Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 29, 1946 · Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, MAY ZD, 1046. ^ or .he Herald", HomeiMfcer, by I, wa Sta te College Home Economists Baking With— THE NEW 80-PERCENT FLOUR You'll have to sharpen your baking; wits, say nutritionists, to be sure of a loaf of bread or other oven product that's up to nro- cmcrgcncy flour par. Bilking with the new 80-percent flour is another challenge to the homemaker who prides herself in her culinary arts. We've heard talk nboltt the greyncss of the 80-percent flour; that it falls easily: that it results in a hard, dry product. But Jewel Graham, extension nutritionist at Iowa State Col- !cse. says products made with 80-percent Hour can be Rood—providing the homcmakcr takes time to learn the technique of handling the new tlour. Unless the manufacturer of the new tluur nives some tested recipes with the Hour purchase, Miss Graham says to follow the standard recipes as usual. But. she says, keep experimenting until you discover what makes the best product. Especially watch tlfe proportion of flour to liquid. The new tlour lias a knack of absorbing more moisture and then not being able to WM. C. BAKKUM CHIROPRACTOR . In Postvllle Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays 2 jJOSEPH B. STEELE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office Over Abcrnethy's Store Telephone No. 240 DR. H. D. COLE Dentist hold it. Dough Never Satiny. In baking plain yeast bread. Miss Graham warns against adding too much additional flour. The dough never will become satin smooth; it remains slightly sticky. So mix it slowly and watch the amount of flour you "clean up" in the bowl. Rising time for breads with the new flour are not as long as for the "old." It shouldn't double itself in bulk on either the first rising or after it is shaped into loaves because there's danger of collapse from over-rising. Using milk as the liquid ingredient will counteract some of that collapse, but it's better to guard against over- rising in the first place. In regard to collapse of a baked product, never increase the shortening in any recipe where 80-percent flour ; is to be used. The additional shorten- i ine weakens the gluten structure, and 'the product collapses. Thai. .Miss | Graham says, goes for any product— biscuits, muffins, cake or bread. I Richer Doughs (iood. I Richer doughs including eggs make satisfactory breads from the new "80- percent Hour. However. Miss Graham advises against mixing up a rich refrigerator dough to keep in the ice box more than three days. Combining the new tlour with soy flour for breads will not give a choice bake of bread. The heavy soy flour is too much extra baggage to expect the 80-percent Hour to carry. However, experiments at the college show that whole wheat flour combines with the new fairly satisfactorily, though it gives a smaller loaf. Herald Want Ads bring results! Office Over Citizens State Rank Dr. F. W. KIESAU, M.D. Dr. M. F. KIESAU, M. D. Office Over Louis Schuttc's Hours—Dally 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 Wed. and Sat.—7 to 8:30 p. in. Dr. C. M. Morgan VETERINARIAN Office Opposite Post Office Telephone No. H6-J LOUIS SCHUTTE WILLARD SCHUTTE Funeral Directors and Eraba\mcrs Cut Flowers For AH Occasions BURLING & PALAS ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW f Office Over Postvllle State Bank J. W. MYERS, M.D. Office Over Luhroan & Sander* Telephones: OBIce 188-W Residence 188-X Dr. R. F. Schneider VETERINARIAN p hone No. 170 Postville, Iowa D »y and Nl»ht Calls Answered Office In The Iris Theatre Building AUCTIONEERING Having recently graduated from the Reisch American School of Auctioneering, I am prepared to handle all types of sales, as household, real estate and farm auctions. Will be glad to consider your needs for an auctioneer and invite your inquiries. ELDON DULL AUCTIONEER Phone 2I2-F-1GI Monona, Iowa NON-SKID STREAMLINED EASY TO CLEAN FLOOR BEAUTY - n,-. W .on > I I, m ill.I Only At THE FARMERS STORE Monona and Postville Rendering Service We Pay Up To— $2.50 For Horses and Cows Permit « For Prompt Service Telephone POSTVILLE LOCKER SERVICE Telephone No. 288 Monona 'Farmers Phonr No. 2M Allamakee Rendering Works Call 555 Postville ALL DEAD ANIMALS • LARGE OR SMALL We Pay Cash and Meet All Competition WE WILL PAY FOR THE CALL! Capitol New* Letter. (Continued from Page Throe) Sioux City as a brokeman 'and later for the North Western in Chicago as a special agent ofTlce employe. He has never done a great deal of campaigning for public office, despite all of his attempts to gain a nomination. He confines hfs activities to sending unique types of literature, such as magic blotters which bring out a message when dipped in water, to friends. After leaving the railroad business he returned to Sioux City and entered the advertising business. He also became interested in taxpayer problems and heads the league in Sioux City. He is unmarried. