E. T. Neutzler Sec Directors Meeting Jan 26, 1950



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Motion made by M. C. Kieke duly seconded by Lawrence Schmidt that our new corporation apply for a permit thru U. S. Commodity Stabilization Service for handling Government Loan Cotton by our new Warehouse. Carried.

Motion made and Seconded and agreed by the Stockholders to give the board of Directors authority to transact all nessary [sic] business. Carried.

No further business Meeting adjourned.

E. T. N. Sec’ty

Directors Meeting June 27, 1957.


Directors Meeting was called to order by the president with all directors present.

Motion made and seconded to give the Manager authority to make application for approval of Warehouse for storage.—“cotton to comply with government bonded Warehousing and manager or deputy handle same and all nessary [sic] transactions. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to buy one Hoist for the Warehouse. Carried.

Motion made and seconded that Farmers haul their own Bale of Cotton from Gin to Warehouse. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to charge on dollar and Seventy-give cts ($1.75) per Bale of Cotton for weighing, with 10 day free storage, there after a charge of 50 cts per month for storage. Carried.

No further business the meeting adjourned.

E. T. Neutzler Sec’ty

July 12, 1957 Directors Meeting


Directors Meeting called to order by the president with all directors present.

Motion made and seconded to reconsider Handling Government Loan Cotton due to rulings made by Insurance Co. as wooden floor and Green cotton to be kept off cotton platform for 48 hrs before storage. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to install Plastic Glass sheets on roof of warehouse for proper light. Carried.

Motion made and second to charge for ginning as follows: Hand Pick Cotton $1.50 per cwt, Bollies $2.20 per cwt, Bagging & ties $4.25 per bale and allow each customer 25 cts for unloading own bale. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to leave Warehouse charges opened on ticket for further consideration. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to give manager authority to buy a new or second hand hoist at warehouse gin. Carried.

No further business the meeting adjourned.
E. T. Neutzler Sec’ty

RESOLUTION

BE IT RESOLVED That the Burton Farmers’ Gin Association of Burton, Texas, voluntarily adopt the Texas Business Corporation Act and designate H. C. Wehring Manager [signature] as its initial registered office and, Burton Texas [hand written] as its registered agent at said address. The officers’ and directors’ of the corporation are authorized to take proper steps to make this resolution effective.


Carried.
Directors Meeting Jan 22, 1958.
Directors Meeting was called to order by the president with all directors present.

Previous minutes were read and approved.

After the financial report was read and discussed a Motion was made and seconded not to pay a dividend for the year 1957 due to the great investment that was made at the Warehouse the past year. Carried.

Motion was made and seconded to pay E. T. Neutzler, $15,00 for his book work. Carried.

As no further business a motion was made and seconded to adjourn.

E. T. Neutzler Sec’ty


Jan 23, 1958 Stockholders


The forty-fifth annual Stockholders Meeting was called to the [sic] order by the president with 74 Stockholders representing with proxy or a total of `48 shares present voting. Divided as follows: Robert Fuchs 49 Proxys [sic] with 100 shares: H. C. Wehring: 8 Proxys [sic[ – 21 shares E. T. Neutzler: 12 Proxys [sic] 19 shares Ed Eberhardt 1 Proxy 1 share: B. C. Gatewood: 1 proxy—1 share Fred DAllmeyer 1 Proxy – 6 shares—total of 74 Stockholders or 148 shares.

Previous Stockholders minutes were approved as read.

Motion made by Otto Wegner and seconded by Gus Draeger to adopt the following resolution as follows: “Be It Resolved that the Burton Farmers’ Gin Association of Burton, Texas, voluntarily adopt the Texas Business Corporation Act and designate the Burton Farmers Gin Association, Main Street, Burton Texas as its initial registered office and H. C. Wehring Manager as its registered agent at said address, the officers and directors of the corporation are authorized to take proper steps to make this resolution effective. Carried.

Directors minutes were read and accepted.

Managers Report was read and approved.

Finance Committee reported that they found books correct.

Motion made and seconded to donate $5.00 to the Community Center fore the use of their building. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to postphone [sic] of discussing the C C C Loan Cotton problems until the next Stockholders meeting. Carried.

It was decided to meet at Community Center next year for the annual meeting.

A rising vote of thanks was given to the manager and employees.

