Toepel, M. G.; Kuehn, Hazel L. (ed.) / The Wisconsin blue book, 1952
Members of the legislature, pp. -72 PDF (17.1 MB)
52 WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK SCHILLING MONSON CAVERS La Crosse, 2nd Lafayette Langlade HARRY AV. SCHILLING (Rep.) was born on September 21, 1887 in Onalaska where he attended the public schools. In 1911 he was graduated from the short course in agriculture, at the University of Wisconsin. Since the age of seven he has resided on a farm and his occupation has always been farming. The public offices which he has held include director of the creamery board from 1916 to 1924, member of the county board in 1922, member of the town board from 1924 to 1926, and director of the district school since 1931. Mr. Schilling was a member of the assembly in 1935, 1937, 1947, 1949, and 1951. Home Address: Route 1, Onalaska. La Crosse County, second district: The eighth, seventeenth, eighteenth, and twenty-first wards of the city of La Crosse, and the entire county outside La Crosse. MARTIN O. MONSON (Rep.) was born on May 1, 1885 at Argyle. After attending grade school he took a business course. At present he is engaged in farming and road contracting, furnishing crushed rock for roads, driveways, and concrete work and also ground limestone for farms. For five years he has served as town chairman and county board member. Mr. Monson is president and director of the Lafayette Electric Co-op, and director of the Dairyland Power Co-op and the Wisconsin Electric Co-op. This is his third term in the assembly. Home Address: South Wayne. WALTER D. CAVERS (Rep.) was born on a farm near Lansing, Iowa, on October 31, 1888. He attended the Iowa public schools and continued his education at Wisconsin Business University in La Crosse. He has held various positions With lumber companies and at present is operating a real estate and insurance agency. His public offices include president of the Village of White Lake, 1926-1937; member of board of education for seventeen years; member of county board for eleven years; member of county selective service board. Mr. Cavers is on the board of directors of the Antigo Association of Commerce. This is his first term in the assembly. Home Address: 307 Virginia Street, Antigo.
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