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CHURCHES
METHODIST
Trinity — Market street at 14th
The Rev. Robert L. Jerome, minis
ter. The church school, H. A. Marks,
superintendent, meets at 9:45 a. m.
with classes for all ages. The morn
ing worship is at 11 a. m. with ser
mon by the pastor on the subject:
"Draw Near With Faith.” The
Lord’s Supper will be observed. The
evening service is at 8 p. m., with
sermon by the pastor on the topic:
"Putting Promises into Practice.”
The Young people will meet at 7:45
p. m. including the Epworth and
Hi leagues. At 3:30 p. m. there will
be a choir festival in celebration of
Music Week. This is the first in a
series which will be held through
out the city. Meeting of Boy Scouts
at 7:30 p. m. on Friday, Thomas
White, Scoutmaster. A cordial wel
come is extended to everyone to
attend the services.
Epworth—Walter Pavy, minister.
Wayside House, 815 N. Fifth St.,
Phone 2053-W. Sunday, May 5th—
10 a. m. Church school. 11, Pub
lic worship. Sermon: "Awake
Methodism!” Extracts from the
Episcopal address to the General
conference will be read. 8 p. m.
Bright Friendly service. Sermon,
‘‘Methodism Awake!" References
will be made to the findings of the
General conference in session at
Atlantic City, N. J., and personal
experiences told in connection with
city mission work. Monday, 7 p.m.
Boy Scouts. 8 p. m. Board of Stew
ards. 8 p. m. Choir rehearsal at
J. C. Maxwell’s. Tuesday. 7 p. m.
Rangers Boys club. Wednesday,
8 p. m. Prayer service. Thursday.
Missionary conference at Golds
boro conducted by Bishop Peele.
Young People's conference led by
Robert Bradshaw at Trinity Meth
odist church , at 8. On account of
this conference there will be no
meeting of the Epworth league.
Friday, at 3, Junior league. Moth
er and Daughter banquet of Mrs.
McKee’s class and friends. Satur
day, at 9:30 a. m. Boy Scouts and
Rangers hike.
Bethany: Located on the old Caro
lina Beach road. Rev. W. A. Tew,
pastor. Phone 3095-W. This coming
week there will be a series of serv
ices held in this church. The pas
tor will preach Sunday night at S
o'clock on the subject: "The Great
est Need of the Church. ’ He will
preach each night during the week.
Services will be held at the same
hour. The public is cordially invited
to attend these meetings.
Federal Point: Located two miles!
west of Carolina Beach. Rev. W. A.
Tew, pastor. Phone 3095-W. Serv
ices conducted Sunday afternoon at
3 o’clock by the pastor. Sermon
topic: "The Church -and Pentecost."
A series of services will be con
ducted by the pastor in this church
the week of May 19.
Wesley Memorial: Located at Win
ter Park. Rev. W. A. Tew, pastor. j
Congregational worship at 10 a. m. j
' At this time the pastor will preach |
the third sermon of a series on the
general topic: "Why Go To Church." :
Church school at 11 o’clock. Young
people meet at 8. Tuesday morning
Bible course on the Life of Christ
taught by Mrs. J. A. Reid in the
Ladies’ Parlour at 10 o’clock. The
: circle of the Woman’s Missionary
; society meets at the parsonage at
: 3:30 Tuesday. Prayer services Wed
; nesday night at S.
Grace—Corner Grace and Fourth
streets. Church school 9:45, A. R.
Crowe, general superintendent.
; Morning worship at 11 o’clock, ser
' mon by the pastor, the Rev. J. F.
Herbert. Evening worship at 8
p. m., sermon by the pastor. Meet
ing of board of stewards, Monday
May 6, at 7:20. Prayer meeting
. Wednesday, May 8, at 8 p. m.
The pastor has announced that
’ Gov. Clyde Hoey will speak at
• Grace church on Mother’s day,
‘ May 12, at 11 a. m.
