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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
(1934)

Appointment of committees,   pp. 26-27 PDF (466.8 KB)


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26     WISCONSIN CHEESE MAKERS' ASSOCIATION
extended to other counties, where requested by makers? Shall the
sending of news letters and so forth to members be continued? and
the final question, How are you going to pay for it?
1933 HONORARY MEMBERS
Turn PRESIDENT: The next number on the program is the reading
of the list of honorary members and talks by honorary members. I
just happened to glance back in the book, and I notice there are
about 63 or 64 honorary members for 1933. I believe that is the most
honorary members that we have ever had as long as the association
has been in existence. Professor Sammis has worked with these
men and if he cares to read all those names I would like to have him
do so, and I would like to have him say a few words about the men
and the work they have done for the association.
THuw SncwrARY: Mr. President, I want to give these 64 men
credit. These are the men who have done work of a certain kind for
the association, definite work that we have record of. The number is
large, as a result of the organization of twenty-seven branches
throughout the state. In every branch we have two or three or four
or more of these men who have done good hard work in their branch,
who contributed to the success of this convention and in their own
branch and they are the men whose names you read. Some have done
more and some less, but they have all done what they could. There
is room for plenty more, and as the branches grow and the associa-
tion grows, possibly the list of honorary members who do this work
may run down over another whole page. They deserve our thanks
and appreciation and I wish we could spell their names out in larger
type and put them up on the wall, and we would, if there weren't so
many of them. But we appreciate them none the less because there
are plenty of them. In the name of the convention I feel justified
in thanking each one of the 64 for what they have done.
Appeoitment of Committees
THE PRWsmeNT: The first man mentioned on each committee wil
be the chairman. The resolution committee will be: E. F. Horn,
Beaver Dam; Stephen Suidzinski, Denmark; Earl Whiting, Gillett;
Charles Laack, and L. E. Kopitzke, Marion.
On the nominating committee I have appointed Harold Winters as
chairman, August Kautz, Clintonville, C. J. Westphal, Eland, John
Babler, Campbellsport and Arthur Schmidt, Plymouth.
The men I have appointed on these committees no doubt know their
duties and I don't think it will be necessary to discuss them very
much, but if the several chairmen of the committees have anything
to say I would like to have them speak up.
MR. HoaN: Mr. President, I wish you would announce where the
committees are to meet, immediately after this meeting, or at least
before the supper hour.
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