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PET DAIRY PRODUCTS COMPANY SECTION
Published In The County Seat of Haywood County At The Eastern Entrance oj The Great Smokv Mountains National Park
W AYNESVILLE, X. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 193S
$1.50 IN ADVANCE IN COUNTY
fct Session To
Begin At 2:30 At
High School Here
Electric - Dairy Products
School To 15c Conducted
j rn-iul-l.reaking crowd is es-
-M to at tt-mi tne iree electric-
jjr pnnliu ts cooKing scnooi wnicn
,-it urnlenv.-iy at tne nign scnooi
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jjilonum nils iuLfiiiuuu ui t.oup
iji Mrs. Jcc Craver, of Salisbury,
JaEcommiist in charge. Ihe school
lg spmi'ivil by lVt Dairy Pro-
jtts Cum puny and iiartin caecinc
frt H. leannit, manager ol tlu
it plant here, announced yesterday
at sixty individual attendance prizes
be awarded' by his firm, and
ill Martin of .Martin Electric Coni-
a; said that his firm would add
the prize .list, several valuable
c:rical appliances for each of the
n days of the school.
Irs, f raver was formerly home
somist lor two 01 tne largest pow-
tompanves m tne aoutn, ana nas
'liurtcil nunierous such schools.
.(i. Yearout said : "We are most fol
iate in being able to get Mrs.
iver ripht at this time. I have
arkid with her on former occasions,
al she is always in demand for
mm engagements. "Those who at-
4 the school will find their time
No electric ranges will be used
MK the demonstrations, which will
?fdite the school.
Ike school on Friday will get un-
Way at two o.'clock (2:30 today.)
lie sponsors of the school announ-
4 last flight that coupons good for
totes for the "Milk Beauty Queen"
nld be given to each adult attending
tie list of prizes to be given, will
tad in the advertisement of the
tog school in this section.
Ms are made of metal alloy, gen-
composed of 80 Darts Conner
i20 IMltc tin
YXjd there were instances in
A a single bee sting resulted in
"death. of the person stung.
i school Opens Today At 2:30
Homft EiWimttist ! KWnfna- A ' QKnrn T iml-mit Pni- derma
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MRS. JOE CRAVER , 5"""x , ' 13 I M
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Visitors To Pet
Plant Have Treat
In Store For Them
Those visiting the new Pet plant
will see the highest achievement in
the preparation and 'manufacture of
milk, ice cream, cheese and other
dairy products. Visitors will also be
able to follow the product from the
sanitary receiving room for milk to
the pasteurizing room, to which it is
pumped through sanitary stainless
They will sec the latest spray type
stainless pasteurizers, which are
equipped with space heater thermom
eters, indicating and recording ther
mometers. Next they will see the
cabinet type cooler and the sanitary
bottle filler which places the milk in
sterilized bottles, the tops of which
are not touched by human hands.
The local Pet Dairy Products Com
pany is a subsidiary of the Pet Milk
Compary, ol St. Louis, the oldest in
I the condense milk field. It manufact-
The sign on the dour in this picture tells the storv of what is' fount in this room, with II. I. Poole at work
at his desk making a close and carelul check on all milk before it leaves the Pot Plant. The bacteriological lab
oratory is as modern as science can provide. It can be truthfully said that Mr. Poole's job is "guardian of health."
Those visiting the plant have had the details of the laboratory explained to them this week. I'liotn by SlivriiU'ti.
Candidates For "Queen"
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Pet Official Appreciative Of The
Cooperation Given By Local People
A lot of folks who do a great deal
of eiyic good, .-really' -don't liki' the
town, but they can't get enough
money to get oilt.
Jenkins, division.-manager of,
bottle milk plant of Pet j
It is verv gratifying to have a
plant established in a community
where the civic organizations and
citizens have manifested their Inter
est in having one of our plants lo
cated in their cltv Never have wo
vstalilished a plant where we have
had a more cordial and friendly wel-j
conic than in avnesville. I
It is our policy . to supnort every1
cominunitv activity in me commu-1
nities in which our plants are located,'
and it is our desire to add to -the'
prosperity and growtn of fins sec
tion. ' : I
c believe this is trmv a natural !
dairying section and feci -that dairy-'
ing is now in its 'infancy, anil that i
the receipts of -milk -at" our plant rep
resent a very small volume companv
to what the production in this area
will bo m a few years.
Pv 'having our plant located here
it means the dairy farmers : m this
section have a national market lor
t heir products. YV e are at present
shipping cream, sweet milk, and ice
cream mix into four states from the
U avnesville plant; and it is our inten
tion, when the volume of raw milk is
sufficiently large. to manufacture
condensed milk at.- this plant.
It is also verv gratifying to us to
know the business concerns that buy
dairy products in YVavnesville and
ilavvMood county are buying their
products from our local plant, and it
further shows the business men of
this section are interested in then
own community bv spending tneir
money with a local concern.
4! d!'1"'''" ('f thcse fivo youns ladies arc busy as bees gathering in votes,
ures ice cream mix, ice cream, pas
teurized milk, plain buttermilk, cream
buttermilk, coffee cream, whipping
cream, cottage cheese, chocolate milk,
oranpeade and distributors of famous
"'Siimi- tlinn. ; i tii i .u ,-it Pnrb- Thuatrtv for
inoiu. candidate for "Milk Beauty Queen." There is no indication of
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4- vuu, ana uniu me iasi voue is,ui' iu.nu.-u --(,- - p l. -j Knttor
H.i , - L" Gd sooted bv the Hazeled P. T A ; Lula X ae m The floors a
. oy ine niph school i orarv: jane oieni, 'h""-
W ,, -"'fntary P. T. A.; Maud Catherine Jones, sponsored by the East
:.i?";c P-T. A.; and Edith Long, sponsored by the Lake Junaluska
id pPnsor cf the winner will get $25 in cash, and the queen a 3
to the Pal. and the candidate getting the second highest number
JW m a 10-day pass and her sponsor $10 in cash. Caps from Pet
cth(p aif votes, with special vote coupons being passed out to all adults
le inV and at the cooking school. W hen the aoove pnoiogiapu
5, tr: Tl 01 Pet plant by Sherrill's Studio, the candidates naajusi
wu m a Pet PrnJ,,nj running true to form, eacn canaiaaie
a Hi (To- i
- wcni, uem.
every respect. The floors and walls
of the new unit arc of tile construc
tion. The plant complies with the
highest standards set by the United
States Public Health Service.
