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Toepel, M. G.; Kuehn, Hazel L. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1958

Biographies and pictures of constitutional officers, supreme court justices, members of Congress, members of legislature,   pp. [1]-68 PDF (22.7 MB)

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       HENDEE                 MERTEN                 MOSER
       4th District          5th District          6th District
  KIRBY HENDEE (Rep.) born Mar. 12, 1923 in Milwaukee. Educated
Saint Roberts School; Shorewood High School; Holy Cross College
(magna cum laude); LL.B. University of Michigan Law School 1953.
Factory shop clerk 1941-42; practicing attorney since 1953. Active in
City Club of Milwaukee; Milwaukee Junior Bar Assn; member local,
state, national bar assns; leader in Community Chest, 1953-56; member
Holy Name Society and Knights of Columbus. World War II veteran
1943-46 serving in Philippines with field artillery in 1945. Has held no
public office until his election to the senate in 1956. Member senate
committees on Judiciary; Labor, Taxation, Insurance and Banking;
Joint Survey Committee on Retirement Systems. Home Address: 4425
N. Murray Ave., Milwaukee.
  4th senatorial district: Villages of Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point,
River Hills, Shorewood, Whitefish Bay; city of Glendale and 1st, 18th,
20th wards city of Milwaukee.
  WALTER L. MERTEN (Rep.) born Milwaukee Dec. 11, 1922. Grad-
uated St. Sebastian's Grade School and Marquette University High
School. LL.B. Marquette University Law   School 1950. Practicing at-
torney and circuit court commissioner. In World War II 1943-46;
served overseas in Philippines and Japan with 25th Infantry Division.
Entered army as private and discharged as 1st lieutenant. After dis-
charge from military service, at request of War Department, served
as civilian military officer in Japan, as specialist in government and
education. Member American Legion; Wisconsin and Milwaukee Bar
Assns.; Kiwanis. Served in assembly 1951, 1953. Served in senate 1955,
1957. Assistant Republican floor leader 1957; chairman Senate Com-
mittee on Judiciary 1957; chairman Urban Development Committee of
the Legislative Council 1957; member Judicial Council 1957. Home
Address: 2940 N. 50th St., Milwaukee.
  5th senatorial district: 5th, 9th, 15th wards city of Milwaukee.
  WILLIAM R. MOSER (Dem.) born Oct. 14, 1927 in Chicago. Educated
St. Michael's Elementary School, St. John's Cathedral High School, both
Milwaukee; B.S. St. Norbert's College; LL.B. Marquette University Law
School. Practicing  attorney. Former member Advisory Council to
Mayor of Milwaukee; director State Street Advancement Assn., Milwau-
kee; member state and local Bar Assns.; past commander Saint Rose
Post 1286, Catholic War Veterans; judge advocate Wis. Dept. Catholic
War Veterans; member Knights of Columbus, Eagles. In army 1945-47.
Elected to senate 1956. Business Address: 710 N. Plankinton Ave.,
  6th senatorial district: 7th, 10th, 13th wards city of Milwaukee.

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