It was decided to have competive [sic] bidding On Lumber if platform is take up. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to elect all Directors and finance committee men by acclamation. Carried.

Not further business the meeting adjourned.
E. T. Neutzler Sec’ty
Directors Meeting Jan 23, 1958
The Directors Meeting called to order by the president with all directors present.

It was agreed to check H. C. Wehring’s truck and same was left up to the next Stockholders meeting for further discussion before gin company buy truck.

Motion made and seconded to Hire Manager same terms as last year but with the aid of a bookkeeper. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to raise the price of grinding on all fine screens and including all roughness by 5 cts a hundred Wt. Also including Bud Rosenbaum Water Rent 2.50 a Month, and Hugh Derrick of 5.00 a month. Carried.

No further business the meeting adjourned.
E. T. Neutzler Sec’ty

1957 Income Gin, Mill & Whse


Miscellaneous Income 10.71

Rent Collected Gin & Mill 248.89

Collected on accts 632.74

1 B/c 1956 132.93

2 Gin Shares Sold 150.00

1048 B/c Gin Toll 13142.49

1 Bond Cashed 500.00

Profit on Seed Cotton 304.96

“ “ Cotton Seed 2019.09

Income on Scale 61.15

Profit on Hulls 47.82

“ “ Cottonseed Meal 16.35

Refund on Feed & Seed Returned 135.51

Mixing, Shelling & Grinding 9347.00

Income on feed 13225.93

815 B/c Weight & Whse Storage 1224.85

Lint cotton Sold at Whse 172.22

Tax Refund on Whse 22.45

Gross Income on Business $41395.09

Borrowed 9000.00

$50044.13
Bank a/c

Total Income at Gin $16483.39 -- Expenses $14,795.45

“ “ “ Mill 23 495.18 -- “ 21 605.76

“ “ “ Whse 10,419.52 -- “ 17 642.92

50,395.09 Total “ $54 044.13

Dec 31-1956 Money In Bk 4697.76

Total Cash 55,092.85

Expenses 54 044.13

Bank a/c $ 1048.72
1957

Dec 31 Bank Balance $1884.41

Money on Hand Not Dep. 547.98

Total $2432.39

Chks Outstanding 1383 67

Balance $ 1048.72


Expenses 1957 Gin, Mill & Whse

Repairs $1611.45

Electricity & Telephone 820.82

Improvement 2 Hoists 420.00

Freight 3.28

Butane 318.58

Gas Oil & Lube Oil 1647.46

1050 Pat Bagging & Ties 2446.50

Cost of Feed 12147.72

Insurance 1512.55 $20,928.36

Taxes Income County, State, Store Franchise

Texas Feed Control Tax Truck License $1845.82

Social Security Tax 304.72

Employment “ 13.46

Tex “ “ 40.36 2204.36

Gin, Mill & Whse Labor 13453.98

2 Gin Shares Bought 150.00

1 Bond Bought $1000 720.00

Paid Dividend 1956 of 804.00

Officers fees 160.00

Accts Unpaid 855.36

Int on Notes 103.32

Xmas Bonus 65.00

Office Supplies, Tags, Books Stationary 108.23 2965.91

Whse Cost of Whse $3500.00

Jimmie Hahn 2460.75

Sealy Texas Foundation Co. 170.00

Ed Draehn Contract 1432.00

E. L Baker Concrete Finishers 85.00

Farmers Merchants Lbr Co 1970.09

Eagle Lake Pipe Co Pipe 398.38

Alfred Boeker Tractor Work 10.35

Walter Harmel “ “ 26.00

Mrs Avis Lbr 21.22

Angel Iron & Bolts Pipe Fittings 36.21

R. J. Schwartz Wireing [sic] 25.57

Surveying Property 20.00

H. C. Wehring Hauling use of

Tractor, Loader, Scraper, 2 trips

To Brenham 127.50

Hauling & Use of Electric Motor 5.00 10,338.07

Inventory Hulls on Hand 153.45

Gas Oil, Lube Oil at Gin 199.00

“ “ “ “ “ Mill 286.30

Feed on Hand Mill 1146.71

$1785.46


Paid Note at Burton State

Bank $4000.00

54,044.13

Due Notes of $5000.00

Jan 27, 1958 Directors Meeting

as attached:


After foregoing resolution was past a discussion of scales was held for the mill & wharehouse and postphone until next stockholders meeting.

