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. -68 PDF (22.7 MB)
MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY 41 DANIELSON PRITCHARD LAUBY Eau Claire, 1st Eau Claire, 2nd Florence, Forest, Langlade DENNIS B. DANIELSON (Rep.) born Jan. 29, 1921 in Dunn County. Educated rural and public schools, Eau Claire Senior High School, Eau Claire State College; LL.B. University of Wisconsin Law School. Presently engaged in the practice of law at Eau Claire. Eau Claire city councilman 1949-57; member and president city Board of Health 1949-57. Former member panel of conciliators and arbitrators W.E.R.B. World War II veteran, serving in navy air corps 1941-45. At present Lt. Commander air intelligence USNR. Elected to assembly 1956. Home Address: 343 Bartlett Court, Eau Claire. Eau Claire County, 1st district: ist-3rd, 5th-10th, 13th wards city of Eau Claire. JOHN T. PRITCHARD (Rep.) born Dec. 20, 1884 in Caernarvon, Wales; received his early education there. In 1905 came to America. Studied in the College of Agriculture at the University of Wisconsin for 2 years. Since then he has engaged in farming, moving to Eau Claire County in 1913. In 1943 selected by the Eau Claire chapter of Future Farmers to receive the certificate of recognition at the Wisconsin State Fair. This award was made to him for outstanding accomplishments as a farmer in contributing to the education and training of rural youth in agriculture. Has held various public of- fices and for 12 years was a member of the county board and chair- man of its finance and resolution committees. Serving 12th term in the assembly. Member Committees on Agriculture, Commerce and Manufactures, and Committee to Visit State Institutions. Home Ad- dress: Route 5, Eau Claire. Eau Claire, 2nd district: All towns and villages of county; cities of Altoona, Augusta; and 4th, 11th, 12th, 14th, 15th wards city of Eau Claire. ALFRED J. LAUBY (Dem.) born Oct. 7, 1908 at Antigo. Graduated St. John's Parochial School and Antigo High School. Formerly dairy products salesman, painter and decorator; tavern operator. Now re- tired. Director Tavern League of Wis. 1949-51. World War II veteran; in navy 1943-45. Serving 2nd term in legislature. Home Address: 209-10th Ave., Antigo.
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