The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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_.I._j:.:/t-Siil^.:.::;;ti S(l.: •• •S'.';':,.. , ..." - ; ALGONA, IOWA, "rifeisBAY, JUNE 21,1945 - ••:••*/-.y,:'' ; ! ;vo'-;^Vi' : >s v *#^sil& In recognition of DAI RY ff MONTH we salute the outstanding war-productiorffecord of Iowa Farmers "CUT -HAY €AKLY The following price paid for whole milk and cream butterfat: May 1 -31, 1945 Wholemilk 3 % Butterfat Sweet Cream Butterfat First Grade Butterfat • , v F.O.B. Algeria 'if-f,^lKf&fiff;i'iiS,-Ai:^:^ : ii : ...' :i \: :•:••-,: -. ;••-''•'' ' Manufacturing Iowa State Brand Butter ' DISTRIBUTOR Pasteurized B.D. Tested Milk and Cream - DISTRIBUTOR Al - Co Gas Distillate and Kerosene Al - Co Tex Gas Tractor Veedol Oil Non-Taxable Tractor Fuel Al - Co Oil DISTRIBUTOR Skimmed Milk Powder Block Salt, Buttermilk Powder Dairyade Stock Salt . ' . Calf Meal 77 cents 56 cents 55 cents 'License No; 4 Cottage Cheese Adds To Life MILK MEANS THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY, Where can you get so rmick nourishment, j?lu$ 90 many meal-planning helps, for so ^:bw5r ; -8Q muchskees health for your child? Each omreful effort on the part of thi dairy industry to nearest j^rfeet food 8afe*gv»arde4 on time, don't waste i^ JEven if Jt^ours before you to quart :bHng you Mi& is \jsp it, ^ with more mpcle ^ W^ ^ AliGONA COOPERATIVE CREAMERY CO. CHART OF 20-YEAR UPTREND IN IOWA MILK PRODUCTION 1924 23 96 07 9A 99 80 31 34 33 8+ 85 M 87 36 39 4O 41 44 43 44 720O fiwuctim (IN MILLIONS OP POUNDS) CAartfnm Data, of U. S. D. A This three-in-one chart gives a 20-year picture of Iowa's dairy production. The lowest line shows the production per cow; the second line shows the number of milk cows on Iowa farms; the top line shows the total annual milk production. Through increase in cow-population from THIS IS DAIRY MONTH 1924 to 1934, and through gradual improvement in production psr cow, lovya's milk production reached a record of seven billion pounds in 1943. and stayed close to that figure in 1944, despite the critical labor and feed situation. Only three states produce more milk than Iowa, and only one state, Minnesota, produces more butter. HONORING HER WA» RECORD INCREASED DAIRY PRODUCTION TODAY MEANS BITTER LIVING for your family Tomorrow Up nearly 20 percent sinqfi J939! That's th? pro^tion-recprd of th§ Kairy Cow=™ th« wsponse of America's ferras to the urgent tietnancjs.of War -«« increased prcn dwqtipn that promises Better I4vwg in the peacetime years ahead. Peabe,>Yi|i;not jrojnediate]^ solvf tod^i 4airy shpitages, For a tw§ ws jB«§t help feed, less".: fortunate people,^ i»|; jip jppHntnts^esorerf the su M?ts f ^eri^ will be * .P,«r. nitioa ' ' good nutrition requires, So hold to your dreams of hearty cheese sauces-^of eggs scrambled with evaporated milk-^ of cream with the old'time goodness^**of extra milk between-meals-"or toast where you taste the butter with every delicious bite. Before top Jong, your family can regularly all ftese treats, and many more •> pur higher level pf dairy produce lyentually it will fwable all America $ mpre djiiry foods than ever of health an4 nutntion, that will IAL SPOKESMAN FOR NEAkLV 2UU,000 IC^WA DAIRY hARMERS DAIRY MONTH FEATURES COOPERATION—Close alliance between the home front and theTighting front, is the theme of this, year's poster symbolizing the significance of Dairy Month. The grey-haired farmer, who has been carrying-on with the help oil one son, welcomes another son home from the front, HOW DAIRY FARMERS AND THEIR COWS CONTRIBUTE TO THE_WELFARE OF THE COMMUNITY^ The rich lands surrounding our community are kept rich through the processes of dairy farming... by the scientific use of dairy cows in reviving the land and insuring its richness for the future. _ When the dairy farmer brings his milk and cream to us, things happen for the benefit of all. The dairy farmer gets a fair return for the product of his labors—and dairy farming; • thrives. The dairy farmer has, money to spend—and the com* munity thrives. j Our work in this is to provide the bridge ... the bridge that' connects the dairy farmers widv the business of the community/ 1 if 1

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