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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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WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK
       CROWNS                   MAY                 KELLMAN
       Wood, 2nd             Chief Clerk         Sergeant at Arms
  ARTHUR J. CROWNS JR. (Rep.) born Wisconsin Rapids Jan. 24,
1922. Educated local public schools; Stevens Point State College 1941-
42, 1945-47; B.S. Stevens Point State College; LL.B. University of Wis-
consin 1950. Practicing attorney. Served in air force 1942-45. Active in
Boy Scouts. State judge advocate of Disabled American Veterans.
Serving 2nd term    in the legislature. Business Address: Box 509,
Wisconsin Rapids.
  Wood County, 2nd district; Towns of Cranmoor, Dexter, Grand Rapids,
Hiles, Port Edwards, Remington, Saratoga, Seneca; villages of Biron,
Port Edwards; cities of Nekoosa, Wisconsin Rapids.
  ARTHUR L. MAY born in Chicago Jan. 6, 1901. Attended elementary
schools of Chicago and Wisconsin Rapids, graduated Central High
School in Madison. In 1932 received LL.B. from the University of Wis-
consin Law School. Has been a farmer, mechanic, businessman; since
1932 engaged in the practice of law. Served as justice of the peace
1931-39. Appointed court commissioner effective Mar. 2, 1955. Dele-
gate to the 1944 Republican National Convention. Elected chief clerk
of the assembly in 1941, and re-elected each session since then. Home
Address: 2527 Van Hise Ave., Madison.
  NORRIS J. KELLMAN, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Kellman,
born Oct. 23, 1898 at Galesville. Graduated Galesville High School,
attended La Crosse State Teachers College one year and graduated
University of WVisconsin in 1923. For 10 years assistant postmaster at
Galesville and for past 28 years has been in general insurance business.
Member of board of supervisors of Trempealeau County several years.
Served in World War I and was one of the youngest men in the state
to be commissioned as a second lieutenant. Has held a number of
offices in the American Legion including commander of his local
post for 3 years. In 1936 alternate to Republican National Convention
in Cleveland and his father was a delegate to the same convention.
Mr. Norris Kellman was a delegate to the 1940 national convention in
Philadelphia, and the 1944 convention in Chicago. Member of the as-
sembly in 1939. Since 1941 sergeant at arms of that body. Home Address:
Galesville.
  Marathon   County, 1st district: Towns of Bergen, Berlin, Bern,
Bevent, Brighton, Cassel, Cleveland, Day, Easton, Eau Pleine, Elderon,
Emmet, Frankfort, Franzen, Green Valley, Guenther, Halsey, Hamburg,
Harrison, Hewitt, Holton, Hull, Johnson, Knowlton, Kronenwetter,
McMillan, Marathon, Mosinee, Norrie, Plover, Reid, Rib Falls, Rib Moun-
tain, Rietbrock, Spencer, Stettin, Wien; villages of Athens, Edgar,
Elderon, Fenwood, Hatley, Marathon, Spencer, Stratford, and       the
parts of Abbotsford and Unity villages in Marathon County; that part
of the city of Colby in Marathon County and city of Mosinee.


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