National Geographic : 1929 Jun
TRADE MARK Window Screens MODERNIZED A permanent part of the windows They roll up and down G- AN you think of many household tasks that are more disliked than.the seasonal tak ing down and re-hang ing of clumsy screens? Rolscreens are never taken down. Oh yes, they are stored but just a touch rolls them up out of sight and protected. The trim ness and beauty of these all metal screens with the special elec tro-plated "AluminA" wire finishes the win dows in a charming manner. Scarcely visible when in place, and perform ing in a practical, efficient manner, Rol screens are forgotten as they continue to be a permanent satisfac tion year after year. ROLSCREEN COMPANY 264 Main Street, Pella, Iowa IlluStrated ',olscreen B3ookle Sent on Request t4 section., through guide showing lug in selvedge of screen wire which prevents screen from sagging. A "non-sagging" feature found only in Rolscreens. "Mention the Geograph TheBookOadillac hotel ON WASHINGTON BOULEVARD THE STREET OF FINE SHOPS DETRO 0IT GOOD NIGHT "Young rapscallion! Whydoesn'thegoto his room? I'm sleepy! What a sales fight. Wonder do my boys fight like this young'un fought? I hope-why doesn't he go? Suppose he thinks he'll tire me into a 'yes.' Well I made him sweat, all right, but didn't he-edge-into-me? Oh ho! What a wonderful evening. He had the order the first five minutes, but I've had my fun keeping him in hot water. Lovely scrapper; stubborn whipper snapper. He'll never go. May as well tell him. Won't let me sleep 'til I do. All right son; take off your muffler; draw up the table; get out my pen; 'syours! ............. Great boy! Wonder do mine fight like he fought? Oooh ho! Now for the woolly blue blankets they tell about and cool winds to blow 'round my black silk cap and a real sleep. H'lo lo lo! Loo o! Hello! Helllo! Listen daughter; call me at six; 'soon's the robins sing. Good night!" THE BOOK-CADILLAC HOTEL Carl M. Snyder, Managing Director DETROIT lic-It identifies you."