Fifth Avenue—Fifth between Nun
and Church streets. Chancie D. Bar
dift, pastor. Church school meets at
9:45 a. m., with D. B. Branch as
general superintendent. Graded for
worship and study, there are de
partments and classes for all age
groups. Services for cnnpfrppntinnnl
worship with sermon by the pas- '
tor at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. At the
morning hour his theme will be “At
the Name of Jesus.” The sacrament
of the Lord’s Slipper will be observ
ed at this service. At the evening
hour the sermon subject will be
‘‘Presumptions Sins,” Epworth
League Service, Sunday, 7 p. m.
Regular Monthly meeting of the
Board of Stewards, Tuesday, 7 p.
m.; Quarterly Conference, 8 p. m.
Prayer meeting Wednesday, 8 p.
m., led by the pastor. You are cor
dially invited to attended all the
services of this church and to make
your church home here.
BAPTIST
Gibson Avenue—Rev. G. W. Bul
lard, pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. m. J. C. Norton, superintendent.
Classes for all ages. The Baptist
Training Union meets at 7 p. m.,
with a complete organization, G. W.
Murray, director. Worship services
at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m., at the morn
ing service the pastor will preach.
In the absence of the pastor, Dr.
J. H. Poster, pastor-emeritus of the
First Baptist church will deliver
the sermon at the night service.
Prayer service Wednesday night at
8 o’clock conducted by the pastor.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us.
Tabernacle — (Fundamental) —
Sixth and Ann. John F. Warren,
pastor. The Bible school meets at
9:45 a. m., with C. Y. Milton in
charge. We have a real Bible school
and there are classes for all ages.
. The class for men meets in the au
; ditorium and is taught by the pas
' tor. Regular services at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m. The pastor will speak
at both these hours. Music under
the direction of Mrs. W. T. Mercer.
The young people will meet at 7
p. m., with Mrs. L. L. Mills in
charge, and a cordial welcome
awaits all the young folks woh
come. Prayer and testimony services ;
each Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock '
There will be a special business j
meeting at the close of the Sun
day night services. The men of the j
church will meet Monday evening
at 7:30 o'clock. We invite every
bory who will to come and worship
with us at this old fashioned gospel
church.
Calvary—Fourth and Brunswick
streets. Earle L. Bradley, pastor.
Bible school 9:45 a. m. W. G.
Phelps, superitendent. Morning
worship 11 a. m. Subject, “Behold
the Man.” The Lord’s Supper will
be observed at this hour. B.T.U.
7 p. m. George White, director.
Evening worship, 8 p. m. Subject:
“The Second Chance. ' There will
be a baptizing at this hour. Choir
rehearsal Wednesday at 7 p. m.
Miss Florence Davis, director.
Prayer service 8 p. ni. The Work
ers’ council will meet at 6:30 p.m.
Monday. All officers and teachers
are urged to be present. The pas
tor will conduct a study course for
the Sunday school beginning at 7
p. m. Monday night. The Brother
hood will meet at the church on
Thursday night at 7 p. m. A cor
dial invitation is given to all to
attend all of these services. If you
are a visitor in town, make this
church your church.
Wrightsboro — The Rev. H. S.
Strickland, pastor. Bible school
9:45 a. m. C. J. Josenhans, super
intendent. Departments and classes
for all ages. Morning worship 11
a. m.. Mrs. J. L. Marshburn, pian
ist. Miss Helen Moore, assistant
pianist. Young peoples group meet
ings 6:45 p. m. Selma Coble, pres
ident of Seniors. Senior program
will be presented by Group Two,
led by Mrs. C. J. Josenhans. Inter
mediates in charge of Mrs. G. W.
ITask. Intermediates are begin
nings a study in the Book of Gene
ds. The Juniors are in charge of
Mrs. Emily S. Sebrell and Miss
Dorothy Stevens. Evening worship
J o’clock p. m. The pastor will
preach at both services. Regular
monthly meeting of the Deacons
Monday evening at 8 o'clock p.m.
Rosa Powell Sunbeam Band will
meet Monday afternoon 3 o’clock i
at the home of their leader, Mrs.
