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Anderson, William J.; Anderson, William A. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1929

State government: legislative branch,   pp. [499]-596 PDF (32.6 MB)

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530                   WISCONSIN     BLUE BOOK
                  Iowa, LaFayette and Green Counties.
   CHARLES W. HUTCHISON (Rep.) was born Feb. 26, 1865, at Mineral
 Point. He received his education in the Mineral Point schools. He has
 always been a farmer and served for four years as a member of the county
 board of Iowa county, and for six years was a member of the Mineral
 Point school board. He was elected to the assembly in 1922 and re-elected
 in November, 1924, without opposition, receiving 6,119 votes. He was
 elected to the State Senate in November, 1926, receiving 9,501 votes to
 3,073 for Carl Marty, (Ind.).
 HOME ADDRESS: Mineral Point, Wis.
           Fond du Lac, Waushara and Green Lake Counties.
  L. J. FELLENZ (Rep.) attended common schools in the village of Camp-
bellsport, Wisconsin, entered Oshkosh Normal School in 1899, and gradu-
ated from that institution in 1902. He taught school for two years and
then entered the University of Wisconsin law school in 1904, graduating in
1907. Senator Fellenz entered upon the practice of law in Fort Atkinson,
where he remained there for two and one-half years, then moving to Fond-
du Lac, where he has since been engaged in the practice of law. In the
fall of 1914 he was elected district attorney of Fond du Lac County and
reelected in 1916. He has always been identified with the Republican
party and actively interested in its campaigns. In 1928 was elected to
the State Senate on the Republican ticket receiving 21,550 votes against
J. J. Gough, Democrat, who received 10,067, giving Senator Fellenz a ma-
jority of 11,483.
  HOME ADDRESS: 25 Cottage Ave., Fond du Lac, Wis.
                    Calumet an-d Winnebago Counties.
  MERRITT F. WIITE       (Rep.) was born    at Winneconne, August 26,
1865. He was educated in the schools of Winneconne and Oshkosh Nor-
mal. For eighteen years he served as a member of the Winneconne
Educational Board; for 28 years he was .president of the Village of Win-
neconne, and for the same length of time a member of the county board
of Winnebago County. For ten years he was a member of the Winne-
bago County Highway Commission. In November, 1926 he was elected
to the State Senate without opposition, receiving 15,875 votes. Mr. White
is a farmer.
  HOME ADDRESS: Winneconne, Wisconsin.
                   Sheboygan and Ozaukee Counties.
  HERMAN E. BOLDT (Rep.) was born in the town of Sheboygan Falls,
Sheboygan county, Wisconsin, on May 13, 1865. He received his early
education in rural, district, parochial and night schools continuing his!
labors with farm life and engaging in carpenter and contract work. Deter-,
mination, preparation and perseverance have kept Mr. Boldt's major -inter-
est in life in manufacturing enterprises. His early engagements in this
direction were in a lumber yard and a sash and door factory at Sheboy-
gan Falls. His ability and foresight were sought in the organizing of

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