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Page 116 text:
After All-lt'.r Your Status at Age 65 That Concerns You llfoxt
MAYBE THIS WILL INTEREST YOU
-IT IS A
New York Life Proposition
ILLUSTRATING A S5,000 POLICY - ENDOWMENT AT AGE 65
55.000-CASH TO YOU AT AGE 65.
If you do not care for the lump sum. you may choose a MONTHLY LIFE INCOME. Should
you choose this manner of income and death occur before you receive the equivalent of the face
of the policy, the remainder of the face value will be payable to your beneficiary in lump sum.
FURTHERMORE-ANNUAL DIVIDENDS can be used to shorten the premium paying period, or to
increase the Endowment fund and annuity. or to decrease the amount of premium paid each year.
IF YOU ARE TOTALLY AND PERINIANENTLY DISABLED AT ANY TIME BEFORE AGE 65-
There will be paid to you 550.00 per month during your lifetime. The first income Payment
shall become due on the first day of the calendar month following receipt of proof of total and
permanent disability. CSee policy for liberal interpretation of total and permanent disnbility.J
There will be NO PREh'lIUlN'IS TO PAY during such disability.
LOAN VALUES WILL INCREASE YEARLY ,iust as if premiums were paid.
FULL ANNUAL DIVIDENDS UNTIL AGE 65 .iust as if premiums were paid.
If Disability lasts BEYOND AGE 65, the Disability Income of 3550.00 Der month would con--
tinue to be paid to you during your lifetime. and in addition you would receive the full SS,000.
face of the Endowment, at AGE 65.
IF DEATH OCCURS BEFORE AGE 65-395,000 in cash will be paid to your beneficiary:
no deductions will be made for any disability benefits paid to the Insured.
IF DEATH RESULTS from an ACCIDENT-510,000 in cash will be paid to your beneficiary.
Limited to Class A Risks in amounts from 51.000 to 550,000-ISSUED ALSO ON ENDOWIXIENT
AT AGE 60 PLAN.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ADDRESS
F. W. CONGDON
Special Representative New York Life Insurance Co.
THIRD FLOOR NEW YORK LIFE BLDG., MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
Junr-What would you do if I dared you to
carry me upstairs?
Roy-I would be inclined to take you up.
at at at
School Nurse-Put out your tongueg more
than thatg all of it.
Esther Illartinson-I can't, it's fastened at
the other end.
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Barber-You look talented.
Tlzorlzley-That is why I want my hair Cut.
wk at at
llliss Plfhitr-Why is your face so red little
llliss White-,Cause why?
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H-Ir. Schultz-How can I Cure the sleep-walk-
lllr. Holzcr-Sprinkle tacks on the floor.
wk wk wk
The little barber trimmed my hair
And begged that I should grant one favorg
"Please, sir, bend down so I can reach,"
And I said, "Sure, you little Shaver."
-Paul A. Lundgren.
llflzen you are thru school
-want a home for yourself,
3742 Minnehaha Ave. Drexel 4161
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Prompt ann' Ejficient Srrfoice
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John Simmons-Irving has lost his hat.
fllnx Pl".-How do you know?
John-Because I canft find mine.
Nagellfameton ft if ff
Lady-"This trap is no good. I have baited
it every night for a week, now, and the mice
C00 simply ignore it. The cheese doesn't even show
signs of a nibble."
Clerk-"YVell, lady, all I can say is that you
certainly must buy a very cheap grade of
Stanley Tools C me wk if X
"I took the dumbest girl in school out for an
.' ' auto ride. When the engine overheated, she
Heath 81 Mzllzgdn 13617115 asked me why I didn't strip the gears."
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Tom-How many L's in financially?
Bill-Two. There are also two R's in em-
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Nrar Sighterl Old Zlfan-Are you a messen
3742 'I'Wgnty-'Thil-d Agwgnue Stanley lIIrLeo1l-No sir, it's my sore toe
that makes me walk so slow.
South PF ff +
The lack of intelligence had exasperated the
Zllr. Lnmlgrfn-Class is dismissed. Please
don't flap your ears as you go out.
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F raternzty C lass R 171 gs,
S0f0fifJ' fei e Medals,
Jewelry if Charms
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fllanafacturers of the State High School Tournament
Bashet Ball Medals and Trophies
THE IOSTEN MANUFACTURING CQ.
Since 1897 - Owatonna, Minn.
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Chapel in Connection
J. E. BOSTROM
Office and Parlors'
3008 27th Avenue So.
From now on all excuses for toothache, colds,
to go to funerals, wedding dates, etc., must be
in before 10 a. m. on the day of the game.
xr if wk
FARM FOR SALE
With this place goes a Jersey car with a self-
starter and a Ford cow, just fresh.
wk a: wk
ll-liss Hilder Creturning from Europej-
Steward, where are my clothes? I put them in
that little round cupboard there with the glass
Steward-That's no cupboard, ma'am, that
is zi porthole.
we yu in
A bolt of lightning came down between two
Roosevelt girls, and ripped off a good deal of
Mr. Gran!-Florence, what is meant by clas-
Florence Elker-When a piece of music
threatens every minute to be a tune and then
always disappoints you, it is said to be classical.
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