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I. J. Ringolsky

I. J. Ringolsky, Kansas City Attorney

I. J. Ringolsky, lawyer, was born September 24, 1864, in Leavenworth, Kas., son of Joseph and Rachael Ringolsky.  He was graduated from the Leavenworth High School in 1882 and from the Ann Arbor Law School in 1884.  Two years later he was graduated from the department of political science in the University of Michigan.

     In 1884 Mr. Ringolsky came to Kansas City, where he has since achieved prominence at the bar.

     He is a Mason, an Elk, a K. of P., and a member of the Phi Delta Phi College Fraternity.

     He is a Democrat in politics, but has never sought political preferment.

     Mr. Ringolsky was married December 18, 1889, to Miss Josie Loewen, daughter of David Loewen, of St. Louis.  Mr. Ringolsky died October 24, 1896, after having been an invalid for five years.  She left one son, Sidney I., now eight years old.
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