The Caddo Herald
June 24, 1938
Caddo Housewives Attend Cooking School Wednesday
The sweet aroma of baking ham mixed with vegetables was the greeting to the group of women who attended the Oklahoma Gas & Electric Co. cooking school at the Legion Hut Wednesday afternoon. Those who declared that they weren’t hungry soon became so when Miss Kathleen Henry, supervisor of the Home Service department and instructor for the school began bringing forth the many delicacies cooked in the electric cookers.
Twenty-five women came to learn more in the art of cookery and three of these were awarded prizes, prizes that were prepared by Miss Henry in her demonstrations. Mrs. J. A. Davis received a complete meal prepared by the broiling method. Mrs. J. C. Davison was presented an angel food cake and Mrs. W. H. Rudisill an entire meal with a baked ham as the center of attraction.
Miss Henry, who has given demonstrations here before, and who makes it a point to visit individual homes as a part of her work, has many friends in Caddo who look forward to her demonstrations. She is assisting in a campaign for bringing electric cookery to the local housewife