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4) Be it resolved that the Wiscon- 
    sin State Beekeepers' Association 
    express to the Management of the 
    New Pfister Hotel, its apprecia- 
    tion of the help given in con- 
    nection with   the  53rd  annual 
    convention of   the  Association, 
    December 3 & 4; and, 
    Be it further resolved that the 
    Association extend kind wishes 
    to Mr. Harry Halfacre, Manager, 
    and Mr. Ray Smith, Assistant 
    Manager, who helped materially 
    in making the convention a suc- 
    cess. 
5) Be it resolved that the Wisconsin 
    State Beekeepers' Association ex- 
    tend a vote of thanks to Miss 
    Malitta Fischer for her help with 
    the work    of our Educational 
    Committee during the past year. 
6) Be it resolved that the Wisconsin 
    State Beekeepers' Association ex- 
    tend a vote of thanks to Miss 
    Clara G. Jones and her associates 
    for their efforts in behalf of the 
    Educational work of the Asso- 
    ciation during the past year. 
7) Be it resolved that the Wisconsin 
    State Beekeepers' Association ex- 
    press to Mr. M. G. Dadant the 
    appreciation of its member's for 
    the excellent paper presented at 
    the convention; and, 
    Be it further resolved that the 
    Association extend to Mr. Dadant 
    an invitation to be present at 
    Wisconsin meetings whenever it 
    is possible for him to do so. 
8) Be it resolved that the Wisconsin 
    State Beekeepers' Association ex- 
    press to Professor V. G. Milum 
    the appreciation of its members 
    for the excellent paper presented 
    at the convention; and, 
    Be it further resolved that the 
    Association extend to Professor 
    Milum   an invitation  to attend 
    Wisconsin   meetings   whenever 
    possible for him to do so. 
9) Be it resolved that the Wisconsin 
 
 
      State Beekeepers' Association ex- 
      press to Miss ├ŻAnnette Snapper, 
      Director of the Educational De- 
      partment,   Pabst  Corporation, 
      Milwaukee, the appreciation of 
      its members for her splendid ef- 
      forts in behalf of honey in com- 
      bination with   Pabst Corpora- 
      tion products, and for her fine 
      cooperation with the work     of 
      the American Honey Institute: 
      and, 
      Be it further resolved that we 
      extend to Miss Snapper a vote 
      of thanks for the excellent paper 
      presented at our meeting, and in- 
      vite her to be present at future 
      Wisconsin meetings whenever it 
      is possible for her to attend. 
10) Be it resolved that we, the mem- 
     bers of the -Wisconsin State Bee- 
     keepers' Association here assem- 
     bled, extend  a rising   vote  of 
     thanks to Mr. F. E. Matzke, in 
     appreciation of the work that he 
     has done as Association Treas- 
     urer for the past two years, and 
     that we express our regret that he 
     feels unable to continue in office. 
11) Be it resolved that the Wisconsin 
     State Beekeeper's Association ex- 
     tend a vote of thanks to Mr. E. 
     L. Ferguson, Miss Sieben     and 
     Mrs. Crofoot, of the Milwaukee 
     Association  of Commerce, for 
     their kind help to the Association 
     in registering the members at the 
     convention. 
12) Be it resolved that the Wisconsin 
     State Beekeepers' Association ex- 
     tend a vote of thanks to Mr. 
     John Kneser and Mr. V. G. How- 
     ard, of Milwaukee, for the at- 
     tractive honey exhibit which they 
     prepared and maintained during 
     the entire period of the conven- 
     tion on the 7th floor of the Hotel 
     Pfister. 
13) In behalf of the members of the 
     Wisconsin State Beekeepers' As- 
     sociation present at the banquet, 
 
 
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