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Toepel, M. G.; Kuehn, Hazel L. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 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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      DONNELLY                 JONES                 LaFAVE
      28th District         29th District          30th District
  DAVIS A. DONNELLY (Dem.) born March 9, 1927 in Augusta. Grad-
uated Augusta elementary and high schools; B.S. Eau Claire State
College; LL.B. University of Wisconsin Law School 1957. Practicing
attorney in Eau Claire. Previous occupations include salmon fisher-
man in Alaska, machinist, salesman, messenger Wis. Assembly 1955.
World War II and Korean navy veteran. Elected to senate 1956.
Member Senate Committee on Agriculture. Home Address: 131 S. Bar-
stow St., Eau Claire.
  28th senatorial district: Chippewa, Eau Claire Counties.
  HUGH M. JONES (Rep.) born Dousman Oct. 9, 1892. Graduated Dodge-
ville elementary and high schools; B.S. University of Wisconsin Col-
lege of Agriculture 1915. Formerly automobile dealer 1922-53; coun-
ty agricultural agent 1919-22; assistant instructor University of Wis-
consin 1915-17. Alderman, Bloomer, Wisconsin, 1932-36; director Wis-
consin Motor Vehicle Dept. 1939-41, commissioner of same dept. 1941-
43. World War I veteran: field artillery. World War II veteran: mili-
tary govt. 1943-46. Chairman American Legion Conservation Commit-
tee, Dept. of Wisconsin 1928-30. Elected senate 1954. Home Address:
612 Kent St., Wausau.
  29th senatorial district: Marathon, Shawano Counties.
  REUBEN LA FAVE (Rep.) born Oconto Sept. 27, 1915. Graduated
high school, attended Railroad School of Auditors. Was county case-
worker; now real estate broker. Member of county board 4 terms.
Chairman Sportsmen's Congress District 3, 1949-53; member Congress
Conservation Council; president Northeastern Wis. Conservation Coun-
cil; president Northeastern Wis. Bayshore Trap League; active member
of Civic Club, Yacht Club, Kiwanis Club, Wisconsin Service Association
and various civic organizations. In 1953 received Milwaukee Sentinel
award for outstanding achievement in conservation field. During World
War II chief petty officer in auxiliary coast guard. Served 3 terms in
assembly, chairman assembly Conservation Committee 1955-56. Mem-
ber Legislative Council 1955-56. Elected to senate 1956. Member senate
Committees on Conservation and Agriculture. Home Address: 636
Brazeau Ave., Oconto.
  30th senatorial district: Florence, Forest, Langlade, Marinette, Oconto

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