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Beck, J. D. (ed.) / The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin
(1907)

Part VIII. Biographical sketches,   pp. [1113]-1181 ff. PDF (17.4 MB)


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BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.                        1175
               WAUPACA COUNTY.
First Distrct. The towns of Caledonia, Dayton, Farm-
  in,gton, Fremont, Lind, Little Wolf, Royalton, St.
  Lawrence, Scandinavia, Waupaca and Weyauega, the
  villages of Weyauega, Fremont, Manawa and Scan-
  dinavia, and the city of Waupaca. Population, 1900-
  16,337.
  WESLEY IRVINE (Rep.) was born in Canada- in De-
cember 1866; he completed the high school course in his
native village and Iater moved to New York, where he
attended the Cook Academy for one year; he later en-
tered the medical nepartment of the Uui  . y 0  ,-
land, from which institution he graduated in 1892; im-  Wesley Irvine.
mediately after graunation he removed to   Waupaca
county, where he has since practiced nIs profession;
was elected member of assembly in 1906, receiving
1,437 votes against 224 for Win. McHugh (Dem.), and
128 for Henry A. Larson (Pro.).
                WAUPACA COUNTY.
Second District. The towns of Bear Creek, Dupont,
  Harrison, Hlelvetia, Iola, Lebanon, Larrabee, Matte-
  son, Mukwta, Union and Wyoming, the villages of
  Embarrass, Iola and Marion, the city of Clintonville,
  and the tst, 2d, 4th and 5th wards of the city o0
  New London. Popclation, 1900-15,278.
  OTTO L. OLEN     (Rep.) was born in Winneconne,
Winnebago county, Wis.; was brought up on a farm
and educated in Ball Prairie school, Winueconne high
school, and Oshkosh Normal School; taught school
winters, and worked on rivers driving logs, and on
farm summers for several years to earn money to go      Otto L. Olen.
to law school. Graduated from the Chicago Law School
1899, and opened a law oice at Monawa, Wis. same
year. In Oct. 19l1,moved to Clintonville, Wis. and
engaged in the practice of law with his brother Walter
A. Olen, under the firm  name of Olen & Olen; has
been vice-chairman of the county board of Waupaca
county for the past two years, and president of the
Clintonville Free Library Board since its organization.
He was elected to the assembly in 1906, receiving 1,104
votes against 498 for J. Prenzlow (Dem.).
               WAUSHARA COUNTY.
        One District. Population, 1900-15,972.
  E. G. KEUP (Rep.) was born at Oshkosh in 1869;
received an education In the common schools and the
Bryant & Stratton Business College; was elected chair-
man of the town of Mt. Morris for eight consecutive
years. Is vice-president of the Mt. Morris Norwegian    E. G. Keup.


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