' The Kitchen'
Ivor Herring will tell how the open chimneys that he described in an earlier talk came to be replaced by enclosed chimneys with cranes. As specimens of local craftsmanship these cranes are often worthy of special study, and the co-operation of listeners will be invited in locating them. Some of the types of old pots and cauldrons found in Ulster go back to pre-Christian times, and such equipment as churns, lamps, wooden mugs, and plates are often of great age and may throw light on social habits of Ulster in earlier days.
(Presbyterian) from First Presbyterian Church,
6.30 Order of Service
Call to Worship and Invocation
Metrical Psalm cxxi, I to the hills will lift mine eyes (Tune, French)
Hymn, At even, when the sun was set (Rv. C.H. 277)
Scripture Reading, John v, 1-16 Prayer
Hymn, How sweet the name of Jesus sounds (Rv. C.H. 419)
Address by the Rev. J. N. M. LEGATE
Anthem, 0 for a closer walk with God (Stanford)
Hymn, Jesus shall reign where'er the sun (Rv. C.H. 388)
Organist, James Moore
Rev. J. N.
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