Assistant Secretary—Wilbur J. Carr. Assistant Secretary—R. Walton Moore. Assistant Secretary—Francis B. Sayre. Assistant Secretary—Sumner Welles. Legal Advisor—Green H. Hackworth. Assistant to the Secretary—Harry A. McBride. Special assistant to the Secretary and chief of protocol—James Clement T)unn. Special assistant to the Secretary—Thomas Hewes. Executive assistant to the Secretary—Hugh S. Cumming, Jr. Assistant to the Undersecretary—Vinton Chapin. Executive Assistant to Assistant Secretary—Keith Merrill. Chief clerk and administrative assistant—Clinton E. MacEachran.

DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Secretary of the Treasury—Henry Morgenthau, Jr. The Undersecretary—Thomas J. Coolidge. General Counsel to the Secretary—Herman Oliphant. Assistant Secretary in charge of Engraving and Printing and Mint Service—Lawrence Wood Robert, Jr. , Assistant Secretary in charge of Coast Guard, Customs, and Narcotics—Stephen B. Gibbons.

Assistant Secretary in charge of Public Health—Josephine Roche. Administrative Assistant to the Secretary—Wm. H. McReynoIds. Chief Clerk—F. A. Birgfeld. Treasurer of the United States—William Alexander Julian. Commissioner of Accounts and Deposits—D. W. Bell. Commissioner of Customs—James H. Moyle. Commissioner of Narcotics—H. J. Anslinger. Director of Engraving and Printing—Alvin W. Hall. Comptroller of the Currency—J. F. T. O'Connor. Commissioner of Internal Revenue—Guy T. Helvoring. Director of the Mini-—Nellie Taylor Ross.

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IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936 DEPARTMENT OF WAR

Secretary of War—George H. Dern. Assistant Secretary—Harry H. Woodring. Administrative Assistant and Chief Clerk—John W. Martyn. Chief of General Staff—Gen. Douglas MacArthur. The Adjutant General—Maj. Gen. James F. McKinley. Inspector General—Maj. Gen. John F. Preston. Judge Advocate General—Maj. Gen. Arthur W. Brown. Quartermaster General—Maj. Gen. Louis H. Bash. Surgeon General—Maj. Gen. Robert U. Patterson. Chief of Bureau of Insular Affairs—Brig. Gen. Creed F. Cox. Chief of the National Guard Bureau—Maj. Gen. George E. Leach. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE Attorney General—Homer S. Cummings. Assistant to the Attorney General—William Stanley. Solicitor General—J. Crawford Biggs. Assistant Attorneys General—Harold M. Stephens, Frank J. Wideman, George C. Sweeney. JoReph B. Keenan, Harry W. Blair, Joseph R. Jackson. Assistant Solicitor General—Angus D. MacLean. Administrative Assistant to the Attorney General—Chas. E. Stewart. Director, Division of Investigation—J. Edgar Hoover. Director, Bureau of Prisons—Sanford Bates. Director, Bureau of War Ri*k Litigation—Will G. Beardslee. General Agent and Chief Clerk—John W. Gardner. POST OFFICE DEPARTMENT Postmaster General—James A. Farley. First Assistant Postmaster General—William W. Howes. Second Assistant Postmaster General—Harllee Branch. Third Assistant Postmaster General—Clinton B. Eilenberger. Fourth Assistant Postmaster General—Smith W. Purdum. Director of Postal Savings System—Benjamin F. Cain. Chief Inspector—Kildroy P. Aldrich. Chief Clerk—Owen A. Keen. Solicitor—Karl A. Crowley. DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY Secretary of the Navy—Claude A. Swanson. Assistant Secretary—Henry Latrobe Roosevelt. Chief of Naval Operations—Admiral William H. Standley. Chief of Bureau of Navigation—Rear Admiral William D. Leahy. Chief of Bureau of Medicine and Surgery—Rear Admiral Perceval S. Rossiter. Superintendent of Naval Observatory—Capt. J. F. Hellweg. Chief of Bureau of Yards and Docks—Rear Admiral N. M. Smith (CEO). Chief of Bureau of Ordnance—Rear Admiral H. R. Stark. Chief of Bureau of Construction and Repair—Rear Admiral Emory S. Land (CO). Chief of Bureau of Engineering—Rear Admiral Samuel M. Robinson. Chief of Bureau of Supplies and Accounts—Rear Admiral Christian J. Peoples (SC). Chief of Bureau of Aeronautics—Rear Admiral Ernest J. King. Judge Advocate General—Rear Admiral C. 0. Bloch. Hydrographer—Rear Admiral W. R. Gherhardi. Chief (Herk—Wm. D. Bergman. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Secretary of the Interior—Harold L. I ekes. First Assistant Secretary—Theodore A. Walters. Assistant Secretary—Oscar L. Chapman. Personal Assistant to the Secretary—Harry Slattery. Administrative Assistant—Ebert K. Burlew.

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Private Secretary to the Secretary—Fred L. Marx. Special Counsel to the Secretary—Clark Foreman. Acting Chief Clerk—Floyd E. Dotson. Solicitor—Nathan R. Margold. Assistant to the Solicitor—Charles Fahy. Board of Appeals—Frederick Bernays Wiener; John H. Thomas. Director, Division of Territories and Island Possessions—Dr. Ernest Henry Gruening. Director of Grazing—Farrington R. Carpenter. Acting Executive Secretary, Division of Geographic Names—John J. Cameron. Director of Investigations—Louis R. Glavis. Director of Information—Stuart Godwin. General Manager, Subsistence Homesteads—Charles E. Pynchon. Director, Soil Erosion Service—Hugh H. Bennett. Commissioner of the General Land Office—Fred W. Johnson. Commissioner of Indian Affairs—John Collier. Commissioner of Education—John W. Studebaker. Director of Geological Survey—W. C. Mendenhall. Commissioner of Bureau of Reclamation—Dr. Elwood Mead. Director of National Park Service—Arno B. Cammerer. Director, Bureau of Mines—John W. Finch. Superintendent, St. Elizabeth's Hospital—Dr. William A. White. Surgeon-in-Chief, Freedmen's Hospital—Dr. Wm. A. Warfield. Governor of Alaska—John W. Troy. Governor of Hawaii—Joseph B. Poindexter. Governor of the Virgin Islands—Paul M. Pearson. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Secretary of Agriculture—Henry A. Wallace. Undersecretary—Rexford G. Tugwell. Assistant Secretary—Milburn L. Wilson. Economic Advisor—Mordecai Ezekiel. Director of Extension Work—Clyde W. Warburton. Director of Personnel—Warner W. Stockberger. Director of Finance—William A. Jump. Director of Information—Milton S. Eisenhower. Solicitor—Seth Thomas. Chief, Office of Experiment Stations—James T. Jardine. Librarian—Claribel R. Barnett. Administrator, Agricultural Adjustment Administration—Chester 0. Davis. Chief, Bureau of Agricultural Economics—Nils A. Olsen. Chief, Bureau of Agricultural Engineering—S. H. McCrory. Chief, Bureau of Animal Industry—John R. Mohler. Chief, Bureau of Biological Survey—Jay N. Darling. Chief, Bureau of Chemistry and Soils—Henry G. Knight. Chief, Bureau of Dairy Industry—O. E. Reed. Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.—Lee A. Strong. Chief, Food and Drug Administration—W. G. Campbell. Chief, Forest Service—F. A. Silcox. Chief, Grain Futures Administration—J. W. T. Duvel. Chief, Bureau of Home Economics—Miss Louise Stanley. Chief, Bureau of Plant Industry*—Frederick D. Richey. Chief, Bureau of Public Roads—Thomas H. MacDonald. Chief, Weather Bureau—Willis R. Gregg. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Secretary of Commerce—Daniel C. Roper. Assistant Secretary—John Dickinson. Assistant Secretary—Ewing Y. Mitchell. Solicitor—South

Administrative

Trimble, J r . . . . .

Assistant

to the Secretary—Malcolm

Kerlin.

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IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER, 1935-1936

Assistant to the Secretary—Chester H. McCall. Private Secretary to the Secretary—Margie G. Renn. Ohief Clerk and Superintendent—E. W. Libbey. Chief, Division of Accounts—Charles E. Moteter. Chief of Appointment Division—Edw. J. Gardner. Chief, Division of Publications—Thomas P. McKeon. Chief, Division of Purchases and Sales—Walter S. Erwin. Librarian—Charlotte L. Carmody. Director of Air Commerce—Eugene L. "Vidal. Director of the Census—William L. Austin. Director, Bureau of Foreign and Domestic Commerce—Claudius T. Murchisoz. Director, National Bureau of Standards—Lyman J. Briggs. Commissioner of Fisheries—Frank T. Bell. Commissioner of Lighthouses—George R. Putnam. Director, Coast and Geodetic Survey—Raymond S. Patton. Director, Bureau of Navigation and Steamboat Inspection—Joseph B. Weaver. Commissioner of Patents—Conway P. Coe. Director, United States Shipping Board Bureau—James C. Peacock. Director, Federal Employment Stabilization Office—Donald H. Sawyer. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Secretary of Labor—Frances Perkins. The Assistant Secretary of Labor—Edward F. McGrady. Second Assistant Secretary of Labor—A. J. Altmeyer. Assistant to the Secretary—Turner W. Battle. Assistant to the Secretary—Richardson Saunders. Director of Conciliation Service—Hugh L. Kerwin. Commissioner of Immigration and Naturalization—Daniel W. McCormack. Chief, Children's Bureau—Katharine F. Lenroot. Director, Women's Bureau—Mary Anderson. Director, V'. S. Employment Service—W. Frank Persons. Commissioner of Labor Statistics—Isador Lubin. Chief Clerk—Samuel J. Gompers. Director, Division of Labor Standards—Verne A. Zimmer. Solicitor—Charles E. Wyzanski, Jr. IMPORTANT OFFICERS AND COMMISSIONERS Interstate Commerce Commission—William E. Lee, chairman; Balthasar H. Meyer, Clyde B. Aitchison, Joseph B. Eastman, Frank McManamy, Claude R. Porter, Patrick J. Farrell, Hugh M. Tate, Charles D. Mahaffie, Carroll Miller, Walter M. W. Splawn. Secretary, George B. McGinty. CivU Service Commission—Harry B. Mitchell, president; Mrs. Lucille Foster McMillin, Leonard D White. Chief Examiner, L. A. Moyer. Railroad Administration—Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Director General; Wallace B. Robinson, Assistant Director; O. Thacker, Comptroller; R. C. Dunlap, Treasurer. Federal Reserve Board—Marriner S. Eccles, governor; J. J. Thomas, Charles S. Hamlin, Adolph C. Miller, George R. James, M. S. Szymczak. Federal Trade Commission—Ewin L. Davis, chairman; Charles H. March, W. A. Ayres, Garland S. Ferguson, Jr. Tariff Commission—Robert L. O'Brien, chairman; Thomas Walker Page, Edgar B. Brossard, Oscar B. Ryder. Comptroller General—J. R. McCarl. Board of Tax Appeals—Eugene Black, chairman; Robert C. Tracy, secretary. Federal Power Commission—Frank R. McNinch, chairman; Basil Manly, Herbert J. Drane, Claude L. Draper, Clyde L. Seavey.

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179

Federal Communications Commission—Eugene 0. Sykes, chairman; Thad H. Brown, Paul A. Walker, Norman I. Case, Irvin Stewart, George Henry Payne, Hampson Ga*y, commissioners. Herbert L. Pettey, secretary. Veterans Administration—Brig. Gen. Frank T. Hines, administrator; John G. Pollard, board of appeals; Dr. Chas. M. Griffith, medical director; George E. Brown, claims service; Horace L. McCoy, insurance. Smithsonian Institution—C.

G. Abbot, secretary.

National Academy of Sciences—W.

W. Campbell, president; Paul Brockett, secretary.

Reconstruction Finance Corporation—Jesse H. Jones, chairman; Chas. B. Henderson, 0. B. Merriam, F. H. Taber, directors. Geo. R. Cooksey, secretary. Federal Some Loan Bank Board—John H. Fahey, chairman; William F. Stevenson, Fred W, Catlett, H. E. Hoagland, members. R. L. Nagle, secretary. Home Owners* Loan Corporation—John H. Fahey, William F. Stevenson, Fred W. Oatlett, H. E. Hoagland, directors. R. L. Nagle, secretary. Tennessee Valley Authority—Arthur E. Morgan, Hartcourt A. Morgan, David E. Lilienthal, directors. John L. Neely, Jr., secretary. Farm Credit Administration—M. I. Myers, governor; Herbert Emmerich, executive officer; Albert S. Goss, land bank commissioner; Francis W. Peck, cooperative bank commissioner; S. M. Garwood, production credit commissioner; George M. Brennan, intermediate credit commissioner; Norman Monaghan, director, emergency corp. and feed loan section; A. T. Esgate, acting director, regional agricultural credit division. Federal Emergency Relief Administration—Harry L. Hopkins, administrator; Aubrey Williams, Jacob Baker, Corrington Gill, Lawrence Westbrook, assistant administrators. Bruce McClure, secretary. Emergency Conservation Work—Robert Fechner, director; James J. McEntee, Charles H. Taylor, assistant directors. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation—Leo T. Crowley, chairman; E. G. Bennett, J. F. T. O'Connor, directors; Walter J. Owens, secretary. Federal Alcohol Control Administration—Joseph H. Ohoate, chairman; Dr. Willard L. Thorp, Dr. John E. Dalton, Frederick P. Lee, Golden W. Bell, members. Commodity Credit Corporation—Lynn Office of Federal Coordination F. B. Livingstone, secretary.

P. Talley, president; John D. Goodloe, secretary.

of Transportation—Joseph

B. Eastman, coordinator;

Securities and Exchange Commission—Joseph P. Kennedy, George 0. Mathews, James M. Landis, Robert E. Healy, Ferdinand Pecora, commissioners. Federal Aviation Commission—Clark Howell, chairman; Edward P. Warner, Albert J. Berres, Dr. Jerome C. Hunsaker, Franklin K. Lane, Jr., members. National Resources Board—Harold L. Ickes, chairman; Frederic A. Delano, George H. Dern, Henry A. Wallace, Daniel C. Roper, Frances Perkins, Harry L. Hopkins, Dr. 0. E. Merriam, Dr. Wesley C. Mitchell, members. National Labor Relations Edwin S. Smith, members.

Board—Francis

Federal Housing Administration—James

Biddle, chairman; Dr. Harry Alvin Millis,

A. Moffett, administrator.

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IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTER, 1935-1936 UNITED STATES OFFICIALS FOE IOWA ROSTER U. S. DISTRICT COURT

United States Circuit Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit—Composed of the districts of Northern Iowa, Southern Iowa, Minnesota, Eastern Missouri, Western Missouri, Eastern Arkansas, Western Arkansas, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. HON. PIERCE BUTLER, Associate Justice U. S. Supreme Court. HON. KIMBROUOH STONE, U. S. Circuit Judge, Kansas City, Missouri. H O N . ARBA V A N VALKENBURGH, Kansas City, Missouri (retired). HON. WILBUR F. BOOTH, Minneapolis, Minnesota (retired). H O N . ARCHIBALD K. GARDNER, Aberdeen, South Dakota. H O N . JOHN B. SANBORN, St. Paul, Minnesota. HON. JOSEPH W. WOODROUGH, Omaha, Nebraska. HON. CHARLES B. FARIS, St. Louis, Missouri.

SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF IOWA V. 8. District Judge—Hon. Charles A. Dewey, Des Moines. Secretary of Judge Dewey—A. F. Holm, Des Moines. Cleric, V. S. District Court—N. F. Reed, Des Moines. Chief Deputy Clerk—Gertrude Darrell, Des Moines. Deputy Clerk—Justine Hummel, Des Moines. Deputy Clerk—Geneva Thoma, Des Moines. Deputy Clerk—Lela Sampson, Des Moines. Clerical Assistant—Elizabeth Johnson, Des Moines. V. S. Attorney—E. G. Moon, Ottumwa. Assistant U. S. Attorney—C. I. Level, Des Moines. Assistant V. 8. Attorney—William R. Sheridan, Keokuk. Clerks to U. S. Attorney—Helen V. Faircloth, Des Moines, and Effie Johnson, Keokuk. 17. S. Marshal—Fred S. Hird, Des Moines. Chief Deputy Marshal—Wayne Morse, Des Moines. Deputy Marshal—G. L. Dawson, Des Moines. Deputy Marshal—Chas. Antles, Des Moines. Deputy Marshal—Pearl Kirk, Des Moines. Deputy Marshal—Michael J. Malloy, Davenport. Deputy Marshal—A. L. Bourk, Council Bluffs.

Counties Comprising the Various Divisions Central Division—Headquarters, Des Moines; Boone, Dallas, Greene, Guthrie, Jasper, Marshall, Marion, Madison, Poweshiek, Polk, Story and Warren. Eastern Division—Frank Wahlgren, deputy clerk; headquarters, Keokuk; Des Moines, Henry, Lee, Louisa and Van Buren. Southern Division—Laura S. Keith, deputy clerk; headquarters, Creston; Adair, Adams, Clarke, Decatur, Fremont, Lucas, Page, Ringgold, Taylor, Union and Wayne. Western Division—Gladys Gretzer, deputy clerk; headquarters, Council Bluffs; Audubon, Crawford, Cass, Harrison, Mills, Montgomery, Pottawattamie and Shelby. Davenport Division—Lura Parker, deputy clerk; headquarters, Davenport; Clinton, Muscatine, Scott, Washington and Johnson. Ottumwa Division—Victoria Darrell, deputy clerk; headquarters, Ottumwa; Appanoose, Davis, Jefferson, Keokuk, Mahaska, Monroe and Wapello.

Eeferees in Bankruptcy John D. Denison, Des Moines. Counties—Boone, Dallas, Greene, Guthrie, Jasper, Madison, Marion, Marshall, Polk, Poweshiek, Story, Warren. Walter A. Newport, Davenport. Counties—Clinton, Scott, Muscatine. T. L. Brookhart, Washington. Counties—Johnson, Keokuk, Washington, Jefferson, Henry, Van Buren. D. E. Stuart, Council Bluffs. Counties—Crawford, Harrison, Shelby, Audubon, Pottawattamie, Cass, Mills, Montgomery.

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J. W. Kridelbaugh, Chariton. Counties—Fremont, Page, Adams, Taylor, Union, Adair, Ringgold, Clarke, Decatur, Lucas, Wayne. Thos. P. Hollo well, Jr., Fort Madison. Counties—Lee, Des Moines, Louisa. William A. Hunt, Ottumwa. Counties—Mahaska, Monroe, Wapello, Appanoose, Davis.

United States Commissioners Herman J. Shaefer Albert F. Block Proctor R. Perkins

Ottumwa Davenport Council Bluffs

John R. Hamilton John P. Hornish John S. Cutter

Des Moines Keokuk Shenandoah

Terms of Court Terms of the District Court of the United States are held in the several divisions in the Southern District of Iowa, as follows: In the Southern Division at Creston, Iowa, on the second Tuesday in January and the fourth Tuesday after the third Tuesday in September (January and October). In the Ottumwa Division at Ottumwa, Iowa, on the first Tuesday after the second Tuesday in January and the third Tuesday in September (January and September). In the Western Division at Council Bluffs, Iowa, on the second Tuesday after the second Tuesday in January and the second Tuesday after the third Tuesday in September (January and October). In the Davenport Division at Davenport, Iowa, on the twelfth Tuesday after the second Tuesday in January and the sixth Tuesday after the third Tuesday in September (April and October). In the Eastern Division at Keokuk, Iowa, on the fourteenth Tuesday after the second Tuesday in January and the eighth Tuesday after the third Tuesday in September (April and November). In the Central Division at Des Moines, Iowa, on the fifteenth Tuesday after the second Tuesday in January and the tenth Tuesday after the third Tuesday in September (April and November). NORTHERN DISTRICT OF IOWA District Judge—Hon. Geo. C. Scott, Sioux City. Clerk District Court—Lee McNeely, Dubuque. Attorney—E. G. Dunn, Mason City. Assistant Attorney—Dell C. Browning, Sioux City. Assistant Attorney—Glenn B. Beers, Waterloo. United States Marshal—John B. Keefe, Sioux City. Deputies—Win. E. Renshaw, Sioux City. Frank W. Cannon, Sioux City. Frank L. Thiede, Fort Dodge. Joseph A. Petrus, Cedar Rapids. Embert Bergemeyer, Dubuque.

Counties Comprising Various Divisions Eastern Division—Allamakee, Dubuque, Jackson, Buchanan, Clayton, Delaware, Fayette, WinneBhiek, Howard, Chickasaw, Bremer, Black Hawk, Floyd and Mitchell. Cedar Rapids Division—Jones, Cedar, Linn, Iowa, Benton, Tama, Grundy and Hardin. Central Division—Emmet, Palo Alto, Pocahontas, Calhoun, Kossuth, Humboldt, Webster, Winnebago, Hancock, Wright, Hamilton, Worth, Cerro Gordo, Franklin, Butler and Carroll. Western Division—Dickinson, Clay, Buena Vista, Sac, Osceola, O'Brien, Cherokee, Ida, Lyon, Sioux, Plymouth, Woodbury and Monona.

Beferees in Bankruptcy John G. Chalmers J. E. Jordan M. W. O'Rieley

Dubuque Waterloo Cedar Rapids

John M. Schaupp, Jr Harry S. Snyder Howard M. Remley

Fort Dodge Sioux City Mason City

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Jas. E. Dempster Jess W. Green Harlow M. Pratt

Waterloo Dubuque Port Dodge

Jesse W. Hubbard Charles W. Barlow Edw. J. McPartland

Sioux City Mason City Cedar Rapids

Terms of Court Terms of the district court of the United States are held in the several divisions of the northern district of Iowa as follows: In eastern division at Dubuque, on fourth Tuesday in April and the first Tuesday in December. At Waterloo, on second Tuesday in May and September. In Cedar Rapids division at Cedar Rapids, on the first Tuesday in April and the fourth Tuesday in September. In central division at Fort Dodge, on the second Tuesday in June and the second Tuesday in November. At Mason City, on the fourth Tuesday in June and the fourth Tuesday in November. In western division at Sioux City, on the fourth Tuesday in May and the third Tuesday in October.

UNITED STATES INTERNAL EEVENUE DEPARTMENT DISTRICT OF IOWA Headquarters—Des

Moines, Iowa.

Collector—CHARLES

D. HUSTON.

Private Secretary—Mary Margaret Huston. Assistant to the Collector—Guy T. McKibben. Chief of Field Division—Glenn A. Kenderdine. Chief of Income Tax Division—Harold W. Dale. Chief of Audit Section—Frank J. Blaser. Chief of Miscellaneous Tax Division—Frances J. Hyde. Cashier—Sylvester N. Permantier. Chief of Processing Tax Division—Jerome O. McCann. Chief of Bookkeeping Division—Albert W. Kistler. Chief of Personnel Division—Josephine E. Schmitz. Chief of Posting and Supply Division—Win. R. Bloom. Dv.buqv.-e Office Deputy—Mrs. Katharine J. Seippel.

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STATE POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS, CONVENTIONS AND PLATFORMS OFFICERS OF DEMOCRATIC STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE Chairman—E. H. Birmingham, Sioux City. Vice-Chairman—Mrs. June Fickel, Hastings. Secretary—Mrs. Mary S. Kelleher, Fort Bodge. Treasurer—L. H. Hughes, Cedar Falls. National Committeeman—R. F. Mitchell, Fort Dodge. National Committee worn an—Mrs. W. I». Etter, Sigourney. MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE District 1st—C. W. Storms, Fort Madison. Mrs. R. W. Baxter, Burlington. 2nd—M. J. Malloy, Davenport. Mrs. Lawrence C. Smith, Dyersville 3rd—L. H. Hughes, Cedar Falls. Mrs. O. K. Dick, Iowa Falls. 4th—Erwin Larson, Charles City Mrs. E. A. Mcllree, West Union 5th—T. R. Osborne, New Sharon. Mrs. Ruth Fall Hollingshead, Albia.

District 6th—Lester W. Drennen, Des Moines. Mrs. Gladys Bunker, Knoxville. 7th—G. G. Jeck, Atlantic. Mrs. Katherine Thomas, Red Oak. 8th—Charles Murtagh, Algona. Mrs. Mary S. Kelleher, Ft. Dodge 9th—E. H. Birmingham, Sioux City. Mrs. Florence Lynch, Le Mars.

DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION AND PLATFORM The regular democratic state convention was held in Des Moines, Thursday, July 26, 1934. Nelson G. Kraschel of Harlan was chairman. Following is the platform adopted by the convention: We, the democracy of Iowa, in state convention assembled, rejoice in the advancement that has thus far been made by the present democratic national administration in restoring the economic health of the nation and in recognizing that human rights as well as property rights are a proper object of national concern. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.—We commend the courage, wisdom and fidelity of our great president, Franklin D. Roosevelt. We pledge to him our unqualified support in the valiant fight he is making to secure a more equitable distribution of the national income and to obtain for all our people that economic security which is the basis of real happiness. We indorse his program of recovery and pledge to him our continued support and the cooperation of our democratic state administration. CORN LOANS, DROUGHT RELIEF.—We commend the democratic national administration

for the concern shown and the results obtained for the people of Iowa and for Iowa's greatest industry, agriculture. We came into power at a time when the morale of the people of this state was broken. Banks were closed. Our great corn crop was marketable only at ruinous prices. The policy of making corn loans gave to the people of Iowa financial relief and gave to the farmer rather than the speculator the benefit of price increase. The concern of the present administration for the victims of the drought and the meas ures taken to relieve distress have given to the people of the state of Iowa a feeling and a degree of security previously unknown in a period of great adversity. AGRICULTURE.—We believe that agriculture, our greatest national industry, should be placed on a parity with other national industries; and that the farmer is entitled to the cost of production plus a reasonable profit. We rejoice in the fact that under the present democratic national administration the first real effort to obtain that objective has been made. Much has been accomplished. Much remains to be done. In spite of the improve ment in the prices of agricultural products and in spite of the national administration's most strenuous efforts to insure parity in prices for farm products, such price levels

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have not been reached. But they have been promised by our president. If they are not attained by present methods, they will be by other methods. Agriculture must be and will be restored to a firm and lasting basis of prosperity. FEDERAL REFINANCING.—We commend the action of the democratic national administration in the creation of the Home Owners' Loan Corporation and in the extension of the credit facilities of the federal farm credit administration. The lending facilities of these institutions have enabled thousands of our citizens to refinance their loans on homes and farms at unprecedented low rates of interest and thus escape the specter of mortgage foreclosure. We urge the further development of these credit facilities. We regret that the republican controlled appraisals by the Federal Land Bank of Omaha have failed to give proper recognition to the true value of Iowa farms. LABOR.—We take pride in the fact that the democratic party is responsible for creating the office of secretary of labor in the president's cabinet and that it was under a democratic national administration that labor was declared not to be a commodity and that the right of labor to organize was first recognized. We rejoice in the fact that the present democratic national administration has abolished child labor and has, by the national industrial recovery act, guaranteed labor the right to bargain collectively through representatives of its own selection, and has recognized that reduced hours of labor and payment of an adequate wage scale are necessary to national recovery. We especially commend the re-employment of millions of workers. Millions remain unemployed. The present rate of progress assures their steady and reasonably rapid reemployment. Every citizen of the United States must be assured of the opportunity to work. EMERGENCY RELIEF.—We commend the program of unemployment relief inaugurated by the democratic national administration. The use in Iowa of federal funds under the civil works administration, the public works administration, the civilian conservation corps, the federal emergency relief administration, and other federal agencies has taken from the counties and cities the crushing burden of poor relief, has improved the morale of our people and has enabled the unemployed to earn an honest living and escape the stigma of being objects of charity. We commend the cooperation of our democratic state administration in these programs and pledge its continuance. REPUBLICAN PARTY.—We regret the fact that the present leadership of the republican party, which was directing the affairs of state when our people suffered the greatest distress from unemployment and from lack of necessities of life ever experienced, can now do nothing but take refuge in a claimed devotion to the constitution. When they speak of the constitution, it is always with reference to some provision relating to the protection of property or contract rights. That is the only meaning of that great instrument to them; and although millions may walk the streets and highways, as they did in 1932, without food or shelter, they fail to recognize any power in the federal government, under the constitution, to adequately deal with the situation. They forget that the primary purpose in the adoption of the constitution, as Sn the founding of the nation, was to promote human happiness and permit the individual to enjoy a larger and fuller life. We rejoice that the present national administration has returned the nation to that correct original conception, and has made the welfare of the people of the nation its primary concern. In that way, only, can the interests of the nation be properly served, and the right to property ultimately be made secure and valuable. STATE ADMINISTRATION.—We commend Governor Clyde L. Herring and other democratic state officials for the accomplishments of their administration, for their fulfillment of party pledges, for the wholehearted support given President Roosevelt and the national administration and for their untiring efforts to promote the welfare of the people of the state of Iowa. Never before in the history of this state has such a comprehensive legislative and administrative program of governmental reform been undertaken and successfully carried out. REDUCTION I N EXPENDITURES.—We endorse, particularly, each of the following major achievements of the democratic state administration: First, during the last year of the administration of Governor Herring's predecessor, total state expenditures were within one million dollars of the all time high and were in excess of 40 million dollars. During the first year of Governor Herring's administration, total state expenditures were less than

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33 million dollars, a reduction in state expenditures of over seven million dollars and such economies are being continued during the present year. TAX REVISION.—Second, for the first time in 87 years, our antiquated taxing By stem was revised so as more equitably to distribute the tax load and to relieve the oppressive tax burden heretofore borne by the farms and homes of this state. This reform has been repeatedly promised to the people of Iowa by republican administrations, but never fulfilled. Because the revenue from the new tax bill must of necessity by the terms and the operation thereof, replace the present taxes on farms and homes, such taxes will, in 1935, be only 65 per cent of such taxes in 1930. LIQUOR CONTROL.—Third, the present democratic state administration realized the futility of continuing state prohibition after the eighteenth amendment was repealed and recognized the sentiment of the people of Iowa for temperance, as expressed in their vote on repeal. It has provided for the sale of alcoholic liquors under strict state control, thereby removing the element of greed for private profit, which is recognized as being the 6ource ot the evil that flows from the liquor traffic. This program, coupled with the beer law and strict law enforcement, will eliminate the bootlegger and safeguard the health and morals of our people. We promised a sane solution of the ever present liquor problem. That promise has been kept. In spite of the moderation of our liquor reform law and before it has been given any trial whatsoever, let alone a fair trial, a minority of the republican party saw fit to inject the prohibition issue into the coming campaign by nominating a man whose last official act as governor of the state of Iowa in January, 1933, was to advise the incoming state legislature to ignore the liquor problem—a man who pleaded with the people of this state to vote against the repeal of the national prohibition amendment in the statewide referendum last summer. His advice was overwhelmingly repudiated by republicans and democrats alike. GOVERNMENTAL REORGANIZATION.—Fourth, the democratic state administration commenced the task of reorganizing state and local governments with the tremendous resultant economies, and more particularly secured the passage of the state budget and financial control act, under which, for the first time the expenditures of the state of Iowa are administered on a business-like basis and overdrafts and deficits made impossible. SOCIAL LEGISLATION.—Fifth, the democratic state administration secured the passage of such social legislation as the old age assistance act, which modernizes and humanizes our outworn methods of old age relief and spreads the burden of such equally, rather than allowing it to rest entirely upon property, and procured the ratification by Iowa of the child labor amendment to the constitution of the United States, which is designed to benefit children of the nation and to increase employment of adult workers. GASOLINE TAX.—Sixth, the present democratic state administration, through improved administration and through the strengthening by new legislation of the provisions of the law, has reduced evasions to the extent that the total collections of gasoline taxes for the first six months of 1934 exceed by $475,000 the collections for the same period of 1932. The refunds paid have been reduced by over $410,000 during the same periods. As a result, by prevention of violations of the law and without increasing the rate of tax, an increase of $885,000 net income to the state from gasoline taxes for the first six months period of 1934 has been effected. REFUNDING PRIMARY ROAD BONDS.—Seventh, the passage of a measure providing for

the refinancing of estate to pay such charges during the measure and many

county primary road bonds removed the necessity of a tax on real bonds and made possible the saving of more than enough in interest current year to pay the cost of the special session, which passed this others of importance.

BANKING LEGISLATION.—Eighth, passage of the various emergency banking acts, which have become models followed by other states in supplementing national banking legislation, permitted the orderly liquidation of insolvent institutions and gave protection to the rights of depositors, and enabled Iowa state banks to take full advantage of reorganization aids and financial support extended by the federal government. CONSERVATION.—Ninth, measures were passed furthering the conservation program in the state of Iowa and under which measures this state was enabled to receive both financial aid and the services of conservation workers from the federal government.

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MORTGAGE MORATORIUM.—Tenth, Iowa led the way in the enactment of mortgage moratorium legislation. Our farm and home owners were enabled, thereby, to obtain an extension of time during which to take advantage of refinancing facilities extended by federal government. FUTURE PROGRAM.—We advocate:

First, the continuance of the policy of efficiency and of rigid economy in governmental expenditures, which resulted in the reduction of more than seven million dollars in state expenditures in 1933 over 1932. Second, the continuance of the policy of governmental reorganization which was initiated by the adoption of the budget and financial control act and related legislation and administrative changes in governmental departments. Third, the adoption of legislation for the control of highway traffic and promotion of highway safety. Fourth, a closer cooperation between the midwestern agricultural states, to the end (hat unified action may be taken for the promotion and protection of their common interests. We recommend frequent conferences between the chief executives of such states. Fifth, appropriate compensation for the service-connected, disabled war veterans so that no veterans so disabled as to be unable to pursue a gainful occupation be placed tipon the pauper rolls. We advocate federal and state legislation to prevent such an unhappy fate for any of our nation's wartime defenders, the continuance of the present democratic state and national administrators' policy of employment preference for war veterans, and the continuance of the present tax exemptions for Iowa's war veterans. Sixth, unemployment insurance; the restriction of foreign immigration; the use, by state institutions, of Iowa coal and goods produced in Iowa; vocational education to meet the demands of technical progress, and the abolition of competition between prison labor and free labor and that prisoners be employed only under the state use plan. Seventh, the elimination of double taxation, particularly as applied to mortgages on farms and homes in the state of Iowa. Eighth, legislation to encourage and foster the organization of cooperatives in order, more efficiently and economically to market farm products to the joint benefit of producer and consumer. Ninth, that the corn-loan policy be immediately extended to oats and other farm commodities, and that suitable measures be adopted to give to the livestock and dairy interests of this state the same protection that the corn-loan program gave to corn producers. Tenth, the retirement of federal lands from competition with developed farms, the withdrawal of marginal lands from production, and the use thereof and of land now owned by the federal government for reforestation and game preserves, breeding grounds and refuges and the elimination of all projects for the reclamation of land for agricultural purposes. Eleventh, a nonpartisan judiciary. Twelfth, the changing of the present primary law to permit the selection of candidates in a manner consonant with the principles of representative government. ACKNOWLEDGMENT.—We recognize the valuable contribution to the recovery program by members of other political parties, many of whom are out of sympathy with the leadership of their own party, who have supported by ballot our local, state and national candidates for office, and who have by unselfish contribution of their time and ability assisted in the administration of such program. Their continued support and cooperation is solicited. Acknowledgment should be made of the invaluable services rendered the party by organized groups of democratic voters, such as the young democratic clubs, the Roosevelt clubs, the Jefferson clubs, the Iowa negro democratic league and other organizations with similar aims and purposes. We commend Senator Louis Murphy for his statesmanship and distinguished contributions to the recovery program and his unselfish service to the president in the fulfillment thereof. We congratulate him upon carrying and voicing the real sentiment of Iowa to the United States senate. We commend the members of the Iowa democratic congressional delegation for their loyalty to the interests of their constituents and their support of the president and his recovery program.

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WOMEN.—We acknowledge the sympathetic support given to the state and the national administration by the women of Iowa, whose interest in the home and family has prompted them to give invaluable support to the recovery program. We commend to the attention of the voters of Iowa the outstanding qualifications of Governor Clyde L. Herring, the democratic congressional candidates and other democratic candidates for state and local offices and urge their election in November. Consummation of the recovery program in Iowa is absolutely dependent upon the continuing in office of officials who are in hearty sympathy and complete accord with the program of our peerless leader, President Roosevelt. DEMOCRATIC STATE JUDICIAL CONVENTION The democratic state judicial convention was held in Des Moines, August 2, 1934, with Justice John W. Anderson as chairman. W. H. Hamilton, Sigourney; James M. Parsons, Des Moines; Paul W. Richards, Red Oak; and Leon W. Powers, Denison, were nominated for judges of the supreme court. OFFICERS OF REPUBLICAN STATE CENTRAL COMMITTEE Chairman—Pressey H. Frank, Waterloo. Vice-Chairman—Mrs. Jane Prichard, Onawa. Treasurer—Stanley Smith, Osage. Secretary—George Lloyd, Dallas Center. National Committeeman—H. E. Spangler, Cedar Rapids. National Committeewoman—Martha McClure, Mt. Pleasant. MEMBERS OF THE COMMITTEE District District 1st—Walker D. Hanna, Burlington. 6th—Charles Rhinehart, Dallas Center. Mrs. S. C. Snider, West Liberty Mrs. Gordon Elliott, 626 31st St., 2nd—R. N. Howes, Clinton. Des Moines. Mrs. J. W. Ballard, Cedar Rapids. 7th—Carl H. Cook, Glenwood. 3rd—Pressey H. Frank, Waterloo. Mrs. Lucie Shipley, Adair. Mrs. L. Mae Banks, Montour. 8th—Robert McBirnie, Boone. 4th—Stanley R. Smith, Osage. Miss Marion Aasgaard, Forest City. Mrs. Blanche Dunkelberg, Rockford. 9th—Dr. H. A. Pierce, Storm Lake. 5th—James R. Rhodes, Newton. Mrs. Jane Prichard, Onawa. Mrs. Vera Moss, Centerville. REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION AND PLATFORM The regular republican state convention was held in Des Moines, Wednesday, July 18, 1934. John M. Grimes of Osceola was chairman. Following is the platform adopted by the convention: NATIONAL ISSUES.—In these perilous times of widespread economic distress and the bewildering uncertainty that continues to hamper and harass our people, the republicans of Iowa in convention assembled hereby reaffirm their fervent belief in the sound principles of the party and do hereby express our confidence that the guiding hand of our party must ultimately originate and administer the economic measures and policies that will restore our people to economic independence and safety. We view with deep concern the fact that, though the democratic party has had a free hand for a period of almost 17 months to make good on its party pledges and to instill into our people a measure of confidence as regards the future, the laying of a sound foundation for our rehabilitation has not yet started. We have observed with deep regret the emasculation of our anti-trust laws with the result that the federal government has become a party to the private business practice, which has promoted unwarranted price fixing, thereby enriching the rich by the process of making the poor poorer. We have been amazed at the attack made on the federal constitution by this administration and the widespread disregard for the personal liberties vouchsafed to all our people

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by this fundamental law of our land. We would hold up the hands of the press and all patriots who have preserved a free press and free speech—the two essentials for a free people. The utter failure of the democratic party to redeem its pre-election pledges as regards the balancing of our federal budget and the reduction of bureaus and commissions to the end that a 25 per cent saving of federal revenues could be had, is ample cause for genuine alarm. We can see no justice in cutting veterans' allowances, and adding millions to other channels of expenditure. We deplore the tendency toward the stifling of individual initiative among our citizens generally. Where our federal and state governments have wisely employed funds to relieve want and distress, and promote sound recovery measures, we approve. Where our government has needlessly plunged into private business to the detriment of our own people, we emphatically disapprove. We are alarmed beyond expression in words at the vertical increase in our public debt, and we have no hesitancy in expressing fear for the ultimate financial credit of our nation if public spending on a billion dollar scale is continued. We lament the intimidation of our congress by the most pernicious policy of party patronage ever known in our country, and we regret the usurpation of the legislative function of our government by other departments of government. We are amazed that the democratic party has been so vacillating in the matter of establishing and maintaining a sound monetary system. AGRICULTURE.—We recognize that the restoration of American agriculture must be the foundation of permanent national recovery. More needs to be done to restore farm buying power. The key to farm recovery iB the restoration of farm prices to a normal level in relation to other prices. We recognize further that agriculture must be restored to its proper place in the economic, social and political life of this nation. The re-establishment of agriculture, our basic industry, to its proper place of prominence in national affairs, as contemplated in the early policies of our government, is fundamentally necessary. We unreservedly pledge our party to the achievement of these ends by cooperating in the effective administration of measures for the benefit of agriculture and by the enactment of such additional measures as is found necessary to bring about these objectives. In the formulation and administration of legislation for the benefit of agriculture, we pledge ourselves to consult with the recognized spokesmen selected by the farmers. We are in favor of strengthening farm legislation in order to assure, as speedily as possible, the attainment of parity prices for farm products. To attain parity prices for farm products, we urge that all the forces of state and federal government be employed in bringing to this great basic industry, agriculture, its rightful share of the national income. Such action as is taken should have the support of the active farm leadership of the nation. We favor curtailment of agricultural production through voluntary effort as a purely emergency measure designed to help meet the urgent, immediate situation until consumers' buying power and recaptured foreign markets will pay the farmer the parity price for his farm products. Facilities for rural credit should be strengthened and extended so that agriculture will be provided with adequate financing for capital requirements, production credit, and marketing credit, at interest rates much more favorable than at the present time, and upon terms as advantageous as other groups in the nation enjoy. A policy of national self-containment would permanently entail terrific hardships on the corn belt and its production. It would compel the withdrawal from production of greatly increased productive acreage which would result most disastrously to agriculture and be a decided brake on industry. We, therefore, oppose a policy of national self-containment, but rather favor the expansion of foreign outlets for our surplus agricultural commodities through reciprocal trade relations with foreign nations. We contend, however, that such agreements should be arranged by a non-partisan commission as sought by our republican leadership four years ago. We favor immediate enactment of legislation to control speculation on farm commodities on commodity exchanges. Iowa has pioneered in pursuing a policy of farm storage of grain under the Iowa farm warehousing act. We favor enlarging the scope of this policy to include all food

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and feed grains produced on our farms suitable for such storage to the end that these products may be stored on farms and loans made on warehouse receipts against such grains in the interest of stabilizing farm grain prices and retaining the opportunity of advancing prices to those who produce the commodity. LABOR.—Labor fully employed at good wages is the greatest guaranty of prosperity. We pledge our party to do those things which will maintain a high standard of living commensurate with the ideals of American citizenship. We favor legislation both state and national to legalize the right of labor to organize and to bargain collectively. We favor the continuation of our present federal policy restricting foreign immigration and demanding the extension of this policy to the Latin American countries. We declare in favor of the principle of old age pension legislation. We urge the continuation of vocational education and training in a way that will meet the demands of technical progress, and the readjustment for workers displaced by machines and new processes. We declare in favor of the development of an adequate unemployment relief program suitable to the needs of the unemployment situation which now prevails. We oppose the contracting of prison labor and favor the state use plan, and we are also opposed to prison made goods being sold in the open market in competition with free labor. BLANKET APPROPRIATIONS.—We oppose the policy of congress in the making of blanket appropriations. We believe that congress should, as it did for more than 100 years, make only specific limited appropriations for designated purposes. We demand that proper action be taken to save us from national bankruptcy, Which is sure to come if the present practices be continued. WELFARE.—Whereas the unemployment problem is not being solved with any degree of certainty, and continues to be the principal obstacle to a rapid return to normalcy, and in addition is becoming intolerable, the republican party believes in a plan of work relief rather than a dole. TAX REVISION.—1. We stand for the repeal of the present state-wide sales tax. Its pyramiding of the tax burden on our citizens and more particularly on the farmers and laboring men is manifestly unfair. It is wrong in principle for the reason that it presumes that a man's tax ability is measured by the money he must spend to live, rather than upon the money he earns. 2. We favor a state income tax as pledged to the people of Iowa in the state republican platform of 1932. The fairest tax is a tax based upon ability to pay, a rigid and sensible economy of government with an equitable distribution of the tax burden would provide a new economic era for the state. We pledge ourselves to the enactment of such a program. 3. In order to safeguard the owners of real property in our state we favor a reasonable tax limit for all real property beyond which the taxing bodies cannot go. The time has come when such a guarantee must be given to the taxpayers of our state to avoid the confiscation of real property by public taxation. LIQUOR.—We pledge our party to an adequate and effective enforcement of the alcoholic liquor laws of the state, but we condemn the manner and the wasteful extravagance with which the present law for the sale of liquor through state stores is being administered. OLD AGE PENSION.—We favor the modification of the old age pension law to eliminate homestead confiscation, to fix a minimum and maximum benefit and to provide for the payment of benefits from the general funds. EDUCATION.—Iowa has attained eminent leadership in the field of education. We appreciate the work of our educational institutions and especially the common school system upon which we must depend for an educated citizenry of tomorrow. We pledge our efforts along such lines as are necessary to insure the further advancement of our schools, and the equalization of school advantages as among all of our boys nnd girls, both urban and rural. INDUSTRY.—We favor the encouragement of industry throughout the state of Iowa eo that the home market for farm produce may be improved. We favor the purchase not only of Iowa farm products but of Iowa manufactured products for all our state institutions to the end that Iowa labor may reap the full benefits from our state's consumption of all goods. We especially favor the purchase of Iowa

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coal, not only by our state institutions that are supported by state tax moneys, but by our people as a whole. YOUNG REPUBLICANS.—We recognize that a very large per cent of the voters are under 36 years of age and that to them the issues of the new deal are of peculiar and vital importance. Governmental extravagance shoulders the burden of debt upon them and generations yet unborn. We recognize and approve the permanent organization of the young republican league of Iowa. We welcome the younger people of this state into positions of responsibility and leadership in the republican party. DAN W. TURNER.—We desire to commend to the citizens of Iowa the candidacy of Dan W. Turner for governor of our state. His initial term of two years as our chief executive stands out as one of the most successful administrations for this great commonwealth. An economy of public spending in excess of 20 millions, which he as governor insisted upon, is an outstanding record of achievement. He has been recognized as a genuine friend of the farmer, the laborer and the business man of Iowa for more than two decades, and our state, now in the midst of the greatest orgy of spending it has ever known, sorely needs the sound business judgment and the unquestioned integrity of a governor like Dan W. Turner. OUB CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES.—We likewise commend to the voters of Iowa each and every one of our candidates for congress in the nine districts of our state. We are highly gratified at the record that has been made by our republican congressmen of Iowa during the past two years. While they were in a hopeless minority in the congress and were mercilessly over-ridden by the party in power, they have stood steadfast for all sound measures of recovery and for the relief of every distress among our people. They have labored tirelessly to maintain the sound credit of our nation. They have been quick to lend their support and influence toward every congressional act looking toward recovery throughout the nation, and for this we commend them most heartily. We are firmly convinced that sooner or later our federal constitution will be restored to its rightful place in the hearts and lives of our country, and the state of Iowa can best have a part in this ennobling service by placing nine republican congressmen in our congress at Washington. OUR

REPUBLICAN STATE AND COUNTY TICKETS.—We

desire also to commend our

entire state, county and township tickets to the voters of Iowa. Never before have republicans of this state made such a diligent effort to place men of ability, experience and trustworthiness before the people as candidates for office, and we are confident that the affairs of our great state can be best administered by placing in office the republican nominees at the coming election. A PLEDGE TO ECONOMY.—As members of the republican party of Iowa, we desire at this time to go on record as pledging ourselves to the most stringent economy that the state of Iowa as ever known, consistent with the proper functioning of our necessary governmental agencies, and with the wholesome and efficient maintenance of our educational system. 1. We are unalterably opposed to the inordinate extension of the bureaucracy of state employes which has been promoted by the present state democratic administration. Aside and apart from such employes as have been necessary, due to various national and state recovery measures, the number of our state employes has been increased tremendously. This policy must be discontinued. 2. We are opposed to the ruthless disregard of ability in filling positions of authority and responsibility as regards our state government. Never in the history of Iowa has such a studied effort been made to build and perpetuate party power by making party fealty be the only prerequisite for office holding. CONCLUSION.—In conclusion, we, as republicans of the state of Iowa, are altogether confident that the people not only of this state but the nation as a whole wilTbe led out of this depression by the republican party. Every other depression that our nation has known has been put to route by the principles followed and the policies established by the party of Abraham Lincoln. Furthermore, the grievous public debts of our country incurred either by the devastating hand of war or necessitated by the recovery meas-

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ures against nationwide depression have always been paid by our country under a republican leadership. History will repeat itself. REPUBLICAN

STATE JUDICIAL

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The republican state judicial convention was held at Marshalltown July 25, 1934, with Henry C. Schull of Sioux City as chairman. William D. Evans, Hampton; James W. Kindig, Sioux City; Truman S. Stevens, Hamburg; and George 0. Claussen, Clinton, were nominated for judges of the supreme court.

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STATE OFFICIALS FOE OTHER STATES ALABAMA—CAPITAL, MONTGOMERY Office

Name

Term Years

Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Ribb Groves Thomas E. Knight, J r . H Turner Charles E. McCall John Brandon Albert Carmichael J. A.Keeler John C. Anderson

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6

(Date) Term Ends an., an., an., an., an., an., an., an.,

1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1940

Annual Salary

Politics

3,600 3,600 3,600 4,000 3,600 5,000

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

1937

$ 6,000

Democrat

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937

000 600 600 400 600 6,800

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

6,000 2,000 4,000 4,000 4,000 5,000 4,200 7,500

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

$ 6,000

*Receives $10.00 per day while legislature is in session.

ARIZONA—CAPITAL, PHOENIX Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

B. B. Moeur, M. D . . . None James H. Kerby Ana C. Frohmiller Mit Simms John L. Sullivan. H. :E. Hendrix. A. C. Lock wood.

Jan.,

ARKANSAS—CAPITAL, LITTLE ROCK Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Schools .. Chief Justice

J. M. Futrell Lee Cazort Edward F. McDonald Charley Parker Earl Page Carl E. Bailey W. E. Phipps C. E. Johnson

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937

CALIFORNIA—CAPITAL, SACRAMENTO Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Comptroller Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Insti Chief Justice

Frank F. Mernam George J. Hatfield

Frank C Tordan Ray L. Rilev Charles G. Johnson U.S.Webb Vierling Kersey William H. Waste

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 12

Jan. 2, 1939 Jan. 2, 1939 Jan. 2, 1939 ran.

2, 1939

an. 2, 1939 an. 2, 1939 an. 2, 1939 Tan. 1, 1939

$ 10,000 4,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 11,000 5,000 12,000

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Non -Partisan Non -Partisan

$ 5,000 1,000 4,000 4,000 6,000 5,000 3,000 5,000

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Democrat Republican

COLORADO—CAPITAL, DENVER Governor Edwin C. Johnson Lieutenant Governor... RayH. Talbot James H. Carr Secretary of State Auditor of State Homer F. Bedford Treasurer of State Charles M. Armstrong Attorney General Paul P. Prosser Supt. of Pub. Instr [nez Johnson Lewis.... Chief Justice Charles C. Butler

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 10

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

12, 1937 12, 1937 12, 1937 12, 1937 12, 1937 12, 1937 12, 1937

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OFFICIALS FOR OTHER STATES CONNECTICUT—CAPITAL, HARTFORD Office

Name

Term Years

Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Chief Justice

Wilbur L. Cross T. Frank Hayes C. John Satti Lewis W. Phelps FranK M. Lynch Edward J. Daly William M. Maltbie...

2 2 2 4 4 4

Annual Salary

(Date) Term Ends Jan., Jan., Jan., Jan., Jan., Jan., Dec,

1937 1937 1937 1937 1939 1939 1938

$

5,000 1,500 2.500 6,000 6.000 10.000 12,000

Politics Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Republican

DELAWARE—CAPITAL, DOVER Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State. Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

C. Douglass Buck.. Dr. Roy F. Corley.. Walter Dent Smith. J. Henry Hazel Warren T. Moore . . Percy Warren Green Dr. H. V. Holloway Daniel J. Layton...

2 2 2 2 2 4 ** 12

July

7,500

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1939

6,000 3,600 3,500 6,000

3, 1945

10,500

•Receives $12.00 per day during session of legislature. **Appointed by the Board of Education.

FLORIDA—CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

David Sholtz None. R. A. Gray Bryan Willis W. V. Knott Cary D. Landis W. S. Cawthon J. B. Whitfield

4.

Jan.,

1937

Jan.,

1937

$

1937 1937 1937 1941

7,500

Democrat

5 000 4,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 6,000

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

7,500

Democrat

5.000 6,000 6,200 5,000 5,000 7,500

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

5,000

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

* Serves during pleasure of the Governor.

GEORGIA—CAPITAL, ATLANTA Governor Lieutenant Governor . Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General State School Supt. Chief Justice

Eugene Talmadge

2

Jan.,

1937

John B. Wilson Tom Wisdom George B. Hamilton. . . M. J. Yoemans M. D. Collins R. B. Russell, Sr

2 4 2 2 2 6

Jan.,

1937 1938 1937 1937 1937 1940

Jan., Jan., Jan.,

$

IDAHO—CAPITAL, BOISE Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

C. Ben Ross GainfordP. Mix Franklin Girard Harrv C. Parsons Myrtle P. Enking Bert H. Miller John W. Condie Raymond L. Givens. . .

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6

an. an. an. an. an. an. an. an.

* Receives $7.50 per day during session of legislature.

4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4,

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937

$

4,000 4,000 4,000 4,000 3.600 5,000

Republican

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTER, 1935-1936

194

ILLINOIS—CAPITAL, SPEINGFIELD Office

Name

Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State. . , Auditor of Public Acct's Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr... , Chief Justice

Henry Homer Thomas J. Donovan... Edward J. Hughes Edward J. Barrett John Stelle Otto Kerner John A. Wieland Norman L. Jones

Term Years 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 9

(Date) Term Ends 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1939 1942

an. an. an. an. an. an. an. une

Annual Salary $ L2.000 9,000 9,000 9,000 9,000 9,000 9,000 15,000

Politics Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

INDIANA—CAPITAL, INDIANAPOLIS Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Paul V. McNutt M. Clifford Townsend . Gustave Mueller Laurence F. Sullivan .. Peter F. Hein Phillip Lut7, Jr Floyd I. McMurray . . . Michael L. Fansler....

4 4 2 2 2 4 2 4

Jan. Jan. Dec. Dec. Feb. Jan. Mar. Jan.

11, 11, 1, 1, 10, 1, 15, 1,

1937 $ 8,000 6,000 1937 1936 6,500 1936 7,500 1937 7,500 1937 7,500 1937 5,000 1937 10,000

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

IOWA—CAPITAL, DES MOINES Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Secretary of Agriculture Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Clyde L. Herring. . . . Nelson G. Kraschel Mrs. Alex Miller Charles G. Storms Leo J. Wegman Edward L. O'Connor .. Ray Murray . . . Agnes Samuelson John W. Anderson* . . .

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 6

Jan., 1937 Jan., 1937 Jan., 1937 1937 Jan., 1937 Jan. Jan., 1937 Jan., 1937 Jan., 1939 Dec. 31, 1938

$

7,500

t

5,000 5,000 5,000 6,000 5,000 4,000 7,500

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat

*Term of Chief Justice every six months according to seniority. tReceives $2,000.00 for each session of the legislature.

KANSAS—CAPITAL, TOPEKA Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Alfred M. Landon.. Chas. W. Thompson Frank J. Ryan Edward J. Powers.. J.J.Rhodes Clarence V. B e c k . . . W. T. M a r k h a m . . . W. A. J o h n s t o n . . . .

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan., Jan.,

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937

$ 5,000 900

3,000 3,000 3,600 4,000 3,000 6,000

Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican Republican Democrat Republican

KENTUCKY—CAPITAL, FKANKFOKT Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Ruby Laffoon A. B. Chandler Sara W. Mahan J. Dan Talbott Elam Huddleston Bailey P. Wootton James H. Richmond... William Rogers Clay...

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6

Dec., Dec., Jan., Jan., Jan., Jan., Jan.,

* Receives $15.00 per day during session of legislature.

1935 1935 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936

$ 6,500 *

4,000 3.600 3,600 4,000 4,000 5,000

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

195

OFFICIALS FOR OTHER STATES LOUISIANA—CAPITAL, BATON ROUGE Office

Name

Term Years

Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Education Chief Justice

Oscar K. Allen Thomas C. Wingate. E. A. Conway L. B. Baynard, Jr.... J. S. Cave Gaston L. Porterie... Thomas H. Harris... Charles A. O'Neill...

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 14

Politics

Annual Salary $ 7,500 2,500 5,000 5,000 5.000 5,000 5,000 10,000

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

1937

$ 5,000

Democrat

Jan., 1937 Jan., 1937 Jan., 1937 Jan., 1937 July 20, 1935 Feb. 7, 1937

4,000 4,500 3,000 4,000 5,000 9,000

(Date) Term Ends Mav, May, May, May, May, May, Mav, Dec.,

1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1940

MAINE—CAPITAL, AUGUSTA Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Comm. of Education.. Chief Justice

Louis J. Brann. None. Lewis O. Barrows Elbert D. Hay ford.... George S. Foster Clyde R. Chapman... Bert-am E. Packard. . William R. Pattangall

Jan.,

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican* Democrat

* Appointive.

MARYLAND—CAPITAL, ANNAPOLIS Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary of S t a t e . . . . Auditor of State Treasurer of S t a t e . . . . Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Harry W.Nice None Thomas L. Dawson.... Edmund R. Stewart... Hooper S. Miles Herbert R. O'Connor.. Albert S. Cook

4 4

4 4

Jan., Jan., Jan., Jan.,

1939

Republican

1939

Republican

1939 1939

Democrat Democrat

MASSACHUSETTS—CAPITAL, BOSTON Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary of S t a t e . . . . Auditor of State Treasurer of S t a t e . . . . Attorney General Com'r of Education... Chief Justice

James M. Curley Joseph L. Hurley Frederic W. Cook.... Thomas H. Buckley.. Charles F. Hurley Paul A. Dever Payson Smith Arthur P. Rugg

2 2 2 2 2 2 5

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Dec ,

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1935

$ 10,000 4,000 7,000 6,000 6,000 8,000 9,000 13,000

Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Democrat Democrat

MICHIGAN—CAPITAL, LANSING Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State , Treasurer ol State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Frank D. Fitzgerald. .. Thomas Read Orville E. Atwood John J. O'Hara Theodore I. Fry Harry S. Toy Paul F. Voelker William W. Potter

Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. June Dec.

31, 1936 $ 5,000 31, 1936 $3 per Diem 31, 1936 •2,500 3i, 1936 *2,500 31, 1936 *2,500 31, 1936 5,000 30, 1935 6,000 31, 1935 12,000

Republican Republican Republican Republican Democrat Republican Democrat Republican

*These officers receive an additional $2,500 as members of the state administrative board.

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936

196

MINNESOTA—CAPITAL, ST. PAUL Office

Name

Governor Lieutenant Governor Secretary of S t a t e . . Auditor of S t a t e . . . . Treasurer of State. . Attorney General... Supt. of Pub. Instr.. Chief J u s t i c e . . . . . . .

Term Years

Flovd B. Olson. Hjalmar Petersen Mike Holm Stafford King Julius A. S c h m a h l . . . . Harry H. Peterson Dr. John G. Rockwell John P. Devaney

(Date) Term Ends

Annual Salary

1937 1937 1937 1939 1937 1937 1940 1940

an. an., an., an, an., an., an.,

Jan.

