. . u O DETWEILER ENTERS ' RACE FOR GOVERNOR ::', - - 'I ' - ;,'t 1 MX -1 ; y 1 L jit i , : .;. ;1 ' I twin virr rffiHiUnJtfl- MT-yft "r" VeVitnttfi M W. II. Dctwciler A large delegation ot Republicans Republi-cans met with the Jerome County Republican Central eomjniltoe at the Court House on Monday night, to outline campaign activities for the coming election. Most prominent topic was the paudldacy of W. II. "Hill" Detweil-er Detweil-er for governor. The entire delegation dele-gation gave it's unanamotis and enthusiastic en-thusiastic endorsement or iletweil-er. iletweil-er. Followed up by electing a DETWEILER FOR GOVERNOR COMMITTEE, which will work with similar committees in other counties. 4 The DETWEILER FOR GOVER- NO R COMMITTEE will be Headed by 10. C. Montgomery, Eden, county coun-ty chairman of the Republican party, who stated that Jerome county mil be depended upon for a very active campaign in connection connec-tion with Detweiler's candidacy. He also stated that his committee would welcome cooperation of similar sim-ilar volunteer committees in other counties of the state. "Detweiler has served three sessions ses-sions in the State Legistarure. Tus very active on most of the important impor-tant committees of the House and served on joint committees or the Senate and House. He is a veteran of World war I and a member of the American Legion. He owns A, and operates a large and successful farm in Jerome county and knows the agricultural problems of the state His close contact with state affairs for many years, makes him well qualified for the office he seeks," stated Montgomery.