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Lodge: Duenk's Shady Rest. 15 Mi. S. of town. Open May 20 to Oct. 1.
Restricted clientele. Typical fine Wis. resort in beautiful country. 40 guests
housed in woodland cottages. Meals in main lodge. A. For 2, $7.00-110.00.
FPark. Pets P.

RICHLAND CENTER, WIS. Pop. 3,685. (Texaco L-6) 71 ML S.E. of La

Crosse.
14 Indian Stone Face.

Hotel: Park. Due principally to fine management, this is an excellent
place to quit for the day. 65 rms., many WB. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB
$3.00. FPark. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

TOMAH, WIS. Pop. 3,500. (Texaco J-5) 100 ML N.W. of Madison.
12 & 16 Indian school. Grand country hereabouts.

Hotel: Sherman. An attractive, interesting old inn. Good beds, home-
like atmosphere, and fine hospitality. 40 rms., 12 WB. Meals. E. 2NB
$2.50. 2WB $3.50. FPark. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

TOMAHAWK, WIS. Pop. 3,000. (Texaco F-7) 39 ML N. of Wausau.
51- -Resort country among the lakes and the woods.

Hotel: Tomahawk. Up here one must not expect city fol de rols but you
will find satisfactory comfort and your inevitable rms, with "bawth." Good
beds. Clean. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $4.00. FPark. Pets P.

WAUKESHA, WIS. Pop. 17,175. (Texaco L-10) 18 ML W. of Milwaukee.
18 Home of White Rock Mineral Springs.

Hotel: Avalon. Small, having but 60 rms., 40 WB. but attractive and com-
fortable. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00. FPark. Pets P.

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WISCONSIN

WAUSAU, WIS. Pop. 23,750. (Texaco G-7) 33 Mi. N. of Stevens Point.
51- -Popular summer and winter resort on the Wisconsin River.

Hotel: Wausau. Again we have a typical good city hotel, one of the
Schroeder Group. 275 rms., 190 WB. E. 2NB $3.50. 2WB $4.50. FPark.
Gar. 50c. Pets P.

WEYAUWEGA, WIS. (Texaco 1-9) 29 Mi. N.W. of Appleton.
10 Hotel: Dobbins. The management does such a fine job here that this
establishment is very popular. 40 rms., 14 WB, all WT. 4 kitchenettes.
Meals. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $3.50. FPark. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

WISCONSIN DELLS, WIS. Pop. 1,500. (Texaco K-7) 57 Mi. N.W. of
Madison.
12 & 16 Popular summer resort. Boat trips up the river through the "dells.'

Hotel: Blackhawk. Open May 28 to Sept. 15. On the river just away
from the business center, this hotel has an ideal location. Cool, quiet, nice
grounds. 30 rms., 20 WB. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $4.00. A. 2WB $9.00.
FPark. Pets P.

Hotel: Crandall. Open May 30 to Oct. 15. The old and well-known
hotel of Wisconsin Dells. 60 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $4.00. A. 2WB $9.00.
Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Hotel: Finch. Open May 1 to Oct. 20. Part ACond. A popular moderate
priced hotel downtown. 70 rms., 40 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB
$3.50 up. FPark. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Hotel: Multnomah Lodge. Open May 29 to Oct. 1. A family hotel a little
out of town. Unusual in construction, having a rustic lounge and furnishings.
Swimming pool. E. 2NB $3.00. A. 2WB $9.00. FPark. Pets P.

Guest House: Greenwood's. Open May to Oct. 822 Capitol St. Quiet
and nice modern colonial home. 3 rms. E. 2NB $2.00.

Bungalows: Springhill. % Mi. E. Open May 1 to Sept. 30. 9 cottages
scattered in a park with plenty of grounds. Each has sun room, bedrooms and
bath. Formerly a large, private estate. Unusually nice. E. 2WB $4.00-$5.00.
FPark. Pets P.

