Rogers Pass crosses the continental divide in a very beautiful scenic area near Lincoln between Missoula and Great Falls on Montana Highway No. 20. It is fast becoming a main spur for much of the state's north-south traffic as well as an important link in the new Central Montana Highway system from Sidney to Missoula, Montana's shortest east-west route.
Kellogg's is the world's largest manufacturer of ready-to-eat cereals with plants throughout the world. the Battle Creek Plant, the original home of Kellogg's, has been bringing "The best to you each morning" for over 50 years.
"The CHEMITRON . . . in Monsanto Chemical Company's Hall of Chemistry . . . symbolizing for visitors the amazing processes of chemistry . . . that transforms eight basic materials found in nature into thousands of chemicals and plastics."
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"Cashalong Happily" . . . This popular star can soon be seen in the new movie, "Highlights of Ohio." It is an unusual color-sound film and is available to anyone in Ohio FREE of charge, for showing at any party or meeting. Ask at you nearby City Loan office anywhere in Ohio for this entertaining movie all about our own great State.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK is America's first and largest national park. It is located in the northeast corner of Wyoming with part of its 3,472 square miles extending into Montana and Idaho. Yellowstone contains the world's most extensive hot thermal area with over 10,000 geysers and hot springs.
BLANKET TOSSING . . . the number one sport of Alaska Eskimos, may be seen on all Wien Air Alaska Arctic tours visiting Kotzebue or Point Barrow, Alaska, The blanket is made from walrus skins. The jumper may reach a height of 25 feet or more
The Beachcomber Inn is famous on the southern shores of Lake Erie for informal family buffet dining. Buffet lunches and dinners are served Tuesday through Sunday in the new Spanish Galley Room. Over 100 items are featured — all you can eat — special children's prices. Follow Route 832 from Interstate 90 directly to the beachcomber Inn.
The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco was designed by Joseph B. Strauss and completed in May 1937 at a cost of $35,500,000. The huge span is illuminated by night with yellow sodium vapor lights and links northern California to the peninsula of San Francisco.
NIAGARA FALLS See America's Number One Wonder on a FREE sidetrip to Niagara Falls . . . via New York Central . . . only Niagara offers the unique combination of untamed majesty and romantic lore which has endeared it to generations of honeymooners and tourist alike . . . for Niagara's appeal is universal. Take it easy . . . Take the New York Central