D. R. Murray. The Woman’s Mis
sionary society will meet Wednes
day afternoon 2:30 at the church
for their monthly meeting. The
Mary Herring Sunbeam Band will
meet Wednesday afternoon 4
o’clock in the home of Mrs. Julius
Moore led by Mrs. J. B. Barton,
Jr., their leader. The prayer and
Bible study Wednesday evening 8
p. m.
First—Fifth and Market streets.
Sankey Lee Blanton, pastor. Sun
day school at 9:45 a. m. Morning
worship at 11. At the morning serv
ice the communion of the Lord's
Supper will be observed. Special
music will be a duet, “The Lord Is
My Shepherd.” by Henry Smart.
B. T. U. at 7 p. m. Evening wor
ship at 8. Mr. Blanton will preach
on “The Touch of Faith.” The Adult
choir will sing the Tallis Evening
Hymn.
You are cordially invited to wor
ship with us.
Temple—17th and Market streets
—The Rev. Arthur J. Barton, pas
tor. Congregational worship and
preaching services at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. The Rev. H. W. Baucom,
Jr., of Statesville, N. C., will
preach at each service. Mr. Bau
com is the son of the Rev. H. W.
Baucom, Sr., former pastor of
Temple church. He has many
friends who will be glad to wel
come him and to hear him preach.
Graded departments and classes
for all ages. Baptist Training union
at 7 p. m. A hearty welcome and
cheerful Christian fellowship await
you always at the friendly church.
Southside — Fifth and Wooster
streets. Morning services are as
follows: Sunday school at 9:45.
Worship service at 11. At the
morning service we will observe
the Lord's Supper. Evening serv
ices: B. T. U. services at 7. Wor
ship service at 8. The pastor will
preach on “Every Man’s Call.” We
offer a hearty welcome to all who
will come and worship with us.
Come and enjoy a spiritual feast.
Winter Park — The Rev. R. H.
Satterfield, pastor. Sunday school
at 10 a. m., S. W. Brinson, super
intendent. D. J. Batts, assistant.
The Baptist Tr lining union meets
at 7 o’clock. Evening service at 8
o clock with sermon by the pastor.
During the coming week there will
be a study course in Sunday school
work taught by the pastor and
others beginning at the church
Monday evening at 8 o’clock. A
cordial invitation is extended the
public to all the services of this
church.
CATHOLIC
St. Mary’s—Masses on Sunday at
7. 9. and 10:30. Masses during the
week at 7 o’clock. Holy hour first
Friday at 7 a. m.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
First Church of Christ Scientist—
17th and Chestnut streets. Services
Sunday morning at 11 o’clock. Sub
ject of lesson sermon: “Everlast
ing Punishment.’’ Sunday school at
10 o’clock. Wednesday evening meet
ings at 8 oclock. At these meetings
may be heard testimonials and re
marks on Christian Science.
Reading room at 33 North Third
street in the Wallace building. This
room is opened daily except Sun
day, from 3 to 6 p. m. The Bible
together with the writings of Mary
Baker Eddy and all authorized
Christian Science literature may be
read borrow or obtained.
The public is cordially invited to
all services and to visit the read
ing room.
SALVATION ARMY
The Citadel—215 South Front St.
Brigadier and Mrs. J. V. Breazeale,
officers in charge. Captain Margaret
Wynn, assistant.
Sunday school. 10 a. m. Worship
service 11 a. m. Young Peoples ser
vice 6:30 p. m. Open- Air service,
7:30 p. m. Salvation meeting, 8 p.
m. Young Peoples meeting,# Tues
day, 7:30 p. m. Prayer service? Wed
nesday, 7:45 p. m. Ladies Home
league meeting, Thursday 7:30 p. m.
Wright Street Hall—321 Wright
Sunday school 10 a. m. Open Air
service, Friday 7:30 p. m. Holiness
meeting, Friday 8 p. m.
The public is invited to attend
these services.
WESLEYAN METHODIST
Wesleyan Methodist — 18th and
Castle streets, O. A. Kiger, pastor.
Services will be conducted by
the pastor at 7:3ft this evening.
The public is invited to attend.