WISCONSIN RAPIDS, WIS. Pop. 8,900. (Texaco 1-7) 22 Mi. S.W. of
Stevens Point.

54 & 73 Hotel: Witter. For 20 yrs. Mr. Daniels has made his personality
so well-known that this hotel, although old, is most popular. 100 rms., 50
WB. Meals. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $3.50-$4.00. FPark. Pets P.

WOODRUFF, WIS. Pop. 325. Alt. 1,618'. (Texaco E-7) 32 Mi. N. of Tom-
ahawk.

51 Times have certainly changed since I was a boy and jolted the 9 Mi. N. to
Trout Lake in a lumber wagon over a terrible road.

Lodge: Cardinal. 9 Mi. N. on Trout Lake. Open May 25 to Oct. 1. Re-
stricted clientele. Luxurious accommodations in a beautiful wilderness set-
ting. 22 cottages, all WB. Meals in main lodge. A. 2WB $14.00. FPark.

Lodge: Coon's Franklin. On Trout Lake 9 Mi. N. Open May 29 to Oct.
1. Restricted clientele. When 1 see how this place has changed since I was
a boy and washed my face in the lake, I have to marvel. Today you have all
the comforts, even the luxuries of the cities. 135 guests housed in cottages.
Most rms. WB. Meals in main lodge. A. For 2, $12.00-$17.00. FPark.
Pets P.

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WYOMING

Flower: Indian Paint Brush. Nickname: Equality.

Population: 233,000. Area: 97,548 sq. mi. Max. speed: 60.
Reciprocity: 90 days. Gas Tax: State 4c. Federal Ic. Total 5c.



AFTON, WYO. Pop. 850. Alt. 6,134'. (Shell C-5) 56 Mi. N.E. of Montplier.
89 Dairying, sheep, Swiss cheese.

Hotel: Valleon. Traveling men make for this when night comes on, which
tells the story. New, small hotel of 35 rms., all WB. Meals. E. 2WB $2.50-
$3.00. FPark. or Gar. 50c. Pets P.

BUFFALO, WYO. Pop. 2,500. Alt. 4,645'. (Shell 1-2) 123 Mi. N. of
Casper.

16 & 87 This town is just before, or after you cross the grand Big Horn Moun-
tains.

Hotel: Occidental. Nothing "grand" about this hotel, but it is comfortable
and in a mighty convenient spot. One fine idea is having your laundry done
while you sleep. 32 rms. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets P.

Mountain Resort: South Fork Inn. 17 Mi. W. Open June 1 to Sept. 15.
A rustic camp of 25 cottages where any reasonable person should be per-
fectly comfortable. Maybe you will not have your "room with bath," but you
had better forget about such things for a day or so out in this country. You'll
live and enjoy living. Up in the Big Horn Mountains on a magnificent site.
Boys' camp in connection. For 2, $2.50. FPark. Pets P.

CASPER, WYO. Pop. 20,750. Alt. 5,101'. (Shell 1-5) 192 Mi. N.JP. of
Cheyenne.
20 & 87 Teapot Dome. Old Ft. Caspar. Hell's Half Acre.

Hotel: Henning. 25 yrs. old but through good management kept up to
date. 150 rms., many WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c.
Pets P.

CHEYENNE, WYO. Pop. 25,500. Alt. 6,188'. (Shell K-8) 105 ML N. of
Denver.
30 & 87 State capital. Famed rodeo held the last full week in July. Ft. Warren.

Hotel: Frontier. Many like this hotel which is smaller than the Plains.
100 rms., many WB. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c. No dogs.

Hotel: Plains. One of the best between Chicago and Salt Lake City on
the Lincoln Hwy. Decorated in breezy western manner. 200 rms., 125 WB.
E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.50-$5.00. Gar. 50c.

Motor Court: Cheyenne Motel. Eastern city limits. 20 cottages, all
WB., and kitchenettes. E. 2NB $2.50. FGar. Pets P.

Motor Court: Indian. West of town. Attractive and new, less than 1 yr.
old. Steam heat. 35 cottages, all WB., and 15 kitchenettes. Meals. E.
2WB $2.50 up. FPark. or Gar. Pets P.



WYOMING

CHEYENNE, WYO. (continued)

Motor Court: Mission. 222 E. Lincoln Way. Handy location. 10 cot-
tages. 46 guests. E. 2WB $3.00 up. FGar. Pets P.

Note: Cheyenne is a popular stopping point and good accom-
modations are limited. Consequently, get in early or make
reservations. Also, there are other courts of similar names so
note above addresses carefully.

CODY, WYO. Pop. 1,850. Alt. 4,997'. (Shell E-2) 54 Mi. W. of Greybull.
20 & 14 Buffalo Bill Country with the Buffalo Bill Museum here.

Lodge: Blackwater. 16 Mi. E. of Park and 37 Mi. W. of Cody. Open
May 1 to Oct. 1. One of the most charming places to stop on this route.
Beautiful location. 40 guests. Back from the road. Pleasant lounge rm.
Sleeping quarters in log cottages. Meals. E. 2NB $3.00. 2WB $4.25. FPark.
Pets P.

Inn-Court: Green Gables. A main house and cottages offering the traveler
excellent accommodations. 48 rms., 34 WB. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00.
FPark. Pets P.

_ DANIEL, WYO. Pop. 75. (Shell D-5) 94 Mi. N. of Kemmerer.
189 Near old Fort Booneville.

Hotel: Sargent's Inn. Open May 1 to Nov. 1. Nothing remarkable,
but a clean, comfortable spot many miles from other good accommodations.
40 guests in main bldg. and cottages. E. 2NB $2.00-$2.50. FPark. Pets P.

DOUGLAS, WYO. Pop. 2,000. Alt. 4,815'. (Shell K-5) 55 Mi. E. of Casper.
20 & 87 Near Natural Bridge, a remarkable freak of nature.

Hotel: La Bonte. For this community it is above the average. 100 rms..
20 CB. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FPark. Pets P.

EVANSTON, WYO. Pop. 4,000. Alt. 6,800'. (Shell C-8) 83 Mi. N.E. of
Salt Lake City.

30 Motor Court: Freeman's. ^> Mi. E. on US 30. First-class in every way.
12 cottages, carpeted floors, finely furnished, steam heat. Some with kitchen-
ettes. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $4.00. FPark. Pets P.

GILLETTE, WYO. Pop. 1,500. Alt. 4,529'. (Shell J-2) 126 Mi. W. of
Black Hills.
16 Coal. OH.

It is a long drive from Buffalo to the Black Hills. Accommodations are
few and far between. At present it seems that Mrs. Wilhelm's Tourist Home
is the best bet between these points.

GRANGER, WYO. Pop. 175. Alt. 6,800'. (Shell D-7) 44 Mi. W. of Rock
Springs.
3030 N goes north to Portland and 30 S continues westward.

Motor Court: Little America. On the modernistic order. Rms. and
cottages. Take your choice. E. 2NB $2.25. 2WB $3.00. Gar. 35c.

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WYOMING

JACKSON, WYO. Pop. 1,000. (Shell C-4) 185 ML N. of Rock Springs.
89 & 187 On way to the famous Jackson Hole country and the Grand Tetons.

Motor Court: Black's Log Cabins. Open summer months. Nicely fur-
nished. Lounge rms. Fireplaces. Rustic furniture. Trout fishing and free
guide service. 28 log cottages, all WB. E. 2WB $2.5043.00. FPark. Pets P.

Motor Court: James. % Mi. N. Open May 1 to Dec. 1. Simple. Some
with fireplaces. 21 cottages, 5 WB. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $2.50 up. FPark.
Pets P.

