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 as a member of the board of education for nine years. Member Masonic lodge; member of Methodist church; was elected representative in 1932. A democrat.