The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 19, 1956 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 19, 1956
Page 11
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ALGONA CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY ALGONA, IOWA How dairy foods come to you- ffrom the farm! ^ r «*W»W And Why They're So Wonderfully Abundant During June Cheese *:-.:^;n. MILK NONFAT DRY MILK JflM .*,«.»** \ I The fresh and bountiful flow of milk from the farm to your table begins anew every day at "milking time" in the nation's • dairy barns. Last year the country's 22 million cows produced 1 56 billion quarts of milk. On many of today's modern farms, cows are milked by machine in "parlors.'* The milk is immediately cooled to retain its flavor, freshness and quality. From the farm it is transported in sealed trucks to dairies and processing plants. -L T I At the dairy—spotless as a hospital—milk (lows from (he pasteurizing tanks to bottling and packaging machines through sanitary piping—unexposccl to air. Every precaution is taken to preserve the farm-fresh quality of (he milk. KY CASE IHIT I '\r \ " r i, [VAPORATfd MILK Butter • i n ii i| -w«mm«iim^*iB*i*viiH«nBMMHgvaVM^ ^^••fe. ^"f^AHH^^ngRWi ^*- * * lPW^*"3l * VtSvr' -^*MH I Over half of the milk produced is used for drinking or cooking. I The remainder is made into a variety of flavorful dairy prodlucts: butter, cheese, ice cream, evaporated milk, cottage I cheese and nonfat dry milk. ICE CREAM | VA tt* "OF ALL FOODS, NONE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN MILK June emphasizes the true goodness and smart you'll wisely spend about 15^ of your grocery thriftiness of serving milk to your family all year long. As the U. S. Public Health Service points out: "Of all factors of man's environment, none is more important to his welfare than food. And of all foods, none is more important than milk." If you're the average home maker, this year «V-8> Public M»*»tfc 6«n lc» dollar on dairy foods. But in return, you will receive double that—.'JO* worth in nourishment! June is Dairy Month! The Best month of all for you and your family to enjoy the flavor, the healthful nourishment and economy which is yours in milk and "food made from milk." \\t your doorstep, or in stores' dairy cases, dairy foods are (delivered to lend farm-fresh goodness to your meals, America lis a "milk-drinking nation," the world's healthiest. OFFICERS and DIRECTORS Algona Co-Operative Creamery Company FRED PLUMB President HARRY SABIN Vice-President MADS CHRISTIANSEN Secretary-Treasurer ED MAWDSLEY Director FLOYD BODE Director ALBERT SCHlPULL Director MILK

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