National Geographic : 1930 Jun
TRAD MARK The finest window screens « « « « you can buy M odern refinement has found its way in to window screens. Rolscreens become an inconspicuous part of the windows, scarcely noticeable, yet effi cient in service, durable and mechani cally exact. Rolscreens, all metal construction, are built in the windows. They roll up and down. Up, they are out of sight and protected. What a saving in storage space, seasonal labor and expenses Rolscreens may be rolled away whenever the windows are closed. It required Rolscreen mechanical genius to make rolling window screens practical. The patented features and the handsome electro plated "AluminA" (double life) wire combine to make the outstanding screens of the age. To help you identify these finer rolling window screens look for the trade mark, 6 't? ee Replacing window screens - building or re modeling-you will want to look over the Illustrated Rolscreen Booklet mailed upon request. ROLSCREEN COMPANY 421 Main Street Pella, Iowa Fifteen Patented Features of Rolscreens are essential to practical rolling window A SECTION through guide showing lug in selvedge of screen wire which prevents sagging. A "non-sagging" fea ture found only in Rolscreens. FULLY GUARANTEED Begin with Exeter, with its white stones drenched in peace and its exquisite carvings looking like a thousand petrified ripples. Glastonbury Abbey lifts its broken arch above the grass in perpetual supplication. Beaulieu, founded by King John, standing like a white spectre in the fields. Exquisitely feminine Wells, a gothic sermon in stone. Winchester, where Edward the Confessor was hailed as king. Canterbury and its priceless relics of early Christianity, the tomb of the Black Prince, the shrine of Thomas a Beckett, and the very stone on which Henry II knelt in penance. Perfectly proportioned Salisbury. Tewkesbury Abbey, named the melancholy, and tragic Tintern, kneeling in a meadow of daisies like a saint at prayer, is an unforgettable sight. There are many more of these glorious shrines Chester, Hereford, Gloucester, and Worcester, each a gem of loveliness and interest that will lend fragrance to days ever afterward. Writefor the new Guide No. 51 which will be gladly mailedfree G. E. ORTON, Gen. Agent, 505 Fifth Avenue, N. Y. w a't tteert Satn *Cn "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."