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Schoenfeld, Clay (ed.) / Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 48, Number 8 (May 1947)

Badgers you should know,   pp. 30-31


Page 31


ALL THINGS HUMAN CHANGE...
1934                                    1940
1949
College, of course. Will your daughter go?
  Her future happiness may depend to a large extent upon your
life insurance. Does it guarantee her education-whether or not
you're still around to see it through? Look over your present
policies again-make sure that they fill ,this all-important need.
  Time brings human changes to every household. When yes-
terday's problem is met, a new one usually appears. That's why
the most carefully planned insurance programs become outdated
-and why you should review your policies every few yeas.
   The New England Mutual Career Underwriter will be
glad to make this difficult job an easy one for you-without
charge or obligation.
New EIniland Mutual
Ijv Insaw o Com-- i y
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George W1llardSmfth,Presldenf  Agendes In Principal CifiesCoastfoCoast
The First Mutual Lfe Insurance Company Chartered in America-1835
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These University of Wisconsin-and hundreds-of other college men, represent
New England Mutual:
Henry F., Shiels, '04, Chicago         nave Noble, C.L.U., '23, Omaha   
    Godfrey L. Morton, '30, Milwaukee
George F. Mayer, '12, Milwaukee        Karl C. Ostrum, '27, Chicago     
    R. C. Hardie, '31, Chicago
Hilding F. Nelson, '19, Rockford       K. C. Testwuide, Jr., '27, Milwaukee
                             We'have opportunities for more University of
Wisconsin men. Why not write Dept. AQ-5 in Boston?
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