The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 9, 1965 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 9, 1965
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It's Bon Voyage and happy sailing aboard the S. S. LURLIhfE to Hawaii. aiian Farm * Section r Director Hanauma Bay, Oahu, Hawaii, will be a stop for members of the Farm and Home Makahiki Cruise Tour in October. "JUST LIKE INVITING A GROUP OF FRIENDLY, HELPFUL HOMEMAKERS INTO YOUR HOME" — SO YOU'LL SAY WHEN YOU SEE YOUR FIRST COPY OF — women's HOUSEHOLD A big 48-page just crammed full Patterns to Make (Knitting, Crocheting, Sewing) Reader Exchanges Short Story Contest Photos, Illustrations All About Pets > Readers' Hobbles ' Health Notes monthly magazine of delightful surprises • Things to Make (Handicraft) • Sewing Circle • Geml Old Days • Prize Parade (Contests, infenMrttoit) • Golden Age Club Old Time Sengs ft Poem women s HOUSEHOLD • Children's Bright Sayings e My Pet Peeves • Readers' Recipes e Calling Yewg HMomkers • AH About Flowers e Free! (Where to get) • Embarrassing Memento IOOK WHAT SATISFIED SUBSCRIBERS SAY1 • "Enclosing 92.00 for my renewal. Women 1 ! Household is always interesting. Thanks to you for making it that w«y." Mrt. C. H. V., Toledo, Ohio. • "Thii U my tint attempt at writing to any magazine, but had to tell how much I enjoy it. I read about every word that if printed from cover to cover.' Mr«. A. B., Salem, Ohio. • "Received my ftnt copy of W o m e n ' I Household. Have read it over twice already. 1 enjoyed it very much and I'm eagerly awaiting the next issue." Mr*. B. C., Columbut, Ohio. • "A couple of month! ago, I discovered your magazine on a newt stand-after reading it from cover to cover I immediately subscribed to it, and I do enjoy it so very much." Mrs. D. J., Green flay. Wii. Illustrated Features on Home Money Making ALL THIS AND MORE EVERY MONTHI You'll be as delighted and pleased over this new and unusual magazine. Thousands of other wonderul housewives are just waiting to meet you through tie pages of this frtendh/'horaemakers' magazine. Ifs as friendly as a dub meeting-right in You* wuT never' feel without friends after you meet tfw thousands of friendly "Women's Household" contributors. You will be delighted over the many new friends you will make in this magazine, believe usl ... NO PROilEM TOO BIO FOR OUR REA0ERSI Meet the thousands of wonderful housewives eager to help you with your problems or to share your good news. This ia one of the very few magazines published entirely written by its readers. JUST $1.00 PER YEAR. $1.00 K>R « MONTHS The subscription price is LOW. Just »2.00 brings you 12 big issues or 11.00 will bring you 6 big issues, and you can haw your money bade if the tint issue you receive isn't all that wo promised. WE PROMISE YOU—THAT YOU WILL K DEUOHTED Yes. you MUST be pleased and delighted with your first copy! We promise you th&t! (Sec our gymrautcc below*) Y<H»r money b«* « W-«* once-if you don't find tht firs* tot* Out you r**ioe everything we *>** « to Jw-AND WORE/ YOU be the judge of "Women 1 * Household* 7 When you receive your first copy, look it over carefully and if you don't find it ALL feat we've said it to be, if you don't find it to be one of the most Interesting and unusual and delightful publication; in existence, we will be glad to return your money in full. No quibbling about it either. You have nothing to late. WOMEN'S HOUSEHOIO P. O. 0«x Wl-RG, lyiw, Man. Ye»! I want to join the "Women's Household." Please enter my subscription as follows: D * Months, $1.90 D 1* MMlfct, $9.00 AddrM* —- • jUly _ „.„...._ Start* .........._......—... (Wf •** iswmbtri of th* LyiM Chwntm ol The Farm and Home Section is sponsoring for its readers and their friends a special 15-day all-expense paid Hawaii Makahiki Cruise aboard the Matson liner LURLINE which sails from Los Angeles October 29 and returns to San Francisco November 12. The tour includes a leisurely ride to Los Angeles aboard the famed streamliner Super Chief leaving Chicago October 26, and returning from San Francisco aboard the equally famed California Zephyr arriving in Chicago November 15. This itinerary will give participants the best of our great western scenery. The Makahiki Cruise coincides with Hawaii's new Makahiki "welcome to winter" celebration on the four major islands— Oahu, Kauai, Maui and Hawaii. The Makahiki, or harvest, festival will feature feasting, dancing and the pageantry of old Hawaii in each of the LURLINE's ports of call—Honolulu, Nawiliwili, Lahaina and Hilo. The 26,000-ton LURLINE, which carries 760 passengers, w.ill arrive right in time for the colorful Makahiki festivities at each port, including two days at Honolulu and a full day in Lahaina at die peak of the famed Whaling Spree. The age-old traditions of thanksgiving for the harvests of land and sea and celebration of the annual return of the whales to Lahaina Roadstead off Maui have been revived by island residents as a colorful prelude to Hawaii's balmy winter season. It promises to be an unforgettable experience for Farm and Home readers and their families wno take the cruise. When asked for his opinion on planning a trip, H. Allen Smith recommended putting all your money on one bed and all your clothes on the other, then taking twice the amount of money and half the number of clothes. It is just the opposite when you go on a Makahiki cruise on the LURLINE. Your cruise fare includes first class roundtrip steamship accommodations, all means while aboard, and ship as hotel in each port, plus superb service round the clock and a sparkling program of .parties and entertainment, so you don't have to worry about extras. You can take as much as 350 pounds of baggage. However, your wardrobe does not have to be a great concern to you. On a LURLINE cruise to Hawaii last January, I encountered many amusing situations. One man complained his wife had 23 pieces of luggage and changed her attire three and four times a day. Another couple aboard the same cruise were in such a state of excitement that they left their luggage at the door of their hotel. They started the cruise with such festivity that they were at sea about four hours before discovering their plight. Later the man was giving, a talk to his business club and made the remark that "this thing of needing an extensive wardrobe for die trip was not necessarily so." Their forgetfulness soon made them the best known couple aboard and had everyone aboard offering diem clothes—even the crew. Matson Lines, however, came to ttieir rescue by having their luggage flown over and waiting at the dock for diem when they arrived. This is typical of the Matson LURLINE service. After you have worked hard this coming summer gathering your harvest, why don't you come along with me on this holiday. It will be the best therapy you've ever had, I promise we can walk a beach. Hear love songs. Visit a heiau. Dance under the stars. Snorkle on a reef, Learn Hawaiian. Sip a mai tai. Paddle an outrigger. Tour a fern forest. Model a muumuu. Learn to hula. Snooze a day away, Sing in a grotto, Catch a marlin. See petroglyphs. Discover Old Hawaii. Play a ukulele. Sample poi. Ride a river boat Watch volcanos. Feast at a luau. Walk a lava tube. Gaze at a canyon, We leave San Francisco October 28th and return to Los Angeles November 12th. For complete details, write for a free illustrated folder to Farm & Home Tours, 20 North Carroll Street, Madison, Wisconsin, 53703,

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