Politics

7,000 1,000 5,700 5,000 5.000 7,000 5,000 9,000

Farmer-Labor Farmer-Labor Republican Republican Republican Farmer-Labor Non-Partisan Non-Partisan

7,500 1.500 ,150 .150 ,150 6,250 3,600 7,500

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

MISSISSIPPI—CAPITAL, JACKSON Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General , Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice..

Sennett Conner... Dennis Murphree.. Walker Wood Jos. S. Price Lewis S. May Greek L. Rice W. F. Bond. Sydney Smith.

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8

Fan. an. an. an. an. an. an. Jan.

1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936 1936

$

MISSOUKI—CAPITAL, JEFFERSON CITY Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Guy B. Park Frank O. Harris Dwight H. Brown Forrest Smith Richard R. Nacy Rov McKittrick Lloyd W. King William F . Frank

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 10

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1939 1938

$

5,000 * 3,000 3.000 3,000 3,000 3,000 7,500

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican

•Receives $1,000 annually and $7.00 per day during session of the legislature.

MONTANA—CAPITAL, HELENA Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State State Auditor State Treasurer Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

F. H. Cooney* F. H. Cooney Sam W. Mitchell... John J Holmes. . . . James J. Brett Raymond T. Nagle. Elizabeth Ireland... Walter B. Sands....

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6

an., an., an., an., an., an., an., fan.,

1937 $ 7,500 1937 SlOperdav 1937 4,200 1937 4,200 1937 4,200 4,500 1937 1937 3,600 1941 7,500

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat

* Acting governor upon resignation of Gov. J. B. Erickson.

NEBEASKA—CAPITAL, LINCOLN Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Roy L. Cochran Walter W. Jurgensen Harry R. Swanson... William B. P r i c e . . . . George E. Hall William H. Wright.. Charles W . T a y l o r . . . Charles A. Goss

Jan., Jan., Jan., Jan., Jan, Jan., Tan., Jan.,

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1939 1939

6,000 1,800 3,400 3,400 3,400 4,000 3,400 6,000

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Non-Partisan Non-Partisan

197

OFFICIALS FOE OTHER STATES NEVADA—CAPITAL, CARSON CITY Office

Name

Term Years

Governor Lieutenant Governor. Secretary of State State Comptroller Treasurer of S t a t e . . . . Attorney General Supt. of Pub. l n s t r . . . . Chief Justice

Richard Kirman, Sr Fred S. Alward W. G. Greathouse Henry C. Schmidt Dan W. Franks... Gray Mashburn C auncey W. S m i t h . . . Edward A. Ducker. .

4 4 4 4 4 4 2 6

(Date) Term Ends

Annual Salary

1930 $ 7,000 1939 $7 per diem 1939 3,600 1939 3,600 1939 3,600 1939 5,000 1939 3,600 1939 7,500

Jan. Jan. an. an. an. an. an. an.

Politics Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Non-Partisan Non-Pai tisan

NEW HAMPSHIRE—CAPITAL, CONCORD Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary of State Comptroller Treasurer of S t a t e . . . . Attorney General Com'r of Education... Chief Justice

H. Styles Bridges None Enoch D. Fuller Milan A. Dickinson Charles T. Patten Francis W. Johnston... James N. Pringle John E. Allen

Jan.,

1937

$

1937 Jan., July 1, 1935 Jan., 1937 Mar. 14, 1937 Not lim ited

5,000

Republican

4,000 5,000 4,000 4,000 5,000 7,000

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

*Until 70 years of age.

NEW JERSEY—CAPITAL, TRENTON Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary of S t a t e . . . . Auditor of State Treasurer of S t a t e . . . . Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr.... Chief Justice

Harold G. Hoffman None Thomas A. Mathis Walter R. Darby William H. Albright... David L. Wilentz Charles H. Elliott Thomas J. Brogan

3

Jan. 17, 1938

5 5 3 5 5 7

Tuly April April Feb. Mar. Mar.

7, 9, 1, 4, 9, 9,

$ 20,000

Republican

6,000 7,500 6.000 7,500 15,000 19,000

Republican Republican Republican Democrat Democrat Democrat

1936 1935 1937 1939 1938 1940

NEW MEXICO—CAPITAL, SANTA FE Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Clyde Tingley Louis C. De Baca Mrs. E F. Gonzales. . . Jose O. Garcia James J. Connelly Frank J. Patton H. R. Rogers D. K. Sadler

2V 2 2 2 2 2 2 4

Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec.

31, 1936 31, 1936 31, 1936 31, 1936 31, 1936 31, 1936 31, 1936 31, 1938

$

3,000 3,000 3,000 4,000 3,000 6,000

4,500

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

$ 25,000 10,000 12,000 12,000

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

Dec. 31, 1936

12,000

Democrat

Dec. 31, 1939

22,500

NEW YORK—CAPITAL, ALBANY Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary of State Comptroller Division of Finance... Attorney General Com'r of Education... Chief Justice ^Appointive.

Herbert H. Lehman . . . M. William Bray Edward J. Flynn* Morris S. Tremaine Frank S.Harris* John J. Bennett, Jr.. . . Frank P. Graves* Frank E. Crane

Dec. 31, 1936 Dec. 31, 1936 Dec. 31, 1936

14

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER, 1935-1936

198

NORTH CAROLINA—CAPITAL, RALEIGH Name

Office

Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

T. C. B Ehrinerhaus A. H. Graham Stacey W. Wade Baxter Durham C. M. Johnson A. A. F. Seawell Clyde A. Erwin W.P.Stacy

(Date) Term Ends

Term Years 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 8

Jan

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1943

Annual Salary $ 10,500 700

4,500 4,500 4,500 7.500 5,000 8,000

Politics Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

NORTH DAKOTA—CAPITAL, BISMARCK Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Walter Welford (Acting) A. S. Marshall (Acting) James D. Gronna Berta E. Baker John r,ray P. O. Sathre Arthur E. Thompson .. John Burke

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6

an. an. an. an. an. an. an. an.

4,000 800 2,400 2,400 2,400 2,400 2,400 5,000

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Non Partisan Democrat

$ 10.000 2.000 6,500 6,500 6,500 6.500 6.500 12,600

Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Republican Republican Democrat Non-Partisan

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937

OHIO—CAPITAL, COLUMBUS Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General. •Director of Education. Chief Justice

Martin L. Davey.. Harold G. Mosier . George S. Myers... Joseph T. Tracy... Harry S. Day John W. Bricker... B. O. Skinner Carl V. Weygandt.

2 2 2 4 2 2 4 6

Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Tuly Dec.

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1935 1938

* Director of Education appointed by the Governor.

OKLAHOMA—CAPITAL, OKLAHOMA CITY Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

E. W. Marland James E. Berry Frank C. Carter C. C. Childers Hubert L. Bolen Mac Q. Williamson John Vaughn Fletcher Riley

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 6

Jan. Jan. , Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1937

$

6,500* 1,000 3,000 3,600 3,600 4,500 4,000 7,500

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

*An additional $4,200 is allowed for maintenance of Governor's mansion.

OREGON—CAPITAL, SALEM Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Charles H. Martin.. None Earl Snell None Rufus C. Holman. . I. H. Van Winkle... Charles A. Howard. J. U. Campbell

Jan.

9, 1939 $

7,500

Jan. 2, 1939

"'"5,400

an. 4, 1937 an. 4 1937 an. 2, 1939 an. 4, 1937

5 ,400 5 ,000 4 .000 7 ,500

Democrat Republican Republican Republican Republican Non-Partisan

199

OFFICIALS FOR OTHER STATES PENNSYLVANIA—CAPITAL, HARRISBURG Office

Name

Term Years

Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of Com'wlth.. Auditor General State Treasurer Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr.,. , Chief Justice

George H. Earle Thomas Kennedy David L. Lawrence Frank E. Baldwin Charles A. Water* Charles J. Margiotti... James N. Rule** Robert S. Frazer

4 4 * 4 4 4 21

(Date) Term Ends Jan., Jan.,

1939 1939

May, May,

1937 1937

May, Jan.,

1935 1936

Annual Salary

Politics

$ 18,000 8,000 10,000 12,000 12,000 12,000 12.000 20,000

Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Democrat Democrat Republican Republican

•Appointed and serves until superseded. ** Appointed.

RHODE ISLAND—CAPITAL, PROVIDENCE Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary ol State State Comptroller Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr.... Chief Justice

Theodore Francis Green Robert E. Quinn Louis VV. Cappelli Thomas P. McCoy Antonio Prince John P. Hartigan

Jan., Jan., Jan.,

Edmund W. Flynn.

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937

$ 8,000 2,500 6,500 6,000 6,500 8,500

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

11,000

Democrat

Life

SOUTH CAROLINA—CAPITAL, COLUMBIA Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State ComDtroller General. . . Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Olin D. Johnston. J. E. Harley W. P. Blackwell.. A. J. Beattie E. P. Miller. John M. Daniel.. Jas. H. Hope JohnG. Stabler..

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 10

Jan.,

an., an., an., an., an., an.,

7,500 1,000 600 600 600 000 000

1939 1939 1939 1939 1939 1039 1939 1945

7,500

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

SOUTH DAKOTA—CAPITAL, PIERRE Governor Tom Berry Lieutenant Governor... Robert Peterson Secretary of State Myrtle Morrison Auditor of State George O'Neill

Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Frank G. Siewert Walter Con way I. D Weeks

Frederick A. Warren...

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

an., an., an., an., an., an.,

an . Jan.,

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937

$ 3 000* Democrat Democrat 1,800*** Democrat 1,800*** Democrat 1,800*** Democrat 1,100**** Democrat 1 800*** Democrat 3,000**** Non -Political

*Receives an allowance for dwelling1. **The Lieutenant Governor receives $10.00 per day during legislative session. ***Receive an additional $1,200 annually for expenses. ****The Attorney General receives additional $2,400 annually as industrial commissioner. ****Receives an additional $1,800 annually for expenses.

TENNESSEE—CAPITAL, NASHVILLE Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary of State Comptroller of State... Treasurer of State Attorney General Com'r of Education Chief Justice

Hill McAlister None Ernest N. Haston Roy C. Wallace J.J. Bean Roy H. Beeler Dr. Walter D. Cocking. Grafton Green

2

Jan. 17, 1937

4 2

Jan., Jan., Jan., Nov. Jan., Aug.,

2

6 2 8

1937 1937 1937 1938 1937 1941

$ 4,000

Democrat

3,600 3,600 3,600 6,000 •3,600 7,500

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

200

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936 TEXAS—CAPITAL, AUSTIN Office

Name

Term Years

(Date) Term Ends

Annual Salary

Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

James V. Allred Walter Woodul Gerald C. Mann George B. Simpson. ... Charley Lockhart William C. McCraw .. L. A. Woods C. M. Cureton

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 6

Jan. 15, 1937 Jan. 15, 1937 Jan. 15, 1937 Sept. 12,1935 Jan. 1, 1937 Jan. 1, 1937 Jan. 15, 1937 Jan. 1, 1936

$ 4,000 * 2,000 4,200 2,500 4,000 3,600 3,550

Politics Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

* Receives $10.00 per day while legislature is in session.

UTAH—CAPITAL, SALT LAKE CITY Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary of S t a t e . . . . Auditor of State Treasurer of S t a t e . . . . Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Henry H. Blood None M. H. Welling Julius C. Andersen Joseph Ririe Joseph Chez Charles H. Skidmore... Elias Hansen

4 4 4 4 4 10

Jan.,

1937

an., an., an., an., an., an.,

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937

$

6,000

Democrat

5,000

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937

5,000 800* 3,500 3,500 4,000 4,000

Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican Republican

1937

6,000

Republican

,500 ,500 ,000 500 ,000

VERMONT—CAPITAL, MONTPELIER Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of Accounts.. .. State Treasurer Attorney General Com'r of Education Chief Justice

Charles M. Smith George D. Aiken Rawson C. My rick Benjamin Gates Thomas H. Cave Lawrence C. Jones Francis L. Bailey George M. Powers

Jan.,

*Plns mileage during sessions of legislature.

VIRGINIA—CAPITAL, RICHMOND Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of Com with. Auditor of Accounts . . . Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

George C. Peery James H. Price Peter Saunders L. McCarthy Downs.. A. B. Gathright Abram P. Staples Dr. Sidney B. Hall. . . Preston W. Campbell..

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 12

Jan. Jan. Jan. Mar. Jan. Jan. Jan.

17, 1938 17, 1938 17, 1938 1, 1936 17, 1938 17, 1938 17, 1938 1939

$ 10,000 4,000 6,000 6,000 7,000 6.000 7,900

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat

6,000 ,200 ,000 ,000 ,000 ,500 ,000 7,500

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican Non-Partisan

*

*Receives $900 per biennial session of the legislature.

WASHINGTON—CAPITAL, OLYMPIA Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State.. . *. Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Clarence D. Martin... Victor A. Meyers Ernest N. Hutchinson Cliff Yelle Otto Case G. W. Hamilton N. D. Showaiter William J. Millard....

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1937

$

201

OFFICIALS FOR OTHER STATES WEST VIRGINIA—CAPITAL, CHARLESTON Office Governor Lieutenant Governor... Secretary of State Auditor of State... Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Schools Pres. of Supreme Court.

Name H. G. Kump None William S. O'Brien Edgar B. Sims R. E. Talbott.. Homer A. Holt W.W.Trent M. 0 . Litz

Term Years

(Date) Term Ends

4

Jan.,

1937

4 4 4 4 4 12

Jan., Jan., Jan., Jan., Jan., Dec,

1937 1937 1937 1937 1937 1936

Annual Salary $

8,000

Politics Democrat

5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 5,000 10,000

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Republican

6,000 * 5,000

Progressive Democrat Progressive

WISCONSIN—CAPITAL, MADISON Governor Lieutenant Governor.. Secretary of State Auditor of State Treasurer of State Attorney General Supt. of Pub. Instr Chief Justice

Philip F. La Follette... Thos J. O'Malley Theodore Dammann... None. ... Robert K. Henry James E. Finnegan.... John Callahan Marvin B. Rosenberry.

2 2 2

Jan. Jan. Jan.

1937 1937 1937

2 2 4 10

Jan. Jan. July Jan.

1937 1937 1937 1940

$

5,000 5,000 5,000 10,000

Democrat Democrat Non-Partisan Non-Partisan

* Receives $3,000 per term.

WYOMING—CAPITAL, CHEYENNE Leslie A. Miller Governor Lieutenant Governor... None Lester C. Hunt Secretary of State William "Scotty" Jack, Auditor of State Kirk Baldwin Treasurer of State Ray Attorney General y E. Lee J k R. RG Suot. of Pub. Instr Jack Gage Chief Justice. Ralph Kimball.

Jan. 11, 1939 Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan.

11, 1939 11, 1939 11, 1939 11, 1939 11, 1939 9, 1937

$

6,500

Democrat

4,000 4,000 4,000 4,800 4,000 7,000

Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Democrat Non-Partisan

IOWA OFFICIAL BEGISTEE, 1935-1936

202

PBIMAEY ELECTION For Governor Oanvase by counties of the vote cast at the primary election June 4, 1934, for candidates for Governor.

Herring Dem.

COUNTIES Adair Adams Allamakee Appanoose Audubon Benton Black Hawk Boone Bremer Buchanan Buena Vistu Butler Calhoun Carroll Cass Cedar Cerro Gordo Cherokee Chickasaw Clarke Clay Clayton Clinton Crawford Dallas Davis Decatur Delaware Des Moines Dickinson Dubuque Emmet Fayette Floyd Franklin Fremont Greene . . . Grundy Guthrie Hamilton Hancock Hardin Harrison Henry Howard Ida Iowa .. Jackson Jasper lenerson [ohnson Tones Keokuk Kossuth Lee Linn Louisa Lucas Lyon Madison Mahaska Marion Marshall

. ..

*... *

. .

450 586 1,035 1,622 765 1,044 3,148 383 1,587 666 573 683 712 2,506 921 820 1,993 608 1,325 509 515 1,298 1,902 1,584 946 1,487 832 570 2,012 503 5,667 195 1,112 513 602 1,350 548 670 696 762 355 432 1,942 1,036 1,138 426 348 1,002 1,141 1,103 680 2,905 1,018 1,055 1,356 1,840 2,260 372 604 445 783 735 1,808 777

Finch Dem. 97 89 106 159 169 126 343 99 321 75 91 99 112 470 68 133 236 180 247 74 76 248 500 419 109 181 195 69 396 78 1,463 28 173 35 92 223 83 59 108 104 30 48 454 120 171 42 73 202 239 301 103 380 55 114 156 364 252 46 98 92 158 200 362 273

Zylstra Dem. 36 42 75 154 189 222 190 78 162 34 66 26 99 260 57 348 120 150 145 35 79 152 255 387 75 92 112 27 242 124 1,799 29 138 37 48 58 89 59 56 93 27 93 172 117 125 23 33 150 142 272 59 236 36 59 96 231 340 12 S3 73 84 266 616 156

Colflesh Rep. 595 139 1,135 1,946 333 1,071 3,256 743 371 1,833 722 1 426 697 418 1,893 1,297 1,478 904 977 504 270 1,152 2,147 493 1,682 370 342 1,643 1,699 463 476 421 1,827 754 1,249 257 988 1,177 1,306 470 706 991 897 1,254 542 735 619 1,017 651 1,191 1,120 942 1,299 813 667 1,402 5,536 1,256 537 447 872 1,133 1,033 1,252

Knutson Rep. 235 26 592 422 83 246 1,641 652 284 511 662 482 332 135 245 324 3,113 420 582 219 645 674 1,756 192 452 149 398 308 482 508 210 324 1,053 583 559 55 242 471 271 605 1,886 740 177 339 308 503 179 306 371 635 479 361 259 266 540 563 1,405 292 604 307 661 691 462 1,227

Short Rep. 147 131 291 270 192 117 376 678 242 138 514 836 173 457 219 330 625 671 500 100 323 395 856 410 180 39 203 817 603 175 175 563 516 548 511 35 220 322 577 239 337 295 663 261 244 285 460 127 126 156 284 62 59 257 366 201 290 144 241 283 56 355 246 154

Turner Rep. 2,113 2,315 711 1,410 1,022 643 2,125 2,349 413 607 1,263 1 014 1,243 728 2,162 391 607 1,141 725 1,500 1,010 600 422 652 2,066 522 1,124 463 600 743 386 1,916 1,314 1,021 613 805 1,693 901 1,891 2,429 746 1,231 872 968 694 1,202 938 493 428 1,653 968 439 453 1 535 1,757 698 1.093 770 2,235 750 1 217 1,573 1,554 743

PRIMARY ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1934

203

Primary Vote for Governor (Continued)

COUNTIES Mills Mitchell Monona. Monroe Montgomery Muscatine O'Brien

Osreola Page Palo Alto Plymouth Pocahontas Polk Pottawattamie Poweshiek Ringgold Sac Scott Shelby . . . Sioux Story Tama Taylor Union Van Buren Wapello Warren Washington Wayne Webster Winnebago Winneshiek Woodbury Worth Wright Total

Herring Dem. 968 550

Finch Dem. 110 73

Zylstra Dem. 38 31

965 615 511 519

245 64 70 67

102 78 22 97

733 228

103 50 123 220

130 44 50 150

Colflesh Rep.

Knutson Rep.

727 623

55 895

646 1,398 921 2,398 1,307 440 865 298

Short Rep. 187 109

209 572 231 920

949 340 253 169

387 157 332 369

770 365 230 234

1,016 1,369 999 816 2,969 2,709

412 129 491 520

408 154 850 404

415 542 8,533 2,771

274 398 6,005 317

2,402 392 1,229 1,094

755 539 551 625

81 83 73 172

71 43 50 209

859 689 585

812 109 277

328 629 340 356

1,833 580 1,116 1,567 519

1,026

663

1,638 476

393 75 154 168 59 141 111

400 200

3,195 175 921 1,791 1,121

77

424 502 738

169 193 37

66

190 103

224 108

82 100 298 52 257

1,473 3,836

1,636

481 665

200 87

36 53 333 37 119 529 38 62

108,728

19,458

15,552

806 756

2,278 317

1,886 73 409 820 382 67 224 455

1,727 758 1,536

498 1,009

236 974 429

1,097

314 96 695

459 1,698 156 158 197 295 204

309 92 233 65 417

1,070

Turner Rep. 736 948

823 1,474 2,122 576 1,358 641

2,280 1,285 1,203 922 7,940 1,281 1,145 1,671 1,578 790

793 1,903 1,975 787

1,955 2,584 997

1,501 1,751 1,918 1,275 1,627 1,231

1,064 2,273

1,435 1,603

6,477

2,804

623

83

1,610

583 924

327

870

1,830

111,955

59,593

43,969

125,940

687

703

204

IOWA OFFICIAL KEGISTER, 1935-1936 PEIMARY ELECTION For Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of State

Canvass by counties of vote cast at the primary election June 4, 1934, for candidates for Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of State.

Secre tary of Sta te

Lieutenant Govern or COUNTIES Adair Adams . ... Allamakee Appanoose Audubon Ben ton Black H a w k . . . . Boone . Bremer Buchanan Buena Vista.... Butler Calhoun .... Carroll Cass Cedar Cerro G o r d o . . . . Cherokee . . . . Chickasaw . . . Clarke Clay Clayton Clinton Crawford . . . . Dallas Davis Decatur Delaware Des Moines... Dickinson Dubuque . "Rnimpt Fayette Floyd Franklin .... Fremont .. . Greene Grundy Guthrie Hamilton . . . . Hancock Hardin Harrison Henry Howard ... Humboldt Ida Iowa Jackson Tasoer .. . Jefferson Johnson Jones .... Keokuk Kossuth Lee Linn .... Louisa Lucas Lyon .... Madison Mahaska Marion Marshall

Krascbel Dem.

Cress Rep.

Nelson Rep.

515 593 999

407 331 242

647 405

1 536 923 327

960

552

307

1,629 848 3,041 407 1 552 599 582 608 683

2,704 898

1,041 1,890 722 1,260 518 482

1,430 2,234 1,622 942

1,506 945 566

2,178

481

5,604

210

1,259 469 506

1,376 534 645 699 779 363 321

2,183

984

1,159 423 391 899

1,113 1,426 682

2,930

958

1,083 1,333 1,885 2,136 347 677 481 798 815

2,230 787

1,706 524

326 459 477 973 267 406 766 302

3,861 487 708 310 218 365

1,017

273 618 110 265 332 339 202 236 269 638

1,225

471 411

1,073 738

226

465

730

245 542 450 551 384 297 980 821

279 392 732 334 604 360

358

627 859 958 366 346

1,368 844 229 713 200 401

1,039

563 310 259 389

2,110

1,640

1,224

540 397

348 889 405 530 545 697 854

391 506 672

1,057 332

175 348 590 554 363 368 629 481

1,012

Mrs. Miller Dem.

646 330

317 950 623 588 442 242

348 264 771 466 381 356 396 245 516

165 421 236 408 572 651 616

682 669 404

1,400 749

291 228 589 266 300 345 375 391 278

413 477

568 478 195

Thompson Rep.

1,385 794

549 426 228 272

1,655

atterson Rep.

1,666 908

484 368 224 592 611 542 870 437 423 513 607 890

759 281 400 506 544 436

5

543 583

1,002

293 431 564 614 676 197

1,573

432 336 464 209 488 463 707 991 631 404 539 478 175

861 323

378

1,428 228 747 214 259 215 291

292 425

1,364 564

715 299

273 494 338 337

929 351 314 943

1,763

1,442 1,267

414 785 329 573 552

1,114

296 252 285 741 291 374 263 631 477

1,136

496 203 624 626 834 192

269 355

790

1,390

341 561 367 676 720 551 624

736 312

1,177

1,540

2,295

451 418 499 493

170 161 432

1,848

452 270 761 748 572 667 702 178 735

359 266 783 652 290 426 798

1,811 266 1,153

Jones Dem.

986 894 363 426 871 722 431

602 740

730

1,129 707 357

304 373

528 227 251 612 998 786 348 577 348 221

1,359

1,096

3,650

3,019

395

168 840 350 446 933 451 508 496 553 274 301

1,338 957 832

343 259

197

67 495 171 192 547 157 207 267 294 97 137

1,063 275 451

132 154

628

360 539 516 186

2,263

1,125

862 763

1,037

275 496 337 693 653

330 186 476 868 956 119 241 218 241 396

1,561

1,036

692

1,033 1,008 1,291 1,402

561

318

Greenwait Rep. 2,261 1,926 2,163 3,224 1,356 1,188 6,002 2,110 1,067 2,231 2,138 2,612 1,230 1,353 3,429 1,904 4,089 2,253 1,969 1,652 1,166 2,259 3,890 860

3,153

924

1,650 2,388 2,511 915 712

2,203 3,688 2,113 1,517 981

1,504 2,075 2,933 2,719 2,490 1,110 2,124 2,053 1,385 1,965 1,456 1,176 840

2,952 2,063 1,516 1,764 2,210 2,465 2,182 3,941 1,655 2,806 1,349 2,174 1,807 2,407 2,077

205

PEIMAEY ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1934

Primary Vote for Lieutenant Governor and Secretary of State (Continued) Secretary of State

Lieutenant Governor COUNTIES Mills Mitchell Monona Monroe Montgomery Muscatine .. . O'Brien Osceola Page Palo Alto Plymouth Pocahontas . . . Polk Pottawattamie .. Poweshiek Ringgold Sac Scott Shelby Sioux Story Tama Taylor Union Van Buren Wapello Warren Washington Wayne Webster Winnebago Winneshiek Woodbury Worth Wright Total

Kraschel Dem. 899 527 1,135 651

Cross Rep. 325 942 345 562

506 471

420 838

751 252 935

533 198 525 229 405 265

1,359 1,404

764

Nelson Rep.

Thompson Patterson Rep. Rep.

Jones Dem.

683 414 772

333 184 467

913

475

233

930 350 603

531 205 622

1,109

638 270 822 191

624 526

490

334 95 411 397 472 268

285 590 521

365 322 509

789

651

727 258 943 385 655 336

838 784

Mrs. Miller Dem.

533 613

334 183 655 745 735

777

375 387 1,205 1,183

621

173 190

2,919 2,645 796

3,320 1,643 521

3 841 629 658

3 496 794 663

3,210 1,031 619

2,055 1,754 611

1,443 1,289 238

582 570 792

457 736

414 512

732 447

451 374 568

187 233 353 687 206 405 754

1,950

1,582

1,328

171 554 702 510

240 873

1,246

565

482 493 620 363 797 825 446

604 494 433 231 513

703 688 523 361 921

844 886 747 291 776

1,270

409

1,596

Greenwait Rep. 1,400 1,838 1,995 2,920 2,715 2,006 2,859 1,055 2,871 1,690 2,447 1,066 12,391 3,134 2,396 2,215 2,175 3,082 826

512 2,394 3,030

1,046 337 1,772

126 493 2,906

1,700 309 1,045 2,577

101 593 2,843

406 693

1,249 314 1,895 1,112 1,108

513 660

1,186

251

144 518

393 515

206 215

3,306 2,655 1,972 1,793 2,674 1,899 2,103 2,799 3,135 1,358 2,294 2,422 2,927 9,498 1,526 3,359

111,805

59,744

68,699

62,649

64,297

80,964

46,580

231,083

667 995

1,541 508 993 703 1,571 596

795 810

1,896 364 1,423 5,016

349 466 212

404 607 571

420 564 568

1,019

752 477

695 943 531 779 597

1,390

482 744

562 818 932

361 742 534 1,176 486 799 637

196 375 244

619 202 138 236 796

206

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGI8TEE, 1935-1936 PEIMABY ELECTION For Auditor of State and Secretary of Agriculture.

Canvass by •ounties of vote cast at the primary election June 4, 1934, for candidates for Auditor of State and Secretary of Agriculture.

Secretary of Agriculture

Auditor of State COUNTIES Adair Adams Allamak.ee Appanoose . . . Audubon .. Benton Black Hawk.... Boone Bremer Buchanan... Buena Vista Butler Calhoun Carroll Cass Cedar Cerro Gordo Cherokee Chickasaw.... Clarke Clay Clayton... Clinton Crawford Dallas Davis Decatur Delaware Des Moines Dickinson Dubuque Emmet Fayette Floyd.. . Franklin Fremont Greene Grundy Guthrie Hamilton Hancock Hardin Harrison Henry Howard Humboldt Ida Iowa Jackson Jasper Jeffer-on Johnson. . Jones Keokuk Kossuth Lee Linn Louisa Lucas Lyon Madison Mahaska . Marion Marshall

Storms Dem.

McHanson Glothlen Murray Dem. Rep. Rep.

495 566 1,001 1,633 914 920 2,838 412 1,510 598 544 580

1,270 1,241 1 841 2,272 768 774 4,313 1,114 1,655 1,304 1,735

478 680 708

621

633 438

809 890

2,382 795 963 1,778 704 1,183 512

455 1,429 2,202 1,638

775

2,251 1,192 3,375 1,520 1,573 937

744 1,805 3,131

335 349

630 343

350

472

463

1,013 551 615 1,576 1,654 230

963 635 933 658 409 669

573 442 628

969 698 770 2,153 298 1,133 457 451 519 569

2,134 660 637 1,648 560 1,008 388

1,799

493

957

270 657

697 949 713

199

1,213 442 454 1,328 498 587 677 698 335

340 2,149 974

1,096 394 374 866 1,118 1,399 699 2,846 922 1,063 1,262 2,153 1,930 331 671 480 795 804 2,244 699

525

1,571 '2,897 1,559 1,048 656 285 1,498 1,154 1,821 2,297 892 1.415 1,396 1,065 1,513 1,013 728 590

1,756 1,340 1,104 1,244 1,379 1,987 ]L,641 5,161 920 1,800 L,040 ,110 ,256 1,378 ,388

674 728

100 142

726

630 980

1,712 1,861 573

Nelson Rep.

423 465

1,438

520 2,252 453 5,205

Davis Rep.

349

898

623

Campbell Rep.

817 563

339 1,014 1,528 1,300

1,518

Curran Dem.

610 614 590 275 600

758 478 510 300 2,450 462 1,805 743 734

403 1,191 415 3,976 174

695 242 299 869 187 439

972 567 311 1,489 1,741

192

298

1,931 706 797

243 393 612

249 843 654

215 519

303 234

382 276

566 512

185 396 406 216

428 341 925 893

380 152

615 504

860 885 854 333

1,191 442 1,760 858

317 264

813 402

220 477 753

489 937 789

279 303 1,144

679 254 603 265

282 465 210 439

233 635 233 394

161 1,215 129 2,314 56

1,071 497 423 308 510

514 900 297 189 385

879 367 455 984 437 549

363 102 95 398 147 116

1,832 482 545 190 290 622

498 373 448 233 510 485

535 640 321

183 143 54

573 284 484

566 484 460

436 344

600 713

310 1,579

125 685

683 994

351 260

304

390

750 308 314 1,006 410

165 149 119

586 339

396 475 502

862 234 548 2,789 402

355 280 771

808

982

73 110 366

418

405 370

493 678 1,239 412

1,303 265 524

611 664 376

227 827

Rowlands Rep. 478 376 248

583 195 257 683 377 157

129 202 361 222 193

793 171 482 183 251 444

223 417 520 285 597 186 266

256 393 150 180 276

407 237 222 188 305 214

323 505

942 910 571 326 798 638 1,076 1 631 1 146 668 721

777 329

550 547

261 154

377 650 267

427 303 616

340

246

874 456 352 264

552 221 297

229 472 194 125 201 179

1,023 687 356 500 760 366 541 1,533 707 860 293 910 1,032 711

1,105 355 2,080 735 698 1,324 1,199 1,513 224 491 430 678 609 1,459

410 360 914 211 377 174 748 747 122 213 104 273 403 873

617 449 73 • 522 386 469 414 1,370 291 480 602 336 837 439

808 713 1,335 596 996 479 624 2,051 886 751 207 471 729 550

874

994 554 126 395 568 1,002 633 1,432 320 1,056 428 833 584 865

454 285 114 184 256 333 419 471 161 413 137 368 460 666

548

278

458

662

953

299

207

PRIMARY ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1934

Primary Vote for Auditor of State and Secretary of Agriculture (Continued)

Aud itor of State COUNTIES Storms Dem. Mills Mitchell Monona Monroe Montgomery. . . Muscat ine O'Brien . . . Osceola Page Palo Alto Plymouth Pocahontas Polk Pottawattamie . Poweshiek Ringgold Sac Scott Shelby Sioux... ... Story Tama Taylor Union Van Buren Wapello Warren Washington.... Wayne

WeBster Winnebago Winneshiek Woodbury...".. Worth Wright Total

874 511 1,091 638 498 460 736 251 880 1,275 1,366 723 2,772 2,647 783 577 523 768 1,846 646 909 1,471 491 908 701 1,491 610 780 805 1,815 357 1,333 4,814 481 620 107,967

Se :retary of Agricultu re

McHanson Glothlen Murray Rep. Rep. Dem. 711

Curran Dem.

Campbell Rep.

Davis Rep.

Nelson Rep.

Rowlands Rep.

1,976 1,190 1,260 1,769 1,285 1,531 1.406 2,034 859 1,547 2,224 2,506 6,792 1,248 2,635

516 552 671 931 713 899 878 300 751 360 749 500 8,424 1,534 739 791 1,003 1,543 350 863 954 736 503 737 549 971 1,223 816 478 917 256 446 2,494 294 642

706 421 818 399 394 326 644 212 745 1,106 1,147 654 2,124 1,907 574 437 442 516 1,626 546 892 1,139 403 661 437 817 476 522 623 1,598 364 1,085 3,377 491 551

221 115 308 273 118 176 154 54 247 399 365 241 1,046 1,018 230 166 124 372 530 153 299 404 147 337 259 874 157 292 196 546 50 367 1,818 84 151

227 423 689 624 410 521 1,197 405 554 301 1,029 216 1,910 838 503 495 832 1,185 189 1,425 397 493 530 583 474 609 403 409 331 692 319 572 2,811 306 669

400 404 413 770 573 902 709 141 690 247 468 393 2,790 1,004 855 799 393 i;322 188 589 502 414 334 520 344 672 450 1,645 264 517 338 490 3,653 228 860

360 675 593 912 1,033 725 774 353 989 938 653 557 4,480 904 697 483 685 1,045 463 853 2,471 766 638 802 697 598 1,199 553 453 1,218 1,337 1,500 3,069 765 1,321

248 219 383 540 461 399 154 116 547 132 288 235 3,868 1,045 312 317 230 750 262 350 362 229 291 569 297 412 563 400 240 363 229 335 1,212 145 327

155,373

81,142

82 940

35,838

60,283

60.063

82 803

36,842

1,259 1,259 1,918 1,749 1,549 1 K17

686 1,968 1,273 1,500 783 6,066 2,130 1,515 1,289 1,126 2,685 751 2.172

208

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER, 1935-1936 PRIMARY ELECTION For Treasurer of State and Attorney General

Canvass by counties of vote cast at the primary election J u n e 4, 1934, for candidates for Treasurer of State and Attorney General.

Attorney General

Treasurer of State Williams Rep.

O'Connor Dem.

Mowry Rep.

Naglestad Rep.

825 640 1,186 1,498 470 800 3,656 1,381 543 1,570 479 1,278 399 341 1,384 1,358 2,052 745 1,060 715 445 1,287 2,533 390 1,107 294 638 1,700 1,305 353 478 624 2,138 909 646 399 455 1,048 170 927 ,085 676 751 906 837 737 392 755 398 ,293 671 ,111 ,357 ,316 ,050 ,122 5,893 937 1,015 507 813 1,174 989 1,069

450 536 1,060 1,575 872 926 2,953 414 1,472 637 550 599 664 2,449 813 960 1,866 677 1,256 504 470 1,443 2,229 1,792 906 1,453 927 551 2,189 453 5,948 210 1,211 440 511 1,321 535 584 641 691 319 345 2,152 971 1,178 404 350 999 1,158 1,369 665 3,211 910 1,047 285 925 033 328 640 482 813 795 173 776

264 229 376 699 89 427 1,159 645 189 389 151 501 296 225 158 352 769 238 352 471 224 488 1,044 206 815 166 423 367 444 186 274 300 398 335 351 131 357 463 327 292 408 422 242 436 207 208 242 282 269 2,529 470 431 406 337 548 347 1,132 331 730 65 445 732 1,206 894

263 218 979 528 183 306 1,192 732 148 438 886 689 398 318 165 436 1,129 1,576 669 117 535 631 1,042 365 401 102 187 489 407 593 226 935 1,380 418 562 106 545 329 377 1,678 644 533 596 216 492 671 1,055 587 189 136 237 236 272 214 771 491 1,702 225 456 1,296 246 380 237 479

COUNTIES Wegman Perkins Dem. Rep. Adair Adams Allamakee Appanoose Audubon Benton Black Hawk.... Boone Bremer Buchanan Buena Vista Butler Calhoun Carroll Cass Cedar Cerro Gordo Cherokee Chickasaw Clarke Clay Clayton Clinton Crawford Dallas Davis Decatur Delaware Des Moines.... Dickinson Dubuque Emmet Fayette Floyd Franklin Fremont Greene Grundy Guthrie Hamilton Hancock Hardin Harrison Henry Howard Humboldt Ida Iowa Jackson Jasper Jefferson Johnson Jones Keokuk Kossuth Lee Linn Louisa Lucas Lyon Madison Mahaska Marion Marshall

482 547 1,028 1,598 917 943 2,900 416 1,480 607 564 634 677 2,112 834 948 1,847 715 1,258 520 471 1,451 2,208 1,749 912 1,487 946 549 2,234 477 5,672 211 1,242 440 481 1,334 544 604 669 730 335 356 2,184 948 1,131 420 358 949 1,151 1,406 678 2,928 934 1,052 1,363 1,955 1,954 317 666 495 812 844 2,253 775

805 817 712 961 620 389 1,662 843 294 532 1,429 807 791 923 1,301 317 1,449 1,281 647 519 699 669 940 550 1,274 222 584 512 697 580 245 1,449 1,023 711 622 413 1,206 589 1,208 944 875 587 908 491 349 808 1,088 326 289 980 464 309 306 528 934 466 777 463 982 638 769 825 1,017 794

Silver Rep. 441 281 240 806 179 277 662 486 176 184 179 413 314 121 499 212 525 223 257 316 247 278 357 258 661 404 382 280 516 262 200 212 421 344 371 135 296 321 367 610 298 334 434 649 176 272 100 240 251 602 978 108 144 380 296 616 317 255 721 150 403 526 551 476

Shaw Rep. 328 387 510 1,072 149 354 2,078 691 464 666 776 755 437 319 291 703 1,179 399 511 560 360 640 1,129 362 1,014 508 608 907 1,097 279 239 621 1,327 772 567 204 562 682 503 436 798 369 443 978 392 819 230 427 403 415 1,048 547 660 1,881 670 952 1,477 765 939 122 645 1,086 780 558

Swan Rep. 1,363 1,159 316 981 958 318 1,507 587 223 724 438 498 339 432 3,524 265 987 193 457 418 260 482 683 301 813 144 393 528 565 203 199 300 677 436 304 545 472 477 1,629 400 426 392 872 465 282 303 114 268 177 139 370 287 402 206 355 459 1,043 309 563 64 697 440 414 491

209

PEIMAEY ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1934 Primary Vote for Treasurer of State and Attorney General (Continued)

Treasurer of State COUNTIES Mills Mitchell Monona Monroe Montgomery.. . Muscatine O'Brien Osceola Page Palo Alto Plymouth Pocahontas Polk Pottawattamie . Poweshiek Ringgold Sac Scott Shelby Sioux Story Tama Taylor Union Van Buren Wapello Warren Washington.... Wayne Webster Winnebago Winneshiek Woodbury Worth Wright Total

Wegman Perkins Dem. Rep. 872 531 1,068 646 486 481 742 272 904 1,358 1,449 792 2,839 2,725 780 581 563 771 2,026 666 958 1,486 509 984 668 1,508 614 775 800 lr998 358 1,425 4,957 488 669

504 562 773 863 1,010 818 1,232 534 1,038 777 1,194 642 4,745 1,442 680 786 1,658 1,239 398 1,538 1,179 489 572 845 412 737 927 713 438 953 887 879 5,133 476 1,241

110,451

86,513

Attorney General O'Connor Dem.

Mowry Rep.

Naglestad Rep.

Shaw Rep.

840 512 1,066 633 486 513 743 251 865 1,292 1,358 765 3,053 2,778 775 591 527 812 1,926 663 949 1,488 488 984 665 1,576 592 812 790 2,048 343 1,384 5,024 457 643

172 326 151 830 226 732 303 151 527 397 194 165 4,206 635 1,092 822 282 1,390 120 232 741 637 290 663 377 871 699 446 256 503 267 264 316 219 596

195 560 1,541 348 742 495 1,386 562 349 602 2,413 343 3,501 1,189 275 168 ,120 1, 826 309 ,331 ,131 331 261 196 398 287 390 464 152 891 1,,594 1,724 10,084 874 1,705

286 447 260 1,165 400 817 782 242 603 403 375 672 3,916 514 881 574 438 1,203 201 519 764 580 424 606 804 1,251 1,052 1 633 548 720 416 609 589 263 629

646 398 247 542 1,247 558 322 91 1,331 242 203 289 2,975 1,815 251 558 306 1,158 514 290 578 358 874 1,085 261 422 549 491 369 676 230 453 437 212 466

40,476 111,751 110,758

48,987

74,776

68,436

56,480

Silver Rep. 208 268 194 631 263 527 376 121 419 222 306 308 ,481 548 374 317 260 863 238 400 713 282 416 420 ,098 749 549 550 294 559 372 306 .174 207 473

Williams Rep. 546 862 976 1,348 1,220 1,234 1,123 367 1,325 606 849 378 6,168 1,844 1,293 996 510 2,230 380 1,134 1,059 1,126 811 1,208 555 1,144 1,153 1,711 609 1,068 936 1,688 3,170 700 1,344

Swan Rep.

210

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTEE, 193571936

PRIMABY ELECTION

For Superintendent of Public Instruction

Canvass by counties of vote cast at the primary election June 4, 1934, for candidates for Superintendent of Public Instruction.

COUNTIES Adair Adams Allamak.ee Appanoose Audubon Benton Black Hawk Boone Bremer Buchanan Buena Vista Butler Calhoun Carroll Cass Cedar Cerro Gordo Cherokee Chickasaw Clarke Clay Clayton . . Clinton Crawford Dallas Davis Decatur Delaware . . . Des Moines Dickinson Dubuque Emmet Fayette Floyd Franklin Fremont Greene Grundy Guthrie Hamilton Hancock Hardin Harrison Henry Howard Humboldt Ida Iowa Jackson TasDer

Jefferson . . . . Johnson Jones Keokuk Kossuth Lee Linn Louisa Lucas Lyon Madison Mahaska. . Marion Marshall

Kehoe Dem. 104 162 526 466 184 214 1,089 113 319 308 139 163 216 770 214 284 724 281 519 103 131 715 1,424 632 252 400 232 402 750 128 4,375 68 553 198 150 342 178 84 184 179 102 76 594 317 562 86 162 364 760 309 224 1,234 570 317 419 826 730 99 147 188 175 252 555 219

MrGee Dem. 176 199 319 630 290 416 1,254 144 926 170 174 401 299 547 269 266 792 189 516 201 207 448 370 601 253 540 423 85 632 242 1,455 68 418 172 212 483 207 309 164 205 100 150 649 264 399 189 83 319 196 382 219 892 180 391 427 528 784 122 238 162 292 382 729 281

Wooten Dem.

SamuelsonRep.

Thomas Rep.

153 179 146 459 352 348 481 210 244 90 205 57 151 810 221 296 330 227 185 125 132 243 431 569 337 395 277 45 791 110 852 64 223 77 105 428 154 149 275 301 85 125 840 307 163 116 88 257 173 591 202 668 178 263 345 448 533 88 244 134 249 273 842 240

1,505 1,556 1,410 1,855 965 858 3,725 2,075 624 1,347 1,718 1,324 1,029 898 2,353 1,080 2,654 1,704 1,249 1,029 818 1,303 2,458 771 2,309 550 088 ]L,603 L.713 728 585 ]1,198 >,477 L,362 1,120 796 1,488 L,2O7 L 962 11,948 L,359 1,064 L.338 L,402 827 1,371 1.024 756 549 1,871 1,673 978 1,014 1,308 1,500 1,403 3,325 1,169 1,847 799 1,256 1,561 1,607 1,370

525 306 468 638 220 262 732 522 190 486 426 694 324 194 580 441 1,414 421 441 328 341 537 755 310 636 157 444 393 430 281 209 827 615 486 451 96 378 513 733 578 1,043 487 406 472 315 514 208 342 226 551 369 263 322 474 622 426 1 027 292 710 270 431 606 527 531

McCleanahan Rep. 432 286 442 969 243 407 2,119 582 292 672 329 738 279 283 599 395 603 420 480 424 348 486 846 252 583 251 386 574 643 233 193 482 928 432 351 133 407 517 473 495 272 433 470 476 331 314 435 305 244 660 422 382 482 640 475 565 1 465 430 538 303 603 595 600 622

211

PRIMAEY ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1934 Primary Vote for Superintendent of Public Instruction (Continued)

COUNTIES Mills Mitchell Monona Monroe Montgomery Muscatine O'Brien Osceola Page Palo Alto Plymouth Pocahontas Polk Pottawattamie.... Poweshiek Ringgold Sac Scott Shelby Sioux. Story . . . Tama Taylor Union Van Buren Wapello Warren Washington...... Wayne Webster Winnebago Winneshiek Woorlbury Worth Wright Total

Kehoe Dem.

McGee Dem.

Wooten Dem.

217 288 279 200 112 176 200 92 243 498 640 231 752 870 183 167 169 298 488 251 217 434 142 339 267 555 135 315 200 627 103 609 2.201 113 206

311 157 309 235 133 215 303 81 315 533 310 327 1,104 1,046 263 207 125 291 751 243 348 518 193 218 558 272 227 306 799 123 397 1,418 210 202

259 80 425 193 182 117 205 61 306 320 346 177 953 712 294 150 196 264 602 139 374 485 126 246 173 340 188 174 233 594 108 292 l f 3O7 116 191

40,379

37,351

29,607

273

McCleanahan Rep.

Samuelson Rep.

Thomas Rep.

1,048 1,167 1,283 1,811 2,288 1,565 2,145 568 2,642 1,194 1,726 924 10,632 2,634 1,507 1,419 1,657 2,326 671 2,346 2-433 j1,163 :U386 L ,711 1,080 1,920 i1,623 r i,034 861 1,950 1.851 2,280 5,677 1,102 1,483

134 380 323 599 309 536 642 249 327 306 483 360 1,931 664 439 482 272 970 265 533 634 283 491 519 497 574 583 553 295 653 587 449 1,788 345 2,063

220 426 409 782 340 652 436 286 419 255 439 305 2,833 687 623 540 401 1,286 198 652 471 596 303 607 490 498 711 747 279 430 324 515 2,380 252 354

50,722

53,215

160,820

212

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER, 1935-1936 PRIMARY ELECTION For Bcvilroad Commissioners

(Two to be nominated by each party) Canvass by counties of vote cast at the primary election June 4, 1934, for candidates for Railroad Commissioner.

COUNTIES Adair Adams Allamakee Appanoose Audubon Benton Black Hawk... Boone Bremer Buchanan Buena Vista... Butler Calhoun Carroll Cass Cedar Cerro Gordo... Cherokee Chickasaw.... Clarke Clay Clayton Clinton Crawford Dallas Davis Decatur Delaware Des Moines. . . Dickinson Dubuque Emmet Fayette Floyd Franklin Fremont Greene Grundy Guthrie Hamilton Hancock Hardin Harrison Henry Howard Humboldt Ida Iowa Jackson Jasper Jefferson Johnson Jones Keokuk Kossuth Lee Linn Louisa Lucas Lyon Madison Mahaska Marion Marshall

Burgess Dunlap Flaherty Dem. Dem. Dem. 121 147 190 452 202 304 757 139 269 110 190 121 195 572 185 258 318 264 208 163 149 401 400 621 176 351 271 117 510 146 1,706 57 304 74 116 405 142 108 155 171 74 78 817 212 353 62 193 301 382 321 157 451 165 254 203 405 801 43 168 219 173 347 411 321

194 166 333 615 263 373 806 230 362 183 159 176 300 662 226 248 503 160 366 176 158 393 712 728 481 464 342 161 490 231 1,693 75 350 139 210 441 253 243 213 323 106 190 639 349 236 137 127 337 426 515 206 990 303 354 444 672 789 111 257 136 326 320 702 344

104 135 367 330 198 363 1,015 84 250 195 199 203 169 817 189 196 647 293 330 107 164 437 972 635 265 250 165 174 555 117 2,267 70 350 117 125 338 152 134 187 201 75 96 853 187 401 111 86 343 218 281 130 738 325 218 424 625 790 71 144 172 155 323 436 254

Huffmann Dem. 197 201 337 686 424 344 925 171 436 183 191 220 212 953 282 263 649 144 420 213 188 419 672 637 353 592 475 129 860 156 2,065 66 398 133 123 409 222 162 269 203 96 99 634 252 250 143 63 355 488 576 207 711 288 299 387 613 565 132 238 115 299 325 1,059 243

Ostby Dem. 55 80 105 215 123 241 284 140 176 60 37 123 205 209 95 170 565 46 130 52 173 150 185 389 95 219 156 40 188 191 1,154 17 131 103 66 176 160 62 73 84 79 136 213 90 124 47 17 226 358 162 58 230 84 121 149 205 536 38 68 46 72 198 270 145

Schmidt Dem.

Woodruff Rep.

Frazer Rep.

108 149 245 413 235 399 911 93 604 195 148 163 163 873 207 385 413 122 345 101 147 560 840 608 151 364 208 161 698 126 2,154 47 407 122 120 325 122 203 182 157 104 145 496 368 316 132 71 507 225 387 229 2,072 344 414 361 834 699 123 154 128 152 270 625 211

1,186 796 1,065 1,879 687 799 3,308 1,563 556 1,087 1,155 1,178 645 567 1,256 935 2,621 945 1,315 941 657 1,234 1,745 562 1,659 504 922 1,174 1,228 676 587 997 2,100 1,138 847 407 890 970 1,553 1,123 1,157 693 892 997 742 841 675 571 454 1,916 1,051 518 885 1,131 1,110 1,229 3,417 766 1,684 496 1,184 1,550 2,136 1,273

779 856 546 822 520 670 1,921 1,241 255 622 817 743 465 642 2,136 500 1,147 694 398 513 456 669 1,345 486 1,035 281 604 549 719 600 385 645 814 530 510 600 664 644 960 829 688 492 1,297 616 327 571 648 368 347 793 613 285 544 636 734 737 1,671 465 692 521 600 1,072 673 897

Martin Rep. 878 664

1,209 1,605 521 890 3,047 12,44 506

1,062 754 1,244 605

601 1,050 981 1,884 930 766 672

576 1,205 1,959 380 1,298 441 755 1,135 1,172 559 534 949 1,957 924 756 307 727

912 1,131 1,122 1,046 626 656 1,023 657 852 601 597 558 1,192 1,136 1,326 988 1,039 916 1,302 2,389 894 1,486 593 859 1,405 951 940

213

PEIMARY ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1934 Primary Vote for "Railroad Commissioners (Continued)

COUNTIES Mills Mitchell MODODE

Monroe Montgomery. . . Muscatine O'Brien Osceola page Palo Alto Plymouth Pocahontas Polk Pottawattamie . Powesh ik Ringgold Sac Scott Shelby .... Sioux Story Tama Taylor Union Van Buren Wapello Warren Washington Wayne . . . . Webster Winnebago Winneshiek Woodbury Worth Wright Total

Burgess Dunlap Flaherty Dem. Dem. Dem.

Huffmann Dem.

Ostby Dem.

Schmidt Dem.

251 85 563 163 103 121

279 140 307 189 144 170

188 109 378 190 120 164

280 161 267 273 183 189

112 164 75 68 68 113

193 153 154 163 124 225

196

252

210

216

101 202 244 740 186 813 787 162 163

59 331 323 248 338 1,433 956 259 209

86 247 531 657 272 698 1,172 169 139

162 274

152 312

150 267

167 265

117 312

563 249 181 296 95 255

720 198 676 498

655 270 229 317

31,070

36,180

149 307

56 88

96 243

226 349

404 34 262 151 104 357

760 139 242 507

896

893

1,869 583 1,148 933 525

2,786 555 1,340 1,296 1,067

705

708 986

1,172 545 838

1,490

1,119

1,334

33,764 125,900

83,454

109,797

708 136 174

231 403 107

648 80 142

34,581

36,494

17,009

176 148

909

942

364 1,331 451 988 456 4,425 2,899 727 725

356 771 901 1,740 858 1,513 1,214 408 995 750 1,028 505 5,924 1,954 1,190 827

736 930 4,158

27 231

257

874

2,571 592 1,270 1,587 1,028

717 564 932 582 1,204 964

Martin Rep.

1,789 580 1,204 1,060 1,472 4,112

590

67 345 3,092

217 476

667 852 821 1,683 1,181 1,382 1,342 447 1,408 729 1,006 537 9,654 1,881 1,266 1,076

Frazer Rep.

1,316 962 1,594 1,867 1,471 796 1,377 1,029 1,378 4,232

588

843

763 135 224

37 252

891 146 315 447

727

290 316

55 126

138 305

56 211 282 263 191 811 953 299 140

68

234

139 267

253

70 103

132

116 552 141 151 163

61 342 3,418

12 99 130 55 283 836 576 79 55

220 347 527 90 390

232 495

453

44

211 553 115 416 160

206 480 141 245

74 325 337 380 196 1,332 988 289 226

Woodruff Rep.

62 532

800

724

800 420 793

390

857 1,225 929

726

214

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936 PBIMAEY ELECTION For Congressmen

Returns by counties of vote cast June 4, 1934, for Democratic and Republican candidates for Congress in all districts.

FIRST DISTRICT

Cedar Des Moines... Henry Iowa Jefferson Johnson Lee Louisa Muscatine.... Van Buren.... Washington...

990

770

995

Total

Hicklin Rep.

Childs Rep.

Eicher Dem.

COUNTIES

2,252 1,082 982

1,052 776 425

703

942 543

1,533 1,144 688 1,131

2,983 1,984

1,640

360 495

728 849

606 773

822 944

1,702 1,970 1,099 2,011

13,413

9,293

14,004

920 816

SECOND DISTRICT Jacobsen Dem.

COUNTIES

Koob Rep.

Andelfinger Rep.

Clinton Dubuque Jackson . Jones Linn Scott

2,413 2,873 1,103 704 1,478 754

645 198

3,421 843 730 1,615 3,733 3,068

Total

9,325

6,700

13,410

262

5,065 268 262

THIRD DISTRICT COUNTIES Benton Black Hawk.... Bremer Butler Franklin Grundy Hardin Marshall Tama Wright

Total

Willford Van Metre Seemann Johnson Dem. Dem. Dem. Rep.

Mak Rep.

MrGreevy Gwynne Rep. Rep.

Ontjes Rep.

492 2,664 978 450 371 565 263 428 1,048 457

566 1,105 663 312 259 208 176 387 541 182

176 114 463 41 65 33 38 113 140 52

173 326 102 197 240 371 312 521 346 623

328 1,507 178 366 447 301 326 491 578 506

132 209 42 590 423 219 862 222 69 413

770 4,503 658 1,016 776 582 294 901 726 979

230 431 128 1,089 405 1,326 435 494 333 711

7,716

4,399

1,235

3,211

5,028

3,181

11,205

5,582

PRIMARY ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1934

215

Primary Vote for Congressmen (Continued) FOURTH DISTRICT Biermann Dem.

COUNTIES

1,069

Allamakee Buchanan

1,337 1.569 2.076 1,252 641

681

2,019 1.648 1,468

Chickasaw Clayton

530

1,343 612 1,823 693

Worth

L 642 L.203 1,017 753 1,073 L.797 074. f

837

902 1,563 606

13,682

Total

J Q71

2.904 1,251

514

Mitchell

971 996

2,501 1.146

917

1,282

Fayette Floyd

Benson Rep.

Palmer Rep.

15,855

16,144

FIFTH DISTRICT Fabritz Dem.

COUNTIES

Thurston Rep.

Mahaska Monroe Poweshiek Ringgold Union Wapello Wayne

471 689 1,668 745

3.452 1,832 854 1,526 2,808 2,225 3,104 2,078 2,789 2,447 2,202 2,758 2,603 1,457

Total

12,667

32,135

1,545 414 1,424

Clarke Davis Decatur Jasper Keokuk

774

1,211 993 624 805 578 726

SIXTH DISTRICT COUNTIES Dallas Madison Marion Polk Story Warren Total

Utterback Dem.

Crocker Dem.

Dyer Dem.

Fisher Dem.

Dowell Rep.

Hauge Rep.

Klein Rep.

65

1,188 5,745 1,334 1,219

300 218 319

1,244

11,316

2,780

409 442

151 118 356 368 646 82

79 59 221 446 202 31

230 450 98 48

1,987 1,245 1,715 11,126 2,032 1,538

6,337

1,721

1,038

958

19,643

673 568

1,707 2,538

76

964 866

381 318

216

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTER, 1935-1936 Primary Vote for Congressmen (Continued) SEVENTH DISTRICT COUNTIES

Adair Adams Audubon

...

Wearin Dem.

Welch Dem.

Pearson Dem.

290 489

49 21

259 252

92 52

580 258

405 736 1,087

79 33

Casp Fremont Guthrie .. Harrison Mills Montgomery Page Pottawattamie Shelby Taylor

2,376 1,568 310

457 313 24

18 51

Total

11,174

1,909

450

1,526 973 426 538

748 250

Utman Rep.

1,525 1,202 876 2,458

632 618

202 145

618

304 753

385 878

140 219 81 307

635 575

537 71

176 615

636 774 319

1,640 1,128 808 1,776 1,835 2,259 586 1,389

1,982 304 485

363 286 202

5,655

18,100

9,334

2,935

578 210

691 29

Henry Rep.

Swanson Rep.

958 825

168 214

EIGHTH DISTRICT Gilchrist Rep.

Meyers Dem.

COUNTIES Boone Calhoun Carroll Crawford Emmet Greene. Hamilton Hancock Humboldt Kossuth Palo Alto Pocahontas Webster... Winnebago Total

399 627 3,065 1,613 193 515 616 271 368 1,154 1,149 707 1,700 323

2,460 1,355 1,309 1,079 2 341 1,772 2,672 2,313 2,056 2,457 1,727 1,418 2,342 2,408

12,700

27,709

NINTH DISTRICT Gillette Dem.

COUNTIES Buena Vista Cherokee Clay Dickinson Ida I^yon Monona O'Brien Osceola Plymouth Sac Sioux Woodbury Total

. .

.

. . .

Brady Rep.

622 995 512 489 445 533 1,098 778 269 1,657 569 625 5,094

360 412 311 230 222 254 115 1,082 417 304 270 897

13,686

5,623

749

DeWolf Rep.

Hunter Rep.

McBride Rep.

962 754 995 599 455 471 303983 352 819 694 934 1,273

382 463 183 184 316 234 585 384 153 692 380 403 3,749

577 823 316 378 * 701 469 1,034 662 255 1,122 767 1,090 5,159

9,594

8,108

13,353

217

PRIMAKY ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1934 PRIMARY ELECTION Primary Vote for State Senator

Canvass by counties of votes cast at primary election June 4, 1934, for Republican and Democratic candidates for State Senators.

COUNTIES

FIRST DISTRICT Driscoll Dem.

Lee Total

Frailey Rep.

*

1,862

*

1,862

SEVENTH DISTRICT Coykendall Dem. Fremont Page Total

Millhone Rep.

