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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)

Leading prize winners, Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Conventions,   pp. 76-78 PDF (550.3 KB)


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


Page 78


78       WISCONSIN CHEESE MAKERS' ASSOCIATION
1088 WISCONSIN CHEE8E MAKERS CONVENTION
lEADING PSMM WINNElRS
No.                 Uweeptakes In Clauses 1, 2. .                    Score
113  Walter Reisner, Bonduel ------------------------------------ 97.60
116  H. G. Wiskow, Redgranite --________________--_--_------- 97.00
217  Ben Wiedenhaft, Lena-36-----------------------------------_ f.76
Clau I
113  Walter Reiuner, Bonduel -9--------------------_______________S7.50
116  H. 0. Wiskow, Redranite -----96.5--------------------            07°°
16   Edwin A. Meinert. Plymouth ----------------------.60
126  I  J. Kuachel, Pound, It. 1 -_________________________          96.26
Clam 2
217  Ben Wiedenhaft, Lena --------------------6----------------- S.75
216  Henry J. Loehr, Calvary, R. 19 6.50-----------___---------- 93-60
212  Emil Uonnenburg, Cato ------------------------------------- 96.00
2SS   te       l8hedr        emr      -------------------- --------- 94.60
266  (tie) Earl Schneider, Denmark945
257  (tie  John H. Peter., Plymouth -9------         -4.50
268   tie  Allen Stemper, Clintonville ---…----------        
    94.60
275  (tie  H. J. Kuachel, Pound __________________9_______________-34.50
Clas 5
314  Edward Kust, Coleman ------------------------------------ 95.50
365  H. J. Kuschel, Pound --------------------------------------- 95.00
334  Paul Viktora, Belmont -------4-----------75----------------- 94-75
326  Walter Ebert, Oconto Falls .______________________________94.50
Cmus 4
426  0. A. Mellenthin, Marshfield ---------_------------------- 94.50
429  Oscar Stock, Manitowoc ----------------------------------- 94.00
404  N. L Ropp West De Pere, I. 1 ---------------9.375
401  George A. Wussow, Sheboygan, It. 3 2----_---------------- 93.50
Class 56-Drum Swim.
H4   Robt. Herrmann, Dallas --__________________________________      94.25
$03  Reinhard Mueller, Monroe ---------------------------------- 94.00
I01  Ernest Herrmann, Neill8ville -----------92------------------ 93.76
602  Jacob Aeschlimann, Argyle --------------------------------_923.50
Class 6-Disboel Swim
606  John Blickenmtorfer Argyle -------------------------------- 91.00
66 Ernest Ashliman, Blue Mounds -90.0
607 John Burkhalter Blue Mounds -90.00
601  Albert Ryser, Blanchardville ------------------------------- 89.50
Clasm 7-Limbuwer
703  Mathew Hirucher, Monroe, R. 19 ---------------------------- 94.50
701  Julian Klechle Monticello, R. 3 _-------------------------- 94.00
702  John Minnig, konticello ----------------------------------- 93.50
707  Rudolph Speich, Monticello --------------------------------- 93.00
Clams -BEriek
318  Elmer J. Schneider, Appleton ------------------------------- 97.25
510  Wm. Lichtenberg, Beaver Dam ---------------------------- 95.50
509  Gottlieb Wyre. Hartford, R. 4 ------------------------------- 95.25
516  Louil Mechelke, Birnamwood ------------------------------- 95.00
FOUR-DAY SCHOOLS FOR EXPERIENCED MAKERS
During the winter of 1932-1933, a series of four-day schools for
experienced makers was offered by the Dairy Department, University
of Wisconsin, and conducted by Prof. J. L. Sammis, in 8 counties, at
the request of the local Branch association and others in each county.
All these schools were for American cheese makers unless otherwise
stated.
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