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
Report of the resolutions committee, pp. 72-73 PDF (416.7 KB)
72 WISCONSIN CHEESE MAKERS' ASSOCIATION eus umbers of the institution to try and get a response or a reply. Appoint on that committee those that will exercise their best judg- _t for you. We may make mistakes but you have no time for de- bate to answer that question, o give three men a acceptable to Mr. Mooney as possible that will make up their minds and say yes or no or to what they want. Tar PRsNT: I fully agree with what Mr. Davis said. I have had the experience during the last year that sometimes things have to be done on the Spur of the moment, and somebody has to take that responsibility, and to do whatever they see fit and they have this committee working for the interests of the association, but I don't think there is time enough at a certain time to take a vote of all the members. It just can't be done. TRn Pammermr: I think there is a motion before the house. The motion has been made that the president appoint a committee of three to work with Mr. Mooney on the cheese code. AU in favor of that say aye. Notion carried. REPORT OF THE RESOLUTIONS COMMITTEE MR. HORN: I herewith submit the resolutions for your approval or objection. RESOLUTION NO. 1 "Be it Resolved, By the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association: That we extend a vote of thanks to Mr. C. E. Broughton and the City of Sheboygan, to the Eagles Building management, the Sheboygan Chamber of Commerce, to the Bankers and Merchants of Sheboygan and other counties who have contributed prizes to the program speaker, and all other firms, organizations or individuals who have contributed to the success of the 1933 Wisconsin Cheese Makers Con- vention. Motion to adopt this resolution seconded and carried. RESOLUTION NO. 2 WHERAs, God, in His infinite wisdom has removed from our midst our esteemed members, Herbert S. Kalk, Birnamwood, for several years an officer of this association, and also Otto Weyer, Manitowoc, for several years treasurer, who have contributed generously of their time and experience to the benefit of the cheese industry and this as- sociation, Therefore, be it Resolved, That we convey to the families of our de- parted members our sincere sympathy, and that the resolution be spread upon the permanent records of this Association. Motion to adopt this resolution is seconded and carried.
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