The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1942 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 27, 1942
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Akotta tftwf Pas Mdttes, Algeiift, lom^Oct. 27 . Stand By Your Supp Support You Leader This Is Not The Time For Dissension Or Obstruction Re-elect Senator I Clyde L. Herring because 1. His war record is 100%. 2. He is experienced in world affairs. 3. He is an able experienced business man of sound judgment. 4. He has always been a true friend of the farmer—remember the ^farm moratoriums and remember his opponent voted against it. 5. He fights the battle for the small business man—remember the bank holiday and Senate File 111 which saved so many banks. 6. He is needed to help write a just and lasting peace. Remember the wilful Republican Senators who wrecked the peace after the last war. Let's not elect another Lodge or Watson to the Senate. It is not wise to change horses in 7. the middle of the stream. 8. He believes in keeping farm boys on the agricultural front where they are needed and can do the most good. SEND TO WASHINGTON Edward Breen because 1. He is young, vigorous and courageous. 2. His opponent is too old and feeble —he is not physically able to do the job. 3. His opponent has a record as an obstructionist. He voted against (a) Fortifying Guam. (b) Military airplane appropriation. (c) Selective Service Act. (d) Lend-Lease Bill. (e) Draft extension. Gifford Pinchot, twice Republican Governor of Pennsylvania, said ^ of these isolationist congressmen, "It would be utterly foolish to give them a chance to misrepresent us again." 4. Ec!ward Brleen is a World War I veteran, and will be a real support to the Commander-in-Chief. 5. He has a record of accomplishment as a State Senator, which was a ceaseless fight for the average man, the farmer, the laborer, the corner grocer. Investigate his record. Elect State Officers Who Will Cooperate For Governor— Nelson G. Kraschel . For Lieutenant Governor— Lester S. Gillette For Secretary of State— Mary K. .Pagan For Auditor of State— ,W. M. Shaw For Treasurer of State— Walter Arant For Secretary of Agriculture— Frank M. Murray For Attorney General— Joseph N. Wagner For Commerce Commissioners— Mike P. Conway Sidney H. Johnson For Superintendent of Public Instruct tion—May E, Francis For Judges of the Supreme Court— William R. Hart Richard F. Mitchell Edward A. Sager Back Up the Lines With a Solid Home Front of County District Officers For State Representative — G. W. Bleich For County Auditor — E. S. (Duke) Kinsey For Clerk of District Court- Nellie Van Allen For County Sheriff — Art J. Cogley For County Recorder — Clara Walker For County Attorney — L. A. Winkel For County Coroner — Dr> R. ,A. Evans For Supervisor for First District John Fraser For Supervisor for Third District W, S. Cosgrove For Supervisor for Fifth District Frank And Remember-American Boys Are Giving World to Preserve Democratic Institutions and Your Right to Vote. DONT THROW THEM DOWN! GET OUT AND VOTE Chainn

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