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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)

Sammis, J. L.
Secretary's report at close of 1934 business,   pp. 104-107 PDF (699.2 KB)


Page 104


104      WISCONSIN CHEESE MAKERS' ASSOCIATION
SECRETARrS REPORT AT CLOSE OF 1934 BUSINESS
To Be Read at the 1935 Cowvenuton
By J. L. SAmmis, Madison
PART 1. STATE TREASURY ACCOUNT.
1934                        Receipts
Nov. 13  Balance forward from last audit ........................ $1644.77
Jul   1  State appropriation ...................................  600.00
Nov. 22  Sale of cheese to Pauly and Pauly Co ................... 1092.89
Total ............       ........................ $3337.66
Disbursements
Nov. 17  Pay roll of exhibitors .................................. $1104.67
Secy travel expense account, October .......   ..........  83.62
Nov. 23 J. E. Rilling Co. 9 prize chairs ............ ..............  73.48
Dec. 8 Abel & Bach, 9 prize bags .62.72
Balance forward .2013.17
Total                      .$3337.66
PART e. SECRETARY'S DONATION AND PROGRAM FUND,
TO BE: READ IX 1965
Cash prizes, offered for fine cheese exhibits at the convention are awarded
and paid to exhibitors as directed by the donors, the Secretary acting as
the agent of the donors for his purpose. As these funds are at no time the
property of the Association. and as they are paid out to winners at the
Convention, or returned to the donors, these donations are not deposited
in
the State Treasury, but the receipts and disbursements are published here,
and in the list of prize winners.
To raise additional funds for the support of the Convention, the Secretary,
acting as a private individual, published a Convention program, and rented
booths and the proceeds from this enterprise were used for Association pur-
poses, the balance to be finally deposited in the State Treasury, as a donation
to the Association, from the advertisers. The program receipts and the dis-
bursements of this fund are shown below.
The Convention cheese exhibits were sold by the Secretary, acting as the
agent of the exhibitors, and the proceeds paid at once to exhibitors as shown
in the list of exhibitors in this report.
1934                          Receipts
Nov. 13  Balance forward from last audit ........................ $ 288.95
14 Dinner tickets sold .31.00
Sale of cheese knife to E. B. Whiting.                   1.00
Memberships paid in, W. R. Schmidt                     444.00
Memberships paid by mail .45.00
J. W. Cross, cheese sales.                             155.90
J. L. Sammis, cheese sale.                                 7
R C. Jorgensen, prizes.                                 15.00
Sheboygan Clearing House Ann., prizes        .50.00
Sheboygan County Branch prizes .226.00
Membership, L. J. Meister.                               1.00
Beoths
Schwab Boiler and Machine Co., Milwaukee.               30.00
Damrow Brothers Co., Fond du Lac, 2 booths .60.00
Morton Salt Co.-Armstrong Cork and Ins. Co.             30.00
J. J. Koepsell Co., Sheboygan.                          30.00
Sheboygan Press, no charge
D. and F. Kusel Co., Watertown, 2 booths .60.00
Ohio Salt Co., Chicago .30.00


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