HAS BEEN SECURED FOR CROOKSTON AND WILL BE HELD ON NOV. 3-4
AN ELABORATE PROGRAM
WILL BE PROVIDED FOR THE TWO DAYS
The next convention of the Red River Valley Dairymen's Association will be held in Crookston, on Nov. 3rd and 4th next. This was the decision of the executive board which met last Saturday evening in the commercial club rooms. President Wm. Robertson and Secretary Storvick of Crookston, and Treasurer Harms of Ada, were present at the meeting, and while several towns extended invitations to the association to hold its next meeting within their respective borders, the committees decided in favor of Crookston.
The commercial club was represented by Secretary Brown and Director J.P. Dotson, who extended Crookston's invitation and outlined the entertainment which the association could expect from the city. Co-operation was promised to make the convention one of the largest that has been held by the association and the result was that the board voted unanimously in favor of holding the convention in Crookston.
The executive board, after selecting the convention city, took up the important question of the program and the result was that a two days' program was outlined which will be of the greatest possible interest. Many prominent speakers will be secured and every session during the two days will be of greatest concern to all who attend the convention. The detalils of the program will be announced in the near future.
Source: Crookston Times, Saturday, August 28, 1909
Submitter: Brenda G.
Updated April 20, 2015, K. Kittleson