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This Day in Norwood History-January 22, 1953-Free TV Cooking School With Edna Lewis Marshall Returns To Norwood Starting Monday

Returning to Norwood by popular demand, the third annual free television cooking school, “Fun With Food,” featuring the popular television star, Edna Lewis Marshall, will be presented at the Norwood Theatre starting Monday, January 26.

Homemakers of Norwood and nearby sections who attended the j first presentation of the “Fun With Food” cooking school last year in Norwood will derive pleasure and profitable experience from Mrs. Marshall’s demonstrations m her return engagement.

Presented by First National Stores, Mrs. Marshall will be seen hero complete with model kitchen, recipes, and in addition, over 150 free prizes. The “Fun With Food” free Cooking School will play for four days, Monday. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, January 26, 27, 28, 29, from 10 a.m. to 12 m. There is no admission charge and nothing to buy.

Co-operation locally on this event is Sam’s Auto Supply Company appliance dealer, who is donating the grand prize of a brand new 3953 Gibson Refrigerator valued at $359.95 Other dally prizes will include 15 bags of food, as well as the food hems prepared on the stage by Mrs. Marshall.

First National Stores are proud to bring this outstanding food authority to Norwood. With a record of food experience longer than your arm Mrs. Marshall has an international background of home economics in general and cooking in particular. Besides obtaining major degrees in colleges in the United States she took special courses at the famous Cordon Bleu in Paris. In addition to this she studied in Germany under the direction of two high-ranking chefs who were formerly attached to Hitler’s crack flotilla.

Women of Norwood and vicinity are urged to attend these outstanding cooking school sessions. Capacity audiences’ have greeted Mrs. Marshall on her previous lectures throughout New England and it Is expected that the Norwood Theatre will be packed for each of the four sessions of “Fun With Food.“

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