Vol. IX (January, 1933/December, 1933)
Wisconsin beekeeping, vol. 9, no. 6: June, 1933, pp. [unnumbered]-48
TAT NTOMOLOGW -0 0 - ,==Mý0 : 0, -0 ol. IX June, 1933 No. 6 Bulletin Board STATE ASSOCIATION MEMBERSHIP CONTEST I Prizes I 1st 5-2 lb. packages of bees, to be delivered in 1934 2nd-$10.00 worth of bee supplies 3rd 5 tested queens, to be delivered in 1934 4th-1 copy "ABC & XYZ of Bee Culture" 5th-1 Jumbo Smoker Rules [I 1. Every paid-up member of the Association may take part in the contest. 2.-In order to give proper consideration to new and old members, the measure of the contest will be based on points, rather than single numbers. 3 points will - be given for each new member; 2 points for old memberf delinquent 1 year or more; 1 point for old members delinquent for at least three months. 3. Only those workers who secure 20 points or more will be considered for the first 2 prizes. If no worker secures 20 points, only the 3rd, 4th, and 5th prizes will be awarded. NATIONAL HONEY WEEK November 13-18 PATRONIZE ADVERTISERS IN "WISCONSIN BEEKEEPING"- THEY ARE RELIABLE BE SURE TO SEND YOUR RENEWAL IN TO THE SECRETARY WHEN YOUR MEMBERSHIP IN THE ASSOCIATION EXPIRES Table of Contents The Dr. Charles C. Miller Memorial Library. The State Association. Obituaries of Mrs. C. C. Miller and Miss Emma Wilson. Cotton Honey Production. Buzzes About Wisconsin. American Honey Institute. Honey Demonstrations at Milwaukee. Legislature Proposes to Tax Beekeepers. - The Relation of Foul Brood Control to the Beekeeping Industry.] Recovering Waxes Deteriorated Through Contact with Iron. -ull-n-.-IImm -iwwtiw ll I~ll-- Ilut Mw,( I.
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