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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 ASSEMBLY                         57
       FRANK*                SULLIVAN               GRADY
     Outagamie, 1st       Outagamie, 2nd            Ozaukee
  FRED H. FRANK* (Rep.) born in Lessor, Shawano Co., July 1, 1895.
Educated Briarton Public School, Bushey Business College, corres-
pondence course in bookkeeping in vocational school. Undersheriff
1936-40; sheriff 1940-45; member Outagamie County Board 1930-36.
Member American Legion; Veterans of Foreign Wars; 40 et 8, UCT
100 F; Conservation Club; American Federation of Musicians. World
War I veteran, 1917-19, 48th Division, First Army, A.E.F. Assemblyman
1945-49; re-elected 1956. Home Address: 724 S. Mason St., Appleton.
  Outagamie County, 1st district: Towns of Center, Grand Chute; city
of Appleton.
  WILLIAM T. SULLIVAN (Rep.) born Oconto Apr. 6, 1894. Graduated
Oconto High School; attended University of Wisconsin; B.E. Oshkosh
State College; graduate work at Lawrence College. Since 1927 director
Kaukauna School of Vocational and Adult Education. High school
teacher, 1915-27. World War I and World War II veteran: served in
navy Apr.-Dec. 1918; lieutenant commander in navy 1943-45. Member
American Legion, Forty et Eight, Elks, Knights of Columbus. Elected
to assembly 1954; re-elected 1956. Member Legislative Council's Com-
mittee on Education 1955-56, and chairman of its Advisory Committee
on Local Library Services. Served on Assembly Committees on Con-
servation and Highways, 1957. Home Address: 184 W. Wisconsin
Ave., Kaukauna.
  Outagamie County, 2nd district: Towns of Black Creek, Bovina,
Buchanan, Cicero, Dale, Deer Creek, Ellington, Freedom, Greenville,
Hortonia, Kaukauna, Liberty, Main, Maple Creek, Oneida, Osborne,
Seymour, Vandenbroek; villages of Bear Creek, Black Creek, Combined
Locks, Hortonville, Kimberly, Little Chute, Shiocton; cities of Kaukau-
na, Seymour; 3rd ward city of New London.
  WARREN A. GRADY       (Rep.) born Port Washington Mar. 3, 1924.
Educated Port Washington public schools, Northwestern University,
B.S.; University of Wisconsin, LL.B. Practicing attorney since 1950.
Serving third term as city attorney. In U. S. navy 1943-46. Elected to
assembly 1952, 1954, 1956. Chairman Assembly Committee on Taxation.
Elected Republican floor leader 1957. Business Address: 114 E. Main
St., Port Washington.
*Deceased July 10, 1957.
MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY                         57


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