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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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       DILLMAN                HARDIE                WACKETT
  Iron, Oneida, Vilas   Jackson, Trempealeau         Jefferson
  MARVIN E. DILLMAN (Rep.) born Revillo, S.D. July 12, 1907. Ed-
ucated elementary and high schools S.D., B.S. University of Illinois,
1931. Proprietor summer resort. With U. S. Indian Service 1931-35;
principal elementary school 1951-53. Chairman Vilas County School
Committee 1947-50. Serving 2nd term in assembly. Home Address: Lac
du Flambeau.
  KEITH HARDIE (Dem.) born town of Franklin in Jackson County
May 16, 1910. Educated in Wilson Creek School, North Bend, Wiscon-
sin. Born on farm, engaged in farming until 1933; then a carpenter
and engaged in trucking. Presently operates bulk oil station in Black
River Falls and a garage and service station at Franklin, where he
resides. Member school board 1942-45. Elected to assembly 1952; re-
elected 1954 and 1956. Elected assistant Democratic floor leader 1957.
Home Address: Route 1, Taylor.
  BYRON F. WACKETT (Rep.) born Mar. 21, 1912 at Randolph. At-
tended Randolph public schools. Former salesman, now a service sta-
tion operator. Mayor of Watertown 1946-49. Chairman Watertown
Chapter Red Cross 1950-52. Former president State Association of
Petroleum  Retailers. Elected to assembly 1952; re-elected 1954 and
again in 1956. Home Address: 601 Washington St., Watertown.

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