|Who's Who in Iowa
Winnebago co. biographies
Note: there are no photos in the book, those that have been contributed are from another source, as credited with the photo.
Physician; b. Davenort, Iowa June 4, 1879; son of John Dalmage; education Iowa City Academy; University of Iowa, MD 1909; married Mary G. Baldwin, 1903 at Iowa City; son: George Howard; daughters: Mary Gretchen & Virginia Ann; 1912- practicing medicine at Buffalo Center; member board of education many years in Buffalo Center; operator Dolmage Hospital since 1939; Fellow of the American College of Surgeons; Knights of Columbus; St. Patrick's Catholic Church; office & residence Buffalo Center.
Dr. G.F. Dolmage
Photo added 3/17/2010, contributed by Ken Moen from the 'Buffalo Center Book 1892-1992'
Attorney; b. Scarville, Iowa May 16, 1902; son of Andrew J. Drugsvold & Martha Gullickson; educated in Scarsville, Waldorf College; Cumberland University, LLB 1931; married Alma Rogers July 24, 1938 at Des Moines; 1931-34 practiced law, Memphis, Tenn.; 1934-37 employed in legal department of Federal Resettlement Administration, Champaign, Ill. later Indianapolis, Ind; 1937- practicing law at Lake Mills; Iowa State Bar Association; Chamber of Commerce director; Rice Lake Golf Club; IOOF; AF&AM #488, 1940 master; Scot Rite 32 degree; RAM; R&SM; Shrine; Lutheran Church; Democrat, committeeman for Winnebago Co. Democratic Central Committee of the 8th congressional district; hobbies: golf, fishing, hunting; office & residence Lake Mills.
Photo added 06/08/2010, contributed by Ken Moen, from the Feb. 1972 obituary in a Lake Mills newspaper.
- source: The Iowa Press Association's Who's Who in Iowa, a Biographical Record of Iowa's Leaders in Business, Professional and Public Life; Pub. by Iowa Press Association, Des Moines, Iowa; 1940
- transcribed by Sharyl Ferrall for Winnebago co. IAGenWeb
- transcription note: the biographies in this book contain many abbreviations, the transcriber has taken the liberty of writing out many of these abbreviations to make the biography easier to read & to assist the researcher