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50c. Pets P.

Guest House: Beautyrest. 2 l / 2 Mi. W. on US 22. Typical white colonial
home set well back from the road. Recently opened to guests. 3 rms. No
meals. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. No pets.

LIGONIER, PA. Pop. 1,975. (Esso D-9) 18 Mi. S.E. of Greensburg.
SO First fort west of the Alleghenies was built here in 1758.

Hotel: Fort Ligonier. A two-story spreading building offering you rest-
ful ease after a long drive. Everything modern. 100 rms., 60 WB. Meals.
E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $5.00. FPark. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Guest House: Brereton Hall. 217 N. Fairfield St. A pleasant, modern,
white stucco house with accommodations for 8 guests. No meals. E. 2NB
$2.00-$3.00. FPark.

LITITZ, PA. Pop. 4,375. (Esso L-9) 8 Mi. N. of Lancaster.

501 Hotel: General Sutter. Quiet hotel in a quiet town. Much like South-
ern inns. Cleanliness, comfort, and relaxation. 30 rms., 18 WB. Meals. E.
2NB $2.50. 2WB $4.00-$5.00. FPark. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

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MEADVILLE, PA. Pop. 20,000. (Esso B-3) 39 Mi. S. of Erie.
6 & 322 Allegheny College. World's largest zipper factory here.

Guest House: Red Brick. 584 Park Ave. In residential section. Satis-
factory and pleasant. 18 guests. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00.
FPark. No pets.

MIFFLINTOWN, PA. Pop. 1,027. (Esso J-8) 12 Mi. S.E. of Lewistown.

22- -Cottage Court: As You Like It. 1 Mi. W. Well-built and operated.
2 yrs. old. 54 guests. Picnic and playgrounds. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00
up. 2WB$3.00. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: Stone House. 2 Mi. N. on 22. About 500 ft. off the
highway. Mrs. Troup has 4 large guest rms. in this 140-yr.-old house. Well-
run. Bkfst. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.

MT. POCONO, PA. Pop. 475. Alt. 1,658'. (Esso 0-5) 17 Mi. N.W. of

Stroudsburg.
611 Well-known and popular scenic summer resort.

Inn & Cottages: Hawthorne. Open May 25 to Oct. 16. Restricted clien-
tele. Small and delightful. Beautiful within and without. 75 rms., many
WB. A. 2NB $9.00. 2WB $10.00. FPark.

Inn & Cottages: Wicasset. Open May 25 to Sept. 20. Restricted clien-
tele. Practically on a golf course. For 30 yrs. many families have been com-
ing back faithfully. 10 cottages, all WB. A. 2WB $10.00. FPark.

NEW CASTLE, PA. Pop. 48,675. (Esso B-6) 20 Mi. S.E. of Youngstown,
Ohio.
422 Center of tin plate industry.

Hotel: Castleton. Relatively new, this is one of the better hotels in this
section of the country. 160 rms., mostly WB. E. 2NB $4.00. 2WB $5.00.
Gar. 50c.

NORRISTOWN, PA. Pop. 35,850. (Esso 0-9) 20 Mi. N. of Philadelphia.
611 Near Valley Forge. In Pennsylvania Dutch country.

Hotel: Hamilton. Residential type. Has apts. and hotel rms. Many WB.
E. 2WT $3.50 up. 2WB $5.00. Gar. 50c.-75c. Pets P.

NORTH EAST, PA. Pop. 3,670. (Esso C-l) 15 Mi. N.E. of Erie.
20 In the heart of the grape belt.

Guest House: Dalmore. On East Lake Rd. 4 Mi. N. Open June to Nov.
Restricted clientele. On the shore of Lake Erie, so if cool anywhere, it is
that here. 18 guests. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00-$2.50. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: Willow Breeze. Open May 1 to Dec. 1. IMs Mi. N. on

Rt. 5. English in type surrounded by large lawns, overlooking Lake Erie.
Rather nice. 5 rms., 11 guests. No meals. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $3.00.
FPark. Pets P.

