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Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association / Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association forty-second annual convention November 15, 16, 1933 assembled in the Eagles Auditorium Sheboygan, Wisconsin
(1934)

Four-day schools for experienced makers,   pp. 78-79 PDF (430.7 KB)


Page 79


FORTY-SECOND ANNUAL CONVENTION                         79
The location and number of makers registered at each of the
schools is as follows, with a total registration of 325.
Marshfild City Hall, November 22-25, 1932, registration 45.
Sturgeon bay, Court House, Nov. 29-Dec. 1, 1932, registration 36.
nitowoe Court House, Dec. 6-9, 1932, registration 68.
Huert, ViLlage Hall, Dec. 13-1i6, 1932, registration 39.
Fond du Lac, Court House, Dec. 20-23, 1932, registration 49.
Appleton, Vocational School Bldg., Jan. 3-6, 1933, registration 42.
Monroe, Swiss Cheese School, Feb. 13-24, 1933, registration 17.
Beaver Dam, Brick Cheese School, ~March 7-10, 1933, registration 29.
During the winter of 1931-1932 similar schools were conducted by
Professor Sammis as follows, with a total registration of 457.
Shawano, Dec. 1-4, 1931, registration 56.
Wausau, City Building, Dec. 8-11, 1931, registration 63.
Fremont, Village Hall, Dec. 15-18, 1931, registration 50.
Spring Green, Village Hall, Jan. 19-22, 1932, registration 39.
Richland Center, Court House, Jan. 26-29, 1932, registration 74.
Monroe, Swiss Cheese Course, Feb. 8-19, 1932, registration 22.
Boscobel, City Building, Feb. 23-26, 1932, registration 41.
Beaver Dam, Brick Cheese School, March 1-4, registration 48.
Platteville, City Building, March 8-11, 1932, registration 25.
Dodgeville, Court House, March 15-18, 1932, registration 39.
This series of short courses for experienced makers, at towns out-
side of Madison, was initiated by Professor Sammis in 1920, with
schools for Swiss cheese makers given each winter, usually at Monroe,
with a total registration of 395 not included above. The firSt brick
cheese school was held at Beaver Dam, in March 1931, with 72 makers
in attendance. The total registration reported above for the 14 years
to date is 1219.
Beginning immediately after the close of the 1933 convention, a
series of 19 schools have been planned during the winter of 1933-1934,
in response to requests received from the branch associations and
others in each county.
1933 WISCONSIN CHEESE MAKERS' CONVENTION
Cheese Exhibits by Counties
Barron ----------------------   4   Marathon -------------------- 28
Brown-12                            Marinette-----------           9
Caruwet-------------~~~~~~~~~~ 6    Oconto ---------------------  19
Chippewa --------------------   2   Outagamie -------------------   5
Clark                          11   Ozaukee --------------------- 3
Columbia- -------------------   4   Polk -----------3------------   6
Crawford-----------             3   Richland-----------            6
Dane -------------             5    Rock -------------             1
Dodge ----------------------- 15    Rusk -------------------       1
Dunn                            1   Sauk ------------------------   3
Fond du Lac          -29            St. Croix --------------------  4
Grant ----------------------- 12    Shawano -------------------- 11
Green ----------------------- 10    Sheboygan ------------------- 48
Green Lake ------------------   1   Taylor -----------------------  2
Iowa ------------------------   8   Vernon ----------------------   2
Jefferson --------------------  1   Waupaca --------------------    6
Kewaunee -------------------    6   Waushara --_______________     1
Lafayette -6------------------  *   Wood ------------------------   3
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