Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on May 11, 1933 · Page 4
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 11, 1933
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PAGE FOUR ItoAY, JUST ONCE IN A WiU Yon Have a World'* Fair So Near These great expositions are not common. They are held rarely, at widely separated places in the world, land it is only once in a lifetime that the average man can attend one. Chicago offers this chance to the present generation? don't let your opportunity go by. It may not come again. ;'.. p rei entlng You've heard your parents talk about the World's Fair at Chicago in'93. It was one of m ^^HM^ r^\^\l^v the high spots of their lives—the % V* CN\ V)t) U \\ exposition of the future—the ex- ^^ periments of today that become the realities of tomorrow. The electric light, telephone, wire-^ less, etc., were new experiments in those days, yet today they are common-", place. See for yourself the life of the next 20 years unfolding before you in wonderful array—see the inventions that will change your life like the radio,\ telephone and electricity changed the lives of the generation now fading And, stay in the newest thing in World's Fairs—Beacon City—where you know your expense, are not at the mercy of restaurant and\ hotel owners, where traffic is not a problem, and' where friends can gather together. This is the most wonderful oportunity of the i Century, and it's up to you to take advantage of it. Perhaps you plan to attend the World's Fair, but you dread the Chicago city traffic, which would be i greatly augmented by the Fair itself. You have also\ worried about the cost of food and lodging. Restaurants* have looked forward to the Fair to recoup losses of the depression, and hotel owners are happy with prospects of 1 /•igher rates for their empty rooms. Here's the way to beat the high price game, avoid traffic^ sleep comfortably where the air is fresh and str.eet cars do' 1 ? PW ™ ? y ° U fwake-Beacon City. Beacon City is located a' xew miles south of Chicago. It is a city of small cabins, built on a country club grounds, wih all the conveniences of home a swimming pool—everything just as you wish. ' You need not walk for hours in crowds to get to the Fair s-ate^ - y ™ rideto the entrance in an electric train-yo,need notpay^ exorbitant prices for food and lodging- your ticket ?sfuSed 1 -lectures are given each morning on features of the Fair ordinarily! missed. Beacon City offers you freedom from financial worrv frornl S a A % d | ays and care ' Gras *> this opportunity now. Call ni «c an Mf off , lce ' east of th e courthouse, and make your reserva Beacon City. m ^ reservation ' Pav the rest wh en you check in at 1 ^ ^aa ,oW at Minimum Cost ONE ENTIRE WEEK IN Chicago with all necessary Expenses Paid for only 10** •v* **• Includes your meal lodging, parking, ^ fair ticket, dai| % transportation \ and from fairti ^\Beacnn C.itu. et( «o»- Fair fore you leave and girl may not _ Beacon City will chape Plan your trip to the and know its cost be- Parents—your boy have this chance again! rone them if you wish. THE BEACON CITY WAY OFFERS An Ideal Vacation location. In order to make your trip to the World's Fair a complete vacation, a -beautifully wooded and rolling tract of land has been selected as the location of Beacon City. It is located near the (Illinois Central Electrified line, just a pleasant ride from the exposition gates Its environment is picturesque and charming. Many trees provide beauty and a refreshing, cool atmosphere. A well-developed golf course, swimming pool and other facilities for recreation make it an ideal .place where one may combine a trip to the exposition with a vacation never to be forgotten, for its wholesome enjoyment. Away from the excitement and wear and tear of Chicago, you have the opportunity of making your hours of rest and leisure a period of delightful relaxation. Situated in this exclusive atmosphere, Beacon City consists of •groups of wood constructed cottages of the attractive summer, type built for the comfort and convenience of guests. Each of these cottages has two separate rooms, accommodating two guests to a room. Each room is furnished with electric lights, two single beds with inner spring mattresses, dressing stand, mirror, chairs, etc. Bed linen, towels and maid service are included. Sanitary units are conveniently located where hot and cold showers and complete plumbing facilities provide satisfactory sanitary accommodations. The cottages are fitted with locks, are completely screened, and are situated in surroundings that assure cool restful nights. Meals will be served in attractive, open-air dining rooms that 'are completely screened^ These meals will 'be good. They will be carefully planned with the 'best of food served and plenty of It. Anticipating that guests of Beacon City will want to attend the Fair in the afternoon and evening, the main meal of the day will be served between 11 a. m. and 1 p. m. Breakfast may be had at one's convenience up to 9 a. m. For those remaining at the Fair a meal will be served at the Fair grounds. And it costs only $31.95 for the full period. Children under eight years of age, $17.50 for the full per- lod. The short period —$19.95— pro- rides same accomodatlojis for a period of three nights at Beacon City and three days at the exposition. Children under eight years of age —$10.00— for the short period. t t t 1. Essential costs known before you go. You know before you go the essential costs o4 your stay at Beacon City and your visits to the Exposition. Includes every essential expense alter you arrive at Beacon City. t t t 2. Responsible management. The Beacon organization has had ten years experience in conducting tours. It is endorsed by responsible organizations and prominent citizens throughout the middle west. t t t 8. Friendly environment 1 . Folks from your home state will be there to help you enjoy the advantages of Beacon City and make your visit a most pleasant experience t t t 4. Living accommodations. Good wholesome meals (three each day) Permanent, well ventilated, cool cottages equipped with comfortable •beds .with inner spring mattresses; bed linen; inaid service; complete sanitary facilities in central units. Health protection: a first aid unit with nurses and medical supervls- • ion will toe available at all times, t t t 5. Recreational facilities. Group games and many other games such as volley ball, horseshoes, etc., and directed playground activities for boys and iglrls. Social activities for young people. GoM and swimming privileges at the country club with greens fee at 76c, swimming at lOc for children and 25c ifor adults. t t t 6. Educational facilities. Dally talks, "How to get the most put of the World's Fair", guide service without cost, that enables one to get a great deal more out of the ex» position. m 7, Dally admission to the Fair. T . h « «e™™l gate admission as Included In the Beacon City fee wiU admit one to the exhibit 'buildlngB constructed by the Century of Progress, which Includes: Agricultural ™ B " Communications and Radio bldg., Dairy bldg., Electrical "idg General Exhibits group Hall- Science, Hall of Social Home Planning hall, May^ u pie, states-Group, and Travel kdm + ,- •: wi admit one to those exhibit buildings constructed by private interests, namely, American Radiator b dg., Christian Science Monitor *"*- ^ al *r Wdg, Edison Mem! orial, Federal bldg., Firestone bldg., General Motors bldg., Jllin- S! 'Host, bldg., Johns-Manville bldg., Hall of Religion, Sears-Roebuck bldg.. Southern Cypress bldg. Swift? 9 " an4 ' Speclal H ™s • Additional charges will be made by the exposition for alj concessions. The term concession refers to any activity conducted witbln tie grounds for which the Fair visitor pays money, such as: means of In- •IM HMfl HW area* are provided for boys girls, and special activities for and play will be, * dally ipart otW program, with counselors and lea« ws In chajye, No boy or girl wfl be penmtt«5 ^ visit friends or re *«vei In Chicago without writtffl perml8Bion -fron» parents. of tfe can. without cfcarge. Dally and Algona, Iowa Kossuth County Representati : r - '-'^?.&£K&~ • '• *,* f-•£!*£*• $$>& ' r l *_1^imi *.!i*'i h* ve

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