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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)

Secretary's report for 1933 read at 1934 convention,   pp. 94-97 PDF (889.3 KB)


Page 96


96    WISCONSIN CHEESE MAKERS' ASSOCIATION
Reynolds Metals Co., New York City     ...................  $17.50
R. L. Frome Mtfg. Co., Sheboygan      ....................  9.00
Fairbanks, Morse & Co., Chicago ........... .........  17.60
Erwin Schwenzen, Plymouth .............  ...........  17.60
Kiel Woodenware Co., Kiel ............... ............  17.50
Marechall Dairy Laboratory, Madison ....    ....      17.50
Foeste Hotel, Sheboygan ................. ...         17.50
C. W. Varner, 2054 Marshall St., Dubuque ............  9.00
Cheese Maker Book Co., Madison ........... .........   9.00
Bandage Corporation, Sheboygan ........... ..........  17.50
Master Package Corp., Owen, page and cut ..........   22.20
Midwest Cold Storage Co., Green Bay ................  17.50
National Cheese Institute, Plymouth ......... ........  17.50
Total .53.............................--:--13682.20
Total receipts  .......  ................. .. ..13,426.01
Disbursements
1933
Oct. 14  U. S. Tax on checks, Nov., '32, to Sept., 1933 . .
Postage on returned reports.
Abel & Bach, sample prize case.
M. E. Landgraf, convention expense .
Schwaab Stamp & Seal Co., ribbons.
Express on programs.
Oct. 23  W. A. Devine, P. M., stamps ..........................
Mimeograph news letter ............................
Olsen Pub. Co., programs, tags, envelopes ............
Cheese Reporter, convention ad ......................
Nov. 1   Stamps and return postage .......
Mimeograph news letter .........
Envelopes, stamps, transfer ..........................
Usher at convention, paid by Schmidt ......
Stamps, cash ........................................
Nov. 16 Office Supply & Printing Co., rentals ................
Siekert & Baum Co., diploma mail tubes ............
Fred Marty, Judge, expense ............
Aug. Raether, refund prizes ............
R. C. Jorgensen, refund prizes .......
Sheboygan Press convention ad ......
N. F. Thiex, 32 cloth signs ..........................
A. J. Kaempfer, reporter, and expense ...............
E. F. Horn, convention expense ......................
J. H. Peters, convention expense ....................
Walter R. Schmidt, convention expense ..............
L. E. Kopitzke, convention expense ..................
Earl B. Whiting, convention expense ................
A. H. Graf, expense for 1933 ........................
Wm. Wendland, helper ..............................
Walter Schack, helper ...............................
C. J. Fokett, expense ................................
J. W. Cross, superintendent and expense .............
Herbert Radke, helper ...............................
C. J. Fokett, expense ................................
Ruth Dieckman, register clerk ......................
Verna Huss, register clerk ...........................
Secretary, convention expense, cash ..................
Cordelia Ronk, office clerk ...........................
G. Muehlbauer. office clerk ...........................
M. E. Landgraf, office ...............................
American Sales Book Co., registry blanks ............
Foeste Hotel ........................................
Butter and Cheese Journal, convention ad ............
Dec. 16 Louis Hetzel, Spring Green, refund ..................
26 H. I. Tuttle, Inc., mimeograph letter ................
4 H. I. Tuttle, mimeograph letter ......................
4 W. A.- Devine, P. M., envelopes ......................
1934
Jan. 15
15
Feb. 24
10
17
Mch. 5
Mch. 19
Apr.   9
W. A. Devine, P. M., envelopes ......................
H. I. Tuttle, mimeograph letters .....................
Andrew Justinger, Washington Id. refund ...........
Rentschler Floral Co., floral emblem  ................
W. A. Devine, P. M., envelopes ........................
W. A. Devine, P. M., stamps .........................
Secretary's $4,000 bond, 1934 ........................
H. I. Tuttle, mimeograph letters ....................
H. I. Tuttle, mimeograph letters ....................
H. I. Tuttle, mimeograph letters ....................
H. I. Tuttle, mimeograph letters ....................
.7 142
1.60
10.00
4.88
.53
3.00
1,25
381.29
10.00
5.64
1.60
50.00
1.00
5648
5.8
9.25
21.74
5.00
15.00
10.20
36.30
55.50
11. 5 5
1 2.81
11.40
15.30
27.35
97.13
8.80
22.00
2.84
59,54
8.00
12.00
4.90
4.90
53.34
13.20
13.20
75.00
8.78
81.33
20.00
2.48
1.60
1.80
4.41
8.82
1.90
1.31
5.40
17.64
5.00
20.00
1.80
1.80
1.80
1.30


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