The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1937 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 26, 1937
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MONDAY, APRIL 20, ios? BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)'. COUfclfiU NEWS Courier News Pteseute THIS EIGHT f REEL FULL LENGTH AN ENTIRELY NEW AND DIFFERENT KIND OF FEATUR A^T H RILLIN G T RE AT T AT ? TH E ROXY THEATRE ACTUAL DEMONSTRATIONS DAYS Tues. Wed. Thurs. DATES MAY 4-5-6 DOORS OPEN 1:45 P. M. Picture Starts 2:30 P. M. RECIPES "The Bride Wakes Up" is an entirely new "anH different kind of Cooking School. |f has romance, humor, giamour—it will hold your interest every minute you are in the audience.' For the first time at a Cooking School you will be able to see every single one of the important steps in the preparation of a recipe. Mixing, blending, stirring, baking—all the : many and varied points essential to successful cookery are shown in close-up on the screen. And lots of new and interesting recipes are demonstrated in the model kitchens' especially built for this picture. / The picture will be entertaining as weil as in- * structive. The various characters in the picture are portrayed by talented actors and actresses—» the picture was made in HoIK/woo'd. .You will see real-life situations—similar to the ones you encounter every day — actually reenacted on the screen. ,You will understand the problems of a bride and see how she adjusts herself to her new life as a wife and home-maker. There will be daily gifts for some fortunate women, and of course free recipes for every one. SUPERB EVENT PLAN NOW TO BE THERE

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