Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1933 · Page 7
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Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1933
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28,1988. It PLEA ISEOF IALLCOL KOSSUTH COUNTY ADVANCE, AttJONA, IOWA IS HE LEGE PAdE Demand that Exemption Be Removed. Rev. C). V. Hulsc, program spoke to the Rotarians [noon luncheon Monday, In nee of another program,, on tem of * ne private colleges [He said that Representative Mahaska, had Introduced the .legislature calling for the property, of small col- |of the private colleges have * which-Is'not. taxed, and the Itatlve wants It taxed In ord- the taxes of other In the vicinity of the en- property of small colleges, tn the state at large,, Mr. M. Plan IB Opposed. la against this plan his talk he gave his reasons, nearly 30 private col- Iowa, such as Mornlngslde, Simpson, Iowa Wesleyan, Ihodtst; Parsons, Coe, and ista, Presbyterian; Grlnnell hy Catholic .colleges. It Is the ffrom property given by gen- s that makes these col- ifble. The colleges are not state anything except lone way of exemption from [nstead, they are an Import- ins of keeping state taxes than two-thirds o£ the col- Sents of Iowa attend private , while only one third attend tte institutions such as the jlty, I wa State at "Ames, and ate Teachers college. There students in smaller col- bnly 11,000 In the state lieges Earn Exception. (fact that .these small colleges king care of two-thirds of [liege problem In Iowa is a ind worthy reason for tax ex- Eastern states, Mr. Hulse Save no institutions to sup- Ifith tax money. Universities harvard, Yale, and many not cost the taxpayers of fctate a cent. If people only that these private Institu- Bre really relieving the state burden In taxes there no question regarding the on .their property. i Costs No Higher. •age cost of educating a a state college is $550, n private colleges the cost $250. The reason for the nee Is the higher salaries Institutions,, caused primar- |the play of politics, etc. private Institutions are hav- |hard enough time to keep go- it is, without adding the bur- taxation. Some years ago {were nearly 40 private colleg- Ilowa, but economic conditions •reduced them by 25 per cent, Ifewer than 30. reduction has added a bur\ college education to 'the state formerly didn't cost anything : than . tax exemption of tho ity which'keeps the colleges FIRST DAY Thursday, November 23 Part Wool Blankets Large size double blankets of an excellent quality part wool In pretty plaid patterns. One day price, £4 pair__*_ 9 I « English Prints Our finest quality colorfast prints in beautiful unusual patterns. Sale price Kapok Large package of this ing. Sale price popular fill- 24c A Sale That Is Statewide In Sc&pe Seasonable items—everyday needs in all departments specially priced for this great pre-Holiday occas- We're out to break all our previous selling records. THIRD DAY Saturday, November 25 Blanket Sheets An excellent heavy fluffy qial* ity size 70x80 blanket sheet ift every wanted color. One day price £ 4 <A A 2 blankets for 9 I «O«I Kotex ion. Table Oil Cloth Standard quality table oil cloth in either plain white or attractive patterns. Regular 45-in width. Sale price. Genuine Kotex, package. Sale price, 3 pkgs. for ..... 12 napkin size Underwear Hand Bags Stylish hand bags in the new and colors. Sale price - shapes $1.35 Rayon Pajamas Colorful two-tone combination rayon pajamas, attractive styles, sizes small, medium, large. Sale price Leather Gloves Warm gloves for colder days — lined and fur trimmed. Values & 1 to $3.95. Sale price .....*PJ- » Children's Hose Silk and wool hose for children in a medium shade of tan heather. Sale price 48c Ladies' rayon bloomers of an excellent quality. Sale price and step-ina 39c New (Fall silks in the new shades in either solid colors or the popular travel print QQ** patterns. Sale price ... O*?C Table Cloths Velvetized crash table covers in size 60x80 in v Very new and (P 1 9Q attractive. Sale price ...«?-«- «*J *f Blankets •Heavy quality fluffy part wool double blankets, size 72x84 in. An excellent $3.98 O* O A O value. Sale price ..tD^.JrO All Winter Coats at Sensational Price Reductions Just as the cold weather approaches—just when you'll get every minu e of wear out of your new coat we • give you this made-to-order opportunity to buy at a big saving. Outing Flannel Standard quality 36-in. width outing flannel in either light or 1 9/» dark. Sale price JL £l €/. I COATS Turkish Towels 22x44 in double We Large family size tread quality. Sale price IDEMY LOSES IN IME SUNDAY WITH iMMETSBURG IRISH last football game of the for the St. Cecelia's acad- am was lost to Emmetsburg, Sunday afternoon, 13-2. s made the record for the I stand at three wins, three i and one tie. The total points e year are 43, while oppon- Itotaled 72. The record for the pn follows: gona 12, Charles City 7. gona 6, Dougherty 6, gona 6, Corpus Christ, Fort 0, gona 19, Holy Family, Mason gona 0. St. Joseph's, Mason ;27. •'.•-.