|Muscatine County, Iowa|
Submitted by Tammy
Source: “Daily News Tribune”, Muscatine Iowa, Friday, November 4, 1904
A WILTON MAN FOR SUPERVISON
Henry Wildasin The Man For the Place
Township Has not had Member of the Board for 33 years and Deserves Recognition
Qualifications of Mr. Wildasin for Position.
Never in the story of the county has a stronger nomination been made than that of Henry Wildasin for member of the board of supervisors. Personally affable and popular, he is a man of honorable principles and conduct, and no business man stands in higher esteem of his fellow citizens. He has long been identified with the history of Wilton, and is one of its foremost citizens. For years he has been vice president of the Union Savings bank at Wilton, is a leading member of the White Pigeon Insurance association, and is known as an active and large dealer in real estate.
Wilton township has not had a member of the board of supervisors in 33 years, and her importance as one of the larger communities of the county demands that she be given the recognition to which she is entitled. Mr. Wildasin’s demonstrated capacity and successful business career peculiarity fit him for the office of supervisor. He is the type of man who will bring valuable experience and business methods to bear in the administration of county affairs.
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