Bio: Peterson, John M. (No Cheese - 30 June 1955)

Contact: Stan

Surnames: Peterson

----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 06/30/1955

No Cheese - Peterson Told ‘Em Off Right

John M. Peterson, Neillsville lawyer, a former resident of Colby, found no cheese Saturday, June 18, at the luncheon of his class at Madison. When it came his turn to tell about himself, as all members of the class were, in turn, invited to do, Mr. Peterson said that he came from Clark county, the greatest dairy county in the greatest dairy state in the union, and it amazed him that at the class luncheon, served in the capital city, absolutely no cheese was in evidence.

He drew attention to the fact that June is dairy month; that the entire state is celebrating it; that others all over the state are emphasizing the state’s dairy products; but here, at the luncheon of the class of 1930, not a smidgeon of cheese was on the table.

Mr. Peterson was given a sour look by the toastmaster. At the alumni banquet Saturday evening *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.



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