National Geographic : 1934 Jan
SEVEN QUESTIONS ye otAz& eaie Ib anwor NOW 1. What is the first thing to do when death occurs? 2. Which funeral director should be called? 3. Where should the funeral be held? 4. What casket will be best? 5. What are the funeral director's responsibilities? 6. How much should the funeral cost? 7. How may the quality and value of the casket be definitely determined? W"YHY should you know These things now? Be cause when the emergency arises there is little time to find the answers; because a knowledge of these things in advance of need may prevent painful embarrass ment and distress at a time when they are hardest to bear. There are so many important but unfamiliar details concern ing funeral arrangements that we have written a little book on the subject. Its name is Funeral Facts. We shall be glad to send you a copy if you will write. In the meantime, please remember these simple facts: Every casket carrying the National Trade-mark, be it wood or metal, costly or inexpensive, is guaranteed as to quality and value. It will cost no more than a casket about which you know nothing-so be sure to look for the National Trade-mark on the casket you buy. NATIONAL CASKETS are made to suit every individual purse and every individual taste. (They are sold through funeral direc tors only.) If your funeral di rector does not have exactly the NATIONAL CASKET you want at the price you wish to pay, he can easily get it for you. Finally, choose a reliable fu neral director in advance of need. Then you will never have to make a hasty decision which may lead to regrets later. Write National Casket Com pany, Dept. N-l, 60 Massachu setts Ave., Boston, Mass., for booklet, "Funeral Facts." NATIONAL COM PANY, INc. DISPLAY ROOMS IN THIRTY CITIES No. 25725 - A National Armco Ingot Iron Design, Mod-Urn Panel-side Series. Look for the National Trade-mark on the casket when you buy.