University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Link to University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Link to University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
The State of Wisconsin Collection

Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association thirty-ninth annual convention December 3, 4, 5, 1930 assembled in the Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Source:

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association. Schwantes, O. R., Editor
Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association thirty-ninth annual convention December 3, 4, 5, 1930 assembled in the Milwaukee Auditorium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Clintonville, WI: Cantwell Print. Co., 1931
1913/1915-1954

URL to cite for this work: http://digital.library.wisc.edu/1711.dl/WI.WCA1930

Search for word or phrase within this work:   

Contents

[Cover]

[Title page] Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association: thirty-ninth annual convention, December 3, 4, 5, 1930, assembled in the Milwaukee Auditorium: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, p. [1]

Assemblyman Joseph F. Schmittfranz, p. [2]

Frederick Eugene Carswell, p. [3]

Table of contents, p. [4]

Letter of transmittal, Schwantes, O. R. p. [5]

1930 officers, directors and honorary members, p. [6]

Articles of incorporation of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association, pp. [7]-9

Amendments adopted, pp. 9-10

Report of auditing committee, Graf, A. H. p. 11

Secretary's report, Schwantes, O. R. pp. 11-12

Treasurer's report, Schwantes, O. R. pp. 12-13

Report of American Cheese Makers' Association, Sampe, R. W. pp. 13-14

Report of the Northeastern Wisconsin Association, Malczewski, Ed. pp. 14-15

Report of the Tri-county Association, Prange, Louis pp. 15-16

Southeastern Association report, Bilgrien, Herman pp. 16-17

Nominating committee appointed, p. 17

Resolutions committee appointed, p. 17

Singing by audience, Fitch, H. O. p. 17

President's annual address, Kasper, P. H. pp. 18-19

New methods for handling overripe milk, Saunders, William pp. 19-25

Whey value for hog feed, Damrow, E. C. pp. 25-28

Amendment to constitution proposed, p. 28

Report of the Central Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association, Martin, President pp. 28-29

Importance of vat covers, p. 29

Report of the Southern Cheese Makers' Association, Marty, Fred p. 29

Swiss Cheese Makers School, pp. 29-30

Stamping of Wisconsin cheese, discussion, led by Louis Prange, pp. 30-33

Grading Wisconsin cheese, Moore, J. W. pp. 33-39

Committee on stamping appointed, p. 39

The Wisconsin Dairy School, Jackson, H. C. pp. 39-43

Cheese, your health and your pocketbook, Price, W. V. pp. 43-46

Use of public cold storage warehouses, Mason, A. V. pp. 46-51

Cheese making in Missouri, Reid, W. H. E. p. 51

Cheese call board, Laack, Chairman p. 51

National Cheese Institute, Limpus, O. H. p. 51

An indirect method of advertising Wisconsin cheese and grading, Moore, J. G. pp. 52-54

The result of advertising cheese in Milwaukee through the Milwaukee Journal, Flynn, F. A. pp. 55-59

Experience with high moisture cheese, Bruhn, H. T. pp. 59-60

Vote on quality of a cheese, p. 60

A car of cheese on exhibition, p. 61

Election of officers, pp. 61-66

Report of committee on cheese stamping, pp. 66-67

Resolutions committee report, pp. 67-74

The cheese industry in the past and its future, Egli, Henry pp. 74-77

Cost of trucking milk, Horn, E. F. pp. 77-78

Facts learned by cheese factory investigation the past two years, Klueter, Harry pp. 78-85

A bright outlook for Wisconsin's cheese industry, Hill, Charles L. pp. 85-90

Criticisms on cheese exhibits, Marty, Fred pp. 90-91

Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association, 1930 entries by counties, p. 91

1930 Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Convention leading prize winners, pp. 91-92

1930 Exhibitors, scores, and checks, pp. 92-97

Secretary's report to be read at 1931 convention, pp. 97-100 ff.

[Cover]


Go up to Top of Page