Historical Articles


November, 1924

I wish at his time to extend to the membership from Supreme Society greetings, and ask that, with business beginning to resume in different parts of the good old U. S. A., we all join and give thanks on November 27 (Thanksgiving), and also wish you all a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year, as this is the last issue that will reach you prior to 1925.

And as a fitting fiinis to a year of brooding and melancholy over unemployment in our industry, would suggest that the membership kill depression by going forth and deliberately doing some foreman plater a good turn and lift his gloom by having him sign an application for the A. E. S. at this time, where he will meet with men who make a practice of benevolent thought and think kindly of others, never criticizing, condemning or judging, but contrary, do all condone, excuse, justify and seek to comprehend their fellow-plater members needs and necessities that they may progress in this industry and the society be better thereby. A band of God-fearing, red-blooded, unselfish citizens with whom it is not only a privilege but a pleasure to associate and as a closing thought if each member would .just bring in one application to his branch this year we could go to Montreal Convention 2,000 strong, and this additional strength and purchasing power would insure a two-fold progress for the American Electroplaters Society, the most useful organization of tradesmen in the world.

Sincerely yours,
Supreme President.



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