1,327 930

920 2,713

2,257

3,633

Topping Rep.

Setterberg Rep.

NINTH DISTRICT Bell Dem. Des Moines Total

Wells Dem.

1,329

1,232

1,451

1,468

1,329

1,232

1,451

1,468

TENTH DISTRICT Baxter Dem. Henry Washington Total

Miller Dem.

Dewey Rep.

Speidel Rep.

492 505

427 351

1,049 2,216 -

1,194 1,645

997

778

3,265

2,839

TWELFTH DISTRICT Adkins Dem.

Mason Dem.

Hicks Rep.

Talbott Rep.

Scovel Rep.

Keokuk Poweshiek

387 386

593 466

874 881

1,207

438

1,093

Total

773

1,059

1,755

1,645

1,893

800

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT Stevens Dem. Wapello Total

* No Dpmorratic candidate in the primary.

Nevin Dem.

Shane Rep.

963

918

2,492

963

918

2,492

Driscoll nominated by county convention.

218

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER, 1935-1936 Primary Vote for State Senator (€ontvwied) EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT

COUNTIES M alone Dem. Cass Shelby Total

Pelzer Rep.

930 1,707

3,500 868

2,637

4,368

TWENTIETH DISTRICT Baker Dem.

Madden Dem.

Corwin Rep.

Louisa Muscatine

184 293

146 273

1,492 2,418

Total

477

419

3,910

TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT Kimberly *Bep. Scott Total

Wissler Rep.

3,285

1,895

3,285

1,895

TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT Irwin Dem. Clinton Total

Lee Rep.

Sutton Rep.

Rice Rep.

2,273

1,157

2,758

738

2,273

1,157

2,758

738

Bfllingsley Rep.

Morgan Rep.

TWENTY-NINTH DISTRICT Tripp Dem. Jasper Total

1,316

1,902

1,168

1,316

1,902

1,168

THIRTIETH DISTRICT Wallace Dem. Polk Total

Wilson Rep.

Connolly, Jr. Rep.

Miller Rep.

2,408

7,639

6,486

4,597

2,408

7,639

6,486

4,597

THIRTY-THIRD DISTRICT (to fill vacancy) •Parker Rep.

Rigby Rep.

Buchanan Delaware

2,183 1,780

647 691

Total

3,963

1,338

• No Democratic nomination.

219

PEIMAEY ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1934 Primary Vote for State Senator (Continued) THIRTY-FOURTH DISTRICT COUNTIES Bell Dem. Crawford. • • Harrison Monona

Rawlings Dem.

Saggan Rep.

2,021 1,374 534

1,048 684

580

1 236 1,909 1,342

3,929

2,312

4,487

Baldwin Dem.

Datisman Rep.

Dubuque

5,627

939

Total

5,627

939

Total

THIRTY-FIFTH DISTRICT

THIRTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT Gilbert Dem.

Ulstad Rep.

Schmedika Rep.

590 377 534

1,753 1,423

2,197

799 500

696 916 419

1,501

4,109

3,496

2,031

Hamilton Wright Total

Knudson Rep. 933

THIRTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT Miller Dem. Black Hawk Grundy Total

Wenner Rep.

Berg Rep.

Aschenbrenner Rep.

2,959

2,720

562

691

3,459 1,329

723 356

3,521

3,411

4,788

1,079

Goetsch Dem.

Peckham Dem.

Burgess Rep.

602 1,183

651 717

1,514 2,789

1,785

1,368

4,303

FORTY-SECOND DISTRICT

Howard Winneshiek Total

FORTY-FOURTH DISTRICT Walleser Dem. Chickasaw Floyd Total

Hill Rep.

1,231 479

1,648

991

1,710

2,639

Donohue Rep. 1,677 985

2,662

220

IOWA OFFICIAL KEGISTEE, 1935-1936 Primary Vote for State Senator (Continued) FORTY-FIFTH DISTRICT

COUNTIES Box Dem.

Leo Rep.

498 530

765 991

1,593 2,014

1,028

1,756

3,607

Benton Tama Total

Greenewalt Dem.

FORTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT Chrystal Dem.

Akin Rep.

2 479 542 556

788 1,201 1.345

731 713 800

3,577

3,334

2,244

Carroll Greene Sac Total

Wiese Rep.

FIFTIETH DISTRICT Davis Dem. Buena Vista Humboldt Pocahontas Total

Hopley Dem.

Ritchie Rep.

Shaw Rep.

42 J 53 324

140 429 460

1,332 832 385

1 435 1,325 1,673

798

1,029

2,549

4,433

PEIMAEY ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1934

221

PEIMAEY ELECTION For State

"Representatives

Canvass of votes by counties and districts cast at primary election June 4, 1934, for candidates for nominations for Representatives on the Democratic and Republican tickets.

D—Democrat E—Eepublican District 29

13

Counties and Candidates

Votes

District 61

Adair— Fred O. Welch, D . . . S.Fleming, R S. Ward Hatfield, R. *H. S.Love, R E. S. Snethen, R

523 721 922 517 743

55

Cass— C. G. Hansen, D C. T. Cocklin, R G. T. Kuester, R

814 1,646 2,074

CedarLa Mar Foster, D William M. Dallas, R . . . Ted Warrall, R

1,073 1,030 1,141

Cerro Gordo— Earl M. Dean, D Harry R. Howard, D . . . Walter B. Pedelty, D . . . Herman M. Knudson, R Arthur L. Sherin, R

939 584 726 3,565 1,278

79

CherokeeGlenn Curtis, D William H. Smith, D . . . W. O. Dailey, R Floyd Hamilton, R F. J. Ritchie, R

512 447 1,497 542 964

89

Chickasaw— H. L. Hettler, D J. C. Hewitt, D Lloyd W. Zipse, D Harry Frank Ashley, R. M. F. Benz, R Edward J. Markle, R . . . H. F. Niewoehner, R . . .

327 774 880 475 667 940 607

Allamakee— OveT. Roe, D Frank H. Klees, R Oscar A. Sorum, R

1,040 1,727 701

44

,

Appanoose— Forest Davis, D J. D. Wissler, D Edmund Hanson, R. . . . ,

1,143 837 3,379

87

Audubon— T. C. Jensen, D A. J. Winther, D Thomas Rutherford, Jr., R.

662 436 1,399

49

Benton— T . H . Clegg, D Charles D. Moore, D . Warner Strippel, R . . .

534 754 1,386

66

Black Hawk— J. E. Cundy, D Peter W. Knipp, D Saner C. Bell, D E. M. Lichty, R Arch W. McFarlane, R. Frank A. Holmes, R . . .

1,131 1,773 1,986 3,531 3,853 3,074

Boone— H. F. Ruschmeyer, D . David J. Conn, R Ben B. Doran, R

392 1,351 2,210

15

Bremcr— William Koch, D . L. H. Racker, R.. Paul Matthias, R.

1,728 28 26

83

Buchanan— G. L. Thompson, D . W. H. Gissel, D . . . . A. P. Tielebein, R . .

605 232 2,212

78

Buena Vista— Charles G. Johnson, D . O. J. Grau, R

529 2,028

73

Butler— Ada Garner, D . . H. A. Moore, R. C. C. Smith, R..

650 1,550 1,710

53

72

67

Nominated by County Convention

684 974 989 1,502 926 1,109

342 188 208 1,063 1,275

34

Calhoun— Andred Stewart, D W. E.Scott, R J. A. Johnson, R

Votes

Carroll— A. H. Baumhover, D . . . Fred H. Hassler, D John H. Schroeder, D . . .

Adams— Mrs. Walton Boswell, D Harry Brink, D G. W. Mullin, D Frank Beath, R Thomas Hendrickson, R.

90

Counties and Candidates

30

Clarke— M. R. Stansell. D J. R. Campbell, R Kate McKee

477 1,626 630

ClayFloyd J. Crane, D Roy S. La Brant, D Paul H. Martin, D E. Joy Roberts, D A. H. Avery, R

168 219 192 91 1,527

70

ClaytonOtto Fueling, D Alvin J. Kregel, R

1,484 2,128

45

ClintonMilton Peaco, D J. H. Thiessen, D Franklin B. Althouse, R, John W. Howes, R William N. Judd, R , . . .

2,060 1,783 1,018 1,362 1,121

222

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936 Primary Vote for State Representatives (Continued) D—Democrat

District

Counties and Candidates

Votes

1,126 1,048 1,471

56

Crawford— William J. Dreessen, D . Albert Weiss, R

1,835 1,149

36

Dallas— B. O. Brown, D . L. V. Russel, R.

778 2,527

21

97

69

96

District 10

Clinton—Cont. Otto C. Kreucher, R. Harry Meints, R . . . . John Olson, R

68

R—Republican

54

65

Davis— Ira Christy, D Mrs. Susie Kline, D . . J. M. Krewson, D . . . Dewey E. Goode, R .

810 546 571 940

Decatur— Walter Osborn, D . . David Dancer, R . .

836 658

Delaware— M. J. Gaughen, D . E. W. Williams, R. M. H. Runkle, R . .

503 1,502 1,418

Des Moines— Henry Coseus, D . . . Henry Hartman, D . Bert E. Dodds, R . . Fred T. Eland, R . . .

666 1,734 1,392 1,505

Dickinson— W. A. Yager, D . . . . A. E. Brown, D A. L. Beverly, R. . . E. E. Heldridge, R .

423 260 903 667

35

63

86

64

32

Dubuque— Peter N . Nicks, D Eugene H. Reilly, D . . . John Ryder, D Sam Swift, D Louis C Stoffregen, R . John H. Taurus, R

3,735 5,728 4,498 3,304 744 730

Emmet— E. J. Maniece, D Leo. W. Brawford, R. G- H. Morse, Jr., R . . . L. P. Stillman, R

224 509 1,258 1,119

Fayette— L. H. Hauth, D H. B. Hough, D . . . . I. J.Baldwin, R . . . . G. P. Leverton, R . . George L. Scott, R . George R. Shirk, R.

737 534 1,025 1,260 1,423 444

Floyd— Frankb'n Dunn. D . . . . Bessie K. Repel, D . . . Ernest A. Schmidt, R. Roy J. Sours, R

3 106 244 1,099 1,539

20

92

76 71

88

74

Franklin— A. W. W o l f , D .

*No Republican Nomination

538

59

40

Counties and Candidates Fremont— E. P. Laughlin, D R. M. Goy, R Greene— Claude Johnson, D O. C. Metzger, D H. E. Daniels, R W. G. Holden, R Claude I. Huffman, R . . . . John W. Klocksiem, R . . . U . S . Piper, R

Votes

1,363 939 387 264 753 622 536 622 355

Grundy— L. L. B a us man, D William Klontz, D Ellet Lepley, D Charles Shearn, D Edward N . Ove, R W. A. Mooty, R

230 131 196 283 1,491 1,192

Guthrie— T. R. Delaney, D Stanley M. Thompson, R J. A. Pringle, R

576 2,308 831

Hamilton— Geo. W. Groves, D F. A. Huddlestun, D E. H. Harbaker, R Frank G. Snyder, R

503 366 2,037 1,263

Hancock— Oscar E. Johnson, D J. A. Chambers, R

314 2,378

Hardin— Mrs. O. K. Dick, D E. O. Ellsworth, R

350 1,525

Harrison— R. G. Moore, D Roy E. Havens, R Francis Day, R

2,219 1,513 802

Henry— Curtis L. McKinnon, D . . A. M. Van Allen, R

935 1,960

Howard— Joseph D. Bouska, D D. M.Evans, R

1,315 1,493

Humboldt— David Herrick, D William P. Housel, D . . . . John Cunningham, R Lenhard Holdtn, R W. H. Strachan, R

154 335 1,326 758 681

Ida— C. E. R. Fuester, D F. O. Cubbage, R Will Johnson, R John H. Aiken, R Iowa— J. P. Gallagher, D Henry Wahl, R

405 894 565 646 1,099 1,382

PEIMAEY ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1934

223

Primary Vote for State Representatives (Continued) D—Democrat E—Republican District 46

38

19

41

47

24

85

Counties and Candidates

16

99

28 1,256 914

Jasper— J. E Craven, D . . . W. R.Hayes. D . . . F. L. Hummel, D . Ben C. Buck, R . . .

636 550 368 2,555

Jefferson— J. Wilb rDole, D . James T. Hughes, Jai • •D . . . A. H. Miller, D Sanford Zeigler, Jr., R. .

260 75 485 2,114

26

Johnson— Le Roy Mercer, D . J. E. Mumma, R..

2,924 1,412

51

Jones— R. D. Finnigan, D . . . . Thomas Stimpson, D . S. G. Thompson, D . . . Warren Rees, R

227 598 260 1,779

11

Keokuk— J . G . Ballensky, D . . . . C. L. Rice, D G. A. Beman, R Ralph U. Heninger, R.

464 774 1,171 1,385

93

Kossuth— A. II. Bonnstetter, D . . C. R. Schoby, R

1,409 2,189

M. T. Collins, D William R. Sheridan, D . William Paisley, D John R. Irwin, R Philip F. Roan, R

22

District

Jackson— George M. Schlatter, D . Charles A. Lindenan, R.

Lee

48

Votes

25

1,340 1,233 1,157 2,036 1,581 1,162 979 1,154 2,401 1,747 1,944 3,182 865 2,369 1,047

Louisa— R. G. Lowe, D Jesse Huddle, R John J. Jinkins, R . . . . Elmer Shipman, R

334 589 1,075 757

Lucas— Ci. J. Gittinger, D I. L. Guernsey, R Jas. F. Johnston, R Victor E. Lindquist, R. W. C.Thomas, R

677 1,168 1,144 756 458

*No Democratic Nomination

17

12

777 2,228

Mahaska— E. A. McClure, D I. M.Reed, D Harriette Roberts, D Albert N. Johnson, R John H. Taylor, R Loren A. Wymore, R . . . .

363 459 334 1,018 1,188 796

Marion— J. R. Palmquist, D Peter W. Visser, D L. D. Teter, R

1,299 1,298 2,492

MarshallHorace Vauthrin, D Don V. McLean, R

697 1,976

Mills— W.H.Cramer,D R. C. Hopp, D A. G. Cok, R W. P. Wortman, R

730 424 277 1,298

Mitchell— Julius Brunner, D J. P. Hausen, R

606 1,928

Monona— Matt B. Riddle, D John Hanson, R A. J. Johnson, R Addison D. Oliver, R George Wiltsey, R

1,011 853 843 520 210

Monroe— M. C. Falvey, D Stanley D. Hoyne, R William Morrissey, R

602 1,241 1,123 1,010

Montgomery— 2,613 O. N. Hultman, R

42

82

516 822 320 479

Votes

Madison— Allie Pindell, D Arthur R. Weed, R

W. A. Wilkin

Linn— Marley D. Clark, D Leo T. Farrell, D Joseph L. Prod aska, D R. N. Fitzgerald, R G. E. Johnson, R Olive S. Johnson, R B. B. Hickenlooper, R William Harvey Newman, R . . . . B. D. Silliman, R Richard B. Wolfe, R

Lyon— W. F. Oehmke, D . . . . Arthur C. Hansen, R. B. O. Roberts R C. Waagmeester. R . . .

57

Counties and Candidates

98

Muscatine— Bert L. Metcalf, D Alice G. Burnett, R II. J. Farnsworth, R F. A. Latchaw, R Vernon J. Oostendorp, R. O'Brien— William Treimer, D F. A. Albright, R Osreola— W. J. Johannes, D C. L.Fletcher, R George O. Lister, R PageErnest W. Berry, D Stewart Elank, D S. A. Gillilian, D Melvin Rope, D Forresi H. Davidson, R . . Earl C. Fishbaugh, Jr., R JesTrulock, R

467 853 699 1,041 659 770 2,546 291 807 659 321 322 84 421 1,319 1,640 594

224

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER, 1935-1930 Primary Vote for State Representatives D—Democrat

District 84

80

77

37

31

60

43

33

Counties and Candidates

Votes

Palo Alto— P. H. Do-.Ion, D George H. Keeney, D. E. V. Mulroney, D . . . A. H. Henningsen, R. D. N. Luse, R C. F. Waldron, R

726 746 394 1,218 506 355

Plymouth— Gustave Alesch, D . . . H. W. Brosamle, R . . . Edwin O. Thorson, R.

1,543 618 2,233

Pocahontas— J. H. Collins, D Marion Bruce, R Jens Thompson, R

District 81

Pottawattamie— Henry Jensen, D Charles F. Putnam, D . J. J. Redden, D Roy C. Schmid, D William Thies, D Harold V. Alberti, R . . . Frank D. Capel, R R. T. Hansen, R J. A. Schuttlofel, R . . . .

1,071 1,761 1,073 793 1,253 2,728 2,411 1,469 1,378

Poweshiek— J. W. Frizzell, D . William Bolen, R. Harole Bryan, R.

753 1,400 1,388

Ringgold— John C. Irving, D . . . Grant A. Shifflett, R.

545 2,098

SacJohn H. Selby, D . D. Art Ray, D . . . C. R. Lundell, R., C. OrvilleLee

374 219 1,284 1,281

ScottPaul Freebum, D George J. Sternsdorff, D. Louis H. Wiese, D John T. Hanson, R Howard L. Littig, R Harold Metcalf, R H. B. Moorhead, R Hasper Morgan, R

583 476 675 2,227 1,799 2,178

Shelby— E. A. Moore, D E. O. Armstrong, R.

2,027 940

Counties and Candidates Sioux—

165 512 2,839

52

Story— Mike McLaughlin, D . Anna K. Shane, D T. L. Handsaker. R... C. E. Lookingbill, R . .

639 608 1,662 2,407

50

Tama— Edward E. Wieben, D . H. H. Dee, R E. J. Dinsdale. R

1,442 1,194 954

Taylor— *H. M.Buchanan, D . . James E. Duncan, R.. E. C. Heaton, R Leonard L. Moore, R. V. R. Smith, R

598 135 1,384 432

1,054

14

Union— J. Earl Kunath, D . L. C. Boarers, R . . . V. L. Erickson, R . . W. C. Tramp, R . .

900 1,394 752 1,081

Van Buren— C. L. Beswick, D . . Stanley Watts, D . W. L. Gaston, R. . Loren I. Peel, R ..

274 571 997 1,326

18

Wapello— Charles C. Ayers, D . .. Edmond J. Bradley, D . W. C.Harris, D Albert Bluhm, R

862 427 410 2,503

27

Warren— Elbert Wood, D. W. H. Boyd, R.. Victor Felter, R.

501 1,431 1,638

23

Washington— ** E. L. Edmondson, R. E. L. Stewart, R Wayne— Alva Huraeston, D . J. C. Moore, Jr., R.

1,520 2,285 834 1,323

62

WebsterJohn H.Mitchell. D . . . . Jonathan P. Dolliver, R. A. J. Moe, R

2,337 1,940 1,351

95

Winnebago F. J. Colby, D N. K. Anderson, R. J.A.Howes, R Ole Kringlook, R...

366 1,161 552 1,554

2,476

1,577

Votes

W. J. Bruins, D Frank T. McGill, D . P. E. VerMeer, R . . .

710

1,378 1,659 1,176 11,120 11,197

•Nominated by County Convention **No Democratic Nomination

R—Republican

972

Polk— J. T. Chantry, D J. Lon Pollock, D . . .. Mrs. J. Tone, D Hedo M. Zacherle, D . Paul Cunningham, R. E. A. Elliott, R

(Continued)

PRIMARY ELECTION, JUNE 4, 1934 Primary Vote for State Representatives D—Democrat

District 91

58

Counties and Candidates

Votes

Winneshiek— Joe Flynn, D T. A. Scheidemantel, D 0 . A. Jacobson, R C. M. Langland, R H. 0 . Talle, R

1,087 919 1,053 1,024 1,526

Woodbury— Don W. Burrington, D Clinton D. Finch, D James W. McConn, D John W. Moore, D W. C. Coon, R L. B. Forsling, R B. B. Leonard, R George M. Paradies, R Mrs. R. A. Quinn, R

2,464 2,122 1,676 2,333 1,834 4,879 1,611 4,858 2,019

225

(Continued)

R—Republican

District

Counties and Candidates F. A. Rogers, R Myron R. Runions, R Chas. F. Schrunk, R

94

75

Votes 2,281 1,244 1,854

Worth— E. G. Arneson, D Lewis Blattspieler, D C. H. Dietrick, D Albert J. Enabnit, R Lewis Horveri, R John S. Veenker, R

213 389 96 471 743 697

Wright— R. E. Lee Aldrich, D R. D. Blue, R Fred H. Peterson, R C. I. Rowen, R

652 2,285 1,016 1,140

EXPLANATION OF ELECTION STATISTICS Election statistics in this book are ore in detail than are the official returns to the Secretary of State. The official returns do not include the vote byprecincts. The vote by precincts is furnished for this book by the County Auditors direct to the Superintendent of Printing. These precinct returns appear as submitted by the County Auditors, and all compilations of state and county returns in this volume are based thereon. This produces harmony within this volume, but there may be differences between the total of the vote shown in this volume and the vote recorded in the office of the Secretary of State for the reason that there may be occasional errors in making these two separate and different reports.

226

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTEK, 1935-1936

GENERAL ELECTION Semi-Official Vote Oast by Precincts in Iowa With

CEDAR

Cass Center . Dayton Fairneld Durant—Farmington Sunbury—Farmington Mechanicsville—Fremont.... Stan wood—Fremont. ... Gower Inland . . . . . Iowa Linn Massillon Pioneer Red Oak Rochester Centerdale—Springdale West Branch—Springdale Springfield .. .... Sugar Creek Tipton—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward

Total

125 213 274 101 262 81 51 176 140 168 100 64 156 255 67 111 108

40 98 177 42 112 13 40 129 83 116

116 204 255 100 261

76

119 335

31 67 154 44 46 143

323 90

49 158 119 151 89 61 136 245 65 105 101

100 203 194 236

50 181 159 166

89 189 171 222

70

114 317

38 98 196 49 112 !8 42 140 79 115 77 32 74 157 44 47 138

114 208 235 99 254

77

46 148 119 136 93 59 126 230 60 102 104

109 195 230 99 253 81 44 140 110 135 87 53 127 219 52 102 89

39 109 214 44 113 17 47 153 87 128 S3 38 87 177 57 48 148

113 188 200 95 251 76 42 130 108 138 91 49 119 211 47 103 92

123 291

315 115

107 290

321 95

105 273

57 • 95 187 185 168 173 229 161

55 189 178 162

90 174 159 211

56 192 181 168

84 176 158 213

318 85

Attorney General Naglestad Rep.

Hanson Rep.

Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep. 42 110 221 52 123 16 47 155 87 137 79 33 89 170 56 51 138

WilUams Rep.

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State

Wegman Dem.

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Kraschel Dem.

Lieutenant Governor

Governor

O'Connor Dem.

F I R S T DISTRICT

41 116 244 51 115 17 51 168 92 122 78 42 90 190 63 48 145

113 197 222 98 255 74 44 141 116 151 84 54 133 222 53 102 97

59 192 191 167

109 297

322 94

86 185 159 208

58 183 183 172

324 116

38 105 214 46 110 16 49 155 82 115 85 36 81 174 56 49 138

3,639 2,374 3,393 2,435 3,303 2,620 3,156 2,602 3,062 2,722 3,200 2,559

D E S MOESTES Burlington—1 wd., 1 pet. 1st ward 2d precinct 2d ward 1st precinct 2d ward, 2d precinct 3d ward, 1st precinct 3d ward, 2d precinct 4th ward, 1st precinct 4th ward, 2d precinct.. 5th ward 1st precinct 5th ward, 2d precinct 6th ward, 1st precinct 6th ward, 2d precinct 7th ward, 1st precinct.. .. 7th ward, 2d precinct Augusta Benton Concordia Danville Flint River Franklin Huron Jackson . Pleasant Grove Tama Union Washington Yellow Spring Totals

395 413 456 449 254 317 268 359 387 288 353 323 558 538 107 105 80 214 528 163 125 37 149 108 187 164 249

158 135 397 139 136 118 118 248 166 225 195 231 3101 290 19 23 23 163 172 31 39 10 38 25 109 43 254

7,574 3,815

341 407 411 433 218 313 264 338 366 274 342 325 523 509 102 111 63 204 511 151 116 35 132 99 182 160 216

159 142 418 133 146 112 108 249 174 219 190 224 306 306 23 37 28 182 173 56 48 9

48 37 112 46 283

349 392 425 441

164 148 409 141

353 413 406 439

151 144 422 137

345 401 386 426

159 147 434 139

219 328

122 103

220 317

143 112

336 403 380 434

162 138 440 135

225 325

142 103

269 336 368 268

145 110

103 254 158 241

238 322

271 334 381 270

100 252 145 224

270 332 367 263

101 254 156 226

272 325 366 262

99 251 152 227

334 321 526

198 226 319

503 98 113 66

314 27 3S 30

352 336 547

176 207 299

347 333 513

191 209 312

346 308 518

183 222 308

233

171

179

217

514 157 121 35 137 106

193 165 232

187 61 53 9 53 38

117 52 273

526 102 110 71 217

502 159 112 34 142 100

188 165 223

282 22 40 25 178 61 49 10 43 40

110 45 284

502 102 109 65 511 153 107 35 136 97

177 143 219

300 28 41 27

499 97 111 64

182

216

182 66 53 10 50 40

118 53 283

511 150 109 34 137 96

181 161 220

303 28 39 27 180

178 64 49 10 47 40 109 44 279

7,146 3,968 7,252 4,039 7,313 3,850 7,093 4,016 7,086 3,959

227

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934

NOVEMBER 6, 1934 the Counties Arranged by Congressional Districts.

COUNTY

102 195 200 101 249 76 44 131 101 134 76 50 117 212 49 96 87 95 268 86 161 145 195

38 113 212 46 114 17 42 160 84 114 81 39 83 168 59 47 140 315 87 60 192 191 176

40 107 213 44 119 16 43 154 82 124 80 34 83 170 61 47 140 320 89 59 191 185 172

40 106 213 45 117 17 45 156 83 116 83 34 81 166 56 48 137 319 86 54 194 185 169

u

W

icklin Rep.

icher Dem.

CO

38 98 202 40 117 17 48 144 73 115 70 31 84 167 53 47 132 305 80 59 174 169 154

108 206 219 114 255 87 48 156 125 150 93 51 125 225 58 105 98 113 298 93 189 164 209

40 114 223 47 127 23 46 144 80 132 78 38 92 167 58 46 136 311 113 68 188 180 175

3,185 2,575 2,974 2,949 2,636 2,599 3,090 2,970 2,970 2,578 2,573 2,550 2,650 2,417

3,289

2,626

153 126 408 126 133 100 98 252 145 211 167 194 266 326 28 43 29 188 180 60 45 10 44 37 100 62 273

327 408 373 438 214 304 266 328 366 263 342 324 498 507 99 112 74 231 493 157 114 39 140 93 197 160 217

191 168 473 162 163 124 109 289 168 257 203 248 382 326 30 44 30 187 245 76 58 8 56 47 123 79 299

6,964 4,025 6,751 6,672 4,268 4,148 6,728 6,637 6,621 4,158 4,151 4,122 6,052 3,804

7,084

4,545

109 200 231 97 252 75 45 152 116 133 87 54 130 227 55 104 93 105 289 86 178 155 212

41 106 213 47 117 17 46 148 82 125 83 37 87 171 54 46 142 324 90 58 188 186 167

105 179 207 101 246 73 43 137 97 126 79 52 117 211 48 99 84 100 269 82 173 147 199

104 179 205 101 242 72 44 131 99 127 76 51 122 211 49 99 82 97 268 81 166 145 198

41 107 211 46 116 17 50 162 95 123 88 40 87 179 61 49 140 322 93 57 191 188 173

43 111 213 46 116 16 48 159 88 120 84 36 84 177 59 50 136 318 91 57 192 184 171

110 191 209 103 256 78 51 138 106 147 79 52 127 220 55 99 93 102 287 77 168 143 199

103 197 201 104 248 75 46 129 98 130 77 55 114 212 50 98 86 94 264 84 163 144 198

M

2S

Iaussen Rep.

w

evens Rep.

ichards Dem.

irsons Dem.

amilton Dem.

'oodruff Rep.

artin Rep.

uffman Dem.

H

indig Rep.

2

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court

Railroad Commissioner Dunlap Dem.

elson Rep.

urray Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

93 159 173 85 230 65 42 121 96 110 69 44 109 195 37 90 76 91 238 79 144 132 180

COUNTY 343 402 384 435 212 309 267 314 362 251 340 314 493 512 96 107 66 208 498 143 111 33 131 95 176 150 212

156 135 430 135 143 110 102 269 153 234 189 215 321 301 25 41 27 193 190 65 48 11 50 39 114 51 278

348 387 358 421 211 295 260 300 347 237 330 293 467 466 94 110 60 200 485 143 103 34 127 95 172 155 253

335 381 361 416 218 296 255 304 350 244 326 290 471 464 93 110 61 197 436 144 103 32 127 90 161 154 253

159 149 450 139 154 122 110 281 168 247 201 233 346 329 28 40 34 189 198 68 52 10 51 40 120 51 299

152 140 445 142 145 116 107 272 160 243 192 230 332 309 25 40 34 188 187 69 54 12 50 42 117 47 298

332 380 366 421 219 289 258 305 353 235 332 300 475 496 94 110 60 204 479 147 100 34 124 89 167 155 204

324 385 356 422 211 282 248 293 351 230 325 293 467 484 93 110 61 198 484 148 96 34 123 94 169 155 201

327 380 357 416 214 280 246 289 348 229 327 289 479 480 95 110 61 198 484 150 101 34 123 92 164 148 200

173 144 448 139 137 114 108 269 159 254 191 214 314 296 28 41 31 199 198 66 54 9 51 45 118 62 296

172 146 449 131 144 109 106 278 160 244 193 217 315 294 28 44 30 197 195 68 56 9 49 43 116 64 294

171 147 454 131 141 108 106 281 153 238 193 218 316 267 28 45 31 206 198 66 56 9 47 44 108 69 291

300 354 323 385 176 259 233 255 313 207 308 267 419 427 85 111 52 181 466 126 95 32 113 87 159 137 182

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER, 1935-1936 HENEY

Baltimore Canaan Center Hillsboro Jackson . ... Jefferson Marion Mt. Pleasant—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward . . . . New London Rome Salem Scott Tippecanoe Trenton Wayne

Total

156 191 222 65 140

52 96 108 121 82

165 88

296 117

329 213 207 212 515 104 112 255 91 163 160

331 307 176 206 303 29 232 298 79 82 210

286 186 170 192 473 101 89 240 80 124 127

321 122

135 181 201 59 122

58 96 106 117 82

140 186 210 57 122

337 124

155 85

291 113

315 291 157 194 308 24 244 298 75 79 199

307 218 215 210 405 106 102 303 91 151 203

306 282 144 190 294 25 239 246 S3 76 152

301 202 180 203 478 99 94 247 84 121 126

Williams Rep.

Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

158 86

143 201 210 66 127

56 96 115 120 87

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Kraschel Dem.

Lieutenant Governor

Governor

Attorney General Naglestad Rep.

FIRST DISTRICT

O'Connor Dem.

228

143 176 204 53 121

133 178 206 52 121

165 89

287 101

53 98 102 122 81

167 96

291 111

75 158 85

296 280 150 179 296 24 236 286 80 86 209

271 192 171 185 473 94 88 239 79 113 118

314 281 155 188 303 27 241 289 82 92 206

276 181 172 191 478 93 92 241 84 117 120

297 284 149 188 291 26 234 287 80 84 200

53 90 100 120 78

49 92 101 119

3,578 2,965 3,179 2,902 3,519 2,736 3,254 2,817 3,101 2,897 3,144 2.79fr

IOWA Dayton . English No. 1 English No. 2 Fillmore Greene Hartford No. 1 Hartford No. 2 Hilton.. Honey Creek Iowa Lenox Lincoln Marengo— 1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Marengo Township Pilot Sumner . . . Troy No 1 Troy No. 2 Washington York Total

105 139 268 384 176 73 261 160

148 139 237 82 181 250 141

109 138 329 91 58 163 219 115

84 50 70 94

173 155 158

104 119

95 121

108 125

88 118

93 109

100 118

102 110

91 121

94 102

96 136

243 353 153 62 246 142

326 89 49 155 196 111

251 352 171 65 255 146

326 85 40 155 194 111

223 337 142 61 228 126

333 93 49 161 206 112

225 339 140 57 235 130

331 97 52 162 200 115

230 349 151 61 243 115

322 87 46 150 192 129 75

126 124 200 75 166 226 129

80 41 76 92

162 156 148

133 115 191 78

174 225 130

74 44 52 93

153 164 150

123 104 180 73

156 213 120

75 42 45 93

119 116 177 75

149 122 123 173 333

85 92 88 115 348

147 125 127 176 338

86 96 89 108 341

137 110 120 154 317

87 92 84 116 341

161 168

46 34

130 141

41 26

136 136

39 32

123 113

43 28

45 46 98

137 111 124 154 311

89 98 83 122 364

168 234 123

138 114 122 158 311

89 94 83 119 352

127 121

46 24

125 116

46 32

158 213 127

90 100 86 121 363

125 113 206 67

163 167 143

163 167 146

166 143 131 190 360

76 42 50 92

159 155 150

4,063 2,846 3,639 2,692 3,704 2,638 3,362 2,694 3,408 2,728 3,465 2,701

JEFFERSON Black Hawk Buchanan Cedar Des Moines Center Fairfield—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Liberty Lockridge Lockridge Township Locust Grove—Batavia... Locust Grove—Brookville. Penn Polk—Abingdon Polk—Pack wood Round Prairie Walnut lotal

76 175 139 125 183 161 342 444 269 131 40 107 173 36 213 63 99 94 131

120 94 68 75 145 219 291 566 377 184 43 61 118 23 141 68 123 62 38

72 155 132 117 154 139 302 408 255 115 41 106 167 28 186 59 96 73 125

1191 98 65 79 147 212 283 544 356 190 44 78 130 23 140 74 118 66 33

89 171 146 130 171 181 352 458 283 118 43 119 177 33 204 57 104 85 140

108 93 61 70 132 174 246 525 335 187 45 77 126 24 131 79 111 75 24

71 148 130 119 142 136 297 391 256 112 38 106 175 29 177 55 97 76 120

118 97 67 75 141 196 263 551 344 185 46 82 124 23 142 77 112 76 30

76 148 134 116 142 138 309 389 256 115 36 106 180 28 180 53 98 74 124

116 96 64 78 141 205 256 555 342 185 46 79 125 21 139 77 112 74 32

77 145 133 124 142 138 310 383 241 115 33 106 185 30 181 54 104 73 124

3,001 2,816 2,730 2,799 3,061 2,623 2,675 2,749 2,702 2,743 2,698 2,696

229

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icklin Rep.

§* & 121

icher Dem.

M

evens Rep.

W

[aussen Rep.

W

a
Lndig Rep.

ichards Dem.

irsons Dem.

3

amilton Dem.

artin Rep.

HI

bodruff Rep.

uffman Dem.

Q

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court

Railroad Commissioner unlap Dem.

3A

elson Rep.

[ Secretary of Agriculture

U

pa

W

49 93 93 114 69 142 80 285 257 137 163 285 22 225 264 78 76 186

161 209 212 63 136 337 138 317 243 209 220 503 102 95 259 98 165 202

63 107 110 117 83 156 83 301 262 152 188 326 28 253 306 82 69 164

3,128 2,857 1 2,835 2,823 2,916 2,893 2,879 2,775 2,748 2,874 2,866 2,845 2,538 2,618

3,669

2,850

91 116 316 86 43 161 202 118 74 44 39 97 163 167 142 86 89 85 129 347 40 27

95 116 246 309 152 63 234 133 122 122 241 72 141 216 128 134 112 116 161 310 152 131

96 109 307 89 45 162 200 112 73 41 30 92 178 165 144 88 89 83 118 347 37 23

3,425 2,668 3,181 3,097 2,698 2,673 3,061 2,988 2,977 2,851 2,685 2,687 3,050 2,662

3,506

2,628

77

133 183 205 60 118 310 114 276 182 164 184 441 96 91 241 85 128 117

52 98 102 119 83 160 87 308 282 151 190 319 22 234 287 80 80 203

130 157 183 49 108 275 93 250 168 155 173 447 88

77

210 69 98 105

128 158 179 50 112 275 92 246 167 149 175 443 86 75 214 72 97 105

53 106 111 125 80 168 96 310 293 152 193 304 26 235 296 83 84 201

52 103 112 124 76 157 94 316 283 155 195 300 27 233 292 82 85 207

126 159 187 51 110 291 93 257 163 161 169 449 83 76 220 74 109 101

134 157 185 54 110 273 86 239 153 152 165 444 80 73 207 67 104 92

126 156 181 50 105 276 85 242 152 146 164 446 79 70 203 69 102 96

55 100 98 128 77 154 97 299 286 156 192 300 25 235 290 81 90 211

53 97 97 125 75 147 98 311 287 147 186 301 25 241 289 79 90 218

56 98 96 122 76 147 100 308 283 152 188 296 24 241 288 76 88 206

138 166 46 102 253 79 211 144 135 147 405 75 67 199 58 96 96

COUNTY 98 111 243 351 148 64 240 122 117 103 182 73 158 216 125 134 110 126 160 308 118 117

93 117 317 86 48 155 194 120 79 41 44 92 163 161 144 90 97 86 118 350 45 28

94 100 215 334 131 53 245 119 116 92 170 69 147 210 112 135 100 114 135 278 107 105

90 100 211 328 130 53 216 115 108 96 171 72 135 209 112 129 97 110 135 273 104 103

91 120 328 88 53 154 193 116 67 48 41 95 163 163 148 90 96 82 129 356 45 32

92 88 117 102 324 • 234 85 326 47 131 152 52 198 214 111 107 72 104 39 88 43 170 90 62 167 142 161 198 152 111 86 128 92 98 87 106 124 126 358 261 46 109 30 104

89 94 223 320 121 52 212 105 103 81 157 61 140 200 112 124 91 105 130 261 108 99

85 96 219 322 122 54 213 110 105 78 155 63 134 200 108 127 91 106 130 257 102 100

99 123 319 91 48 166 209 132 80 55 46 97 165 170 158 95 98 88 143 382 48 39

93 114 316 88 47 160 201 114 74 43 41 93 167 165 145 90 92 91 132 353 37 29

95 115 317 86 46 158 201 114 74 42 40 94 164 166 148 89 90 90 131 352 44 31

86 101 212 339 121 52 214 106 114 78 166 64 141 197 118 130 98 104 134 260 112 103

COUNTY 80 153 131 126 143 139 300 379 247 117 37 108 177 29 187 53 99 71 125

118 98 63 69 147 205 270 526 352 191 48 85 122 24 133 79 112 73 32

66 139 123 115 132 119 277 364 247 113 33 102 166 27 173 51 94 71 117

65 139 123 111 129 116 273 362 238 117 32 104 164 27 172 54 122 68 114

124 94 70 76 145 204 276 566 346 189 45 82 125 22 135 79 115 74 30

124 97 67 76 141 204 272 558 345 189 47 78 125 23 136 76 112 71 30

70 144 125 112 124 118 274 375 248 112 32 107 167 28 179 55 96 72 121

65 133 121 104 125 115 260 355 232 114 30 105 168 27 171 55 88 71 109

65 136 118 108 120 112 257 347 228 108 30 107 167 27 169 56 91 73 113

116 95 66

117 95 66 82 139 192 269 537 330 185 45 81 137 23 132 74 112 71 29

117 95 68 77 148 195 270 533 335 186 47 80 135 23 133 75 109

109 82 60 72 122 178 242 398 291 169 43 74 124 20 125 73 103 71 27

167 126 109 143 145 358 400 268 118 42 119 158 35 205 63 99 83 130

113 93 72 85 155 213 251 562 336 182 50 85 157 22 125 74 114 74 28

2,701 2,747 2,529 2,530 2,797 2,771 2,559 2,448 2,432 2,726 2,716 2,729 2,123 2,383

2,845

2,791

77 144 194 276 541 337 190 45 81 133 21 129 76 108 72 25

77

26

57 115 111 94 110 91 216 295 193 104 27 85 153 22 158 53 81 56 102

IOWA OFFICIAL KEGISTEK, 1935-1936 JOHNSON

Big Grove Cedar.. Clear Creek—Tiffin Clear Creek—Oakdale East Lucas Fremont Graham Hardin Jefferson . . . Liberty Lincoln Madison Monroe Newport Oxford Penn Pleasant Valley Scott Sharon Union Washington West Lucas Iowa City—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward 5th ward Total

336 191 141 40 139 280 148 207 194 181 68 134 165 149 450 160 82 147 106 179 41 241 645 707 533 827 738

46 10 102 21 90 162 62 51 13 55 39 42 11 31 157 124 47 87 102 110 61 230 366 432 206 576 608

326 185 127 37 137 269 143 197 191 192 65 129 166 148 427 147 74 142 93 167 35 223 608 647 522 786 681

48 12 103 23 81 155 62 53 14 52 41 47 7 30 167 125 47 88 99 103 62 224 362 474 192 574 615

323 183 142 39 157 287 145 207 194 198 73 134 158 145 432 151 83 151 124 192 51 242 612 664 536 819 715

7,229 3,841 6,864 3,860 7,157

51 14 99 25 74 139 64 50 17 50 36 47 17 38 168 132 44 81 85 93 51 227 372 489 194 565 528

321 178 123 38 144 257 142 195 188 197 63 122 164 147 416 140 75 138 96 168 37 217 594 599 521 762 668

48 13 103 22 76 163 60 51 19 45 43 47 9 29 176' 124 45 88 95' 105! 59 230 362 504 187 589 595

315 175 127 33 140 258 142 197 179 195 65 125 169 143 422 132 69 137 86 175 38 202 609 608 528 786 672

56 16 103 30 81 164 62 50 24 50 42 50 9 34 172 140 49 91 110 105 61 249 356 515 184 586 619

Attorney General Naglestad Rep.

Treasurer of State Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Auditor of State Storms Dem.

Green wait Rep.

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor Kraschel Dem.

Turner Rep.

PRECINCTS

Herring Dem.

Governor

O'Connor Dem.

FIRST DISTRICT

Williams Rep.

230

316 181 141 40 149 302 143 199 187 199 71 121 167 148 425 135 79 138 90 179 37 248 645 635 535 819 785

3,750 6,710 3,887i 6,727 4,008! 7,1H

59 18 100 23 80 143 59 47 19 51 38 55 8 32 172 146 44 93 107 107 60 223 353 500 191 576 553 3,857

LEE Cedar Charleston Denmark Des Moines Donnellson Franklin Green Bay Harrison Jackson Jefferson Marion Montrose Pleasant Ridge . . . Van Buren Washington West Point Keokuk—1st ward. ... 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward 5th ward 6th ward 7th ward Ft. Madison—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward 5th ward Total

143 157 112 119 193 102 149 89 237 151 252 284 159 111 247 407 444 665 394 280 327 429 361 486 560 564 667 542

93 95, 92 162 170, 34 58 49 204 37 26 327 32 133 97 80 508 307 707 234 725 366 458 328 441 265 300 450'

141 137 90 102 172 87 139 88 211 122 229 250 146 105 231 381 396 614 347 262 388 405 344 445 520 546 628 511

97 90 91 168 173 42 63 61 206 42 26 327 33 131 90 68 498 284 673 216 707 350 433 316 424 228 285 318

153 142 98 101 201 87 134 90 211 136 239 252 142 110 227 358 374 700 340 264 387 401 344 439 526 514 605 509

91 91 94 169 159 44 64 68 213 40 26 330, 35' 135, 98 94 521 298 688 225 706 354 429 333\ 431 280 321 351

159 154 128 106 219 96 154 114 223 157 236 253 146 115 262 397 394 639 351 271 396 418 355 559 691 666 768 623

89 79 72 161 138 36 47i 46 209 34 25 322i 31 123 67 70 497 285' 680; 215 694! 342' 417 255; 295 1581 1961 285

131 129 84 93 179 91 128 88 206 119 235 238 142 103 220 370 369 691 314 273 368 395 336 444 539 546 633 514

109. 93 92j 172 155, 37 64 65 214 41 25, 334 39 133 99 81 514 280 673 212 715 343 430, 319, 415 229, 268 328

135 131 92 96 186 93 128 88 210 122 221 239 139 106 224 348 375 661 334 262 384 385 340 467 541 554 637 519

8,631 6,778] 8,037 6,440 8,084 6,688 9,050 5,868| 7,978 6,479 8,053 6,516

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Railroad Commissioner .milton Dem.

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Secretary of Agriculture

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49 13 98 20 70 155 58 46 16 44 41 44 9 31 175 126 45 85 93 96 55 210 343 503 171 551 572

317 176 132 36 138 257 144 202 185 194 60 130 162 151 402 140 74 142 99 164 44 220 599 598 525 758 659

52 14 100 25 85 182 64 46 17 55 49 45 8 29 187 134 47 86 95 113 55 228 369 527 199 595 644

6,761 3,827 6,01/ 6,184 4,714 4,032 6.281 6,200 6,141 4,213 3,947 3,962 5.695 3,719

6,708

4.050

139 130 85 111 198 76 123 88 211 116 243 246 143 118 219 374 388 680 330 246 389 391 344 419 522 549 598 474

111 107 98 158 193 56 78 215 64 32 342 43 120 110 98 523 353 707 242 724 368 450 361 451 278 339 385

7,963 6,398; 7,713 7,648 6,624 6,605! 8,010 7,665 7,620 6,428 6,373 6,471 7,121 6,194, 7,950

7,083

315 179 127 38 147 258 143 201 100 194 69 128 167 148 416 147 74 136 96 177 45 211 596 597 526 759 677

49 16 102 22 67 158 60 48 15 47 39 41 9 29 176 126 45 87 97 98 55 232 365 496 178 587 583

308 175 122 34 128 247 139 183 187 183 60 115 165 146 398 133 64 126 78 166 37 177 527 476 477 627 539

309 172 119 36 130 242 140 187 188 189 60 115 165 145 411 131 67 128 84 165 39 176 533 499 507 671 576

50 15 105 26 95 169 63 57 17 53 46 54 9 29 195 141 55 100 115 107 58 284 459 671 239 734 768

51 15 99 26 80 161 57 51 15 43 44

47

9 31 172 128 45 88 104 98 57 248 326 545 187 626 629

304 171 116 35 130 241 140 192 183 186 58 121 164 144 404 134 67 128 78 155 37 185 556 532 514 685 621

300 174 120 35 132 238 138 192 185 190 61 119 164 147 404 124 65 128 78 158 35 184 546 507 514 699 563

293 168 119 36 129 239 138 186 186 187 59 121 163 148 404 127 62 123 81 156 33 182 529 510 501 666 595

50 13 105 26 80 174 62 49 21 54 44 45 11 35 186 128 49 94 112 110 60 249 391 577 187 637 664

51 13 100 21 75 168 57 51 16 44 41 42 9 29 176 123 50 86 107 102 56 223 359 558 172 600 618

51 13 100 23 77 167 58 47 17 46 41 41 10 29 174 126 49 89 107 103 56 235 357 549 172 601 624

280 159 115 35 123 232 130 188 1R0 173 56 111 161 133 396 109 58 108 61 146 32 157 489 452 471 610 530

COUNTY 135 132 93 96 178 84 128 86 211 116 220 236 135 104 221 379 372 695 325 265 368 399 342 444 521 538 629 511

98 89 91 165 150 41 64 60 204 41 26 328 40 131 99 64 501 276 687 215 714 338 423 307 414 223 284 325(

133 132 82 95 167 78 116 77 210 111 213 239 130 99 210 356 369 695 324 259 362 405 334 425 483 522 604 483

125 122 80 95 166 79 113

77 202 114 213 233 129 98 204 356 361 687 321 261 364 398 333 423 485 504 602 503

99 90 95 165 164 42 72 71 206 42 28 328 39 133 99

74

5i5 286 690 225 718 336 428 322 447 244 308 358

99 92 92 164 161 38 70 66 207 40 23 330 38 133 98 72 509 271 692 218

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335 427 327 4341 336 280'

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133 127 92 96 173 87 118 86 210 111 227 242 140 105 224 363 377 714 327 269 382 408 339 439 501 574 629 517

127 128 82 95 166 79 115 86 206 112 218 235 132 102 214 354 362 680 315 267 366 403 331 420 490 521 603 456

122 126 84 94 165

77

114 85 206 114 215 232 132 100 214 354 360 668 320 267 363 395 329 409 474 514 598 489

101 97 90 161 158 36 65 66 209 39 21 337 37 125 93 68 500 272 685 216 701 334 421 318 438 231 284 325

101 88 88 164 161 37 62 63 207 39 21 321 34 125 97 69 498 262 686 218 721 331 419 310 428 223 282 318

101 87 87 165 158 42 67 64 208 41 20 332 34 131 98 69 507 268 685 215 712 334 424 311 428 230 284 369

114 108 78 87 146 60 104 68 195 102 209 227 125 99 187 325 337 660 281 245 353 384 310 395 432 476 555 459

90 83 84 164 155 42 65 61 207 37 17 323 34 125 88 67 480 266 689 2141 694 320; 411 279 402 211 2741 312,

77

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232

LOUISA

Columbus City Columbus Junction Concord Cotter Elliott Elm Grove Grandview Hopewell Jefferson Letts Marshall Morning Sun Oakland Port Louisa Union Wapello City . . . Wapello Township

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Total

2*6 252 154 57 248 74 140 35 99 91 84 267 72 62 62 343 207

185 201 91 71 140 117 130 13 70 108 47 222 19 70 39 424 146

196 231 121 44 233 62 125 33 90 90 75 234 73 47 54 293 179

2,493 2,093 2,180

156 182 87 75 139 119 117 14 60 96 44 226 !7 57 36 363 128

248 272 145 70 231 93 136 31 94 102 102 258 71 63 69 308 209

1,916 2,502

122 159 78 55 143 95 116 16 58 90 39 207 21 47 27 380 107

193 224 130 50 228 59 124 32 87 82 76 248 65 54 51 307 187

1,760 2,197

198 225 124 49 221 62 122 32 85 85 74 234 73 48 50 281 170

1,831 2,133

130 179 79 72 142 121 117 15 58 98 42 224 17 56 30 360 127

Attorney General Naglestad Rep.

Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep. 129 179 78 68 142 124 118 15 58 102 40 213 23 56 31 342 113

Williams Rep.

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor Kraschel Dem.

PRECINCTS

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

Governor

O'Connor Dem,

FIRST DISTRICT

192 255 137 53 225 59 125 32 87 79 72 230 73 51 61 292 181

131 166 76 68 138 124 117 15 56 100 44 221 16 52 26 345 109

1,867 2,204 1,804

MUSCATHNTE Bloomington Cedar Fruitland Fulton—1st precinct Fulton—2d precinct . . . . Goshen . . . . Lake Montpelier Moscow Muscatine^-lst ward 2d ward 3d ward, 1st precinct 3d ward, 2d precinct 4th ward Orono Pike Seventy-Six Sweetland—1st precinct 2d precinct Wapsinonoc Wilton Total

169 58 91 78 84 142 82 89 92 702 582 567 399 513 111 218 137 104 36 433 364

109 55 88 10 27 107 51 45 69 617 713 502 427 282 62 107 91 82 41 626 281

150 48 85 73 75 137 75 75 88 642 533 518 364 483 98 213 129 81 32 414 349

114 52 91 9 32 111 51 48 71 624 702 488 408 267 59 107 89 91 42 630 283

152 53 89 72 78 139 71 77 86 625 534 506 362 480 101 221 132 86 36 422 357

112 48 88 11 33 107 54 50 70 645 714 509 424 283 58 99 88 91 40 622 279

159 48 85 70 69 137 71 65 85 619 515 503 355 469 92 212 126 80 33 402 341

103 47 88 7 36 111 51 55 71 628 699 500 420 282 61 105 89 91 41 640 289

146 49 91 71 72 140 74 66 82 626 521 505 359 475 91 213 131 80 32 409 347

112 47 86 9 35 107 51 56 73 625 708 499 417 282 67 106 87 94 42 635 284

150 46 89 74 75 135 76 66 84 646 549 523 365 473 93 213 131 80 33 414 348

112 48 86 7 32 112 48 53 71 617 686 487 419 283 62 105 86 91 41 632 282

5,051 4,392 4,662 4,369 4,679 4,425 4,536 4,414 4,580 4,422 4,663 4,360

VAN BUKElSr Farmington Bonaparte.. Harrisburg. Cedar Stockport.. Fremont... Winchester. Washington Henry Vernon.... Des Moines Keosauqua. Pittsburg. . Lick Creek. Douds Selma Chequest... Milton Cantril Total..

285 237 107 47 79 109 79 72 66 108 125 228 65 104 163 118 76 278 180

288 185 107 79 130 139 99 51 47 159 100 448 95 118 129 83 115 218 152

258 215 104 49 77 114 82 63 60 100 103 201 63 98 146 110 69 265 162

286 176 109 77 120 134 94 55 46 150 101 442 92 122 135 80 113 208 145

268 233 103 51 89 116 81 73 58 113 114 240 65 105 145 114 77 276 180

282 170 120 80 113 132 98 61 48 147 101 413 90 115 138 77 111 205 137

276 200 101 50 78 112 81 65 56 106 102 218 69 102 141 108 69 261 169

269 195 116 83 119 128 94 60 48 144 99 421 86 113 137 75 114 205 133

255 200 97 49 77 106 77 62 54 97 100 208 61 100 140 107 69 262 164

2801 178 119 80 119 137 95 59 49 148 101 418 88 113 136 80 110 205 142

262 206 96 50 80 112 79 65 57 96 99 209 66 97 140 107 71 259 173

268 177 116 81 117 126 97 59 49 148 98 417 85 114 136 78 95 207 133

2,526 2,742 2,339 2,685 2,501 2,638 2,364 2,639 2,285 2,657 2,324 2,601

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBEE 6, 1934 COUNTY

157 208 114 44 206 47 114 31 81 77 66 213 59 42 51 253 157

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148 120 168 180 78 101 62 33 142 205 111 41 99 104 15 31 53 71 93 70 44 57 196 209 51 42 " " 4 8 28 43 207 311 100 141

223 258 118 60 239 76 167 29 108 106 94 268 67 61 58 322 198

187 192 113 65 146 113 115 20 64 89 52 219 28 64 42 454 167

2,160 1,844 2,015 1,959 1,873 1,883 2,035 1,934 1,920 1,833 1,827 1,808 1,721 1,681

2,452

2,130

119 59 91 13 43 113 50 61 74 628 700 507 419 284 63 104 87 93 43 641 295

135 56 90 75 70 131 72 63 78 638 524 503 352 495 104 215 130 80 32 412 343

132 48 88 8 35 118 50 60 75 640 717 513 427 289 58 105 88 92 40 635 287

4,556 4,415 4,399 4,397 4,454 4,456 4,383 4,339 4,353 4,449 4,444 4,432 4,264 4,487

4,598

4,505

196 226 128 51 227 55 123 32 89 87 78 230 68 51 57 283 179

127 181 76 68 138 121 115 15 56 97 41 228 19 51 31 359 121

175 209 118 41 224 48 118 31 84 83 66 225 66 46 49 260 172

171 208 113 42 216 50 117 31 82 79 61 219 66 49 50 247 158

130 181 81 74 143 125 115 15 60 99 47 231 17 52 33 357 113

127 187 77 71 143 122 114 15 58 96 48 227 17 52 32 371 126

166 213 124 40 216 46 118 31 84 79 68 234 62 49 52 280 173

166 208 118 41 209 43 117 31 81 80 67 202 60 43 48 258 162

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H

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amilton Dem.

W

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Judges Supreme Court uffman Dem.

2

Congressman

Railroad Commissioner unlap Dem.

elson Rep.

urray Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

185 83 71 138 125 111 15 58 98 45 220 19 50 28 338 110

176 82 71 143 123 111 15 58 98 44 225 18 53 28 340 112

131 177 82 66 143 123 110 15 58 97 42 220 16 51 29 333 115

COUNTY 140 45 88 70 71 137 74 67 84 626 522 501 354 471 95 214 129 84 33 408 343

114 52 86 9 38 112 52 53 74 621 700 498 422 282 60 104 87 88 41 637 285

139 41 84 73 71 131 69 64 80 613 492 478 337 464 86 212 126 76 32 393 338

137 43 82 72 69 129 67 64 80 603 496 493 339 457 89 213 126 74 31 397 336

114 52 86 6 37 114 48 54 74 627 708 506 427 280 64 107 86 90 40 643 291

116 48 89 6 39 114 50 57 75 634 710 503 421 284 63 105 86 87 41 638 290

135 41 83 71 68 128 72 60 82 612 484 485 336 455 92 214 125 73 33 396 338

131 41 83 72 69 128 70 62 80 601 471 479 329 456 92 214 124 70 31 399 337

132 45 83 72 69 128 73 63 81 603 471 479 333 459 91 212 122 71 30 394 342

115 49 91 6 38 115 47 58 73 630 707 499 427 284 58 103 88 92 40 638 291

117 48 91 7 40 113 47 56 74 629 709 500 423 283 58 104 88 92 39 636 290

119 51 90 7 39 113 49 55 73 627 703 498 417 281 58 104 89 93 41 638 287

132 39 79 70 63 128 68 59 82 596 463 459 330 450 85 210 125 69 31 391 335

COUNTY 269 209 98 45 78 111 78 66 59 102 95 209 62 99 141 111 71 269 170

271 176 118 87 119 129 96 57 48 140 106 431 94 113 137 76 110 213 138

241 185 93 44 73 104 75 57 49 86 93 188 62 95 132 110 66 246 155

236 178 92 44 72 97 73 60 50 88 92 192 60 91 128 109 66 240 157

275 196 117 82 122 133 95 65 52 152 106 421 86 115 142 74 111 213 138

273 185 120 82 121 129 95 59 50 151 101 408 88 117 133 73 112 214 137

198 195 91 46 70 103 76 65 51 90 91 188 60 94 136 104 67 247 154

178 188 84 43 66 104 70 60 47 90 89 181 59 91 129 105 66 235 154

176 188 85 43 66 99 73 62 44 88 86 173 58 90 130 101 68 234 149

226 181 115 79 123 133 99 57 56 146 100 414 87 116 137 74 112 208 139

218 177 116 79 121 130 98 61 52 142 100 405 87 116 139 69 105 205 135

214 177 115 81 124 133 96 58 52 143 103 410 81 119 141 74 109 207 132

101 170 79 40 64 97 64 52 43 79 81 161 51 79 112 95 64 203 134

151 151 102 71 113 126 94 58 45 128 92 356 77 107 132 67 98 191 121

2,333 2,659 2,154 2,125 2,695 2,648 2,126 2,039 2,013 2,602 2,555 2,569 1,769 2,280

281 234 101 54 83 110 78 76 53 118 101 224 65 104 147 106 69 264 172

294 174 119 76 124 141 95 60 52 148 106 408 90 113 131 82 113 203 137

2,440 2.666

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTER, 1935-1936 WASHINGTON

Brighton Cedar Clay Crawford Dutch Creek Kalona... Richmond Franklin Center West Chester Highland Iowa Jackson

.

