35th Oregon Legislative Assembly

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35th Oregon Legislative Assembly
Oregon Capitol.jpg
Second Oregon State Capitol
Legislative body Oregon Legislative Assembly
Country United States
State Oregon
Meeting place Oregon State Capitol
Term 1929–1930
Oregon State Senate
Members 30 Senators
Senate President A. W. Norblad
Majority Leader ?
Minority Leader ?
Party control Republican Party
Oregon House of Representatives
Members 60 Representatives
Speaker of the House R. S. Hamilton
Majority Leader ?
Minority Leader ?
Party control Republican Party
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The thirty-fifth Oregon Legislative Assembly convened in 1929 for its biennial regular session, starting January 14 and finishing March 4. Republicans not only controlled both chambers, but also held overwhelming majorities. Only four Democrats, two in the House and two in the Senate, were members of the thirty-fifth Legislative Assembly. The body held no special sessions; no such sessions were held at all between 1921 and 1933.[1]

House members[edit]

All representatives in the thirty-fifth House were Republicans except two, Walter S. Fisher (D–4 Roseburg) and Joseph N. Scott (D–22 Pendleton).

Speaker of the House: R. S. Hamilton (R–21 Bend).

District Representative Residence Counties Party
1 Romeo Gouley Brooks Marion Republican
Lee McAllister Salem Republican
Frank W. Settlemier Woodburn Republican
W. Carlton Smith Salem Republican
2 Charles Childs Albany Linn Republican
Hector Macpherson Republican
3 Emmett Howard Eugene Lane Republican
Lynn S. McCready Republican
E. O. Potter Republican
4 Walter S. Fisher Roseburg Douglas Democratic
Charles A. Lockwood Republican
5 J. E. Norton Coquille Coos Republican
6 Louis L. Knapp Port Orford Coos
Curry
Republican
7 James T. Chinnock Grants Pass Josephine Republican
8 William M. Briggs Ashland Jackson Republican
John H. Carkin Medford Republican
9 James H. Hazlett Hood River Hood River Republican
10 B. W. Johnson Monroe Benton Republican
11 S. L. Stewart Rickreall Polk Republican
12 Herbert Egbert The Dalles Wasco Republican
13 Walter W. Russell McMinnville Yamhill Republican
Morton Tompkins Dayton Republican
14 B. F. Swope Independence Lincoln
Polk
Republican
15 Charles R. La Follett Cornelius Washington Republican
R. Frank Peters Hillsboro Republican
L. E. Wilkes Republican
16 H. H. Chindgren Mollala Clackamas Republican
J. F. Clark Oregon City Republican
Charles T. Sievers Republican
17 C. H. Oxman Ontario Malheur Republican
18 Gust. Anderson Portland Multnomah Republican
Homer D. Angell Republican
Earl C. Bronaugh, Jr. Republican
Allen A. Bynon Republican
Barnett H. Goldstein Republican
Wilber Henderson Republican
K. K. Kubli Republican
Dorothy M. Lee Republican
Frank J. Lonergan Republican
Neil Malarkey Republican
John B. McCourt Republican
Allen G. Rushlight Republican
Harvey Wells Republican
19 Mark J. Johnson Astoria Clatsop Republican
Charles W. Robison Republican
20 Glen R. Metsker St. Helens Columbia Republican
21 Denton G. Burkick Redmond Crook
Deschutes
Jefferson
Klamath
Lake
Republican
A. M. Collier Klamath Falls Republican
R. S. Hamilton Bend Republican
22 Joseph N. Scott Pendleton Morrow
Umatilla
Democratic
23 J. S. Norvell Helix Umatilla Republican
James H. E. Scott Milton Republican
24 T. G. Johnson Wallowa Union
Wallowa
Republican
25 H. H. Weatherspoon Elgin Union Republican
26 A. V. Swift Baker Baker Republican
27 R. A. Ford Dayville Grant
Harney
Republican
28 Earl Snell Arlington Gilliam
Sherman
Wheeler
Republican
J. P. Yates Wasco Republican
29 George P. Winslow Tillamook Tillamook Republican
30 Frank E. Andrews Portland Clackamas
Multnomah
Republican

Messenger to the Senate: Catherine Addink
Reading Clerk: Elbert Bede
Chief Clerk: W. F. Drager
Asst. Chief Clerk: Harry McCallen
Mailing Clerk: William F. McAdams
Doorkeeper: Rolls Southwick
Asst. Doorkeepers: B. E. Robertson, Glen A. Tousley
Calendar Clerk: Ruby Russell
Sergeant-at-Arms: Joseph F. Singer
Asst. Sergeant-at-Arms: J. A. Waddell
Messenger to the Printer: John F. Steelhammer
Pages: Denton Burdick, Jr., Harold Charters, Margarte Davidson

Senate members[edit]

All members of the thirty-fifth Senate were Republicans except two, Edward F. Bailey (D–3 Junction City) and W. H. Strayer (D–23 Baker).

Senate President: A. W. Norblad (R–15 Astoria) (appointed Governor of Oregon upon death of incumbent Isaac Patterson on December 22, 1929.[2])

District Senator Residence Counties Party
1 Sam H. Brown Gervais Marion Republican
Lloyd T. Reynolds Salem Republican
2 Willard L. Marks Albany Linn Republican
3 Edward F. Bailey Junction City Lane Democratic
4 John B. Bell Eugene Lane
Linn
Republican
5 B. L. Eddy Roseburg Douglas Republican
6 George W. Dunn Ashland Jackson Republican
7 Ed. W. Miller Grants Pass Josephine Republican
8 Charles Hall Marshfield Coos
Curry
Republican
9 Herbert J. Elliott Perrydale Benton
Polk
Republican
10 Clarence Butt Newberg Yamhill Republican
11 Edward Schulmerich Hillsboro Washington Republican
12 Linn E. Jones Oregon City Clackamas Republican
13 John O. Bailey Portland Multnomah Republican
J. E. Bennett Republican
Harry L. Corbett Republican
Milton R. Klepper Republican
Gus C. Moser Republican
Isaac E. Staples Republican
14 Joe E. Dunne Clackamas
Columbia
Multnomah
Republican
15 A. W. Norblad Astoria Clatsop Republican
16 Henry L. Kuck The Dalles Hood River
Wasco
Republican
17 Jay H. Upton Bend Crook
Deschutes
Jefferson
Klamath
Lake
Republican
18 R. J. Carsner Spray Gilliam
Sherman
Wheeler
Republican
19 Fred E. Kiddle Island City Morrow
Umatilla
Union
Republican
20 L. L. Mann Pendleton Umatilla Republican
21 Colon R. Eberhard La Grande Union
Wallowa
Republican
22 J. D. Billingsley Ontario Grant
Harney
Malheur
Republican
23 W. H. Strayer Baker Baker Democratic
24 Earl E. Fisher Beaverton Lincoln
Tillamook
Washington
Yamhill
Republican

Doorkeeper: Joseph W. Beveridge
Sergeant-at-Arms: H. T. Bruce
Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms: F. A. Sutton
Chief Clerk: John P. Hunt
Assistant Chief Clerk: Elizabeth J. Glatt
Calendar Clerk: Albert D. Goddard
Reading Clerk: M. F. Hardesty
Pages: Clifford Flake, Max King, Edward Seeborg

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Preceded by
34th legislature
35th Oregon Legislative Assembly
1929–1930
Succeeded by
36th legislature