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Ohm, Howard F.; Bryhan, Leone G. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book, 1940

Members of the legislature,   pp. [23]-70 PDF (13.3 MB)

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38                  WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK
        CARLSON               LYTIE               SWEENEY
        Bayfield             Brown, 1st           Brown, 2nd
  LAURIE E. CARLSON (Prog.) was born on a farm in the town of
Bayfield on January 12, 1908. After his graduation from Bayfield High
School in 1925 he attended Northland College for two years and com-
pleted two years of work at the University of Wisconsin. He is a fruit
and dairy farmer. Mr. Carlson is interested in enlarging educational
opportunities for both young and old and in 1937 introduced the first
folk school bill in any state legislature. He is also interested in voca-
tional aids to the smaller communities for agriculture, home economics,
and general vocational education. This is his second consecutive term
in the legislature. Home Address: Bayfield.
  HAROLD A. LYTIE (Dem.), the son of B. 0. Lytie of Amherst, was
born in Portage County on June 9, 1899. He attended the public schools
of Amherst. At the age of seventeen he was the youngest person in the
state to receive the master barber's license. He has owned and oper-
ated his own barber shop for eighteen years. Mr. Lytie has been secre-
tary and treasurer and president of the Central West Side Business
Men's Association. He is first vice-president of the Associated Master
Barbers of Wisconsin and was chairman of the joint legislative com-
mittee of the Journeymen and Master Barbers for six years. He is
serving his second term  in the assembly. Home Address: 228 North
Ashland Avenue, Green Bay.
  Brown County, first district: The city of Green Bay exclusive of the
twenty-first ward.
  WILLIAM J. SWEENEY (Dem.) was born in the town of Glenmore,
Brown County. He was educated in the common schools and also took
a correspondence business course. For nine years ending in 1931 he was
a road and bridge contractor. Since then he has been an auctioneer and
farmer, and he also operates a stone quarry. He served the township
of Glenmore as highway commissioner from     1920-22, as town clerk
from 1922-27, and as town chairman from 1927-29. He was elected to
the assembly in 1932 and has served continuously since that time.
Home Address: Route 3, Green Bay.
  Brown County, second district: All the towns, cities, and villages of
Brown County except the city of Green Bay; and the twenty-first ward
of the city of Green Bay.

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