Toepel, M. G.; Kuehn, Hazel L. (ed.) / The Wisconsin Blue Book
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MEMBERS OF THE ASSEMBLY 65 ANDERSON, J. CANE CRAWFORD Winnebago, 2nd Winnebago, 3rd Wood, 1st JOSEPH H. ANDERSON (Rep.) born Menasha Nov. 1, 1893. Educated in rural and high schools, Oshkosh Business College. Dairy farmer for past 40 yrs. Treasurer town of Winneconne 30 yrs.; president Win- neconne Community School Board of Education. Active in farm or- ganizations. Serving 2nd term in legislature. Home Address: Route 1, Winneconne. Winnebago County, 2nd district: Towns of Algoma, Black Wolf, Clayton, Nekimi, Nepeuskun, Omro, Oshkosh, Poygan, Rushford, Utica, Vinland, Winchester, Winneconne, Wolf River; village of Winneconne; city of Omro; 6th, 13th, 14th, 16th wards, city of Oshkosh. ARNOLD J. CANE (Rep.) born Dec. 11, 1914 Ontonagon, Michigan. Attended public schools of that locality; Ph.B. Marquette University (Liberal Arts), 1935; LL.B. Marquette University Law School 1937. Practicing attorney at Menasha since 1937. Taught public speaking and coached debate at St. Mary's High School in Menasha 1937-40. Public offices include justice of peace 1941-49; member St. Mary's School Board, Menasha, 1942-49; member Menasha Board of Educa- tion (past president) 1950-54. Active member and past president Ki- wanis; member and past advocate Knights of Columbus; member and past district legislative chairman Parent-Teachers Assn.; charter mem- ber and director North Winnebago chapter Wis. Mental Health Assn.; member Elks, Eagles, Chamber of Commerce, Neenah Club, Children's Service Society of Wis. Active in civic affairs and federal, state and local bar assns.; past president Winnebago County Bar Assn. Serv- ing 4th term in the assembly. Home Address: 200 Lake St., Menasha. Winnebago County, 3rd district: Towns of Menasha, Neenah; cities of Menasha, Neenah. JOHN S. CRAWFORD (Rep.) born Sept. 11, 1923, Homestead, Pa. Educated Pennsylvania public schools; B.A. history, Pennsylvania State University; M.A. history and LL.B. University of Wisconsin 1949-53. Master's thesis, Italian-American Labor Relations, published by A.F.L. Practicing attorney. Newspaper reporter 1948-49. Served in army air force 1942-45; P.O.W., Evadee, Italy. Elected to assembly 1954; re-elected 1956. Chairman of Special Legislative Committee created by Jt. Res. 17, A., 1955, to Investigate the Dairy Price Spread. Home Address: 225 S. Central Ave., Marshfield. Wood County, 1st district: Towns of Arpin, Auburndale, Cameron, Cary, Hansen, Lincoln, Marshfield, Milladore, Richfield, Rock, Rudolph, Sherry, Sigel, Wood; villages of Auburndale, Milladore, Vesper; cities of Marshfield, Pittsville.
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