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Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association / Proceedings of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers' Association forty-fourth annual convention November 13, 14, 1935 assembled in the City of Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
(1936)

Amendments adopted,   pp. 10-11 ff. PDF (406.9 KB)


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FORTY-FOURTH ANNUAL CONVENTION
(11) By vote, the convention recommended to the Board of Directors
that the dates of the convention be changed to early in December, pro-
viding halls can be secured. (1924, Jan., page 60.)
(12) Reaolved: That this Association in order to do greater honor to
our best prize winning cheese makers, adopts the following rules:
1. A special class of honor cheese makers shall be created from our
membership during the past twelve years.
2. Every cheese maker who, by the records in the secretary's office, is
shown to have received either three first sweepstake prizes on Amer-
iean cheese, or three first prizes on Swiss cheese, or three first prizes
on Brick cheese, or three first prizes on Limburger cheese shall be placed
in this honor class.
3. Members of this class shall hereafter compete only for such prizes
as may be offered for this honor class. (1928, Nov., page 73.)
(13) By vote of the convention in 1933, the annual dues for mem-
bers were raised to $2.00 per year, and exhibit fees were raised to $2.00
per exhibit. Subscribing members are entitled, by payment of $1.00 per
year, to receive News Letters and legislative bills, but not to attend
the convention sessions.
The directors, by vote in April 1934, instructed the secretary to
collect $1.00 membership fee and $1.00 exhibit fee at the 1934 con-
vention.
(14) By vote of the convention in 1934, it was ordered that at all
future conventions the official score of all cheese exhibits be announced
and distributed at the opening session of the second day of the con-
vention so as to enable members to contact and converse with the high
score cheese makers.


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