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Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association / Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association forty-second annual convention November 15, 16, 1933 assembled in the Eagles Auditorium Sheboygan, Wisconsin
(1934)

Messmer, Ald.
Address of welcome,   pp. [17]-18 PDF (390.4 KB)


Page [17]


Forty-Second Annual Convention
OF THE
Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association
Held at Sheboygan, Wisconsin
November 15 and 16, 1933
At the Eagles Auditorium
President A. H. Graf, Zachow, called the convention to order at
10:00 A. M., Nov. 15, 1933.
In the absence of Mayor Willard M. Sonnenburg of Sheboygan,
Alderman Messmer gave the address of welcome.
ADDRESS OF WELCOME
By ALD. MEsSMER
Members of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association: On behalf
of our mayor, Dr. Willard M. Sonnenburg, who is unavoidably de-
tained in Washington, I am asked to extend to you a message of greet-
ing from the City of Sheboygan. I do so most heartily.
In extending to you the official greetings of the City of Sheboygan,
we feel doubly honored that you have come here, because we realize
that the Cheese Makers' Association has on only very few occasions
met at any other city than Milwaukee.
This convention is more or less a contribution from a financial
standpoint in a certain sense, the effort of a group of our esteemed
citizens here in Sheboygan, including Charles Broughton, editor of
the Sheboygan Press. We feel very kindly towards Charley here and
we feel kindly towards the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association in
that they have made such a concession to Sheboygan and to Mr.
Broughton and have come here because of these reasons.
Sheboygan is known principally for cheese. From the old slogan
we used to have on the picture postcards, Sheboygan is noted for
cheese, chairs, churches and cheer, as you no doubt will find out after
you visit any of our places of cheer. In fact our cheer and our cheese
go very well together.
Since our good friend Charley Broughton over here has succeeded
in repealing the eighteenth amendment, our cheer has taken on a
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