Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa on June 17, 1952 · Page 15
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Estherville Daily News from Estherville, Iowa · Page 15

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Milk Builds ffealtfi. Cuts Down Cost A recent public opinion poll showed BS percent of those qtiizz- ed believed Utlk to be the most nutritious food for their money, but the average American think-* milk companies make five cent: profit on each quart of milk, and 14 percent believe it to be as high as 10 cents on each quart. Only about three percent knew the facts that the profit Is In the neighborhood of a small fraction of a penny. Hugh L. Rusch, vice-president of the Opinion Research corporation of Princeton, N. J., disclosc.l these facta In a speech before dairy leaders early this year. The survey was made among a national sample of adtilts, said Rusch* "including the right distribution of people of the upper, middle and lower Income groups; tbe proper proportion for each ago bracket; farmers, professional people, white collar and manual workers, men and women." « « » MILK IS A LOW cost food and more than 60 million quarts ar". being distributed to American con- fumem every- day n( prices tl»«' have gone up Iw than othi-r m.i- Jor food group.1. V. S. Government cost of livin,? index figures show prices of nil foods on January I.\ 1982 at 232.-». compared to the 1935-39 base of 100. while the home-ocilverc<i milk only 196.0. HccordlnR to the Milk Industry Foundation, one of the sponsors of June Dairy Month. The economy record of milk compared to the 'ail loods" index has been maintained despite the fact that milk company wages, operating expenses and prices of the raw product have been at high levels. The industry Is a highly competitive business in which approximately 85 percent of Its sales income goes directly back Into th.i hands of dairy farmers and employees In processing and distributing. * 5= !» AS THK SIOST widely used food, milk comprises more than 25 percent of the foods consumeil annually by the average American. Larger food budgets would be needed in the home If the vitamins, minerals and calories supplied by milk had to be secured from other sources. Surveys show that milk is tho No. 1 favorite food of American homes and that mothers consider it the most essential food of al). Seven out of every 10 American housewives are well aware of tho high nutritive value of milk, according to an Opinion Research survey. Olven n long list of food.i, |?|n. )lt V. F. W. Club housewives were asked which _ were the most important. Milk Audubon ^-Flre. believed start- came first as 71 percent said It i^"^ " "rhted clfaratte drip- the most e»..entlal. Another strik-P<'<> overstlffed chair gutted Ing opinion gathered from sur- «he Interior of the Veterans of For- voys shows that milk U the ia„ fU-n Wars club here Sunday, caus- of all the food.^ housewives wIll'^K »" ••••tlmated $10.000 damsge. cut down on in nn inflatfonary — situation. Of the 92 elements, only a»>out 30 occur In nature in a tree state. to Clothing moths are believed have been taken to Ihe United _ ^. jTT'T"" »r States by earlv settler* from Kur- EStherVlUe, lOWa, Dally NeiTS ope. Tues., June 17, 1952 11 m\\ FREE TRIAL Would you like to ti -w a new SINGER SEWING MACHINE for one week WITHOUT COST or OBLIGATION? Catch up on your sewing and sec for yourself the many advantages there are in the new SINGER. Write your Singer Sewing Center 423 Grand Phone 1870 Spencer P I'm The 4 6 CREAM CHECK" ANYCOOPERAUVE CBEAMSES**^®" ^^^^ HERE'S WHAT I DO: frtUOT Ct««in Otecks and myself arc just like any Urg* payroll in this community ... we are !MM eat by tbe hundreds to the working dairymen tciwg cash into this community at regular talerMl* , . . »v *rv week or every two weeks, de- ]»e»d)a|r «pott the method of payment." '"T%ie ciMk that we Cream Checks roprescnt comes fnOM <Mto>i}« ih« community it is 'new money' MNt HKMm o*»" business." an ttXKi to buy groceries, clothing, hardware, fcWUiAaM aypUaaces, pay small bills, our churches, ««k Mtil «U, payments on cars and a host of other 1MHV4taM<* rigttl in this county." "The cash is used over and over and over again in this community after it Is put Into circulation by dairy farmers." "Cream Checks give the farmer a credit rating, because of the regularity of Income." "Cream Checks raise the economic level of the whole community." "It means that pay day comes 52 times a year for the man with cows, Instead of once or twice as with grain, hogs or rattle alone." ¥e(^ the 'Creani Check' has become a valuable item in the economic and business Kfe of this community . . . and as a banking institution, we are glad to review its naalfold benefits for you in this manner. The Dairy farmer, with his regular H^eani Check' is one of our most important assets, and while bettering his own ftcMionilo standards, he contributes greatly to the welfare of this community as a whole. ^% IntertKtt Your deposits insured up to $10,000 Iowa Trust & Savings Bank Member of the Federal Reserve System DIRiSOTOIlS: Fred J. Ehlers P. G. Gray Jno. E. Gr«li£ C. E. MiUer F. T. Shadte J. E. Stockdal© OFFICERS: F. T. Shadle, President Jno. E. Grelg, Vice President C, E. Miller, V. P, and Cashier D. V. Sunde. Assistant Cashier A. B. Irwin, Assistant Cashier J [ST It takes 4 pints of rich cream to make 1 pound of golden Ringsted Creamery Butter and RlngNtcd Co-o|i. Cri>umt'ry will pay out IIVIT $15,0 00 iliirinK •liinr . , , moHt of which gorn direct to thr farmer for cream . . . rnjoy I{inKf*ti>(i Cn-anwry RIJUIT'M goodnrMM, Miff In (he knnwlrdgi* that you are beiplsix to maintain n major Kmmi>t County Hour(><> of revonut*. Ringsted Co-op Creamery Merrill Christiansen, president Carl A. Petersen, vice president Harold C. Jensen, secretary Arnold Jensen, director Elmer Jensen, director Clem Mergen manager Albert Ullestad Sena Anderson hookkeep»r

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