Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on October 1, 1949 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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Maion City Globe-G»«lle, M»ion City, U. Sept. 30, 1949 5-C HERMANSON DAIRY PRODUCTS Company, Inc. Celebrating Their 40th ANNIVERSARY in the DAIRY BUSINESS JOHNIE HERMANSON Chris Lewis shown at the modern air tight separator. Mr. Lewis has been with our firm 23 years. Pictured above reading from left to right, Avis Walters, Sally Kehm and LaVaun Siglin, who compose our efficient office -Wf. 11 v At our latest type flash-pasteurizing equipment is Melvin \' Hermanson adjusting the homogenixer and Bob Hermanson checking the pasteurization temperature. HERMAN HERMANSON We are proud to be a Mason City Industry, serving this city and surrounding territory. We hare watched Mason City grow frorn a small village to the fine city it is today. During the past 40 years we too have grown, striving constantly for better health for the entire community through BETTER DAIRY PRODUCTS. Hermanson Dairy Products Plant and Trucks Located at 810 North Delaware FACTS ABOUT HERMANSON'S DAIRY PRODUCTS All our milk is carefully graded and selected by men who know the milk business. Only the finest and freshest milk is bottled for your family. We sterilize and dry all milk cans before they are returned to the farmer, this has a lot to do with quality and flavor. Through microscopic test we make sure that all milk.sold by us is pure. Scientifically controlled pasteurization assures milk which is absolutely safe ... day in and day out. The controlled method used by us protects and keeps the natural, country-fresh flavor of good milk. Before refilling our milk bottles are washed and sterilized . . .thoroughly. Our paper milk bottle is immersed in hot, sterile paraffin just before filling. The inside and pouring lip is untouched by human hands. These facts stated above are just a few of the precautions and measures taken to insure you of pure, rich, f lavorable dairy products from our plant. We invite your inspection at any time. Ki HERMANSON'S THANK Their Many Loyal Customers for Their PATRONAGE During the Past 40 Years John Woslick is shown removing paper bottles from paper bottling machine; Otto Meyer, •ptrotor of glass bottle washer, and Donald Mix, operator of paper bottle machine. Our plant employees, reading from left to right, John Waslick, Chris Lewis, Melvin Hermanson, Robert Hermanson, Otto Meyer, Donald Mix. Bruce Helm, field serviceman, is shown taking a sample of milk for laboratory check. In the background is Bert Currier, shown at the receiving platform. A familiar sight on Mason City streets, Hermanson Dairy trucks, shown are your courteous drivers that deliver our products to your door. Back row: Martin Mortensen, Jake Jacobson, Joe Hubbard, Morris Bull, George Simkins, Everett Hermanson, sales manager. Front row: Bert Van Home, Claude Simkins, John Gerard, Ed Bluhm, Al Gerard, Curtis Skoglund, Bob Walsh. Not shown in the-picture are Ted Leaman, who recently moved from Mason City after nearly 30 years service with us, and Elmer Skoglund, who is in charge of routes in th« surrounding territory.

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