Representative of the Pioneer Mills was with directors, discussed feed problem and same was left up for further discussion at the Stockholders Meeting. As there was no further business the Meeting adjourned.


E. T. Neutzler

Sec’ty

Feb 7, 1958 Stockholders Meeting
The Stockholders Meeting called to order by president with 74 proxys or 148 shares representing present.


  1. The foregoing resolution made by W. H. Kieke and seconded to adopt same by

Gus Draeger reads as follows as attached:

Gus Draeger moved to adopt following resolution and second by W. H. Kieke which rads as follows are attached:

Motion made and seconded to take wooden floor out and restore a concreate floor in Whse. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to make application for handling CCC loan cotton. Carried.

Not further business the meeting adjourned.

E. T. Neutzler

MINUTES OF DIRECTORS’ MEETING OF THE BURTON FARMERS’ GIN ASSOCIATION

HELD JANUARY 27, 1958


On the 27th day of January, A. D., 1958, in response to a call duly and legally issued by the President of the Burton Farmers’ Gin Association of which call each Director was given due notice, a special meeting of the Board of Directors of the Burton Farmers’ Gin Association Inc was held at the company offices in Burton, Texas. The following directors were present:

RA. Fuchs Pres

B.C Gatewood V. Pres

E.T. Neutzler Sec

Gus Draeger Treas.

Otto Wegner

Ed Eberhardt

A quorum being present, R. A. Fuchs, the President, called said meeting to order. The following resolution was read by the Secretary.


“BE IT RESOLVED that the original Articles of Incorporation of the Burton Farmers’ Gin Association, a Texas corporation, be amended so as to hereafter be and read as follows: ‘2. The purposes for which this corporation is formed shall be to gin, store, and sell cotton or by-products of cotton; to grind corn and other grains or feed-stuffs; to mix feeds for hire or for sale; to sell or otherwise deal in farm produce; to sell or otherwise deal in goods and merchandise; and to engage in such other activities or business’ in connection therewith as is not prohibited by law. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the officers and directors of this corporation be and are herby authorized and instructed to take such steps as are necessary to effectuate the purposes of this resolution.”

Upon the above resolution having been read and discussed, it was moved that said resolution be adopted by the Board of Directors, said motion being made by Otto Wegner [hand written] and seconded by Gus Draeger [hand written] Upon the matter being put to a vote, the resolution was unanimously adopted.


Ed Eberhardt [hand written] moved that the foregoing resolution just adoped by the Board of Directors be submitted to the shareholders of the corporation for their approval at a meeting to be called and held on the 7th day of February, A. D. 1958 at the Burton Community Hall in Burton, Texas at 9:30 o’clock A.M. The motion was seconded by B. C. Gatewood [ hand written]. After discussion and the matter being put to a vote, the motion was adopted by unanimous vote.
There being no further business to come before said meeting, said meeting was adjourned.
E. T. Neutzler

Secretary


MINUTES OF DIRECTORS’ MEETING OF THE BURTON FARMERS GIN

ASSOCIATION HELD JANUARY 23, 1958
On the 23rd day of January, A. D., 1958, in response to a call duly and legally issued by the President of the Burton Farmers Gin Association, of which call each Directors was given due notice, a special meeting of the Board of Directors of the Burton Farmers Gin Association was held at the company offices in Burton, Texas. The following directors were present:

RA. Fuchs Pres.

B.C. Gatewood V. Pres

E.T. Neutzler Sec’ty

Gus Draeger Treas.

Otto Wegner

Ed Eberhardt

W. H. Kieke

A quorum being present, R.A. Fuchs, the President, called said meeting to order. The following resolution were read by the Secretary.
BE IT RESOLVED that Article Two of the original Article of Incorporation of the Burton Farmers Gin Association, a Texas corporation, be amended so as to hereafter be and read as follows:

“2. The purpose for which this corporation is formed shall be to gin, store, and sell cotton or by-products of cotton; to grind corn and other grains or feed-stuffs; to mix feeds for hire or for sale; to sell or otherwise deal in farm produce; to sell or otherwise deal in goods and merchandise; and to engage in such other activities or businesses in connection therewith as is not prohibited by law. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the officers and directors of this corporation be and are hereby authorized and instructed to take such steps as are necessary to effectuate the purposes of this resolution.

