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Toepel, M. G.; Kuehn, Hazel L. (ed.) / The Wisconsin blue book, 1952
(1952)

Members of the legislature,   pp. [25]-72 PDF (17.1 MB)


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MEMBJERS OF THE ASSEMBLY                         53
         HINZ                 NORMAN                LE CLAIR
         Lincoln            Manitowoc, 1st        Manitowoc, 2nd
  EMIL A. HINZ (Rep.) was born on February 21, 1889, in the town of
Proviso, Illinois. He received his education in a parochial school in that
state. From 1914 to 1917 he was a wheat farmer in Saskatchewan, and
since 1919 he has been engaged in farming. He was secretary of a co-
operative cheese factory for twenty-one years. His public offices include
town treasurer, town chairman, and county board member for nineteen
years, and chairman for eight years. Mr. Hinz is a World War I
veteran. This is his third term in the assembly. Home Address: Route
3, Merrill.
  JOHN A. NORMAN (Rep.) was born at Hartford. He received his
early education in public and private schools. He attended the University
of Wisconsin, receiving his A.B. degree in 1907. Since 1910 he has been
a teacher. Prior to his election to the assembly in 1948 Mr. Norman
had held no public office. Home Address: 812 State Street, Manitowoc.
  Manitowoc County, first district: Towns of Centerville, Liberty,
Manitowoc, Manitowoc Rapids, Meeme, and Newton; city of Manitowoc.
  FRANK LE CLAIR (Rep.) was born on January 1, 1888 at Two Rivers.
He received his education in the elementary schools and business
college. He was a commercial fisherman and at present is a fish broker.
His public offices include membership on the school board and on the
town board. Mr. Le Clair was director of the Manitowoc County Farm
Bureau Federation. He is a World War I veteran, having served in
the navy. He was elected to the assembly in 1946 and re-elected in
1950. Home Address: Route 1, Two Rivers.
  Manitowoc County, second district: Towns of Cato, Cooperstown,
Eaton, Franklin, Gibson, Koesuth, Maple Grove, Mishicot, Rockland,
Schleswig, Two Creeks, and Two Rivers; villages of Reedsville and
Valders; city of Two Rivers and that part of the city of Kiel in
Manitowoc County.
MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY                          53


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