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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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       NALEID                REWALD                MERRIAM
       Racine, 2nd           Racine, 3rd            Rock, 1st
  ROY E. NALEID (Dem.) born Racine Nov. 12, 1901. Educated Racine
elementary and high schools; business course, night classes, Marquette
University. Is quality analyst with J. I. Case Co. where he has been
employed since 1935. Vice chairman Racine County Board; county board
member 16 years; member Racine County        highway   committee 10
years. Elected to assembly 1954, re-elected 1956. Member Committee
on Municipalities 1957. Home Address: 2400 W. High St., Racine.
  Racine County, 2nd district: 5th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 12th, 13th, 15th wards,
and 1st precinct of 14th ward, city of Racine.
  ANTHONY    BERNARD     REWALD     (Rep.) born Burlington Mar. 7,
1906. Educated St. Charles Parochial School, Burlington High School,
Milwaukee School of Engineering. Electrical contractor 1926-54. Coun-
ty supervisor 1936-50; chairman Burlington Municipal Building Com-
mittee. Elected to assembly 1954; re-elected 1956. Home Address:
650 Lewis St., Burlington.
  Racine County, 3rd district: Towns of Burlington, Caledonia, Dover,
Mt. Pleasant, Norway, Raymond, Rochester, Waterford, Yorkville;
villages of North Bay, Rochester, Sturtevant, Union Grove, Waterford,
Wind Point; city of Burlington.
  WILLIAM   R. MERRIAM     (Rep.) born Delavan Sept. 28, 1894. Edu-
cated Walworth Co. rural school, Wisconsin Rapids High School; B.S.
Iowa State College. Farm   manager 1919-27; farmer 1927-56. Member
Farm Bureau 1927-56 and a director for 4 years; treasurer Wis. Lay-
men's Conference 1955-56; president Janesville Rotary Club 1951-52;
member Rock Co. Selective Service Board 1949- 56; director Janesville
Chamber of Commerce 1948-52; chairman Wis. Agricultural Stabiliza-
tion and Conservation Committee 1953-56. World War I veteran;
quartermaster and officers training. Elected to assembly 1956. Home
Address: Route 1, Janesville.
  Rock County, 1st district: Towns of Bradford, Clinton, Harmony,
Johnstown, La Prairie, Lima; village of Clinton; city of Janesville.


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