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. Earl G. Miller, 57, Des Moines, is trying a comeback for this office. He held it from 1938 to 1942. Tn 1942 he ran unsuccessfully for the Republican gubernatorial nomination, losing to B. B. Hickenlooper, 180, 211 to 45, 282. While in the secretary's office, Miller was on the outs with other Republicans. Result: The legislature stripped his department clean of everything save the real estate division, forming a new public safety department. Born January 31, 1889 at Carlisle, Iu., he lived with his grandmother from age five. He attended Des Moines schools and the Chicago University of Applied Science. From 1924-30 he served the late Gov. John Hammill as a special investigator. From 1930-35 he was a real estate agent in Des Moines and then entered the pawn shop business for three years until his election to office. He operated a small hotel after his defeat, later going into the furniture business. His campaigning has been retarded because of two recent heart attacks. He was married to his present wife, Miss Ruby Wert, January 9, 1924. Wayne M. Ropes. 47. Onawn real estate agent, is seeking his third term as secretary of state. He was first elected in 1942 after running sixth in a field of seven in the Republican primary that year but winning the nomination it the state convention, since no primary opponent received the necessary 35 percent of the vote. Born at Onawa Oct. 23, 1898, Ropes was educated in its public schools and at National Business Training college in Sioux City. He enlisted iu the navy during World War I. serving until his discharge May 17. 1919, most of the time in battle areas. Following the war he became an accountant until 1920-21 when he homesteaded in Wyoming, returning to Onawa to accept employment in the Monona county recorder's ofTicc in 1922-23. He became deputy recorder in 1923 and was elected recorder in 1921, being re-elected three times. In 1933 he accepted a position in the receivership division of the state banking department. In 1936 he became a salesman for Western Engineering company and in 1937 set up a real estate business. He served in the 1939 house of representatives from Monona county. He was married to Cora Grapes, Oct. 23. 1919. They have a son, John, and a daughter, Majayne. FOR COMMERCE COMMISSIONER. (Two to Be Nominated.) David B. Long. 62, Des Moines, is seeking his second term as a commerce commissioner. He was elected in 1942. Long was born on a farm in Lucas county, Sept. 2, 1883, educated in schools in the vicinity. He taught school for a short time before entering the newspaper business at Russell, St. Charles and Osceola with his brother, Joe L. Long. After 12 years he became a salesman of municipal equipment and maps, a business which he followed until 1939 when he became a county home inspector for the state board of control. He served there until his election. He is married to the former Myrtle Murry. They are parents of a daughter, Mrs. Dean R. Duncan of Los Angeles. Warren MacHenry, 59, Des Moines, is no newcomer to state government although he is seeking his first elective public office. He has served as an examiner in the inheritance tax division of the state tax commission for the last 12 years, excepting six months when he served as superintendent of the securities deportment under Earl G. Miller, then secretary of state. Born June 2, 1886 at Philadelphia, MacHenry attended grade school there and was graduated from a high school operated by Girard college. He entered the University of Pennsylvania's college of law and was graduated in 1902 with a law degree. He moved to Des Moines in 1892 and worked as an accountant. He was married to Mrs. Violet H, Harrison July 1, 1944. They have two daughters by her previous marriage, Francis, 17 and Marian, 10. B. M. Richardson, 50, Cedar Rapids, is no newcomer to state politics. Ho first ran for the office he now holds when the commission was the railroad commission. That was in 1924. He was re-elected in 1928 but met defeat in 1942. He's trying for a fifth term. Born at Brighton. Ia., February 19. 