EPISCOPAL
Church of the Loot! Shepherd —
Sixth and Queen street. The Sun
day after Ascension Day. The Rev.
Frederick A. Turner, rector. Cele
bration of the Holy Communion 7:30
a. m. Church school 9:45 a. m. Cele
bration of the Holy Communion 11
a. m. Evensong and sermon 7:30
p. m. Regular meeting of the Ves
try Monday evening S p. m. On
Wednesday evening at 8 p. m. in
the Parish Hall a meeting of the
congregation -will be held to welcome
Rev. and Mrs. Turner. All members
are urged to be present. Visitors
are extended a welcome to meet
with us.
St. James—Corner Market and
Third streets, Rev. Mortimer Glov
er, rector. First Sunday after As
cension. Holy Communion. 8 a. m.
Church school, 10 a. m. Holy Com
munion and sermon, 11 a. m. Young
People’s Service league, 7 p. m. A
cordial invitation is extended, espe
cially to visitors and strangers.
St. John’s — Third and Red Crass
streets. Rev. E. W. Halleck, rector.
Services for the Sunday after the
Ascension Day. Holy Communion at
7:30 a. m. Church school and Bible
sermon at 11 a. m. Y. P. S. L. 7 p.
classes 10 a. m. Holy communion and
m. Evening prayer and sermon at 8
p. m. The public is cordially invited.
St. Paul’s — 16th and Market
streets. Rev. Alexander Miller, rec
tor. 7:30 a. m. Celebration of The
Holy Communion, 9:45 a. m. The
Church school. 11:15 a. m. Celebra
tion of The Holy Communion. 7 p.
m. The Y. P. S. L. meeting.
PRESBYTERIAN
Pearsall Memorial — The Rev.
Raleigh M. Engle, pastor. Sunday
school at 10 a. m., Melzar Pear
sall, superintendent. Worship serv
ice at 11 a. m. Young People’s
league at 7:15 p. m. Mid-week serv
ice on Wednesday at 8 p. m. Cir
cles of the Woman’s auxiliary as
announced at the church today.
Winter Park—The Rev. Raleigh
M. Engle, pastor. Sunday school
at 10 a. m. with special Children’s
day program. John L. Lamb, su
perintendent. Young People’s
league at 6:45 p. m.; worship serv
ice at 7:30 p. m. Mid-week service
on Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
Delgado — Sunday school 9:45
a. m. W. C. Scoggins, superintend
ent. Classes for all ages. Evening
worship 7:30 p. m„ with sermon
by the pastor, the Rev. C. C. My
_Sunday School Lesson
By WILLIAM E. GILROY, D. D.
Editor of Advance
Text: Isaiah 55:1-11
The prophet speaking to the Jew
ish exiles in Babylon voices God’s
invitation to seek His mercy and
partake of His grace in words that
have brought the invitation to suc
cessive generations with ringing
strength and sincerity.
He is a bold man who will pre
sume to speak lor God, but his bold
ness is justified if he speaks from
nearness to God and from knowl
edge of God’s character, will and
purpose. Moreover, his words will
be tested, and their truth will de
pend upon that testing, and not
merely upon the boldness of author
ity of the man who uttered them.
These great prophetic sayings that
we are studying are not made great
because the prophet uttered them
they are great, and the world hon
ors the phophets who uttered them,
because their spiritual worth and
soundness have been proven in
thought and experience. Time and
experience soon separate the false
prophets from the true.
* * *
God’s invitation is “to every one
that thirsteth.” it is expressed in
a modern hymn, “Whosoever will
may come.” and the rich supply ol
God’s grace is compared to a bound
less and ever-flowing stream of liv
ing water, both in the New Testa
ment and in the words of another
hymn:
' Its streams the whole creation
reach,
So plenteous is the store;
Enough for all, enough for each,
Enough forevermore.”
What God has to give to man
cannot be bought. It is without mon
ey and without price. Yet Jews com
pared it with the pearl of great
Price which it was wor th a man s
while to sacrifice everything to pos
sess.
