SATURDAY, JUNE ». 1W. IS COHINC TO LOGANSPORT EVERY SUNDAY BEGINNING JUNE 30th A big, colorful additional feature for readers of the LOGANSPORT PRESS America*; great new full-color rotogravure Sunday Magazine... FAMILY WEEKLY Magazine is now appearing as a supplement to 162 Sunday newspapers throughout America. We are proud to announce thai, beginning next Sunday, it will come to you with the LOGANSPORT PRESS as an added service to our readers. You will like FAMILY WEEKLY . . .its handsome appearance ... its beautifully printed full-color pages ... its lively content ... its consciousness of the things in which you are genuinely interested. FAMILY WEEKLY has caught the heartbeat of the nation. Through words and pictures it explores the fascinating things in life and reports them to you vividly and accurately—science, religion, sports, medicine, art, amusements, romance, home-making, food, children, business, industry, gadgets, travel, fiction and fashions. FAMILY WEEKLY will talk about cities and towns and people. It will take you to the far corners of the earth. It will tell of the significant advances in the medical and scientific worlds. It will discuss important events as well as the new fashions, bring you the latest information on time- and effort-saving devices that make life easier, and it will give you a weekly selection of tried and tested food recipes you won't be able to resist. Each Sunday you can expect an exciting fund of reading in FAMILY WEEKLY that will enrich your experience and heighten your awareness of what is going on in the world. FAMILY WEEKLY informs as it entertains; entertains as it informs. We believe you will look upon it as a dependable, interesting, and satisfying friend that will be as welcome in your home as is the LOGANSPORT PRESS. LOOK FOR FAMILY WEEKLY STARTING SUNDAY, JUNE 30th AND EVERY SUNDAY IN THE LOGANSPORT PRESS An extra dividend in reading pleasure for you and your family!
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