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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)

Presentation of honorary diplomas,   pp. 69-70 PDF (445.6 KB)


Election of officers,   pp. 70-71 PDF (433.1 KB)


Page 70


70   WISCONSIN CHEESE MAKERS' ASSOCIATION
Mr. Robert Herrmann or Mr. Emmanuel Hess of Belleville is here,
please stand up. They are not present.
So now we have six of these highest honor cheese makers. May
their tribe increase.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
THE CHAmON: The Nominations Comnmittee has tried hard not
to show any partiality and we have tried to select men of intelligence
that we believe will serve the association to the best interests of all
concerned. The nomination for president is Earl B. Whiting of
Gillette.
Tan PRsDmNT: Are there any other nominations?
M. MALczuwaxi: Mr. President, I want to say that Mr. Whiting
has been a factor in our organization for many, many years. He has
been one of the most faithful workers we have had and I would like
to at this time second the nomination.
MR. MSaLwY: Mr. Chairman, in view of the fact we have only one
candidate for president, I move the rules be suspended and the sec-
retary instructed to cast the unanimous ballot for Mr. Whiting as
president.
Motion seconded and carried.
MI. WHITING: Gentlemen, I have worked with this association for
quite a few years as a director and will try and do the best I can for
its success, but we need your cooperation, and any time that we can
do anything why we would like to hear from any of you. Thank you.
CHA.MKAN: For vice president we have selected Mr. L. E. Kop-
itzke of Marion, Wisconsin.
THE PRESIDENT: Are there any other nominations?
Ma. MALLOY: If there are no other nominations, Mr. Chairman, I
move the rules be suspended and Mr. Kopitzke be declared elected as
vice president.
Motion seconded and carried.
CHAIRMAN: For secretary we have Prof. Sammis and C. J. Ebert
of Gleason, Wisconsin.
THE PRmSICNT: Are there any other nominations? If not, I will
declare the nominations closed.
Result of the ballot cast for secretary: 112 votes for Mr. Sammis,
and 34 votes for Mr. Ebert. Mr. Sammis is declared elected for the
ensuing year as Secretary.
THE SACLrnARY: Well now boys, this means a continuation of
what we have been doing. This year let's try and do it a little bet-
ter, and a little more of it, and let's all stick to the job and we will
all work together.
CHAIRMAN: The next nomination is for treasurer. We have nom-
inated Walter Schmidt of Sheboygan Falls.
THE Pnsmmrn: Are there any other nominations?
A VoicE: Move the nominations, be closed and Mr. Schmidt be
elected by acclamation.


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