National Geographic : 1934 Feb
Read about this NEW kind of service to Europe LOW COST TRIP TO EUROPE! They said it couldn'tbe done... with two-bed rooms; hot and cold running water in every cabin; abundant and delicious food; the unrestricted use of the ship with its spacious decks, veranda cafe, and recreation rooms. But it can be done. We proved it last year to students, teachers, scientists, professional people and family parties. They were so delighted (and surprised) at the comforts and steadiness of our ships and the congenial friends they met aboard that they wrote hundreds of unsolicited letters to us. Those letters are a remarkable verdict on this new kind of service to Europe (New York Havre-Antwerp). Would you like to read some of these letters? May we tell you all about it? AND your car can go along in the ship's garage at the lowest rate on the Atlantic! That's the most economical way to explore Europe, especially for a party of four or five persons. You will see more and pay less if you take your own car. May we tell you about roads and motoring abroad? Ask your agent, or write to us ARNOLD BERNSTEIN LINE, Dept. 32 17 Battery Place, New York, New York YES! Tell me about the new kind of service to Europe. I am especially interested in: Q Passenger (The low cost way). D My car (The lowest rate on the Atlantic). Name Street City State DR[[B -T9I34 Garden A complete reference man ual filled with useful and helpful information for the amateur gardener. If you have learned through experience that you can't get more out of a garden than you put into it -write for a copy of the new Dreer's 1934 Garden Book. Free on request to those interested in vege table and flower seeds, roses, perennial plants, etc. HENRY A. DREER 158 Dreer Bldg., 1306 Spring Garden St., Phila., Pa. Bound for the Seven Seas Argosy of Geography-This old-time "Square Rigger," bowling along in mid-Gulf Stream, from a photograph by John Oliver La Gorce, preserves the full beauty, mystery, and power of the sea. Blue photogravure, 27 x 20 inches, on beveled Superfine Bris tol-packed for convenient remailing to your friends. $1; Framed$5. Postpaidin U.S. only Elsewhere 25 cents extra Framed shipment abroad not advised Among other outdoor subjects: DOE AND TWIN FAWNS PRAYER IN THE DESERT Illustrated circular on request. Obtainable only from the National Geographic Society, Dept. H, Washington, D. C. CHAMPION-INTERNATIONAL COMPANY MANUFACTURERS OF National Geographic Paper and other high-grade coated paper LAWRENCE, MASS. THIS MAGAZINE IS FROM OUR PRESSES JUDD & DETWEILER, INC. lfatrr Ilrintrrs ECKINGTON PLACE AND FLORIDA AVENUE WASHINGTON. D. C.