National Geographic : 1934 Feb
WHO DONuT KNOW THIS WHO DON'T KNOW THIS ASHORT TIME AGO we asked more than a thou sand men and women some questions. A surprisingly large number showed by their an swers that they think that the National Casket Company makes only high-priced caskets. Many said they "would choose a NATIONAL CASKET if it didn't cost too much." Let us clear up this question of cost. NATIONAL CASKETS do not cost more. In wood or metal, in every grade, in a wide variety of design and finish, there is a NATIONAL CASKET built for every purse and taste. Each is trade-marked. Each is guaran teed by a maker whose word of honor has been unques tioned for more than fifty years. NATIONAL CASKETS are sold through funeral directors only. Remember that though your funeral director may not have just the design you want at the price you wish to pay, he can easily get it for you. The planning of a funeral is something no one likes to think about, but it is a task that most of us have to face some day. Isn't it better to think about it now rather than to wait until bereavement has made such thinking difficult and painful? F We believe you will agree that it is, and for that reason we offer a booklet, "Funeral Facts," which gives the neces sary information. Already half a million of these books have been distributed. We should like you to have one-or several if you wish. Ask your funeral di rector, or write us direct. Dept. N-2, 60 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts. NATIONAL/ COM PANY, INC. DISPLAY ROOMS IN THIRTY CITIES No. 4240 - A National Cypress design. Be sure that you see the National Trade-markon the casket when you buy.