-.WEDNESDAY, APlUt M, 1937 BIA'TllEVILLB (AUK.)' COURUOU NEWS Free Cooking School Thursday and Friday EXPECT ON F Public Invited to Attend Demonstration at City Auditorium Newest and best methods of food preparation and the serving of meals will be demonstrated before audiences of women from throughout tills section who will athcr nt the city hall auditorium tomorrow and Friday afternoons for n cooking school sponsored by the B. B. Gee Sales 'company, the Arkansas-Missouri Power company and the WesUnghouse Electric and Manufacturing company. The demonstrations will be conducted by Mrs. Gusslc B. Anderson, nationally known food authority, who comes here from the WesUnghouse kitchens. She will be aided by Mrs. Pearl Spencer, home economist of the Arkansas- Missouri Power company. These two women will bring a comprehensive course of electric cookery and refrigeration in the two day session, together wiUi many interesting and useful kitchen hints. The school is free to nil women who arc interested In learning better methods anil more NABERS & NABERS GROCERY Cooperating in the COOKING $C|IOQL at the City Hall Auditorium Will Hold School Many of the nationally advertised brantis we handle arc used in demonstrations by Mrs. Gussie B. Anderson,: Westinghouse food >expert, •in her "lectures • here Thursday ami .'Friday. "Nabers has a line stock of groceries and meats and I find their prices arc reasonable," Mrs. Anderson said, after visiting'our store.:. Fancy Food at Reasonable Prices Free Delivery Phone 184 Founcl-Refrige'rator Which Instantly Releases Ice Cubes Mrs. Gu-ssie IS. Anderson ni-mit food preparation and service, i • In addition to the tlemonstra lions and lectures, sponsors of the school. In cooperalloii witli local merchants, will give away a number of desirable prizes eacli claj of tlie school. Mrs/ Anderson has hod man} years experience in specialise food activities with Mbrslmll Field and Co., of Chicago, as supervisor of service and efficiency • expert several years with Ihc Rocheslei Chamber of Commerce in Rochester, N, Y., and the United Hotels Corporation in eastern slates. Slit> also owned one of the best knowi restaurants on Chicago's South Shore Drive. In search lor the newest and best methods, Mrs. Anderson has traveled extensively In Ihls country and Europe. As hostess for the j Press Club of Los Angeles at the San Uiego Exposition in 1935 she entertained some of Hie world's best known celebrities, including many of the famous film stars wilh whom she discussed their favorite recipes. One of the greatest conveniences nnd before ttached to the use of the electric service, cfrlt'oralor since its advent was he making of !co cubes for ta- ile or beverage use. In the light if (he advantage of having Uiem available, the inconvenience that iflcn was a part of the removal if trays and individual cubes wns iverlookcd or tolerated. Yet even manufacturers of clcc- irlo refrigerators conceded that iomo rtuy somebody would solve he problem of ice tray and Ice cube removal, making tills task' as simple as removing n bottle of i nilk from .the food compartment.' Tills prophecy now sees Its fulfillment in Die 1937 .line of Friei- daires with their Instant cube release trays, according to E. 15. Oee, local Frigldaire dealer who is one of (lie sponsors of the cooking school Thursday and Friday at the. city hall auditorium here. . Mrs. Gu&sie 13. Anderson, home economist, who Is conducting Ihe school, uses the 1037 Frigidaire in I her .demonstrations and lectures on food preparation. "The 1937 Frigldnire solves " the problem ol Instantly releasing ice cubes completely, "Mr. Gee said. "Trays themselves M'e released with the automatic tray release no matter how tightly frozen, at the touch of a finger. But removing tho cubes from Ihe tray and from between Ihc grids also is the work of only n second with Ihc new instant cube release. Every fraction of an ounce of Ice is preserved for use. 