1898, he attended schools there -and at Pleasant Plain academy. He served in the army during World War I and became connected with the Western Weighing and Inspection bureau in Cedar Rapids. While out of office in 1933-39. he engaged in general traffic work. He was married to Ida Mae Sieg, Topeka, Kan., Sept. 22, 1917. They have a son, Donald. Lloyd R. Smith, 34, Forest City, is making his first bid for commerce commission nomination. He is a veteran of World War II, having served in the navy. Prior to entering service, he was employed six years in the state treasurer's office, the last five as an auditor and field representative. Born on a Winnebago county farm, Nov. 3, 1911, Smith attended rural schools and was graduated from Forest City high school. He attended Waldorf college in Forest City for two years, transfering to Chillicothe, Mo„ business college and then to Drake university. He became interested in politics as a clerk in the state senate. Before accepting state employment he spent a year as office underwriter for Aetna Insurance company in Des Moines. He was married to Elaine Solyst. January 15, 1939. They have four children. Daniel, 7, Lloyd. Jr., 5, David, 4, and Lois, Hi. Unopposed candidates for state office include: For Governor: Frank Miles. Democrat, Des Moines. For Lieutenant Governor: Kenneth A. Evans. Republican (incumbent), Emerson: Sewell E. Allen, Democrat, Onawa. For Secretary of State: M. P. Hogan, Democrat, Dubuque. For Auditor: C. B. Akers, Republican i incumbent), Ottumwa; W. A. Yager. Democrat. Spirit Lake. Eor Secretary of Agriculture: Harry D. Linn. Republican I incumbent), Des Moines: F. J. McMahon, Democrat, Manning. For Attorney General: Upton B. Kepford, Democrat. Waterloo. For Commerce Commissioner: (Two to be nominated) Isaac Snyder, Centerville and Ray Walsh, Varina, both Democrats. For Superintendent of Public Instruction: Jessie M. Parker, Republican (incumbent), Lake Mills; Laura M. Nanes, Democrat, Ottumwa. IN MEMORIl'M. * Whether you axe a mlld,me« it ^ dium or severe case.. .whether ^ you use • hearing aid or not * ..•. Important discoveries make * * possible the greatest help ever * ^ offered to the hard of hearing. ^ ACOUSTICON CO. Write or call for free booklet or consultation and demonstration. JOHN I. LARSON McGregor, Iowa Harold W. Bender of Waterloo Township REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR SUPERVISOR Term Commencing January 1,1948 . —•— Your Vote and Support is Earnestly Solicited HIGHER PRICES! FOR DEAD ANIMALS Small Animals are just as acceptable to us as larger ones! We are paying higher prices for dead animals! By Higher Prices we do not mean MERELY meeting competition. Due to present conditions of roads Tankage is available at Art Ricker's Service Station, The supply is limited. You may either call us collect at our plant, telephone No.-1000, or if more convenient, see or call the service station of ART RICKER in Postville, No. 287. Postville Rendering FLOYD BLY, Proprietor VOTE FOR \E\ Theodore Ted" Rumph, Jr. Veteran of World War II Republican Candidate For Allamakee County Sheriff Ted" Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support ilS Henry N. Quanrude Republican Candidate For Supervisor Allamakee County Term Beginning January 1, 1948 Not dead to us who loved him. Not lost, but gone before. He lives with us in memory And will forevermore. In memory of our father, John J. Koevenig who passed away June 12, 1945,—Mrs. Edward Weimer and Mrs: | Orville Stafford. I take this opportunity to thank the people of the county for entrusting the office to me in the past. My constant effort has been to serve ALL the people in the county and in seeking the office again, I want to assure all that this will be my constant aim in the future. I solicit your vote and support at the June Primary. Training and Experience Has No Substitute NOMINATE OTTO H. FOSSUM Republican Candidate For Clerk of (he District Court of Allamakee County at the Primary Election on June 3 Your Vote and Support Will Be Greatly Appreciated. BERNARD A. HOULIHAN Candidate For , State Representative Allamakee County On the Democratic Ticket At*the Primary Election on June 3rd Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated 'I 'in I.,i in , * ,,|, 1 "' .V In,. I. I < R( ISS 1 )11 1(1

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