* * *
As a matter of fact, there is a
price for God’s grace, but it is not
a price in worldly coin. The weal
thy, and the learned, and the pow
erful have no more means of pos
sessing it than have lowly souls who
come with nothing but penitence and
the heart’s devotion.
God’s promises and gifts are not
without conditions. His covenants
are everlasting, but man may for
feit his place and part by failing
to live according to the covenant.
God s invitation is for men to for
sake their evil ways and their un
righteous thoughts. Man can con
trol even his thoughts, and those
who accept God’s invitation and who
follow His ways will find themselves
renewed in heart and mind, with
a new consciousness of peace and
a new strength to love and do the
right.
Will Preach Here
The Rev. Herbert W. Baueom,
Jr-., pastor of the Western Avenue
Baptist church of Statesville, will
preach at the 11 a. in. anil 7 p. in.
services today at the Temple Bap
tist church, 17th and Market streets,
in the place of the pastor, the Rev.
Arthur J. Barton, who is conduct
ing a revival at the First Baptist
church of Bladenboro.
ers. Sermon topic, “Nothing But
Leaves.” Young Peoples league,
6:45 p. m. Coley Reynolds in
charge of the music. Mrs. Bell
Fowler, musician. Come and wor
ship with us.
McClure Memorial—Castle Hayne
—The Rev. C. C. Myers, pastor.
Morning worship 11 o'clock each
Sunday. Sunday school 10 a. m.,
E. E. Heath, superintendent for all
ages. You are cordially invited to
worship with us.
Immanuel: South Third street, the
Rev. F. S. Johnston, pastor. Nor
man Mintz, organist and choir di
rector. Bible school, Sunday morn
ing, tl: 45. Harry Wettig, general
superintendent. ‘‘Children’s Day’’
program this morning featuring the
Foreign Mission work of the church.
at which time a special offering
for Missions will be taken. Morning
worship and sermon by pastor, 11
o’clock. Theme: “Remember Thy
Creator.” Evening worship and ser
mon by pastor, 8 o'clock. "A Con
sciousness of Sin.’’ Young People
meet at 7 o’clock. Prayer and Bi
ble study Wednesday 8 p. m. The
entire congregation is invited to at
tend Church Social in the Hut Fri
day night, May 10, at 8 o’clock. A
hearty welcome awaits you always
at Immanuel.
First — Corner 3rd and Orange
streets. Rev. A. D. P. Gilmour, D.
D., pastor. Mr. J. Lyman Congdon,
director of music and religious edu
cation. Sunday service: 10 a. m.
Church school, with graded classes
for all ages. 11:15 a. m. Commun
ion of the Lord’s Supper. Special
music by the choir. 7 p. m. Meeting
of the Leagues. Monday: 4 p. m.
Meeting of the Eexecutive Commit
tee of the Woman’s Auxiliary. Ev
eryone is cordially invited to these
services.
St. Andrew’s: Corner Fourth and
Campbell streets. Rev. Charlton H.
Storey, D. D. minister. Carroll C.
Riddle, director of music and reli
gious education. Laura Howell Nor
den, organist. J. E. Woodburn, su
perintendent of the church school.
J. K. Bannerman, teacher of the
McClure Bible class. 10 a. m.
church school. A class for every
age. 11 a. m. morning tvorship,
theme for the morning sermon,
“Reverence.” Organ prelude. Invo
cation, “Prayer.” David Guion. So
loist, Carroll C. Riddle. Offertory:
“Send Out Thy Light.” Gounod
Downing. Vesper and intermediate
choirs. The young people of the
church will not hold their evening
meeting. 8 p. m. evening service.
Sermon topic, “The Saved.” Organ
meditation. Special music. A cordial
welcome awaits you at all our serv
ices.
Church of the Covenant: 15th and
Market streets. Rev. J. Harry Whit
more, D. D., minister. Miss Lueilla
White, director of religious educa
tion. Mr. Arthur John, director of
music.
Church school at 9:45 o’clock.
Classes for all ages. Children's Day
in the school. Morning worship at
11 o’clock. Sermon by the pastor:
“A Good Sportsman. ’ Pioneers and
the Young People will meet at 7
o’clock. No evening service.
