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Holmes, Fred L. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1927
(1927)

Biographical: U. S. senators, state officers, supreme court judges, state senators, members of assembly,   pp. [663]-[728] PDF (21.8 MB)


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724                 WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK
                                WALWORTH COUNTY
  FRANK E. LAWSON (Rep.) -was born August 9, 1868,
at Delavan, Wisconsin. He received his education
in the District School at Walworth and Sharon,
Wisconsin, high school. He lived on a farm until
1907 and has been Cashier of, the Walworth State
Bank of Walworth, Wisconsin, since that time. He
was town clerk of the town of Walworth from
1901 to 1907, and was president of the Walworth
County Agricultural Society in 1909, and has been
president of the Walworth Village Board since
1917. ýHe was chairman of the Liberty Loan drives
for the town of Walworth during the World War.
He was elected to the assembly in 1922, re-elected
in November, 1924, and again in November, 1926,
receiving 5,763 votes to 294 votes for Helen N.
Tubbs.
Home Address: Walworth, Wis.
          WASHINGTON COUNTY
  JOSEPH J. I-TUBER (Rep.) was born at West Bend,
March 2, 1893. He was educated in the public
schools; graduated from   the West Bend High
School 1911; and attended the University of Mar-
quette in 1919. Illness prevented him from com-
pleting the course. He served as post-office clerk at
West Bend, 1913-1919, newspaper editor 1911-1913
and from 1920 to the present time. He is the ed-
itor and manager of the West Bend News, Wash-
ington county's oldest newspaper established in
1855. He served as secretary of the Washington
county agricultural society 1924 to 1927.   His
newspaper has taken a leadership for dairying and
business enterprises. A large commercial printing
plant is conducted in connection with the news-
paper. Mr. Huber was elected to the assembly in
1926 receiving 3,607 votes to 1,452 votes for-'Wil-
liam Warnkey   (Dem.).
  Home Address: West Bend, Wis.
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First District: The towns of Eagle, Genessee, Muk-
  wonago, Muskego, New Berlin, Ottawa, Vernon
  and Waukesha; the villages of Dousman, Eagle,
  Mukwonago and North Prairie, and the city of
  Waukesha.
  EVAN G. DAVIES (Rep.) was born on a farm near
Wales, Wisconsin, July 14, 1877. He graduated
from Carroll College, Waukesha, Wisconsin, in the
year 1897, and later attended the University of
Wisconsin. Mr. Davies has one of the most suc-
cessful fire and tornado insurance agencies in the
state and for several years has acted in the capa.c-
ity of special agent and adjuster for the Fidelity-
Phenix Fire Insurance Company of New York and


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