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Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' and Dairymen's Association / Proceedings of the ninth annual meeting of the Southern Wisconsin Cheesemakers' and Dairymen's Association held at Monroe, Wisconsin, Thursday and Friday, March 11 and 12, 1909
(1909)

Elmer, Henry
Secretary's report,   pp. 24-26 PDF (529.0 KB)


Page 25


SOUTHERN WIS. CHEESEMKA1IS' & DAIRYMWEN's Ass'N.  25
tion.  Mr. Zumkelhr was appointed and was doingX very
satisfactory work this last year. He visited (Cheese Factories
and any man going from Factory to Factorv will find great
improvements as the result of the work done by our Iu-
structor. Mr. Zumkehr will give us a more detailed Report
of his work. At the same meeting Honorable John Luch-
singer, Honorable Thomas Luchsinger and our worthy
President Mr. S. J. Stauffacher were elected to petition the
State for an additional appropriation of one thousand dollars
and the total two thousand Dollars to be expended under the
direction and auspices of this Association as accepted in last
year's Resolutions. Another Committee of Messrs. Joshua
Klassv, John Waelti and Fred Tschudv was elected to make
a list of one or two successful Farmers in each Township
an(l to interest said Farmers in our work. It wtas also agreed
to print the Proceedings of the last Convention and the
Secretary was requested to get bids f'om  the d(ifferent
publishers here at home and if possible to get some suitable
cuts or photographs to make the pamphlet more attractive.
On July the 7Bth, 1908, anot her meeting was held to con-
sider bids for printing the proceedings of the 1908 Conven-
tion. The following bids were received:
Monroe Evening Times $1.10) per page. of pamphlet to
print 400 copies.
Monroe Sentinel $1.09 per page of pamphlet to print 410()
copies.
The Journal Gazette $1.50 per page of pamphlet to print
400) col)ies.
The Green Countv Hlerold asked to be excused.
The Morroe Sentinel being the lowest bidder was awarded
the job to print 400 copies. The cuts for the illustrations
anal the printing of same to be figured extra.
Again a mveting was held on September 5th 19JS.  'l Tle
ubject of this mn eting was to get 'Mr. Fred Marty, Ass't.
Dairy and Food Conmmissioner, and Mr. Peter Zunlkelr,
Factory Inspector, closer together in their woik in visiting
the Cheese Factories so that with less time more Factories


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