Guest Ranch: Triangle F. 35 Mi. S. on Rt. 187. Ranch life at its best.
Restricted clientele. Reservations required. Main bldg. with lounging and
dining rms. 1 and 2 rm. log cabins. A. 2NB $7.00-$8.00. FPark. No dogs.

JENNY LAKE, WYO. Pop. 20. Alt. 7,000'. (Shell C-3) 20 Mi. N. of
Jackson.

189 Genuine Western atmosphere. Mountain climbing. Wild game.

Cottages: Kimmel Cabins. Open May 30 to Sept. 15. 9 cottages com-
pletely equipped for housekeeping. Some WB. Reservations required. Drag
out the old "duds" and enjoy yourself. Meals. E. 2NB $4.00. 2WB $6.00.
FPark. Pets P.

Guest Ranch: Square G. Open June 1 to Nov. 1. Must make reservations.
One of the best. Modern conveniences in a wilderness. Many log cabins,
some fitted for housekeeping. E. 2NB $2.00-$3.50. FPark.

KEMMERER, WYO. Pop. 2,000. Alt. 6,927'. (Shell C-7) 51 Mi. N.E. of

Evanston.

189 LaBarge oil fields. J. C. Penny started here.

Hotel: Kemmerer. Typical small-town Wyoming hotel. 65 rms., 25 WB.
Steam heat. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00-$3.50. FPark. Pets P.

LANDER, WYO. Pop. 1,850. Alt. 5,372'. (Shell F-5) 134 Mi. N.W. of

Ratvlins.
287 Indian Village in the town during summer with Indian dances at night.

Hotel: Noble. Best place in town. 60 rms., some WB. Steam heated.
E. 2NB $2.50 up. 2WB $4.00 up. FPark. or Gar. 50c. Pets P.

LARAMIE, WYO. Pop. 8,750. Alt. 7,151'. (Shell J-8) 51 Mi. W. of Chey-
enne.

30 & 287 Home of University of Wyoming. Fine drive to Cheyenne, especially
in the evening.

Hotel: Connor. Always good, but even better since the Plains Hotel
people took over. Get rms. in new part. 100 rms., 50 WB. E. 2NB $3.00.
2WB $4.00. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

Motor Court: Superior. 1 Mi. N. on US 30. Open April 1 to Dec. 1.
An excellent court. 12 cottages, all WB., kitchenettes in some. E. 2WB
$2.5043.00. FGar. Pets P.

Motor Court: Wyoming Apts. E. edge of town. First-class accommo-
dations. 16 rms., all WB. Steam and gas heated. Kitchenettes. E. 2WB
$2.0043.00. FGar. Pets P.

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LOVELL, WYO. Pop. 1,950. Alt. 3,814'. (Shell F-l) 32 Mi. N. of Greyb

310 Hotel: Shoshone. There are none too many satisfactory places through
here. This is one of them. 40 rms., a few WB. Also 8 cottages. E. 2NB
$2.00. FPark. Gar. 50c. Pets P.

LUSK, WYO. Pop. 1,250. Alt. 5,014'. (Shell L-5) 107 Mi. E. of Casper.
20 & 85 Hotel: Ranger. One of the best operated in Wyoming. Not fancy,
but good to know about in this section. 136 guests. Steam heat. Many
rms. WB. E. 2NB $2.00 up. 2WB $3.00-$4.00-$5.00. FPark. or Gar. 50c.
Pets P.

MORAN, WYO. Pop. 100. Alt. 6,743'. (Shell C-3) 34 Mi. N. of Jackson
189 Tourist center of the Grand Teton National Park and the "Jackson Hole
country.

Jenny Lake Ranch, and Jackson Lake Lodge. Open July 1 to Sept. 1(
The first situated in forested vale within few minutes walk of lakes. Tl
second on shore of Jackson Lake. Both are high-class places with ever
modern comfort. E. 2NB $3.50. 2WB $5.50 to A. 2WB $11.00. FPai
Pets P.