Nira Wellman. . Marion . Oregon . Seventv-Six Washington—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Washington Township Total

243 93 100 123 123 121 162 84 53 100 398 158 72

255 110 216 105 206 287 264 205 229

181 94 110 242 87 123 29

75 111 64 103 81 25 261 89 239 87 198 321 475 337 287

206 81 86 110 109 114 152 78 52 96 385 155 63 228 101 200 94 191 252 235 179 194

174 87 107 232 84 120 31 72 108 57 107 72 31 284 86 220 92 180 313 462 328 267

256 102 111 140 146 116 162 112 60 111 402 185 75 250 126 276 117 254 309 335 254 289

161 79 94 219 68 128 26 51 102 56 104 54 24 246 78 178 74 . 152 279 407 284 218

208 79 88 113 100 107 145 79 54 92 371 153 60 225 97 205

92

177 246 233 176 194

163 85 102 224 84 122 30 68 99 58 114 73 29 261 86 218 88 174 301 459 317 254

Treasurer of State

203 77 84 108 109 109 148 74 51 92 375 149 60 218 99 193 87 185 238 237 183 192

4th Ward

Naglestad Rep.

209 81 87 111 108 114 152 80 54 103 395 156 62 238 99 204 91 185 247 247 181 191

159 81 103 224 80 120 28 67 99 58 104 64 28 249 82 216 89 173 302 451 310 249

CLINTON Governor

Bloomfield Brookfield Camanche Center Deep Creek De Witt De Witt—1st ward Dt- Witt—2 d ward Eden Elk River Grant Hampshire Liberty Lincoln Olive Orange Sharon Spring Rock Spring Valley Washington Waterford Welton Clinton—1st wd., 1st pet 1st ward, 2d precinct.. 1st ward, 3d precinct.. 2d ward, 1st precinct. . 2d ward, 2d precinct... 3d ward, 1st precinct.. 3d ward, 2d precinct... 4th ward, 1st precinct. 4th ward, 2d precinct.. 4th ward, 3d precinct..

162 84 104 225 81 122 30 71 106 58 114 73 30 268 86 213 93 173 304 465 318 260

3,707 3,619 3,361 3,514 4,188 3,082l 3,294 3,409 3,271 3,440 3,395 3,336

SECOND DISTRICT

PRECINCTS

Attorney General O'Connor Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Auditor of State Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Kraschel Dem.

Lieutenant Governor

Governor

Williams Rep.

FIRST DISTRICT

Wegman Dem.

234

60

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273 119 245 182 177 235 282 260 126 237 106 134 232 84 250 253 238 277 67 167 326 173 507 408 558 305 312 422 334 484 374 348 379

Lieutenant Governor

Secretary of State

263 120 225 168 165 228 274 244 118 211 101 121 224 76 228 241 227 263 58 162 319 167 483 396 538 306 303 413 317 479 369 328 371

Treasurer of State

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li 258 55 187 87 122 59 190 138 138 152 41 79 89 49 144 78 225 235 64 44 175 94 478 283 459 260 403 197 292 128 144 291 308

Auditor of State

260 62 200 96 126 57 189 141 139 153 46 79 91 52 152 92 234 236 67 46 172 93 468 267 462 259 414 201 301 125 135 293 310

257 130 227 156 155 223 276 255 108 211 99 110 224 80 229 240 231 260 58 160 311 164 454 383 528 295 293 409 317 467 361 317 362

266 57 199 108 135 59 195 136 141 156 49 89 81 57 155 89 236 239 67 45 186 99 502 286 489 264 416 205 301 130 243 345 324

261 114 228 157 172 218 272 248 105 213 96 105 220 73 214 238 227 263 51 163 316 164 466 386 535 297 280 402 311 481 369 325 373

254 69 199 101 126 60 187 140 146 148 51 85 80 60 160 87 235 232 69 43 179 95 383 268 466 264 424 193 300 126 138 283 315

261 119 225 154 160 213 273 244 101 213 98 109 216 74 213 238 224 259 51 163 311 162 462 385 540 299 287 405 311 477 362 331 370

258 67 205 104 131 63 200 143 151 146 49 86 92 55 158 91 231 237 70 43 179 98 485 274 468 261 417 196 307 128 142 187 306

Attorney General

li b 258 108 221 156 156 214 274 246 96 208 99 109 220 70 203 236 220 259 47 164 311 161 458 378 521 287 279 397 302 481 367 30$ 360

262 69 206 102 133 61 191 140 152 149 48 86 88 58 167 87 243 239 69 42 182 95 484 274 476 270 420 101 308 121 137 311 316

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934

235

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Railroad Commissioner

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Secretary of Agriculture

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159 78 95 214 67 123 30 61 99 56 116 58 27 264 75 200 95 154 282 443 297 228

246 113 101 159 134 112 154 94 60 111 374 180 71 239 128 213 106 241 306 347 254 260

160 73 95 200 71 128 32 65 97 58 123 54 25 254 73 227 82 154 289 389 287 237

3,354 3,349 3,036 2,961 3,528 3,480 3,435 3,019 3,003 3,239 3,342 3,326 2,660 3,221

4,003

3,173

205 83 86 113 108 113 151 80 57 98 380 165 61 219 99 206 96 181 242 239 176 196

200 68 79 105 101 99 144 66 50 90 349 148 51 204 91 184 82 165 222 212 158 168

158 85 98 219 83 118 29 67 101 55 106 60 28 266 82 212 87 177 300 452 312 254

197 68 77 102 98 93 142 63 49 92 348 149 53 193 90 171 85 159 217 203 152 165

167 87 105 225 77 127 30 72 105 59 130 71 35 274 88 223 98 183 314 473 325 260

161 88 98 222 72 129 30 71 102 58 124 64 33 267 87 221 98 183 319 473 327 253

216 80 85 114 126 116 153 83 54 93 361 160 64 224 106 189 97 188 258 251 206 211

189

71 78 105 104 92 145 68 47 91 348 142 60 209 95 174 81 164 220 203 161 172

160

193 "1 79 106 100 95 144 67 46 85 347 144 61 203 96 173 81 163 221 194 160 171

78

100 216 67 120 27 59 99 52 121 59 31 260 76 215 86 163 286 439 289 236

164 80 104 217 71 123 29 64 101 56 117 62 32 264 77 213 92 168 293 457 306 252

163 80 101 219 72 122 30 64 103 52 117 61 32 259 76 214 93 169 298 447 303 251

170 65 78 96 85 84 138 55 39 76 334 137 57 178 86 153 63 140 181 160 136 149

COUNTY Railroad Commissioner

Congressman

257 117 224 154 158 219 269 244 95 204 100 106 226 66 217 237 226 261 49 164 314 162 455 373 520 286 272 396 305 472 357 304 356

263 62 206 100 131 59 192 143 155 154 46 87 88 60 160 91 228 233 71 43 182 96 395 279 481 271 428 202 307 124 144 314 322

253 107 216 152 158 102 258 236 95 202 92 105 220 70 206 235 220 252 48 163 308 160 454 367 506 282 267 392 309 470 356 316 365

263 64 200 99 133 57 197 141 152 152 51 89 90 56 163 88 232 239 68 41 178 94 480 272 473 274 423 298 310 125 136 302 310

263 65 198 96 130 56 193 139 152 151 49 91 87 55 163 87 231 237 67 40 180 95 470 277 467 272 422 203 306 126 137 287 296

248 103 207 130 159 211 251 224 85 190 96 99 218 63 197 228 212 250 51 160 298 152 452 354 480 268 252 385 284 459 349 306 341

W 246 104 197 132 156 204 253 225 86 187 95 96 220 60 197 229 213 255 49 159 296 151 422 347 480 263 245 384 279 456 341 298 337

257 73 206 109 125 61 200 143 146 149 49 87 90 58 156 97 236 227 65 45 179 101 462 263 460 264 417 196 297 116 138 300 292

254 74 196 107 130 62 198 145 140 142 52 92 90 55 157 91 236 236 67 46 178 101 466 275 460 271 410 203 292 123 134 291 304

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255 69 197 102 136 59 192 140 142 146 54 87 91 59 152 92 232 232 63 42 181 98 459 260 449 261 415 198 291 116 133 283 300

239 95 172 111 135 197 234 210 64 155 83 85 210 51 183 216 203 243 41 159 288 147 376 308 427 232 218 352 280 433 317 262 298

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:evens Rep.

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251 102 206 136 159 211 260 227 89 193 94 101 218 64 199 226 214 254 53 157 303 151 440 362 490 276 257 382 309 459 349 309 351

vans Rep.

arsons Dem.

W

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amilton Dem.

oodruff Rep.

W 254 114 215 152 156 214 258 238 96 204 95 101 218 67 206 234 221 255 50 162 306 164 458 375 515 283 269 395 297 473 360 304 359

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Secretary of Agriculture

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264 79 232 136 145 70 208 163 167 194 60 107 97 70 176 96 250 254 80 49 198 108 549 323 544 309 470 229 347 149 165 331 345

278 123 244 169 173 225 274 264 107 236 109 131 227 84 227 256 244 274 67 161 330 167 566 423 592 332 337 438 348 487 396 374 409

257 65 198 112 121 58 191 131 153

145 45 80 87 50 160 83 226 237 61 48 171 96 435 261 455 247 382 183 289 118 119 276 289

IOWA OFFICIAL KEGISTEE, 1935-1936

236

CLINTON

487 308

394 213

459 293

396 209

442 285

414 217

451 285

401 204

IQ 451 286

400 217

Attorney General Naglestad Rep.

Treasurer of State Williams Rep.

Hanson Rep.

Auditor of State Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Clinton—Cont. 6th ward, 1st precinct 6th ward, 2d precinct 7th ward, 1st precinct 7th ward, 2d precinct Total

Lieutenant Governor

Kraschel Dem.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Turner Rep.

Governor

O'Connor Dem.

SECOND DISTRICT

444 289

405 211

184 279 176 289 285 173 187 276 173 172 284 287 291 411 417 419 286 291 283 278 425 437 285 423 10,393 7,010 9,965 7,074 9,778 7,450 9,783 7,033 9,743 7,120 9,607 7,167

DUBUQUE 630 179 634 662 180 210 Julien Township—1st precinct 184 631 197 669 715 428 409 415 442 409 423 419 2d precinct 453 482 407 415 927 134 934 967 131 918 153 3d precinct 951 1,027 131 156 648 190 648 686 645 189 4th precinct 682 210 729 191 214 627 329 630 628 621 325 5th precinct 657 339 694 333 332 629 406 622 646 623 398 6th precinct 654 675 410 410 430 479 119 476 500 469 492 120 7th precinct 545 128 150 145 529 238 528 545 528 553 8th precinct 580 238 2-10 253 254 553 107 551 566 546 569 609 9th precinct 98 105 116 126 745 234 719 769 730 781 826 10th precinct 237 259 246 278 523 144 515 519 518 547 567 11th precinct 147 158 148 164 564 232 556 582 567 584 610 12th precinct 234 242 239 271 646 176 639 656 637 650 682 13th precinct 182 192 199 1S5 719 256 717 722 702 741 759 14th precinct 258 259 277 277 457 240 461 469 462 471 503 15th precinct 233 243 249 257 325 315 330 336 330 371 38 Cascade 32 41 40 46 126 124 125 133 131 144 50 Center 53 55 50 66 200 198 204 201 207 222 Concord 19 21 22 26 26 69 67 71 66 68 75 Dodge—Farley 19 20 20 18 20 181 173 180 171 174 186 Dodge—Worthington 32 32 37 43 48 243 229 246 241 253 269 Dubuque—North 54 53 64 58 59 262 255 270 261 262 286 Dubuque—South 77 84 80 79 72 154 152 160 154 159 177 Iowa 21 24 24 26 25 223 223 225 235 235 264 Jefferson 84 92 90 87 97 190 183 188 193 186 199 Liberty 5 7 5 7 9 160 156 158 166 167 183 Mosalem 21 24 29 23 26 839 816 828 816 846 866 New Wine—Dyersville 68 64 64 106 73 245 235 239 245 259 250 New Wine—New Vienna 11 10 13 11 14 107 106 107 108 117 129 Peru 77 77 85 84 78 287 282 290 288 295 320 Prairie Creek 11 10 12 13 10 193 1/0 198 199 203 221 Table Mound 65 64 77 64 66 183 166 186 178 190 209 129 Taylor—Epworth 129 127 128 127 263 245 270 257 263 291 99 93 Taylor—Farley 95 111 96 214 212 218 214 220 230 29 28 Vernon 32 31 28 149 144 156 152 164 179 32 32 Washington 32 32 31 332 338 350 346 301 409 59 53 Whitewater 57 67 56 Total 15,483 4,887 14,484 4,487)13,980 4,695 13,854 4,362 14,049 4,382 14,358 4,316

JACKSON Maquoketa—1st ward... 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Bellevue Bellevue Township Brandon Butler Fair6eld Farmers Creek Iowa—1st ward Iowa—2d ward Jackson Maquoketa Township Monmouth Otter Creek Perry Prairie Springs Richland South Fork.. Tete Des Morts Union Van Buren—1st Van Buren—2d Washington Total

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169 154 215 158 210 141 216 149 205 149 206 196 140 160 202 144 203 191 142 138 191 142 153 135 125 158 117 145 143 119 123 122 142 255 229 198 263 243 198 233 204 204 197 231 472 248 468 276 466 252 471 242 241 241 472 161 165 52 42 162 165 40 38 35 37 160 73 94 61 93 61 89 62 87 61 58 87 17 281 18 280 19 280 18 280 17 19 279 134 61 53 119 127 70 127 55 56 56 126 159 85 74 157 152 73 155 68 65 67 155 62 111 112 58 111 59 108 107 57 108 59 64 65 55 53 70 53 62 63 53 63 55 50 42 228 230 223 43 221 37 40 44 224 65 119 65 113 113 71 114 64 63 66 113 161 156 164 160 154 162 153 160 160 162 151 304 305 43 40 304 40 306 40 39 38 307 102 212 186 97 202 94 193 194 91 197 94 254 57 56 247 54 242 53 245 52 52 245 173 47 175 45 174 45 44 174 44 44 172 159 82 147 71 149 77 153 69 73 68 139 97 66 63 96 64 93 62 61 97 62 91 117 218 136 217 144 215 132 137 211 133 208 221 155 157 217 159 214 155 212 152 213 -151 37 34 16 14 ' 38 10 40 35 13 36 13 79 140 76 143 77 132 79 134 77 76 134 4,779 2,633 4,424 2,425 4,387 2,489 4,312 2,379 4,291 2,396 4,267 2,386 230 223 164 269 502 174 119 281 141 186 69 64 248 134 177 308 130 257 184 166 103 230 247 18 155

237

GENEKAL ELECTION, NOYEMBEE 6, 1934 COUNTY—Continued

447 403 429 439 406 422 391 382 382 370 452 401 414 414 515 278 213 276 277 206 199 202 204 276 273 200 246 244 269 310 287 173 276 178 158 179 179 281 278 283 175 265 195 280 300 402 291 408 289 284 280 290 393 403 397 287 371 317 393 443 9,579 7,197 9,465 9,331 7,329 7,162 9,227 9,126 9,018 7,117 7,101 7,029 8,276 8,172 10,640

Andelfinger Rep.

Claussen Rep.

Powers Dem.

Stevens Rep.

Kindig Rep.

Evans Rep.

Richards Dem.

Parsons Dem.

Jacobsen Dem.

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court Hamilton Dem.

Woodruff Rep.

Martin Rep.

Huffman Dem.

Railroad Commissioner Dunlap Dem.

Nelson Rep.

Murray Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

372 301 179 290 6,971

COUNTY 180 602 637 595 209 592 181 604 598 185 186 184 590 190 680 425 409 405 391 412 438 405 398 395 410 410 410 390 422 481 931 130 891 886 140 157 896 885 885 121 125 123 867 122 982 659 186 620 611 195 227 611 614 603 193 187 190 600 191 692 618 332 590 551 342 399 582 570 569 350 342 341 565 337 636 620 412 585 573 410 457 593 592 588 402 401 399 584 405 693 480 120 462 458 118 143 454 449 438 117 123 120 444 123 527 520 233 494 483 245 276 494 488 491 249 250 249 486 257 544 553 106 523 523 105 119 524 513 520 101 99 100 505 100 606 733 237 688 674 251 281 673 672 662 255 254 248 663 256 796 504 148 482 476 154 189 486 487 485 146 149 147 475 153 571 560 230 536 530 230 265 544 530 531 236 230 229 532 236 656 642 179 603 607 189 210 610 611 614 180 180 183 599 181 667 714 252 664 656 259 308 679 683 672 248 256 254 674 257 768 457 234 431 432 249 266 438 427 436 236 233 230 426 233 533 324 31 312 315 32 31 298 299 299 31 35 33 300 32 325 129 49 110 114 52 54 114 115 114 49 52 55 112 51 130 203 22 178 182 29 25 193 196 192 19 21 18 186 19 205 69 19 59 58 18 19 60 59 58 19 19 19 58 18 66 175 32 172 172 30 32 171 175 172 30 27 27 164 30 198 234 55 225 211 53 64 226 224 224 52 55 53 234 54 248 257 78 246 248 80 83 255 249 245 79 81 82 251 84 268 156 21 146 146 21 23 152 143 144 20 21 23 140 24 158 225 87 206 213 86 83 204 201 200 85 83 82 203 81 234 151 44 179 180 5 8 184 180 180 5 5 4 177 4 192 156 22 145 153 22 22 150 154 148 22 25 24 147 23 161 797 86 794 791 69 69 780 770 772 64 66 66 781 63 826 234 11 223 234 8 10 221 215 216 6 7 7 218 6 248 107 78 101 109 75 77 101 101 102 74 75 73 104 71 111 284 10 272 274 10 10 269 268 268 10 10 9 263 11 291 197 65 185 192 63 63 185 184 186 58 60 58 182 61 206 190 124 170 168 125 122 175 168 167 121 119 123 170 122 184 253 89 244 243 88 90 239 233 233 90 89 88 239 86 264 220 28 205 209 28 27 207 200 201 27 29 27 202 27 210 149 32 137 136 35 31 146 112 137 27 29 26 140 26 160 337 52 325 317 55 53 306 305 300 53 52 52 305 53 338 13,900 4,423 13,210 13,111 4,464 4,940 13,229 13,068 13,039 4,370 4,385 4,356 12,976 4,409 14,855

170 347 129 190 320 342 121 228 99 206 126 175 161 198 178 39 52 23 17 30 59 72 28 96 9 24 88 15 78 17 55 135 91 35 28 63 4,044

COUNTY 104 184 143 143 142 142 156' 195 196 208 145 196 202 145 151 140 165 142 144 179 179 182 147 147 183 183 137 195 125 57 77 79 46 80 78 75 121 120 136 134 117 148 212 201 187 206 198 193 211 219 201 206 221 240 200 223 260, 439 235 238 236 448 458 448 239 242 465 245 463 464 37 38 158 39 156 42 158 158 41 41 160 159 38 163 55 79 56 55 82 56 86 85 57 54 89 84 59 86 19 18 277 18 18 278 17 278 278 1.8 279 18 279 278 67 54 113 56 120 54 122 120 57 55 118 121 64 121 137 68 68 65 140 143 65 149 72 64 146 152 163 65 110 51 120 113 53 55 109 110 57 56 112 110 55 60 67 64 63 46 49 64 48 48 63 62 49 51 62 54 46 36 37 216 215 38 42 222 215 44 41 217 214 225 100 76 68 71 72 102 106 65 104 63 62 108 109 117 164 158 135 142 161 158 142 164 168 140 140 148 160 140 41 42 38 298 300 39 303 298 40 37 301 304 38 304 78 194 182 184 81 84 185 191 86 195 197 84 85 93 47 240 48 51 50 239 239 52 241 241 51 52 242 246 45 44 44 169 167 44 164 168 44 44 169 169 45 172 78 71 70 127 133 73 72 140 137 73 73 139 141 149 61 90 62 62 63 91 93 62 93 90 62 61 90 96 140 123 201 204 130 127 204 141 135 205 205 137 203 205 174 150 150 184 200 147 206 199 160 149 196 200 205 159 36 6 42 36 9 9 35 36 12 39 39 9 10 7 71 131 73 73 74 133 129 132 74 131 135 78 73 138 4,289 2,397 4,129 4,143 2,432 2,382 4,079 4,005 3,882 2,306 2,323 2,257 3,907 2,520

212 151 150 198 127 145 193 268 249 497 45 167 54 97 279 18 52 132 74 153 57 122 63 55 235 45 108 67 156 159 38 305 100 209 259 51 48 174 144 75 98 66 169 200 242 ' 133 23 33 72 142 4,446 2,463

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936

JONES

Anamosa—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Cass Castle Grove Center Junction Clay . ir .-y r airview

Greenfield Hale Jackson Lovell Madison. South Monticello—1st ward . 2d ward 3rd ward Morley Onslow Oxford Richland, East Richland, West Rome Scotch Grove . ... Stone City .. Washington Wayne Wyoming Total

176 155 150 167 94 62 71 28 130 121 57 54 87

154 176 142 114 159 125 62 122 160 117 106 114 77

72 177

62 146

172 129 94 59 402 152 56 210 101 39 207

170

Attorney General

157 185 145 120 155 131 67 120 160 116 107 111 79

180 150 169 100 62 70 29 130 119 54 58 86

'72 171

62 152

72 172

179 120 99 61 164 36 177 127 37

209 140 222

121 81 199

172 130 90 58 403 153 61 211 107 41 214

61 149

34 11 74 192

162 124 89 60 397 150 59 205 96 37

167 114 95 63 159 13 35 172 108 32 12

138 228

76 190

4,598 2,624 4,166 2,707. 4,038 2,874 3,940 2,810

3,821

79 125 190 139 120 133 107 89 211

204 153 98

77

439 163 73 238 138 50 221 184 296

159 170 142 178 97 53 69 28 114 111 53 56 82

180 194 146 130 168 151 76 125 177 124 115 121 92

160 174 149 167 93 52 67 27 118 112 65 55 80

171 183 142 120 164 141 69 121 165 124 116 122 85

48 131 158 113 98 56 149 18 30

78 194

55 135

73 186

62 139

182 138 97 61 404 154 61 218 118 41 211

166 111 95 61 157 15

175

156 62 222 109

170 115 99 65 163 19 37 169 117

39 216 146 241

34 13 73 187

157 99 26 12 58 159

167 243

34 166 106 33 13 63 178

131 92 59 408

179 186 155

175 94 68 75 29 126 121 57 57 90

141 234

114 94 62 161 14 36

173 115

192 191

13

2,998 3,903 2,830

LINN Bertram Boulder Springville Viola Buffalo Clinton College Fairfax Fayelte Lisbon Mount Vernon Grant Jackson Linn Maine Marion Township Marion—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Monroe Otter Creek Putnam Cedar Rapids—1st precinct. 2d precinct 3d precinct 4tb precinct 5th precinct 6th precinct 7th precinct 8th precinct 9th precinct 10th. precinct 11th precinct 12th precinct 13th precinct

177

155 184 99 70 77 28 132 133 64 61 93

203 224 168 138 176 162

163 179 145 126 163 131 70 122 162 121 118 116 79

Williams Rep.

Treasurer of State

Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Auditor of State Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Secretary of State

Miller Dem.

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor

Governor

Kraschel Dem.

-

Naglestad Rep.

SECOND DISTRICT

O'Connor Dem.

238

172 170 162 63 111 210 211 219 81 232 341 204 195

143 193 270 240 234

227 253 162 130 189 417 411 698 399 398 385

564 408 531 524 368 673 614

59 34 211

77

42

72 43 30 52 219 408 150 205

73 250 185 167 214 89 205 76 111 21 156 303 276 321 228 228 364 302 406 414 249 287 199,

164 163 149 60 100 191 196 214 75 218 304 185 183 133 179 244 216 204 202 219 158 123

170 378 365 631 335 322 308 462

297 434 415 291 567 558

57 37 207 78 50 84 48 31 50 226 426 151 216 73 260 199

177 232 106 222 82

117 22 173 320 291 366 290

271 425 395 469 499 300 334 201

151 163 146 58 94 187 195 198

75 211 308 182 169 135 163 245 201

187 197 207 150 123 160 353 332 600 298 262

274 420 238 383 347 240 528 530

68 37 212 80 58 85 51 39 50 232 422 156 233 80

271 199 193 250 112 237 86 115 29 197 340 319 405 342 310 458 443 513 468 343 367! 223

154 160 134 56 89 183 193 200

72 207 291

178 158 137 161 232 195 190

197 201 146 118 158

357 328 586 279 263 272 406 227 375 323 228 521 530

61 36 211 79 61 83

47 34 49 235 431 156 236 77 267 200 188 244 110 236 89 119 25 190

341 306 408 330 300 455 4S9 502 557 340 353 199

131 152 115 53 80 167 174 177 71 194 260 174 131 126 145 210

171 163 176 158 133 104 134 319 249 505 196

207 208 333 163 310 250 175 429 497

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52 256 88 76 111 76 66 56 254 484

177 270 90 293 241 229 283 139

297 109 138 60 235

446 434 506 408 394 567 536 594 675 421 481 270

149 160 136 56 89 184 194 205

70 207 292 177 159 130 156 229 201

187 198 200 143 117 156 363 316 591 278 252 267 409 214 387 324 235 511 544

239

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934 COUNTY Railroad Commissioner

174 178 147 163 97 61 68 28 129 120 52 55 88 59 148 164 115 94 63 156 13 33 171 108 36 13 72 191

155 175 141 117 156 131 64 119 158 112 104 110 72 70 161 166 124 88 56 394 152 50 206 100 36 204 124 223

159 173 140 113 157 126 61 116 155 111 104 110 72 67 157 163 123 86 52 391 150 49 206 95 36 205 129 221

£P4 177 185 148 172 98 64 76 28 132 128 56 57 90 62 159 168 121 100 65 166 13 39 178 118 37 14 83 190

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173 185 148 172 97 67 74 29 131 124 53 54 91 64 100 171 120 97 64 163 14 40 176 127 39 11 79 189

162 168 136 108 152 127 63 116 156 111 106 106 74 67 165 157 124 88 55 391 152 49 208 94 34 206 125 223

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175 182 146 173 98 67 69 26 130 122 56 58 88 59 150 168 118 96 61 160 12 43 178 117 37 14 72 189

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165 175 146 164 95 75 80 25 133 126 56 55 96 59 160 191 126 100 69 163 13 46 178 112 38 12 77 185

3,986 2,796 1 3,768 3,727 2,924 2,912 3,723 3,673 3,660 2,896 2,862 2,864 3,350 2,79l|| 3,839

2,920

186 149 173 98 67 72 27 130 123 56 58 88 62 150 172 117 95 63 163 !2 43 178 118 37 13

77 191

COUNTY 155 164 148 58 95 185 195 202 72 208 301 178 163 132 168 245 199 195 199 199 154 120 161 355 318 593 284 258 277 413 227 384 329 234 511 549

59 35 206 80 56 85 51 35 49 234 423 156 234 79 260 200 189 241 109 237 84 114 24 189 340 305 407 336 299 454 451 501 570 341 363 199

141 161 138 55 86 178 192 197 69 204 289 174 154 132 155 221 186 184 190 189 144 117 151 344 301 571 270 240 245 384 195 349 291 214 484 533

143 161 134 55 86 176 191 193 68 203 288 172 154 132 155 91 182 184 193 184 139 117 150 344 300 560 257 237 236 381 192 346 282 201 474 526

65 37 209 81 64 87 55 39 51 238 433 156 237 81 269 208 199 243 108 238 89 117 32 196

357 318 420 347 318 463 470 515 591 349 380 210

67 37 211 81 63 88 52 40 52 236 433 161 238 80 269 214 199 254 112 252 96 118 26 194 359 329 434 348 324 474 479 528 601 360 389 212

147 158 136 55 89 180 193 201 67 204 291 172 152 131 152 226 186 184 186 193 148 117 153 347 301 565 263 231 247 380 196 361 299 209 479 534

145 158 131 58 89

178 193 197 69 202 286 174 155 133 154 228 183 189 190 189 143 117 150 338 300 563 257 233 237 378 194 357 292 201 480 535

148 158 130 55 88 177 192 197 202 284 173 155 130 153 226 183 182 185 191 144 119 150 338 299 563 258 228 240 372 192 352 288 201 476 526

62 38 214 80 60 86 54 39 52 238 432 161 236 79 269 208 198 243 115 233 87 117 28 194 349 321 427 359 319 472 480 513 595 354 380 203

59 61 39 38 216 219 81 79 62 61 87 87 54 52 38 36 51 "*239 237 434 434 158 159 233 235 79 78 269 269 207 208 200 203 240 246 113 112 237 239 90 94 116 119 29 29 195 198 349 354 322 319 426 425 353 351 318 322 460 476 480 473 508 511 594 593 351 354 372 377 201 201

142 157 125 55 87 181 190 192 68 203 286 173 151 131 152 222 186 183 180 188 148 119 150 336 293 557 244 221 243 360 184 342 288 207 477 525

65| 40 217 78 61 85 54 40 53 238 436 158 2.39 78 270 215 197 245 114 237 89 116 32 202 352 327 443 356 326 478 490 518 587 351 380 209

154 160 131 57 86 185 183 197 67 208 303 175 160 129 160 229 195 183 194 197 149 124 159 359 319 587 272 238 254 371 217 364 309 216 508 534

59 36 224 80 62 82 52 34 49 238 425 159 234 79 271 205 191 243 111 238 86 114 28 183 346 328 41? 353 3K 47C 45? 50* 59 35" 37? 21!

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936

SECOND DISTRICT

LINN

Cedar Rapids—Cont. 14th precinct 15th precinct 16th precinct 17th precinct 18th precinct 19th precinct 20th precinct 21st precinct 22d precinct 23d orecinct Spring Grove Washington Total

477 845 643 398 363 445 401 635 522 334 116 309

73 104 156 205 130 203 189 248 279 146 69 146

449 776 578 337 324 387 350 573 438 288 108 284

70 99 180 227 140 212 193 251 319 170 75 162

431 726 543 327 302 348 333 534 405 256 111 276

79 141 209 244 152 244 202 285 346 195 75 170

435 744 544 318 303 345 335 528 408 263 109 277

73 107 191 238 147 227 194 272 332 179 75 164

402 662 480 262 263 303 282 463 323 226 94 244

117 218 293 313 211 304 269 373 450 241 94 221

Attorney General Naglestad Rep.

Williams Rep.

Treasurer of State Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Auditor of State Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor Kraschel Dem.

Turner Rep.

PRECINCTS

Herring Dem.

Governor

O'Connor Dem.

240

432 750 549 306 306 361 328 534 404 249 111 274

73 106 191 249 148 217 171 276 340 193 75 161

16,290 8,674 14,305 9,583 13,302 10,365 13,114 10,193 11,244 13,008 13,090 10,309

SCOTT DavenDort—1 wd 1 DCt 1st ward, 2d precinct 1st ward, 3d precinct 1st ward, 4th precinct . . . 2d ward 1st precinct 2d ward 2d precinct 2d ward 3d precinct 2d ward, 4th precinct 3d ward 1st precinct 3d ward, 2d precinct 3d ward, 3d precinct 4th ward, 1st precinct 4th ward 2d precinct 4th ward, 3d precinct 5th ward 1st precinct 5th ward, 2d precinct 5th ward, 3d precinct 5th ward, 4th precinct.... 6th ward, 1st precinct 6th ward 2d precinct 6th ward, 3d precinct 6th ward, 4th precinct Aliens Grove Bettendorf—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Blue Grass—1st precinct Blue Grass—2d precinct Buffalo—1st precinct Buffalo—2d precinct Butler Cleona . . . Davenport Township—1 pet... 2d precinct Hickory Grove Le Claire Liberty Lincoln Pleasant Valley Princeton Rockingham Sheridan Winfield Total

62 270 210 100 115 130 329 142 168 198 401 152 262 523 135 396 528 384 289 506 304 540 42 111 101 82 41 36 80 20 57 9 71 22 39 168 54 33 132 91 49 85 120

87 283 228 95 118 135 331 147 172 194 432 159 261 543 145 403 563 402 292 537 301 573 45 114 99 80 46 40 78 21 58 15 76 27 44 181 55 41 139 91 47 103 107

270 589 600 18? 313 5?5 63S 361 504 479 716 31S 339 635 379 71S 496 311 391 566 378 488 86 143 245 177 133 101 193 68 127 59 137 100 122 138 133 106 159 92 48 164 184

S3 277 220 92 118 133 322 147 172 199 426 155 249 524 132 387 553 403 294 512 293 542 49 115 99 84 49 34 80 21 57 14 77 24 55 184 55 42 135 97 49 106 103

14,399 7,262 13 ,301 7,587 12 ,917 8,100 12 ,632 8,014 12 ,691 7,9081 12 ,852

7,762

291 630 651 195 336 551 718 409 529 516 830 335 363 713 335 762 582 390 432 632 411 586 105 166 259 200 155 110 217 76 151 81 156 114 151 187 151 123 193 113 54 235 205

80 270 198 99 113 128 299 129 172 193 370 159 254 501 138 379 439 346 276 485 290 491 48 108 103 82 42 39 68 20 52 7 71 22 40 164 50 34 120 94 46 82 101

278 610 610 181 3?1 ,S?8 64S 374 517 490 760 316 340 639 318 7?S 578 334 404 584 388 482 101 148 242 190 146 10S 202 74 135 73 141 107 141 158 140 119 168 98 46 199 194

274 597 58? 181 308 508 63? 355 494 488 739 303 34 S 625 316 710 501 310 402 571 368 458 97 139 243 189 135 107 198 67 131 68 145 10? 141 148 137 113 157 98 46 186 203

93 291 244 101 129 155 354 162 192 199 432 165 260 554 144 413 556 414 292 531 321 579 51 117 103 83 53 36 88 24 57 19 75 30 5 185 58 42 142 93 51 109 98

274 58? 585 187 311 513 622 354 501 48? 706 297 338 608 315 71? 478 309 388 543 360 451 92 136 238 186 128 92 194 70 129 62 132 99 129 137 133 108 150 93 47 178 188

88 288 231 98 120 139 335 152 175 199 438 168 253 547 142 392 558 400 295 532 312 569 49 120 103 88 55 43 82 25 60 22 78 27 52 191 56 41 141 92 49 104 105

273 588 586 18? 308 518 625 367 505 482 706 306 332 607 311 710 476 311 396 544 37 S 439 92 138 240 187 137 95 194 69 130 64 133 100 131 141 129 108 154 94 50 178 185

GENEEAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934

241

COUNTY—Continued

Q

2 434 746 546 321 295 364 330 525 401 254 110 283

75 107 189 238 148 220 197 272 337 189 75 163

429 721 522 299 281 339 316 509 384 246 105 274

423 714 516 297 276 343 305 499 376 237 104 270

76 123 204 238 160 233 203 281 343 189 80 161

427 718 533 297 292 332 321 506 385 244 102 270

424 714 522 285 289 325 318 512 383 241 103 270

424 718 524 294 283 325 318 508 387 236 104 270

ndelfinger Rep.

tcobsen Dem.

laussen Rep.

Dwers Dem.

evens Rep.

indig Rep.

vans Rep.

ichards Dem.

arsons Dem.

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Secretary of Agriculture

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81 128 199 248 154 236 203 283 346 196 84 163

75 125 207 247 150 235 202 281 334 188 81 161

75 128 196 243 152 234 201 280 339 195 80 161

427 717 528 293 271 334 311 504 372 233 105 272

78 128 200 240 160 226 209 293 349 203 82 158

436 730 536 300 291 343 326 641 399 265 108 276

76 146 204 252 153 230 209 279 337 184 80 159

13,237 10,205 12,553 12,250 10,561 10,783 12,560 12,462 12,346 10,616 10,558 10,524 12,313 10,702 12,984 10,531

COUNTY 274 591 583 179 307 517 623 352 502 481 695 303 333 604 320 713 479 311 381 543 368 442 93 136 240 179 121 99 195 70 133 62 135 96 136 144 128 117 159 94 47 184 184

259 573 563 176 304 494 588 336 495 471 667 283 323 574 300 692 443 290 372 499 358 391 81 131 232 176 120 88 188 60 122 56 133 88 112 139 124 105 146 86 46 154 181

258 571 556 175 301 491 587 334 496 468 658 286 319 576 297 684 441 277 370 488 349 393 85 128 242 176 119 85 188 62 122 58 135 87 122 127 120 107 146 88 48 167 183

93 292 241 103 124 153 362 157 181 208 462 171 262 566 152 414 586 412 308 568 315 603 46 121 107 90 54 43 86 24 65 18 78 31 55 193 58 44 140 100 50 111 101

91 289 249 98 118 144 357 151 177 205 448 167 261 564 158 412 583 419 306 568 321 608 45 118 102 86 46 44 80 21 62 18 76 31 48 185 55 42 144 95 49 106 102

263 564 561 175 303 500 599 336 496 480 683 284 323 579 305 694 442 276 377 510 365 397 81 131 237 183 127 89 184 62 125 54 132 83 114 134 125 110 149 91 44 160 175

264 575 564 175 299 503 595 335 496 476 679 281 326 576 316 698 454 277 374 511 363 391 86 131 239 181 121 86 181 67 126 57 129 84 118 135 120 109 147 88 48 153 176

264 571 568 173 300 500 594 328 495 471 670 279 320 572 304 694 450 275 375 500 357 394 82 127 229 179 120 87 181 61 124 60 130 84 117 130 120 111 151 97 48 156 176

88 277 236 95 118 141 331 150 170 188 432 162 257 547 149 394 574 414 304 546 304 617 47 117 101 84 43 40 84 20 62 18 78 24 48 184 54 40 138 99 49 111 105

89 280 235 95 121 137 331 157 163 193 429 161 257 557 141 391 528 414 303 556 308 591 47 116 106 81 44 41 84 19 57 16 81 27 49 184 54 39 142 92 49 108 105

87 277 233 95 124 142 326 156 167 187 433 160 251 555 144 390 575 416 302 558 312 585 48 119 101 81 48 40 85 20 59 17 79 27 48 189 55 41 138 94 50 113 106

257 552 551 169 297 478 569 323 482 457 649 277 310 565 297 678 440 258 366 494 345 370 80 129 235 180 116 87 186 66 121 53 135 79 110 125 113 106 145 81 47 153 174

91 303 251 105 121 163 346 165 179 218 449 173 264 558 154 401 578 431 310 564 327 608 52 121 100 88 55 47 85 20 62 26 75 34 61 191 65 42 144 99 48 113 104

292 636 618 193 334 550 686 403 523 529 802 340 352 694 336 746 546 340 426 603 412 533 112 147 254 193 152 105 202 71 136 59 143 102 150 165 140 117 168 99 57 229 195

72 255 214 97 107 125 289 129 159 177 364 131 250 494 131 361 504 375 275 500 279 514 43 110 90 80 41 36 74 20 56 26 75 25 35 165 53 36 134 93 45 85 100

12,653 7,925 12,019 11,970 8,348 8,249 12,102 12,110 12,024 8,040 7,978 8,033 11,705 8,391 13,890

7,224

85 285 229 101 124 130 334 147 176 196 437 160 256 535 141 401 557 401 302 529 310 568 46 116 101 87 51 38 79 21 55 16 78 29 45 179 60 36 138 93 50 101 102

242

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936

THIRD DISTRICT

BENTON Governor

PRECINCTS

sr Belle Plaine—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Benton Big Grove... Bruce Canton Cedar Eden Eldorado Florence Freemont Harrison Homer Iowa Jackson Kane Leroy Monroe Polk Shellsburg St. (lair Ta\lor Union Vinton—1st ward. . Vinton—2d ward Total

260 340 182 46 116 65 78 118 107 142 225 177 48

77

124 182 217 250 63 309 94 137 91 229 273 307

Lieutenant Governor

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Secretary of State

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229 89 63 58 63 39 60 155 65 93 113 54 80 32 53 174 59 135 58 122 94 26 126 114 4^5 490

244 320 173 38 104 63 71 109 97 135 238 163 40 65 108 167 188 234 54 266 89 129 89 214 237 265

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213 79 61 53 62 36 54 147 60 86 105 51 81 16 51 170 54 133' 581 108 79 22 116* 112| 43 L 468

228 323 170 38 98 69 70 103 104 134 225 155 38 54 112 16S 190 211 54 260 83 119 81 209 222 265

Auditor of State

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en 226 76 61 55 66 30 56 156 52 86 115 68 81 24 55 174 62 149 59 115 85 33 122 120 441 467

111 317 164 37 91 61 68 110 95 126 216 154 35 56 106 168 176 212 55 252 80 120 81 198 228 256

217 82 59 55 65 34 53 142 58 86 105 57 81 20 52 168 551 134! 581 110 83 21 1171 115 426 453

Attorney General

Treasurer of State 0)

fj 228 315 158 37 91 59 58 103 95 124 211 130 32 57 109 166 182 202 50 237 75 120 83 198 209 243

id r=3tf 217 80 65 57 68 36 65 144 62 92 119 84 88 17 55 171 55 145 56, 144 93 26 123 120 450 478

§s UQ

b

r

229 310 167 37 92 57 66 105 93 130 206 139 37 55 107 162 178 214 54 250 84 115 80 205 215 251

77

16 50 165 51 127 54 110

77

24 116 117 431 455

4,257 3,099 3,900 2,906 3,780 3,034 3.689 2.906 1 3,572 3,110 3,638 2,891

BLACK HAWK Waterloo—1st ward, 1st pet.. . 1st ward, 2d precinct 1st ward, 3d precinct 1st ward, 4th precinct 1st ward, 5th precinct 1st ward, 6th precinct 2d ward, 1st precinct 2d ward, 2d precinct 2d ward, 3d precinct 2d ward, 4th precinct 2d ward, 5th precinct 3d ward, 1st precinct 3d ward, 2d precinct 3d ward, 3d precinct 3d ward, 4th precinct 3d ward, 5th precinct 3d ward, 6th precinct 4th ward, 1st precinct 4th ward, 2d precinct 4th ward, 3d precinct 4th ward, 4th precinct 4th ward, 5th precinct 4th ward, 6th precinct 4th ward, 7th precinct Cedar Falls—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Barclay Bennington Big Creek Black Hawk

218 85 57 54 62 33 51 140 55 84 118 64

220 297 295 255 245 310 304 352 341 254 420 379 317 412 346 248 201 332 234 312 316 303 210 317 275 257 318 236 147 122 322 177

117 370 274 329 370 155 195 399 382 405 239 223 275 217 238 233 236 182 161 171 313 292 161 147 351 606 423 435 92 98 391 150

209 289 285 240 244 309 284 332 324 268 413 359 330 404 342 244 205 323 230 309 274 281 205 308 268 241 318 226 135 114 305 174

121 377 277 338 362 155 189 408 393 402 231 231 276 212 226 232 233 181 155 168 311 296 152 176 340 609 421 450 92 87 391 150

212 274 279 244 223 312 232 331 333 245 417 362 307 388 353 247 203 317 268 297 299 292 203 300 260 235 300 247 143 117 312 170

122 358 2S5 332 291 158 204 400 386 404 230 227 269 219 238 237 236 187 162 175 313 296 152 153 352 612 429 422 93 96 390 156

208 243 274 215 206 304 283 314 315 234 410 343 295 388 320 236 194 320 221 199 306 278 203 302 244 206 280 197 134 105 309 169

127 375 288 346 381 161 195 404 399 414

230| 229 280 222 246 240 237 178 160 168 317 298 150 143 357 644 442 455 89 95 388 145

203 251 275 224 204 302 285 316 327 222 413 345 313 391 327 238 192 318 226 300 303 278 204 301 256 223 269 207 150 112 310 174

i3o;

372 289 350 384 163 189 404 396 422 236 232 275 225 244 236 186 180 160 170 313 297 151 141 354 622 448 453 89 93 389 146

208 272 279 232 204 305 285 315 321 222 404 359 313 393 334 242 192 318 229 300 302 276 203 305 251 222 293 199 135 104 309 171

243

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934 COUNTY Secretary of Agriculture

Railroad Commissioner

Congress-

Judges Supreme Court

229 314 168 36 97 64 67 109 95 127 214 153 42 58 114 165 184 223 51 260 80 117 82 208 220 252

214 74 55 55 61 30 56 136 57 85 112 53 77 18 49 163 52 119 61 101 85 21 114 111 428 451

220 302 166 34 94 56 61 95 81 115 208 139 36 52 104 159 173 202 52 245 81 108 74 199 209 236

Gwynne Rep.

Willford Dem.

Claussen Rep.

Powers Dem.

Stevens Rep. 1

Kindig Rep.

1 Evans Rep.

Richards Dem.

Parsons Dem.

Hamilton Dem.

222 82 62 54 60 47 49 141 63 86 106 61 78 15 54 167 57 127 53 102 76 21 116 118 422 459

169 113 34 43 104 141 172 175 55 264 76 94 73 175 234 251

248 105 66 69 74 46 66 166 82 103 151 80 90 35 64 202 79 173 66 166 92 49 134 138 473 522

3,729 2,838 3,501 3,489 2,896 2,907 3,465 3,414 3,407 2,990 2,866 2,890 3,360 2,898

3.267

3,539

195 241 241 204 176 288 268 291 287 187 372 324 280 372 302 216 165 299 216 286 263 258 196 283 228 171 225 150 120 98 278 153

143 424 317 371 435 174 203 447 44C 431 267 264 304 248 269 257 27C 205 174 18S 358 342 165 167 383 692 503 516 11C 115 43C 178

217 313 170 36 91 58 62 95 69 115 201 145 35 51 108 157 164 193 54 252 84 112 73 197 202 235

219 86 59 56 61 36 53 140 65 91 107 57 79 18 51 165 52 133 52 104 79 25 114 116 428 450

Woodruff Rep.

Martin Rep.

Huffman Dem.

Dunlap Dem.

Nelson Rep.

Murray Dem.

i

man

225 79 59 54 62 34 52 142 65 90 107 56 81 18 50 164 58 133 54 107 74 23 113 119 432 456

216 297 163 35 88 55 62 95 87 113 202 146 36 53 102 157 167 196 55 239 85 115 75 192 204 230

211 298 165 34 86 52 60 88 85 114 200 137 36 52 104 154 165 191 53 236 83 112 73 193 204 228

210 294 165 36 86 56 60 86 88 115 198 138 37 52 101 151 164 193 52 237 84 109 74 193 202 226

219 79 58 55 61 36 51 142 61 84 106 59 80 15 51 163 57 131 55 111 77 23 113 120 530 453

221 75 58 54 63 38 52 144 60 87 103 59 80 15 49 159 57 130 54 104 74 21 114 118 423 454

232 78 57 52 61 37 50 147 60 87 107 59 79 16 52 162 54 126 56 110 75 23 114 120 424 452

210 291 160 35 90 52 61 89 83 116 197 135 35 46 96 148 161 190 50 234 82 107 76 192 202 222

182 258 142 33 85 56 57 90 81

no

COUNTY 209 271 278 242 204 304 283 317 321 224 413 346 300 392 328 241 195 321 230 308 298 275 201 301 268 227 276 209 133 104 319 179

126 387 284 338 389 162 184 403 394 402 236 223 273 219 244 235 234 177 160 165 325 300 152 144 340 617 442 449 95 95 382 148

209 268 269 221 191 299 284 306 308 210 403 332 290 377 295 234 192 309 222 298 289 270 199 286 248 217 277 193 129 95 308 164

201 263 263 220 193 298 279 297 300 206 407 330 279 374 309 228 187 301 227 300 290 248 199 284 242 214 266 191 129 94 308 165

122 389 290 345 393 162 196 410 405 416 234 241 242 227 241 240 232 182 161 168 315 302 152 151 342 620 439 446 86 94 383 152

129 393 292 345 394 165 195 410 404 418 235 245 282 233 252 2-10 239 191 160 169 319 302 142 151 348 621 443 446 90 93 387 157

204 264 261 220 190 308 279 307 312 191 403 337 289 389 323 237 191 311 232 292 292 280 200 294 241 218 267 201 128 99 307 167

206 266 262 212 189 305 278 303 317 187 403 334 295 382 323 238 188 312 228 296 282 270 192 291 245 215 268 192 127 97 303 164

205 249 260 218 178 304 277 305 316 191 412 334 289 378 320 237 208 313 228 296 283 295 190 292 239 215 267 190 130 98 303 160

133 392 303 352 404 166 194 417 403 424 235 227 279 228 245 242 241 190 163 177 329 307 153 146 358 628 447 460 98 94 386 160

125 3V3 298 353 405 166 203 423 409 430 237 232 274 233 240 242 248 188 158 173 337 305 153 143 347 621 450 460 90 95 387 157

127 393 299 350 396 163 195 409 404 427 235 235 277 230 240 243 247 190 163 175 303 300 152 150 351 620 450 453 88 95 384 161

199 260 253 216 187 300 282 294 307 197 406 333 285 382 313 230 187 313 229 293 280 283 198 294 234 218 267 174 125 96 298 162

133 392 302 349 399 170 203 416 413 394 237 237 287 233 250 247 244 187 163 179 324 303 153 156 358 624 447 467 92 98| 393 162,

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936

244

T H I R D DISTRICT

BLACK HAWK

16S 131 165 241 168 149 118 163 109 325 55 62 55 269

Cedar Cedar Falls Eagle East Waterloo . Fox Lester. . Lincoln Mount Vernon Orange Poyner Spring Creek Union Washington Waterloo

68 110 46 182 19 193 51 106 178 118 72 50 57 240

154 135 159 233 165 130 120 153 104 318 53 60 50 248

66 122 19 178 18 195 47 93 176 104 70 47 54 250

159 142 167 227 166 146 121 157 108 326 53 65 52 259

71 110 48 178 19 200 51 105 172 105 70 44 58 248

155 126 161 230 165 131 117 146 101 308 51 57 49 237

155 132 162 228 165 140 118 151 105 317 51 59 49 243

67 113 46 179 18 195 52 97 174 105 70 47 56 258

Naglestad Rep.

O'Connor Dem.

Attorney General

Williams Rep.

Hanson Rep. 67 119 46 178 17 198 53 100 174 104 70 51 57 264

Wegman Dem.

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State Storms Dem.

Green wait Rep.

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor Kraschel Dem.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Turner Rep.

Governor

161 126 163 224 164 133 119 148 102 320 49 58 57 241

64 119 44 175 20 197 51 96 172 103 71 48 53 254

11,249 10,120 10,854 10,111 10,920 10,063 10,289 10,301 10,534 10,216 10,562 10,180

Total

BEEMEE Dayton Douglas Franklin Frederika Fremont . . . Jackson Jefferson Lafayette Leroy Ma^field Polk Sumner No 1 Sumner No. 2 ^Varren Washington . . . . Waverly—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4 th ward 5th ward

..

. .

Total

90 150 80 94 353 96 191 79 52 274 170 307 90 116 110 1,S6 204 185 146 142

46 39 43 90 169 147 83 71 22 86 176 388 79 94 76 111 227 262 158 158

100 157 82 94 385 105 196 97 56 287 186 324 91 131 119 161 223 210 156 157

49 46 47 89 155 139 97 66 24 98 176 371 85 95 73 107 221 263 154 145

90 149 79 92 343 93 199 92 52 286 168 286 90 118 111 160 205 193 143 151

39 29 43 87 161 144 73 69 24 68 172 381 73 89 74 103 226 256 154 140

92 150 79 93 352 97 202 89 50 298 162 295 SS 117 111 156 212 193 146 150

38 29 43 87 157 142 73 68 23 63 174 371 65 92 74 109 223 254 155 144

95 149 80 93 357 91 199 91 54 275 168 298 86 116 111 159 210 191 147 149

33 28 42 87 152 144 70 68 24 73 170 367 74 93 71 106 223 255 151 142

3,115 2,767 3,085

2,525

3,317

2,500

3,100

2,405

3,132

2,384

3,119

2,373

108 140 S3 91 358 98 189 80 56 284 179 295 92 122 109 148 205 186 145 147

53 65 50 101 188 148 98 69 24 107 182 400 89 106 90 123 247 286 172 169

BUTLEE Fremont Dayton Coldwater Bennezette Pittsford West Point—Bristow West Point—Allison Jackson Butler Shell Rock Jefferson... Ripley . Madison Washington Monroe Albion . . . Beaver Total

.. .

. ..

. . .

76 101 439 93 133 61 137 86 278 282 56 29 57 62 166 317 183

44 120 418 146 287 147 207 90 373 387 50 50 79 93 185 338 188

65 96 426 75 121 56 126 73 257 263 51 24 49 43 133 268 162

42 112 402 136 270 140 193 92 368 372 43 54 69 95 176 314 182

75 104 467 90 125 57 136 75 283 283 50 31 52 48 138 269 166

39 113 383 130 269 140 194 95 346 362 46 51 73 102 175 314 180

64 93 432 69 108 52 121 71 253 249 41 25 36 49 122 258 158

37 110 389 136 273 136 193 90 350 379 45 52 74 93 167 307 177

64 97 451 71 114 59 127 73 251 248 44 24 42 57 136 267 162

35 108 378 134 267 135 190 88 351 377 43 56 71 87 163 305 180

63 93 430 71 112 49 119 71 244 250 41 23 34 50 123 259 160

40 108 381 136 260 139 194 87 353 375 46 53 70 87 165 301 177

2,556 3,202 2,288 3,060 2,449 3,012 2,201 3,008 2,287 2,968 2,192 2,972

245

GENEEAL ELECTION, NOVEMBEE 6, 1934 COUNTY—Continued Secretary of Agriculture

Railroad Commissioner

Congressman

164 132 165 236 162 137 119 151 111 316 50 60 51 239

155 124 161 227 160 131 117 138 97 307 51 56 45 230

65 117 43 175 21 195 49 99 168 104 71 52 58 252

co

w 153 119 156 222 162 130 112 137 95 305 50 56 42 214

64 112 45 173 19 189 52 99 176 104 70 51 58 263

66 115 46 176 19 188 54 96 177 104 71 49 58 269

156 126 159 222 160 123 114 132 97 312 49 55 44 232

153 128 155 223 159 122 113 130 99 308 51 59 44 227

155 120 156 226 162 126 115 133 97 307 50 59 45 227

69 119 48 181 19 193 55 103 176 102 71 54 61 267

69 117 47 183 20 193 54 101 175 101 73 55 56 269

68 117 45 178 18 191 53 99 177 100 72 53 57 268

P-. 157 121 150 223 161 121 113 127 97 301 43 54 42 224

wynne Rep.

'illford Dem.

laussen Rep.

:evens Rep.

i!

indig Rep.

ichards Dem.

ii

Dem.

e

arsons

W

amilton Dem.

Q

ta Rep.

uffman Dem.

elson Rep.

II

unlap Dem.

1

Judges Supreme Court

O

u 64 119 51 178 22 199 56 107 175 107 73 58 61 268

10,610 10,193 10,191 10,045 10 253 10,378 10,215 10,141 10,158 10,499 10,488 10,401 10,029 10,550

153 121 155 225 156 105 108 139 92 317 50 53 45 216

81 128 63 190 30 248 62 126 193 122 75 68 63 289

9,568 11,528

COUNTY 34 41 44 88 162 143 78 69 23 80 169 375 72 95 71 104 224 255 152 144

85 139 78 88 327 92 182 85 49 261 159 261 78 106 105 148 191 181 144 144

84 136 78 89 314 94 181 84 45 260 160 261 80 110 102 147 193 176 143 142

37 29 40 87 158 144 76 68 26 69 175 370

41 29 39 87 162 142 75 68 27 71 174 364 75 91 73 106 230 259 149 151

77 135 74 91 309 88 181 83 48 260 163 258 85 112 105 154 194 236 134 141

79 137 77 88 296 88 179 87 48 259 165 249 84 108 106 155 192 183 140 142

41 27 41 88 169 148 76 71 22 67 173 365 72 95 68 104 226 262 159 148

40 25 40 90 170 146 77 72 23 68 170 370 70 93 69 99 224 258 153 149

38 24 41 86 168 146 74 73 21 68 171 356 73 94 67 98 222 260 154 148

401 28 40 88 162 147 79 72 25 66 172 369 75 97 71 105 224 257 156 152

86 147 75 90 297 75 149 85 48 219 152 265 86 105 102 124 179 152 128 131

56 55 50 95 252 158 123 77 28 164 208 421 81 120 96 140 272 313 185 178

3,065 2,423 2,903 2,879 2,404 2,413 2,928 2,849 2,862 2,422 2,406 2,382 2,817 2,425

2,695

3,072

33 99 360 122 244 129 184 79 332 336 42 48 51 91 164 299 184

69 98 350 65 87 44 98 78 261 249 47 26 37 50 119 258 154

45 125 490 148 305 142 226 101 380 413 57 55 75 96 203 336 199

2,276 2,919 2,104 2,087 2,991 2,973 1,973 2,187 1,952 3,060 2,949 2,949 1,757 2,797

2,090

3,396

96 145

77

93 343 94 193 93 52 267 169 288 90 114 108 156 206 187 148 146

77

90 72 104 229 255 151 147

78 136 74 87 303 88 175 85 47 257 164 256 85 102 105 154 193 183 138 139

78 132 76 88 300 88 176 83 45 259 162 259 78 103 101 149 192 180 135 133

COUNTY 65 96 433 79 116 55 129 71 261 251 42 24 35 52 136 269 162

44 108 386 127 266 140 189 87 347 371 44 53 75 88 165 246 183

60 91 416 69 109 48 105 68 250 234 37 23 34 50 116 246 148

59 91 418 64 106 47 100 72 246 233 36 24 34 44 120 246 147

38 107 377 134 269 141 203 87 349 381 47 56 67 83 166 304 182

411 107 371 133 264 142 207 83 346 378 47 53 67 86 167 301 180

59 84 406 60 92 40 93 65 237 228 36 24 34 40 107 231 137

61 91 401 67 91 43 96 65 284 286 38 25 34 38 156 275 136

62 84 401 58 90 41 96 60 231 230 35 23 31 40 107 225 138

37 108 393 139 283 144 203 87 347 374 46 55 72 96 174 313 189

35 104 381 127 266 140 193 83 347 358 44 53 67 92 168 310 181

36 105 379 126 264 140 191 83 345 364 43 52 68 90 168 312 183

16 82 365 58 89 36 76 63 225 218 27 20 24 35 95 207 121

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEK, 1935-1936

246 THIRD DISTRICT

FEANKLIN

Alexander . . . Clinton Coulter Geneva Grant Hamilton Ingham Latimer Lee Marion Morgan Mott Oakland Osceola Reeve . . . Richland Ross Scott Washington No. 1 Washington No. 2 West Fork Wisner

... .

....

77 202 60 134 116 118 124 69 117 101 146 109 111 95 93 64 94 84 361 271 91 93

42 205 34 120

77

68 83 75 62 50 111 59 124 85 71 53 82 47 423 214 78 30

62 192 52 108 97 101 109 60 105 87 123 97 107 89 86 58 75 66 314 231 72 81

2,730 2,193 2,372

Total

35 192 34 113 66 55 76 65 47 45 95 49 93

72

69 49 75 30 386 181 72 22

70 200 57 113 101 114 101 65 114 89 158 97 129 93 85 61 83 79 313 238 81 78

1,92 ll 2,519

60 192 49 100 87 94 103 53 97 82 116 84 95 86 78 54 64 63 274 206 70 71

38 192 34 117 63 60 76 65 41 46 94 51 90 69 69 47 78 33 385 192 71 23

60 189 56 99 89 93 98 58 91 84 121 86 102 90 79 58 67 70 276 204 71 72

1,087! 2,178

1,934

2,213

78 100 85 79 154 116 47 117 250 78 548 86 78 152 111

108 113 92 80 274 163 96 187 346 117 406 71 72 110 73

37 188 34 116 59 81 74 68 40 55 87 55 79 73 72 49 78 31 411 197 77 26

39 199 22 120 65 58 81 63 43 45 93 48 94 67 67 48 81 31 398 188 75 24

Naglestad Rep.

Attorney General

O'Connor Dem.

Williams Rep.

