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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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       PANZER                  LORGE                   CARR
       13th District         14th District          15th District
  FRANK E. PANZER (Rep.). Attended public schools and Oakfield
High School. Was school teacher and telegraph operator; at present
engaged in farming. Has held several public offices including school
clerk, town chairman, member of Dodge County Board since 1925 and
chairman of Dodge County Board since 1940. Elected chairman Board
of Managers of Council of State Governments, Dec. 5, 1956. In assembly
in 1931; elected to senate in 1934; re-elected in 1942, 1946, 1950, 1954.
Elected president pro tem 1947-57. Home Address: Route 1, Browns-
  13th senatorial district: Dodge, Washington Counties.
  GERALD D. LORGE (Rep.) born July 9, 1922 on a farm          in Bear
Creek, Outagamie County. Graduated from      grade and high schools
in Bear Creek, completing the 4-year high school course in 3 years.
Entered Marquette University in 1946 majoring in courses preparatory
to law school. Elected to assembly in 1950 from Outagamie County in
his junior year at law school; after legislature adjourned in 1951 re-
turned to Marquette University, graduating from law school in 1952.
Prior to practicing law at Bear Creek, Sen. Lorge worked as a farmer
in Outagamie and Waupaca Counties and did blacksmithing with his
father who pioneered the blacksmith art in that area. Enlisted in marine
corps, 1941; discharged Dec. 1945. On June 10, 1954 at the annual
Wisconsin Marine Corps League convention was given Distinguished
Service Award for meritorious service in the marine corps and the
Marine Corps League. Member of Loyal Order of Moose, Disabled
American War Veterans, American Legion, Marine Corps League, and
national, state and local bar associations. Elected to assembly 1950
and 1952. Elected to senate 1954 to fill unexpired term of Sen. Bubolz,
resigned; re-elected 1956. Home Address: 147 Railroad St., Bear Creek.
  14th senatorial district: Outagamie, Waupaca Counties.
  PETER P. CARR (Rep.) born North Jutland, Denmark, Aug. 6, 1890.
Educated Chicago public schools, Chicago Business College. Formerly
seedsman; member Carr's Inc. operating group of grocery stores and
warehouses in Southern Wisconsin      1931-46; member of Janesville
wholesale grocery firm 1946-50. Now retired. President Janesville city
council 1952-54. President Wisconsin Seed Dealers Ass'n 1929; director
Union Trust Co., Madison 1928-31; chairman President's Re-employ-
ment Board, Rock County, during depression. Elected to senate 1954.
Home Address: 524 N. Garfield Ave., Janesville.
  15th senatorial district: Rock County.

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