National Geographic : 1941 Jun
The Moral in the Mural MANY, many centuries ago, a cave-man artist engraved these animal pictures on the walls of a cave, because he was worried about the future. That may seem like a strange reason for creat ing a mural, but this Stone Age citizen probably believed that by drawing the animal he was about to stalk, he would assure himself of a good hunt, and a plentiful supply of food and clothing for his family. With his engraving tools, he was actually recording the things he hoped would happen. The modern family man, like this early cave dweller, is concerned about the future. But un like the cave dweller, he has a way of making his hopes and ambitions for the future come true. It is through insurance. The well-planned insurance program with which you provide yourself is really a portrayal of the future. In it you are able to picture all the good things you would provide for the protection and happiness of your family. And when you have sketched the future in this manner, you may al ways rest in the comforting certainty that the pic ture you have drawn will come true. Moral: Insure in The Travelers. All forms of in surance. The Travelers Insurance Company, The Travelers Indemnity Company, The Travelers Fire Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut.