The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 28, 1966 · Page 20
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 20

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 28, 1966
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© NABISCO 1966 li New Slim Style PREMIUM Saltines are thinner, snappier, noisier; the crispest saltines you can buy. Ask any spread. Ask any cheese. Ask any soup. I lit IM'T YOUR by Jerry Curren your final remin a«r •• • • EUROPE IN '66! •-m ™ s P? nse to F arm and Home Section's European Jet Holiday has been really wonderful. Midwesterners from Grassroots America - fust like yourself - have said, "This is the year I'm going to Europe." Reservations are still being accepted for the September 13 and October II departure dates. BUT, space is filling up rap- •dly, so if you plan on going, sign up today. (And if you navent already received your Farm and Home European Holiday travel folder, write for your copy right now. Simply mail in the coupon appearing with this story.) Many of you who have already written us for details !! ave .S xp ! ressed (N °* f ) amazement at the low price tag and (No. 2) what about passports? u Y * V t 5f, price taa is low f$ 799 for M d ays fr om New York back to Chicago all inclusive - air fare, hotels, etc.). And don I be concerned over passports! As soon as you make your initial down payment and tell us what type of arrangements you desire, then we will brief you completely on the procedure to follow in obtaining a passport. It's all very easy! Don't cloud up a great trip by unnecessary worry over little things. , Remember, this is a tour for Midwesterners. We realize most of those persons who will go with us to Europe have never been there before. And that is precisely why we are handling all details of the tour... so you won't have to! Why else, for example, do you think we insisted on flying 1110 ^f 1 * 1 ? mo$t •«P« r »*n««l airline-Pan American? Why else would we insist on a bath in every room of our European hotels? Why else would we arrange for an air-conditioned motor coach to carry us from country to £ u, B °? P.*?" "*?* T 111 ?*• «« from New York to Amrterdtm. It will pi* us up liter in Pam, fly u* to London for » few days, then t*|» ys back to Chicago, windows** would you like? Jurf think of » /„, » days for wider ttW from New York back to Chicago! ^ ™ FORGET CAMERA country in Europe? And why else would we be prepared to make all of your arrangements from your front door and back to it, if you want? It's because this trip is for YOU TO ENJOY-NOT TO WORK! Remember, this is your last reminder. You'll never get another opportunity for such an all-inclusive tour to Europe. Sign up today. First stop—Farm and Home's European Holiday Jet Clipper will take us to our first European city —Amsterdam. This is a street scene in Amsterdam, Netherlands, where we will spend two days. Twelfth and thirteenth days will find us in Rome. And we'll probably be shopping right along this same street —Via Condotti. Plus, there will be Vatican City to see, too, while here. Farm & Home Tours 20 North Carroll Street Madison, Wisconsin Send me (under no obligation, of course) your free 1966 European Jet Holiday folder. Name Address City State. We know Europe like the palm of our hand. So let us give you a hand on your way to Europe. We fly straight through to 27 European cities from the U.S.A. No one else flies to even half that many. And we have the most flights, too. So the first thing for you to do is see a Pan Am Travel Agent, or call us direct. We'll see that you get from your hometown to Europe with a minimum of fuss. We'll take care of connections. We'll give yoti the low-down on the high-life in Europe. What to do, where to go, who to know. Before you know it, you'll be living it up in Europe. And wherever you go with us, you'll have the good feeling that comes from flying the very best there is. It's a good feeling, any day. World's most experienced airline FIRST ON THE ATLANTIC FIRST ON THE PACIFIC FIRST IN LATIN AMERICA FIRST 1KHJND THE WORLD

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