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
Horn, E. F.
Response, pp. 18-20 PDF (685.4 KB)
Report of the auditing committee, p. 20 PDF (221.0 KB)
Report of the treasurer, p. 20 PDF (221.0 KB)
Sammis, J. L.
Financial report of the secretary, pp. 20-26 PDF (1.6 MB)
20 WISCONSIN CHEESE MAKERS' ASSOCIATION are both in poor shape, but when the farmers accuse those cheese makers of robbing them, it is about time that they try to run their factory business, if they can run it more economically. But for heaven's sake, boys, don't work for thirty-five cents a hundred pounds because you are going to go broke. Now then just another subject This association has always been helped along by the different organizations, supply men and so on and has gotten an appropriation from the state, but I believe the time has come when you will have to consider ways and means of self-support. There is no reason why approximately 1,900, 2,000 cheese makers can't support an association of their own and finance it and actually accomplish something. So when that subject comes up, give it some consideration. Then I have a little plea to make. You all know Mr. Gempler of Monroe, who has been a director of this organization for a good many years and has been a hard worker. He has spent a lot of time in keeping this organization together. He has been sick for quite a number of months and before this convention is finished I would like to see the members request the secretary in behalf of the association to give Mr. Gempler thanks for all the work that he has done, pos- sibly to cheer him while in the hospital. REPORT OF THE AUDITING COMMITTEE Tunz PRIBDNrT: I certainly want to thank you for the fine talk you have given us. Next we will have the report from the auditing committee of the board of directors. Now I want to state that sev- eral of the members of the committee couldn't be here due to the farm strike. We really can't blame them for not coming yesterday because they have to look after their property at home, but Mr. Peters is here and he will make a report for the board of directors. Mat Purus: We, the auditing committee have examined the treas- urer's and secretary's books and found them to be correct. Signed, John H. Peters, Walter Schmidt, A. T. Bruhn, committee. REPORT OF THE TREASURER M& SAMMIs: There is nothing new to say. The treasurer is hard at work downstairs and he is going to report on every dollar that you hand him. FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE SECRETARY By Paousoai J. L. SAmMIs Toz SUCamARY: Mr. Chairman, Ladies and Gentlemen: The as- sociation has been running along for the last ten or a dozen years in about a uniform way. In a financial way, they have carried over each year from one convention to the next somewhere between a thousand and fifteen hundred dollars. That money is carried along to take care
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