Annual Event Starts Next Tuesday; To Award Hundreds Of Free Prizes
Final plans have been completed for the big three-night Cooking School sponsored by the Norwood Free Press to be held next Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday evening at the Norwood Junior High School auditorium
Featuring valuable and interesting instruction in economical homemaking and the awarding of more than 300 prizes to the women attending the school will be conducted by Mrs. Katherine Fellmy, lecturer and home economist who is well known to Norwood cooking school audiences. Doors will open each evening at 7 o clock with the demonstrations beginning at 8.
Norwood merchants arc cooperating in the school by contributing valuable merchandise articles which will be given away free at the final session In order for those attending to become eligible to win one or more of these prizes, coupons appearing In today’s Messenger must be filled out and deposited in the respective stores.
Mrs. Fellmy has prepared three entirely new programs for the Norwood event. A cooking demonstration will feature casyto-pre- pare. Inexpensive recipes to show the homemaker that cooking may be made easy and reasonable even with prevailing high food prices. In view of present prices, Mrs. Fellmy has. given much consideration to the expense and length of time involved in the preparation of the dishes she has selected for her demonstration.
Mrs. Fellmy is a graduate of the Fannie Farmer School of Cookery and for a number of years was on the staff of one of New England’s largest home service departments.
Included among the hundreds of prizes which will be awarded women of Norwood and vicinity attending the ce&sions are foods from some of the leading manufacturers of the nation and include table-ready meals from John P Squire Company, Betty Alden Bread and Kybo Coffee from the First National Stores, Royal Baking Powder, Chcvall cheeses, V-8 catsup, and other Standard Brands products and a display of vegetables from the Suffolk Farms. These foods will be used in Mrs. Fellmy’s demonstrations and many of the women attending will take home various food items.
At each session, there will be given away 20 large bags of groceries valued al from $3 to $3.50, 30 smaller bags, 30 household specialties, all the food cooked on the stage, dozens of Babijuice oranges, and many special prizes at the final session. Free souvenirs will be distributed at each session and five pieces of the latest type Wooster-ware waterless cookers, contributed by Roger Feldman of United Utilities and Specialties Corporation will be given away on the final night of the school.
A program of the cooking for each session will be presented to each woman as she enters the hall. The women will also receive a sample of well-cooked banana scallops prepared by the fruit dispatch demonstrators at the door and served hot.
(The Following ads for brands taking part in the cooking school ran in this edition of the paper)
(All articles were originally published in the Norwood Messenger unless otherwise noted)
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