NORTH GIRARD, PA. Pop. 1,077. (Esso B-2) 14 Mi. W. of Erie.

5 Guest House: Westaways. 2 Mi. N. Hospitable comfort. A pleasant
home with 4 rms. and 2 baths. Bkfst. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.

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PHILADELPHIA, PA. Pop. 1,950,950. (Esso 0-10) 769 Mi. E. of Chicago.
1 & 30 Univ. of Pennsylvania. Independence Hall. Betsy Ross House. Travel
Bureau: Gulf Tourgide Bureau, 1515 Locust St.

Hotel: Philadelphian. 39th and Chestnut. Near University of Pennsyl-
vania. Away from downtown congestion. 600 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $5.00.
Gar. 75c. Pets P.

Hotel: Warwick. Locust and 17th. A luxury hotel in convenient down-
town location. 'E. 2WB $7.00-$8.00. Gar. $1.00.

Hotel Whittier. 140 N. 15th St. A well-managed downtown moderately
priced hotel. 90 guests. E. 2NB $4.00. 2WB $5.00. Park, lot across street.
Pets P.

Apt.-Hotel: Delmar Morris. (In Germantown.) Restricted clientele.
15 minutes from city. A quiet suburban hotel where everything is of the best.
175 rms., all WB. Also apts. E. 2WB $5.00 up. Gar. 50c.

Note: Other downtown hotels are the Bellevue- Stratford, 750
rms. E. 2WB $6.00. Benjamin Franklin, 1,200 rms., E.
2WB $5.00. The Ritz-Carlton, E. 2WB $6.00.

PHILLIPSBURG, PA. Pop. 3,500. (Esso G-6) 35 Mi. N.E. of Altoona.

322 Hotel: Phillips. One of the E. S. Shuck hotels. Nice place to stop for
the night. 100 rms., 60 WB. E. SWB $2.50. 2WB $4.50. Gar. 50c.

PITTSBURGH, PA. Pop. 737,500. (Esso C-8) 370 Mi. E. of New York City.
19 & 30 Univ. of Pittsburgh in a sky-scraper. Stephen Foster Memorial Hall.
Travel Bureau: Gulf Tourgide Bureau, Gulf Bldg.

Hotel: Schenley. Opposite Schenley Park. Broad verandas. Artistically
furnished. Convenient, yet away from city center. 226 rms., all WB. Also
apts. E. 2WB $6.00-$7.00. Gar. $1.00.

Hotel: William Penn. (1,600 rms., all WB.) Hotel: Fort Pitt. (800
rms., 500 WB.) Hotel: Pittsburgher. (400 rms., all WB.) All of these are
up-to-the-minute metropolitan hotels. Choice merely matter of preference.
E. 2WB $5.00. Gar. $1.00.

POCONO MANOR, PA. Pop. 150. Alt. 1,800'. (Esso 0-6) 94 ML W. of
New York City.
611 Winter Sports. Famous resort.

Hotel: Pocono Manor Inn. Restricted clientele. 3,000-acre wooded estate.
Beautiful. Nothing left undone for its guests. 272 rms., 135 WB. A. 2NB
$16.00. 2WB $20.00. Gar. $1.00.

SEWICKLEY, PA. (Esso B-8) 10 Mi. N.W. of Pittsburgh.

88 Inn: Elmhurst. Near Pittsburgh. An old-timey place with much at-
mosphere. 60 rms., 25 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $5.00. FPark.
Pets P.

SHAWNEE-ON-DELAWARE, PA. (Esso 0-6) 5 ML N. of Delaware Water
Gap.

945 Inn: Buckwood. Open May 15, to Oct. Restricted clientele. Another
of these top-notch resorts. Golf, tennis, swimming, and every imaginable en-
tertainment that can be conceived. 200 guests. E. For 2, $20.00 up. Gar.
75c. Pets P.