Treasurer of State

Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Greenwalt Rep.

Storms Dem.

Auditor of State

Secretary of State

Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Kraschel Dem.

Lieutenant Governor

Governor

59 189 49 96 84 86 103 56 88 80 114 84 91 89 77 56 64 62 295 213 71 68

1,949! 2,174

32 187 27 110 64 54 66 63 51 46 97 40 99 66 64 48 74 34 362 172

75 24

1,855

GEUNDY Fairneld Beaver Pleasant Valley German Shiloh Cplfax Lincoln Grant Black Hawk... Washington. . . Palermo Melrose Felix Clay—Conrad. Clay—Beaman.

118 171 117 127 323 217 132 212 373 111 455 74

77

118 87 2,712

Total

68 113 94 82 164 108 62 116 258 92 580 100 79 151 109

110 119 95 86 280 165 103 197 352 116 423 68 69 112 72

66 103 83

76

163 107 54 108 241 84 549 93 82 155 109

119 127 98 107 314 187 109 196 365 118 451 77 85 121 85

71 106 84

70

143 111 54 115 238 84 544 88 69 150 103

101 107 89 80 257 157 93 181 339 115 390 69 70 110 70

71 101 80 78 148 107 50 115 239 77 538 84 77 149 106

109 111 87 74 262 150 92 194 338 118 400 67 74 105 72

69 98 80 75 147 110 50 114 240 75 529 86 74 153 108

2,176 2,367 2,073! 2,559 2,030 2,228 2,079 2,308 2,020 2,253

HAEDIN Etna Hardin ... . Iowa Falls—1st ward Iowa Falls—2d ward Alden Buckeye Ellis Jackson Clay Eldora Township Eldora Pleasant Tipton Sherman Concord Grant Providence . . . Union Wbitten Total

..

. . . . .

400 106 274 378 170 88 78 98 113 62 620 85 192 153 98 87 103 188 33

249 46 307 515 230 72 78 106 151 61 561 66 193 264 108 36 213 200 71

330 92 234 335 149 76 69 73 94 60 520 69 177 131 95 74 91 172 32

222 111 281 461 201 41 54 73 116 46 552 57 173 236 98 30 193 189 63

3,326 3,527 2,873 3,197

348 113 224 352 169 92 76 76 110 72 552 83 108 151 99 80 112 190 39

219 96 284 442 198 32 49 63 110 45 512 46 155 204 86 30 174 178 60

310 100 201 298 153 73 63 64 88 56 465 67 173 118 83 60 94 172 27

224 96 277 436 182 36 50 59 105 45 524 52 156 212 83 25 168 178 62

324 98 214 314 152 73 64 72 88 61 503 73 176 127 88 64 97 170 32

218 97 271 441 184 37 50 56 103 48 496 49 149 200 79 25 170 177 61

317 88 202 305 145 69 66 65 85 56 488 67 168 124 80 65 98 176 32

215 101 270 446 181 41 45 55 102 46 509 49 157 235 101 24 158 170 61

3,136 2,983 2,665 2,970 2,790 2,911 2,696 2,966

247

GENEEAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934 COUNTY

in

W

u

laussen Rep.

evens Rep

indig Rep.

ichards Dem.

irsons Dem.

W

si

illford Dem.

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court am ilton Dem.

W

oodruff Rep.

P

artin Rep.

uffman Dem.

Railroad Commissioner

unlap Dem.

elson Rep.

urray Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

u

o

gd O

41 172 36 120 71 71 69 60 43 55 89 54 84 73 73 46 63 44 362 179 67 21

38 142 42 93 68 90 92 51 77 70 102 87 77 95 72 49 67 44 286 231 66 68

60 251 45 125 74 68 88 79 32 52 106 61 86 69 75 53 89 59 431 194 75 28

2,354 1,909 1,959 1,901 1,902 l,905| 1,656 1,703 1,671 2,542 2,213 2,210 1,428 1.893

2.007

2,200

80 110 79 82 161 119 64 115 252 92 536 101 87 162 112

97 133 97 79 209 176 93 163 323 104 337 57 62 98 55

78 122 97 93 239 129 78 142 290 93 641 101 13 184 268

2,343 1,996' 2,079 2,064 2,032 2,053 2,001 1,999 1,986 2,120 2,069 2,075 1,868 2,152

2,083

2,478

231 89 269 419 181 39 44 52 104 42 513 58 156 197 86 29 161 169 63

74 150 213 91 34 51 54 61 43 416 66 115 113 60 45 86 146 29

26.5 87 273 416 182 28 27 58 111 47 629 50 164 210 79 21 186 198 63

2,901 2,906 2,437 2,396 2,821 2,697 2,307 2,311 2,262 3,109 2,991 2,969 2,170 2,902

2,180

3,092

60 201 52 108 95 97 110 60 113 76 129 90 113 90 78 58 74 66 298 238 75 73

49 182 45 90 70 78 92 46 80 70 106 77 98 87 71 51 62 55 243 175 68 64

36 181 31 109 59 52 71 63 88 52 92 46 87 68 70 49 72 36 382 171 72 22

52 183 44 85 65 66 86 44 77 69 106 72 94 82 71 48 64 55 236 170 67 65

49 190 25 114 59 50 79 61 35 47 92 48 80 62 77 47 77 33 385 198 69 25

39 186 23 112 65 48 80 62 41 41 91 54 83 65 71 46 74 31 394 204 71 24

43 165 30 80 60 66 74 35 55 47 94 64 93 87 57 46 52 54 190 145 64 55

37 167 38 77 66 69 75 43 66 50 89 66 88 86 63 46 54 50 201 146 66 60

42 169 34 77 62 64 73 40 67 51 84 68 87 85 58 42 53 51 200 144 64 56

53 210 54 137 91 93 103 85 69 80 127 81 97 64 96 59 92 51 516 266 84 34

50 194 37 128 71 84 94 64 56 71 103 64 93 67 79 49 86 47 450 221 76 29

47 193 38 131 73 84 93 67 58 69 109 61 93 66 81 S3 85 46 437 221 77 28

37 154 29 67 41 50 61 35 58 41 80 55 70 64 55 42 48 36 166 133 54 52

COUNTY 111 108 102 93 270 153 99 190 353 117 411 73 74 113 76

73 104 81 69 151 106 47 112 235 76! 525 83 77 ISO 107

96 88 75 70 251 143 79 172 330 112 370 63 63 98 69

98 95 76 75 245 140 77 168 325 111 367 61 63 98 65

71 107 80 77 147 107 48 119 237 75 530 90 81 156 107

70 107 88 76 154 103 52 123 243 76 530 90 82 151 108

97 94 71 68 237 131 77 174 320 107 347 67 60 88 63

102 92 66 66 237 131 74 178 327 107 346 63 59 87 64

96 92 71 67 235 130 75 178 318 107 344 62 60 87 64

75 109 82 79 172 115 53 119 247 81 542 90 83 161 112

74 104 80 77 162 110 50 112 241 81 533 91 83 160 111

75 104 80 77 161 112 52 112 244 79 535 91 83 160 110

90 87 73 63 223 125 67 167 311 89 327 54 50 80 62

COUNTY 321 107 218 341 164 77 72 77 96 57 502 70 176 130 103 72 113 173 32

213 93 265 435 181 34 47 54 105 46 500 51 155 210 81 29 175 172 60

290 88 185 281 123 54 54 60 72 52 434 65 152 112 83 57 88 158 29

282 87 181 276 117 53 56 56 71 50 417 64 159 109 81 61 84 165 27

2J2 92 270 437 185 28 40 53 99 44 520 50 153 202 80 24 163 85 64

231 97 280 444 193 28 42 58 97 44 353 52 149 202 80 26 171 85 65

275 81 173 266 119 49 55 54 67 43 396 64 151 117 81 57 84 148 27

266 81 174 257 126 62 56 61 65 48 372 65 153 112 82 56 83 147 28

265 77 174 261 125 61 49 61 62 48 371 64 148 113 78 53 81 145 26

245 106 292 455 195 46 45 60 104 49 569 60 158 200 88 27 168 177 65

229 101 266 435 190 43 46 58 101 51 544 58 157 199 86 31 162 169 65

233 100 277 434 195 41 45 56 105 48 513 55 158 199 84 29 165 171 61

263 82 165 248 114 58 51 55 53 45 341 58 148 108 72 53 79 150 27

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936

248

raiRD DISTRICT

MARSHALL

Bangor Eden Greencastle—No. 1 Greencastle—No. 2 Iowa Jefferson—No. 1 Jefferson—No. 2 Le Grand—No. 1 Le Grand—No. 2 . Liberty . Linn Liscomb Logan—No. 1 Logan—No. 2 Marietta Marion Minerva State Center Tavlor Timber Creek Vienna Washington Marshalltown—1st ward 2d ward . . 3d ward 4th ward 5th ward 6th ward

...

47 125 112 49 86 88 106 109 80 124 113 102 143 64 97 108 137 213 42 127 60 102 566 466 553 315 318 280

106 111 185 71 169 145 13 159 42 111 191 185 121 44 94 147 89 317 84 108 117 107 361 734 486 216 163 440

44 112 98 45 81 83 101 100 71 124 103 98 142 61 93 100 120 202 44 130 53 91 539 432 526 294 293 257

97 106 189 72 169 144 15 159 44 102 182 172 118 46 96 146 85 318 80 99 119 103 364 742 485 209 157 445

51 114 106 49 86 94 99 106 73 127 93 98 140 64 89 98 117 212 55 130 60 91 545 447 509 298 305 278

94 108 181 69 165 136 18 159 44 102 187 171 118 44 94 146 86 301 74 92 115 107 361 738 499 197 146 430

43 109 92 45 75 84 99 99 64 117 88 97 128 59 86 93 102 201 43 119 53 73 513 404 507 287 285 245

41 111 98 48 79 88 95 100 68 122 85 92 132 65 88 93 112 201 44 127 53 87 512 406 499 284 289 247

97 99 184 69 168 135 21 159 39 103 183 167 118 39 91 144 84 306 77 96 116 107 362 744 485 203 151 443

Naglestad Rep.

O'Connor Dem.

Attorney General

Williams Rep.

Hanson Rep. 94 106 185 71 167 138 18 156 40 102 181 167 120 44 89 145 84 302 77 96 119 116 353 743 486 198 150 447

Wegman Dem.

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State

Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Secretary of State

Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor

Kraschel Dem.

PRECINCTS

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

Governor

43 111 89 45 81 87 96 101 61 117 86 100 124 60 81 91 108 208 45 115 51 78 507 399 500 279 282 239

87 99 195 68 152 133 18 157 41 100 190 167 119 43 81 147 82 291 75 101 115 108 364 749 493 205 148 452

4,732 5,116 4,437 5,063 4,534 4,982 4,210 4,994 4,266 4,990 4,184 4,980

Total

TAMA Geneseo Clark Oneida East York West York Salt Creek Buckingham Perry Traer Carroll Otter Creek Richland Grant Crystal

. . .

Toledo Township T o l e d o ^ 1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Tama Township Tama— 1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Columbia Lincoln Sorine Creek Gladbrook Carlton Indian Villaee Highland Total

....

68 297 274 159 163 462 111 138 318 147 219 111 113 134 167 144 149 107 159 90 255 298 230 160 219 160 309 250 201 90

140 287 47 66 21 53 105 76 448 13 37 48 103 68 80 137 228 111 223 21 75 212 156 69 83 124 198 342 235 102

63 259 268 138 153 442 101 133 278 139 213 105 112 128 166 139 127 102 150 79 224 276 215 154 200 156 298 250 191 76

144 290 40 61 16 46 103

77

436 14 32 48 94 68 78 137 223 111 221 19 80 213 153 64 86 114 192 326 223 107

65 252 262 141 155 435 111 139 296 140 215 106 122 130 166 145 124 91 158 79 218 275 210 157 203 154 300 253 179 78

141 303 51 63 17 57 100 72 432 13 31 49 89 66 80 132 234 121 214 17 88 216 158 62 87 119 193 336 243 108

59 251 253 134 154 429 104 128 270 137 214 107 110 127 • 166 135 126 86 148 77 217 277 212 149 188 155 303 247 188 78

141 291 53 62 15 53 102

77

439 14 29 45 90 64 76 133 222 112 214 19 77 204 146 62 85 118 185 332 224 100

56 250 257 128 153 430 108 128 281 137 216 105 105 129 167 134 124 93 148 75 220 273 207 149 199 159 305 254 192 81

147 294 46 67 16 53 96 79 428 14 30 49 91 63

77

134 224 109 216 19 76 213 155 64 75 112 187 326 221 97

57 246 263 131 156 427 103 127 275 138 216 103 105 130 165 132 128 95 155 77 223 274 211 145 191 156 303 244 188 75

132 290 46 60 15 53 101 79 429 14 27 48 93 62 76 139 219 110 211 19 80 211 153 65 80 121 188 330 226 106

5,702 3,908 5,335 3,816 5,359 3,892 5,229 3,784 5,263 3,778 5,239 3,783

249

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W 92 102 188 68 166 137 16 157 37 101 184 166 130 41 90 141 84 304 78 96 110 112 392 787 505 212 166 474

w



Id O

94 101 185 66 172 135 20 159 35 104 179 166 122 50 88 137 81 306 79 95 109 111 371 766 485 206 153 451

30 88 68 42 56 70 89 90 55 98 55 84 113 52 57 87 95 178 27 114 49 74 422 290 438 260 227 178

95 109 197 70 178 138 21 156 35 93 211 168 128 50 92 142 83 309 78 95 114 114 405 855 556 226 189 499

4,271 5,010 3,988 3,870 4,980 5,136 3,883 3,869 3,814 5,034 5,038 5,021 3,761 5,026

3,486

5,406

112 186 319 214 92

59 206 193 118 148 421 102 120 225 126 208 103 90 109 163 137 121 85 129 97 218 250 195 141 188 147 287 231 168 68

142 331 93 89 25 60 112 94 511 25 35 50 123 81 87 138 230 120 231 22 84 230 169 84 99 125 203 353 242 112

5,308 3,748 5,081 5,025 3,815 3,785 5,001 4,983 4,973 3,766 3,736 3,748 4,761 3,612

4,853

4,300

53 112 98 47 84 90 96 99 65 116 84 102 129 60 81 97 114 197 45 124 59 83 514 405 501 284 289 243

89 105 187 67 167 132 17 159 39 103 184 165 124 46 94 143 89 309 78 98 111 112 359 737 494 204 151 447

43 105 89 45 71 82 96 91 61 114 82 92 122 60 80 91 100 194 41 117 48 78 476 363 483 271 272 221

42 111 101 45 70 79 99 92 57 109 80 90 114 58 74 87 98 189 42 109 48 74 455 336 467 265 272 207

96 100 188 68 165 134 18 157 36 102 178 166 118 45 87 140 82 305 79 95 110 108 366 745 484 207 152 449

41 100 90 46 68 76 93 93 61 108 75 93 113 57 74 91 106 185 40 113 47 72 474 354 464 268 271 210

44 94 82 44 67 78 92 92 59 118 78 89 111 57 75 84 99 184 43 118 46 67 469 357 470 268 268 216

41 96 84 45 68 80 92 89 56 109 78 88 112 56 71 88 96 183 40 115 49 67 457 345 461 266 266 216

95 104 184 66 166 136 20 157 37 102 185 164 121 47 93 138 79 304 78 96 110 111 362 766 493 206 154 460

92 108 191 67 165 137 21 160 39 103 182 167 122 46 92 140 79 303 78 93 108 113 365 762 496 203 148 458

97 105 187 66 162 132 20 155 38 106 179 167 121 46 92 137 85 304 78 94 110 111 365 767 492 205 143 457

41 100 82 47 64 82 87 89 54 114 75 91 108 52 72 87 91 184 38 114 47 68 444 335 465 258 258 214

illford Dem.

U

|g

Claussen Rep.

ichards Dem.

trsons Dem.

amilton Dem.

oodruflf Rep.

2



evens Rep.

W

Q

artin Rep.

ii

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court

indig Rep.

2

w

Railroad Commissioner

unlap Dem.

urray Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

COUNTY 64 255 256 134 154 432 105 135 283 139 220 102 110 128 170 132 125 96 151 75 219 283 203 150 200 160 301 256 192 78

135 292 50 60 15 51 100 71 432 13 26 48 92 62 75 140 219 109 211 19 79 206 146 63 76 119 188 324 223 104

59 238 234 130 153 424 102 129 260 139 213 102 104 121 162 125 116 92 134 75 213 270 194 143 190 154 300 246 184

75

60 241 251 128 152 421 102 128 260 136 217 102 105 120 159 123 111 82 128 74 197 262 192 139 188 152 295 247 174 79

135 302 52 65 16 52 98 75 436 14 29 48 90 69 78 138 221 112 221 19 79 205 151 68

77 118 186 330 229 102

132 288 47 64 18 54 96 75 429 14 28 47 86 66 79 137 221 113 226 19 85 209 154 69 80 120 186 325 219 99

59 242 243 127 152 417 103 127 257 136 213 102 97 119 159 122 121 84 133 73 206 257 186 143 187 145 296 245 180 70

57 235 245 125 151 416 100 127 255 136 213 100 97 120 158 125 119 89 128 74 201 259 184 141 184 144 302 248 176 74

58 236 244 125 152 418 100 127 250 135 215 100 94 118 161 122 116 89 128 75 199 263 184 148 186 149 290 246 178 67

133 285 54 6?. 17 49 95 77 427 14 28 46 92 65

133 296 55 59 16 49 95

77 417 16 29 46 91 64

133 291 53 58 17 46 91 76 420 16 27 46 95 64

77

77

77

140 217 115 215 19 78 200 159 63 78 117 188 326 228 102

139 208 110 215 19 79 195 162 64

142 209 112 213 19 79 206 162 67 75 114 186 322 226 106

74 119 187 323 223 99

49 225 233 118 150 407 98 124 236 139 206 100 87 113 145 116 115 76 122 75 189 238 169 145 183 137 289 240 165 72

135 282 54 59 16 45 93 73 408 13 27 44 86 64 73 134 204 99 198 17

77 193 156 62

77

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEB, 1935-1936

250 THIRD DISTRICT

WKlttHT

121 200 60 53

86 205 69 70

140 101

174 71

135 89

161 58

198 117 100

148 196 275 247 72 108 182 91 145 91 102 401 84 82 68 172

80 111 288 274 90 81 178 67 251 90 38 285 84 52 30 97

164 100 137

121 181 243 228 73 99 161 82 137 90 99 373 80 69 57 162

197 107 96

79 97 283 263 83 74 158 65 228 94 37 246 79 49 30 87

Total

Naglestad Rep.

O'Connor Dem.

Williams Rep, 193 105 93

152 95 135

203 113 98

134 79

162 66

133 84

159 61

125 78

168 70

159 59

108 174 231 218 67 97 149 70 111 86 87 336 78 66 51 159

75 88 286 256 79 73 148 54 232 95 44 280 78 46 31 87

114 176 236 223 70 96 150 73 114 87 91 347 79 68 51 159

98 182 49 54

70 90 265 255 79 72 153 54 224 93 33 245 76 46 29 89

201 67 67

88 95 284 273 90 71 152 68 226 95 49 259 81 46 38 86

100 177 229 205 62 99 143 63 112 86 87 344 75 65 45 155

3,627 3,217, 3,317 3,00l| 3,483 2,93l! 3,062 3,025 3,165 2,901 3,015 3,085

ALLAMAKEE

95 77 89 112 149 258 129 202 473 107 112 177 176 464 267 70 202 99 204 252 265

152 39 128 52 65 166 190 85 461 83 185 142 252 393 93 103 150 130 300 259 325

86 74 81 104 142 243 127 197 435 91 96 170 153 438 260 61 190 93 183 239 241

149 37 125 49 63 157 184 82 456 89 188 130 267 332 82 95 158 141 301 244 316

88 74 81 102 143 244 130 193 450 95 82 173 153 484 253 55 187 90 190 246 249

CO

157 40 126 50 67 149 186 86 467 89 200 135 278 360 89 104 156 146 303 244 320

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IS

O

W 82 75 77 101 139 239 124 195 440 94 73 161 145 441 254 59 179 87 182 239 239

160 35 124 51 68 152 187 85 466 88 203 140 285 385 84 100 157 148 301 248 322

aglestad Rep.

O

Attorney General

Treasurer of State

Connor Dem.

orms Dem.

W

Auditor of State

reenwalt Rep.

H

Secretary of State iller Dem.

raschel Dem.

W

itterson Rep.

urner Rep.

Lieutenant Governor

erring Dem.

Governor

Center Fairview Franklin French Creek Hanover low a Jefferson Lafayette Lansing Lin ton Ludlow Makee Paint Creek Post Taylor Union City Union Prairie Waterloo Waukon—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward

Wegman Dem. 164 100 139

FOURTH DISTRICT

PRECTNCTS

97

202 108 99

148 92

77 89 271 259 82 74 150 59 218 93 39 252 78 45 25 90

88 193 68 68

151 96 127

98 188 48 53

118 183 254 227 76 108 183 76 145 97 98 380 81 78 62 161

Attorney General

106 201 49 55

94 202 64 62

192 106 92

Treasurer of State

101 199 67 69

125 214 73 64

179 110 151

Hanson Rep.

Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Kraschel Dem.

105 215 73 68

Auditor of State

Secretary of State

illiams Rep.

Total

128 223 77 63

174 102 155

.. .

Lieutenant Governor

egman Dem.

Bclmond Blain , East. Blaine, West Boone Clarion—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Davton Eagle Grove—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward .... 4th ward Eagle Grove Township Grant Iowa Lake Liberty Lincoln Norway Pleasant Troy . . Wrnon . . . Wall Lake Woolstock

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Turner Rep.

Governor

83 72 74 102 135 241 123 194 448 92 76 166 145 441 257 57 183 91 184 242 249

158 33 128 50 72 153 186 84 458 87 198 133 288 389 83 97 156 145 302 249 315

82 75 78 103 137 241 125 195 435 94 73 160 140 447 255 63 189 86 183 237 242

163 35 125 50 68 149 187 87 483 86 199 135 296 377 82 97 155 148 303 250 327

3,979 3,75313,709 3,695 3,762 3.752M 3,625 3,789 3,655 3,764 3,640 3,802

251

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Railroad Commissioner

Congressman

77

U

wynne Rep.

illford Dem.

§1

12

W

[aussen Rep.

evens Rep.

ichards Dem.

irsons Dem.

amilton Dem.

W

oodruff Rep.

p

artin Rep.

uffman Dem.

3

unlap Dem.

elson Rep.

urray Dem.

!

Judges Supreme Court

O 73 167 53 63 183 97 84 155 57 68 86 256 226 74 58 133 49 205 86 28 198 78 40 28 85

88 161 44 56 140 91 120 118 88 107 181 225 216 62 97 147 72 112 86 83 321 74 52 43 144

69 239 79 64 221 119 103 183 65 76 89 280 263 80 69 160 54 228 97 35 235 71 51 34 89

3,272 2,878' 2,973 2,921 2,943 2,897 2,336 2,783 2,772 3,074 2,923 2,942 2,500 2,630

2,928

3,053

109 201 55 64 167 102 141 136 82 113 182 242 224 76 99 159 75 119 94 95 370 75 76 54 162

88 194 67 60 190 106 91 157 65 73 90 272 253 77 73 149 56 217 90 35 237 79 46 29 84

93 171 40 55 143 91 129 125 71 108 167 225 206 65 97 135 71 109 85 88 328 72 58 40 149

95 177 43 55 152 92 133 129 74 112 166 224 205 65 96 135 69 118 85 92 332 72 59 42 151

85 202 67 64 195 108 95 158 63 73 99 283 268 78 71 151 55 211 93 33 247 80 45 34 85

98 165 37 52 148 88 122 116 75 1C6 170 207 198 58 98 129 69 107 82 85 328 68 49 37 144

198 68 61 196 105 94 161 63 74 95 266 260 80 72 153 53 214 93 34 238 77 45 34 86

93 161 42 50 138 89 114 116 70 106 169 194 203 58 96 128 68 107 82 81 312 69 48 36 142

96 160 41 50 140 84 116 116 70 106 168 201 204 59 94 131 69 100 80 • 80 322 70 48 35 143

83 215 72 65 201 116 102 167 66 73 97 296 264 86 71 162 54 233 95 36 257 83 53 37 90

76 195 63 68 196 109 95 160 63 74 97 286 257 87 64 150 54 223 95 35 244 80 48 35 88

78 202 64 64 198 110 92 158 61 75 94 284 249 88 63 147 54 220 95 38 242 81 47 32 87

77 141 33 40 120 75 106 109 64 100 157 189 184 52 88 118 62 88 70 75 288 65 34 34 131

COUNTY

ichards Dem.

irsons Dem.

amilton Dem.

oodruff Rep.

iartin Rep.

2

W

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161 162 35 35 128 125 50 50 65 67 154 150 186 186 86 87 459 461 88 88 194 195 136 135 291 . 286 378 379 79 79 98 100 154 152 149 151 302 296 241 243 321 324

U

w

Is-

164 34 119 48 68 148 180 82 458 85 194 125 283 367 78 97 126 152 286 239 299

97 78 81 108 147 266 136 200 494 96 99 169 172 494 264 73 194 106 195 262 260

151 34 122 51 65 168 185 89 449 92 197 143 276 367 90 100 159 136 305 244 331

3,638 3,767 3,549 3,550 3,796 3,783 3,490 3,453 3,449 3,797 3,757 3,749 3,288 3,632

3,991

3,754

80 73 78 101 136 244 124 190 444 93

78 166 141 440 253 56 182 90 180 238 251

158 36 124 51 74 151 185 86 458 89 193 132 292 391 83 99 156 140 302 245 322

79 73 76 100 137 234 122 189 434 89 74 162 140 430 252 55 178 82 171 233 239

80 74 74 100 136 233 121 190 432 95 76 161 141 428 254 56 176 85 167 234 237

160 36 120 50 71 155 187 87 467 87 199 137 292 383 81 99 158 151 304 247 325

160 36 121 50 66 155 189 86 462 86 197 132 288 385 82 99 157 146 304 251 331

79 74 75 98 135 233 118 187 427 89 70 160 140 421 251 54 177 81 167 227 227

80 74 71 96 135 230 119 187 419 85 69 157 138 422 250 52 173 82 164 228 222

80 73 73 98 136 229 117 186 420 89 71 158 137 417 250 52 174 80 161 223 225

163 35 126 51 66 151 188 85 465 88 109 137 292 381 83 100 157 150 303 249 328

78 71 66 92 130 224 111 182 413 84 61 153 122 398 239 47 153 78 154 220 212

ierman Dem.

W

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court laiissen Rep.

Q

uffman Dem.

urray Dem.

unlap Dem.

Railroad Commissioner

evens Rep.

Secretary of Agriculture

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER, 1935-1936

FOURTH DISTRICT

]BUCHANAN

Buffalo Byron Cono Fairbank Fremont Hazleton Homer Jefferson Liberty Madison Middlefield Newton Perry Sumner Washington . Westburg Independence—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward 5th ward Total

156 287 112

181 197 80

144 267 108

177 205 79

155 270 103

85

136 259 99

185 209 88

140 250 89

183 219 101

Naglestad Rep.

Attorney General O'Connor Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep. 178 204

Wegman Dem.

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Kraschel Dem.

Lieutenant Governor

Governor

WilUams Rep.

252

135 267 100

180 202 85

351 127 278 176 202

213 86 221 178 193

338 124 249 124 189

205 84 223 178 189

351 125 255 172 190

204 83 227 179 190

333 121 232 164 187

211 84 230 180 188

335 121 236 163 183

213 84 231 178 197

338 122 240 161 188

205 84 225 177 185

167 292

229 262

142 271

240 247

138 285

242 249

132 263

242 253

133 263

240 247

129 268

239 247

179 153 328 90 362 182 293 179 193 236 96

52 85 373 128 240 71 257 224 274 152 153

170 142 309 83 334 169 276 172 176 222 88

50 89 375 128 242 71 245 222 277 158 156

171 134 316 92 343 177 279 182 183 222 90

53 89 368 128 247 69 251 215 269 156 156

168 131 295 85 319 167 266 168 174 212 87

53 96 376 128 250 72 250 224 275 161 157

168 132 306 89 319 169 277 167 170 215 89

55 97 380 127 251 75 256 224 277 159 156

166 131 297 85 321 165 274 175 172 215 89

55 95 372 128 248 70 250 218 272 160 155

4,439 3,849 4,097 3,840 4,233 3,842 3,998 3,912 4,014 3,950 4,038 3,852

CEREO GrORDO Bath Clear Lake—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Clear Lake Township Dougherty Falls-Plymouth Falls-Rock Falls Geneseo Grant Grimes-Meservey Grimes-Thornton Lake Lime Creek Lincoln Mason City—1 wd., 1 pet 1st ward, 2d precinct... 2d ward, 1st precinct.., 2d ward, 2d precinct 3d ward, 1st precinct.. 3d ward, 2d precinct... 4th ward, 1st precinct.. • 4th ward, 2d precinct.. Mason Mason—West Mason Mount Vernon Owen Pleasant Valley Portland Union Total

96 178 221 257 196 332 92 68 287 86 92 184 110 140 66 429 327 555 419 500 559 444 327 92 72

75

101 125 90 43

81 363 215 308 138 18 160 123 262 76 121 147 115 107 81 404 343 657 351 411 377 400 193 82 34 64 63 125 101 28

91 169 206 243 ' 179 317 95 61 261 94 86 154 103 136 60 418 299 538 393 476 514 436 290 78 74 68 95 116 84 40

80 356 217

308

126 19 160 120 253 69 111 144 108 104 77 421 344 638 349 407 379 395 192 86 44 61 53 119 94 26

106 164 204 241 178 318 101 66 271 100 93 157 112 130 66 403 299 526 395 463 534 434 296 88 74 69 97 126 88 46

88 356 217 317 134 20 160 119 246

74

104 148 105 99

77

410 350 656 366 425 390 391 203 82 36 61 59 113 92 20

88 152 183 216 164 310 94 64 246

77

78 129 95 123 57 351 275 471 347 406 484 382 275 73 68 59 95 114 78 35

86 374 236 334 141 21 160 117 249 69 110 158 112 103 82 438 358 697 394 448 409 410 209 91 36 64 54 116 93 27

98 155 200 219 167 313 97 64 257 85 82 132 98 130 58 340 276 486 365 428 503 409 277 78 71 66 98 117 79 40

83 368 220 324 131 21 155 116 244 71 107 151 105 98 80 466 357 683 377 441 392 402 200 86 34 58 51 113 96 25

88 158 197 235 173 315 93 62 259 84 83 130 98 124 59 391 294 511 368 443 513 440 294 78 67 65 95 115 76 36

80 367 220 315 126 18 158 115 238 69 103 143 102 94 75 428 350 659 377 427 384 381 192 86 36 58 50 110 99 21

6,563 5,948 6..174 5,860 6,245 5,918 5,589 6,196 5,788 6,055 5,944 5.881

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253

COUNTY

133 245 98 333 120 228 162 183 127 255 164 132 298 84 313 160 274 166 164 206 83

129 244 95 327 119 233 162 181 128 255 164 130 292 83 309 153 257 169 163 200 82

178 219 86 208 83 226 175 190 235 242 54 94 375 128 254 79 238 217 278 166 158

130 246 95 329 119 224 165 183 125 260 165 130 289 86 312 158 258 166 161 200 82

131 241 94 322 118 224 159 180 124 253 161 128 295 83 301 156 258 162 158 199 80

128 243 93 320 118 222 164 180 122 253 161 127 291 83 303 157 257 164 160 198 80

180 219 89 209 85 230 177 192 238 242 56 94 368 126 254 72 257 223 277 169 161

184 215 87 207 84 227 173 192 235 240 55 94 360 128 251 69 248 225 273 168 159

185 215 85 213 84 228 175 194 238 242 55 93 368 126 249 71 249 221 275 165 160

123 233 93 313 114 215 160 180 115 247 162 126 280 81 286 155 239 153 154 190 74

Benson Rep.

Bierman Dem.

Claussen Rep.

Powers Dem.

Stevens Rep.

Kindig Rep.

Evans Rep.

Richards Dem.

Parsons Dem.

Hamilton Dem.

WoodruflE Rep.

Martin Rep.

178 215 85 205 85 225 179 190 236 242 56 94 371 127 254 72 250 220 276 162 159

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court

181 212 82 209 82 225 175 185 234 237 52 93 364 127 250 69 254 212 274 162 156

154 240 95 345 124 260 166 186 233 281 162 137 321 80 324 166 268 180 187 219 88

187 233 89 211 87 224 183 195 246 252 58 93 357 131 249 68 271 223 271 163 162

4,060 3,849 3,928 3,875 3,881 3,883 3,883 3,827 3,824 3,918 3,874 3,891 3,693 3,835

4,216

3,953

73 367 214 307 130 18 155 119 220 64 109 153 100 97 75 431 347 670 382 435 398 391 199 85 35 62 46 117 96 24

101 158 199 239 177 310 92 63 261 97 89 152 116 132 66 376 287 536 378 462 540 420 281 85 74 88 109 130 94 47

85 374 223 322 138 20 160 120 263 80 109 159 104 111 81 434 357 628 367 429 380 383 206 85 32 56 48 117 91 28

6,094 5,771 5,464 5,326 5,998 6,197 5,322 5,287 5,287 6,174 6,025 5,995 5,048 5,919

6,159

5,990

138 258 104 333 123 243 170 193 127 269 168 136 304 84 324 168 280 174 168 210 86

181 202 86 205 84 225 175 183 242 249 53 92 373 127 242 69 249 218 277 159 158

Huffman Dem.

Railroad Commissioner Dunlap Dem.

Nelson Rep.

Murray Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

COUNTY 96 169 191 239 176 313 93 68 265 96 85 140 114 134 69 386 297 513 375 453 517 437 292 84 72 69 99 125 87 40

85 82 353 148 222 190 312 221 155 126 21 307 157 93 112 57 241 234 66 82 75 102 144 126 99 94 95 114 72 56 400 336 342 271 650 448 363 • 327 418 408 379 473 372 387 195 273 83 72 34 64 58 61 50 88 112 106 92 74 22 36

84 144 183 212 149 305 91 57 203 80 75 113 90 105 53 329 262 435 339 408 475 381 270 70 63 53 89 107 68 33

84 369 220 311 130 21 155 109 239 68 106 152 102 93

77

426 357 693 393 439 399 404 200 89 35 55 48 106 97 21

86 373 231 327 137 21 157 114 241 66 109 165 106 95 81 439 366 718 329 499 423 417 216 91 36 61 52 112 103 26

74 146 191 209 150 306 88 57 222 82 68 127 91 112 55 338 264 438 326 395 458 372 271 73 61 55 89 100 72 32

74 143 187 209 147 305 88 54 220 76 66 118 87 112 55 329 265 443 325 389 475 369 270 72 64 51 88 102 70 34

72 145 187 207 149 305 87 52 221 78 66 122 88 108 56 329 259 442 322 388 483 365 272 71 62 55 89 103 70 34

87 370 222 321 133 23 160 116 247 65 114 151 103 108 81 452 363 702 390 460 419 411 203 81 35 61 52 119 99 26

78 369 218 313 127 20 160 116 226 63 109 149 99 102 82 431 359 680 382 451 424 406 201 80 34 59 51 113 97 26

80 368 217 310 129 20 160 117 232 63 111 149 102 105 82 438 358 664 383 445 398 400 199 83 34 59 50 113 99 27

73 138 183 204 137 300 89 50 205 71 64 102 81 105 52 318 253 422 303 389 449 364 246 66 62 51 81 92 66 32

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEK, 1935-1936

FOURTH DISTRICT

CHICKASAW

Utica Jacksonville Washington—No. 1 Washington—No. 2 Deerfield Chickasaw Dayton . . New Hampton—No. 1 New Hampton—No. 2 Stapleton Frederic ksburg Dresden Richland Bradford Total

325 213 191 202 159 266 208 795 211 425 235 110 61 316 3,717

173 272 134 58 60 205 85 715 128 137 314 103 125 527

304 197 185 19S 169 253 204 772 198 404 222 103 58 275

176 271 125 46 47 206 76 694 129 127 309 101 124 527

305 198 186 195 173 256 203 788 196 405 229 108 66 284

179 277 134 56 55 211 79 695 144

127

303 100 115 523

302 197 178 199 157 253 212 781 183 401 214 103 58 285

77

674 133 124 303 98 118 521

299 203 176 199 164 249 207 816 193 406 207 101 62 370

3,036 3,542 2,958 3,592 2,998 3,523 2,920 3,652

176 262 130 42 47 209 75 650 129 128 308 104 114 519

Naglestad Rep.

Attorney General

O'Connor Dem.

Hanson Rep. 174 271 130 42 49 206

Williams Rep.

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State

Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Secretary of State

Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor

Kraschel Dem.

Turner Rep.

PRECINCTS

Herring Dem.

Governor

Wegman Dem.

254

300 191 179 195 163 255 202 770 188 395 211 102 58 279

181 277 133 44 44 199 76 692 128 128 305 99 112 517

2,893 3,488 2,935

CLAYTON Boardman Buena Vista Cass Clayton Cox Creek Elk Farmersburg Garnavillo Giard Grand Meadow Highland Jefferson Littleport Lodomillo Luana Mallory Marion Mendon—1st p r e c i n c t . . . . Mendon—2d precinct MUlville Monona Read Sperry Volga Wagner Total

740 90 387 126 117 118 232 252 155 108 85 633 173 124 141 171 88 237 429 108 394 131 250 187 119

367 30 322 64 88 94 96 173 126 84 135 223 125 211 58 90 125 165

477

115 327 61 195 135 173

720 83 385 117 114 105 224 246 150 105 81 615 162 108 139 155 86 236 428 101 386 138 240 170 108

349 32 315 65 87 93 91 168 122 83 133 205 114 203 57 83 130 160 445 111 333 60 190 125 172

735 77 384 115 116 106 233 254 151 110 85 613 162 108 136 159 90 239 445 108 387 141 244 162 109

344 39 313 67 84 98 86 165 122 83 132 211 120 208 61 81 126 157 431 109 330 62 193 133 173

702 S3 371 116 112 96 233 242 147 104 79 617 151 102 132 152 83 243 437 105 376 137 235 156 106

5,595 4,059 5,402 3,926| 5,469 3,928 5,317

361 29 325 66 86 106 88 171 126 86 134 206 123 210 61 84 132 152 429 108 336 61 192 132 173

704 84

361 28 317 63 83 105 87 164 126 86 132 208 123 214 59 81 130 151 408 109 333 59 189 129 174

717 83 382 116 118 100 225 245 148 102 77 622 152 104 136 153 81 242 428 108 380 135 235 158 102

3,977 5,376 3,919

5,349

377

118 115 95 232 249 146 105 80 612 158 98 136 154 85 244 464 104 378 136 237 160 105

348 29 314 60 83 99 89 167 121 89 133 196 121 212 59 79 135 151 435 105 330 61 190 133 176

DELAWAEE Adams Bremen Coffins Grove Colony Delaware Delaware—Oneida Delhi Earlville—Oneida Edge wood—Honey Creek. Elk Hazel Green Hopkinton—South F o r k . .. Manchester—1st w a r d . . . . 2d ward 3d ward MUo North Fork Oneida Prairie Richland Sand Spring—South Fork. Thorpe—Honey C r e e k . . . . Union Total

315 268 164 221 101 65 247 167 119 211 209 215 219 277 202 93 143 51 142 219 73 65 113

106 26 100 142 89 51 176 259 173 233 121 212 188 435 257 92 28 67 59 97 26 49 85

283 266 146 213 83 60 225 147 106 208 192 197 182 223 163 75 134 47 119 204 71 53 103

114 25 104 146 95 52 179 261 171 219 145 219 197 458 281 102 26 67 74 93 28 57 93

281 257 143 216 83 49 222 132 99 192 197 194 171 214 164 81 124 45 122 203 71 53 106

3,899 3,O7l| 3,500l 3,206 3,419

120 30 105 145 95 60 178 273 168 231 152 223 205 474 284 107 27 70 73 94 28 59 91

273 260 133 211 77 51 220 126 99 184 186 1*0 155 198 146 72 122 33 108 201 69 49 92

120 27 107 145 101 57 176 281 173 226 147 277 210 481 291 106 26 76 85 92 29 59 102

277 262 134 214 71 48 215 133 88 185 185 178 157 195 143 70 123 33 109 196 70 51 90

280 258 139 208 77 53 208 131 91 183 183 183 164 198 143 69 122 35 106 201 69 49 92

113 27 104 145 100 57 181 272 174 227 149 223 206 482 294 111 27 77 90 98 28 62 97

3,292|| 3,245 3,394 3,227| 3.4171 3,242

3,344

117 28 110 148 106 61 181 279 177 235 152 242 209 489 297 113 29 78 85 98 28 59 96

255

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934 COUNTY

178 270 132 42 47 201 78 689! 137 124 308 102 118 527

284 173 161 192 155 233 195 732 177 380 197 97 62 253

Congressman

to

w

Iaussen Rep.

evens Rep.

indig Rep.

ichards Dem.

irsons Dem.

Judges Supreme Court amilton Dem.

oodruff Rep.

W

r

P

[artin Rep.

uffman Dem.

2

Railroad Commissioner

unlap Dem.

elson Rep.

[urray Dem.

[ Secretary of I Agriculture

£

d .

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170 262 120 38 46 198 69 644 119 74 296 97 101 455

321 186 191 191 170 264 211 743 189 411 234 111 69 288

171 296 140 60 65 205 78 687 152 139 311 101 115 510

3,488 2,953 3,291 3,162 2,965 3,166 3,130 3,124 3,114 2,868 2,837 2,834 2,905 2,689

3,579

3,030

322 31 316 60 78 96 86 160 117 90 122 184 110 203 62 82 127 154 426 107 327 64 184 128 159

643 73 377 114 121 98 224 235 160 103 71 638 163 108 131 163 88 237 449 108 401 141 238 161 103

496 50 328 70 88 110 105 188 118 93 158 215 135 220 68 83 154 167 436 112 323 71 213 157 187

5,300 3,973 5,214 5,213 3,992 3,949 5,193 5,166 5,149 3,956 3,916 3,916 4,932 3,795

5,348

4,345

269 252 142 218 73 49 234 175 104 199 180 178 164 215 155 70 137 40 100 204 71 47 84

131 31 110 143 104 62 177 243 176 235 158 247 201 472 288 120 25

297 190 179 198 165 253 202 769 180 411 210 100 61 273

263 173 157 189 160 239 193 715 176 299 191 96 61 250

184 265 128 45 50 203 72 690 134 137 313 103 116 525

219 272 137 50 47 208 78 714 143 225 318 106 116 533

287 173 157 184 156 233 190 721 182 286 186 88 57 230

288 168 153 187 160 234 192 722 169 282 190 92 56 231

287 171 154 189 157 229 189 723 170 282 188 88 56 231

178 274 129 44 49 202 74 681 124 82 313 112 113 493

175 268 126 43 51 202 73 676 121 82 308 113 113 486

170 271 126 40 53 199 74 676 124 82 312 113 113 481

282 156 144 178 139 216 189 663 153 276 174 79 49 207

COUNTY 699 84 383 116 114 99 222 237 147 100 79 627 151 107 133 152 82 243 419 105 386 135 228 150 102

365 31 319 61 85 101 92 176 126 91 131 198 124 208 61 82 133 148 440 108 327 59 193 139 175

687 77 373 113 112 96 222 237 148 101 81 605 150 99 131 151 83 243 414 106 372 135 229 149 100

693 81 373 113 111 95 220 236 146 101 81 608 150 93 130 151 82 249 411 103 370 133 230 149 104

361 43 322 64 87 100 87 170 124 87 130 210 120 209 64 85 130 154 443 109 338 60 190 131 174

357 31 320 63 86 101 91 172 123 88 130 200 117 212 64 85 130 147 454 108 338 62 191 134 145

684 82 366 113 114 100 219 240 145 100 77 610 148 95 128 151 83 235 419 104 369 126 226 154 105

679 81 362 113 113 94 219 238 145 102 80 603 149 92 130 150 83 235 419 103 369 131 225 147 104

679 80 365 111 112 90 218 234 144 100 80 608 146 90 130 156 84 234 410 102 368 128 225 152 103

354 30 319 63 85 101 88 165 126 92 130 204 118 210 66 84 132 155 442 108 335 64 193 128 164

346 30 316 61 85 102 85 166 124 88 130 196 118 208 62 84 133 155 441 107 333 61 190 126 169

345 29 312 63 85 100 89 167 124 89 128 199 118 208 62 81 134 155 438 107 334 62 191 123 173

646 75 362 106 103 83 212 219 140 90 78 585 135 91 124 152 84 223 378 102 363 122 217 143 99

COUNTY 278 257 140 214 75 49 209 133 93 191 186 188 156 199 141 74 123 33 112 201 68 51 95

118 28 108 140 103 60 181 278 175 226 149 219 205 483 296 110 26

77 79 95 29 58 100

269 244 132 208 69 48 206 120 87 178 181 171 146 177 134 71 118 33 100 188 68 48 85

266 238 129 205 68 46 204 126 83 172 181 173 145 175 129 64 119 37 98 189 68 49 90

120 27 116 145 103 58 186 279 179 234 152 234 210 492 296 106 29 78 84 103 27 61 98

118 29 116 146 101 60 187 277 177 234 149 230 208 488 295 108 26 75 80 99 26 59 99

261 247 127 204 63 48 194 118 S3 172 177 172 142 167 126 66 117 35 96 192 68 44 87

259 244 126 217 60 48 202 123 81 170 171 172 148 168 128 65 118 34 92 190 66 44 81

257 244 129 212 61 48 198 123 86 171 173 165 140 170 128 63 120 36 94 191 67 42 87

123 29 120 146 111 56 189 279 188 233 151 225 208 491 305 113 27 75 88 101 29 63 101

120 30 116 148 104 55 185 274 184 231 154 225 205 477 295 107 25 74 84 99 28 62 100

120 29 114 147 104 56 187 275 174 229 152 224 204 477 292 110 24 74 84 99 28 63 98

250 235 121 203 54 46 191 114 75 162 167 161 134 156 116 65 114 29 86 185 63 38 81

120 30 111 138 101 50 174 263 172 222 148 218 193 461 284 101 24 76 85 90, 27 57, 98

3,266 3,343 3,081 3,054 3,417 3,387, 3,006 3,007 3,005 3,451 3,382 3,364 2,846 3,243 3,360

77 91 101 28 60 108 3,388

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTER, 1935-1936

FOURTH DISTRICT

FAYETTE

Auburn Banks.... Bethel Center Clcrmont Dover Eden Fairfield Fayette Fremont Harlan Illyria Jefferson .. Oelwein—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Oran Pleasant Valley Putnam Scott Smithfield Union... Westfield West Union—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Windsor Total

77

296 90

98 125 131 222 95 279 262

121 93 190 249 217 254 150

183 208 166 304 333 314 429 107 247 77 70 82 135 130 151 135 165 242

216 175 169 334 267 144 301 137 164 47 81 68 109 99 246 209 184 249

171 201 153 302 315 304 414 103 227 75 62 67 128 114 140 126 132 230

214 166 168 326 278 138 290 138 169 48 84 74 109 98 244 204 187 241

211 166

278 85

259 95 127 129 232 92 280 250

81 130 91 192 241 224 258 162

164 201 145 270 309 206 402 106 229 76 62 63 125 118 136 129 135 217

224 170 176 359 290 153 313 135 170 51

215 153

272 108

77

79 118 96 255 203 196 269

90 126 118 217 83 277 248

69 126 93 192 247 228 258 157

267 94 128 120 209 81 287 241

72 125 89 189 258 226 247 166

159 189 135 272 297 306 402 102 221 71 51 60 116 117 134 121 127 210

219 170 181 354 290 145 303 137 167 50 81 76 118 94 251 205 198 249

160 195 134 245 293 288 390 103 219 69 53 60 118 113 128 120 125 223

199 156

283 97

196 154

Naglestad Rep.

Attorney General O'Connor Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Storms Dem. 267

Wegman Dem,

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State

Greenwalt Rep.

Patterson Rep.

262

207 181

75 118 95 194 247 226 264 159

281 105 123 140 234 96 288 275

Miller Dem.

Secretary of State

Lieutenant Governor Kraschel Dem.

Turner Rep.

PRECINCTS

Herring Dem.

Governor

Williams Rep.

256

290 97

267 90 123 112 204 76 275 252

201 151

71 129 89 196 266 234 251 155

220 167 184 376 300 166 324 135 170 54 74

150 190 137 239 292 293 378 103 212 68 56 58 107 116 131 112 131 210

227 168 184 384 308 156 336 137 174 52 75 77 127 95 255 213 195 258

77

118 101 254 207 196 239

277 97

5,408 4,963 5,115 4,890 5,015 5,093 4,871 5,038 4,813 5,121 4,734 5,186

FLOYD Cedar Charles City—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Floyd Niles Pleasant Grove Riverton . . . Rockf ord .... Rock Grove Rudd St Charles Scott Ulster Union Total

55 274 364 322 264 201 105

105 352 459 367 306 217 119

51 251 352 299 238 111 98

92 344 454 349 295 208 108

235 286 156 205 105 119 194

257 348 202 238 80 150 245

304 244 138 189 102 108 189

336 317 190 234

123 98

105 138

118 87

101 147

77

140 232

57 275 380 316 262 192 112

126 102

319 266 152 202 107 108 188

90 331 433 335 282 204 107

50 240 343 296 229 175 92

93 352 455 337 292 207 112

50 238 350 294 237 175 92

91 351 444 336 288 209 109

47 244 345 296 229 175 90

90 343 452 337 295 204 99

326 337 185 237

289 222 130 185 100 93 184

334 332 187 238 76 147 229

293 231 138 185 103 99 179

331 320 182 234 74 145 231

294 231 135 186 99 94 183

331 316 179 236 75 148 229

95 142

76

149 230

109 87

104 145

109 89

103 141

110 92

100 138

3,106 3,688 2,945 3,624 3,164 3,559 2,824 3,640 2,862 3,589 2,850 3,572

HOWAED Albion Forest City Chester Oak Dale Jamestown Saratoga Howard Center Vernon Springs Cresco—1st ward. . . 2d ward 3d ward New Oregon—No. 1. New Oregon—No. 2. Paris—No. 1 Paris—No. 2 Howard—No. 1 Howard—No. 2 Afton—No. 1 Afton—No. 2 Total.

92 121 105 65 171 129 109 202 237 313 293 181 273 161 158 258 103 364 41

154 404 186 69 213 115 108 125 144 401 340 60 72 38 102 128 26 135 48

80 119 101 69 166 132 98 193 212 285 281 172 272 159 157 232 98 361 41

142 399 179 59 207 101 102 120 135 394 333

71 119 99 64 163 130 98 178 200 287 273 163 272 162 154 247 97 360 39

1461 393 176 59 202 98 95 124 128 383 335

65 118 102 66 167 125 101 180 200 280

53 77

34 102 118 19 118 53

167 278 162 156 242 96 364 36

3,376 2,868 3,228 2,758 3,326 2,721 3,176

2,713

3,182

50

75 37 102 124 24 123 52

81 135 100 66 171 128 104 198 210 316 289 168 279 167 161 249 99 362 43

144 384 178 63 210 105 101 127 134 378 327 57 70 29 100 117 23 120 54

277

149 395 179 58 202 107 97 126 130 391 328 51 74 35 102 119 19 119 53

70 121 99 66 164 126 100 181 207 298 271 168 275 163 155 241 98 365 37

2,734 3,205

145 391 174 55 205 108 100 128 126 375 330 50 74 31 105 120 23 118 53

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209 254 160 256 108 223 146 183 345 276 144 318 141 156 54 71 74 109 97 233 193 187 242

4,836 6,057 4,493 4,469 5,213 5,246 4,508 4,400 4,440 5,066 4,960 4,963 4,093 4,615

5,405

4,902

75 67 60

113 119 127 115 129 214

259 86 122 106 189 78 245 231 189 152 148 179 125 224 267 274 357 99 200 66 49 56 104 110 114 106 127 207

74 130 86 201 264 220

274 153 282 95 225 172 183 394 317 168 330 138 172 52

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73 118 95 258 209 198 255

73 127 89 193

276 218 283 157 290 97 224 172 179 397 323 165 337 137 176 52 72 74 120 96 266 205 195 253

262 88 112 107 198 80 261 227 192 148 143 183 134 227 285 287 361 99 201 64

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55 99 109 11* 107 115 199

253 85 112 105 195 78 258 229 186 143 138 181 126 233 269 280 367 99 199 59 40 56 90 100 114 98 114 193

254 87 112 105 201 78 264 224 186 146 137 181 128 232 273 279 360 98 198 60 45 58 96 100 113 104 118 203

72 125 92 192 260 221 253 157 280 96 221 166 172 365

297 147 317 135 175 56 75 73 122 96 254 202 192 253

71 123 87 193

251 218 248 153 277 93 216 165 164 353 281 144 312 130 173 52 74 69 120 96 248 203 194 252

72 123 88 192 251 219 250 151 279 93 223 166 170 355 285 141 310 134 170 53 67 70 124 95 251 198 189 244

236 76 104 100 186 75 248 208 172 132 125 169 114 210 247 253 328 92 191 55 40 54 93 91 106 90 102 196

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44 224 325 262 199 153 80 105 75 265 206 117 158 86 83 168

44 221 312 261 193 152 83 103 72 264 202 122 153 88 81 162

94 349 441 334 294 206 101 95 145 336 322 181 245 72 134 233

94 345 443 283 289 198 102 95 145 329 318 184 246 73 141 230

44 195 275 226 165 143 71 96 62 235 175 112 149 81

90 324 427 304 267 190 90 93 124 308 278 175 226 68 128 214

58 294 392 330 271 179 109 111 94 329 250 166 194 102 124 174

92 324 419 328 292 220 104 106 143

2,908 3,598 2,718 2,648 3,586 3,593 2,586 2,550 2,513 3,613 3,582 3,515 2,253 3,306

3,177

3,561

244 343 298 226 189 101 113 91 301 227 147 185 109 104 184

93 347 451 338 293 206 106 99 140 329 330 180 241 72 144 229

46 232 328 293 224 165 91 107 81 281 211 124 172 98 90

175

41 226 323 281 213 165 86 105 81 269 207 123 170 94 91 173

88 345 452 317 291 211 101 96 140 339 329 187 242 71 146 231

94 353 453 303 294 210 105 96 144 343 329 189 237 69

142 232

42 226 320 265 203 157 82 105 73 270 210 124 166 91 87 165

91 351 444 341 298 205 103 96 145 342 324 182 247 75 140 229

77

147

317 329 181 241

79 130 256

COUNTY 64 114 88 62 160 123 96 173 191 266 250 159 270 154 156 235 98 341 34

77

49

135 111 59 184 135 104 201 232 332 295 174 283 166 165 241 108 373 50

158 390 169 65 200 101 107 141 128 390 342 59 75 36 101 142 21 140 51

3,228 2,713 3,086 3,084 2,723 2,703 3,025 3,034 3,023 2,754 2,719 2,724 2,886 2,618

3,425

2,816

74 125 103 61 167 133 101 188 208 294 269 166 270 169 156 240 96 370 38

147 390 172 61 200 101 97 125 133 376 333 52 78 28 105 123 21 118 53

68 118 90 63 160 121 97 173 202 271 255 160 270 160 157 239 98 351 33

66 118 89 64 160 125 97 171 192 278 253 159 268 160 156 239 100 352 37

142 389 175 60 207 107 97 131 129 388 333 54 72 34 101 114 19 121 50

145 391 174 58 205 104 97 126 128 388 335 52

71

34 101 115 17 111 51

65 114 87 65 159 124 96

176

198 267 249 159 267 155 155 238 97 321 33

64 113 91 62 160 122 95 175 191 261 255 156 270 155 156 235 97 334 31

147 394 179 60 209 107 102 121 131 395 333 50 70 35 104 116 21 127 53

143 391 174 60 205 108 102 123 131 384 328 49

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142 391 174 60 209 107 102 124 127 388 327 51 73 35 103 113 21 125 52

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137 378 164 61 207 103 99 121 124 358 313

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258

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FOURTH DISTRICT

MITCHELL

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99

80

97

83

70

94

74

92

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Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep. 88

Attorney General

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor Kraschel Dem.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Turner Rep.

