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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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68                   WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK
     NUERNBERG                TIMMER                  KAPITZ
     Sheboygan, 1st        Sheboygan, 2nd             Taylor
  FRED E. NUERNBERG (Rep.) was born on October 8, 1917 in She-
boygan where he received his elementary and high school education.
After being employed by the Garton Toy Company as production super-
visor he entered the insurance business in 1946. In addition to being
active in Red Cross and Boy Scout activities he is a member of the
Kiwanis Club, Community Players, Life Underwriters Association,
American Legion, and Amvets. In World War II he served in the Navy.
This is his first term in the assembly. Home Address: 1955 North 4th
Street, Sheboygan.
  Sheboygan County, first district: The city of Sheboygan.
  HENRY W. TIMMER (Rep.) was born at Gibbsville on June 18, 1873.
He received his education in the elementary schools and later attended
the Sheboygan Business College. He was born and raised on a farm.
He has been a clerk, tinsmith, hardware dealer, and bank cashier. His
public offices include county clerk, town clerk, town treasurer, chair-
man of town board, postmaster, member of Sheboygan County Normal
School Board, and chief clerk of the local Selective Service Board. At
present he is retired. This is his fourth term in the legislature. Home
Address: Waldo.
  Sheboygan County, second district: The entire county outside the
city of Sheboygan.
  MILLARD M. KAPITZ (Rep.) was born in Rib Lake on July 31, 1906.
He graduated from the Rib Lake elementary and high schools. He
managed a bowling alley and a bar-cafe and now is in the insurance
business. He was a village trustee from 1932 to 1935; member of the
county board from 1936 to 1943 and from 1945 to 1950; member of the
county board finance committee from 1936 to 1943; vice chairman of
the county board from 1941 to 1943; and chairman from 1947 to 1950. He
served in the navy in 1944 and upon his discharge he again became a
member of the county board. Mr. Kapitz is a former president of the Rib
Lake Commercial Club and former commander of the Rib Lake American
Legion post. This is his first term in the assembly. Home Address: Rib
Lake.


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