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SKYTOP, PA. (Esso 0-5) 10 Mi. N. of ML Pocono.
390 Summer Resort. Winter Sports Center.

Lodge-Club: Skytop. Restricted clientele. Although operated as a fine
club, this is open to selected guests. Magnificent in every way and well worth
the slight trouble of inquiry. 134 rms., mostly WB. A. 2NB $15.00 up.
2WB $18.00 up. Gar. $1.00. Pets P.

SOMERFIELD, PA. Pop. 200. Alt. 1,700'. (Esso D-ll) 18 ML E. of Union-
town.

40 Hotel: Cornish Arms. Built way back in 1815. Now thoroughly over-
hauled and remodeled. Not only physically restful but interesting. One of
those places that makes travel more enjoyable. 42 rms., 12 WB. Meals. E.
For 2, $3.00 up. A. For 2, $6.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

SOMERSET, PA. Pop. 5,865. Alt. 2,190'. (Esso E-10) 31 Mi. S. of Johns-
town.
219- -"The Roof Garden of Pennsylvania."

Guest House: Coffee Spring Farm. On E. Main St. The oldest bldg.
in Somerset. Now a favorite stopping place, especially with Pittsburgh people.
20 rms., a few WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00. FPark. Pets P.

STATE COLLEGE, PA. Pop. 4,500. (Esso G-7) 42 ML N.E. of Altoona.
322 Pennsylvania State College. Popular summer resort.

Hotel: Nittany Lion. Beautiful without and within, a place that will
please you. 75 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $5.00. A. 2WB $10.00. Gar. 50c.

STROUDSBURG, PA. Pop. 12,500. (Esso 0-6) 42 ML S.E. of Scranton.
611 Handy to Delaware Water Gap.

Hotel: Penn Stroud. Restful atmosphere. First-class accommodations.
200 rms., 125 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.50 up. 2WB $5.00. Gar. 75c. Pets P.

SUNBURY, PA. Pop. 15,700. (Esso K-7) 47 Mi. N. of Harrisburg.
15 On the Susquehanna River.

Inn: The Homestead. 137 Market St. 5 rms., in an old-time home. Meals.
E. 2NB $2.50. FPark. Pets P.

SWARTHMORE, PA. Pop. 3,400. (Esso 0-10) 10 ML S.W. of Philadelphia.
320 Swarthmore College.

Hotel : Strath Haven Inn. For 25 yrs. Mrs. Scheibley has welcomed guests.
Places like these away from city congestion are nice to know about. 80 rms.,
many WB. Meals. E. SNB $2.00. 2WB $5.00. Also A. FPark. Pets P.

TOWANDA, PA. Pop. 4,200. (Esso L-3) 37 ML S.E. of Elmira, N. Y.
6 & 220 Where three valleys converge.

Hotel: Lake Wesauking. Open May 30 to Sept 5. An old-fashioned, nicely
furnished inn of 45 rms., 25 WB. On the lake. E. 2NB $3.00. A. 2NB
$9.00. WB $2.00 extra. FPark. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Guest House: Granger's. 1 Mi. W. on US 6. Comfortable, colonial home
set back from the road. Fine hospitality. Spacious grounds. Corner guest
rms. 30 guests. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: York. 301 York Ave. Restricted clientele. One of those
old homes built when comfort was the objective. Tree-shaded. Quiet.
Porches. 23 guests. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $2.50. FPark. Pets P.

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TUNKHANNOCK, PA. Pop. 1,975. (Esso M-4) 28 Mi. N.W. of Scranton.
6 Guest House: Seven Gables. 91 W. Tioga St. A pleasant white home
with large porches greets you here. 5 rms. Bkfst. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark.
Pets P.

Guest House: Mrs. George Sherwood. 18 guests are taken care of nicely
here in this Victorian home. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: Tioga Lodge. 74 W. Tioga St. Restricted clientele. Pleas-
ant and well-liked. 20 guests. Some rms. WB. Bkfst. E. 2NB $2.00.
2WB $2.50. FPark. Pets P.

