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65th General Assembly – Private Corporations, Railroads and Industrial Resources and Development (chairman); Appropriations; Public Health and Welfare; Fees, Salaries, and Local Government; Corrections, Penal Institutions, and Training Schools; Agriculture; and Labor and Industrial Relations.

66th General Assembly – Public Health and Welfare (chairman); Bills Perfected and Ordered Printed (chairman); Congressional Redistricting; Appropriations; Fees, Salaries, and Local Government; Private Corporations, Railroads, and Industrial Resources and Developments; Agriculture; and Labor.

John Hoshor served the people of the 15th District (Andrew, Atchison, Clay, Clinton, DeKalb, Holt, Nodaway and Platte counties). Born in Rosendale, he attended public schools in Rosendale and Savannah; and the Bowen Institute of Pharmacy, receiving his pharmaceutical certificate. Senator Hoshor was a farmer and pharmacist. He served in the 248th General Hospital, New Guinea, during World War II. He also worked in real estate and the insurance broker business. Senator Hoshor was elected to serve as mayor of Savannah in 1947 and 1948, but resigned to assume his duties as state senator. He was elected to the Senate in 1948. (Democrat)

Official Manual of the State of Missouri: 1951-1952