A wonderful development in recent year. !• the increased intere.f in Hiawatha-type recreation—floating down beautiful stream*, camping out, watching heaven, deer and muskrat work and play. Our Indian*, too often left idle and bored, are in several cases fitting very well into thr. program. They guide parties on river trip*, thow the kid* how to fi*h and handle a canoe, teach them camp lore "and a Ibve of the forest. The boy* shown here work under a northern WJ»eon*in group led by Tony Wi»e of Hayward, Wisconsin. South Dakota Indians play an important part in rodeos, celebrations and fairs. Resplendent in full tribal regalia, these original Americans enjoy performing traditional ceremonial dances. For many people nothing beats the fun of fishing, and eating fish fresh out of the water is one of the high spots of any holiday. So get out that rod and reel and get set for action! Maybe not best for being dropped through. You've seen it on TV—marbles or elephants (and who knows what next) bounced through costly foil wrappers. But even an elephant will never forget the really fresh, "just made" taste of sandwiches wrapped in stronger-than-foil Rap-In-Wax. Your foods stay fresher with Rap-In-Wax because it's double waxed on both sides, then given a hard finish on cold steel rollers. You can safely Rap-In-Wax your leftovers while they're still warm, seal in all the flavor and natural juices. For more freshness at lower cost, buy. double-waxed Rap-In-Wax! but definitely better for keeping foods fresh! PAPS*. ran—j* c*«p«« •• 100 ft. r«ll »f Ml 4*tottt gtofl on octvol coupon printed on «v«ry bo«. Coupon* r«<U«m«d by top-In.WOK Pap*r Company, ISO 26«i Av«. $£., MinMopoHi 14, Minn.
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