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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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      STAUFFER                JAHNKE                CALVERT
         Green         Green Lake, Waushara       Iowa, Lafayette
  CHRIST M. STAUFFER       (Rep.) Birth date May 25, 1896. Born and
raised on farm in Monticello; farmed with brother as partner until
1918. Attended elementary school, 2 years high school. Blacksmith,
horse shoer, welder 1919-56. Now retired. Village president 1935-51; fire
chief 1928-48; president grade and high school boards of education
1930-43; on selective service board 2 years; Green County school com-
mittee 2 years; vice president League of Wisconsin Municipalities 3
years; president businessmen's club. Active in civic, church and fra-
ternal organizations. Past commander local American Legion. World
War I veteran, 7th Battalion Headquarters 1918-19. Elected to as-
sembly 1956. Home Address: Monticello.
  FRANKLIN    JAHNKE (Rep.) born Apr. 20, 1900 in Town of Mar-
quette. Educated Green Lake County public schools. Lifetime farmer,
owns general dairy farm producing Grade "A" milk; raises purebred
hogs. Town assessor 1932; town chairman since 1933; county board
supervisor since 1933 and its chairman since 1944; member State Bank-
ing Review Board 1937-43. President Grand River Rural Fire District
and Wis. Ass'n of Soil Conservation District Supervisors; vice presi-
dent and director Grand River Co-op of Markesan; member Dairy
Herd  Improvement Ass'n. Elected     to assembly  for first time in
1956. Home Address: Route 3, Markesan.
  WALTER B. CALVERT (Rep.) born Dec. 23, 1904 at Benton. Edu-
cated Benton public schools and University of Wisconsin; B.S. White-
water State College. Commercial teacher 1926-37; engaged in farm-
ing since 1937; high school principal 1944-45. Public offices include
town chairman, county supervisor, chairman county board 1951-57.
Member Lions Club 27 years; past president Sturgeon Bay and Benton
Lions Clubs. Elected to assembly 1954; re-elected 1956. Home Address:

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