TYRONE, PA. Pop 10,000. (Esso G-7) 17 ML N.E. of Altoona.
220 Center of farming regions.

Guest House: Allegheny. 5 Mi. N. on US 220. A large home inviting
you to stay. 7 large guest rms. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $2.50.
FPark. Pets P.

UNIONTOWN, PA. Pop. 20,000. (Esso C-10) 36 ML S.E. of Washington.
40 & 119 Settled in 1776. Coke, steel, iron, glass.

Hotel: Summit. 6 Mi. E. on US 40. On a mountain peak. Fine golf
course. Also other sports. 100 rms., all WB. E. In summer 2WB $4.50.
In winter 2WB $2.50. FPark. Pets P.

Hotel: White Swan. Ill W. Main. Modern hotel, nicely furnished. 150
rms., 125 WB. Meals. E. 2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

WASHINGTON, PA. Pop. 25,000. (Esso B-9) 25 ML S.W. of Pittsburgh.
19 & 40 First college west of Alleghenies.

Hotel: George Washington. Main St. and Cherry Ave. Fine, up-to-date,
and modern. 210 rms., all WB. In spite of its size, this hotel has the courtesy
and hospitality of a small inn. E. 2WB $5.00. FPark. Gar. 75c. Pets P.

WELLSBORO, PA. Pop. 3,700. (Esso J-3) 46 ML E. of Coudersport.
6 "Pennsylvania's Grand Canyon."

Guest House: Mrs. F. H. Kennedy. 8 Main St. Probably your answer to
where to stop here. Insulated rms. 10 guests. E. 2NB $2.00-$2.50. FPark.
Pets P.

WEST CHESTER, PA. Pop. 12,500. (Esso N-10) 24 ML W. of Philadelphia.
202 State Teachers College here.

Hotel: Mansion House. Near Valley Forge State Park and Brandy wine
Battlefield. 50 rms., 25 WB. E. 2NB $3.50. 2WB $6.00. Gar. 50c.

WEST GROVE, PA. (Esso N-ll) 10 Mi. N.E. of Oxford.

1 Guest House: Red Rose. 2 Mi. S. on US 1. An old brick colonial home
built in 1828. Artistically furnished. Modern in comfort. 4 rms. Meals. E.
2NB $3.00. 2WB $5.00. FPark.

WILLIAMSPORT, PA. Pop. 46,000. (Esso J-5) 85 ML N. of Harrisburg.
15 & 220 Frequently referred to as the "Scenic Capital of Central Pennsylvania."

Hotel: Lycoming. Lucky are my readers in this state, for not only do
they have beautiful scenery but fine accommodations. This hotel has 200 rms.,
all WB. E. 2WB $4.50. Gar. 75c. Pets P.

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WILLIAMSPORT, PA. (continued)

Guest House: Gray's. 720 High St. Offers expected comforts to 20
guests. No meals. E. 2ND $2.00. FPark. Pets P.

WYALUSING, PA. Pop. 700. (Esso M-3) 51 ML N.W. of Scranton.

6 Summer Camp: Log Cabin Inn. Open April 15 to Nov. 15. On a high
cliff overlooking the Trail. Magnificent view. 70 guests well taken care of
in main house and 17 cottages. Fireplaces. Some rms. WB. Also a few
apts. Meals. . E. For 2, $2.00 up. FPark. Pets P.

YORK, PA. Pop. 75,250. (Esso K-10) 25 Mi. S.W. of Lancaster.

30 & 111 Hotel: Yorktowne. One of the hotels that I like. Well-managed,
and has unusual friendliness. Beautifully furnished. 250 rms., all WB. E.
2WB $5.00. Gar. 75c. Pets P.

Guest House: "1515." At 1515 E. Market St. Closed in Dec. 12 guests
will find this a quiet place to stop with a warm welcome from Mr. and Mrs.
Towers. Some rms. CB. E. For 2, $2.50. FPark. Small pets P.



