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Toepel, M. G.; Kuehn, Hazel L. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book

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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60                   WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK
     BLANCHARD                BELTING                HUTNIK
       Rock, 2nd              Rock, 3rd           Rusk, Sawyer,
  DAVID J. BLANCHARD (Rep.) born Edgerton Jan. 5, 1921. Educated
Edgerton grade school and graduated Edgerton High School 1938;
B.A. in 1942 and LL.B. University of Wisconsin in 1943. Practicing
attorney. Active member of civic, church and conservation organiza-
tions. Elected to assembly in 1954; re-elected 1956. Business Address:
11 N. Main St., Edgerton.
  Rock County, 2nd district: Towns of Avon, Beloit, Center, Fulton,
Janesville, Milton, Magnolia, Newark, Plymouth, Porter, Rock, Spring
Valley, Union; villages of Footville, Milton, Milton Junction, Orford-
ville; cities of Edgerton, Evansville.
  GEORGE B. BELTING (Rep.) born De Soto, Wis. July 14, 1915. LL.B.
Univ. of Wis. Law School. In college, senior class officer and president
Men's Dormitory Assn. Former instructor Univ. of Wis. Practicing
attorney. County board member 3 terms. Adult education instructor
in family relations. Civic activities: member Izaak Walton League,
American Legion, Taxpayers League, Beloit Historical Society, Elks,
Kiwanis, state and local bar associations. Former assistant scoutmaster
and director Assn. of Commerce Better Business Bureau. U.S. navy in
amphibious landing forces Pacific; legal officer after hostilities. Elected
to assembly 1956. Home Address: 925 Bushnell St., Beloit.
  Rock County, 3rd district: Town of Turtle; city of Beloit.
  WILLIS J. HUTNIK (Rep.) born Mar. 23, 1915, town of Elk, Price
County. Attended Deer Creek School, Phillips High School, Price Coun-
ty Normal, Central State Teachers College, University of Wisconsin.
Owner of School and Office Sales in Ladysmith; former teacher and
principal. Formerly personnel manager Camp Grant, Ill.; village trus-
tee, village of Tony; former secretary-treasurer Rusk County Con-
servation Club; chairman, Rusk County Conservation Congress; executive
councilor northwest district Wis. Conservation Congress; member Lady-
smith Chamber of Commerce; past president Price County Education
Assn., leader 4-H  Club work. 3rd term    in assembly. Chairman of
Education Committee in 1955 legislature. Home Address: Tony.

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