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Iowa: 1933 Convention to Ratify the 21st Amendment

Delegates to Convention to Ratify the 21st Amendment, 1933 (May be incomplete!)

Events and Candidates (may be incomplete!)

  • 1933 Jun 20: F. O. Welch (Wet), elected; William E. Humbert (Wet), elected, but did not serve; John J. Dunlevy (Wet), elected; Elmer E. Bamford (Wet), elected; Ai Miller (Wet), elected; C. J. Snitkay (Wet), elected, but did not serve; Saner C. Bell (Wet), elected; Mrs. Paul M. Seifert (Wet), elected; Lee O. Peacock (Wet), elected; Philip Leslie Shutt (Wet), elected; F. C. Foley (Wet), elected; C. E. Johnson (Wet), elected; Earl Stotts (Wet), elected; Otis P. Morganthaler (Wet), elected; Hugh Reinig (Wet), elected; L. E. Bees (Wet), elected; Ray F. Clough (Wet), elected; William H. Smith (Wet), elected; C. A. Upham (Wet), elected; W. T. Cleghorn (Wet), elected; H. E. Jones (Wet), elected; Max Geske (Wet), elected; J. A. Lubbers (Wet), elected, but did not serve; Leon W. Powers (Wet), elected, but did not serve; Wendel P. Kent (Wet), elected; O. D. Wray (Wet), elected, but died before taking office; J. P. Smith (Wet), elected; E. E. Annis (Wet), elected, but did not serve; Max A. Conrad (Wet), elected; Ira F. Peacock (Wet), elected, but did not serve; A. E. Piekenbrock (Wet), elected; J. O. Kasa (Wet), elected; Fred H. Harms (Wet), elected; Ed Gayther (Wet), elected; R. F. Schaefer (Wet), elected; John F. Porterfield (Wet), elected; U. K. Williams (Wet), elected; Herman B. Koolman (Wet), elected; Charles Owen (Wet), elected; Edward P. Prince (Wet), elected; Walter T. Walfrom (Wet), elected; Gilman H. Wisner (Wet), elected, but did not serve; Howard A. Nelson (Wet), elected; Frank Price (Wet), elected; W. C. Sovereign (Wet), elected; Daniel F. Coyle (Wet), elected; C. W. Hoyer (Wet), elected; Frank Owen (Wet), elected; J. O. Ristine (Wet), elected; Frank L. Smith (Wet), elected; John G. Barwise (Wet), elected; Edwin B. Wilson (Wet), elected; C. M. Holst (Wet), elected; Robert J. Shaw (Wet), elected; George D. Moulton (Wet), elected; Joe R. Frailey (Wet), elected; Ray J. Mills (Wet), elected; John G. Keck (Wet), elected, but did not serve; C. C. Pickerell (Wet), elected; M. McLaughlin (Wet), elected; Elmer Orris (Wet), elected; B. J. Snyder (Wet), elected; Peter W. Visser (Wet), elected; A. A. Moore (Wet), elected; Walter Breen (Wet), elected; Lloyd H. Koch (Wet), elected; Matt B. Riddle (Wet), elected; T. E. Gutch (Wet), elected; Paul W. Richards (Wet), elected; Clarence A. Hahn (Wet), elected; Tobias E. Diamond (Wet), elected; A. B. Callender (Wet), elected; John P. Nye (Wet), elected; Irving J. Weber (Wet), elected; R. J. Joynt (Wet), elected; F. K. Hawley (Wet), elected; William C. Harbach (Wet), elected; Mathew A. Tinley (Wet), elected; Lola G. Landes (Wet), elected; George H. Bartels (Wet), elected; Frank Krejci (Wet), elected; Peter N. Jacobsen (Wet), elected; John Buman (Wet), elected; William Huisman, Sr. (Wet), elected; M. McLaughlin (Wet), elected; F. E. Shortess (Wet), elected; F. L. Marsh (Wet), elected; L. E. Sternberg (Wet), elected; John G. Shott (Wet), elected; C. S. Harper (Wet), elected; Mark J. Dolan (Wet), elected; T. A. Michels (Wet), elected; C. W. Elson (Wet), elected; John M. Schaupp (Wet), elected; Grover Campbell (Wet), elected; T. F. Schmitz (Wet), elected; Donald E. Tremaine (Wet), elected; F. L. Murphy (Wet), elected; John J. Henneberry (Wet), elected; S. Ward Hatfield (Dry), defeated; Walter D. Cochrane (Dry), defeated; R. G. Miller (Dry), defeated; James R. Barkley (Dry), defeated; Gay S. Thomas (Dry), defeated; F. E. Palmer (Dry), defeated; Graham Hay (Dry), defeated; S. E. Bass (Dry), defeated; W. H. Ray (Dry), defeated; F. H. Foote (Dry), defeated; W. C. Edson (Dry), defeated; W. C. Shepard (Dry), defeated; Charles Beacham (Dry), defeated; W. F. Clayburg (Dry), defeated; Mrs. T. L. Smith (Dry), defeated; Earl Elijah (Dry), defeated; William McArthur (Dry), defeated; W. O. Dailey (Dry), defeated; Robert Davies (Dry), defeated; Wesley C. Lowe (Dry), defeated; C. W. Baldwin (Dry), defeated; Fern E. Sharp (Dry), defeated; J. R. Johnson (Dry), defeated; Elmer L. Patterson (Dry), defeated; Scott Ellis (Dry), defeated; J. R. Adams (Dry), defeated; George N. Briggs (Dry), defeated; R. J. Bixby (Dry), defeated; Roy Wherry Jamieson (Dry), defeated; Ferdinand J. Smith (Dry), defeated; Herbert Adams (Dry), defeated; W. A. Winterstein (Dry), defeated; I. J. Baldwin (Dry), defeated; Charles Henry Parr (Dry), defeated; Frank H. Dirst (Dry), defeated; Isaac Scott (Dry), defeated; Albert J. Jangewaard (Dry), defeated; W. A. Mooty (Dry), defeated; George M. Hopkins (Dry), defeated; J. E. Burnstedt (Dry), defeated; S. B. Durant (Dry), defeated; John T. Boylan (Dry), defeated; W. R. Adams (Dry), defeated; Max Kinney (Dry), defeated; H. M. Normann (Dry), defeated; H. F. Jakway (Dry), defeated; S. M. Corrie (Dry), defeated; Walter H. Bonn (Dry), defeated; R. W. Dyas (Dry), defeated; Ross R. Mowry (Dry), defeated; Fred D. Mason (Dry), defeated; O. A. Byington (Dry), defeated; A. G. Hejinian (Dry), defeated; L. L. Chamness (Dry), defeated; George W. Patterson (Dry), defeated; E. P. Armknecht (Dry), defeated; Cyrus Metcalf (Dry), defeated; J. V. Wiederrecht (Dry), defeated; H. V. Levis (Dry), defeated; Earnest Redmayne (Dry), defeated; W. J. Eivins (Dry), defeated; Guy J. Hyde (Dry), defeated; F. T. Metcalf (Dry), defeated; O. W. Johnson (Dry), defeated; W. P. Wortman (Dry), defeated; Brede Wamstad (Dry), defeated; Orval E. Walker (Dry), defeated; Orval M. Morgan (Dry), defeated; Homer Hush (Dry), defeated; F. G. McCullough (Dry), defeated; O. F. Bartz (Dry), defeated; Harry W. Campbell (Dry), defeated; George A. Anderson (Dry), defeated; George H. Keeney (Dry), defeated; Robert Smyth (Dry), defeated; W. W. Harris (Dry), defeated; D. W. Morehouse (Dry), defeated; Erickson Hill (Dry), defeated; John W. Gannaway (Dry), defeated; Thomas S. Rhoades (Dry), defeated; Irene Stouffer (Dry), defeated; Edwin B. Lindsay (Dry), defeated; Fred A. Hulsebus (Dry), defeated; P. E. Ver Meer (Dry), defeated; H. D. Hughes (Dry), defeated; Fred K. Bruene (Dry), defeated; M. R. Talley (Dry), defeated; L. C. Bowers (Dry), defeated; Cornelia C. Hodges (Dry), defeated; A. F. Beck (Dry), defeated; F. P. Henderson (Dry), defeated; J. H. Peet (Dry), defeated; W. G. Robinson (Dry), defeated; Anna A. Johnson (Dry), defeated; Thorwald Thorson (Dry), defeated; O. O. Evebakken (Dry), defeated; Robert E. O'Brian (Dry), defeated; O. K. Storre (Dry), defeated; O. P. Morton (Dry), defeated.
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