Governor

71

87

136 169 36 182

111 85 63 340

122 165 37 181

101 76 60 337

133 176 41 182

98 76 63 325

107 158 39 166

105 78 62 333

110 171 38 175

103 73 64 325

106 160 40 165

105 73 60 328

99 133

131 97

98 120

122 97

99 124

120 92

93 110

122 101

95 111

121 96

94 111

121 91

115 75 162 145 160 143 143

79 57 238 220 228 219 162

93

83

394 328 99 122 67

86 284 82 92 98

108 67 138 128 129 133 116

72 53 223 211 220 201 134

75

82

395 281 93 112 63

67 253 75 88 98

108 71 157 140 151 137 122

69 55 216 199 202 207 128

88

77

397 307 91 122 66

63 244 79 85 99

89 55 123 116 117 118 96

71 56 225 215 227 207 135

65

80

390 241 79 111 58

60 259 81 88 101

95 58 133 124 124 120 98

64 55 221 208 219 208 129

73

81

398 258 88 112 61

55 254 79 86 97

91 55 126 118 124 119 95 72

393 257 83 110 61

74 57 227 216 219 205 133 75

56 250 76 86 96

2,892 2,854 2,641 2,667 2,795 2,5851 2,401 2,700 2.516 2,630 2,451 2,635

Total

WINNESHIEK Bloomfield Bluffton Burr Oak Calmar— First .. . Calmar—Second Canoe Decorah— 1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4tb ward 5th ward Decorah Township Frankville Fremont Glenwood .. Hesper Highland Jackson Lincoln Madison Military Orleans PI asant ... ... Springfield Sumner Washington—1st precinct 2d precinct

Total

452 284 124 284 170 185 325

188 38 100 318 198 208 393

435 284 121 262 152 162 297

193 33 101 329 211 216 401

450 290 123 270 155 165 298

183 28 100 325 209 213 404

433 282 124 262 150 164 302

196 32 101 337 220 217 410

217 181 159 156

124 202 135 97

208 173 160 142

128 209 137 98

211 176 166 143

106 193 126 89

224 174 169 144

105 203 134 89

226 175 162 144

100 194 132 84

227 180 170 148

123 223 140 105

151 118 158

137 97 77

154 114 162

138 87

216 95

23

254

130 86

200 91

461 96

213 130

438 94

216 117

124 159 56 7 31

100 145 261 249 294

21

133 160 51 4 24

147 98 85

258

114 53 121

154 120 160

186 227 132

132 91 81

129 59 121

160 119 163

190 227 134

134 94 79

158 116 163

129 90 82

130 84

209 101

21

253

117 82

206 98

18

258

123 83

204 94

18

252

436 103

220 114

418 92

230 116

436 89

220 121

422 87

99 154 260 246 289

136 158 55 13 31

92 138 257 245 292

140 164 53 4 24

87 139 259 249 293

144 160 56 2 23

116 76

85 131 261 245 290

169 122 166 18

205 106 230 118

148 165 55 3 24

« . . 5,567 3,977 5,271 3,885 5,377 3,919 5,062 3,999 5,156 3,951 5,037 4,076

Total Barton Bristol Brookfteld Danville Deer Creek Fertile Grove Hartland Kensett Lincoln North wood Silver Lake Union

193 29 99 325 205 209 393

183 36 102 330 214 209 406

106 156 274 265 296

130 60 119

442 289 125 274 166 177 316

462 293 125 306 181 206 336

264

185 227 132

214 244 134

197 232 133

154 105 83

129 57 117

125 58 119

126 57 120

207 236 139

94 186 92 121 75 65 57 66

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234 68 245

WOETH 39 130 84 120 56 146 60 74

90 169 70 103 67 75 51 57

34 115 77 116 56 131 58 61

94 189 83 115 71 89 61 58

206 331

131 448

196 302

148 474

462 116 55

212 61 214

437 109 51

218 65 224

36 100 75 113 55 116 50 60

80 144 67 97 71 64 54 53

171 285

117 442

436 107 50

180 57 198

40 117 79 118 50 129 50 58

83 161 73 110 74 70 55 57

193 293

122 447

451 109 46

188 55 213

38 107 73 111 46 123 53 54

79 137 69 95 72 54 51 48

186 288

120 448

442 109 42

190 56 195

44 140 80 122 49 135 55 64 193 293

461 110 43

1,909 1,879 1,748 1,743 1,889 1,654 1,624 1,733 1,708 1,672 1,614 1,789

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2,603 2,602 2,345 2,302 2,582 2,562 2,238 2,237 2,215 2,605 2,555 2,567 2,166 2,620

2,794

2,710

122 49 106 184 32 95 301 186 201 363 191 172 152 126 158 112 153 17 189 92 209 107 135 150 51 3 23

204 237 155 490 310 126 396 240 273 429 185 252 136 108 162 107 94 261 159 107 435 114 130 159 268 260 298

137 65 108 173 30 111 253 163 154 333 178 163 171 143 167 117 154 29 201 93 244 118 125 167 61 5 30

5,045 4,013 4,943 4,906 3,937 3,977! 4,885 4,837 4,782 3,943 3,875 3,901 4,611 3,679

5,995

3,693

37 97 70 113 49 118 38 49 173 255 409 97 44

90 224 107 123 72 134 58 60 143 487 253 68 236

43 94 71 113 55 94 49 60 202 292 423 101 55

1,770 1,655 1,543 1,500 1,634 1,635 1,502 1,480 1,482 1,654 1,625 1,627 1,352 1,549

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1,652

82 109 173 36 190 97 115 109 62 130 127 124 121 103 88 396 276 89 113 63

86 104 69 63 318 120 98 64 57 224 208 216 213 131 64 56 252 75 88 96

66 100 156 32 161 98 102 89 53 123 111 121 116 86 61 394 237 78 104 57

63 95 156 37 162 91 102 85 54 122 106 115 112 82 62 393 229 77 102 57

87 101 82 63 328 122 93 66 57 210 203 210 198 133 65 57 250 77 84 96

77 102 76 61 326 122 96 68 56 213 212 214 201 126 63 53 244 73 84 95

61 100 160 35 157 82 107 80 50 110 102 112 106 76 53 391 228 77 97 54

62 101 154 36 156 90 104 82 51 106 106 110 107 82 52 392 221 73 100 52

62 96 152 37 159 86 104 80 50 91 108 114 106 75 51 392 222 75 101 54

89 100 73 62 325 119 90 74 57 230 214 210 205 129 68 49 249 75 88 99

89 100 71 62 324 117 89 70 56 228 198 203 203 123 64 48 250 74 87 99

87 104 74 61 325 118 89 73 56 227 199 205 205 125 64 47 247 73 88 100

59 96 152 34 151 84 104 76 51 102 101 105 105 70 54 389 215 69 99 50

COUNTY 188 221 133 437 284 121 258 155 158 308 104 193 133 88 125 90 79 249 120 77 421 97 85 138 251 245 287

129 65 117 190 30 102 333 204 220 397 214 179 165 146 167 124 164 20 208 94 229 112 141 164 64 4 31

184 221 129 427 281 117 250 150 156 288 106 186 129 85 130 90 79 247 118 74 416 88 84 134 259 241 274

186 220 131 424 281 117 253 147 155 281 102 185 128 85 127 90 76 245 113 72 412 86 85 135 257 239 274

125 57 117 192 29 100 330 203 218 398 207 173 155 142 156 120 162 19 200 105 225 114 144 159 54 4 29

134 58 116 195 31 97 334 206 217 405 212 172 156 147 157 116 158 23 203 103 224 120 140 160 53 5 35

183 212 132 427 273 112 250 147 161 279 101 181 132 85 132 89 70 250 111 69 404 83 83 133 261 241 284

182 212 130 420 278 114 244 143 150 273 99 178 130 86 132 86 67 247 111 68 405 86 87 131 259 236 283

182 212 130 421 248 113 244 135 152 272 99 178 132 86 130 86 67 247 109 66 398 87 87 125 257 235 284

126 49 118 194 34 100 324 198 218 401 211 179 160 139 159 118 162 18 201 99

221 122 146 163 56 4 23

125 49 116 193 32 100 313 195 218 395 209 177 160 138 159 115 157 19 194 97 221 120 142 157 49 3 22

124 49 117 194 32 100 320 196 219 398 205 181 161 135 161 116 160 19 196 100 221 116 146 156 53 4 22

179 212 125 416 265 109 226 124 138 248 88 172 125 76 120 86 65 236 107 59 391 83 80 115 258 231 277

COUNTY 81 172 78 112 73 79 57 53 127 461 196 69 212

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73 105 50 118 46 58 187 284 438 100 43

74 148 66 85 64 55 44 44 112 429 182 53 187

73 142 61 86 62 52 42 45 98 430 168 49 192

41 103 74 113 46 125 46 57 166 282 431 103 47

38 104 74 120 46 130 46 55 158 294 426 95 49

74 141 68 85 59 55 42 41 109 422 162 57 187

71 135 66 85 60 56 43 41 108 411 162 56 186

72 139 66 84 60 54 41 40 106 415 159 57 189

40 115 70 114 50 122 48 52 185 283 430 100 45

39 109 71 115 48 124 46 50 175 279 428 96 45

39 110 72 113 50 125 46 49 174 282 426 96 45

64 123 58 76 58 52 36 36 98 394 134 45 178

260

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER, 1935-1936 APPANOOSE

FIFTH DISTRICT Governor

Lieutenant Governor

Secretary of State

Auditor of State

Treasurer of State

PRECINCTS

¥ Brazil—Bellair Numa—Bellair Caldwell Centerville—1 wd., 1 pet 1st ward, 2d precinct. . 2d ward, 1st precinct.. 2d ward, 2d precinct.. 3d ward, 1st precinct.. 3d ward, 2d precinct.. Chariton Douglas Franklin Independence Johns Lincoln Mystic— 1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Pleasant Sharon Taylor Udell UnionviUe— Udell Union Vermillion Clarkdale—Walnut Rathbun—Walnut Walnut City Washington Wells Total

158 164 248 259 393 329 199 277 302 88 73 67 83 193 134 90 189 171 308 78 201 98 109 70 173 46 123 78 472 210

109 156 231 262 394 288 220 148 315 80 72 98 125 166 122 45 163 78 324 51 322 75 97 78 125 49 69 95 334 96

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141 157 238 247 352 303 172 256 289 85 69 67 84 179 121 82 175 163 286 69 189 85 102 67 152 44 128 80 452 195

83 142 228 255 388 294 238 137 296 77 70 93 121 157 120 39 160 79 304 50 323 75 98 75 120 45 56 90 341 102

146 163 243 255 353 292 181 245 263 83 68 69 82 187 130 75 184 170 283 72 206 95 110 70 160 48 124 76 453 192

90 141 229 262 406 307 235 154 331 76 70 94 121 154 114 46 158 72 311 53 305 69 96 71 122 41 60 92 347 109

134 154 244 233 337 278 166 250 255 75 65 62 79 168 121 81 175 160 273 70 186 83 101 67 148 44 130 79 461 197

b 90 139 232 269 397 303 245 140 329 77 72 99 124 159 117 42 154 76 315 49 327 73 97 73 115 42 54 90 341 101

131 149 238 237 330 277 165 248 257 75 66 64 77 165 121 75 178 158 278 61 191 85 100 66 150 41 127 78 454 194

84 140 223 264 406 307 245 132 320 78 72 95 122 162 119 48 151 77 310 54 316 73 99 72 115 42 56 90 334 102

129 151 244 242 340 283 168 254 258 77 68 63 75 174 121 82 169 161 273 64 191 82 101 67 153 44 132 77 450 195

5,383| 4,787 5,029 4,656 5,078 4,736 4,876 4,741 4,836 4,708 4,888 4,614

CLARKE Doyle Franklin Fremont Green Bay Jackson Knox Liberty Madison Osceola Township Osceola—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Troy Ward Washington Total

132 78 105 71 138 100 85 116 119 299 168 277 291 97 127

92 121 130 125 214 130 130 72 140 314 229 356 291 111 86

2,203 2,541

121 79 90 67 131 91 78 107 111 250 157 241 259 90 122

82 111 113 103 202 112 123 72 126 277 205 315 267 98 75

124 85 96 67 135 107 86 113 112 265 164 256 261 94 131

83 101 116 108 198 110 121 69 118 276 205 327 268 96 66

120 79 87 63 129 92 81 108 108 242 155 237 249 91 116

81 101 115 109 199 105 116 61 113 275 201 299 245 92 76

121 79 81 66 127 93 76 110 104 233 162 237 252 90 117

80 101 117 100 195 107 118 62 114 279 200 298 240 92 75

119

79 85 69 126 91 79 111 108 249 165 245 249 94 115

1,994 2,281 2,096 2,262 1,957 2,188 1,948 2,178 1,984

DAVIS Bloomfield—1st ward... . 2d ward... 3d ward Cleveland Drakesville Fabins Fox River Grove Lick Creek Marion Perry Prairie , Rosroe Salt Creek Soap Creek Union West Grove Wyacondah Total

215 269 224 195 82 140 114 137 250 93 120 161 75 137 138 199 184 231

101

249 190 145 100 123 64 125 143 105 93 135 51 64 108 106 116 166

204 261 212 187 69 127 94 124 229 90

108 157 67 120 128 192 156 231

173 228 174 142 94 119 67 112 122 105 86 119 51 60 102 98 116 145

217 284 240 192 81 132 93 137 241 98 106 185 72 124 137 198 164 232

168 214 146 143 91 124 67 109 124 103 86 110 49 59 97 105 116 147

214 279 236 183 70 133 87 125 230 88 104 167 63 115 132 193 157 225

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215 143 143 93 114 68 106 114 101 80 107 52 59 97 95 113 148

263 227 184 69 131 85 121 228 90 101 164 66 116 126 192 163 221

222 150 142 93 115 66 111 116 100 85 111 52 59 97 97 112 146

210 261 219 185 66 137 86 120 227 87 98 160 68 114 126 185 160 224

2,964 2,274 2,756 2,113 2,933 2,058 2,801 2,008 2,752 2,043 2,733

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77

136 258 30/ 437 33C 266 168 379 86 84 100 133 183 138 59 194 83 352 53 334 90 108 80 138 47 88 97 379 116

4,947 4,622 4,705 4,681 4,794 4,819 4,651 4,644 4,609 4,843 4,732 4,711 4,205 4,370

4,596

5,334

77 90 100 90 176 96 107 65 97 227 171 255 204 87 69

129 76 98 72 132 105 86 110 122 255 164 258 281 108 127

91 118 132 116 219 129 131 80 134 327 224 366 .284 96 80

2,015 2,159 1,797 1,753 2,209 2,241 1,772 1,745 1,743 2,192 2,131 2,159 1,519 1,011

2,123

2,527

136 198 141 126 81 108 64 96 98 97 78 93 50 50 90 88 98 137

212 249 205 183 71 136 84 118 244 76 102 164 70 114 125 189 154 219

197 255 195 155 114 122 92 137 145 121 97 131 36 83 119 105 137 172

2,817 2,016 2,631 2,621 2,054 2,059 2,662 2,563 2,551 1,994 1,986 2,002 2,180 1,829

2,715

2,43.^

128 155 241 235 339 297 177 261 271 78 69 62

77

178 128 80 177 161 287 66 190 81 101 64 148 43 123

77

459 194

77

158 118 79 162 160 274 65 189 75 104 64 133 44 118 70 434 193

90 147 226 275 411 321 246 137 328 82 76 99 125 166 119 44 158 78 314 57 332 72 98 74 128 44 57 93 342 104

145 215 272 406 316 241 132 316 78 75 99 121 166 115 39 160 74 308 54 321 70 95 72 124 44 54 88 340 102

91 143 215 272 404 305 241 136 313 79 72 98 120 160 118 40 157 73 308 54 319 70 96 75 122 43 58 86 341 102

105 135 235 195 269 236 145 210 214 69 61 53 73 133 92 73 147 145 247 56 170 65 93 54 125 38 109 63 411 184

COUNTY 125 81 85 70 128 97 83 109 110 244 164 239 262 94 124

79 99 116 98 199 109 115 63 114 268 197 292 242 93 75

111

77 72 64 121 83 79 100 97 208 132 215 231 •88 119

109 76 72 63 116 83 76 99 91 196 140 207 228 86 111

80 99 119 101 201 105 110 68 113 279 208 307 251 90 78

81 100 120 103 196 109 117 69 114 295 200 313 250 93 81

112 75 71 64 116 82 77 100 96 211 139 207 231 81 110

109 76 72 62 116 79 75 101 92 204 143 205 221 80 110

116 72 73 66 112 83 71 101 98 206 137 200 219 79 110

84 98 119 97 206 108 111 70 110 266 194 303 252 96 78

79 97 115 97 193 105 115 69 107 261 194 289 242 92

76

80 96 118 95 204 106 118 67 109 262 187 300 248 96 73

100 71 62 54 96 74 70 83 75 160 119 188 194 68 105

COUNTY 221 263 224 185 76 134 86 123 234 93 110 164 68 120 131 195 159 231

161 226 156 137 90 114 67 108 112 103 88 110 48 54 91 95 111 145

197 251 203 173 66 132 80 110 223 84 96 153 65 121 126 184 151 216

198 236 198 178 62 131 83 112 220 84 98 162 62 119 126 181 152 219

170 222 165 148 91 112 68 111 115 103 86 117 49 53 90 99 109 146

1681 230 163 143 96 113 67 108 112 104 84 118 49 54 90 99 112 149

205 242 215 179 65 130 83 112 232 85 98 152 65 114 123 181 160 221

197 231 197 168 59 133 83 107 219 82 92 147 60 108 120 181 162 217

194 222 196 173 64 129 80 109 223 82 96 130 61 111 124 180 161 216

168 216 146 138 88 112 68 107 111 102 83 114 49 56 95 96 104 141

166 225 145 137 87 110 67 107 108 103 82 111 52 55 94 91 105 141

164 227 153 136 88 113 68 105 110 103 81 114 52 54 95 97 104 138

158 184 162 149 54 108 65 98 189 72 80 137 58 98 105 148 132 183

262

IOWA OFFICIAL BEGISTEK, 1935-1936 DECATUR

FIFTH DISTBIOT Lieutenant Governor

Governor

PRECINCTS

Secretary of State

Auditor of State

Treasurer of State

Attorney General

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Bloomington Burrell—Davis City Burrell—Terre Haute.., Center Decatur Eden Fayette Franklin Garden Grove Garden Grove—Le Roy Grand River Hamilton High Point Lamoni—No. 1 Lamoni—No. 2 Leon—No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 Long Creek Morgan New Buda Richland Woodland Total

100 123 67 163 142 140 90 133 208 103 67 100 125 174 200 156 154 231 220 88 139 248 124

95 89 42 160 161 142 68 208 170 83 120 161 100 177 231 175 145 241 189 93 113 219 60

85 92 59 146 142 130 85 125 206 102 59 98 122 163 193 137 137 221 201 77 181 234 109

95 82 38 136 144 131 64 191 155 73 114 144 88 163 213 167 135 207 180 82 97 187 53

85 104 57 159 154 136 84 130 212 111 66 101 130 178 206 139 149 239 213 73 123 245 117

98 80 42 134 142 123 61 188 148 73 109 144 86 156 202 162 133 196 181 86 96 181 43

84 97 53 147 150 133 82 115 197 106 59 99 122 167 196 139 139 214 205 75 113 232 109

92 76 42 132 137 123 64 189 150 70 113 144 85 160 208 163 139 201 177 82 93 181 44

82 94 59 145 140 144 81 115 200 110 55 95 121 170 194 142 136 224 208 72 115 238 112

95 78 37 134 142 117 69 189 152 68 116 145 87 161 205 160 139 193 172 82 93 183 48

85 93 54 146 139 130 84 121 204 108 58 97 122 170 198 141 137 223 205 74 121 239 109

3,295 3,242 3,041 2,939 3,211 2,864 3,033 2,865 3,052 2,865 3,058 2,801

JASPEE Baxter Buena Vista Clear Creek Colfax—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Des Moines Elk Creek Fairview Hickory Grove Ira—Independence Ira—Sherman Kellogg. LynnvilJe Malaka Mariposa Mingo Monroe. Mound Prairie Newton Township Newton—1st ward 2d ward, 1st precinct. 2d ward, 2d precinct.. 3d ward, 1st precinct. 3d ward, 2d precinct.. 4tb ward, 1st precinct 4th ward, 2d precinct. Palo Alto Poweshiek Prairie City Reasnor Richland Rock Creek Sherman Sully Washington Total

219 139 116 193 155 180 53 179 214 80 32 7 247 105 103 69 120 206 102 208 215 272 250 207 151 369 176 143 116 216 71 57 99 92 98 79

187 179 129 141 151 126 53 116 169 100 45 16 255 138 68 78 97 262 106 249 172 386 235 308 196 482 136 148 55 433 97

77 55 54 71 72

215 147 112 190 152 173 58 178 207 70 33 7 249 112 105 69 115 200 112 216 219 269 248 196 135 364 182 146 116 226 73 63 98 91 96 81

175 167 123 137 144 113 46 110 165 99 42 14 248 123 63 73 93 252 94 221 154 369 229 289 187 470 135 127 51 408 88 68 48 53 62 69

216 166 119 191 162 175 59 182 203 75 35 9 266 112 108 79 124 209 122 230 222 261 262 198 157 324 186 162 118 236 80 58 102 96 108 94

178 151 114 137 137 108 45 110 160 96 42 11 237 126 60 68 89 241 87 208 143 351 220 282 183 453 125 117 50 401 81 74 46 48 48 61

201 153 110 190 147 176 58 191 203 74 32 9 247 112 103 73 118 196 114 218 224 279 258 229 153 363 182 144 108 221 75 55 99 96 108 85

172 155 113 134 144 102 42 109 154 90 44 11 238 119 61 63 90 247 83 211 137 358 213 240 180 447 124 114 54 401 84 74 49 47 50 65

203 152 118 189 144 179 58 177 204 72 33 7 248 109 103 75 119 200 114 215 218 280 257 201 148 366 183 148 113 222 75 61 98 98 113 87

171 155 112.

134 144 101 42 112 154 94 44 12 239 124 60 64 92 240 85 214 138 352 214 275 176 454 125 114 47 398 83 69 48 45 49 63

205 153 114 193 147 175 61 184 199 73 35 9 250 112 103 75 119 203 112 219 229 282 262 209 159 381 181 147 118 215 76 57 100 98 110 85

5,338 5,642 5,323 5,309 5,506 5,088 5,404 5,019 5,387 5,043 5,450

263

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934 COUNTY

83 95 54 143 147 134 79 123 199 108 58 102 123 170 196 143 144 233 211 76 120 235 112

94 76 41 138 139 118 66 184 150 67 111 141 84 154 203 152 133 189 174 80 91 171 51

82 91 54 138 136 128 81 110 203 104 57 95 119 167 189 138 128 219 197 73 106 217 109

91

77 39 130 141 118 69 181 146 70 110 144 87 160 208 154 141 187 181 82 100 179 50

94 80 39 132 146 120 68 189 159 73 110 145 86 158 209 156 138 197 185 85 105 180 52

w 82 87 52 130 135 130 81 104 182 99 60 93 116 161 192 131 125 208 194 55 122 221 108

82 84 53 130 131 128 81 100 185 99 58 88 117 164 191 131 123 200 192 57 115 220 103

75 85 51 132 128 124 81 103 177 94 56 90 118 156 189 128 119 197 191 51 109 213 104

94 74 39 138 142 121 69 190 159 75 109 150 84 161 203 158 139 196 178 62 94 175 52

M 90 75 36 132 135 116 67 184 156 75 110 147 84 159 195 152 136 179 178 62 87 171 49

94 74 40 130 142 120 67 184 155 76 110 144 82 156 203 154 135 191 180 57 88 177 51

&II 75 66 47 117 112 103 70 96 167 88 49 84 110 144 175 109 100 177 178 49 103 200 98

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91 75 35 118 114 112 66 160 151 67 93 136 78 151 190 143 122 164 149 55 84 161 43

3,088 2,807 2,941 2,937 2,845 2,906 2,868 2,832 2,771 2,862 2,775 2,810 2,517 2,558

II & 85

hurston Rep.

:evens Rep.

(A QA

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ichards Dem.

irsons Dem.

W 84 91 54 138 135 126 83 100 189 101 61 92 121 168 193 136 137 219 197 71 110 221 110

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court amilton Dem.

oodruff Rep.

W

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Railroad Commissioner unlap Dem.

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[.urray Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

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87 56 143 133 131 81 128 185 95 58 87 108 162 188 124 128 194 209 66 114 226 92

104 101 46 169 173 138 76 199 185 94 129 168 110 182 237 187 155 234 206 102 111 234 86

2,880

3,426

189 142 111 173 138 168 60 173 188 75 34

COUNTY 208 158 116 194 146 182 62 179 212

170 148 115 127 146 101 39 108 151 90 37 10 233 118 63 58 89 239 78 204 133 345 215 272 182 442 120 111 51 392 81 71 43 50 45 62

195 143 107 189 144 171 57 172 194 72 35

187 143 104 188 136 167 55 170 193 71 33

171 143 113 132 139 103 39 110 157 87 39 12 232 121 61 60 91 242

171 203 150 147 113 100 134 188 147 138 102 168 40 59 111 179 157 201 90 77 41 34 12 9 236 254 123 112 63 103 58 69 88 116 252 194 80 112 216 223 147 223 370 . 280 224 254 282 202 182 162 472 377 133 171 114 151 58 112 405 217 84 73 73 54 45 100 46 95 53 106 68 77

187 145 96 183 137 170 61 173 196 71 35

189 142 100 182 135 167 57 173 193 71 35 9 239 108 96 68 108 188 106 208 203 258 237 185 149 341 165 139 110 210 67 51 94 96 104 74

164 109 115 133 146 105 39 106 155 88 40 10 229 118 58 59 90 240 78 198 138 337 206 264 169 436 127 102 50 394 78 67 47 43 47 72

171 148 113 137 143 98 38 107 153 93 40 12 228 118 62 58 91 239 81 205 131 347 210 255 170 440 124 99 52 399 78 69 49 44 44 73

162 147 114 134 143 95 40 154 105 92 39 10 229 117 60 62 92 241 79 202 133 332 210 263 172 443 123 112 50 398 74 64 50 41 45

180 135 89 164 134 159 55 155 179 68 31 8 221 102 94 61 111 174 97 183 184 230 218 156 119 310 138 133 106 201 64 45 78 87 93 75

153 135 107 132 130 92 38 103 145 84 39 9 221 108 55 53 85 220 74 193 120 309 190 242 163 379 115 101 50 386 70 64 41 41 42 64

239 103 94 66 118 190 108 206 199 250 232 189 134 339 157 145 108 225 69 58 91 94 103 84

191 170 108 149 152 116 43 113 180 98 43 13 250 130 68 68 96 256 97 231 155 373 224 305 203 430 143 124 57 407 92 71 54 49 60 67

5,560 4,939 5,153 5,019 5,124 5,140 5,340 5,144 5.057 4,857 4,919 4,898 4,637 4,553

5,059

5,386

77

38 11 255 116 102 80 125 208 122 228 227 289 262 206 154 385 183 151 116 224 79 58 104 93 119 91

7

239 108 98 74 119 191 114 200 207 264 249 193 142 338 167 139 110 215 68 53 100 92 106 81

7

232 104 95 70 115 183 112 197 198 259 239 191 141 333 164 138 98 204 64 51 100 92 104 81

77

210 144 358 218 374 174 457 127 113 58 401 84 70 45 45 47 70

7

246 111 92 70 114 193 109 211 209 271 243 192 153 350 170 136 111 212 69 52 97 94 103 75

71

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264

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Adams Benton Clear Creek East English River West English River Jackson East Lafayette West Lafavette East Lancaster West Lancaster Liberty North Plank South Plank Prairie Richland Sigourney Township Sigourney—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Steady Run Van Buren Warren What Cheer Total

O'Connor Dem.

Williams Rep.

Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

98 192 266

115 208 345

87 174 234

89 197 303

102 182 263

93 197 310

89 174 251

39 72 50 106 70

231 85 195 219 118

36 72 53 93 70

228

36 68 52 108 71

229

36 70 50 104 71

229 78 182 194 106

37 65 49 101 70

40 72 53 108 80

226 77 192 196 114

143 130 142 117 193 139 224 108 162 154 292 185 295

Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

194 342 170 108

228 84 199 214 112

52 248 404 42 173 119 192 136 160 125 183 118 280

234 234 16 192

239 237 23 195

234 243 23 194

147 138 137 119 202 145 235 114 169 164 302 185 304

..

190 339 168 106

189 339 167 101

199 337 179 110

99 192 315

233 235 24 194

220 234 29 182

241 242 30 204

101 180 262

Attorney General

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State

Secretary of State

222 352 188 127

205 356 185 111

103 204 328

.

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Krasrhel Dem.

Lieutenant Governor

Governor

Naglestad Rep.

FIFTH DISTRICT

45 242 381 42 170 118 187 133 159 128 165 118 272

157 162 155 122 198 138 239 131 168 156 318 199 312

40 225 383 43 172 131 182 118 157 129 153 111 259

97 202 300 75

183 189 111

137 133 136 117 183 131 218 103 166 144 295 178 293

90 179 260

45 235 376 40 172 126 178 131 152 132 153 120 273

75

182 199 106

140 136 137 115 187 138 225 108 161 142 290 180 290

46 246 375 39 173 126 179 126 154 132 156 116 272

135 138 128 116 185 137 213 105 157 142 297 180 290

47 239 391 38 170 124 186 129 157 130 152 115 274

4,690 3,845 4,520 3,747 4,860 3,587 4,415 3,691 4,443 3,704 4,415 3,664

LUCAS Chariton—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Benton .. . Cedar English Jackson Liberty Lincoln Ottercreek Pleasant Union Warren Washington White Breast Total

...

394 492 431 115 106

319 483 508 123 118

354 457 391 107 90

283 433 478 121 113

335 465 413 126 105

308 432 478 106 105

352 439 399 108 87

282 428 455 115 111

329 439 392 104 83

283 424 456 116 114

333 427 376 101 81

281 416 469 119 109

212 209

299 191

209 198

258 169

235 219

244 156

212 205

243 156

218 202

234 160

213 198

233 170

163 102

134 90

171 93

139 95

115 126 141 115 138 92

199 110

126 172 120 198 181 106

295 121

105 118 117 108 133 82

187 100

113 162 125 185 173 105

283 115

114 126 147 113 139 89

225 108

106 151 106 183

253 106

106 111 130 107 195 97

104 155 105 178 169 89

266 106

107 112 126 104 132 89

193 101

102 150 110 180

268 105

106 109 119 105 196 97

161 88

258 113

2,995 3,360 2,756 3,116 2,959 2,999 2,772 2,962 2,731 2,966 2,695 2,955

MAHASKA Oskaloosa—1st ward.. 2d ward, 1st precinct 2d ward, 2d precinct. 3d ward, 1st precinct 3d ward, 2d precinct. 4th ward 5th ward Adams Township Black Oak Township.. Cedar Township East Des Moines West Des Moines Garfield..; East Harrison West Harrison Jefferson

101 148 114 175

214 207 207 215 269 446 286 82 105 213 63 107 241 62 82 151

83 121 95 289 254 515 353 94 70 209 46 31 176 54 56

77

173 183 175 209 234 414 248 86 102 212 55 91 223 56 75 136

89 115 85 271 235 499 326 85 54 198 42 30 157 51 55 78

176 177 176 210 235 420 268 96 110 232 69 92 216

57 75

142

84 116 85 266 232 490 303 73 51 182 32 33 158 53 52 68

169 175 165 187 222 383 239 83 90 212 55 89 217 54 65 136

72 98 82 269 218 487 299

77

48 193 40 30 148 49 56

72

169 174 168 189 221 388 233 78 97 208 58 91 211 51 65 135

82 108 89 278 227 508 308 87 50 199 38 30 160 54 55 76

179 167 169 188 213 389 231

77

103 211 55 90 208 50 68 141

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254 256 40 205 121 205 277 45 85 72

209 217 22 171 71 159 249 32 59 48 93 66 34 197 357 36 142 109 159 101 139 118 127 102 254

179 334 175 100 74 187 293 219 72 177 182 107 128 126 149 112 175 123 200 104 154 138 285 174 271

121 70 68 264 382 52 185 138 204 132 171 149 180 145 299

4,454 3.652 4,200 4,103 3,735 3,727 5,011 4,171 4,167 3,222 3,510 3,483 3,808 3,271

4,238

4,129

242 353 386 110 95 200 146 83 144 104 159 160 86 230 91

290 378 362 108 73 199 196 115 105 127 103 127 89 174 95

380 550 543 126 146 298 193 113 190 124 196 191 111 316 125

2,797 2,954 2,464 2,390 3,215 3,171 2,485 2,478 2,461 3,030 2,923 2,952 2,091 2,589

2,541

3,602

159 167 168 172 203 353 236 83 100 206 59 94 207 60 69 148

95 122 87 307 260 551 338 83 51 212 44 33 177 50 60 72

191 341 185 106 92 201 312 228 76 185 194 110 137 139 145 112 185 135 220 101 165 140 284 178 292

236 236 24 189 92 179 253 36 65 48 97 68 47 238 375 43 169 123 175 130 153 129 152 121 274

175 330 154 98 82 192 295 223 68 176 188 102 130 128 130 108 179 118 206 99 153 134 285 162 285

167 325 151 99 82 191 293 223 68 178 185 102 130 121 128 108 173 118 198 98 139 129 283 136 278

239 241 26 195 91 181 259 39 68 52 105 70 48 238 383 43 173 130 182 131 161 129 157 120 274

242 239 26 190 91 179 261 41 68 49 104 69 43 241 382 40 175 131 189 128 159 131 152 122 275

105 381 182 126 118 229 329 233 93 206 220 121 152 188 156 116 241 181 285 155 185 159 340 201 309

80 352 156 99 85 200 291 220 68 178 194 102 125 137 134 107 178 122 211 99 159 130 283 173 288

78 355 156 101 85 191 292 224 69 180 193 104 122 139 135 107 179 121 203 97 158 133 279 176 290

230 202 25 180 75 150 240 29 60 44 91 66 35 194 356 44 132 93 145 91 138 116 124 103 259

226 216 21 178 85 171 255 39 65 50 100 65 39 224 370 42 164 117 173 119 148 127 142 117 257

229 211 22 182 84 171 253 36 64 51 99 64 39 227 369 38 158 111 166 116 153 126 142 114 258

150 317 134 82 72 194 275 205 58 164 171 92 105 114 120 98 159 106 173 88 145 121 254 143 268

COUNTY 336 443 397 110 86 228 209 108 116 121 104 138 95 204 102

282 424 461 110 109 231 166 102 155 115 179 165 88 262 105

308 393 360 91 69 194 190 99 92 111 99 122 84 159 93

293 369 347 98 69 186 197 98 91 109 97 121 75 154 86

307 464 500 126 135 249 173 103 168 117 180 172 101 313 107

314 470 482 127 120 252 171 97 160 113 183 177 99 298 108

308 389 368 93 71 199 188 97 97 110 102 127 75 175 86

311 402 367 90 72 195 184 97 95 104 95 127 79 174 86

310 395 367 93 70 192 187 92 96 106 98 125 74 170 86

293 439 455 120 116 236 168 104 154 118 176 170 98 272 111

280 422 442 118 113 226 155 101 148 114 176 169 92 264 103

290 427 452 116 112 228 159 99 148 116 174 163 95 264 109

246 318 301 85 64 169 160 79 80 93 89 111 70 148 78

COUNTY 177 169 168 196 225 392 245 88 108 213 57 95 221 56 64 138

69 104 79 274 218 493 295 73 42 189 36 27 152 46 52 69

163 159 156 169 203 341 229 69 89 189 53 81 203 46 62 130

149 159 154 157 206 342 218 70 82 191 50 83 203 44 60 127

82 106 84 284 225 505 300 84 46 202 41 35 149 49 50 69

85 116 86 300 227 518 311 87 54 207 45 35 156 50 53 71

179 172 174 213 230 432 269 86 92 207 53 81 220 58 64 134

152 155 155 166 197 355 231 76 94 196 50 83 200 51 59 132

146 152 156 162 196 357 230 74 94 193 51 84 196 51 61 128

68 109 86 266 215 462 284 75 53 202 41 32 157 48 53 73

74 107 84 281 223 492 292 79 50 194 40 32 154 47 56 70

73 105 81 275 222 480 293 76 53 200 30 21 150 49 55 71

144 145 151 168 191 338 219 71 96 197 54 88 203 52 61 132

77 110 76 278 223 491 284 83 47 198 35 28 144 47 51 70

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936 MAHASKA

Lincoln Madison Monroe Pleasant Grove Prairie Richland Scott Spring Creek University Park Union White Oak Total

61 135 133 204 302 106 119 116 24 73 226 4,449

79 87 86 128 384 75 73 143 125 91 180

58 132 125 197 287 95 114 111 23 65 207

3,974 4,086

75 76 89 130 350 62 71 143 123 84 182 3.755

1

55 134 136 207 302 101 118 119 26 69 219 4,237

76 76 79 119 339 60 69 134 112 73 178

51 119 127 188 263 93 108 104 24 58 196

75 78 82 116 346 54 64 142 122 77

182

Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Kraschel Dem.

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State

Secretary of State

Lieutenant Governor

Governor

49 116 122 187 265 97 105 104 25 63 198

Attorney General

77 86 89 128 361 58 71 140 121 80 183

Naglestad Rep.

FIFTH DISTRICT

Williams Rep.

266

JJ b

74

51 114 126 184 278 97 108 107 22 63 195

77 80 119 332 52 67 136 124 73 178

3,593 3,872 3,576 3,867 3,743 3,884 3,570

MONEOE Albia—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Avery Bluff Creek Cedar Franklin Georgetown Hilton Hiteman Jackson Lockman Mantua Pleasant Troy Union—No. 1. . Union—No. 2. . Urbana Wayne—No. 1.. Wayne—No. 2 . . Wayne—No. 3 . . Total

315 213 203 203 61 180 148 110 151 149 167 371 39 56 97 147 326 127 91 111 67 68

343 232 253 358 135 162

77

58 44 112 S3 38 32 111 52 233 261 43 86 28 34 22

283 197 178 279 52 167 128 103 128 141 158 351 39 53 93 143 303 113 96 103

55 60

329 216 235 313 126 148 73 50 34 102 72 34 29 93 52 204 235 39 80 23 33 20

303 193 207 289 70 181 122 112 140 143 163 341 39 57 94 145 304 116 99 104 56 66

322 224 223 321 114 144 73 43 44 105 90 48 30 97 49 207 243 30 S3 26 31 25

292 189 183 285 64 170 125 100 125 140 159 346 37 51 93 132 298 116 95 96 55 58

325 212 232 307 119 143 62 45 40 103

70

38 29 94 50 205 232 37 85 23 30 20

280 181 184 275 56 167 123 102 130 139 160 354 37 50 91 129 304 110 95 101 50 58

332 221 228 307 117 139 63 46 39 99 71 34 29 92 53 211 231 41 87 21 32 20

332 211 225 307 110 141 64 48 33 103 73 32 28 90 50 208 236 33 83 19 32 21

272 195 189 273 59 158 127 97 138 135 158 353 37 55 90 127 297 115 95 111 51 60

3,400 2,797 3,223 2,540 3,344 2,572 3,209 2,501 3,176 2,513 3,192 2,479

POWESHIEK Bear Creek Chester Deep River Grant Grinnell—1st ward 2dward 3d ward 4th ward Jackson Jefferson Lincoln Madison Malcom Pleasant Scott Sheridan Sugar Creek Union Warren Washington Total

465 81 159 162 289 280 179 234 494 160 145 112 277 116 99 116 173 85 168 80

353 74 278 135 414 282 111 191 543 82 122

77

140 143 59

77 99 68 90 81

3,874 3,419

443 78 147 157 259 254 157 207 442 162 132 109 Til 111 98 105 171 82 159 79

331 70 261 124 410 280 102 184 536 77 119 71 140 126 55 68 98 66 90 76

482 85 162 173 281 272 158 225 389 160 145 118 302 125 103 115 178 86 167 92

3,624 3,284 3,818

314 69 249 122 409 275 104 181 402 74 115 64 126 123 56 69 86 64 83 73

421 68 146 152 242 242 151 207 431 152 145 109 273 104 94 103 173 84 157 78

329 69 256 126 401 266 107 180 533 77 120 65 135 124 52 69 82 62 86 79

3,058 3,532 3,218

428 64 149 155 252 249 152 215 450 151 137

327 75 256 126 393 265 98 171 510 76 116

101 285 106 91 102

67 127 124 50 65

173 85

80 61

159 77

86 75

3,582 3,259 3,581

3,148

447 69 144 153 248 246 148 207 451 148 129 111 283 105 93 108 170 84 160 78

318 72 261 137 423 276 105 184 523 81 119 65 133 128 52 68 86 62 88 78

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W

W

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II

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evens Rep.

ndig Rep.

SP4

irsons Dem.

W

amilton Dem.

Q

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Congressman

Judges Supreme Court

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uffman Dem.

3

Railroad Commissioner unlap Dem.

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Lurray

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Secretary of Agriculture

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u 72 71 78 117 324 46 63 137 138 74 178

57 119 130 184 262 92 117 94 23 61 195

86 88 89 136 351 65 73 165 146 92 184

4,000 3,531 3,610 3,552 3,658 3,753 4,097 3,653 3,643 3,537 3,594 3,559 3,580 3,540

3,818

4,017

258 186 192 256 98 131 54 44 35 87 53 34 27 86 45 172 176 31 83 16 28 17

247 177 167 250 57 161 130 99 131 142 164 351 34 58 88 113 283 107 89 111 47 56

364 245 258 363 130 167 70 59 43 110 113 31 34 104 56 233 259 56 98 21 40 26

3,253 2,454 2,828 2,798 2,817 2,707 2,996 2,871 2,877 2,485 2,398 2,443 2,486 2,109

3,062

2,880

54 120 132 199 276 103 110 103 23 64 204

73 76 78 116 337 50 64 139 123 76 181

43 115 122 182 254 86 107 95 25 58 181

47 109 117 176 245 92 105 101 24 60 181

78 78 84 122 336 56 62 141 125 80 185

81 79 84 124 342 55 67 136 126 78 180

61 122 137 208 279 102 112 110 27 69 206

53 118 127 188 253 87 106 101 21 61 186

56 118 122 190 258 92 112 97 24 58 185

70 79 76 114 327 56 61 141 134 76 179

73 73 75 120 331 49 62 143 138 79 176

70 75 77 119 329 54 63 143 136 80 179

52 110 116 183 248 92 99 104 23 60 183

COUNTY 285 196 189 289 57 171 127 105 127 141 162 349 36 57 92 136 306 116 97 107 49 59

325 211 227 298 115 137 63 44 40 105 70 33 30 90 49 207 220 38 80 20 32 20

242 170 147 241 52 135 113 94 109 130 143 306 34 53 85 115 288 109 91 74 46 51

241 162 155 242 50 132 108 94 109 121 143 316 33 49 83 115 278 106 87 80 49 45

366 239 263 335 119 164 72 54 57 113 82 80 30 96 54 218 235 37 84 59 30 30

352 235 254 329 115 164 77 53 55 109 84 50 29 90 33 209 253 41 87 32 31 25

259 177 169 263 57 132 115 97 114 140 157 323 39 53 89 122 288 107 92 95 54 54

241 171 167 257 57 137 110 95 113 130 148 287 39 51 86 116 279 109 89 91 48 50

244 172 169 233 53 132 112 89 103 129 158 315 41 51 88 115 283 111 90 90 50 49

326 227 231 306 110 155 65 46 42 102 66 41 27 92

319 221 224 302 105 148 62 46 37 102 63 37 28 87

317 221 228 304 113 151 59 47 43 106 68 37 29 94

212 227 43 86 24 29 28

199 223 38 85 22 28 22

203 220 37 85 24 30 27

202 147 134 220 48 119 100 83 94 116 117 285 29 43 76 86 253 86 76 87 42 43

COUNTY 285 69 224 110 376 241 86 154 441 67 97 61 101 110 46 56 76 51 73 64

447 71 139 147 187 221 139 201 406 142 126 104 270 100 89 95 160 83 149 78

347 81 285 138 453 308 119 205 557 94 132 75 152 136 69 84 104 67 92 85

3,680 3,138 3,341 3,270 3,274 3,273 3,487 3,256 3,186 3,218 3,135 3,111 2,741 2,788

3,354

3,583

418 73 155 159 262 252 152 220 448 158 143 116 275 123 97 116 176 84 , 168 85

333 72 255 122 394 263 99 169 519 78 113 63 128 119 51 61 82 59 84 74

398 65 142 143 221 228 143 200 413 143 126 102 260 102 89 101 161 83 148 73

381 65 146 140 209 216 143 180 415 138 131 102 262 100 87 99 161 81 142 72

332 73 258 136 413 285 99 185 536 77 125 67 136 127 51 66 82 60 89 77

3411 71 254 137 419 283 101 178 533 79 119 68 129 129 53 64 89 61 88

77

405 67 160 146 247 239 147 206 435 142 136 103 279 105 84 103 176 80 149 78

378 60 148 139 210 221 138 191 406 138 133 93 274 101 78 92 164

77

141 74

372 61 141 136 200 215 140 170 399 136 125 99 268 93 77 95 166

77

141 75

337 71 236 124 437 276 109 185 519 78 109 68 125 126 56 66 81 55 84 76

319 69 239 125 417 259 103 173 527 76 108 67 129 119 56 61 79 57 81 71

319 72 236 125 403 261 102 175 514 74 112 62 124 121 55 64 80 57 82 73

316 56 126 113 145 179 131 170 321 128 103 88 233 86 62 83 145 65 122 69

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEK, 1935-1936 KINGGOLD

Union Tingley Shannon City Knowlton Lincoln Grant Diagonal Washington Liberty Beaconsfield South Monroe Athens Poe Mount Ayr Rice Waubonsie Benton Clinton Middle Fork Lotts Creek Riley

. . .

Total

147 97 27 52 60 56 119 48 66 55 35 208 56 335 80 50 132 83

77

79 52 1,914

169 278 51 80 87 119 229 52 153 137 47 267 104 683 136 121 80 252 89 92 60

136 87 28 51 64 54 127 51 68 57 31 191 45 293 70 39 124 77 72 62 45

3,286 1,772

141 246 47 71 66 104 195 36 124 112 43 232 86 570 104 109 62 233 69 63 51

141 107 35 52 69 58 137 49 69 57 38 223 50 316 83 40 130 93 96 63 52

2,764 1,958

141 236 43 74 70 103 190 40 125 117 41 209 86 586 101 115 65 215 58 69 49

125 79 31 51 62 54 116 53 68 50 28 178 43 284 69 38 127 75 76 60 40

2,733 1,707

132 242 45 71 65 103 194 32 109 115 42 217 86 554 100 114 59 225 63 59 52

Attorney General

127 84 30 51 67 51 126 49 66 47 33 174 46 275 67 38 125 79 75 62 39

O'Connor Dem.

Treasurer of State

Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Auditor of State

Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Secretary of State

Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor

Kraschel Dem.

Turner Rep.

PRECINCTS

Herring Dem.

Governor

134 240 48 70 60 101 186 35 111 119 40 229 84 559 104 115 61 224 68 58 55

2,679

1,711

2,701

279 55 318 552 173 141 500 116 110 91 125 131 283 150 72 165 108 138 57 70 126

159 57 240 338 237 229 380 45 61 56 76 75 212 93 56 106 26 132 73 98 82

268 53 323 562 169 142 511 119 112 91 124 137 285 148 74 168 105 141 57 74 127

NaglesUd Rep.

F I F T H DISTRICT

Williams Rep.

268

122 83 33 56 65 62 126 54 61 49 34 192 49 309 74 45 137 82 82 63 41 1,819

130 232 43 65 62 95 188 31 111 113 36 209 78 528 100 107 61 216 60 56 54 2,575

UNION Afton Beck Creston—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward 5th ward . Cromwell Dodge Grant Highland Lincoln New Hope. . . Platte Pleasant . Sand Creek Shannon Spaulding TalmageT.. Thayer. Union Total

170 58 269 336 256 234 382 44 58 58 73 76 235 84 60 99 29 127 67 91 87

332 60 386 639 222 183 599 135 139 101 153 161 327 197 86 202 120 170 76 97 146

158 59 251 326 236 228 375 42 54 56 73 74 212 85 54 103 27 132 69 99 84

277 54 333 593 181 158 545 123 124 93 132 146 297 170 85 175 110 145 69 77 130

2,893 4,531 2,797 4,017

169 54 260 355 233 226 398 56 70 61 83 85 232 94 67 115 31 142 81 108 89

271 61 335 573 193 165 538 114 117 91 124 137 288 163 71 166 110 141 62 71 126

3,009 3,917

157 56 249 357 238 234 387 47 64 59 77 81 215 94 58 104 23 132 73 99 S3

155 56 238 328 235 228 353 44 64 57 75 80 211 89 54 111 26 132 67 98 82

264 55 320 558 166 142 523 117 106 89 124 131 280 146 75 158 107 140 56 67 126

2,887 3,760 2,831 3,790 2,783 3,750

WAPELLO Adams Agency Cass Ottumwa—1st precinct 2d precinct 3d precinct 4th precinct 5th precinct 6th precinct 7th precinct 8th precinct 9th precinct 10th precinct 11th precinct 12th precinct 13th precinct

301 151 88 297 383 216 403 310 235 232 320 452 284 345 397 464

118 178 68 187 214 257 350 413 273 302 297 286 196 270 228 373

300 141 85 292 367 203 381 295 220 225 306 440 267 322 397 453

118 168 69 183 212 250 349 408 263 300 297 275 164 263 222 366

305 147 88 297 385 210 382 311 238 241 307 442 272 328 402 459

119 164 69 178 202 238 350 391 255 276 298 264 169 261 221 364

302 140 84 287 378 208 371 302 221 225 307 440 271 324 394 456

119 160 71 178 202 239 355 396 260 287 286 265 166 253 217 363

303 139 84 285 376 204 372 306 217 224 309 435 272 321 398

457

120 160 74 181 201 239 354 398 262 286 290 267 165 257 212 364

303 138 85 291 381 200 370 310 219 223 314 448 268 321 399 460

118 164

71 179 198 243 359 390 266 288 282 258 165 258 212 358

269

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PH

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M

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abritz Dem.

Congressmam

Judges Supreme Court amilton Dem.

K

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Q

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uffman Dem.

Railroad Commissioner

unlap Dem.

elson Rep.

[urray Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

118 212 42 59 60 99 180 27 100 114 40 203 81 474 80 98 57 208 49 50 54

133 S3 25 54 68 56 136 50 62 58 31 186 60 304 74 35 120 79 74 79 49

170 286 55 82 79 117 206 50 140 131 52 270 100 620 132 124 80 245 86 70 55

1,830 2,561 1,568 1,543 2,629 2,599 1,527 1,539 1,520 2,688 2,604 2,655 1,434 2,405

1,816

3,159

130 98 32 56 65 62 132 50 72 50 30 191 49 307 72 41 125 80 80 67 41

126 221 44 67 58 98 185 36 101 114 43 219 85 514 93 110 62 216 61 54 54

110 76 28 50 61 50 110 50 51 43 23 164 40 240 65 34 125 76 72 60 40

104 78 30 50 59 53 114 45 50 43 25 162 40 218 63 35 123 78 73 59 41

139 234 47 67 59 102 191 33 105 119 38 223 79 549 92 114 58 215 59 56 50

137 228 45 67 57 101 194 34 100 117 42 219 80 543 91 111 58 213 56 53 53

109 72 28 46 65 48 107 47 54 41 24 158 46 215 66 31 122 77 70 60 41

Ill 72 26 46 68 49 110 48 56 42 25 158 47 229 67 31 123 79 69 46 37

110 72 26 44 64 51 105 48 53 40 24 160 45 223 69 31 116 76 68 56 39

133 235 47 69 67 102 197 34 108 117 44 235 83 560 95 113 64 218 59 55 53

126 230 42 65 61 103 190 33 106 116 43 227 79 532 97 112 63 211 57 57 54

126 234 45 67 65 102 198 34 109 116 45 230 79 548 94 114 65 215 58 58 53

102 70 27 45 55 45 102 43 50 36 22 149 37 211 62 33 113 74 67 53 38

COUNTY 262 56 327 573 174 146 516 112 109 88 120 136 277 147 75 . 161 104 142 61 72 121

142 53 221 298 224 218 329 47 53 55 77 72 201 87 50 93 23 132 66 97 75

197 58 187 449 147 132 594 102 91 84 113 116 237 127 64 152 97 130 48 59 109

142 52 214 305 203 202 358 49 63 57 77 68 207 86 66 112 33 132 73 121 71

323 65 399 631 233 189 585 136 133 100 141 162 339 185 75 176 115 152 73 65 156

2,885 3,779 2,652 2,628 3,805 3,835 2,643 2,613 2,641 3,795 3,728 3,784 2,427 3,293

2,691

4,43.^

167 57 250 328 242 228 377 45 68 58 84

77

223 90 58 111 29 131 71 101 90

145 52 230 305 225 227 326 42 58 55 73 73 208 85 55

100 22 126 68 94 83

139 50 229 310 224 228 331 41 56 55 73 73 198 87 55 93 23 123 68 92 80

273 57 332 569 167 138 542 113 104 89 123 137 280 149 73 161 108 142 54 73 121

279 59 331 580 152 143 555 115 103 89 124 137 284 147 69 164 109 143 56 73 123

147 52 226 297 228 227 338 42 55 54 75 74 202 85 50 99 23 134 68 93 74

143 50 235 308 221 224 342 47 52 54 75 69 198 86 52 99 24 127 67 95 73

265 57 330 562 170 142 530 115 110 90 125 136 287 148 78 160 107 136 54 68 125

258 55 323 549 166 145 516 114 107 89 125 134 280 146 75 162 106 135 52 69 122

265 57 324 553 166 145 531 119 110 91 123 138 292 145 77 157 104 140 55 69 123

120 45 210 256 200 193 406 38 46 51 67 61 161 78 46 92 21 121 65 87 63

COUNTY 303 138 86 286 375 203 372 306 211 224 305 442 268 325 395 • 454

121 166 71 183 200 245 356 391 270 290 290 261 167 258 219

367

301 133 84 286 366 202 354 291 206 219 300 426 267 324 388 452

301 133 86 282 366 203 354 283 199 216 294 429 267 316 391 453

120 163 71 184 207 239 360 405 275 289 290 271 166 257 220 359

122 161 71 184 208 245 367 414 286 293 296 278 167 262 222 366

299 134 85 287 368 201 364 278 210 225 295 428 270 318 301 458

299 300 134 134 85 84 287 ' 287 362 361 202 202 359 357 284 278 204 210 218 220 290 289 425 430 265 271 318 316 391 389 459 457

126 163 70 182 213 246 357 416 276 295 297 273 160 258 320 374

125 162 68 183 212 242 359 411 281 293 296 273 161 259 222 367

125 167 69 186 211 245 363 413 285 293 298 271 164 261 220 368

296 133 86 283 357 201 359 286 204 211 291 430 265 307 387 449

124 163 70 180 207 241 356 401 276 293 295 268 157 258 218 364

304 120 88 292 374 207 365 293 222 217 298 439 282 331 356 447

12 a 188

U 187 213 25l> 373 V20 111 308 310

285 185 280 255 394

270

IOWA OFFICIAL KEGISTEK, 1935-1936 WAPELLO

FIFTH DISTRICT Governor

PRECINCTS

Si

Lieutenant Governor

Secretary of State

Auditor of State

Attorney General

Treasurer of State

en «

b

Ottumwa—Cont 14th precinct. 15th precinct. 16th precinct. Columbia Competine Dablonega Green Highland Keokuk Pleasant Polk Richland Washington.... Total

434 216 302 246 190 91 136 144 93 108 101 179 442

402 84 203 169 88 45 59 84 57 66 112 119 364

421 214 278 247 188 82 124 137 96 126 101 178 431

383 81 198 165 87 44 58 83 48 62 106 110 363

427 217 298 253 198 82 122 142 95 131 110 179 439

366 81 189 160 82 45 62 77 50 61 98 109 356

429 215 280 247 187 84 122 140 88 118 98 174 424

363 77 195 163 89 46 57 77 52 63 101 112 364

422 215 291 246 185 82 123 143 92 124 99 175 425

370 77 194 165 89 46 57 76 49 59 101 117 363

422 214 284 247 183 86 121 142 89 127 98 172 420

372 79 192 162 92 44 58 76 49 61 100 113 363

7,560 5,862 7,317 5,695 7,507 5,555 7,316 5,576 7,324 5,593 7,335 5,570

WAYNE Wright Union Washington Richman Clay. Benton Corydon Cory don Township South Fork Seymour—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Walnut Harvard Sewal Warren . . . Jefferson Lineville Clio Clinton Howard Monroe Total

118 141 145 336 109 118 491 117 1*6 191 147 126 127 73 68 285 97 210 65 64 64 50

117 146 170 330 117 135 548 105 176 144 129 73 107 119 62 369 98 178 61 51 60 78

99 135 138 324 111 115 474 116 141 193 135 119 124 76 67 266 97 211 61 61 63 51

3,288 3,373 3,177

105 140 162 299 108 126 537 99 158 137 129 73 100 103 63 357 93 173 62 44 59 74

114 148 160 320 117 120 484 127 155 203 146 127 136 80 73 298 107 209 64 59 63 57

99 124 147 319 102 121 529 90 155 132 124 72 93 100 56 327 85 174 60 47 59 72

100 142 143 325 115 114 472 118 145 196 141 125 128

105 122 154 297 99 124 528 93 158 134 125 70 97 101 55 118 91 169 62 49 55 74

77

71 269 97 211 61 57 65 52

101 138 149 326 116 116 481 115 142 196 140 122 123

77

69 271 97 207 62 58 64 52

102 127 150 303 100 123 510 92 161 133 124 74 96 102 58 344 91 170 62 44 57 70

103 139 155 333 112 114 478 120 147 195 139 121 130 78 68 277 96 211 60 57 66 52

3,201 3,367 3,087 3,224 2,880 3,222 3,093 3,251

SIXTH DISTRICT

98 125 145 289 97 123 516 89 156 129 123 72 93 99 57 338 93 168 63 43 55 70 3,041

DALLAS Governor

Lieutenant Governor

Secretary of State

Auditor of State

Treasurer of State

Attorney General

1

PRECINCTS

o« UP Adams Adel Beaver Boone Coifax Dallas Dallas Center De Soto Dexter Grant Lincoln Linn

95 384 169 121 95 152 266

59 165 297 103 161

136 500 100 110 130 175 219 98 304 127 110 196

93 372 150 113 98 141 251 56 163 280 109 149

132 464 87 98 120 151 219 93 286 127 91 187

108 394 151 116 115 148 278 66 177 293 108 166

123 465 90 93 107 142 197 86 273 130 94 174

92 368 138 105 100 136 239 57 165 282 107 155

131 450 91 98 106 134 210 92 271 124 90 176

96 364 144 109 102 136 243 58 172 283 110 157

127 452 93 94 101 136 211 88 271 124 89 175

92 370 137 111 102 136 240 59 163 288 107 152

128 447 91 93 100 131 209 86 268 126 89 175

271

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934 COUNTY—Continued

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W

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.w>d

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/ans Rep.

H

irsons Dem.

uffman Dem.

P

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court

amilton Dem.

unlap Dem.

%

oodruff Rep.

elson Rep.

2

artin Rep.

urray Dem.

Railroad Commissioner

ichards Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

370 79 197 164 89 43 56 83 51 73 102 111 370

392 197 302 257 188 85 112 127 81 117 102 173 391

433 103 203 159 95 55 78 95 71 83 128 125 404

7,304 5,618 7,153 7,119 5,642 5,708 7,084 7,127 7,126 5,819 5,703 5,757 7,069 5,659

7,159

6,175

421 214 275 255 185 87 122 141 91 125 94 175 426

372 80 197 156 87 42 58 77 48 59 114 112 361

416 215 272 247 181 79 124 139 88 118 93 171 411

410 214 271 247 183 80 122 137 89 117 95 171 410

368 78 194 161 91 44 55 75 52 63 95 114 376

372 79 193 163 90 44 56 78 50 60 98 113 370

420 215 272 247 184 81 124 135 89 124 92 171 409

417 214 270 251 183 83 122 133 88 115 96 167 405

421 213 270 247 183 82 125 133 87 115 95 168 403

373 81 192 161 91 47 54 82 52 67 99 115 375

371 79 195 162 90 45 54 80 53 69 103 115 377

370 82 196 163 92 47 56 85 54 74 104 120 375

416 212 264 246 187 86 119 133 89 109 92 169 402

COUNTY 112 143 158 350 117 111 482 120 154 196 139 121 132 79 73 280 96 210 60 61 65 51

92 127 147 316 107 111 459 114 139 190 135 118 126 74 66 263 96 207 57 57 65 52

96 124 144 282 101 127 523 91 152 133 124 73 93 100 55 341 92 168 62 \3 56 72

128 163 173 364 132 138 584 107 179 156 131 76 116

53 325 88 162 59 44 52 66

94 121 136 281 93 104 423 110 131 177 141 122 116 79 67 234 87 186 51 51 61 42

3,310 3,052 3,118 3,107 3,113 3,107 3,090 3,084 3,087 3,133 3,093 3,087 2,776 2,893

2,907

3,617

97 126 145 303 108 113 458 110 137 189 134 118 129 78 67 260 96 207 58 59 62 53

102 129 150 298 102 124 536 93 158 133 124 73 94 103 58 348 89 171 62 42 55 69

100 129 152 304 102 122 534 95 157 135 123 72 92 99 57 347 89 171 60 41 57 69

94 123 147 313 102 111 446 107 146 192 139 118 126 77 67 252 95 200 58 58 62 51

88 130 143 317 105 107 450 109 139 193 140 115 128 79 70 258 94 198 58 55 63 51

102 123 156 301 104 123 536 96 161 130 121 69 97 99 53 352 91 181 63 45 57 73

100 125 141 316 99 109 416 106 141 194 139 117 126 80 71 250 94 200 60 59 64 50

100 123 149 299 103 122 533 94 154 127 120 70 93 99 57 351 93

170 61 47 56 72

79 104 131 286 92 94 395 97 127 179 132 115 113 68 61 223 87 192 55 50 57 39

101 125 154 299 102 119 531 96 158 127 121 69 94 95 53 350 91 168 61 46 56 71

90 122 138 270 99 117 494 84 143 121 114 68 91 93

no

64 413 104 202 71 61 62 83

COUNTY

101 377 145 113 105 152 255 62 167 285 108 161

127 444 81 89 105 132 207 86 271 126 91 175

87 353 139 105 95 134 234 55 151 276 99 149

80 350 136 105 95 130 231 58 148 274 98 149

125 441 84 94 101 131 215 86 271 130 95 172

132 83 443 326 82 124 96 104 96 93 126 122 222 219 57 87 274 149 130 ' 261 102 95 172 151

84 339 123 105 93 123 226 59 152 263 100 146

84 330 125 101 94 120 215 54 150 257 97 147

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124 442 87 93 100 126 214 89 275 133 90 171

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127 440 86 93 95 123 208 86 275 130 91 175

U

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123 443 84 93 97 130 212 87 274 130 92 171

73 304 119 90 89 111 206 51 130 240 89 137

owell Rep.

w

tterback Dem.

