Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association / Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association forty-fourth annual convention November 13, 14, 1935 assembled in the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
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FORTY-FOURTH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE WISCONSIN CHEESE MAKERSASSOCIATION Held at Food du Lac, Wisconsin November 13 a"d 14, 1935 THx PRUIDENT: Ladies and gentlemen, we will call this meeting to order. The Rev. B. J. Steeker will lead us in invocation. INVOCATION By the Rzv. STrcCw Eternal God, we stand in the presence of the divine truth this morn- ing, that Thou art the giver of every good and every perfect gift; that we live in a world which is of wide design and that all therein is Thy gift to the children of men. The cattle of a thousand hills be- long to Thee and the gold and the silver is all Thine. Thou hast made Thine children students of all these things. Thou dost open Thine hand and satisfy the desire of every living thing. Not only do we recognize that Thou art the designer and creator of all things goodly but that Thou hast made man in Thine own image and in Thine own likeness. That Thou hast endowed man with an eternal soul and when he leaves this world he Is going on living in a world to come. We thank Thee that Thou dost not only so graciously provide for all the wants of man but for the soul Thou hast endowed him with as welL That Thou hast given him a divine truth upon which his soul may keep and so in recognition of Thy divine divinity we as Thy servants bow down In obedience and ad- miration this day and pray Thy blessing upon this group of men and direct them and move them in a proper sense of the stewardship we have in this life. These things we all ask in the name of Christ, our living Lord and Redeemer. Amen. TH3 PRESIDENr: The next on our program will be the address of welcome by Mayor Albert J. Rosenthal, Fond du Lac. I take pleasure in introducing Mr. Rosenthal. ADDRESS OF WELCOME MAYO: AI.RaT J. ROsENTHAL Mr. President, ladies and gentlemen: It always gives me great pleasure when people start their urdertakings or their doings of any kind in the manner in which you have started them this morning, by the invocation of the Rev. Stecker.
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