Executive committee of the Worn
an’s auxiliary will meet on Monday
at 3:30 o’clock. Girl scouts will
meet on Tuesday and Wednesday
at 3:15 o’clock. Primary and junior
expanded sessions will be held on
Wednesday at 3:15 o’clock. Boy
Scouts will meet on Friday at 7:30
o’clock. You are cordially invited
to worship at the Church of the
Covenant.
LUTHERAN
St. Matthew’s—919 North Fourth
street, the Rev. Carl H. Fisher,
pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Adolf Oterson, superintendent.
Morning worship service 11 a. m.
Top, “Is My Religion Real?”
Meeting of the Workers’ conference
Wednesday, May 8, 8 p. m. in the
Sunday school building. We are al
ways glad to have visitors join us
in the worship of our God.
St. Paul’s — Sixth and Market
streets, the Rev. Walter B. Freed,
pastor. Morning worship service 11
a. m.; sermon: “Our Debt To The
Future.” This will be a special serv
ice for the youth of the congrega
tion in connection with Luther
League Life Service Day. Vespers
8 p. m.: sermon: “A Change Of
Heart.” Sunday school with classes
for all ages, 9:45. Luther League
Tea and Round Table Discussion
of the place of Christian youth in
modern affairs 5 p. m., in the Luther
Memorial building. A most cordial
welcome awaits the worshiper at
St. Paul’s, and a special invitation
is extended to strangers and visit
ors to worship with us.
CHRISTIAN
First—Third and Ann streets,
the Rev. James Lawson, B. D.,
minister. Sunday school 9:45. J. P.
Garrott, superintendent. Morning
worship 11. Evening worship at 8.
The minister will speak at both
services. The public is cordially in
vited to attend.
NON-DENOMINATIONAL
Cirureh of Christ, 1013 South 4th
street. Bible classes 10:30 a. m.
Preaching by O. P. Baird 11 a. m.
and 8 p. nr. Mid-week Bible study
Wednesday 8 p. m. Every one is
cordially invited to attend the
services of this non-denominational
group of Christians.
NON-SECTARIAN
Church of God—21st and Gibson
avenue. Sunday school 10:30 a. m.
Preaching 8 p. m. Bible text:
“Reap No Mercy.” Everybody in
vited. J. L. Taylor, pastor.
INTER-DENOMINATIONAL
Carolina Beach Community—Sun
day school 10 a. m., J. B. Taylor,
superinetndent. Christian Endeavor
meets 7:30 p. m. Preaching 8
p. m., the Rev. James R. Lee,
speaker. Public cordially invited.
ADVENT CHRISTIAN
Fourth Street — Corner Fourth
and Church streets, the Rev. S.
E. Thurlow, pastor. Sunday school
10 a. m. Mr. H. S. King, super
intendent. Morning service 11 a. m.
Sermon by the pastor. Night serv
ice 8 p. m. Sermon subject, “The
European War in the Light of
Prophecy.” Prayer meeting Wed
nesday night 8 p. m. You are cor
dially invited to all services.
HOLINESS
First entecostal — North Second
and Parsley streets. Rev. Isaac D.
Dickens, pastor. Pastors residence,
Oakly, Castle Hayne road. Postoffice
address Box 201, city. If the pastor
can be of any service let him know
he is among you as one that servetb.
(Continued on Page Twenty)
A Fath That Grows
DR. ARTHUR J. BARTON.
Temple Baptist Church
We have already had one little |
short sermon on a very beautiful |
and expressive text in Proverbs.
The text is as follows: “But the;
Path of the Righteous is as a dawn
ing light that shineth more and
more unto a Perfect Oay.” (A. S.
V.) Proverbs 4:18.
This is in many ways a very in
teresting text. Among other things
it stretches rhetoric to the very
limit. It presents life as a path
and yet compares it with or likens
it to the dawning and growing light
of a perfect day. What could be
more interesting or beautiful; what
could be a more fit figure to ex
press just how silently life dawns
and how it grows and enlarges in
whatever direction it may be set.