Upon the above resolution having been read and discussed, it was moved that said resolution be adopted by the Board of Direct [sic] said motion being made by Otto Wegner [hand written] and seconded by Gus Draeger [hand written]. Upon the matter being put to a vote, the resolution was unanimously adopted.
Ed Eberhardt [hand written] moved that the foregoing resolution just adopted by the Board of Directors be submitted to the shareholders of the corporation for their approval at a meeting to be called and held on the 7th day of February, lA.D., 1958, at the Burton Community HAll [sic] in Burton, Texas, at 9:30 o’clock a.m. The motion was seconded by B C Gatewood [hand written]. After discussion and the matter being put to a vot, the motion was adopted by unanimous vote.
The Secretary also read the following resolution:
BE IT RESOLVED that Article One of the original Articles of Incorporation of the Burton Farmers Gin Association, a Texas corporation, be amended so as to hereafter read as follows: “1. The name of the corporation is Burton FARMERS GIN ASSOCIATION, INC., of Burton, Washington Count, Texas.”
Upon the above resolution having been read and discussed, it was moved that said resolution be adopted by the Board of Directors, said motion being made by W H Kieke [hand written] and seconded by E. T. Neutzler [hand written]. Upon the matter being put to a vote, the resolution was unanimously adopted.
Gus Draeger [hand written] moved that the foregoing resolution just adopted by the Board of Directors be submitted to the shareholders of the corporation for their approval at a meeting to be called and held on the 7th day of February, lA.D., 1958, at the Burton Community Hall in Burton, Texas at 9:30 o’clock a.m. The motion was seconded by Ed Eberhardt [hand written].
After discussion and the matter being put to a vot, the motion was adopted by unanimous vote.
There being no further business to come before said meeting, said meeting was adjourned.
E. T. Neutzler [signature]

Secretary

(1)

RESOLUTION


BE IT RESOLVED that Article One of the original Articles of Incorporation of the Burton Farmers Gin Association, A Texas corporation, be amended so as to hereafter read as follows:

“1. The name of this corporation is BURTON FARMERS GIN ASSOCIATION, INC., of Burton, Washington County, Texas.”

Carried [hand written]

BE IT RESOLVED that the original Articles of Incorporation of the Burton Farmers’ Gin Association, a Texas corporation, be amended so as to hereafter be and read as follows: “2. The purposes for which this corporation is formed shall be to gin, store, and sell cotton or by-products of cotton; to grind corn and other grains or feed-stuffs; to mix feeds for hire or for sale; to sell or otherwise deal in farm produce; to sell or otherwise deal in goods and merchandise; and to engage in such other activities or businesses in connection therewith as it not prohibited by law.”

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the officers and directors of this corporation be and are hereby authorized and instructed to take such steps as are necessary to effectuate the purposes of this resolution.

Carried [hand written]


March 8, 1958 Directors Meeting


Directors Meeting was called to order by Vice President B. C. Gatewood.

Motion made and seconded to leave old Building as it is now and put concrete floor in same. Carried.

Scale propersition [sic] was discussed and same was drop [sic]until late date.

As no further business the meeting adjourned.

E. T. Neutzler Sec’ty

May 24, 1958


Directors Meeting was called to order by the president with all directors and manager present.

Scale at platform was discussed and left for consideration at late date.

It was decided to put rubber Wheels on one or two carts at platform. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to put culvert or concrete jars between cotton plateform and railroad. Carried.

It was decided to sell old lumber 8 or 10 cts per foot and have scale tested at platform and same was left up to manager. Carried.

Electric light at Gin was discussed and same was dropped.

No further business the meeting adjourned.
E. T. Neutzler Sec’ty

$2904.10 cost of Whse

June 7, 1958 Directors Meeting
Directors Meeting called to order by the president with all directors and managers present.

The following Resolutin adopted as follows:

Whereas – The Burton Farmers Gin Ass’n Inc of Burton, Texas has made application with the U. S. Commodity Credit Corp. of New Orleans La. To receive and store CCC loan cotton in compliance with U.S. Commodity Marketing Act.

