Brandon Times, February 1, 1923
The FairWater Creamery Company paid to its
patrons for the month of December $18,174.80.
The dairyman who received the largest check was Walter Beilke with $586.76.
And the man who got the booby was A. J. Clark with $2.29.
Very few people realize what a creamery owned by its patrons really means to
a community. It is the backbone of all other businesses in our small country towns.
Without the fairyman, our Country would not be what it is today. And our small towns or
villages would not have the business that they are enjoying.