The dawning of a new day i~, a
glorious and inspiring
you ever see the sun rise’ t >
some of you do not if , Iedr
miss a great deal. What <w/°u
more uplifting than to stand „ Sa
Pier or the beach down ™ "«
Ocean side and watch for the L ha
mg of a new day. n come
qmefiy, so silently. so imp£«?
bily you cannot for the life ‘, PU'
say just when the light besim
dawn. But it does dawn and , to
you discover a disk of gold c, *"un
up out of the sea. You hold
watch in hand keeping time on‘
sun to see how long it will, ■*
him to emerge from the ocean ,!
shake the water from his di-i»nnd ,
wings and get ready for his £!
and glorious flight throufo T
heavens. Mrs. Alexander m , e
remarkable poem, "The Buria
Moses,” has expressed the tl,0, '.
of the dawning in this way: ' 6
‘‘Noiselessly as the aaylight,
Comes when the night is done
And the crimson streak
"Noiselessly as the daylight
Comes when the night 'is done
And the crimson streak on Ocean
cheek, s
Grows into the great Sun ’
So life dawns and so it grow.
The sun climbs up in his cirefot
and stands in the fullness of in
glorious strength in a cloudless
sky, driving away all mists and
fogs and darkness. He floods the
earth and fills the entile solar sv,.
tem with life-giving light and
power. u
So the writer of this Proverb
says, “Life grows." If it is a „ood
life and grows in the right dircc.
tion it enlarges in beautiful deeds
and life-giving service to the world
If it is a bad life it grow in cal
lous selfishness, in evil influences'
in destructive deeds. The point
here is that life is a thing of en
largement—it grows. Its habits bo
come more fixed; the fruits of an
evil life more bitter; the fruits of
a good life sweeter, more whole
some, more satisfying to ourselvet
and to others. What a glorious
thing it is to grow a really great
life. What a tragedy, what dis- I
aster to grow an evil life, I
What Is REFRIGERATION? I
Refrigeration of food is a process by which prod
ucts are maintained by cooling in an edible, tasty and
appetizing condition. We want whatever we eat to
retain its natural flavor and appetizing qualities that
spell the difference between stale and fresh foods.
Hence, whatever method of refrigeration may be
used should be such as not to take away from nor
tend to take away from food, that natural flavor,
taste and condition of the food preserved thereby.
We must not, however, lose sight of the fact
that we are at all times trying to preserve the per
.shable foodstuffs as nearly as possible in the state
in which they entered the refrigerator. We cannot,
therefore, allow our cold temperatures to reach a
point so low that it may impair the natural condition
of the food products which- we are attempting to pre
serve. A maintained temperature of 50 degrees Fah
renheit, or lower, in a domestic refrigerator is a gen
erally satisfactory temperature for the preservation
of perishable foods usually kept in refrigerators for
home use.
There has been much discussion pro and con of
the advantages of mechanical refrigeration as op
posed to ice refrigeration. It is our purpose to state
clearly some of the important considerations involved
in keeping foods, many of which have been lost
sight of in the hue and cry of sales talk, which often
obscure the things vital to health and efficiency that
true refrigeration is designed to accomplish.
CONSTANT TEMPERATURE, ARSORPTION OF FOOD ODORS, EVEN COLD
DISTRIRUTION, HUMIDITY
CONSTANT TEMPERATURE, ABSORPTION OF FOOD ODORS, EVEN COLD
DISTRIBUTION, AND HUMIDITY constitute four essentials in REFRIGERA
TION. In a modern Ice Refrigerator temperature well below the "danger line of
50 degrees is easily maintained by certain and constant circulation of moist
laden air throughout the food chamber. Food odors are absorbed; by their con
struction an even cold temperature is maintained throughout the food chamber;
and a balanced humidity caused by MELTING ICE preserves the precious fla
vors and vitamins contained in foods in the refrigerator.
SEE the Imposing Display of Air Conditioned
Refrigerators on Display Today at Oar Plant
ROSE ICE & COAL CO.
6 S. 12th STREET mm ft
^_PHONE 40 I
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