•, gona 0, l4vermore 19. gona 2, Emmetsburg 13. the game Sunday the first 'ter was scoreless, but Emmets- r got'the ball the second quar- and 'steadily pushed the acad- •. line over the goal line with [plays, end runs, and passes. j was the first touchdown, and [kick for extra point was good, T third quarter was also score- Algona several times got i scoring distance, tout was [able to put the ball across, i the fourth quarter Algona i had the ball on Emmetsburg's 1. line, but a pass from Baker estenlehner met with interfer- , and the referee, instead of eding a touchdown, gave Al* only a safety counting two s- Shortly afterwards. Em^ burg managed to get through . touchdown, , Cecelia's started the season a promising record, but the ot the last three games of the dule sppiled it. Omar Kelly excellent football at quar- i throughout the, season, as I Floyd Bode also fullback, and nlehner at right end. |r«, J. H. Beckman, Emmetsburg, Dies u s. John <&. Beckman, 72, Em- pburg, died Thursday, Novem- of hardening of the arteries, husband died in 1931. They B married at <Jarnavillo Noyem* .'8.1892, an.d for five years lived [Ledyard, where Mr. 'Beckman. a store. Then they moved to ~ r m near Emmetsburg. In 1916 sold the farm aivd moved to i. They had no children. One ' Bepknjan's nephews was 'P. once managing edi- is (Register, ^JMJS JournftUs» editor of The Table Covers Hand blocked crash table cloths in new attractive patterns in size 60x72 inch. QR/* Sale price «7OC $16.95 A~Timited number of these coats that were intended to sell for $25. $23.75 Attractively sty led coats with or without fur trimming in plain or mixtures. Our regular $29.75 values. Our Best Coats Lavishly Fur Trimmed Beautifully made winter coats in styles of assured vogue, richly trimmed with choicest furs, including values to $65, now $39-75 COATS $26.75 These are amazing coat values, distinctive styles and luxurious quality, values to $36.50. $33.75 Many of our smartest "E k c o m o o r" and "Printzess" coats are Included In this group —values to $45.00. Suede Gloves "Kayser" quality suede in the new Fall colors, to 95c.' .Sale price gloves Values 59 c Silk Scarf i Blanket Sheets Large size 70x90 in. pretty plain pastel colored blanket sheets of a Q Q g* fine fluffy quality. Sale price «7U I/ Sport Jackets Heavy woolen Jacket for the young Miss, especially popular .for the high school girl. Colors green, blue, red and fl» A QQ tan. Sale price .... «P* •« /u Knit Bloomers Ladies' bloomers or vests of a fine knit, with woven rayon 9Q,C stripes, Sale price Gtwis Hand Lotion Genuine "Hinds" Honey and Almond cream hand lotion, O >7 ** BOc size, sale price ....«*• *> Linen Towels "Stevens" quality all linen ready made hand.towels with different /^/* colpred borders. Sale price ..-*•• ** "Kayserette" Genuine "Kayser" made 1-piece knit pajamas called (P "j "Kayserettes." Sale price «»-«• Children's Bloomers An excellent quality full cut children's^ rayon bloomers in all sizes 9/1 £ from 6 to 14. Sale price ,... **^ ^ SECOND DAY Friday, November 24 Pure Silk Ho*e New shades in either service or chiffon weight Jn size 8 1-9 to 10 1-8. This is a very unusuaj offer, One day price, OQg v^w About 400 Beautiful Silk and Wool Dresses Truly a marvelous array of frocks in styles to please every fashion wise woman. An exciting collection, offered at these remarkably low prices. DRESSES $4-98 Smart styles in plain silks, travel crepes, and woolens, all sizes from 14 to 44. Original values to $8.50. $6.98 Lots of glamour in these wools, silk crepes and sheers, Misses and women's sizes, values to $10. Silk and Wool Dresses A grand array of youthful styled silk and wool dresses, in all the new colors, values to 913.95. $9.98 Attractive new shapes in colorful silk scarfs. flTOjf* Sale price e/t7V, BalbrigganPajamas •'Smart colorful one or two-piece, balbriggan pajamas. A very popular garment. <p 1 }fQ Sale price V X «*O Knit Wool Dresses $12.95 You and your froek will look as if you'd just stepped out of a fashion magazine if selected from this prroup. Values to $16.50. $16.95 Many of our finest dress values, representing frocks suitable for your important daytime, dinner and after dinner engagements. Values to $23.75. Smart styles and colors in the popular woolen knit dresses in both the one or 2-piece styles. Values |6.95. Sale price to $3.98 Children's Hose full length cotton hose in a medium shade of tan. Sizes 6 to -10, price Children's Sleepers Nicely made one-piece knitted sleep ers for children. ^TQ/' Sale price ' vv\> Toothpaste Regular 50c size tubes of "Pep- sodent" or "Squibbs" ^Q/» tooth paste. Sale price. «Jt7t> lower floor—^Algona^ Bargain Spot"—now offers unprecedented values! Women's coats, bath robes, suits, bedding, small rug», remnants, odd and broken lots from all d< mses, ran [partments. ' Chr istensen Bros. Co "Algona'8 Garment Center" Curtains "Quaker" lace curtains and curtains of newest weaves and styles, val. to fl.50. Sale price < ruffled Boys' Hose cuff top 36e The popular elastic novelty hose for boys. Sale price ... Cotton Bats Fluffy, white quality comforter cotjon bats. Sale price *.•• . 48* ^ FOURTH DAY Monday, November Kid Gloves .eitfcee btesfc 1 wr ftmiftftg

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