Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on September 23, 1949 · Page 26
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 26

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Friday, September 23, 1949
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8 . Sept. 22, 1949 Kison City Globe-Gazette, Mason City, la. Dr. FitzGerald to Attend Convention Dr. Don J. FitzGerald and Mrs. FitzGerald of Mason City and Dr. Karl Hoffman and Mrs. Hoffman of Algona, vice president of the state organization of the American Dental Association, will be north lowans in attendance at the annual convention in San Francisco. Oct. 17-20. The* lowans will leave Oct. 8 for the west coast. Between 8,000 and 10,000 American dentists, plus representatives from Canada, Central and South America and Europe are expected for the 4-day session. Heading t h,e Iowa delegation will be 7 official representatives of the Iowa State Dental Society, who will serve as members pf the Association's legislative body, the house tu delegates. They are Drs Max R. Kadesky, Henry M. Willits, and ( Leslie M. FitzGerald of Dubuque; Ivan M. Lemley of Ottumwa; A. N. Husiston of Cedar Rapids, and Glenn C. Anderson of Avoca. Alternate, delegates are Drs. R C. Norman of Guthrie City, W H. Paule, Burlington; E. E. Hale West Liberty; H. I. Wilson, Des Moines; Frank B. Whinery, Iowa City; C. H. Stewart, Farragut, and Dr. FitzGerald, Mason City. Americans May See Wilds of Australia Sydney, Australia, (ff) — The "top end" of Australia's northern territory may be seen by Americans who want to get away from it all, if present plans work out. Plane and motor trips into the wild territory are being worked out. E. J, Connellan, an airline operator, says wild Malayan type buffalo swarm in the area. Crocodile hunting is also said to be good sport. Incidentally, the crocodiles make good hunting for commercial hunters. Some hunters are reported to earn 3,000 pounds in 6 months by selling skins. It is estimated that this sum would buy as much in Australia as $25,000 would in the United States. Lots of Color Lansing:, Mich., (U.R)—The Michigan state highway department, cornjpleting its pavement-marking program, estimates it will paint some 12,000 miles of .yellow,, black and white lines on the state's trunk lines this summer. GIVE A RED LETTER NEW TESTAMENT . „ —with the words of the Saviour printed in red; it's an excellent little Christmas gift. It .offers a suggestion for the Sunday school teacher who wants to give her class something inexpensive yet fitting. It will be appreciated by everyone who reads the Scriptures. This unusual volume also contains a specially prepared section giving the names of trees, waters, mountains, musical instru- mens, and birds that are named in the Bible. It gives many important facts such as he longest book and the shortest verse; 254 pages printed on thin paper, bound in a flexible black cover. Twenty-five cents, postpaid. ' —Use This Coupon — The Mason "City Globe-Gazette, Information Bureau, 316 Eye St., N. E., Washington 2, D. C. I inclose 25 cents in coin (carefully wrapped in paper) for a copy of the NEW TESTAMENT. Name Street or Rural Route City State (Mail to Washington, D. C.) FIGURINE PAINTING CLASSES Now Starting LEARN TO PAINT YOUR OWN FIGURINES Fascinating: - Interesting EASY TO LEARN PROFESSIONAL INSTRUCTRESS Will Teach You Enroll Today Only $1.00 Per Class Ralph 8. Shepherd Z1 1st S, E. PHONE 1362 - \m&¥;* When It Comes to Fall Fashions ... Your Best Bet Is to Come to Eatons! Smartly Designed Clothes Jhat Deny Their Low Prices! # WOOL SUITS COMPLETE YOUR FALL FASHION PICTURE WITH SMART, ACCESSORIES TO Spend your fashion dollar wisely! All wool suits . . . tailored enough for the office . . . versatile enough to wear for that evening date! Sharkskins, gabardines, tweeds and coverts, precision cut for perfect fit! FALL DRESSES TO Tailored or dressy . . . whatever the occasion . . . Eatons has the perfect dress for you! In soft crepes, light weight wools, smooth gabardines . . . with smart detailing that.will give you that "custom made" look! Bright foliage colors or your favorite brown and black! Make it a date to see these dresses tomorrow! ZIP-OUT FUR-LINED LEATHER-LINED WOOL-LINED COATS f 7 LEATHER OR FABRIC HANDBAGS .. _,» , ""* • OVER-THE-SHOULDER or POUCH STYLES! SPARKLING GOLD JEWELRY.... • NECKLACES! • EARRINGS! • BRACELETS! The coat that leads a double life . . . zip-in goes your leather lining for cold weather . . . zip-out it comes for comfortable "between-season" wear. Wonderful all wool fabric of gabardine, sharkskins and coverts! • LUXURIOUS FUR TRIMMED C O AT S —~—V "I7/ TO Fall coats lavishly trimmed with Persian lamb, mouton, muskrat . . . superbly made of warm all-wool fabrics. Exciting new fall colors: Wine, green, grey. Luxurious coats at budget prices! LONG-WEAR ING, EASY-TO-CARE FOR NYLON SLIPS Nylon slips at a price that won't dent your budget! Eliminate tedious ironing time! Quick washing . . . rinse them i out . . . they're dry in a jiffy! ', Cut to eliminate "riding up!" ANH UP \ ~l SIZES 32 to 44! ACROSS FROM THE PARK SHOP TIL 9 P. M. FRIDAY

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