RHODE ISLAND

Flower: Violet. Nickname: Little Rhody.

Population: 681,000. Area: 1,067 sq. mi. Max. speed: Rea-
sonable and proper. Reciprocity: Yes. Gas Tax: State 3c,
Federal Ic. Total 4c.



EAST GREENWICH, R. I. Pop. 3,600. (Socony H-12) 13 Mi. S. of Provi-
dence.

1 Cottages: The Hall "In." 28 simple bungalows, all WT, some WB. Ocean
view. Also 4 rms. in modern home. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00-$3.00. 2WB
$4.00. FPark. Pets P.

JAMESTOWN, R. I. Pop. 2,000. (Socony H-12) Ferry from Newport or
Saunderstown.

138 Most tourists cross this island, usually in a hurry, on the way to or from
Newport. North of the town is beautiful, quiet, rolling country with many
fine summer homes.

Hotels & Inns: Bay View, Bay Voyage, and Gardner. Summer months
only. Restricted clientele. All are small, quiet places that cater to those wish-
ing this type of resort. A. For 2, $10.00 up. FPark.

NARRAGANSETT, R. I. Pop. 1,300. (Socony H-13) 23 Mi. N.E. of West-
erly.
1 Not as fashionable as it was years ago, but the beach is as fine as ever.

Hotels: Breakers, Carlton, and Green Inn. Summer months only. All
are the usual type of New England seashore hotels. A. For 2, $12.00 up,
E. For 2, $5.00. up. FPark.

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NEWPORT, R. I. Pop. 29,500. (Socony H-13) 18 Mi. S. of Fall River.
138-FoT years the cottagers (in million dollar "cottages") kept Newport free of
the usual type of large resort hotel. If anywhere near Newport, by all means
visit it, for it shows what concentrated wealth can do better than any place
I know about. Old Newport should not be neglected.

Hotel: Viking. First-class, modern, and well-run. Special attention to
children. 125 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $5.00-86.00. Gar. 75c. Pets P.

The old, old Muenchinger-King Hotel is probably still THE
resort of fashion. Open Apr. 1 to Nov. 1. E. For 2, $8.00 up.

PROVIDENCE, R. I. Pop. 253,000. (Socony G-12) 42 ML S.W. of Boston.
1 & 44 State capital. Founded in 1636 by Roger Williams.

Hotel: Providence-Biltmore. One of the finest of the "Biltmore" hotels.
600 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $6.00. Gar. $1.00.

WAKEFIELD, R. I. (Socony H-13) 35 Mi. S.W. of Providence.

1 Inn: Inn-by-the-Sea. Open June 27 to Labor Day. Cabanas private beach
and a remodeled private home. Simple but sophisticated. Ideal for children.
15 rms. Meals. E. 2NB $5.00. 2WB $7.00. FPark. Pets P.

WATCH HILL, R. I. (Socony G-13) 5 Mi. S. of Westerly.
1 This famous resort has one of the finest beaches in New England.

Hotel: Ocean House. Open June 20 to Sept. 6. Restricted clientele. I
am glad that this fine old hotel was not damaged by the storm of 1938. It
offers top-notch service. 156 rms., 81 WB. A. 2NB $12.00. 2WB $16.00.
Gar. $1.00. FPark. Small dogs P.

WICKFORD, R. I. (Socony H-12) 10 Mi. N. of Narragansett.

1 Inn: Beechwood. Open June 20 to Sept. 15. Restricted clientele. Those
fortunate enough to travel the highways of Rhode Island this summer will
find this place most pleasant. 30 guests. A. 2NB $9.00. 2WB $10.00.
ModA. For 2, $8.50. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Inn: Cold Spring House. Open June 15 to Sept. 15. Restricted clientele.
Small, cozy, and pleasant. 40 rms., many WB. E. For 2, $2.50 up. FPark.
Pets P.



