National Geographic : 1941 Oct
"THE THING sprang out of the earth one bitterly cold evening as I was return ing to camp after an all day deer hunt," writes Mr. Dean. "I suffered excru ciating agony, as it bit into my leg. It was a bear trap, illegally set for deer. "FRANTICALLY, I TRIED TO GET LOOSE as the cold knifed through my cloth ing. With sinking heart, I found my struggles of no avail. In a few hours, if help could not be sum moned, I would freeze to death. Darkness came on as I fought hopelessly with the strong steel jaws. "THEN I THOUGHT OF MY FLASHLIGHT. There was a chance that other re turning hunters might be in the woods. Flashing the bright beam off and on, my efforts were finally rewarded. Thanks to those 'Eveready' fresh DATED batteries, two men saw my signal and rescued me from that death trap. (Siened) aoa aro oa, Ic. The word "Eveready" is a registered trade-mark of NationalCarbon Company, Inc. BATTERIES LAST LONGER.. o, farMM DATEuLtt&l "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."