Now and then we meet someone
who doesn't seem to realize that a
flea has as much right to live off of
a person as persons have to livo off
of each other.
-:- Program -:-
Thursday, 'November 17
OookinK School 2:;i() I'. M.,Hif.rh School atKlilonuiii.
condtictt'd by Mrs. Joe- ('nivi:r.
Liens' Club G :.'$) P. M., rmisic by I VI Qiuirtrt.1i' and
5 minute talk about Pet Dairy.
Mot'tmjr of producers 7:00 V. M. at Crablnc School,
Sound pictures and talk by Mr. H. L. Hunt.
I"ri(Iay, November IS
Uotai y Club will visit plant m a pi (sup at 1 :)() 1'. M.
Cookino; School 2:00 I'. M. Ilijrh School auditorium,
conducted by Mrs. Joe ('raver.
Meeting of producers 7:00 I M. at Dellwood School.
Sound pictures and talk by Mr. II. h. Hunt.
hk IJeautv Queen ("ontest oliicially closes
Coronation cf Milk Hcatity Queen and .-prizes-
ed at 0.00 T M at Talk Theatic
Saturday, November H)
Paiade at 2 00 I'. M.
(1) Waynesviile Police.
(2) Sheriff and Deputies.
(:) Mayor and city olbcials ol Waynesvilk .
(I) Mayor and city officials -of Ilazelwood.
(i) Haywood County Oflicials.
(G) County Agent, Assistant Agent and Home Dem
onstration Agent. .
(7) Haywood County Health Department.
(8) Manager and Agricultural Committee of Cham
ber of Commerce.
(9) Rotary Club, president and officers.
(10) Lions' Club, president and officers.
(II) Cow "Foster Mother of the World."
(12) Officials of Pet Dairy Products Company.
(13) Eleven Pet trucks.
(14) Laboratory Control.
(15) All haulers, can and signs. .
At 2:45 P. M. Milking contest, Mayor of Waynesville
vs. Mayor of Hazelwood.
Milk drinking contest, President of Rotary Club vs.
President of Lions' Club.
Ice Cream eating contest, members of Waynesville Bar.
Can rolling contest, Pet employees, Grade "A" Depart
ment vs. Mix Department.
Pet Officials Are
Plant Will Kemain Open Daily
From 8 A, M. To 8 P. M.
(Yowds that exceeded all expec
tations have thronged through the
new and modern milk plant of Pet
Dairy Products Company here for the
lirst three days of the wet U, and ac
cording to Kred II. Yeareut. the next
three dav;- will sec evi n larger at
tendance. The doors of t h- plant were thrown
open tor inspection of the plant on
Mondav morning, and remain open
1 1 om eight in the moniii'g until the
same hour in the evening. I'Yec ice
cream is given each person inspecting
Saturday ni-hi will complete a
Week of the ir.o'-t i lain. rate forma!
opening staged hy any le
. On this same page, is
schedule of i he program
uiaiiuler of the week. The high spots
being the two-day cooking school and
he crowning of the "Milk Iieauty
Queen ' at the Park Theatre Friday
night at nine o'clock.
Several ollieials of the Pet Dairy
Products Company were here during
the lust of the week enjoying the
"scnd-ofl ' being- given the plant by
.itizens ol the community.
A glance at the reeord of the local
creameiv reveals that in a short
period, the business has grown to
knell a point that even oflicials are
amazed at what has been accom
plished. It was in June, 1!KM, that the
ar,0(M plant of Western Carolina
C reamery, owned by J. M. Smith, anil
managed by W. R. Woodall opened
its doors. The plant at that time
catered to ice cream and butter, with
C. I), Ketner in charge of that de
partment. Hefore many months had
passed, the' plant was enlarged to
take care of increasing business. Ah
the ice cream and butter business
grew, the company took, over the
handling of law inilk from tirade
"A" dairies here and installed mod
ern pasteurization equipment, and
put on the local market, pasteurized
milk for the. first time.
'1 he plant, under the ownership of
Mr. Smith, grew beyond his fondest
hopes, and in January ol 111.17, rep
resentatives of Pit Dairy Product
Company negotiated a deal for the
purchase of the plant.
In the meantime, the rruntv" agent -oflico
a.al Chamber ot Commerce
started a campaign for better ilan v
(llst'.IH lelll ;f
herds. it h-.n a
era I I hi me among
nir.'ele etl sto k. anil
of thi h t k. I i1
When' IV. j.m i. eve
IiU.ua rv, t In can
largllig I II- ..elllO'e sv:
0H llit!ir of
winch is in
III t 111' el
i i 'i j I ' .-':-. I es e. ! I"!
ml t' i I , .
for 1'ei I
uetr. is far ta
IP) ' O i'i I 'M 1
!i,ivn daily, allhougn
this plrirt .".re now
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b-i.-.g ; urned
re t.irs- section )
Local Pet Rkna
If 4 1
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s Plant Vote In The "Milk Beauty Queen", Contest