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SOUTH CAROLINA

! Flower: Yellow Jessamine. Nickname: Palmetto.

Population: 1,860,000. Area: 30,495 sq. mi. Max. speed: 55.
Reciprocity: 90 days. Gas Tax: State 6c. Federal Ic. Total 7c.

AIKEN, S. C. Pop. 6,300. (Esso E-9) 17 Mi. N.E. of Augusta, Ga.
I & 78 A polo, riding-to-hounds, golf winter resort.

Hotel: Highland Park. Open Dec. 1 to May 15. A fine hotel of the
resort type. 125 rms., all WB. A. 2WB $12.00 up. Gar. $1.00.

BEAUFORT, S. C. Pop. 3,400. (Esso G-12) 70 Mi. S,E. of Columbia.
21 Lovely, peaceful old town favored by artists and writers.

Inn: Sea Island. Small, pleasant place of only 30 rms., 25 WB. E. 2NB
$2.50. 2WB $3.00. Gar. 50c.

Guest Houses: The Anchorage and Gold Eagle Tavern. Both are
located on the water. Have old-time atmosphere and are unusual. Both are
"show" places. Between the two they take care of 70 guests. Many rms,,
WB. Modern. A. 2WB about $9.00. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: Tidalholm. Open Oct. 1 to June 1. Restricted clientele.
Another old-time Southern mansion accepting guests. Thoroughly modernized.
On inland water-way. 10 rms., all with twin beds and WB. A. 2WB $10.00
to $12.00. FGar. Kennel for dogs.

BENNETTSVILLE, S. C. Pop. 3,675. (Esso H-7) 68 Mi. S.W. of Fayette-
ville.

15 Hotel: Powers. E. Market Street. A small hotel of 50 rms., many WB.
So well run that it has become one of those anticipated stopping spots. Meals.
E. 2NB $3.50. 2WB $4.50. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Guest House: Magnolia Tourist Home. 508 E. Main St. Historical co-
lonial home used as headquarters by General Sherman. 6 rms. E. 2NB $2.00.
2WB $2.50. FGar. Pets P.

Motor Court: Pat's Cottages. 5 Mi. S.E. on US 15. Nice accommoda-
tions for people desiring cottages. Well-furnished. 60 guests. E. 2NB
$2.50-$3.50. FPark. Pets P.

CAESAR'S HEAD, S. C. Pop. 150. Alt. 3,227'. (Esso D-5) 32 Mi. N.W.
of Greenville.
276 A summer colony famous for its square dances held twice a week.

Hotel: Caesar's Head. Open June to Oct. Old, popular, typical Southern
resort hotel with modern conveniences. 84 rms., many WB. A. 2NB $7.00.
2WB $9.00. FPark. Pets P.

CHARLESTON, S. C. Pop. 62,500. (Esso H-ll) 117 Mi. S.E. of Columbia.
17 & 52 Beautiful city of historical interest. Near three world-famous gardens.

Hotels: Charleston, Fort Sumter, and Francis Marion. The first is
an old rambling hotel of much charm. The second is modern, down on the
waterfront. The last is a fine, up-to-date metropolitan hotel in the city. Mat-
ter of preference. All are excellent in their own way. Rates vary with
season. Around E. 2WB $5.00 up.

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CHARLESTON, S. C. (continued)

Guest House: Battery Park Inn. 152 S. Battery. Down on the famous
Battery. One of Charleston's old mansions brought up to date. 12 rms., 9
baths. Meals. E. 2NB $4.00. 2WB $5.00. FPark.

Guest House: Brewton Jnn. 35 Trabb St. Open Oct. 1 to May L
Another old mansion of 10 rms. all WB. Meals. E. 2WB $5.00-$6.00. Gar.
50c. No pets.

Guest House: Miss Sally Calhoun Carrington. 2 Meeting St. Open
Sept. to July. Beautiful home with much atmosphere. 11 guests. Bkfst.
E. For 2, $3.00-$6.00. FPark. No pets.

