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. -68 PDF (22.7 MB)
58 WISCONSIN BLUE BOOK KOSTUCK ZELLINGER WARREN Portage Price, Taylor Racine, 1st JOHN T. KOSTUCK (Dem.) born Stevens Point Oct. 7, 1892. Leaving school at end of 3rd grade, he worked on a farm. At age of 14 when assisting in blasting stone, met with accident which made him blind. Entered Wisconsin State School for the Blind and after 10 years grad- uated from high school department in 1918. Then attended University of Wisconsin, specializing in political science and economics. Taught 3 years in high school department of School for the Blind at Staunton, Virginia; then entered piano business at Stevens Point. Salesman and piano tuner. Serving 14th consecutive term in assembly. Home Address: 130 Algoma St., Stevens Point. VINCENT J. ZELLINGER (Rep.) born Czechoslovakia Feb. 10, 1901. Received early education in Nebraska and Price County public schools, has been highway maintenance worker, farmer's co-operative store manager, electric welder. Since 1930 dairy farmer. Has been town chairman, member of county conservation and forestry committees, school district director. Town clerk for 13 years. Was president of Price County Guernsey Breeders Association; legislative director of Elk Worcester Local Farmers Union. Has always been interested in bettering conservation and reforestation. In 1925 took military train- ing at Camp Custer, Michigan. This is his 5th term in the assembly. Home Address: Phillips. EARL WARREN (Dem.) born Feb. 25, 1902 at Hurley. Educated in Hurley public schools; graduated Lincoln High School in Hurley. Coun- ty supervisor 1948-55. For past 22 years employed as assembler by Young Radiator Co. Previously operated own business. Serving 2nd term in the legislature. Home Address: 1209 10th St., Racine. Racine County, 1st district: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 6th, 10th, 11th, wards and the 2nd precinct of the 14th ward, city of Racine.
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