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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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MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY
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      WARD, M.                NELSON                PETERS
 Buffalo, Pepin, Pierce    Burnett, Polk            Calumet
 MAMRE H. WARD (Rep.) born Jan. 16, 1899 Durand. In 1916 grad-
 uated from Durand High School. Has been a farmer all his life. In
 1935 and 1936 town chairman. Was member of Wisconsin State Soil
 Conservation Committee for 12 years and chairman of that committee
 when elected to the assembly in 1950. For 12 years president Bank of
Durand until it consolidated with Security National Bank of Durand,
of which he is now a vice president and director, a post he has held
for the past 9 years. Vice president Durand Canning Co., packers of
peas and beans. This is his 4th term in the legislature. Chairman Com-
merce and Manufactures Committee 1955; member Committee on High-
ways 1955; chairman, Committee on Public Welfare 1957. In 1951 and
1953 served on Committee on Agriculture. Home Address: Mondovi.
  LOWELL A. NELSON (Rep.) born Feb. 4, 1918 at Grantsburg. Grad-
uated elementary and high schools. Presently a farmer. Public of-
fices: town chairman 1949-57; county board member 1953-1957; former
rural school board director. Director town mutual insurance company,
member agricultural and civil defense committees; representative fed-
eral-state crop reporting service on various surveys; former cooperative
creamery director. Elected to assembly 1956. Home Address: Grants-
burg.
  HENRY MARTIN PETERS (Rep.) born town of Woodville, Calumet
County, Nov. 21, 1889. Attended public schools in Nebraska; became
farmer and rancher. Was fireman and engineer, farmer and dairyman.
Now   retired. Town assessor for 10 years; town clerk for 9 years.
Secretary of local cheese factory 28 years; member of Board Cheese
Storage Company 15 years; secretary and treasurer of livestock shipping
association 11 years. Elected to assembly in 1948; resigned as town
clerk and re-elected to assembly in 1950, 1952, 1954, 1956. Home Ad-
dress: Route 1, Menasha.


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