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talks might begin today. in the of year secretary Will Carry On With Cooking School The 23 Present Will Show Others the Same Meal. Twenty-three adults attended a cooking school at The Cornerstone Cornerstone conducted Wednesday by Mrs. June Lamme, Home economist of the University Extension Extension Center. A complete meal consisting of Spanish rice meat dish, salad, bread, beverage and dessert was demonstrated and served. Carolyn Breeden and Grace Lamp greeted guests gave out name tags and registered those in attendance. Donna Helm assisted with the food preparation. She and Sharon Sharon Golden helped serve the 23 adults and eight children. Each one who attended this first cooking school will show at least one other person how to prepare thi s meal, and will report report how many she showed at the next meeting. Each will also also invite guests to attend with her the next time. Mrs. Richard McKinney, Mrs. Bev Kimbrou'gh, Mrs. Ruby Jacobs and Mrs. Nancy Ewing will help with demonstrations of special recipes for the next cooking school, which has been scheduled for 1:30, Wednesday, May 29, at the Cornerstone. PUPILS OF MRS. SAVAGE GIVE PIANO RECITAL Trenton Mr. 1649 attend at

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  1. The Chillicothe Constitution-Tribune,
  2. 10 May 1968, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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