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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
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      WARD, W.                STONE                 MAROTZ
      St. Croix                Sauk                 Shawano
  WILLIAM    W. WARD     (Dem.) born August 8, 1903 in St. Croix
County. Graduated Star Prairie elementary school and Minneapolis
high school; LL.B. University of Minnesota Law    School. Practicing
attorney  15 years. City attorney   1951-55; member school board;
elected to assembly 1956. Home Address: New Richmond.
  JAMES RILEY STONE (Rep.) born Oct. 17, 1886 in Sully County, South
Dakota. Received elementary and high school education in Reedsburg
public schools. In 1907 graduated from University of Wisconsin, re-
ceiving B.A. degree. Has held offices of postmaster and town clerk.
From 1945-49 was sheriff of Sauk County. Owns and manages 2 Sauk
County dairy farms. Has served as secretary and treasurer of Sauk
County National Farm   Assn. World War I veteran. This is his 5th
term in the assembly. Home Address: 733 N. Park St., Reedsburg.
  ROBERT G. MAROTZ (Rep.) born Sheboygan Nov. 14, 1921. Grad-
uated St. James Lutheran School in Shawano and Shawano High
School; Worked as apprentice in a law office. Served in marine corps
from  1942-45 during which time he also attended Bowling Green
State University in Ohio and Dartmouth College. In 1946 wrote the
Wisconsin bar examination and was admitted to the bar the same
year. Then attended Law School of University of Wisconsin where
he received degree in 1949. Member Commission on Interstate Coopera-
tion since 1953. Secretary Joint Legislative Council 1955-57; member
of its Menominee Indian Study Committee 1955-57; member of its
Judiciary Committee 1949-55 and chairman of this committee 1951-53;
member Legislative Council's Civil Defense Committee 1950-51. The
Judiciary Committee 1949-55, studied the revision   of the criminal
and corporation codes. Assistant Republican floor leader, 1953, floor
leader 1955. Elected speaker 1957. This is his 5th term in the assembly.
Home Address: Shawano.


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