P<

laussen Rep.

AH

;evens Rep.


indig Rep.

ichards Dem.

H

irsons Dem.

W

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court

amilton * Dem.

P



'oodruff Rep.

uffman Dem.

2

Railroad Commissioner

unlap Dem.

elson Rep.

[urray Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

P 118 406 76 83 86 112 197 84 259 119 82 160

109 383 147 127 101 160 254 66 183 285 119 164

120 459 91 88 115 133 205 89 272 128 80 172

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER, 1935-1936

272

DALLAS

Perry—1st ward 2d ward . . 3d ward Redfield Scandia Spring Valley Sugar Grove Van Meter... Walnut Washington Woodward

355 472 351 202 181 105 153 161 256 112 439

466 476 403 291 60 147 193 226 144 88 296

337 456 332 194 171 110 152 157 242 103 408

440 436 371 269

47

126 179 207 133 74 284

338 451 341 208 174 109 166 174 259 111 414

446 442 367 262 58 120 167 195 121 74 301

323 446 330 184 170 100 151 161 238 106 409

327 446 324 187 160 103 154 167 241 108 418

436 432 380 268 50 119 168 188 125 72 277

Attorney General

325 445 333 186 167 105 155 160 237 104 405

Naglestad Rep.

Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep. 434 429 369 267 43 125 168 191 122 73 282

Williams Rep.

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor Kraschel Dem.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Turner Rep.

Governor

O'Connor Dem.

SIXTH DISTRICT

434 433 369 259 46 119 160 191 123 71 286

4,854 4,995 4,637 4,621 4,865 4,527 4,562 4,476 4,609 4,476' 4,579 4,434

Total

MADISON Crawford Douglas... Earlham. Grand River Jackson.. Jefferson Lee Lincoln Madison Monroe Ohio Penn . . . Scott .. South Union Walnut Webster. . . Winterset—1st Winterset—2d

138 127 155 147 105 114

156 105 318 221 159 123

132 123 154 154 102 108

144 179 304 183 152 117

135 141 162 167 110 110

138 170 305 170 143 119

126 122 148 154 97 103

139 171 308 170 141 120

125 125 149 150 102 110

141 178 306 173 141 114

89 134 112 189 161 112 179 127 430 382

81 130 2<3 145 143 326 127 167 158 527 545

65 81 136 110 177 150 101 174 113 390 353

81 116 237 146 132 312 117 144 151 471 503

68 100 140 119 185 157 108 183 122 373 374

76 107 233 146 126 313 113 144 147 485 494

64 87 127 115 174 145 99 163 109 346 336

78 107 234 141 130 311 114 134 146 474 487

64 84 137 110 175 144 95 165 107 344 337

77 106 231 145 129 310 117 143 147 473 486

111 147 70

.

49 161

103 128

40 152

109 160

39 138

106 121

39 148

102 128

45 147

132 124 150 152 102 108

138 168 306 173 138 113

64 84 137 110 180 154 99 182 109 378 370

75 104 226 141 127 302 119 135 144 461 459

107 151

40 128

3,029 3,984 2,854 3,681 3,023 3,606 2,742 3,592 2,753 3,609 2,893 3,497

Total

MARION Harvey Tracy Dallas Outside Dallas Town Melcher Franklin ,.. Attica Pershing Knoxville Outside Knoxville—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Lake Prairie Outside Pella—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Bussey Hamilton Marysville Perry Pleasant Grove Polk Red Rock .. Summit Swan Union Washington Total

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Ui

93

Io5 109

124 97

121 105

190 82 327 129 147 246 398 363 237 469 278 214 284 195 122 209 62 116 55

114 112 159 116 137 78 422 510 236 400 115 176 121 123 82 165 44 69 50

192 81 317 127 144 247 383 348 232 455 270 211 273 199 118 209 63 106 50

108 110 154 107 122

340 72

417 56

97 107 111 93 145

149 94 123 75 205

333 77 99 113 107 88 154

78

396 487 226 375 80 151 110 98 63 155 35 68 49

380 52 131 76 118 71 195

146 99

122 102

125 94

121 101

122 90

117 103

125 88

197 87 278 139 143 256 410 337 230 447 275 226 278 200 122 203 64 100 59

109 112 253 99 123 82 385 504 224 394 88 149 111 106 71 168 42 74 52

201 88 327 123 141 259 400 326 229 449 248 214 278 207 126 209 62 112 48

101 101 158 106 123

198 89 327 123 136 255 381 325 225 440 248 217 270 207 128 209 63 119 49

106 103 171 106 127 77 387 488 222 383 73 147 98 89 56 157 37 68 59

200 89 331 126 138 250 384 331 224 451 243 210 278 209 127 208 61 111 51

101 101 163 99 126 80 385 488 219 373 67 148 92 90 58 154 37 66 58

72 99 114 109 85 163

129 74 116 72 182

339 82 107 113 113 88 165

383 49 131 86 118

mU

364 76 96 114 109 90 168

77

386 496 219 375 67 153 98 91 58 152 36 67 62

352 49 129 78 116 65 177

330 80 98 115 110 82 165

374 44 129 72 116 70 181

330

114 103

374 51

5,302 4,592 5,217 4,221 5,303 4,392 5,283 4,114 5,201 4,160 5,207 4,120

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934

273

COUNTY —Continued Secretary of Agriculture

Railroad Commissioner

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court

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1° 331 442 336 178 147 98 145 161 219 100 395

420 428 379 263 45 120 166 196 126 71 277

428 429 375 269 51 119 167 189 130 73 289

303 414 320 176 154 89 139 154 215 97 386

310 426 318 172 156 93 140 154 217 98 391

297 412 312 169 152 88 138 150 207 94 380

440 437 366 265 48 117 167 191 123 71 281

439 433 368 263 44 115 168 186 124 67 273

438 424 370 258 44 115 165 190 122 70 272

271 371 294 150 131 77 126 142 194 82 318

4J0 409 340 251 43 112 157 186 111 67 254

347 464 334 199 170 107 159 182 255 108 453

4,711 4,412 4,448 4,406 4,436 4,474 4,238 4,288 4,173 4,450 4,409 4,404 3,795 4,122

4,876

325 446 333 201 163 109 153 170 250 108 422

339 449 314 177 160 110 145 154 219 104 400

438 437 364 258 49 117 171 189 114 71 270

COUNTY 130 127 157 153 103 109 108 138 68 84 140 117 176 153 104 166 116 350 350

134 171 298 172 138 114 40 130

120 115 150 148 95 101 100 120 62 76 123 107 168 135 96 161 103 324 319

118 113 150 149 96 105 97 116 63 71 123 103 166 130 99 161 103 325 312

144 172 303 175 139 117 43 139 76 108 235 142 131 317 116 142 148 470 491

145 174 305 176 141 117 45 140

122 108 150 141 97 101 96 119 58 68 125 103 168 136 91 153 97 323 318

122 111 147 141 101 100 98 117 59 70 122 104 162 132 92 152 97 325 317

119 108 143 143 100 99 98

144 174 303 171 140 115 42 139 76 105 232 147 130 305 121 144 151 454 474

146 171 303 171 137 115 41 136 77 104 231 144 132 305 121 144 145 451 466

139 173 306 171 137 119 42 140 76 102 224 147 131 304 119 144 149 454 472

139 166 293 166 131 113 40 130 72 95 220 144 128 293 109 130 143 422 425

136 144 166 183 118 115 107 171 78 91 176 119 196 182 108 182 126 418 408

145 175 301 164 135 114 49 118 69 111 201 146 126 298 113 156 153 451 469

2,849 3,537 2,623 2,600 3,608 3.640 2,574 2,560 2,534 3,567 3,540 3,549 2,320 3,359

3,224

3,494

108 87 99 90 130 91 116 70 342 422 79 347 53 129 79 72 51 145 32 60 51 350 41 119 68 107 64 58

123 92 196 115 350 133 154 244 387 359 210 430 321 254 317 224 138 214 60 116 51 348 72 106 136 113 85 174

145 106 108 90 193 100 121 94 389 484 240 390 86 125

5,191 4,132 4,828 4,698 4,237 4,839 4,918 4,810 4,701 4,056 3,927 3,907 4,354 3,460

5,522

4,219

75 110 228 144 128 308 114 147 142 468 476

77 139 234 144 132 320 117 147 148 479 490

HI 60 71 125 103 163 130 92 146 94 320 309

110 99 141 127 85 86 88 109 53 64 115 92 150 115 84 137 81 296 288

COUNTY 124 99 194 89 326 123 138 253 386 331 224 438 247 213 265 200 121 212 60 116 52 334 72 100 116 111 84 163

118 94 105 100 166 104 128 79 392 485 208 376

72 143 98 93 58 157 39 63 53 374 54 128 75 118 71 181

116 80 192 85 301 123 111 224 354 307 200 412 229 201 260 193 113 200 57 102 47 317 72 95 107 101 76 153

136 76 188 81 286 117 107 180 347 289 172 558 220 194 229 183 108 188 56 76 46 302 62 89 103 96 71 138

103 107 108 100 177 99 132 109 402 506 235 389 63 145 88 93 56 152 37 69 54 382 50 126 75 121 72 187

111 115 118 111 208 108 16£ 148 452 548 284 482 78 150 116 110 67 171 42

77 60 407 67 141 88 125 81 209

118 93 181 78 316 117 131 244 323 323 256 419 243 194 256 185 111 208 58 107 45 307 71 88 111 102

120 83 180

77 309 119 128 243 310 310 244 401 239 192 244 176 115 198 58 105 50 306 73 94 103 102

77

77

156

154

113 80 181 74 292 115 128 239 309 309 230 406 237 180 230 172 109 199 58 99 49 304 69 92 98 99 76 154

118 97 109 98 161 105 128 73 498 498 82 371 60 141 82 83 54 152 37 70 55 374 52 127 76 115 68 172

115 96 107 98 154 97 128 75 469 469 78 357 59 141 78 86 30 144 33 66 52 364 51 129 78 112 67 174

101 95 102 94 159 101 124 74 470 470 80 353 56 136 80 84 46 151 32 65 55 367 54 123 82 113 67 173

108 74 154 72 268 103 119 216 329 271 231 366 209 170 231 172 94 177 52 78 44 280 64 88 91 94 71 128

77 82 55 154 37 65 61 368 64 130 87 119 69 180

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTER, 1935-1936

SIXTH DISTRICT

POLK

2d precinct . .... 3d precinct 4th precinct 5tb precinct 6th precinct .. 7th precinct 8th precinct 9th precinct 10th precinct 1 tth precinct 12th precinct . . 13th precinct 14th precinct 15th precinct 16th precinct 17th precinct 18th precinct 19th precinct 20th precinct 21st precinct 22d precinct 23d precinct 24th precinct 25th precinct 26th precinct 27th precinct 28th precinct 29th precinct . . . 30th precinct 31st precinct 32d precinct 33d precinct 34th precinct 35th precinct 36th precinct 37th precinct 38th precinct 39th precinct 40th precinct 41st precinct 42d precinct 43d precinct 44th precinct 45th precinct 46th precinct 47th precinct 48th precinct 49th precinct 50th precinct 51st precinct 52d precinct 53d precinct 54th precinct 55th precinct .. 56th precinct 57th precinct 58th precinct 59th precinct . 60th precinct , 61st precinct , 62d precinct , 63d precinct ... 64th precinct Allen Beaver Bloomfield—1st precinct 2d precinct , Camp—1st precinct 2d precinct Clay Crocker Delaware

362 757 716 626 528 780 415 380 525 269 41 48 318 486 307 513 445 429 367 227 325 230 237 265 339 212 441 204 603 251 469 341 304 221 191 134 239 170 169 236 127 310

87 225

72 325

577

464 471 484 814 627 272 283 355 416 262 479 332 125 229 209 300 466 317 273

316 115

77

73 215

524 31 94 179

217 272 244

280 288 172

820

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316 545 412 433 332 555 255 394 461 389 85 124 306 287 255 249 296 281 362 280 287 256 271 211 359 171 509 233 401 182 458 440 307 424 274 201 340 319 514 297 244 598 638 387 386 400 388 427 370 509 249 337 302 377 364 187 389 271 516 611 469 436

382 263

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343 410 262 453 341 106 211 199 280 454 300 285

396 385 550 316 17 39 272 447 278 470 438 404 365 216 288 218 211 251 302 191 411 196 544 223 437 305 280 195 177 126 214 144 157 226 125 283 524 421 415 457 744 597 237 247 312 385 240 418 297 88 179 176 261 382 271 234

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Auditor of State

Secretary of State nwalt

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735 65 60 15

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21 26 21

314 689 677 597 502 760 386 389 553 303 40 36 272 454 278 473 431 414 359 214 295 218 213 240 307 192 409 196 538 226 436 301 275 195 167 120 218 142 153 231 128 277 512 424 406 444 738 588 231 246 300 387 234 405 295 83 179 176 254 384 258 244

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341 230

285 93

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66 234 757 66

60 291

7 15 24 23 13

22 27 21

265 94 63 298

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469 33 74 152 239 216 137

275

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Secretary o Agriculture

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323 602 411 439 312 506 265 355 350 284 81 125 281 319 269 277 297 291 333 263 300 244 265 198 376 162 490 216 432 212 461 434 273 392 252 189 320 314 473 265 219 559 630 424 401 414 430 452 330 450 270 314 304 403 337 172 334 255 491 568 466 437 377 245 96 280 811 75 79 194 257 331 254

332 683 686 611 523 786 395 402 579 358 45 44 313 454 282 472 437 402 381 223 313 233 224 268 315 200 434 212 569 214 446 321 302 223 188 128 242 164 170 243 135 299 578 420 423 467 754 588 270 289 317 409 251 440 323 106 133 196 286 441 297 245 306 98 62 275 514 34 95 153 246 219 149

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTER, 1935-1936

POLK

SIXTH DISTRICT

Douglas Elkhart Franklin—1st precinct 2d precinct Four Mile . .... Jefferson—1st precinct 2d precinct Lincoln—1st precinct 2d precinct Madison... . Savior Union . . Valley Junction—1st w a r d . . . . 2d ward 3d ward Walnut—1st precinct 2d precinct 3d precinct . . . 4 th precinct Washington Webster—1st precinct 2d precinct 3d precinct 4th precinct Total

93 152 54 113 163 98 217 93 55 170

127 150 70 111 111 49 116 81 57 103

98 139 56 107 137 85 198 89 53 154

103 131 63 84 97 50 109 53 43 93

97 142 59 113 130 85 190 94 56 156

114 128 55 88 133 50 123 66 46 92

102 130 59 112 136 78 181 96 55 148

101 133 56 113 140 87 195 97 55 150

O'Connor Dem.

Attorney General

Williams Rep.

Hanson Rep. 92 118 57 81 82 45 108 51 41 87

Wegman Dem.

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State

Storms Dem,

Green wait Rep.

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor Kraschel Dem.

Turner Rep.

PRECINCTS

Herring Dem.

Governor

97 114 58 85 86 45 105 46 42 87

Naglestad Rep.

276

96 130 54 107 137 81 190 94 50 150

98 120 59 85 92 44 106 53 44 88

257 62 288 251

232 71 173 128

237 61 281 233

208 63 159 120

236 61 279 221

227 66 175 139

232 60 275 223

206 61 159 116

247 60 284 222

200 62 152 121

236 61 284 227

205 60 154 118

296

208

283

196

274

214

274

195

275

192

280

192 57 65 34 117 83 102 44 114

64 102 44 107 109 116 130 172 50

57 70 41 131 104 138 50 120 76

59 88 45 104 99 109 127 173 39

56 67 35 118 89 111 4.S 109 76

64 87 45 108 104 114 131 170 40

56 78 36 119 94 91 43 111 78

57 86 44 108 95 106 126 167 38

53 65 36 110 90 99 41 108 76

53 89 44 111 99 142 126 166 37

58 87 46 106 104 109 123 161 40

59 60 36 110 84 88 45 107 76

72

28,057 27,282 26,084 25,402 25,199 27,288 25,176 24,760 25,414 24,611 25,828 24,839

STOEY Ames—1st ward. . 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Collins Franklin Grant Howard Indian Creek Kelley Lafayette Lincoln Milford Nevada—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Nevada Township, New Albany Ontario Palestine No. 1. . . Palestine No. 2 . .. Richland Sherman Story City Union Warren Washington Total

347 510 319 527 184 193 96 223 208 81 151 177 97 192 184 136 158 71 214 65 123 170 87 79 216 189 159

70

437 607 229 458 140 120 89 278 282 66 75 203 66 174 98 194 208 58 157 40 154 191 107 47 353 197 138 53

317 455 290 460 173 192 85 217 204 79 143 168 99 168 162 118 138 62 201 62 126 156 87 78 192 183 149 71

434 608 218 480 126 104 71 216 254 60 59 175 47 160 85 176 190 49 137 33 126 163 85 38 284 165 109 49

350 504 301 521 181 203 94 235 213 80 153 180 102 174 165 128 143 68 204 62 143 159 90

77 212

191 159 80

407 586 203 438 122 92 69 206 242 56 56 171 49 154 85 173 196 46 137 32 106 161 74 39 267 164 110 39

329 455 285 460 163 185 85 221 200 78 141 170 99 167 153 102 124 63 198 59 133 160 82 76 179 182 139 69

409 601 204 461 127 92

70

213 239 56 51 171 45 153 86 182 192 49 136 35 113 154 70 39 185 156 117 41

327 457 287 475 171 187 86 224 196

77

143 169 99 155 152 103 123 58 202 61 136 152 80 80 186 188 143 72

412 592 204 450 110 94 68 191 238 54 46 168 41 153 82 178 188 49 130 32 101 151 70 35 267 148 110 38

330 436 286 448 175 185

77

189 198 73 135 162 97 161 153 110 121 58 197

56

131 154 77 77 169 180 127 66

408 612 206 464 116 92 67 251 233 54 56 167 50 148 84 170 187 42 133 30 120 165 71 33 311 162 139 39

5,226 5,219 4,835 4,701 5,172 4,480 4,757 4,447 4,789 4,400 4,628 4,610

277

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100 132 59 112 137 87 190 101 54 154 238 66 285 221 280

57 86 45 110 108 115 128 167 37

104 124 56 81 89 44 105 50 43 89 208 68 149 120 190 56 68 34 109 87 100 42 106 74

89 125 57 108 132 78 170 84 53 146 220 60 272 215 268 54 79 43 101 100 103 125 157 37

90 125 53 105 130 77 169 82 52 145 219 61 270 216 271 51

77

43 100 96 105 125 160 39

101 116 54 80 84 50 116 50 41 88 203 61 155 119 190 55 65 35 113 81 99 41 106 74

103 120 57 80 97 47 121 52 42 88 217 61 168 128 194 58 65 34 116 85 106 43 113 75

96 118 52 103 131 75 166 83 53 144 222 63 274 210 270 53 74 45 102 94 102 95 157 36

94 113 53 106 125 75 163 84 53 141 210 61 270 207 267 49 80 44 92 91 103 103 154 33

95 123 56 87 89 50 108 53 38 84 202 59 154 129 188 57 61 35 113 87 106 37 107 73

95 132 57 85 87 50 110 54 37 86 204 58 152 127 191 56 60 34 111 92 102 33 106 75

95 134 57 83 87 48 110 53 38 83 202 60 153 128 191 54 60 34 114 84 100 35 106 76

99 118 57 108 130 75 167 90 54 142 228 58 276 211 266 50 84 44 98 86 112 119 158 34

95 120 53 76 95 47 109 49 38 83 195 62 152 123 193 56 62 34 113 87 93 40 102 78

115 181 78 143 164 106 209 143 71 189 260 86 287 231 285 62 97 48 105 130 106 142 182 38

Dowell Rep.

Claussen Rep.

Powers Dem.

Stevens Rep.

Kindig Rep.

Evans Rep.

Parsons Dem. 101 124 55 105 138 78 166 84 54 143 227 65 282 212 272 54 *2 45 105 91 103 108 161 38

Utterback Dem.

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court Hamilton , Dem.

Woodruff Rep.

Martin Rep.

Huffman Dem.

Dunlap Dem.

Nelson Rep.

Murray Dem.

1

Railroad Commissioner

Richards Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

105 111 50 82 100 46 113 29 40 81 214 58 174 135 212 57 71 36 121 88 108 36 106 81

25,481 24,525 23,849 23,510 24.804 26,734 22,945 24,320 22,570 25,469 24,986 25,469 23,742 24,629 27,768 25,889

COUNTY 313 449 280 458 169 169 76 209 201 78 131 172 96 160 153 107 118 64 199 58 134 157 74

436 625 225 495 125 121 112 242 254 57 72 179 59 188 106 202 226 60 147 37 116 169 113 46 285 178 134 55

407 592 316 482 164 181 80 208 193 82 140 157 101 169 150 115 128 62 199 62 140 156 85

293 398 258 406 162 170 71 201 186 71 130 155 91 140 138 95 111 52 189 55 131 148 73 69 168 182 127 66

407 604 227 488 115 102 66 185 230 49 48 165 42 145 84 174 180 42 134 33 97 148 75 36 266 144 108 44

302 420 272 383 154 171 75 192 187 76 130 143 87 141 132 97 108 48 184 52 131 152 72 63 168 173 120 64

405 628 210 509 111 95 67 198 232 52 50 162 45 161 85 174 178 46 141 37 104 147 69 41 262 150 117 44

404 604 213 505 112 95 65 191 233 51 47 166 46 153 84 174 183 48 139 34 101 148 73 37 263 153 111 43

409 618 209 516 112 88 65 190 236 51 48 165 48 155 85 174 184 47 139 35 99 147 71 41 265 146 118 45

406 604 209 496 112 97 66 191 234 51 42 158 46 153 85 178 182 48 139 28 101 145 71 36 257 143 109 43

363 529 307 510 197 199 95 313 246 85 161 191 115 189 168 143 151 62 209 66 163 209 125 78 245 222 168 S3

387 546 197 434 120 94 68 150 222 52 44 149 45 147 89 160 184 55 150 28 98 138 63 40 249 144 96 36

4,672 5,064 5,017 4,336 4,084 4,438 4,336 4,297 4,195 4,520 4,476 4,506 4,198 4,430

5,592

4,185

75

184 184 139 65

77

180 185 135 71

345 489 187 438 106 89 63 187 229 47 42 166 40 143 78 158 179 37 132 31 102 143 71 35 266 138 104 39

308 399 267 388 157 173 72 197 187 78 132 152 88 147 136 103 117 52 194 54 130 150 69 63 163 173 122 65

295 385 258 377 152 168 69 196 182 76 132 145 85 140 131 97 104 46 184 52 134 146 67 62 165 167 117 63

296 391 261 370 158 162 73 188 180 72 137 145 86 140 124 91 111 53 186 55 127 143 67 70 162 166 118 66

278

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEK, 1935-1936 WARREN

SIXTH DISTRICT Governor

Lieutenant Governor

Secietary of State

Auditor of State

Treasurer of State

Attorney General

PRECINCTS

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173 251 122 236 251 97 223 243 63 90 156 75 98 231 239 81 159 181 151 139



221 281 218 90 164 160 399 248 137 99 129 149 156 279 196 125 272 487 266 346

176 239 122 229 243 99 220 241 71 80 159 73 88 234 233 81 156 174 137 128

196 267 193 81 150 154 384 230 120 98 120 144 149 268 189 116 257 451 241 322

205 279 185 74 147 149 372 230 122 98 115 140 151 269 184 108 244 465 244 320

183 240 147 243 258 108 257 247 74 87 170 83 98 232 244 99 174 197 144 153

198 274 189 78 144 145 369 228 117 96 118 144 150 267 176 114 250 460 239 314

179 236 128 233 249 103 231 238 66 79 163 72 87 225 241 82 159 178 136 138

170 233 130 234 243 106 228 244 64" 80 166 70 87 224 236 83 148 179 137 136

194 274 186 81 148 145 373 234 121 96 114 142 150 266 182 114 258 462 239 318

167 238 129 233 248 103 239 246 68 76 161 70 86 226 235 82 155 181 139 140

3,259 4,422 3,183 4,130 3,438 4,101 3,223 4,070 3,198 4,097 3,222

SEVENTH DISTRICT

194 266 186 79 140 145 358 225 110 99 117 142 145 264 184 118 246 460 236 314 ,028

ADAIR Governor

Lieutenant Governor

Secretary of State

Auditor of State

Treasurer of State

Attorney General

PRECINCTS

2$ Adair Bridgewater. Eureka Grand River. Greenfield Grove Harrison Jackson Jefferson Lee Lincoln Orient Prussia Richland Stuart Summerset. . Summit Union Walnut Washington. . Total.

165 93 74 96 429 105 109 114 90 88 141 207 106 130 62 314 115 68 144 92

25(5 99 94 108 670 168 161 86 162 112 103 252 82 116 110 344 81 126 109 105

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a 167 86 65 9' 449 116 105 102 105 104 139 222 99 127 60 293 111 65 145 97

226 93 93 86 575 138 128 S3

142 79 94 215 69 104 100 318 77 109 92 84

159 84 6 108 397 99 92 98 92 89 123 212 84 118 61 284 108 54 127 93

227 92 92 70 573 138 122 82 145 87 91 218 71 100 93 305 73 112 96 84

160 82 62 82 385 103 90 103 91 88 130 199 81 118 59 285 106 54 128 96

224 94 89 85 584 139 12 79 147 86 91 222 70 99 91 312 72 114 96 81

160 82 65 75 363 96 95 100 89 92 130 200 82 114 58 260 108 54 130 96

228 91 87 84 593 136 120 78 147 79 89 219 67 101 93 310 71 111 92 81

2,742 3,344 2,563 3,049 2,754 2,905 2,545 2,871 2,502 2,897 2,449 2,877

279

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155 227 125 228 237 99 222 233 62 79 158 73 84 218 228 76 144 169 131 125

191 271 184 81 140 141 355 224 117 96 114 139 147 270 180 110 239 446 233 320

155 223 120 230 231 97 217 233 61 72 154 68 83 212 220 77 137 165 128 121

202 270 184 78 150 145 354 225 119 95 117 139 145 267 185 117 253 464 240 319

209 279 188 81 147 146 385 231 123 101 121 141 153 271 190 119 262 471 246 327

3,304 3,998 3,073 3,004 4,068 4,191

W 153 231 120 231 238 98 219 229 61 72 154 67 80 217 229 74 142 168 137 126

157 225 119 232 233 96 220 235 61 73 157 69 76 216 224 74 143 167 135 128

151 224 117 232 234 97 213 230 60 71 154 67 78 214 223 73 141 164 137 121

3,046 3.040 3,001

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.urray Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

190 265 180 75 149 139 356 224 116 91 113 137 141 259 181 118 247 459 231 307

194 283 164 249 269 120 297 255 90 103 179 97 114 255 263 95 191 261 169 198

197 256 173 76 145 142 343 236 106 87 111 133 147 251 172 108 232 401 236 280

4,028 3,995 4,001 2,935 3,978

3,846

3,832

202 264 179 79 143 144 356 230 116 96 113 138 149 266 181 118 245 457 236 316

196 266 182 77 142 141 356 225 115 96 110 138 147 261 183 119 238 459 231 313

196 262 182 77 142 143 346 228 115 94 110 141 149 266 183 116 241 461 234 315

147 222 117 223 227 100 210 231 63 63 152 66 80 212 224 68 132 156 125 117

COUNTY

150 79 57 78 311 96 82 100 86 84 117 194 77 112 55 259 100 51 127 89

2,579 2,857 2,367

2,304

230 92 91 74 580 141 124 77

142 81 86 220 71 99 89 303 77 110 88 82

227 92 91 70 598 34 119 79 141 81 94 219 71 96 95 307 71 110 90 83

232 95 91 73 608 136 124 79 141 86 90 223 72 97 95 317 71 108 91 84

147 74 59 72 336 85 77 97 77 82 112 192 74 109 57 256 103 52 120 87

151 78 56 74 330 84 76 96 82 81 115 183 79 106 58 252 101 51 120 90

is 151 79 58 74 333 90 77 97 83 83 117 185 75 110 59 245 101 49 123 84

225 92 89 76 580 138 123 79 147 86 96 220 67 96 95 310 70 112 92 82

2,768 2,913 2,268 2,263 2,273 2,875

220 92 87 72 573 136 121 81 140 83 97 217 62 97 94 302 64 113 91 79

earin Dem.

irsons Dem.

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156 80 59 75 350 94 86 97 85 88 116 191 77 115 56 272 101 51 125 93

158 85 62 94 387 102 93 104 94 95 136 205 89 123 64 287 107 57 141 96

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court

Railroad Commissioner

nlap Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

I* U 222 91 86 72 570 136 121 78 140 83 94 216 65 97 91 300 73 112 93 83

142 70 49 62 288 68 63 90 68 76 97 167 62 92 55 230 90 48 114 88

227 88 85 65 520 127 105 68 137 71 82 203 63 86 6t 104 79 8

151 81 80 101 481 123 105 111 106 113 150 232 102 13 67 327 105 75 137 101

247 95 80 76 518 132 119 81 137 73 82 200 70 94 90 296 82 95 99 83

2,8211 2,823 2,019 2,62C

2,883

2,749

9C 273

IOWA OFFICIAL KEGISTER, 1935-1936

280

SEVENTH DISTRICT

ADAMS

Carl Colony Corning—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Douglas Grant Brooks Jasper Lincoln Mercer Nodaway Prescott Quincy Union Washington

74 119 111 139 51 93 31 55 58 57

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162 144 30 82 97

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148 82 308 450 248 306 166 97 112 161 116 245 298 78 98 227

113 158 161 40 92 115

133 75 305 427 234 279 147 86 96 138 90 248 290 64 91 219

3,606 1,436

3,140

1,677

2,922

122 120 127 252 101 128 83 348 459 93 132 73 99 60 85 46

140 104 106 353 120 185 142 308 341 134 82 151 134 68 108 135

108 111 107 225 99 100 69 344 430 76 131 54 82 55 76 40

97 131 136 174 72 116 58 62 77

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83 116 115 139 61 98 42 52 65 62 79 168 141 27 82 106

175 97 376 514 303 339 185 102 121 178 144 285 326 93 106 262

Auditor of State

Secretary of State

126 74 289 412 236 283 152 87 98 139 94 239 299 69 91 214

87 124 124 150 66 101 45 51 71 68 85 159 154 33 88 107

1,505

2,902

1,513

118 88 85 322 115 162 132 276 325 123 67 129 116 65 100 130

113 110 109 228 94 105 58 317 420 77 139 62 93 58 80 36

121 90 92 333 116 167 132 315 321 123 74 135 115 63 103 134

89 123 123 147 61 104 44 55 69 70 86 163 145 33 90 103

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88 122 124 165 71 107 47 54 71 67 87 156 150 32 89 105

392 222 279 145 S3 97 137 89 237 292 66 90 205

2,899 1,535

2, 805

130 75 290 414 226 289 151 88 99 138 94 238 302 63 93 209

17.1

71 279

AUDUBON Audubon Cameron Douglas Exira Greeley Hamlin Lincoln Le Roy—No. 1 Le Roy—No. 2 Melville. . . Oakfield Sharon Viola Gray Bravton . . . . . . Kimballton

129 93 93 344 118 157 136 329 341 121 92 118 116 61 99 127

130 140 138 265 101 132 75 365 470 92 142 68 97 65 86 42

126 92 85 327 115 148 120 296 300 119 79 119 112 59 99 122

112 114 101 218 95 100 60 373 419 80 133 58 99 61 76 35

119 93 91 330 113 155 130 297 322 124 70 127 118 63 102 123

11G 109 106 228 94 109 64 332 427 76 137 62 87 57 77 44

2,474 2,408 2,318 2,328 2,611 2,107 2,353 2,099 2,434 2,134 2,377 2,119

Total

CASS Atlantic—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Bear Grove Benton Brighton Cass Edna Franklin Grant—No. 1 Grant—No. 2 Grove Lincoln . . Masscna Noble Pleasant—No. 1 Pleasant—No. 2 Pymosa Union Victoria Washington Total

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292 355 401 396 73 127 191 146 63 245 267 117 107 121 144 123 191 74 129 231 96 135

168 201 505 475 160 109 173 275 157 153 315 126 192 127 359 177 337 174 165 332 155 89

275 334 376 374 71 124 169 146 64 222 237 99 107 107 135 116 174 79 118 222 98 128

154 268 180 299 502 • 350 466 367 148 94 104 133 180 171 257 158 140 71 146 218 301 252 112 115 187 115 119 108 339 135 153 131 332 180 164 90 163 116 299 230 141 105 127 88

167 193 511 466 133 94 175 254 130 157 288 109 178 123 324 139 329 154 160 287 139 85

261 307 336 344 73 119 144 140 65 204 220 94 107 94 129 107 173 84 110 208 94 118

163 180 509 473 138 101 180 260 133 159 298 113 182 122 312 145 329 153 158 287 137 87

4,024 4,924 3,775 4,678 3,830 4,595 3,531

4,619

271 312 339 351 74 120 153 152 71 208 239 96 111 97 130 111 172 86 114 209 100 119

154 178 505 475 140 101 176 240 128 154 287 114 177 120 307 139 327 151 157 284 134 87

277 315 350 344 73 123 153 143 73 218 231 101 115 96 138 105 181 86 115 221 101 122

148 174 500 473 139 99 174 254 124 149 288 105 174 116 301 137 319 153 151 270 133 82

3,641 4,535 3,681 4,463

281

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112 64 240 330 177 247 128 71 82 125 69 212 265 59 77 155

103 132 176 222 78 139 87 75 92 101 120 194 168 38 118 142

268 364 200 260 125 79 85 116 85 237 287 75 87 197

1,581 2,819 1,419 1,412 2,822 2,793 1,400 1,422 1,488 2,766 2,653 2,676 1,234 2,413

1,985

2,666

104 91 89 208 86 97 52 312 386 66 133 57 86 57 72 39

128 97 97 332 109 155 131 326 313 122 75 144 128 61 106 121

120 114 111 259 104 126 66 319 441 88 147 80 83 63 82 58

2,391 2,137 2,291 2,294 2,078 2,091 2,219 2,245 2,195 2,074 2,055 2,053 1,992 1,935

2,445

2,266

135 165 478 437 121 93 160 237 120 144 278 99 164 107 290 122 313 140 150 269 131 80

241 307 383 380 119 127 165 155 87 232 255 108 124 117 162 170 195 99 135 260 102 135

158 191 520 468 119 104 185 257 119 150 293 113 174 111 316 124 321 147 148 286 142 85

3,688 4,517 3,419 3,357 4,556 4,584 3,340 3,372 3,437 4,494 4,415 4,447 3,102 4,233

4,058

4,531

76 73

89 164 148 33 88 110

83 114 106 140 61 99 44 46 64 65 84 147 138 31 85 105

123 73 284 393 222 281 147 86 101 137 87 235 298 64 91 200

123 74 292 384 215 279 141 89 103 133 85 238 288 64 91 194

82 121 115 132 55 99 45 47 65 63

78

150 136 31 85 96

80 120 109 140 56 96 47 48 61 64 84 153 142 30 92 100

81 123 119 145 63 104 48 47 70

76

81 155 142 34 94 106

125 71 270 386 215 277 142 85 92 137 91 232 294 64 84 201

117 70 257 375 204 269 141 79 88 132 78 219 286 61 85 192

121 72 261 369 208 264 145 82 97 130 84 217 284 62 83 197

67 109 99 110 46 88 42 37 56 55 60 132 132 27 84 90

72

COUNTY 128 97 85 334 118 163 138 304 319 120 68 121 112 65 103 116

110 106 110 229 90 107 59 328 427 78 142 69 95 57 79 51

113 87 84 318 108 154 131 287 303 120 69 122 107 61 102 125

116 90 86 309 112 155 133 280 295 122 73 128 104 61 105 125

117 104 103 221 90 106 55 326 424 73 134 60 96 58 72 39

112 105 97 234 88 108 53 339 434 72 133 54 94 57 72 39

113 87 70 315 102 152 125 272 293 110 70 118 103 62 100 127

113 85 82 314 109 160 127 266 290 113 69 126 97 64 100 130

106 85 69 307 109 154 126 274 287 110 69 115 100 61 95 128

112 103 106 222 90 100 55 336 419 78 134 56 92 58 76 37

113 105 96 218 89 96 58 333 421

77

132 55 93 57

77 35

111 106 100 218 89 99 54 330 418

75

134 60 89 56 80 34

98 81 64 276 93 129 121 249 252 96 68 108 95

57

89 116

COUNTY 265 306 335 347 79 117 155 151 70 215 233 101 113 101 148 121 180 86 117 228 97 123

160 180 520 474 135 104 175 247 127 148 292 109 175 114 301 133 326 152 155 271 135 84

258 295 323 333 65 115 143 140 64 199 210 92 107 89 116 98 172 83 110 202 87 118

251 281 315 319 66 113 137 135 60 192 207 89 106 89 117 100 173 81 110 207 90 119

161 186 518 431 136 103 178 254 135 158 301 102 178 121 309 144 325 152 157 288 136 83

155 190 518 473 136 103 179 358 136 162 308 101 179 121 302 138 323 155 153 276 135 83

244 289 314 328 66 110 138 138 58 192 206 88 99 91 120 98 166 80 109 202 88 116

254 290 316 331 66 112 138 138 60 193 207 92 97 92 124 99 167 83 110 198 86 119

250 297 327 330 69 109 134 136 69 195 211 88 104 91 132 108 178 84 111 206 88 120

152 181 505 466 135 99 178 254 126 151 296 104 178 114 295 133 328 152 152 280 134 81

143 168 491 461 135 97 177 251 124 155 289 105 171 112 295 132 323 148 149

277 132 80

151 177 . 504 466 134 97 179 256 121 154 291 105 173 113 294 123 321 148 148 277 133 82

232 277 293 302 57 104 123 131 40 187 188 82 94 83 100 89 154

77 101 187 83 109

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER, 1935-1936

FREMONT

143 39 176 239 271 107 84 75 82 65 290 120 204 170 189 157 90 345 353 103 116 87

Benton—No. 1 Benton—No. 2 Fisher Franklin—No 1 Franklin—No. 2 Franklin—No. 3 Green Locust Grove Madison—No 1 Madison—No. 2 Monroe Prairie Riverside Ross Scott—No 1 Scott—No. 2 Sidney—No. 1 Sidney—No. 2 Walnut Washington—No. 1 Washington—No. 2 Total...

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.

125 18 353 167 168 95 151 105 66 30 85 86 220 192 234 130 71 292 354 99 93 59

142 37 179 240 259 116 86 81 85 64 283 118 200 164 179 157 83 331 350 108 114 90

114 17 329 155 158 80 138 93 56 30 82 82 206 180 226 113 60 272 316 94 86 51

151 35 213 258 271 120 94 88 84 65 283 122 200 182 185 162 85 359 361 112 117 94

112 20 295 141 153 75 132 87 53 29 79 78 206 163 225 111 61 252 306 91 84 48

144 36 192 248 258 118 89 82 86 60 283 116 202 169 175 160 85 344 355 106 115 90

112 16 307 148 149 76 132 85 53 33 77 84 206 171 229 114 57 252 302 95 81 50

141 36 186 249 261 116 90 81 85 62 283 117 199 174 176 156 86 343 360 107 114 90

3,505 3,193 3,466 2,938 3,641 2,801 3,513 2,829 3,512

114 16 307 151 153 77 132 84 53 31 82 80 203 168 226 113 54 260 301 95 83 50

Attorney General

Naglestad Rep.

Treasurer of State

Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Auditor of State

Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Secretary of State

Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor

Kraschel Dem.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Turner Rep.

Governor

O'Connor Dem.

SEVENTH DISTRICT

Williams Rep.

282

143 36 188 253 256 117 89 84 86 60 282 114 209 173 174 159 89 349 358 105 116 91

112 16 311 142 153 77 132 82 52 33 78 84 196 166 224 110 52 250 301 97 81 50

2,833 3,531 2,799

GUTHRIE Baker Bear Grove Beaver Cass—Panora. Cass—Yale Dodge Grant Highland Jackson. Orange Penn Rich—Jamaica Rich—Yale.... Seeley Stuart Thompson Union Valley Victory Total

91 73 199 288 85 135 96 191 99 78 56 149 58 99 349 282 106 452 136

99 151 327 446 111 248 112 336 115 67 46 145 51 121 341 266 43 713 110

80 76 192 284

97 142 307 378 104 229 101 321 112 60 39 132 48 107 323 242 47 678 101

81 81 195 248 76 136 91 166 98 78 54 133 48 96 331 281 98 436 130

101 142 312 446 107 236 93 330 110 60 44 139 53 100 316 237 52 682 106

72 79 173 240 74 118 80 159 83 69 55 126 47 89 318 250 97 417 123

98 132 311 423 101 235 96 317 114 58 39 135 49 97 308 242 48 650 97

75 75 181 245 77 122 82 158 86 71 53 128 50 90 321 266 98 426 127

92 135 286 427 98 235 93 324 111 57 38 135 49 91 308 252 48 647 91

70 81 180 248 75 120 81 162 89 70 57 127 48 88 314 262 97 407 124

3,022 3,848 2,818 3,568 2,857 3,666 2,669 3,550 2,731 3,517

2.700

77

129 83 169 92 70 55 127 55 102 317 262 103 413 132

98 130 278 331 100 231 93 313 108 55 37 129 51 93 319 224 46 657 94

HARRISON Harrison Dunlap Lincoln Allen Jackson Little Sioux. . . Douglas Boyer. Magnolia Raglan Morgan Cass Jefferson Logan Calhoun Taylor Clay Washington. . .

123 373 67 75 153 283 122 107 158 125 164 115 166 390 77 144 67 235

78 313 61 76 137 220 81 148 247 44 193 71 194 462 65 111 62 111

123 354 68 70 151 281 126 108 169 123 166 110 168 384 71 151 63 226

73 308 57 78 128 209 78 143 239 44 181 75 181 440 66 108 52 118

132 369 69 76 160 291 124 113 156 125 169 113 165 398 72 151 73 255

74 305 57 75 129 200 79 144 236 41 179 75 179 413 61 109 55 110

124 357 60 79 150 268 124 113 163 126 167 117 158 392 75 151 63 243

78 307 59 74 126 216 79 138 233 34 177 74 183 436 62 109 60 98

128 372 62 78 152 278 126 112 161 128 169 114 158 392 81 151 72 245

72 296 59 72 127 210 81 140 227 38 172 75 184 430 60 109 57 95

126 365 65 79 153 278 128 110 164 127 169 112 137 398 76 148 64 241

74 299 58 71 117 209 76 141 232 39 173 75 173 440 65 109 60 97

283

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934 COUNTY

114 17 298 137 151 74 132 82 52 29 76 82 191 168 223 106 54 246 299 92 85 49

W

W

earin Dem.

M d

laussen Rep.

evens Rep.

|g

indig Rep.

irsons Dem.

amilton Dem.

bodrufi Rep.

3

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court Richards Dem.

Q

2

artin Rep.

uffman Dem.

Railroad Commissioner unlap Dem.

elson Rep.

urray Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

h

CO

u

CO

108 16 288 133 144 73 126 80 51 32 75 81 185 155 211 107 51 228 279 96 81 49

158 36 205 254 261 118 88 93 88 59 282 114 221 172 207 151 96 357 343 110 115 91

110 17 307 143 155 79 141 83 51 35 88 87 190 173 213 117 51 261 308 82 83 51

3 607 2,757 3,429 3,368 2,834 2,818 3,353 3,346 3,233 2,836 2,796 3,040 3,118 2,649

3,619

2,825

99 88 190 241 81 131 96 153 101 73 60 135 47 101 337 275 105 504 138

95 138 303 438 98 231 105 335 102 56 38 125 48 94 308 240 51 617 94

144 36 200 259 261 119 90 87 86 65 289 115 211 176 183 162 88 349 365 110 115 92

138 36 175 249 249 122 87 80 84 60 280 113 194 165 170 153 83 335 354 101 113 88

137 35 170 246 242 119 84 80 85 60 281 111 189 157 167 151 83 333 346 91 113 88

114 16 311 147 158 73 132 84 53 34 79 84 204 169 225 111 54 259 297 96 84 50

114 16 312 146 161 74 134 83 52 32 76 84 203 172 225 114 56 255 300 76 84 49

141 36 175 242 242 111 84 75 81 59 279 110 194 164 167 144 80 331 345 102 109 82

141 35 176 243 243 108 86 83 81 58 277 107 196 154 165 143 78 332 349 100 108 83

135 34 175 224 226 101 79 77 78 55 281 102 189 146 169 139 76 327 339 101 101 79

115 16 307 142 160 77 f32 85 51 34 75 85 196 172 220 115 57 262 297 98 88 52

112 16 304 148 157 78 132 80 52 35 75 79 196 169 224 113 55 250 292 95 83 51

117 18 317 177 181 93 139 91 59 39 80 94 206 191 229 125 61 263 303 103 96 58

127 35 157 230 233 108 78 71 77 59 270 100 182 148 154 139 77 300 301 91 103 78

COUNTY 79 73 186 248 83 129 88 157 90 76 57 131 47 103 320 257 101 436 131

95 134 294 325 98 224 97 323 110 54 39 129 51 90 318 237 42 621 89

71 70 171 244 70 113 73 164 84 68 51 126 45 84 314 245 91 375 118

72 70 166 220 70 110 69 154 82 71 54 126 45 82 305 242 92 370 121

94 130 296 423 101 228 96 307 108 56 36 130 49 90 303 240 45 639 92

90 129 295 434 101 233 99 314 107 55 36 128 49 92 317 249 45 654 90

64 71 167 225 71 111 73 149 84 70 48 124 47 80 322 235 90 367 120

68 74 167 223 70 112 74 148 86 67 48 123 44 76 316 242 88 365 120

64 73 167 205 67 107 73 135 80 64 48 119 43 74 307 233 87 357 121

99 127 287 428 97 229 92 314 104 53 44 127 50 93 308 244 51 654 75

96 135 290 424 95' 229 92 317 101 53 42 129 47 92 293 237 51 646 89

102 132 303 438 100 248 89 330 107 52 42 129 51 99 298 242 51 671 90

58 59 163 217 62 101 65 134 77 65 42 114 39 69 282 325 80 334 113

91 129 273 410 91 220 86 309 100 50 42 119 45 92 284 228 50 620 84

2,792 3,370 2,577 2,521 3,463 3,517 2,518 2,511 2,424 3,476 3,458 3,574 2,399 3,323

2,955

3,516

137 378 70 88 177 292 122 118 306 183 126 173 123 185 385 93 158 80

81 310 80 74 149 210 95 149 375 253 52 180 80 194 450 69 117 59

COUNTY 126 364 65 80 158 276 121 113 168 131 171 109 166 385 76 145 66 246

71 300 55 72 119 208 75 139 221 3S 173 73 182 434 61 108 57 92

124 355 61 78 151 266 126 110 164 121 165 110 139 381 77 146 68 240

127 356 62 78 150 268 126 106 165 121 161 106 161 374

77

141 65 239

76 285 56 72 122 215 76 139 227 37 174 71 180 438 59 107 58 94

75 306 55 72 121 211 76 141 227 44 176 72 178 442 61 111 58 97

125 350 61 75 150 279 128 106 164 121 161 112 158 368 71 157 65 235

122 346 65 76 144 278 128 106 164 126 164 118 165 375 78 161 68 230

120 359 64 76 149 278 132 102 162 125 161 117 160 373 76 157 67 236

78 305 61 75 132 208 77 143 230 42 172 74 181 453 55 114 62 101

77 302 65 79 133 206 82 141 235 43 172 78 180 447 63 114 66 101

74 303 66 76 131 207 80 144 233 43 174 77 190 451 63 115 65 95

122 350 68 73 147 261 118 101 159 123 156 113 165 354 67 148 66 223

73 282 54 74 121 202 78 138 236 39> 172 76 176 455 58 105 58 94

IOWA OFFICIAL REGISTER, 1935-1936

SEVENTH DISTRICT

HARBISON

Union La Grange St. John Missouri Valley—1st ward. . .. 2d ward 3d ward Cincinnati Woodbine Total

78 98

58 66

83 111

53 58

78 115

191

99

205

277 212

176 160

350 95 316

183

102

179 163

279 212

178 154

353 90 308

191 28 370

348 92 296

195 24 366

279 212

113

78

54 63

97

204

284 220

96

178 149

185 26 346

373 92 298

180 26 348

78 101

94

201

269 213

181 154

190 23 348

354 93 300

O'Connor Dem.

Wegman Dem.

56 63

58 63

Naglestad Rep.

Attorney General

Treasurer of State

Hanson Rep.

Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

i1

Auditor of State

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor

Governor

Williams Rep.

284

75 108 201 272 209 353 90 298

57 65 96 185 162 187 27 346

4,545 3,831 4,524 3,705 4,659 3,633 4,539 3,651 4,641 3,598 4,546 3,633

MILLS Henderson Benton Ingraham Mineola West Oak. . . . Folsom St. Mary's Plattville Glenwood—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Center. Silver Creek Malvern—1st ward 2d ward Hastings Emerson Deer Creek White Cloud—1st ward.. 2d ward Rawles . Lyons Total

91 87 154 138 72 53 36 278

340 199 140 117 105 53 111 112

164 162 103 70 42 171 120

135 62 155 38 109 45 30

96 90 157 140 78 58 38

165

266

134

107

288 207 175 80 136 119 280 119 270 116 49 77 137 79

329 194 138 116 99 54 110 172 151 104 73 40 176 119

122 64 140 28 96 25 20

100 90 157 140 78 61 36

152

266

114

110

255 186 167 68 132 108 265 113 251 124 43 73 120 69

309 196 133 112 114 59 111 153 156 115 76 43 191 120

119 68 143 31 98 22 22 158

105 97 158 138 80 58 37 269

279 194 176 76 122 108 277

310 198 135 117 111 58 110

119

113

139 259 122 50 71 113 67

174 156 111 74 39 178 119

113 59 136 29 95 22 19

104 97 162 138 82 60 35

145

267

253 180 168 67 121 102 261 109

110 245 116 44 69 118 64

314 204 138 118 114 56 124 115

174 156 112 76 40 177 120

114 56 132 27 93 21 19 148

101 97 167 136 80 60 37 267

250 177 167 66 119 105 248

319 192 142 118 111 57 115

107

115

110 246 116 43 67 119 60

169 154 112 73 39 180 119

115 57 127 29 92 21 17 146

248 183 161 63 121 106 252 108

114 244 118 45 67 115 62

2,918 3,005 2,905 2,735 2,926 2,833 2,945 2,645 2,983 2,610 2,960 2,611

MONTGOMERY Douglas East Elliott Frankfort Garfield Grant Lincoln Pilot Grove Red Oak Township. Red Oak—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Scott Sherman Villisca—1st ward.. 2d ward 3d ward Washington West Total

166 73 122 81 78 115 106 69

75

316 319 269 139 59 157 61 92 93 115

156 136 210 162 92 155 130 131 157 234 483 650 436 66 188 174 140 128 96

155 76 135 80 74 106 103 65 77 302 295 260 142 58 148 63 89 90 115

148 115 184 141 83 142 123 117 138 202 438 626 399 56 169 160 118 124 96

175 90 149 96 80 113 108 88 92 308 310 290 151 60 155 68 98 93 136

132 105 165 135 85 134 121 97 126 215 446 608 395 58 165 156 111 127 91

170 78 133 79 76 98 100 71

77

298 308 262 130 56 155 62 93 93 126

128 105 169 130 84 135 125 97 130 194 429 604 402 56 151 152 106 120 89

167 87 143 82 74 105

' 102

70 80 294 293 255 125 58 157 68 96 93 124

130 99 163 127 88 136 125 97 132 202 435 613 405 54 151 144 105 122 93

167 83 137 75 72 98 102 70 76 298 297 257 131 56 158 64 92 93 124

125 99 163 135 86 140 122 91 130 193 430 606 393 51 151 151 106 122 90

2,505 3,924 2,433 3,579 2.660 3,472 2,465 3,406 2,473 3,421 2,450 3,384

285

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934 COUNTY—Continued

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58 66 97 174 146 184 26 322

247 94 150 226 278 221 370 102

107 59 63 98 188 155 196 34

4,588 3,571 4,475 4,453 3,603 3,642 4,487 4,526 4,539 3,702 3,743 3,736 4,345 3.563

4,882

3,877

108 57 136 27 91 19 17 151 247 178 168 66 121 102 246 113 112 251 119 46 72 117 61

113 112 170 146 94 76 53 298 305 192 131 115 120 83 189 177 193 182 144 82 50 207 111

113 49 138 29 88 16 20 142 302 206 182 86 129 89 209 78 91 259 110 47 66 103 78

2,996 2,595 2,879 2,826 2,643 2,692 2,867 2,878 2,938 2,671 2,655 2,653 2,787 2,625

3,343

2,630

207 99 188 113 102 144 125 125 109 332 393 359 195 76 174 88 123 124 134

104 98 132 136 76 113 110 78 118 187 378 537 369 44 143 135 95 108 103

78 105 193 274 212 361 92 307

54 63 94 177 154 182 31 33S

76 110 198 261 208 354 93 293

73 106 197 259 209 341 91 294

56 66 •

94

187 154 191 27 342

55 66 96 184 158 193 27 340

79 114 196 266 209 352 92 293

83 118 196 265 209 354 91 296

85 120 200 270 210 353 89 298

59 64 105 187 158 195 30 341

60 69 106 188 159 195 34 348

58 69 104 184 160 195 34 345

72 113 200 249 196 335 92 274

COUNTY 110 96 167 137 81 61 36 265 316 198 138 116 113 57 117 114 172 161 121 76 44 180 120

113 50 131 28 95 21 18 149 250 181 164 64 116 103 256 107 112 240 110 44 66 117 60

104 97 156 134 76 56 37 263 302 191 133 115 104 57 124 108 170 150 113 72 26 175 116

102 95 156 134 76 58 34 259 299 187 127 111 105 54 109 106 171 149 109 71 25 173 116

115 51 137 29 95 23 16 147 258 185 164 65 123 101 248 114 113 245 118 46 72 116 62

115 54 141 30 95 24 18 150 258 189 170 67 124 103 258 114 110 248 120 45 73 122 64

105 98 161 131 80 57 39 262 306 189 131 111 102 58 107 106 169 149 115 65 36 175 115

105 97 159 133 79 57 35 257 309 186 129 116 106 59 107 105 170 153 120 69 35 178 114

113 98 155 132 80 57 32 264 311 189 135 118 107 57 115 113 174 170 124 69 36 173 116

109 54 136 30 92 22 18 150 256 183 167 69 124 104 253 112 130 247 121 44 73 116 61

110 57 139 30 91 23 16 145 251 189 169 67 122 103 250 113 113 251 120 44 76 115 61

106 57 141 30 91 21 18 146 255 189 169 65 125 103 256 112 109 239 122 46 72 118 63

104 94 151 128 75 55 33 257 297 181 119 114 97 58 108 102 162 147 116 68 37 169 115

COUNTY 172 91 149 97 79 114 104 81 89 297 308 281 139 58 162 64 98 97 131

125 95 161 121 86 135 118 91 129 189 421 580 392 55 148 148 100 120 88

156 82 137 74 69 99 99 67 74 284 278 237 122 54 150 57 96 87 124

156 85 128 69 46 95 97 65 69 279 265 233 121 51 147 56 92 88 122

128 98 160 133 85 126 123 88 135 192 435 609 394 51 150 151 101 120 89

129 94 161 130 83 132 120 84 131 199 434 611 388 52 152 152 100 118 87

169 79 134 71 71 108 103 73 81 293 282 247 127 58 146 59 92 88 120

171 83 134 79 75 109 112 80 83 292 285 258 132 57 146 60 92 94 123

213 97 193 116 105 146 171 123 125 385 493 503 218 76 181 85 113 127 154

119 101 158 127 85 127 114 89 128 175 409 568 377 50 146 147 100 129 95

115 96 149 124 79 122 102 82 123 173 374 537 370 50 141 144 100 119 86

93 96 130 103 70 114

77

68 108 154 332 471 346 40 139 140 93 104 87

144 74 120 51 64 86 92 62 63 265 250 212 103 49 134 51 89

77 123

108 97 141 114 78 118 111 75 121 174 374 538 362 47 136 141 95 110 89

2,611 3,302 2,346 2,264 3,368 3,357 2,401 2,465 3,624 3,244 3,086 2,765 2,109 3,029

3,210

3,064

IOWA OFFICIAL BEGISTEE, 1935-1936

SEVENTH DISTRICT

PAGE

Amity Braddyville Buchanan .. Clarinda—1st wd., 1st pet 2d ward, 1st precinct 1st ward, 2d precinct 2d ward, 2d precinct Coifax Douglas East River Fremont Grant Harlan Lincoln . Morton . ... Nebraska .. . . Noclaway ... Pierce Shambaugh Shenandoah—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Tarkio .. Valley . Washington . Yorktown Total

131 57 33 190 163 166 156 138 68 90 44 78 35 141 55 58 149 151 48 193 339 298 56 116 107 52

328 93 73 289 363 197 368 195 155 107 176 164 71 222 139 67 193 321 95 266 543 561 154 170 157 88

121 59 37 187 147 150 142 133 61 93 44 82 37 138 69 59 147 148 52 180 320 301 49 127 109 57

317 84 65 231 336 173 331 167 139 91 163 141 61 200 110 54 183 296 79 224 509 513 141 133 141 74

153 62 40 190 168 149 167 150 76 93 52 105 45 166 83 61 158 170 57 185 344 291 62 145 119 56

298 78 64 237 329 175 320 161 128 91 162 123 61 183 99 54 185 273 80 231 488 518 130 119 130 78

133 60 37 183 153 147 144 140 63 92 46 84 39 153 68 61 152 140 56 184 300 294 53 128 109 54

297 79 65 227 323 164 322 153 130 90 161 131 60 176 102 50 176 290 76 208 501 510 128 128 136 68

135 63 39 180 159 149 151 140 66 87 43 84 38 150 69 63 151 143 56 182 305 293 53 130 110 55

294 78 64 230 319 163 315 161 128 90 163 129 62 185 100 53 179 278 74 212 499 500 130 125 137 70

Attorney General Naglestad Rep.

WiUiams Rep.

Treasurer of State Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Auditor of State Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Lieutenant Governor Kraschel Dem.

Turner Rep.

PRECINCTS

Herring Dem.

Governor

O'Connor Dem.

