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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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      TREMAIN                WALLIN                  SYKES
    Adams, Juneau,       Ashland, Bayfield           Barron
  BEN TREMAIN (Rep.) born Feb. 25, 1888 in Monroe County. Grad-
uated elementary and Mauston High Schools. Engaged in retail busi-
ness for 26 years; now retired. Owner and manager of 2 farms. Mem-
ber school board 1925-40; village president 1925-40; member county
board 1925-56. Assemblyman 1931, 1947-53, 1957. Home Address: Hustler.
  VIC C. WALLIN     (Rep.) born Washburn May 27, 1899. Attended
Grand View elementary schools; graduate of La Salle Extension Uni-
versity course in accounting. Since 1924 he and partners have been
wholesale distributors of petroleum products and engaged in retail
general merchandise and insurance business. From 1937-47 town chair-
man; was chairman of county board. Was vice president of Wisconsin
Indianhead Country, Inc. for 4 years and now lifetime member of execu-
tive advisory committee; was chairman of County Conservation Con-
gress; member State Forestry Advisory Committee. Serving 4th term
in assembly. Home Address: Grand View.
  CHARLES H. SYKES (Rep.) born Jan. 11, 1881 at Brodhead; grad-
uated Milton Junction High School; attended Janesville Business Col-
lege. At 19 began farming in Rock County. In 1919 moved to farm in
Barron County on which he resided until he retired in 1934. On county
board of Rock County for 2 years and 12 years on county board of
Barron County. Serving 10th term in assembly. Home Address: Chetek.

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