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Beck, J. D. (ed.) / The Blue Book of the state of Wisconsin
(1911)

Part VIII. Biographical sketches,   pp. [725]-786 PDF (16.3 MB)


Page 784


784                   WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK.
                                      WAUPACA COUNTY.
                     Second District. The towns of Bear Creek, Dupont,
   Harrison ,  el ve a,   , Leuanon, Larrabce, Matte-
   son, Mukwa, Union and Wyoming, the villages of
   Embarrass, Iola and Marion, the city of Clintonville,
   and the 1st, 2d, 4th and 5th wards of the city of
   New London. Population, 1900--15,278.
   OTTO L. OLEN      (Rcp.) was born in Winneconne,
Winnebago county, Wisconsin in 1875. Was brought up
on a farm and educated in Ball Prairie school, Winne-
conne high school, and Oshkosh Normal School; taught
school winters, and worked on rivers driving logs, and
on farm summers for several years to earn money to go
to law school. Graduated from the Chicago Law School
1890, and opened a law olfice at Manawa, Wis., same
                 ...... In       eo, iM, moved to Clintonville, Wis.,
Otto L. Olen     and engaged in the practice of law with his brother
                 Walter A. Olen, under the firm name of Olen & Olen;
                 was vice-chairman of the county board of Waupaca
                 county for two years, and has been president of the
                 Clintonville free library board since its organization.
                 lie was elected to the assembly in 1906 and again in
1910 revccv n~g 1_76 votes against a scattering of 4,
                WAUSIHARA COUNTY.
        One District. Population, 1900-15,972.
  MICHIAEL O'CONNOR       (Rep.) was born on a faria
in the town of Hancock, Waushara county, Wisconsin,
Juily 21, 1856, upon which he still resides. Ile received
his education in the common schools.    Ills occupation
has always been farming. Was elected chairman of the
town for three consecutive years, declining to serve
longer; Was treasurer of the school district for twenty-
       --           rour years and has been a member of the Waushara
MfchaeI O'Connor    county training school board since its organization.
                    Was elected member of the assembly in 1910, receiving
                    1,634 votes against 30 for Thomas Edgar (Dem.) and
                    121 for Frederick J. Mortson (Soc. Dem.).
First District. The town of Oshkosh and the 1st. 2d,
  4th, 5th, 7th, Sth, 10th, 11th sand 12th wards of the
  city of Oshkosh. Population, 1900-20,317.
  ROBERT L. CLARK        (Rep.) was born JTanuary 31,
1872 at St. J.oseph, Missouri. Came to Wisconsin in
1877. Educated in the public schools of Delavan and
Beaver Dam and in the normal school at Wlhitewater.
Taught school from 1890 to 1905; passed the Wisconsin
state bar examination in 1903. Ias been practicing law
qt Oshkosh since 1905.    Was elected member of the
assembly in 1910, receiving  2,105 votes against 1,630
lor Ilerbert Jansen (IDem) 18 loT' for F         .
Robert L. Clark    aud 153 for John C. Bever (See. Dem.).


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