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Toepel, M. G.; Kuehn, Hazel L. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1958
(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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MEMBERS OF THE SENATE
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      DRAHEIM                PRANGE*               STALBAUM
      19th District         20th District          21st District
  WILLIAM    A. DRAHEIM    (Rep.) born Neenah Dec. 15, 1898. Grad-
uated Neenah elementary and high schools; attended Lawrence College
for 2 years. Occupations: mill worker, statistician-accountant, produc-
tion planner. Sporting goods dealer. Semi-retired. Former member-
county board. Member Rotary Club, American Legion, Veterans of
Foreign Wars. Private in World War I; rose from private to major
in National Guard from    1920-40; major and colonel of infantry in
World War II; on active duty 1940-46, served 38 months in Southwest
Pacific with 32nd Division and other troops; colonel in army reserve.
Elected to senate 1950; re-elected 1954. Home Address: 1161/2 W. Wis-
consin Ave., Neenah.
  19th senatorial district: Calumet and Winnebago Counties.
  LOUIS H. PRANGE* (Rep.) born town of Sheboygan Falls. Educated
county rural schools and Mission House College, Plymouth. Engaged
in farming for over 40 years; owns a modern certified seed and Hol-
stein-Friesian dairy farm. Past president Dairy State Bank, Plymouth.
Served as school district officer; leader of 4-H groups; member coun-
ty fair board; Tri-County Cheese and Dairymen's Cooperative Asso-
ciation of which he was secretary-treasurer 1931-40. President Ply-
mouth Farmers Mutual Insurance Co. Interested in soil conservation;
supervised development of Sheboygan County lime project. Member
Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment Association. Elected to senate
1952; re-elected 1956. Home Address: Route 1, Plymouth.
  20th senatorial district: Ozaukee, Sheboygan Counties.
  LYNN E. STALBAUM (Dem.) born Waterford, May 15, 1920. Educated
Racine County rural schools, Racine County School of Agriculture.
Since 1951 secretary-treasurer Racine Milk Producers Co-op Assn. Em-
ployed by U. S. Dept of Agriculture in Racine County 1936-44, was admin-
istrative officer for federal farm programs for that county from 1939-44;
terminated employment when he joined the navy in 1944. World War
II veteran, U. S. navy destroyer, in South Pacific; discharged as 1st
class petty officer 1946. Has been fieldman for milk plant; salesman
for feed company; active in community affairs. Former Commander
Waterford American Legion; charter member Wind Lake Veterans of
Foreign Wars; member, Kiwanis Club of Greater Racine; chairman
Democratic Senate Caucus, 1957 session. Elected to senate 1954. Home
Address: 904 Montclair Drive, Racine.
  21st senatorial district: Racine County.
*Deceased Aug. 19, 1957.


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