SILVERICE BALLS (Jan, 1933)
SILVERICE BALLS the modern method of cooling food products
Here is the latest, sensationally new way of chilling foodâ€”cooling drinks in hot weather, and keeping food fresh and appetizing while on the table.
Place SILVERICE BALLS in any ice-making refrigerator chamber long enough to freezeâ€”take them outâ€”drop two balls in a glass of water, ginger ale or other drink. In a few minutes you have a cool, refreshing drink. SILVERICE BALLS placed in a butter dish or salad plate, keeps butter chilled and firmâ€”the salad crisp and tasty.
SILVERICE BALLS last indefinitely. The water inside them is hermetically sealed. None escapes. A small vacuum takes care of expansion and contraction of the water as it freezes and melts. The silvery lustre of the glistening balls may be maintained permanently as the metal may be polished when necessary. SILVERICE BALLS are much more convenient than ice cubes. Use them in every beverage that is cooled for serving. Guests doubly appreciate your taste and hospitality when you use SILVERICE BALLS.
Send check or money order for box of six SILVERICE BALLS,
$5.00. Literature sent free upon request.
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