'This particular feature of the new models is but one of many advantages listed under one of the basic standards for" home refrigerators, (he standard known as greater ice-ability. Included under Ihis will bo found the advantage of large ice capacity in pounds, the advantage of super fast freezing, and the advantage they lire needed for Its mud dashes in Mercury's trip around [lie aim, the temperature on the planet rises several hundred degrees on the side next to the sun, but, on the dark side, remains al about 450 degrees below zero. Iiull;ui:ui GIVILS 5-Ccnt Bill FOUT WAYNE, Illd. (UL>>—In the collection of II. O. McKown is a S-cent bill signed by U P. Kantian, mayor of Porl Way no during the Civil War. McKown estimates that during the war some 2,500 Improvised minis wero Issuing bills and coins throughout Ihe country. Pennies were being Issued by H firms lu Fort Wayne alone. A plerc of wood believed to be 20 million years old was unearthed near Kllensbiirg, Wash., In 1031, ami It was not petrified. "Jusl the menu to lend variety to Hour meals," .says Mrs. GusKio B. Amler.son, noted home economist who is comhidiiiK the Cnokint; School hero Thnvsitiiy and Friday, in referring to Armour's April "MEAL OF THE MONTH" featuring Baked Star CORNED BEEF HASH with Egg and Pickle Garnish MENU > Baked star Corned Beef Hnsh with Egg and Pickle Garnish lluttered String Deans Fruit Srtind Bowl- French Dressing I'arkcrhouse Rolls—Butter Caramel-Apple Quick Cake Whipped Cream Coifce Armour's Corned llccf Ihtsh Sold Through mm PROVISION co. Hlylhcville, Ark. "Food Preparation Begins at the Market Basket. ... .... which means SELECT FOOD CAREFULLY" THIS IS 'THE 'ADVICE OF MRS. GUSSIE B. ANDERSON Domestic Science aulhoiity who is conducting the Cooking School Tluiibtuiy nnd Friday al the City Hall LUTES' "WHKUE" EVKKYKODY'; TRADES" Was one ofUhc outslnmling food mnrkots of BlyLhe- villc selected by Mrs. Anderson for.participation.• in the food xlcmonstrations. of having plenty of below ^freezing Louis Prang made, the first i storage temperatures for .the pre- Christmas cards in America in scrvation of ice cubes after .they 'ST*. - • 'have been removed from the'trays ELECTRIC COOKING SCHOOL Conducted by Miss Anderson, expert on modern electric cooking, who comes here directly from the Westinghouse kitchens and assisted by Miss Pearl Spencer, your local Home Service worker. . Demonstrating Electric Cooking and Refrigeration Thursday & Friday, April 15-16 AT THE CITY HALL AUDITORIUM Two Interesting Sessions - Don't Miss Them! School Sponsor&d By THE E. B. GEE SALES CO. Westinghouse Electric & Mfg. Co. ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CO. 'Dependable Low Cost Electric Service" " • Etcctric cooking on Ihc nfiw : 1937 Westinghouse Electric Ranges has proved to be a sensa- itonl No one con really appreciate how justified is this strong statement unless they actually ace — actually Casio foods cooked the Westinghousc way. *'~" AN INVITATION TO YOU We want you to have this thrill. You are invited to see just how it's done... just why 'meals arc juicier... pics and cakes so perfect I. . r . why foods look better, taste belter. You will .-•want lo know the economy of electric cooking ^..thc cleanliness .. . the leisure afforded by leu hours tn the kitchen. ON THURSDAY - FRIDAY At 2 P.M. Mrs. Gussie B. Anderson City Auditorium * Hundreds of women have lo] J why tbey : are so enthusiastic about their Westinghouse Electric ..Ranges. We want you to have First-hand information on their experiences. When interviewed, th«c enthusiastic users voted for the uniformly fine coolnng results achieved — and foe .the improved flavor, texture and quality of food. Ease of convenience, kitchen cootnew; c/oan- Hnoss, economy, safety, , speed — all were singled out ns "tons" that make the Westing-house Range such a joy to use. r COME: INM D SEE FOR YO U RSE LF Simplified, improved, more beautiful' th.m ever — 1937 Wtstinshousc Ra n jw combine in niw and greater measure those "Kitchciv-proved" feature! experienced uscis say they like best. FAMOUS WESTINGHOUSE' ECONOMIZER .Cuts monthly electric• cooking coats 18%. Coolcs complete toijt and vege- .table dinner for 40% leis. WESTINGHOUSE EUCTRtc' RANGE MODERATE!.! PRICED...SHALL DOWN PATMENT^.tAST TCRHS Blytheville, Ark.
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