Arcadia Tribune Newspaper Archives Apr 6 1937, Page 5

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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - April 6, 1937, Arcadia, California Page five Arcadia California tuesday april 6,1937 the Arcadia Tribune. I i of cd it tvs of Quot Parade of new ideas at the Tribune cooking school wed., thurs., fri., april 7, 8, 9 City Hall auditorium 2 to 5 each afternoon gifts surprises fat j tomorrow is the opening session of the Arcadia Tribune Sall electric cooking school a _ a Al free w wednesday april 7 thursday april 8 Friday april 9 to be held each Day from 2 to 4 p. M. At the Arcadia City Hall auditorium fre e fre e new recipes novel suggestions for party menus up to the minute food information Short cuts in meal preparation use of leftovers buying menu planning other subjects of Paramount importance to every Home maker will be discussed in the three afternoons of the cooking school. We. R s x t by miss Nancy Baker Home economist in charge if you Are interested in the latest fashions in foods smart entertaining and practical suggestions for your own meal planning we have a treat for you at our free cooking school. There Are Many Happy surprises in store for everyone and All you have to do is just come Many valuable gifts Given away also electric a la carte cooker and Waffle Grid combination. Value $1 .95. Will be Given away first two Days. In addition to other merchandise gifts free mix master value $23.25 will be Given away free on last Day of school Friday april 9,1937 be sure to attend every Day and bring a Friend Many comfortable seats. Saved enough for a dress because she attended the. Happy Kitchen cooking school Vou. Too i in be interested in the Many new ideas inexpensive and delicious recipes using leftovers Short cuts in looking food farts better buying cooking serving at the cooking school. Learn How to serve appetizing and wholesome meals yet save enough to buy that new dress for v ourself

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