Olson, Conrad P., lawyer — Portland — born in Clay Banks, Wisconsin, September 4, 1882, son of August and Mary Olson. Spent his younger years on farms and in the woods before he finished a complete, four-year study course at the school in Stevens Point and received a lifetime teaching certificate within the state of Wisconsin. From 1904 to 1906 he served as the school principal in Scandinavia and Wild Rose, Wisconsin. Studied at Wisconsin University and received the L.L.B. degree in 1909. During this time he also served as examiner for the state’s civil service commission. On June 24, 1909 he was admitted to the Wisconsin Bar Association, and shortly thereafter received the right to practice law at the United States circuit and district courts. On September 14, 1909, he received the right to practice law at the Oregon Courts and is now a practicing attorney in Portland. Olson is a member of the Multnomah Bar Association, Multnomah Amateur Athletic Club, Foresters of America, Shepherds of America, and the Scandinavian Brotherhood of America. His office is located in the 529-530 Chamber of Commerce Bldg.