Toepel, M. G.; Kuehn, Hazel L. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book
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62 WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK SCHMIDT, W. HUIBREGTSE LEWISON Sheboygan, 1st Sheboygan, 2nd Vernon WALTER R. SCHMIDT (Rep.) born town Sheboygan Falls Dec. 22, 1898. Graduated grade and high schools. Formerly farmer and cheesemaker; since 1946 real estate broker. Member Sheboygan County Board since 1949; vice chairman of its Highway Committee. His re- election as county board supervisor April 2, 1957 will mark the first time in the city's history that a county board supervisor has served simultaneously as a member of the state assembly and the county board. Recently elected chairman of the 5-member building committee for the proposed 204-bed Sheboygan County home for the aged. Presi- dent Wisconsin County Highway Committee Members Assn. since Jan. 1956. President local Lions Club since June 1956; has held many other positions of trust in the community. Elected to the state as- sembly 1956. Home Address: 2223 N. 9th St., Sheboygan. Sheboygan County, 1st district: City of Sheboygan. HAROLD F. HUIBREGTSE (Rep.) born Aug. 20, 1907, town of Lima, Sheboygan Co. Educated Hingham Grade School, Wis., Memorial Acad- emy at Cedar Grove, Wis. Vice president H. C. Denison Co.; securities dealer. Formerly salesman and automobile dealer 1929-48. Farm own- er since 1944. Member Board of Education Sheboygan Falls since 1952. Member Sheboygan Kiwanis Club; director Sheboygan Falls Mutual Fire Insurance Co. Serving 2nd term in legislature. Member Joint Committee on Finance, Committee on Contingent Expenditures and Joint Survey Committee on Retirement Systems. Home Address: 315 Elm St., Sheboygan Falls. Sheboygan County, 2nd district: All towns, cities and villages of county except city of Sheboygan. BERNARD LEWISON (Rep.) born Feb. 7, 1902 on a farm near Viro- qua. Educated Viroqua public schools and Lawrence College. Operates Viroqua body shop. Farm owner and operator. Mayor Viroqua 1943- 48; alderman city Viroqua 1938-40; chairman Viroqua Board of Appeals and vice chairman Board of Review. Elected to assembly 1954; re- elected 1956. Home Address: South Washington Heights, Viroqua.
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