Guest House: Colonial. 56 Pitts St. Well-managed. Good rms. 14
guests. March and April E. $4.00. Other months less. FPark. No pets.

Guest House: Gordon. 55 Church St. Still another pleasant home with
10 rms. A. Bkfst. and D. SWB $3.00. Higher in winter. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: Palm Villa. 64 Rutledge Ave. Spacious home with large
verandas. E. 2CB $3.00. 2WB $5.00. FGar. No pets.

Guest House: Park View. 651 Rutledge Ave. Clean, comfortable and
good accommodations for 18 guests. Steam heat. E. 2CB $4.00 up. FPark.

Guest House: Windermere. 1 Mi. W. on US 17. A modern home away
from the city in delightful surroundings. Has 9 rms., 5 baths. Bkfst. E.
2NB $2.00 up. Also rms. WB. FPark. Pets P.

CHERAW, S. C. Pop. 3,575. (Esso H-6) 31 Mi. N. of Darlington.

1 Guest House: Cherry Laurel Inn. A large, white, typical Southern home
with 7 pleasant guest rms., all CB. E. 2NB $2.00 to $3.00. 2CB $4.00.
FPark. Gar. 50c.

Guest House: Mrs. P. B. Huntley. 504 Market St. Spacious, with wide
verandas. 5 guest rms., 2 baths. E. 2NB $2.00. FPark. or FGar.

COLUMBIA, S. C. Pop. 65,000. (Esso F-8) 75 Mi. N.E. of Augusta, Ga.
I & 76 State capital. Univ. of South Carolina. City Curb Market.

Hotel: Columbia. 200 rms., all WB., and the newest features. E. 2WB
$5.00. Gar. in bldg. 50c. Pets P.

Hotel: Jefferson. An older hotel than the Columbia where many important
political matters are settled. 250 rms., mostly WB. E. For 2, $4.00-$5.00.
Gar. 50c. Pets P.

FLORENCE, S. C. Pop. 14,775. (Esso H-8) 10 Mi. S.E. of Darlington.
52 & 301 The oldest tobacco market in the state. Important cotton market.

Guest House: Sundown Lodge. 316 S. Irby St. Large, roomy and com-
fortable. 10 rms. No meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $4.00. FPark. Pets P.

GEORGETOWN, S. C. Pop. 5,100. (Esso J-10) 63 Mi. N.E. of Charleston.
l~ 52 Indigo Society Hall built in 1740. Old Prince George Winyah Church.

Guest House: Mrs. James M. Powell. 622 Hogmarket. Answers the
question for those desiring this type of accommodations. 6 rms., 3 baths.
E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FPark.

Motor Court: Lafayette. St. James St. New, clean, and well-run. Steam
heat. 12 cottages, all WB. E. 2WB $3.00. FGar. Pets P.

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GREENVILLE, S. C. Pop. 63,800. (Esso D-6) 31 Mi. S.W. of Spartanburg.
25 & 29 Textile Center of the South.

Hotel: Poinsett. ACond. Here, Mr. Alexander, the manager, seems to
enjoy making life pleasant for the traveler. One of those extra good stopping
points. 188 rms., all WB. Steam heat. Meals. E. 2WB $4.00 up. Gar.
50c. Pets P.

MYRTLE BEACH, S. C. Pop. 1,500. (Esso K-9) 72 Mi. S.W. of Wilming-
ton.
17 66,000 acres, stretching for 14 Mi. along the ocean.

Hotel: The Breakers. On the beach. Open Feb. 1 to Nov. 30. I am
sure that this is a place that you are going to like, for in addition to the usual
resort attractions it is restfully comfortable. Handmade furniture, artistically
decorated. 75 guests. Nearly all rms. WB. A. For 2, $8.00-$H.OO. FPark.

