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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 24, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 9

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' Miss Ha.nnah" L. Wessling at work,
in her "baking-room."
Miss Hannah 4L. Wessling is- Uncle
Sam's professional bajcer. .iBer mis-.
sion, is mererbjd-xualdnljUt.Rqt'in:
an ordinary kitchen. ;Her Wafrk is:
done jta gcmmentrM1oge3.:
The loaves she makes are used as
tests to. set new' standards for the
-American. housewife and' the profes
sional baker.
Miss e'Wteling's. careful experiments
are expected, to solve many problems
of the woman who makes .her own"
bread.. Far instance, her tests will
.-probably determine . the best-sized
loaf to bake and the right tempera
ture of-4the oven. They are expected
'to.;settie. the problem of proper selec
tions of -flour and quantities of flour;
ialso .proportions of liquid, salt, sugar,
etc., to be used.
. Women flag'hear.ers are; being em
pWjtejl iby. the Mexjcan, . government,

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