Therefore—be it resolved that our manag [sic] H. C. Wehring of Burton, Texas be authorized to act as legal agent to receive and weigh cotton and sign all receipts required under U.S. Commodity Corp. Marketing act and or local requirements. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to charge the following: Receiving, Weighing, Sampling, Tagging, including 10 Days Storage $1.50 cts Storage per B/C per month 50 cts 1.75 changed

Insurance per B/C per month 40 cts

Resampling per B/C .25 cts

Reweighing “ B/C .25 cts

Drayage “ B/C, Warehouse to R.R. Depot 25 cts

Picking damage cotton per B/C 50 cts to $20.00

above resolution Carried.

Motion made and second to build a roof over the gin platform at Gin House. Carried.

No further business the meeting adjourned.

E. T. Neutzler Sec’ty


July 12, 1958

Directors Meeting
Directors Meeting called to order by the president with all directors & Manager present.

Motion made and seconded to charge weighing per B/C from $1/50 per bale to $1.75. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to leave it up to the manager all gin charges for the present season. Carried.

After discussing CCC loan cotton it was decided to sell lumber with [?] adjourning the meeting.

E. T. Neutzler Sec’ty

Aug 4th 1958 Directors Meeting


Directors Meeting called to order by the president with all directors and manager present.

Previous minutes were read and approved.

Motion made and seconded to hire Frankie J. Jaster as weigher at Warehouse. Carried.

I.B.M. Receipts were discussed and it was agreed to give customer free storage provide he puts his cotton CCC loan. No further business the meeting adjourned.


E. T. Neutzler Sec’ty

Jan 6, 1959 Directors Meeting


Directors Meeting called to order by the president with all directors & Manager H. C. Wehring & Frankie Jaster present.

Previous directors minutes approved as read.

Warehouse & Gin Report was read and discussed

Motion made and seconded to buy ¾ Water Meter and connect same at Mill on Water Line. Carried.

It was discussed to cashed in some Bonds and pay off Notes, same was left up to the stockholders meeting for consideration.

Motion made and seconded to pay a dividend of 5%. Carried.

No further business the Meeting adjourned.
E. T. Neutzler Sec’ty

Jan 6, 1959


Resolution of respect offered

By the Stockholders of the Burton

Farmers Gin Ass’n Inc., of Burton, Texas

Whereas: On Tuesday, April 15th 1958, Mr. L. F. Knipstein, of Brenham, Texas was called away by death and:

Whereas, Mr. Knipstein has faithfully and honestly served as treasurer, director and Vice President for a period of thirty-nine years therefore be it:

Resolved, by the Burton Farmers Gin Association Inc. that we adjourn from this meeting to-day in solemn respect to the memory of Mr. L. F. Knipstein and,

Be it further resolved that a copy of this resolution be spread on the secretary minutes and copy be send to the immediate family.
Respectfully submitted by:

R. A. Fuchs [signature] E. T. Neutzler [signature]

President Secretary

Jan 8, 1959 Stockholders Meeting
The forty-sixth annual Stockholders Meeting was called to order by the president with the Roll Call indicating that Twenty-two (22) stockholders & Frankie Jaster Mgr of Warehouse present.

Previous Stockholders & Directors Minutes were approved as read.

Motion made and seconded to accept Warehouse Report. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to Recheck Gin & Mill Books and report same back to finance committee. Carried.

Motion made and second to have annual meeting at community center and pay $5.00 for use of building. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to buy safe from Mrs Louise Fisher. Carried.

Motion made and seconded to cash in as many Bonds as nessary [sic] to pay off all Notes. Carried.

All officers were re-elected by acclamation except Mr. John Ludwig resigned and Elfron Hinze finance committee was elected.

No further business the Meeting adjourned with paying the dividend check.
E. T. Neutzler Sec’ty

Jan 8, 1959 Directors Meeting


The Directors Meeting was called to order by the president with all directors present.

Motion made and seconded to hire Frankie J. Jaster under terms as follows:

The Board of Directors of Burton Farmers Gin Ass’n Inc parties of the first part and Frankie J. Jaster party of second part.

The parties of the first part have agreed to hire the party of the second part to manage present cotton in Warehouse or 1958 crop for one dollar per hour and handle new 1959 crop at 75 cts per bale of cotton for which 80% pay would be received weekly, and balance of 20% when cotton is move or delivered, additional hired labor to be paid by the part of second part. It was mutually agreed by both parties, of first part and second part to name assistant manager. Carried.

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