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Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association / Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association forty-third annual convention November 14, 15, 1934 assembled in the Eagles Auditorium Sheboygan, Wisconsin
(1935)

Four-day schools for experienced cheese makers,   pp. 85-86 PDF (440.9 KB)


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FORTY-THIRD ANNUAL CONVENTION
it on our minutes as how dirty some factories are and some patrons
don't even eat the cheese and all this and that. For that reason I be-
lieve that sweepstakes from the convention should go to a factory
where those patrons eat the most cheese. Then we could get some
free advertisement through the papers which would show the city
people actually who took the sweepstakes and how much cheese that
factory sold to its patrons.
M1 GRF: There is one question in my mind. Who would be the
judge though as to the number of pounds of cheese that was sold in
the cheese factory to the patrons.
M. ScHwANz: You could have a committee, anyone that was
entitled to a sweepstake and anyone could examine the list and you
could plainly see how it was taken out and someone could examine the
record that the cheese was not taken out and sold or re-sold and it
was actually consumed and the record would actually show the way
the cheese was taken out.
PLACE AND TIME FOR NEXT CONVENTION
Ma. GRW: I make a motion that we vote by ballot where we hold
our next convention. (Motion seconded and carried).
Motion made giving the secretary a rising vote of thanks.
Mn KoPrrzxK: I want to make a motion that we specify the cheese
reporter.
MI. MULToY: I would like to have that motion read, we enter into
this agreement with the Cheese Reporter asking them-he has offered
us a proposition and I would like to offer an amendment, that we enter
into this proposed agreement with this Cheese Reporter to handle the
news letters.
Motion seconded and carried.
PMWDWNT WRrING: You will hear the results of the ballot. The
recommendation of where the next convention is to be held by the
members: Madison, 2; Sheboygan, 24; Milwaukee, 1; Fond du Lac,
73; Green Bay, 53.
(The convention adjourned).
A. J. KARsz:R,
Convention Reporter.
FOUR-DAY SCHOOLS FOR EXPERIENCED CHEESE MAKERS
A series of four-day Extension Schools for experienced cheese mak-
ers was given this winter by the University of Wisconsin Dairy De-
partment, at the request of local Branches of this Association, as list-
ed below. Six hundred eighteen cheese makers attended the schools
last year.
These schools (excepting at Marshfield and Monroe) are held on
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons and evenings,
from 1:30 to 8:30 p. m. No fees are charged. Bring a pencil and
note book, or get them at the school.
During the four-day course, every detail of the daily work and fac-
tory business, will be discussed by the class, varying the time spent on
each subject to meet the needs of the makers present. Testing meth-
ods can be practiced at the schooL
Kewaunee-November 27-28-29-30, 1934 at the Court House.
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