Teton Lodge on E. shore of Jackson Lake. Open June 10 to Oct. 1.
all the comforts of the other places, but more of a tourist atmosphere. Sai
prices as above. Also a few housekeeping cabins here. FPark. Pets P.

PARCO, WYO. Pop. 850. Alt. 6,592'. (Shell H-7) 162 Mi. N.W. of Chi
enne.
30 Town owned by Sinclair Refining Co.

Hotel: Parco. Up to 1938 nice rms. here. May be all right now. 80
many WB. E. 2WB $4.00. FPark. Pets P.

PINEDALE, WYO. Pop. 250. Alt. 7,189'. (Shell D-5) 107 Mi. N.E.
Kemmerer.
7871,000 lakes nearby. Winter sports.

Guest House: Tourist Home. Not elaborate. A place to stay betwt
Rock Springs and Jackson. 8 guest rms. 2 baths. E. 2NB $2.00.
Pets P.

RAWLINS, WYO. Pop. 5,000. Alt. 6,759'. (Shell H-7) 117 Mi. N.W.
Laramie.

20 Motor Court: Ideal. 1 Mi. W. 52 well-kept, clean and comfortable cc
tages. 45 WB. Probably best place to stop between Rock Springs an<
Laramie. E. 2WB $2.50. FPark. Pets P.

ROCK SPRINGS, WYO. Pop. 10,500. Alt. 6,272'. (Shell E-7) 15 Mi.
of Green River.
30 & 187 One of the most important coal mining districts west of the Mississipj

Hotel: Park. A perfectly satisfactory hotel for any reasonable persoi
100 rms., 50 WB. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00 up. 2WB $3.50 up. Gar.
Pets P.

Motor Court: Hillside. 821 Dewar Dr. One of the good courts along
this route. Recently refurnished. 50 cottages, 44 WB. Steam heat. E. 2NB
$2.00. 2WB $2.50-$5.00. FGar. Pets P.



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WYOMING

ROCK SPRINGS, WYO. (continued)

Motor Court: White Mountain Lodge. 400 N. Center St. Very good.
Knotty pine, maple furniture. Kitchenettes. Immaculate. Your car serviced
while you sleep. Meals. 30 rms., all WB. E. 2WB $3.50 up. FGar. Pets P.

SHELL, WYO. Pop. 150. Alt. 4,183'. (Shell G-2) 15 ML E. of Greybull.

14 Guest Ranch: Paton. Restricted clientele. Res. preferred. In heart of
Big Horn country. Western furnishings. No swank but real comfort. Kero-
sene lamps, wash bowls, and such. Ranch life. 15 guests. A. 2NB $12.00,
including horses. FPark. No dogs.

SHERIDAN, WYO. Pop. 9,500. Alt. 3,724'. (Shell H-l) 111 ML N.W. of
Gillette.
14 & 87 Has retained more typical western atmosphere than other towns.

Hotel: Sheridan Inn: An old-time place full of atmosphere. Original
Buffalo Bill bar. If you want 1940 doo-dads look elsewhere. 100 rms., many
WB. Meals. E. 2NB $2.00. 2WB $3.00. FPark. or Gar. 50c. Pets P.

THERMOPOLIS, WYO. Pop 2,500. Alt. 4,326'. (Shell G-3) 36 ML S. of
Borland.
20 Largest Hot Springs in the world. Swimming pool.

Hotel: Carter. ACond. Surrounded by park and trees. Mineral Hot
Springs and Bath in connection. 70 rms., all WT, many WB. Also Apts.
across the street. Meals. E. 2NB $2.50. 2WB $3.50-15.00. FPark. or Gar.
50c. Pets P.

WAMSUTTER, WYO. Pop. 150. Alt. 6,709'. (Shell G-7) 41 ML W. of
Rawlins.

30 Hotel : Broadway. Granted, readers, this does not look like much as you
whiz by on the paved hwy. (This used to be one of the worst mud spots in the
state.) However, it seems that you can get clean sleeping quarters here. E.
2NB $2.00. FPark. Pets P.

