The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 133, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 4, 1916 Page: 4 of 10
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Free Cooking School
1 Sturts Monday at 2:15
Th* Nm hu sot iui*b be-
kind in th« rooognitloa of tb*
dawn of a bottor day tor the
haaiwwlte. fUaltatng that rbo
•▼•raff* homewtte baa vary Ift-
i ' tta ehaae* for th# atudy of the
* . Bon advanced method* of rook*
[. j lag and **rving of practical **wry
I “day aionaa, The
Nowa baa aa*
an rad lira. Bortba Wlleock. lar-
torar of cooking aad kltobaa
aeoaomy to conduct a fire day
free rooking school. The ft ret
lecture will be glraa Monday
afternoon at >:lt fa the MuM-
aal Art Iaatttnte. There will be
a com plot# change of program
at each eeaelon aad everythin*
la connection with tbo affair la
free to the women of thle city
Tha aim of thaaa free 1 ort urea
will be to taka tka drudgery out
of houaework. Mra. Wilcock
will abow newer, simpler and
eMler were of doing those very
, things the hou*»w tfc find* ner ,
i rsssry every dav *nd will dem
on si rate the practical items which j
make up the dally hill of fare In
the average home.
economy will he the keynote j
of the rooking school. Practical j
recipe* of every day service will
amke up the prnyraru* Instead
of tha hard-tn-prepaie and eel
dom-used menus so often demon i
atrated by rooking school ex |
Mrs. Wllrork will prepare he:
dishes before the < laa* each (lay
and the results will he offered
to those In attendance ao that
they may see for themselves the
merit of h*>i methods.
as a guest of The News, bring*
tag not# hooka aad penoils tor
taking down the recipes and
dishes and spoons tor sampling
the many good things that win
Remember the school opens I
Monday afternoon at 2: IB In th*!,^
Musical Art Institute. Mrs WII-
enrk will be Introduced to her j
Oklahoma City classes hy Mrs
Every women In Oklahomii
City Is Invited for each and
every lecture In the course (one
The Aluminum Cooking
utensils ussd will be furnished by lbs NATION
CO HAltDWARK. 11« West Orand Thesa
aisnslls ars in alt weights and will demonstreie
that It la not always Hie heaviest aluminum
utensil that Is the best
Mrs. Wilcock selected our line a* being tbs
most comprehensive assortment In town tf
there had been a better line she would have
used It—but there Is none
THE NATION HARDWARE
M« WBBT QRAND.
All Meats and
Used by Mrs. Bertha Wilcock in her
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PRICE & SON
Htrln"lfs Meet Dealer*.
I a* W. OA»i. IHONE M. Ron or W. .VMkV
Is unqualifiedly en-
dorsed at The News
Mrs. Wilcock uses HOL8LM Bread exclusively in her
If there was a better bread made In Oklahoma Cltf,
Mra. WUrock would uee lt-
BUT THERE IS NO BETTER BREAD
TRY A I/OAK TODAY!
Fightmaster Baking Company
The Cooking School Haiti Monday. The main idea in getting
this op is to help you save, to show you bow to prepare better food
at lew expense. Also to instruct you in the necessities of modern
kitchen conveneacies. Next to the stove which, of course is abso-
lutely necessary, when it comes to saving, the refrigerator, is possibly
the greatest help.
Th# White Mountain
needs no introduction as it
has long been recognised
as the king. A White
Mountain will be used by
Mrs. Wilcox next week
in tke cooking school.
She will explain Its many
points of superiority. The
White Mountain will help
you save in many ways.
Von will save on your
purchase price, you will
•eve on your Ico bill, you
will save in the abolnte per-
fect condition any food
placed ia it is.
Recreation in Music
Edison new Diamond Disc will be
on display every afternoon of next
week «t the Musical Art Institute.
Change of Program Daily.