ORANGEBURG, S. C. Pop. 8,775. (Esso G-9) 49 Mi. S. of Columbia.
178 Guest House: Berry's. 138 E. Russell St Centrally located. Large
rms. Beautiful old Southern mansion. 10 rms., 7 CB. No meals. E. 2NB
$2.00. 2CB $2.50. FGar.

SPARTANBURG, S. C. Pop. 29,000. (Esso D-6) 31 Mi. N.E. of Green-
ville.

29 & 1 76 Guest House: Dixie Tourist Home. E. Main St. Built especially
for this purpose. Has 9 rms., all WB. Very attractive. E. 2WB $2.00.
FGar. Pets P.

SUMMERVILLE, S. C. Pop. 2,750. (Esso G-ll) 23 Mi. N.W. of Charleston.
61 Inn: The Carolina. Open Thanksgiving to May. Restricted clientele.
Large, beautiful Southern resort hotel. Homelike atmosphere. 60 rms. A.
2WB $16.00. Gar. 75c.

Inn: Holly. 1 Mi. S. Open Jan. 1 to May 1. Restricted clientele. Newest
and most modern. Offers expected service. 60 rms., all WB. A. 2WB $14.00.
FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: Halcyon. Open Nov. 1 to May 30. Restricted clientele.
Typical old home now open to guests. Relaxation and rest. 40 guests. A.
2NB $10.00. 2WB $14.00. FGar. Pets P.

SUMTER, S. C. Pop. 11,900. (Esso G-8) 45 Mi. S.E. of Columbia.
15 & 76 Hunting and resort section.

Guest House: Mrs. H. N. Forester. 430 W. Calhoun St. Distinctive and
very nice. Only recently opened to guests. Recommended. 14 guests. No
meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: Villa Maria. 330 N. Main St. Large and modern home
with spacious porches. 12 guests. No meals. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $3.50.
FPark.

WALTERBORO, S. C. Pop. 5,000. (Esso G-ll) 48 Mi. N.W. of Charleston.
15 & 17 Guest House: Mrs. D. B. Black. 88 E. Hampton St. ACond. A
popular and well-liked home. Pleasant hospitality. 14 rms., 40 guests. E.
2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FGar. Pets P.

Motor Court: Lane's. Recently opened. Colonial brick cabins, modern.
Steam heat. Meals. 30 guests. E. 2WB $2.50-$3.50. FPark. Pets P.

YEMASSEE, S. C. (Esso F-12) 21 Mi. S. of Walterboro.

17 Motor Court: Lane's. A court of 15 cottages, 23 rms. All WB. Clean.
Steam heated. Attractive grounds. E. 2WB $2.00. FGar. Pets P.

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SOUTH DAKOTA

Flower: Pasque. Nickname: Sunshine.

Population: 692,000. Area: 76,868 sq. mi. Max. speed: 40.
Reciprocity: 90 days. Gas Tax: State 4c. Federal Ic. Total 5c.



ABERDEEN, S. D. Pop. 18,250. (Conoco 1-2) 93 Mi. N. of Huron.
12 & 281 Largest railroad center in the Dakotas.

Hotel: Alonzo Ward. Only fireproof hotel in city. 130 rms., all WT
and 90 WB. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $3.5044.00. Gar. 75c. Pets P.

Hotel: Sherman. Another hotel that is well-liked. 120 rms., many WB
E. 2WB $2,25. $1.00 extra for ACond. Gar. 75c. Pets P.

BADLANDS, S. D. (Conoco D-5) 75 Mi. S.E. of Rapid City.
40 One of the most spectacular formations in the U. S.

Motor Lodge: Cedar Pass. Open May 1 to Oct. 15. 28 Mi. W. of Kadoka
Mr. Millard has done a wonderful job here when you consider everything, even
the water has to be brought for many Mi. 25 cottages of different types.
All spotlessly clean. 11 finished in knotty pine and American Maple furniture.
Sorry I cannot devote more space but advise you to stop and see for yourself.



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