286

131 62 39 188 160 149 147 141 64 88 44 86 39 155 67 62 146 142 53 187 304 302 55 129 110 53

3 112 5,555 3,049 4,956 3,347 4,795 3,073 4,742 3,094 4,738 3,103 4,624

POTTAWATTAMIE Council Bluffs—1st wd., 1st pet 1st ward, 2d precinct 1st ward, 3d precinct 1st ward, 4th precinct 2d ward, 1st precinct 2d ward, 2d precinct 2d ward, 3d precinct 3d ward, 1st precinct 3d ward, 2d precinct 3d ward, 3d precinct 4th ward, 1st precinct 4th ward, 2d precinct 5th ward, 1st precinct 5th ward, 2d precinct 5th ward, 3d precinct 5th ward, 4th precinct 6th ward, 1st precinct 6th ward, 2d precinct 6th ward, 3d precinct Belknap Boomer Carson Carter Lake Center Crescent Garner Grove Hardin Hardin-McClelland Hazel Dell James Kane (East) Keg Creek Knox Lake Lay ton Lewis Lewis-Manawa Lincoln

289 78 62 210 320 157 324 153 128 90 159 121 56 178 101 47 177 277 76 205 482 487 127 119 133 68

274 438 430 174 207 392 240 206 309 341 437 271 329 330 512 239 439 520 495 236 82 187 159 52 129 206 82 64 100 124 65 74 78 641 108 377 181 170 89

224 398 420 186 259 324

ion

209 272 216 299 177 183 197 347 177 150 449 400 346 74 213 42 72 57 132 94 47 54 93 72 32 56 280 68 228 89 65 52

271 427 417 174 195 384 246 194 301 335 422 268 334 338 511 247 436 516 478 228 82 179 156 44 126 195 76 65 97 110 65 72 74 625 106 366 168 166 80

220 398 423 185 264 327 92 217 275 218 295 167 182 18S 335 172 126 429 395 344 71 215 41 76 55 129 99 43 59 99 73 32 50 283 60 220 89 62 56

263 425 399 166 189 377 241 184 294 324 410 271 336 337 513 242 441 510 479 246 97 190 158 49 123 200 77 65 96 114 71 75 81 647 109 382 167 164 86

226 402 449 192 268 326 101 222 281 230 316 164 179 187 337 174 131 436 403 331 66 206 39 73 56 130 97 46 59 102 67 30 44 267 54 212 89 64 50

265 426 411 168 192 365 244 186 295 335 406 268 337 340 513 253 442 511 485 237 87 176 156 44 122 198 74 62 99 111 68 73 77 632 111 370 160 171 83

222 398 427 187 261 330 91 217 278 216 312 167 179 181 336 167 121 426 393 335 69 217 41 74 52 128 99 44 58 105 71 33 43 216 50 212 90 57 46

265 419 420 175 212 360 236 186 293 338 416 267 344 342 517 250 439 516 479 241 91 176 155 43 126 201 75 60 100 114 70 73 77 634 102 375 165 171 83

230 411 429 184 245 351 98 218 282 216 310 169 177 181 335 172 128 436 398 333 72 213 42 74 52 124 99 50 55 104 68 32 42 269 60 209 87 60 49

262 414 413 166 181 361 242 185 297 339 423 268 333 341 515 254 443 518 478 243 92 181 157 43 118 200 73 58 100 110 70 72 75 638 112 373 163 170 85

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934

287

COUNTY Secretary of Agriculture

Railroad Commissioner

Congrestman

292 80 63 218 315 162 315 155 132 93 165 120 61 171 98 49 176 281 73 201 476 503 132 120 133 66

W 130 59 37 168 154 140 138 135 63 85 42 84 39 150 65 59 141 139 52 181 296 277 51 117 105 50

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W 122 60 39 166 148 131 133 131 60 85 42 79 38 150 61 57 141 138 51 173 278 270 56 124 103 50

286 78 60 228 314 166 321 157 122 93 152 128 62 182 99 49 181 275 75 214 494 498 128 118 137 69

298 81 61 224 322 165 323 161 120 95 152 130 61 183 105 48 181 273 75 215 515 491 124 119 134 65

120 59 41 171 134 140 125 131 63 86 37 78 34 137 62 58 138 131 51 164 275 259 50 119 98 49

119 56 42 177 139 141 131 132 58 87 39 78 40 135 63 59 146 140 51 164 260 256 57 125 101 50

W 115 57 40 179 139 142 143 131 66 87 47 85 31 136 63 60 143 159 48 172 316 296 51 132 101 51

298 79 58 218 309 164 322 160 117 90 160 129 62 183 97 48 174 277 73 205 475 478 126 113 140 69

289 79 57 211 302 158 305 150 114 90 155 129 55 171 97 46 169 263 76 191 449 468 121 112 129 67

302 79 63 213 318 166 324 159 119 90 153 131 61 194 101 49 186 288 78 219 522 519 127 115 145 66

u

ranson Rep.

earin % Dem.

fp

aussen Rep.

evens Rep.

d&

indig Rep.

ichards Dem.

irsons Dem.

amilton Dem.

oodruff Rep.

artin Rep.

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Q

uffman Dem.

unlap Dem.

a

elson Rep.

urray Dem.

I

Judges Supreme Court

en 276 75 56 197 273 145 285 146 114 86 143 114 52 163 92 41 167 262 73 176 435 430 110 110 120 64

154 62 43 202 171 171 191 156 74 102 52 109 52 176 90 75 192 181 62 188 322 322 72 149 118 70

297 82 61 230 305 161 303 162 138 91 167 118 59 174 100 48 168 290 78 234 515 501 131 116 136 73

3,255 4,650 2.957 2,886 4,686 4,721 2,810 2,846 2,990 4,624 4,453 4,787 2,561 4,205

3,556

4,738

147 58 41 183 162 145 150 151 67 89 49 100 45 169 79 63 154 155 57 193 328 299 60 134 119 58

107 57 38 155 126 126 110 115 47 78 38 72 33 130 56 60 118 133 45 146 238 233 50 116 94 40

COUNTY 266 418 413 169 192 365 239 185 297 331 414 272 330 346 507 251 442 518 474 251 88 184 155 46 121 200 78 66 97 108 72 73 85 642 110 390 167 171 85

224 405 431 187 255 337 93 217 279 221 301 165 188 176 331 172 123 419 402 321 70 210 40 74 56 124 97 45 59 107 67 31 36 263 53 195 87 58

49l

258 418 401 165 181 352 234 178 286 333 409 270 331 343 510 254 434 510 469 237 92 176 157 44 118 195 77 56 99 111 68 73 76 621 103 368 164 168 76

256 410 419 160 181 349 236 179 278 331 403 265 332 335 502 250 438 508 458 235 90 177 156 43 115 190

77

56 92 109 67 68 73 616 106 373 164 166 79

234 404 437 189 265 346 95 223 287 218 308 167 184 178 335 167 125 435 403 331 67 216 37 72 55 127 98 47 57 100 72 32 43 281 57 208 87 60 52

233 416 428 196 265 350 99 228 293 221 314 165 186 185 344 171 126 431 415 334 70 215 40 72 60 129 98 46 61 101 73 32 42 285 55 212 86 59 52

256 416 404 165 175 357 232 170 279 326 405 271 328 340 503 257 445 504 457 235 92 175 156 43 118 191 74 58 95 111 69 71 74 621 109 369 162 162 78

257 417 405 163 175 356 235 174 282 327 399 275 327 340 505 257 445 510 459 233 101 175 155 41 120 194 76 56 94 115 70 71 74 622 108 375 164 161 82

257 420 410 169 191 367 237 173 286 332 425 274 335 340 505 257 444 512 466 239 99 178 158 44 119 193

77

62 95 112 68 73

77

633 111 377 162 169 87

231 406 428 188 257 331 92 221 290 219 309 158 182 183 341 165 120 433 397 332 69 213 42 73 58 131 100 46 59 101 71 34 45 276 53 204 83 63 53

234 408 429 196 259 339 92 225 288 218 305 157 185 184 340 168 123 427 400 331 80 213 41 73 64 126 98 46 59 105 69 33 41 272 54 200 84 61 56

230 413 433 189 261 336 92 234 290 217 304 162 186 183 341 166 122 433 398 329 77 213 38 73 62 127 97 43 59 104 70 33 43 273 54 202 88 62 57

255 415 406 159 180 357 232 174 283 328 414 267 327 338 500 247 439 508 454 237 98 176 157 44 122 192 77 54 94 108 68 72 75 621 107 376 160 163 85

230 407 433 196 255 334 94 226 280 215 302 165 184 184 338 170 125 429 399 328 78 209 39 70 57 128 97 49 61 109 72 32 42 274 56 206 89 59 57

272 421 426 174 184 383 240 198 303 325 421 271 328 343 501 240 453 519 456 272 120 191 156 57 127 200 84 67 104 127 70 74 92 637 108 396 164 173 98

226 422 440 187 277 334 100 211 280 237 312 172 195 196 370 194 138 452 431 304 89 210 42 65 67 129 91 49 53 103 71 32 38 287 78 207 90 63 57

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936

SEVENTH DISTRICT

POTTAWATTAMIE

Macedonia . Minden Neola Norwalk Pleasant Rockford—Honey Creek Rockford—Loveland Silver Creek Treynor Valley Washington Waveland Wright York

116 169 313 190 107

182 116 172 102 25

Ill 140 350 119 102

182 133 165 105 32

114 151 365 179 110

179 124 159 101 22

112 159 356 177 104

57 89

41 38

68 73 161 80 79 43 101

41 42 133 66 102 106 48

66 68 155 77 85 43 93

32 37 129 66 94 106 55

68 69 172 79 93 44 96

30 35 114 63 87 109 51

62 69 163 74 90 43 94

47 90

38 41

55 88

41 39

57 87

Naglestad Rep.

O'Connor Dem.

Attorney General

Williams Rep.

Treasurer of State

Hanson Rep.

Greenwalt Rep.

Storms Dem.

Auditor of State

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Kraschel Dem.

Lieutenant Governor

Governor

Wegman Dem.

288

180 116 161 98 22

113 160 362 180 103

114 163 354 169 107

178 110 167 112 20

40 39

56 90

179 111 161 99 21

32 33 115 63 88 111 54

60 69 162 73 87 42 94

34 34 115 65 89 113 53

60 66 166 74 87 42 94

31 34 117 59 90 112 52

41 37

53 86

45 39

11,464 8,367 11,126 8,277 11,281 8,259 11,200 8,101 11,257 8,216! 11,201 8,216

Total

SHELBY Botna—Jefferson Irwin—Jefferson Greeley Union Grove Washington Westphalia—No. 1 Westphalia—No. 2 Douglas

39 88 101 351 148 279 275 248 135 39 89

Polk Jackson Center Harlan—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Lincoln Cass Tennant—Shelby Shelby Fairview ... Monroe . . Rorbeck—Clay . Elk Horn—Clay

55

211 253 219 173 104 258 57 161 120 87 33 164

55 185 112 147 56 34 19 14 159 134 115 130 149 238 253 190 92 93 52 141

79

149 41 185

28 88 96 340 149 274 268 241 143 41 106 54 218 269 230 178 104 260 48 141 108 80 30 153

63 198 116 152 63 41 25 19 167 143 115 144 146 225 240 188 94 83 62 166 92 162 45 195

48 100 103 360 148 282 271 247 143 53 114 59 218 258 235 175 120 262 72 173 122 93 38 172

44 184 107 137 61 35 20 18 157 132 104 132 140 223 226 183 80 79 43 140 76 152 31 179

35 97 101 360 146 281 276 249 136 47 107 51 212 254 227 170 111 265 60 166 113 82 34 158

51 184 108 136 63 31 18 11 163 138 110] 144 145 224 231 191 89 68 50 143 84 170 34 189

254 136

56 180 105 136 60 31 24!

10 158

39 99 100 361 147 284 274

49 183 107 136 60 27 20

50 110 48 218 259 239 172 114 273 66 169 118 93 32 164

134 102 143 140 216 213 190 81 68 49 143

48 111 54 213 257 231 171 115 271 62 170 112 88 31 162

137 101 138 143 226 227 190 79 66 48 141 81 156 35 188

33 100 104 361 148 288 270

77

151 32 179

249 133

10 158

3,687 2.822 3,647 2,944 3,866 2,683 3,738 2,775 3,819 2,678 3,782 2.706

Total

TAYLOE Athelstan Bedford—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Bedford Township Benton Blockton Clayton Clearfield Conway Gav . Grant Grove Holt Jackson Mason New Market North Dallas Platte Polk ROSS

Washington Total

.

41 108 148 171 25 71 170 98 114 105 84 35

77

72 70 71 185 81 32 235 94 92 60 142

109 218 249 178 35 109 221 92 303 154 102 75 150 174 83 122 275 129 71 617 92 126 155 375

40 103 135 157 25 70 165 96 116 100 86 35 75 78 65 62 168 79 32 227 99 90 55 144

101 202 223 147 29 96 191 78 280 145 90 63 133 149 76 113 258 103 66 577 71 104 142 318

40 109 144 148 22 75 177 96 130 106 99 43 88 91 65 74 178 87 41 240 106 96 69 164

99 199 211 159 36 85 186 78 261 138

77

59 116 135 68 105 252 93 62 553 72 95 132 302

42 107 134 143 25 69 166 96 119 98 89 41 79 80 59 68 165 81 33 238 107 90 57 153

95 192 212 151 28 89 184 69 265 136 81 54 118 128 72 104 255 87 65 540 69 90 137 289

41 100 135 147 25 69 169 93 121 101 89 45 81 82 56 68 171 80 34 237 107 92 60 156

97 195 209 149 27 92 182 76 267 134 79 53 110 125 75 105 256 86 63 546 66 88 133 288

44 101 130 153 24 62 172 97 117 102 90 45 77 85 60 69 163 81 35 237 108 90 62 153

92 190 208 141 26 90 183 70 265 133 79 49 119 120 66 98 252 85 62 531 66 90

127 284

2,381 4,214 2,302 3,755 2,488 3,573 2,339 3,510 2,359 3,501 2,357 3,426

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934

289

COUNTY—Continued

z

Q

oodruff Rep.

Mi

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177 107 156 99 17 41 39 27 29 115 60 88 lit 48

is

tn

?

O ^ S2Q

8

8 113 159 349 177 104 55 87 64 64 164 69 85 43 94

112 158 348 171 100 57 86 59 61 162 68 85 42 91

180 113 159 98 18 39 38 33 39 117 68 92 111 52

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court

r

elson Rep.

Railroad Commissioner

ichards Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

181 113 164 105 23 41 38 31 39 119 65 92 111 50

.a>d

f # 1*

w 114 157 353 175 100 57 86 61 64 162 65 83 43 91

114 158 356 171 98 60 89 63 64 163 69 84 45 94

118 158 356 175 98 56 87 63 63 165 68 106 47 91

179 114 159 98 20 44 42 32 37 119 67 90 112 53

178 113 162 111 22 44 47 31 34 115 66 95 114 50

gd oQ &

CO

114 160 354 178 97 58 90 61 65 159 70 88 44 94

H

.SB

0

id CO

178 110 157 104 23 45 44 32 32 117 68 91 113 45

128 167 375 216 114 67 96 80 85 178 84 103 53 101

173 115 158 96 24 43 43 26 30 116 63 85 113 48

11,314 8,082, 11,042 10,942 8,256 8,360 10,964 11,023 11,184 8,223 8.265 8,274 11,001 8,237 11,628

8,432

115 168 363 186 110 57 88 67 73 164 75 88 44 98

176 112 162 109 20 45 49 39 36 115 68 85 113 51

COUNTY 49 183 104 136 65 30 18 12 156 133 99 142 143 210 220 189 80 67 46 144 81 148 38 188

35 100 102 360 144 272 270 248 125 54 110 50 215 253 222 173 114 270 62 168 111 90 29 162

39 96 101 355 146 274 271 249 126 50 110 47 211 252 214 166 115 268 63 165 111 89 30 159

52 182 105 133 60 30 20 11 160 132 100 141 139 219 225 180 78 63 48 137 81 148 34 181

48 184 106 137 59 30 20 11 160 128 103 143 144 220 235 188 77 67 48 145 84 150 34 182

35 95 100 356 143 277 270 247 132 54 115 50 211 253 222 169 113 268 62 169 113 90 33 159

41 102 103 357 150 283 268 245 132 61 134 57 217 259 221 174 119 270 66 170 122 99 30 162

35 100 103 359 149 283 271 247 127 53 124 52 212 261 235 172 114 270 62 174 118 88 30 162

51 183 101 137 71 30 18 13 171 146 110 153 139 219 218 193 91 64 58 149 88 171 41 199

40 98 104 361 151 295 275 245 154 68 129 63 216 273 249 181 127 279 63 180 130 109 36 175

53 187 104 137 74 46 19 15 173 151 113 152 145 220 208 187 85 71 58 144 84 150 41 187

3,791 2,681 3,739 3,707 2,659 2,703 3,736 3,842 3,801 2,701 2,739 2,753 3,789 2,814

4,001

2,804

42 98 105 359 145 283 275 243 135 49 ill 51 212 263 233 172 118 273 62 165 114 93 31 159

51 184 103 136 66 29 19 11 159 137 101 142 140 223 223 187 83 64 49 139 83 153 35 184

50 180 103 136 67 33 20 12 167 136 100 145 138 222 221 190 81 69 50 148 89 155 38 189

53 182 103 136 63 30 19 13 166 143 105 151 140 223 219 187 84 68 51 144 86 158 38 191

39 100 106 356 147 289 270 246 130 52 122 53 213 264 231 168 110 273 58 170 117 87 31 157

COUNTY 38 93 118 133 20 68 155 89 120 95 87 37 74 81 59 60 156 83 32 230 107 86 54 152

97 189 211 142 28 88 183 69 258 136 76 54 113 117 65 101 255 82 63 532 65 85 131 277

94 193 210 137 28 87 182 69 249 136 75 56 111 117 65 104 259 83 61 536 64 84 130 273

36 79 101 115 23 59 148 83 108 87 85 30 72 74 51 59 141 72 29 198 98 79 50 133

95 163 171 123 23 71 167 64 242 123 67 49 100 116 60 97 245 76 59 488 60 75 122 262

56 133 165 177 24 96 216 106 154 120 122 53 101 99 85 89 181 109 43 209 126 117 81 168

86 184 206 146 35 86 160 75 268 132 63 55 108 132 61 99 262 85 61 507 69 91 119 320

2,443 3,428 2,268 2,229 3,424 3,455 2,233 2,236 2,227 3,417 3,346 3,403 2,010 3.1181

2,830

3,410

43 111 140 145 25 71 171 96 118 103 89 45 80 91 63 71 174 86 44 244 113 96 61 163

97 184 206 143 28 85 186

75

260 134 77 52 116 124 70 100 255 84 61 532 64 84 132 279

40 94 120 143 24 61 160 93 124 95 86 41 78 81 55 69 159 84 34 227 107 90 55 148

38 96 123 136 26 61 161 92 114 91 87 40

75

81 51 65 158 82 31 226 105 90 55 145

97 192 209 144 24 92 180 70 257 134 78 52 113 115 69 100 259 83 61 533 66 83 131 282

98 189 213 147 23 92 183 75 262 136

77

56 113 113 71 99 259 82 61 534 66 82 136 288

40 98 120 136 23 66 157 . 95 119 95 84 39 72 83 57 62 158 81 34 221 101 90 56 146

37 94 118 134 23 65 158

97 121 95 85 40 77 84 58 60 157 79 34 221 108 88 56 147

93 184 204 138 26 90 179 68 251 137 71 53 109 113 64 100 257 81 61 522 63 81 129 272

290

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936 BOONE

EIGHTH DISTRICT Lieutenant Governor

Governor PRECINCTS

•SB

Amaqua Beaver Beaver Township Boone—1st ward. 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward 5th ward Cass Colfax Des Moines Dodges Douglas Fraser Garden Grant Harrison Hickory Grove... Jackson Luther Marcy Moingona Ogden Peoples Pilot Mound Union Worth Total

71 20 68

286

406 263

406 247 84 100 184 142 405 54 93 111 122 41 99 50 58 57 248 64

82 73 28

54 56 89 182 511 492 368 303

81 106 142 91 473 12 84 137 49 31 124 79 84 24 308 91 97 149 38

74 20 65 276

388 252 382 213 75 95 160 126 359 46

94 110 109 37 94 49

64 54 220 62

89 79 25

Secretary of State

n 36 47 78 145 473 447

312 251 72 95 117 73 444 9 79 123 41 26 115

69 74 15 255

82 74 134 35

Treasurer of State

Auditor of State

Attorney General

is as

Id

3

b 70 17 78 278 426 266

398 213 77

100 165 124 367 41 96 124 101 34 100 52 64

53 247 59 105 84 27

39 51 70 129 448 438 296 253 70 88 109 63 432 8 77 109 43 30 100 65

84 18 242 81 63 134 32

64 18 62 273 282 238 370 204

71 90 152 125 354 41 91 111 93 30 96 49 65

49

214

51 93 77 24

37 46

81 125 445 449 291 247 62

89 97

63 422

9 73 113 44 29 97 57 68

15 237 80 68

129 35

67 18 64 272 392 234 386 209 68 96 153 112 361 41 97 118 97 32 86 45 65

52 210 56 94 85 24

39 48 7 126 454 451 297 255 68 86 102 70 423 8 67

112 42 28 102 60 69 15 247 77 68 129 28

68 19 65 269 384 232 380 209 72 92 158 111 369 44 98 108 99 28 88 47 65 51 219 52 99 80 26

36 46

67 130 458 446

284 225 63 81 93 61 408 7 64 106 40 26

92 58 67 12 233 72 57 127 29

3,862 4,255 3,617 3T721 3,766 3,572 3,487 3,508 3,534 3,544 3,532 3,388

CALHOUN Center Greenfield Logan Cedar No. 1 Reading .. .... Cedar No. 2 Twin Lakes Rockwell City No. 2 Rockwell City No. 1 Lake City No. 2 Lake City No. 1 Lake Creek Union Jackson Calhoun Elm Grove No. 1 Elm Grove No. 2 Butler No 1 Butler No. 2 Williams Sherman Garfield Total

137 163

82 61

112 135

60 56

117 143

61 52

106 132

60 45

110 139

66 47

113 131

97 79 169 74 126 246 262 205 204 103 192 101 78 112 48

93 86 136 76

87 73 168 63 114 208 226 150 170 84 164 89 58 105 41

82 72 108 57 62 245 256 130 176 62 199 37 40 25 27

96 75 160 67 112 219 254 157 175 88 266 91 62 105 40

79 62 114 51 62 244 247 111 164 59 198 34 40 23 25

59 51

89 159 65 111 198 233 130 154 91 147 80 52 99 38

79 68 107 53 62 247 238 123 169 53 199 37 39 22 24

91 74 151 64 111 203 225 138 153 80 241 80 58 103 39

79 63 113 51 63 252 253 124 179 63 206 43 39 24 27

90 70 148 64 105 191 211 132 156 75 228 81

77 466 92 110 117

175 65

47 97 37 187 74

76 62 107 50 61 241 245 122 164 54 202 34 40 22 24

282 23 49 45

438 90 97 108

77 277 300 159 208 78 130 51 54 30 32

252 77

227 85

509 114 147 140

344 37 70 57

192 70

473 89 109 122

208 72

302 31 57 51

206 78 477 108 120 117

180 61

295 18 51 52

71

194 67 445 93 102 114

176 70

292 20 51 44

187

176 65 280 25 48 46

3,635 2,750 3,102 2,415 3,333 2,283 2,970 2,278 3,109 2,331 2,970 2,254

291

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934 COUNTY

57 17 65 242 329 193 343 188 60 98 142 99 359 42 85 95 88 28 79 44 53 48 204 48 87

35 45 63 142 494 471 312 246 74 80 89 61 410

58 17 63 247 331 198 344 178 66 93 140 104 354 40 80 93 82 32 85 49 58 45 184 48 91 74 23

53 18 57 243 322 196 335 179 66 90 137 98 353 37 84 96

42 46 73 132 449 448 290 240 61

Gilchrist Rep.

Meyers Dem.

Claussen Rep.

Powers Dem.

54 57 98 167 562 493 350 279 74 99 133 86 450 11 85 155 50 31 130 71 98 20 278 78 100 129 26

3,470 3,544 3,355 3,194 3,385 3,526 3,177 3,199 3,122 3,648 3,427 3,443 3,102 3,481

2,975

4,164

77 35

77 24

7 69 112 37 21 100 61 65 9 226 73 69 127 28

77

33 81 44 63 47 183 49 85 73 23

37 46 73 136 471 449 278 243 59 76 87 65 407 11 72 116 43 24 86 52 72 9 224 74 60 128 29

Stevens Rep.

Kindig Rep.

Evans Rep. 38 44 70 135 609 459 299 246 66 87 97 72 411 8 73 117 48 23 85 58 67 13 226 74 66 128 29

49 13 48 230 286 210 325 185 65 87 136 99 335 43 71 85 82 30 68 44 48 49 172 47 69 74 25

61 17 66 262 350 222 353 195 67 99 141 101 359 42 87 104 92 30 86 46 58 48 215 50 97 80 27

56 18 57 252 329 207 337 182 69 94 142 99 363 41 82 94 77 30 79 47 64 47 194 49 92 75 23

Richards Dem.

Parsons Dem.

Hamilton Dem.

Woodruff Rep.

Martin Rep. 34 48 64 126 455 442 287 239 64 79 89 56 408 7 69 111 41 22 94 61 65 13 230 70 58 128 25

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court

39 49 70 140 461 454 290 240 66 83 88 70 406 9 70 118 42 22 90 57 84 14 228 71 63 130 27

65 20 61 266 373 236 364 194 75 98 148 121 362 41 93 108 98 33 89 48 58 49 209 53 96

38 44 75 135 454 460 306 249 62 84 103 65 424 8 73 123 47 22 106 61 57 13 227 75 72 131 30

Huffman Dem.

Railroad Commissioner Dunlap Dem.

Nelson Rep.

Murray Dem.

Secretary of Agriculture

77 77

88

404 5 73 113 47 23 89 59 70 10 227 74 67 129 30

55 16 68 239 317 188 341 184 62 92 133 93 357 40 83 89 79 25 78 50 55 45 184 47 86 70 26

COUNTY 64 47 80 61 109 49 66 231 254 112 171 56 191 42 47 27 34 170 66 284 24 48

70 47 76 62 107 49 69 232 246 112 171 53 193 32 43 25 30 169 62 288 23 54 43

67 50 74 60 107 52 60 234 248 111 153 48 198 28 39 23 29 170 60 284 27 51 41

88 115 70 59 134 50 73 161 167 96 110 47 221 62 38 91 28 163 58 376 88 88 97

93 72 102 88 138 72 95 278 309 175 224 83 238 57 63 32 38 246 80 396 48 81 58

3,256 2,248 2,711 2,597 2,333 2,225 2,508 2,679 2,517 2,280 2,235 2,256 2,480 2,214

2,480

3,066

113 146 96 80 159 72 113 221 226 143 167 86 271 86 59 104 39 198

77

462 99 114 125

63 47 79 67 110 53 58 226 242 112 159 51 190 34 36 19 24 196 67 289 26 60 40

100 119 81 64 136 63 95 178 172 125 135 65 232 78 37 92 31 166 64 399 87 91 101

106 119 81 65 136 58 91 178 190 110 130 64 228 67 34 16 31 164 66 393 88 82 100

64 45

77 66 105 50 65 236 249 114 162 48 288 35 38 19 28 175 61 288 22 52 46

59 49 77 60 105 50 63 236 248 129 168 47 190 33 39 11 27 168 63 293 17 50 43

97 118 76 66 133 58 90 173 172 103 119 57 222 76 35 9 29 153 70 386 81 83 102

102 116 84 69 137 68 90 178 187 107 127 61 223 81 38 94 27 159 67 394 84 87 99

89 113 75 60 132 54 87 168 170 98 108 57 215

77

37 93 31 153 65 378 79 83 95

47

63 47 80 59 107 48 67 237 242 109 166 52 193 31 43 24 31 170 65 286 23 48 44

89 112 79 63 131 58 95 162 163 101 127 56 117 70 37 92 27 165 68 399 84 82 103

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEK, 1935-1936

EIGHTH DISTRICT

CAKROLL

Jasper Sheridan No. 1 Sheridan No. 2 Kniest Wheatland No 1 Wheatland No. 2 Arcadia Maple River Carroll—1st ward 2d ward ... 3d ward 4 th ward Grant Glidden No. 1 Glidden No. 2 Richland . ... Pleasant Valley Roselle No 1 RoselleNo. 2 Washington Ewoldt Warren Eden Newton.... Union Total

93 40 74 300 283 S3 214 260 295 391 341 391 132 186 45 56 183 138 184 137 137 516 376 192 330

143 30 53 25 30 32 111 64 257 423 102 92 48 309 59 74 26 37 45 46 42 309 53 103 406

92 41

72

303 272 82 226 269 260 384 326 397 131 179 43 54 176 139 189 137 127 495 386 194 309

139 27 51 16 27 32 108 48 240 385 74 58 37 284 54 74 26 25 40 32 40 247 37 87 397

107 36 82 297 280 87 232 269 336 465 340 392 130 212 49 60 187 142 187 135 115 459 365 197 336

122 31 58 21 29 31 103 55 204 328 78 79 46 260 52 75 21 22 53 38 39 248 58 87 404

91 37 70 297 275 75 217 260 277 411 316 389 123 179 43 51 177 146 185 134 103 453 372 186 291

5,377 2,919 5,283 2,585 5,497 2,542 5,158

Is

88 41 68 289 282 78 223 260 273 373 323 406 127 184 39 46 181 145 187 131 123 454 376 195 293

16 14 30 19 24 249 31 76 386

2,342 4,294 3,738' 5,185

2,394

125 26 52 10 25 31 93 43 207 331 64 42 38 269 54 72 14 14 35 22 26 244 28 84 393

83 25 47 245 250 71 165 194 230 324 243 293 105 128 37

47

141 104 135 111 114 446 292 143 321

141 45 95 66 59 47 171 127 305 477 184 175 75 322 66 80j 77 68 99 67 55 265 125 145 402

Attorney General

Naglestad Rep.

Treasure! of State

Williams Rep.

Hanson Rep.

Auditor of State

Storms Dem.

Greenwalt Rep.

Secretary of State

Miller Dem.

Pa tterson Rep.

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Kraschel Dem.

Lieutenant Governor

Governor

O'Connor Dem.

292

128 23 52 12 21 29 87 40 221 386 72 46 36 266 58

72

CRAWFORD Arion Boyer Charter Oak Deloit Denison—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Denison Township East Boyer Goodrich Hanover Hayes Iowa Jackson Kiron Miiford Morgan Nishnabotny Paradise Ricketts Schleswig Soldier Stockholm Union Vail Washington West Side Willow Total

75 115 342 58 224 260 385 100 74 109 149 139 157 117 87 62 207 359 89 94 322 113 112 193 291 169 120 113

68 100 170 67 312 172 388 87

60 98 319 52 207 227 358 97 73 102 117 140 138 122 73 60 180 326 87 82 287 108 108 184 278 157 113 109

40 89 145 64 285 173 348 81 65 35 26 32 50 60 143 66 21 377 50 18 76 8 82 145 96 60 121 54

4,635 3,078 4,262

2,810

76

44 31 33 47 50 159 74 21 385 53 13 97 10 81 175 112 63 130 60

57 112 316 58 206 244 383 102 78 111 124 144 141 124 73 57 195 342 88 90 326 116 107 181 270 159 118 108

50 83 151 49 281 156 334 73 68 41 25 23 45 64 151 68 23 360 47 20 74 15 82 148 95 60 121 55

56 97 318 49 205 227 349 82 72 98 114 133 128 117 61 55 172 318 83 85 279 107 102 178 258 154 111 103

4,430 2,762 4,111

41 94 144 59 275 151 333 78 68 40 24 27 46| 61 157 64 20 363 471 17 72 11 89 144 95 59 114 54

59 102 316 57 205 237 347 84 74 98 117 125 144 116 65

56 168 324 80 88 283 113 105 175 258 162 112 106

41 91 141 58 273 160 339 75 68 39 23 39 46 62 154 62 20 364 50 17 71 6 84 147 108 50 128 54

62 106 299 46 198 246 345 98 80 101 119 134 132 126 57 55 168 320 70 86 275 102 102 173 274 158 111 100

2,770 ! 4,143

293

GENERAL ELECTION, NOVEMBER 6, 1934 COUNTY

PH

ilchrist Rep.

m

O

1

w

Claussen Rep.

•-&

>wers Dem.

¥ a

PH

«n d

evens Rep.

irsons Dem.

(A

eyers Dem.

Congressman

Judges Supreme Court imilton Dem.

W

oodruff Rep.

P

artin Rep.

uffman Dem.

Railroad Commissioner

unlap Dem.

II

elson Rep.

Secretary of Agriculture

148 27 67 26 39 33 148 57 175 274 62 60 75 329 64 85 35 13 33 36 33 250 32 100 475

113 22 46 8 18 24 88 40 183 284 45 28 28 234 49 65 12 9 25 18 14 175 28 71 336

84 37 76 293 274 90 221 273 342 539 375 430 132 152 39 49 178 159 210 137 126 448 416 196 263

•5,273 2,314 4,996 4,865 2,312 2,389 4,729 4,779 4,581 2,299 2,299 2,287 4,616 1,963

5,539

2,676

42 88 138 59 242 150 283 70 66 32 23 33 46 64 138 62 22 340 38 13 59 8 72 115 98 53 98 56

48 93 287 45 189 221 285 75 73 89 106 132 127 118 47 52 149 289 68 85 262 109 99 190 249 147 116 97

50 92 170 70 275 174 389 93 87 55 32 31 53 86 177 72 33 380 63 16 92 17 85 143 116 64 120 62

4,158 2,718 3,913 3,872 2,701 2,783 3,737 3,707 3,725 2,737 2,851 2,738 4,774 2,508

3,847

3,097

88 40 79 287 285 84 222 267 280 392 320 394 128 183 41 59 180 148 186 137 116 468 374 206 309

123 21 55 10 22 29 92 42 199 356 68 50 37 269 55 65 15 12 36 21 26 226 30 74 381

83 38 69 288 272 77 207 258 262 364 300 390 124 169 39 46 177 139 185 121 112 443 362 188 283

80 37 64 287 269 77 208 245 237 350 294 372 121 160 39 46 173 140 183 125 109 432 355 188 274

128 23 48 9 23 28 97 43 214 358 59 43 36 274 57 68 13 14 28 18 21 232 29 73 376

129 22 49 12 26 27 92 46 226 380 64 52 37 279 58 69 13 14 31 17 21 243 32 76 374

85 33 64 277 268 74 201 234 232 331 283 364 123 158 41 50 175 137 175 115 99 412 353 181 264

88 32 62 289 265 75 211 236 241 345 285 357 122 162 39 46 177 140 176 116 104 417 350 186 258

82 29 59 259 264 74 194 229 229 323 268 355 122 159 38 46 172 138 174 108 104 411 308 181 255

123 24 55 13 24 22 95 40 205 346 60 41 43 274 53 70 12 11 29 18 23 217 27 79 395

123 25 59 16 27 26 93 39 204 341 61 43 41 269 52 72 13 11 28 21 22 233 28 59 393

122 24 56 18 23 25 97 42 211 334 58 41 36 274 55 72 10 10 30 20 20 213 32 76 388

77 31 67 258 267 82 210 229 235 339 268 346 120 154 38 43 163 130 171 113 103 427 328 168 249

COUNTY 58 103 306 52 210 231 354 93 74 104 117 125 133 116 69 58 173 329 75 84 279 110 101 172 255 157 118 102

38 90 150 55 271 155 325 74 67 34 21 30 46 59 159 64 18 362 55 18 69 9 86 150 95 52 109 57

50 98 299 51 195 211 331 81 69 93 110 122 119 115 62 53 157 314 69 84 268 96 101 167 249 152 103 94

46 96 296 49 197 218 338 83 68 92 112 117 121 113 56 52 152 310 67 78 261 96 103 162 245 148 104 92

42 93 143 59 271 153 326 77 70 31 19 29 45 58 152 61 16 361 51 16 72 12 79 146 92 52 118 57

53 88 153 60 279 162 335 79 69 48 21 28 41 58 156 65 23 362 50 18 76 11 85 146 92 52 119 54

48 91 281 48 181 199 305 72 70 86 104 124 114 120 54 50 149 309 70 82 256 93 93 158 239 146 98 97

47 90 280 50 177 204 296 73 73 84 105 124 118 116 54 54 148 305 65 80 249 87 96 165 230 142 98 97

45 94 274 51 187 212 303 72 72 84 99 123 116 116 56 53 150 297 71 83 256 90 96 159 235 144 94 93

43 91 147 59 269 162 324 79 72 39 24 29 43 58 159 62 20 362 49 16 72 11 87 140 95 51 116 58

47 89 144 62 285 162 336 82 77 39 22 29 50 69 166 62 23 358 63 18 79 24 91 145 101 53 117 58

44 91 144 59 264 153 326 77 75 38 22 28 46 68 156 63 20 359 60 15 69 16 87 141 93 51 114 59

72 107 321 58 268 289 433 118 99 121 142 134 145 137 86 67 178 339 113 97 309 119 126 219 273 160 134 110

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936 EMMET1

Armstrong Grove Center Denmark...... Ellsworth Emmet Estherville Township Estherville—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward High Lake Iowa Lake Jack Creek Lincoln Swan Lake 12 Mile Lake Wallingford, Inc Total

179 76 201 52 51 53 259 249

54 88 74 51 60

67 51 57 81 36

49 84 66 53 60

50 39 45 71 29

218 85 201 55 60 53 279 261

216 99 119 55 47 74 324 430

63 48 52 84 30

62 97 78 62 74

49 50 76 29

244 73 28 57

341 87 30

236 65 24

217 87 123 51 44 70 305 397

375 81 31 53 85 56 53 60

Wegman Dem.

Williams Rep.

Treasurer of State

Hanson Rep.

Storms Dem.

297 72 28

217 79 109 50 37 72 288 389

272 108 140 69 53 78 340 457

426 107 31

Greenwalt Rep.

384 89 34

216 105 222 58 73 60 300 310

213 94 205 53 64 64 308 271

282 82 S9

Auditor of State

Secretary of State Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Kraschel Dem.

Lieutenant Governor

Governor

193 79 199 51 58 57 273 270

215 90 111 50 42 71 298 407

56 41 47 76 34

256 70 30

Attorney General

Naglestad Rep.

EIGHTH DISTRICT

O'Connor Dem.

294

356 80 26

176 73 186 45 50 50 252 264

247 57 28

230 88 141 57 48 74 329 438

46 84 62 49 54

49 38 47 71 24

52 91 68 60

371 100 29

70

1,952 2,454 1,818 2,198 2,033 2,011 1,679 2,088 1,790 2,041 1,657 2,246

GEEENE Bristol Cedar Dawson Franklin Grant Greenbrier Hardin ... . Highland Jackson Jefferson—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward Junction No. 1 Junction No. 2 Junction No. 3 Kendrick Paton Scranton Washington Willow Total

130 155 88

120 69 82

108 158 90

103 64 74

109 157 89

109 64 68

115 62 52 92

118 93 109 86

94 49 57 76

109 76 97 86

105 61 63 85

102 72 98 82

98 155 80

105 63 70

101 154 84

97 63 65

104 154 85

94

97 66 89 84

96 58 59 84

99 73 95 74

95

57 61 76

57

61 77

94 65 65 96 64 89 78

219 90 280 180

289 83 277 127

207 83 250 162

263 72 239 110

215 88 274 166

272 76 237 119

193 80 240 157

271 71 239 113

190 83 233 160

275 74 239 115

203 81 235 158

270 71 249 114

248 189 69 56 91 127 196 277 82

362 277 92 55 126 193 314 254 53

230 185 57 55 83 127 188 263 83

326 237 80 51 99 167 275 211 47

250 206 73 61 86 125 229 280

327 233 67 47 93 163 251 190 53

230 184 56 54 80 102 186 249 79

314 228 68 50 95 169 258 191 45

220 197 56 60 82 109 190 260 80

325 224 74 46 93 164 267 183 53

213 194 56 52 82 104 195 248 85

322 217 76 50 86 156 250 188 38

87

2,798 3,179 2,605 2,786 2,809 2,723 2,511 2,686 2,556 2,698 2,539 2,638

HAMILTON Blairsburg Cass Clear Lake Ellsworth Freedom Fremont Hamilton IndeDendence Liberty Lincoln Lyon Marion Rose Grove Scott Webster Williams Webster City—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward 5th ward Total

183 133 137 122 78 107 90

155 129

151 256

199 85

121 92 210 192 121 58 70

147 103

263 365

272 84

172 134 121 125 80 89 86

204 163 101 35 54

135 282

77 224 284

158 115

96

77

115

180 85

252 60

190 142 145 159 96 98 88

78 67 179 144 83 42 50

170 119 120 133 77 82 75

78 76 177 154 89 39 52

176 123 123 135 78 89 76

78 67 171 141 89 40 47

143 298

208 266

106 239

224 286

115 248

213

174 118

215 90

94 77

236 54 77

154 105

184 71

89 71

237 59

153 103 189 75

91 71

277

148 112 201

252 168 165

135 106 197

219 151 144

140 111 197

222 151 146

86 102

79 57 139 107 190

234 285 90

336 287 54

230 275 87

295 262 42

247 303 86

272 239 45

219 266 85

282 252 39

319 271 79

284 256 44

91 69

102 118

54

78 99

87 63

218

311 332

66 97

116 59

77

144 91 77

225 157 141 215 281 80

228 154 139

85 103

81 72

174 68

167 122 220

116 82

77 62 202 172 85 39 52

237 57

251 164 164

85 110

163 124 102 125

92 85

246 71 141 107

197 283 243 42

3,208 3,482 3,063 2,962 3,397 2,703 2,896 2,802 3,059 2,735 2,778 3,014

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177 74 101 50 32 69 275 382 333 73 27 47 82 61 51 55

143 55 153 33 49 49 171 199 189 51 22 44 30 38 55 18

261 135 176 71 54 84 391 477 441 108 38 71 103 78 77 72

1,916 1,951 1,587 1,549 2,051 2,050 1,490 1,477 1,521 2,059 2,033 2,030 1,348 1,889

1,299

2,637

91 62 69 95 64 91 77 263 66 241 114 327 207 70 48 82 160 250 193 41

87 154 66 87 50 50 74 190 74 207 136 194 174 51 50 67 86 180 224 73

116 64 99 111 80 99 88 283 80 275 131 352 252 88 54 103 202 280 215 56

2,629 2,625 2,405 2,355 2,583 2,633 2,271 2,224 2,216 2,657 2,604 2,679 2,233 2,611

2,274

3,028

72 68 158 141 82 36 42 90 69 209 269 233 54 73 57 128 105 201 275 247 43

132 95 91 102 60 58 59 112 83 59 162 127 58 65 73 218 128 93 160 235 74

115 102 216 185 115 65 76 139 107 268 379 319 71 95 94 156 137 246 350 291 53

3,082 2,788 2,722 2,615 2,658 2,644 2,572 2,521 2,516 2,764 2,784 2,780 2,405 2,652

2,244

3,579

221 89 219 51 64 57 287 288 273 68 31 59 50 55 74 30

191 78 107 52 38 69 284 376 341 80 31 48 79 61 56 60

179 73 178 39 50 49 248 238 227 58 24 47 38 46 72 21

175 72 178 40 49 46 250 219 221 57 26 47 36 43 67 23

199 84 115 50 41 68 312 413 359 80 25 48 83 61 53 60

195 84 113 49 41 67 309 425 367 77 26 46 80 62 52 57

172 66 169 45 48 44 208 223 226 59 24 46 35 42 64 19

172 65 167 42 48 46 222 208 215 59 24 45 36 41 65 22

164 68 173 42 49 66 224 223 220 60 25 44 34 41 67 21

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121 52 37 67 314 405 359 78 27 49 84 64 54 61

86 124 49 38 65 311 399 356 75 26 46 82 61 56 58

201 84 121 50 38 65 313 400 353 75 26 47 81 61 56 59

148 61 171 36 45 44 200 184 199 54 23 36 33 37 60 17

COUNTY 101 160 93 97 59 62 82 214 83 241 160 219 194 57 54 80 125 205 257 86

98 63 60 99 64 94 73 262 71 237 113 321 222 76 46 88 152 251 191 44

97 151 76 90 54 46 83 194 79 219 149 191 189 54 49 71 102 188 248 75

97 153 74 94 56 54 74 191 68 207 136 184 197 52 50 73 98 178 246 73

93 63 72 94 64 91 72 265 73 237 112 321 208 71 49 82 154 236 186 40

90 61 71 93 70 90 72 271 71 252 116 332 206 71 51 87 153 245 189 42

95 153 69 96 51 46 72 183 73 204 136 177 186 46 45 68 93 172 231 75

89 150 63 92 51 45 74 188 70 198 126 172 183 47 46 69 93 168 228 72

89 150 69 93 50 48 72 185 69 194 132 171 177 47 46 67 92 163 230 72

93 63 73 95 67 93 79 264 70 243 114 333 220 71 52 83 163 248 189 44

93 63 69 94 68 91 79 260 67 240 118 327 214 66 48 81 158 245 184 39

95 63 69 97 67 93 82 263 69 252 115 340 224 71 50 82 163 251 193 40

89 150 68 89 48 48 72 179 71 205 127 176 192 45 48 67 85 173 228 73

COUNTY 180 135 132 132 85 87 81 167 110 114 249 179 77 97 109 249 155 161 224 279 80

82 67 177 155 84 38 51 88 81 229 285 246 65 82 57 131 109 188 281 253 39

154 121 114 121 70 79 68 134 88 97 229 171 68 79 93 220 142 136 199 264 75

146 122 106 119 66

77 63 129 89 89 215 158 67 68 91 210 139 122 193 269 77

80 54 155 137 82 35 42 90 77 216 267 231 56 70 57 132 113 192 279 251 42

78 62 144 137 81 35 44 83 76 217 267 236 54 69 55 126 113 199 278 250 40

137 127 110 118 71 69 67 130 86 89 193 155 65 73 90 199 146 122 190 259 76

140 113 102 116 69 68 63 129 87 87 190 160 63 70 87 198 139 119 187 256 78

142 118 99 120 70 67 63 126 88 85 188 156 62 71 84 197 142 119 192 257 70

77 65 172 148 85 43 43 98 76 226 287 243 55 80 66 143 116 206 231 261 43

77 68 169 140 83 43 44 94 76 215 289 237 54 76 64 139 112 205 298 259 42

80 68 163 141 83 43 43 95 76 226 275 243 54 80 64 137 111 205 291 259 43

132 100 97 106 61 78 60 124 80 86 185 143 59 68 84 190 138 115 184 241 74

296

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936 HANCOCK

EIGHTH DISTRICT Lieutenant Governor

Governor

PRECINCTS

Ellington... Madison... Crystal Bingham... Orthel Britt Garfield.... Concord. . . Ell Liberty Erin Boone Magor Amsterdam Twin Lake. Avery Corwith Total..

Auditor of State

Secretary of State

Treasurer of State

Attorney General

¥ 99 120 123 138 150 457 169 440 181 101 101 73 148 231 82 124 41

98 134 140 93 78 427 52 427 117 63 63

64 147 210 43

95 59

83 107 109 126 134 427 141 396 156 83 86 65

131 232 76 116 36

89 112 130 85 69 398 47 377 98 44 53 60

121 180 42 88 55

101 130 109 124 132 444 144 389 168 78 86 61

138 241 79 119 40

83 111 124 88 66

378 42 387 101 55 57 68

116 173 36

89 50

80 114 87 110 113 370 118 352 147 73 62 49 107 193 64 105 31

92 125 135 96 84 439 86 471 117 71 71 68 143 226 50 101 58

79 117 97 115 125 380 128 383 152 80 72 59 128 225 70 117 36

87 112 116 80 66

401 46

384 91 52 55 55 115 168 3 98 49

79 110 90 115 119 383 110 355 141 71 73 53 116 224 61 115 29

83 108 119 73 71 380 46

392 81 45 49 51 120 169 37 84 54

2,778 2,310 2,504 2,048 2,583 2,024 2,175 2,433 2,363 2,008 2,244 1,962

HUMBOLDT Avery Beaver Corinth Dakota City Delana Gilmore City Grove Humboldt Lake Lu Verne Norway Renwick Rutland Spring vale—1st ward 2d ward Wacousta Weaver Total

137 114 98 105 127 85 92 233 129 74 177 112 135 254 216 73 123

94 61 84 80 179 118 53 176 86 30 124 161 106 267 286 89 67

135 106 91 97 126 79 81 207 122 70 170 102 123 236 195 72 116

77 54 75 78 169 103 47 165 73 33 120 151 103 244 272 90 63

146 109 94 101 124 82 88 222 127 74 176 103 125 270 223 91 117

75 54 79 79 164 105 47 162 74 29 121 145 113 224 256 86 59

138 96 78 95 115 73 77 192 114 69 161 83 104 230 176 78

74 54 79 77 164 103 49 172 79 29 130 149 113 241 274 86 61

148 101 86 98 124 77 79 205 122 79 175 101 113 243 186 85 111

69 47 76 76 164 102 49 168 68 26 114 141 108 228 267 82 55

133 59 87 97 108 71 77 193 106 68 138 98 102 233 177 71 107

78 60 71 76 171 102 50 167 87 31 160 143 115 238 273 100 58

2,284 2,061 2,128 1,917 2,272 1,872 1,993 1,934 2,133 1,840 1,925 lt980

KOSSUTH Algona—1st ward 2d ward 3d ward 4th ward Buffalo Burt Cresco Eagle East Lone Rock (Burt) Fenton .. Garfield German Grant Greenwood Harrison Hebron Irvington Lakota (Ledyard) Ledyard Lone Rock (Fenton) Lotts Creek Lu Verne

168 322 248 198 201 184 95 66 48 130 134 89 61 470 204 61 65 220 99 103 74 171 143

208 324 197 179 159 244 79 50 43 128 20 32 71 140 343 44 64 91 119 26 74 36 128

159 318 241 187 202 162 96 59 44 132 130 79 58 437 184 62 68 220 91 95 81 136 148

214 318 190 169 163 265 75 51 46 123 2V28 68 147 331 46 62 81 111 28 67 36 119

160 333 252 191 213 193 98 70 46 144 124 81 69 467 205 64 67 228 99 102 84 161 152

2001 283 167 164 152 215 65 38 33 106 24 18 50 125 290 36

57

69 95 14 63 75 116

145 285 224 183 192 168 89 61 44 119 123 73 58 453 174 65 66 208 87 92 69 160 132

202 286 170 157 156 222 63 46 33 110 20 19 50 138 296 41 57 73 96 17 61 30 117

159 303 240 189 193 170 93 62 43 122 125

72 55 468 176 58 63 215 90 96 73 164 146

189 282 162 151 155 216 58 45 33 106 21 20 52 123 288 36 54 74 87 13 61 28 110

153 284 233 186 178 177 90 60 42 116 126 70 49 463 176 53 63 203 85 92 65 162 139

193 288 166 152 163 213 58 44 35 115 22 18 58 126 301 45 51

76 91 13 70 27

114

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71 84 68 92 91 332 88 301 121 56 58 46 88 172 64 93 28

96 146 144 110 98 447 84 453 135 85 68 68 162 234 43 106 63

2,606 1,918 2,098 2,039 1,982 1,980 1,985 1,954 1,938 2,021 1,920 1,936 1,748 1,742

1,853

2,542

93 143 120 137 131 422 143 399 169 95 89 65 138 224 73 123 42

87 96 112 75 63 385 47 376 82 38 48 57 117 167 38 83 47

76 105 83 101 107 356 113 321 130 63 66 45 112 221 59 106 34

74 104 82 101 107 350 103 305 126 64 64 44 104 213 59 107 32

80 110 119 76 73 386 47 397 90 44 48 58 114 163 35 91 51

81 111 118 74 68 386 46 404 92 43 47 53 116 166 34 90 51

68 104 72 102 104 340 104 301 122 66 61 44 104 204 60 97 32

68 100 70 98 103 337 94 302 121 67 61 40 103 202 58 99 31

63 99 68 94 104 335 96 300 115 68 59 39 104 203 61 99 31

88 111 125 78 70 388 48 407 90 42 48 55 116 174 36 91 54

84 109 120 72 67 374 46 384 81 39 46 54 112 159 34 86 53

85 111 124 76 66 375 41 388 83 41 44 54 114 165 33 85 51

55 88 63 93 96 291 84 277 112 56 52 41 97 183 49 84 27

COUNTY 142 98 93 96 116 80 80 206 118 69 166 102 112 240 189 81 119

77 61 73 76 158 98 49 166 82 30 127 141 109 232 259 88 56

132 90 81 89 110 62 74 192 109 67 155 93 95 213 160 72 101

131 86 80 86 107 72 63 187 105 61 155 92 99 209 146 67 102

72 51 71 78 157 104 46 167 76 30 127 138 108 238 270 87 57

74 51 70 77 155 101 47 165 78 30 126 139 103 240 270 83 57

74 44 70

65 44 61 69 142 94 42 149 73 27 108 115 90 201 228 67 57

110 76 73 81 84 71 61 170 84 50 123 80 74 198 134 39 97

114 86 90 94 199 118 63 196 116 46 172 172 152 275 328 145 75

2,107 1,882 1,895 1,848 1,877 1,866 1,760 1,757 1,733 1,899 1,811 1,793 1,489 1,632

1,605

2,441

115 82 74 84 102 69 59 181 101 64 144 85 86 201 149 64 100

116 82 72 85 100 72 63 178 101 66 146 84 88 201 142 63 98

116 79 71 81 100 67 62 175 102 63 141 83 89 196 147 63 98

80 48 72 80 154 101 49 169 82 28 130 147 101 238 273 89 58

77

148 95 43 159 79 26 123 137 98 229 268 84 57

72 47 70 75 149 94 43 161 76 26 128 135 87 227 264 82 57

103 63 52 68 86 61 56 160 88 55 119 74 82 170 113 54 85

COUNTY 162 307 238 202 224 180 98 69 47 143 130 93 60 479 209 66 66 253 106 117 76 162 144

195 270 157 146 143 211 58 38 31 95 19 19 53 129 272 34 51 55 83 11 63 30 109

150 277 222 175 184 164 87 59 40 116 123 70 54 463 175 52 62 210 87 94 67 160 132

147 272 215 175 178 166 88 60 41 117 124 72 55 462 174 52 65 204 85 97 64 167 129

188 293 166 148 151 214 62 46 33 107 18 19 53 123 273 39 55 72 88 11 62 26 116

188 290 172 153 160 208 65 46 32 105 17 17 52 128 273 37 52 73 86 11 59 28 120

138 256 218 171 175 155 87 60 42 114 126 67 54 461 172 55 67 204 84 94 66 150 133

142 260 219 170 176 155 89 58 40 118 126 67 52 461 165 51 65 199 81 92 65 154 132

136 258 214 158 175 149 88 59 40 114 126 64 49 438 165 45 64 195 81 92 66 152 133

196 297 168 157 155 211 63 45 32 104 18 21 52 127 280 39 52 76 87 16 59 28 116

189 299 157 154 153 211 62 46 31 104 16 20 52 124 277 38 52 72 84 12 58 28 115

189 292 164 150 152 209 60 44 32 102 17 21 51 121 276 38 50 74 84 11 59 28 114

120 230 198 155 156 142 79 55 39 102 113 61 42 418 146 40 59 190 76 89 58 140 127

171 257 157 141 142 204 59 41 30 100 18 18 49 121 263 41 48 64 80 12 58 22 111

133 239 186 161 149 142 70 50 32 107 111 63 41 441 152 45 56 182

77 88 42 141 115

22$ 359 220 184 210 256 85 61 54 129 42 42 73 147 346 48 64 108 116 25 103 55 148

IOWA OFFICIAL EEGISTEE, 1935-1936

298 EIGHTH DISTRICT

KOSSUTH

Plum Creek Portland Prairie Ramsey Riverdale Seneca. . Sexton (Irvington) Sherman Springfield Swea Union Wesley Whittemore

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Total

118 106 258 135 182 107 89 105 57 63 112 289 445

65 73 33 19 18 93 39 23 35 99 84 171 93

112 103 256 138 179 106 87 102 61 62 111 284 438

66 81 23 16 16 84 33 26 31 89 81 157 84

124 116 254 141 178 102 100 105 57 72 118 292 436

42 61 41 14 15 69 26 26 24 87 70 149 80

5,620 3,644 5,428 3,545 5,698 3,159

103 100 254 135 177 86 92 99 52 58 109 277 428

66 66 20 18 15 77 28 23 25 94 67 154 S3

115 105 207 137 174 88 81 104 52 61 113 282 435

42 65 75 15 18 74 42 20 26 89 65 153 76

Naglestad Rep.

Attorney General

O'Connor Dem.

Williams Rep.

Treasurer of State

Wegman Dem.

Hanson Rep.

Auditor of State

Storms Dem.

Green wait Rep.

Secretary of State

Miller Dem.

Patterson Rep.

Turner Rep.

Herring Dem.

PRECINCTS

Kraschel Dem.

Lieutenant Governor

Governor

102 107 256 136 176 87 93 102 54 60 103 284 425

32 61 18 14 16 76 23 20 23 95 69 147 74

5,240 3,196 5,329 3,124 5,250 3,107

PALO ALTO Booth Township . ... Curlew—N Rush Lake Cylinder Ellington East Broadway—Emmetsburg. West Broadway—Emmetsburg Emmetsburg Township Fairfield Fern Valley Freedom Great Oak Highland Independence Lost Island .... Mallard—So. Rush Lake Nevada Silver Lake Vernon Walnut West Bend

101 82 24 121 322 440 120 100 156 97 160 223 99 79 154 97 170 92 281 246 3,164

Total

65 115 44 58 357 400 82 91 84 107 83 330 103 119 179 52 200 80 303 210

97 77 23 118 298 424 123 93 155 98 156 211 94 78 149 99 172 91 268 239

62 111 43 52 342 364 73 85 78 99 75 303 94 109 155 44 188 70 272 176

102 77 25 124 320 431 135 98 159 106 166 214 107 83 169 110 183 94 269 255

60 109 40 46 333 370 67 77 67 89 67 314 72 101 148 40 171 66 274 177

96 67 22 115 292 397 116 82 147 94 154 194 91 69 150 100 165 87 243 228

62 114 45 49 329 372 67 78 65 96 66 303 88 104 148 37 171 64 273 170

99 71 23 128 307 424 124 95 151 106 158 204 96 79 153 101 172 93 262 252

59 115 42 42 317 353 60 74 64 86 63 305 85 99 149 37 173 62 262 154

98 72 21 117 306 406 117 84 144 94 158 201 89 63 148 101 163 87 249 226

57 111 45 47 332 375 67 83 69 101 65 310 91 114 152 42 176 62 283 166

3,062 3,063 2,795 3,227 2,688 2,909 2,701 3,098 2,601 2,944 2,748

POCAHONTAS BePville Cedar Center Clinton Colfax Cummins Des Moines Dover Garfield Grant Lake No. 1 Lake No. 2 Lincoln Lizard Marshall Powhatan Roosevelt Sherman Swan Lake Washington Total

210 414 388 197 95 63 63 211 99 72 79 71 108 87 77 101 80 129 253 54

73 162 216 173 66 38 52 53 84 127 43 66 52 31 52 147 30 71 383 85

82 128 200 166 f.* 36 55 57 73 127 42 70 59 36 51 138 27 60 356 76

180 395 368 167 85 60 50 211 84 73 69 62 99 86 74 96 77 124 239 56

76 148 202 167 66 38 58 50 82 123 44 69 51 37 48 142 26 57 370 81

189 403 362 187 83 66 62 210 89 69

^2 89 78 100 85 128 259 63

71 146 206 159 62 73 57 50 75 117 38 63 50 30 44 137 27 56 347 74

3,066 2,427 2,851 2,004 2,981

1,907

2,655

1.935

2,771

1,882

76

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92 190 263 198 86 95 65 68 92 147 54

197 464 387 199