Ditzell Music Company
320 West Main.
Tin Chest With the
Chill in It
The GaMa Tinian Cooker
fc pnfcabfr the gnatest aid ia
■r aea got
XAXS. You will gay* oa yoar
«— bin hot ye> eaa mra
bmn m yoar mm MU, m yam
THE GREATEST VALUE
EVER OFFERED IN A
Wc want every lady to compare this Kitchen-ola
Cabinet with any cabinet offered elsewhere in this city at
$35.00 and see if we are not saving her $10.00.
■V an tender aad Juicy
b ■eat gnp—d ia a
you the 1
THE PEOPLE'S FAVORITE STORE
now, let us
Mrs. Reft ha Wilcock, who will con-
duct the Free Cooking School for Th*
News, will fell you how to make wash
day In th# homo a thing of the past.
Hoar her each day on one of the fol-
The Modern Laundry
Then, to satisfy yourself about our
careful service, pay our modern, sani-
tary and sunlit laundry a visit. It will
prove both educational and to your
advantage to see our modern machines
and efficient methods In operation.
Come any time to auit your con-
"The Laundry with a Conscience."
J. I/. King, Mgr. Phone W. 963.
‘real syrup goodness”
Former Jones I# real syrup goodness. Serve It oa hat
cakes each morning and you flud all the family Juat banging
around the breakfast tab'e the> don’t want to leave. Far-
mer Jones Is a pure sorghum canc s>rup made In the very
heart of the section of Kan**# land which growa the finest
When at th* Cooking
School visit the New
State booth where Farm-
er Jones syrup will be
served with hot cakes
and coffee. The excel-
lence of Farmer Jones
syrup will be eepedally
emphasised too, by the
cooking school lecturer.
New State Booth
Mrs. Bertha Wilcock. the expert in art of culinary
will use the Caloric Fireless Cook Stove during herM
lectures on good cooking next week at Musical Ar"
Institute. This wonderful stove cooks everything any
other stove will and more convenient for you. Several
sizes. Priced from $10.50 up.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
raxuroiD 9 rAVUltllC S
Doc & Bill
THE NOME FURIRSNERS
___ _BOCB, B<I5!
OTMXK — me PUCg
304-6 WEST MAIN ST.
Tha kitchen manager of today
*• laager dopes da apoa 'Tha
harm^-x^f “4 "***
——ta h«t aha kaowa to th*
ftMttaa of aa oaaoa Jaat how
Hack or an* tagrodtoat mat
*• tmd fe Cho propaiaUoa of
^ USE IT
Mrs. Wilcock uses—
only the best materials in her work
—products she can personally
recommend. For that reason
1 MRS. WILCOCK 1
| Pure Food Products |
| SUPREME AND §
■ WHITE LEAF LARD I
Meets With Every Requirement
FLEISCHMANN’S YEAST Supreme Lard is Pure Leaf Lard
=j Open Kettle Rendered
The hrtdo w
vlh* MU aad tho _
*■ vhtto «Uk eote, l 1-1 plate
IH Mill. 1 1-X oa*. of caroottoao
*»4 tho brills—* Ida whtto and
Kt*k now Moo*.— Tho Calgary
Toxjy ak* a** aopl—
M White Leaf Lard is Pure Lard m
LIQUID FOOD COLORS
Hams and Bacon I
Red Fruit Coloring, Lemon
Yellow, Apple Green, etc., will
be used in the demonstration
of cakes by Mr*. Wilcock. at
the Mualcai Art Institute.
A Liquid Color is
Easier and Better
Helps for hurried
tender, juicy slices—
a revelation to the
most exacting pal-
Supreme Bacon —
cure d—a delicious
Marigold Oleomargarine |
Price Flavoring Extract Co.
MORRIS & CO., Packers |
Oklahoma City ||
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Parker, G. B. The Oklahoma News (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 10, No. 133, Ed. 1 Saturday, March 4, 1916, newspaper, March 4, 1916; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc860267/m1/4/: accessed December 12, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.