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, WYO.

Motor fee, $3.00. For full information get copy of Motorists Guide from
Tourist Bureau or Department of Interior. There are hotels at Old Faithful,
Mammoth Lake, and Grand Canyon. E. 2NB $5.00. 2WB $7.00 up. For A.
add $4.00 per person. Lodges at the above and Camp Roosevelt. A. SNB
$4.75. Tourist cabins and tents (housekeeping) at all the above and West
Thumb. For two people, $1.25 up.



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Kentucky Hickory-Smoked Hams




TyfY grandfather came to Kentucky
1 ^ from Virginia in 1824. It was
not long before his hams gained a
reputation for their superior flavor,
and today I adhere to his original
recipe. My hams are prepared in De-
cember, January, and February, but
are shipped throughout the year, as
long as the supply lasts.

Hickory smoking requires about forty
days. The long process of curing
results in a shrinkage of about 24% to
33% from its original weight. This
shrinkage in weight, plus the long,
laborious process of curing, accounts
for the necessity of pricing these hams
a little above the cost of the usual
meat market type.

Mold on this type of ham is like
mold on some cheeses, an evidence of
correct curing and aging, with this
difference it is easily washed off the
ham.

Occasionally in carving one of these
hams, you may notice small white
specks scattered throughout the lean
meat. These specks are nothing more
than salt and indicate not only that
the salt has thoroughly penetrated
through the hams in seasoning, but it
also implies that it is not too new.



While these white specks are not
requisite in this type of ham, they are
regarded by connoisseurs as a welcome
sign.

When baked, these hams are nearly
always served cold and sliced thin. In
the South, we usually place a ham at
one end of the table and a turkey or
other hot meat at the other end. For
buffet lunches or suppers, the ham
may be accompanied with scalloped
oysters, etc.

The best way to keep a baked ham
fresh and moist, after the first day's
serving, is to wrap it in a damp (not
wet) napkin and place it in a crock
and during hot weather, place in a
refrigerator.

You need not cook the ham as soon
as received. It will keep for a long
period, if hung in a cool place (not
refrigerator) and kept free from flies
and other insects.

My Kentucky Hickory-Smoked Hams
are widely known for their enticing
flavor and are delicious whether fried,
broiled, or baked.

My supply of hams is limited.
Average weight, 15 pounds, which is
what most people prefer. The price
is 47 cents per pound uncooked.



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THANK YOU FOR
YOUR CO-OPERATION

in making this as nearly an accurate and reliable guide as possible.

Places go* out of business, new places are started, managements or
policies change. Therefore, it is necessary to issue new editions yearly.

Before using the postcard enclosed in this book to recommend a new
place, first look and see if it is not already listed in the current edition.

IT IS IMPORTANT TO GIVE INFORMATION CORRECTLY, as it
will save an enormous amount of detail work in my office. Be sure you
give the complete name of a place and that it is spelled correctly, with
full street address (or auto route number) and Post Office name of
village or town and if possible how far it is located in a given direction
from a large city.

Many times I receive recommendations for places to be included in
this book, but the information is inadequate or arrives too late to go in
the next printing. REMEMBER, IT TAKES QUITE A LITTLE TIME
FOR ME TO PROPERLY CHECK A PLACE.

Modern Guest Houses, located in the country or at the edge of a town,
or hotels and up-to-date Auto Courts away from noises, are the types
of places most desired by discriminating motorists.

Constructive criticisms and suggestions are welcome; when writing
me (on one side of paper, please) it is necessary that you be specific,
as merely stating that a place listed should be replaced by another does
not help much unless you give details. Your letters will be held in
confidence.

Cordially,

DUNCAN HINES



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AUTOGRAPHS

MANY people like to collect autographs from the proprietors of
places where their visit has been enjoyable. These signatures
in future years serve as reminders of pleasant journeys through the
countryside.



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