The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 4, 1960 · Page 3
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,• tf'i ., T : V* Rifes Held For Ex-Whitfemore Paper Editor Whittemore — Funeral srr- virfs for Joe Nf.rds(!th. Emory, fjoulh Dakotn, wore, held Mon- flay Ropi. 2fi, nl 11 n.m. in Emery and nl 3 p.m. ? ,t C.-inton, South J)nkot.n. Burinl was nlso at Canton. Those who n.11 ended service* rmm here were Mr and Mrs L J»- Pf-rtl. Mr and Mrs Arch> VoiBl, Mr and Mrs Herman J'>iKt. /Mr and Mrs Relnhnrd /.unwh and Leo Nurre, Mr Nordseth was former editor of the Whittcmoro. Champion, which ho oporatod from 19. r ), r ) until 1958 when he sold it, to Leo Nnrrc, the present printer. Hetty Dcjrnor, daiiKhter of Mr and Mrs Clelus Derner, was one "f 21 graduates of the Pierre School of Practical Nursing, Picr- i'' 1 . South Dakota, who received diplomas- at ceremonies held Sept. 25. Supremo Court Judge I'rank Biotiolmoier ndclrossocl the graduating class am: T. F. Higgs. M, D. presented the diplomas.' Miss Derner pjans to accept employment in SI. Ann's hospital in Algona. St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society, Fairvillo, entertained the St. Paul's Aid Society in the church parlors Wednesday afternoon. Craig Zimmermann was released from the Iowa City hospital Tuesday. [ A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs George Meyer Tuesday evening to celebrate I heir 4f)lh wedding anniversary. Present wore Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert and family, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Edwin Grained, and family Mr and Mrs Bert Soely and family, Mi- and Mrs Harry Scely, and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mr, and Mrs William Osl- wald and daughters. Wednesday •evening guests were Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy, Mr and Mrs Henry Wiehlendahl and Mr and Mrs Erwin Siqms. Henry Knock of Algona and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heiden- ivilh and son Lyle w,ore Thursday evening callers at the homo of Mr and Mrs Art Heidenwith. New Butternut Bred Reaches Local Consumers A new "curling" method for making nn improved white bread has recently been perfected by Interstate Bakeries of Kansas City, Mo., and is being featured by loi'iil area grocers. Tuesday, 6et. 4, 1960 AlooncTdo.) Upper DM Moinet-3 Nnmed "Tcnder-Ciirling" by its inventor, the process results in n loaf of superior flavor,'texture, nnd whitenths. Tests have indicated that the bread also rr- lairis its freshness longer. The dough for most breads goes into the baking pan in a single elongated piece. After the dough rises, it is baked. The new Butternut, however, is gently coiled or curled before baking. This process both 'stretches the dough-cells, and presses out air bubbles. "We anticipated a lighter, rrft>re tender loaf resulting from our process," says Duard Enoch, Director of Product Research of Interstate. "But v/e also learned, as we perfected our technique, that curling the bread-dough allowed us to bake it longer, without drying out. The longer bread is baked, the belter is tastes." This additional advantage of render-Curling accounts for the true bread flavor of Tender-Curled Butternut, a quality long sought! by commercial bakeries. Test panels of housewives were especially impressed by the whiteness and smooth, fine-textured quality of the new loaf. Homemakers Met The Plum Creek Homemakers met Sept. 28 with an organizational tea at the community room, with- Mrs Ronald Gardner. Mrs John Scuffham. Mrs Waller Mesher, Mrs George Kain and Mrs Emma PaeU us hostesses. Visit Poultry Farm Six poultrymen from the Whit- temoro area recently, visited the ITy-Line research and breeding farm near Johnston, la. They were William A. Hannover, Herman Riggert, -Mr an^ Mrs- John Erpelding and Mr and Mrs Sam Mogler. 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