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
Location of next convention, pp. 73-74 PDF (303.2 KB)
FORTY-SECOND ANNUAL CONVENTION 73 RESOLUTION NO. 3 W 1AB, We learn with sorrow of the continued illness of our highly esteemed Director, Jacob Gempeler, Jr., and we miss.his genial presence and his wise counsel at our 1933 convention, Therefore, be it Resolved, That we send our hearty greetings and best wishes to Mr. Gempeler and his family, hoping for his speedy recovery to health and activity among us. Motion to adopt this resolution as read is seconded and carried. Ma. HOiN: That gentlemen, are all the resolutions we have to present. At this time I would like to make a request. A man that has been working for this organization for a good many years and has contributed his time and is still working hard for the entire dairy industry, I would like to move that we accept this particular man as an honorary member in this association, meaning C. E. Broughton of Sheboygan. Motion seconded and carried. THE PMDENT: Now, we have one more subject for discussion, and that is the place and time for the next convention. We have an invitation from the city of Milwaukee to have the next convention there. Milwaukee, Wis., November 11, 1933. J. L. Sammis, Secy., % Wis. Cheese Makers Assn., Sheboygan, Wisconsin. Dear Prof. Sammis: When the time comes for consideration of the 1934 convention city, we should like very much to have it be known that the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association is always welcome in Milwaukee, and we stand ready to do everything we can to contribute to the success of the meeting. As we have discussed on numerous occasions, I feel that the mem- bership of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association likes to come to Milwaukee because here they can combine attendance at the conven- tion with the transaction of other business and with a variety of en- tertainment to meet all needs. We do extend a most cordial invitation to the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Ass6ciation to meet in Milwaukee in 1934. I am not sure whether it will be possible for me to be in Sheboygan on the 15th and 16th, but Mr. Grieb and I will try to make it, at least one of those days. If we should find it impossible to come, I hope you will be good enough to see that Milwaukee's invitation is properly presented at the right time. Yours very truly, MILwAuKEE ASSOCIATION OF COMMERCE, By EARL L. FIZGUSON, Manager, Convention Bureau.
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