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'TW Spencer Beats Mason City 6-5; Cards Take Playoffs for 4th Straight Season Early Lead Holds Up for Series Sweep 11,200 Watch Collins Whip Glen Flanagan The Boxscore Sl'ENCEK-- ly, K. Stenger. ·» W i l l , i-f Vltto, 'it Ltnkc, rf l l a y e i . II) iCckert, c H a w l n , :lb . . llbboils, it . BOSON W-- Tommy Collins, Boston's featherweight title contender, gave a highly scientific performance for 15 rounds Monday night while pounding out a decision over cagey Glen Klariiigan of St. Paul, Minn. Skillful side-stepping and back- pedalling enabled l-'lanugiin - t o avoid all but a few of Collins' rights. One smash to the licati put F l a n a g a n down for a nine-count in the 12th. After Collins taunted Flanagan by imitating his cautious footwork in burlesqued fashion in the .seventh round, the Mid-Westerner became aggressive and they battled toe-to- toe at least once in all of the remaining rounds. Flanagan Knew Before the result was announced Flanagan, apparently convinced he was the loser, attempted to leave the ring but was pulled back by Pinkey George of DCS Moines, his manager. As Collins pranced around waving kisses to his admirers in the packed 11,200 crowd, the poll of the officials showed Referee Tommy Rawson voting Collins 149 points to 132, Judge John Norton 148-140 and Judge Joe Santorci MG-MO. Collins MASON" C I T Y -- .1 IValdruu, :ih L'olltilon. ?b I'O ii K I X O. Miller. Ib If '. S t t n e c r . sa ..... lloliiialc. i f . . . . . . . . I'earsnli. cf ....... . Kiirtt. | . .......... II, M i l l e r , P ........ TOTALS ......... Scorn by inning*: Si'K NCKH ......... M A S O N CITY ..... A l t .1 Ii K I I 1 I'O I 4 X Ii (I nil Kid iioo--i; otii oui) KOI--ri HI ·-' ii -I Krrors: Hayes. « £ u b n n . U'ahlroii, T. Stenger. nollffiUe, PearsitH; runs batted lu: II. Stcnrer. Will. Wise ·;. H a y e s , \ V a l i l n m II. Sillier; .Miller, 1) Cnlliilun. M n r r i t i i . C. M i l l e r . lwo-lasc hits: Will. Ciillnlon. C home run: M o r g a n ; s u c r i n c c : W i s e ! ilou- b\e. p l a y s : Collolon lo SlniKiT to C. .MillIT, Vulilruii Hi Colluluii tu V. M i l l e r , Walilroii o Slenecr lo C'ollolon; l e f t in b a s e s : Silencer X, Mason Clly Si buses on halls: Gib ions, U. M i l l e r 5; s t r i k e - n u t s : (libhous 3 1. M i l l e r 8: tills ( j f f : K u r i l 8 for 5 runs- In I n n i n g s . H. M i l l e r I for I run In 1 III HE*; w l l i l pitch: {llblitins; passirtl h a l l ; M o r g a n ; loslnj; pitcher: K u r i l : umpires: l . u i i s l i i K , McCornilck, W l t l k o r i f ; l i m e : !t:'!',t By JIM VANHEEL Sports Editor The Spencer Cardinals are play- ff c h a m p s of the Iowa State League for the fourth straight sea- 011-- or every year since the cir- nil has been in operation. Tuesday ight id Roosevelt Field before a ood sized turnout of an estimated ,300 fans, the Cards nipped Mason City G-5 for a two-game sweep of final championship scries. ^rcviously Spencer had downed three straight treatment the weighed Flanagan. a pound less than Collins, after going 15 rounds for the first lime, look his victory in that Willie Pep Collins a month ago) was better. "The only time Flanagan hurt me was when A bumped heads," Collins said. Collins Must Wait stride. He said (knocked out by Best Earned Run Mark in National by Raifensberger NEW YORK Iff)-- Lefty Ken H a f the Cincinnati. Red the Naliona as fcnsbcrger of has taken over League's earned run leader. Aver ages compiled by The Associates Press through Monday's games dis close that the 35-year-old K a f f c n s bcrgcr has allowed 58 earned run in 208 innings for a 2.51 mark. HI has a 14-11 record. Jn the American League, Pliila clelphia's Bobby Shunt 1 /., with 4 Collins will Plunimcr of wait until Feclerieo P a n a m a and Percv Bassett of Philadelphia, who went to a 10-round draw in Panama City Sunday, go through a return bout. The National 'Boxing Association has paired the eventual winner with Collins for a U. S. "interim" championship bout to provide a st'tiul-in until tillist Sandy Saddler completes his Army service. Standings in Minors A M E R I C A N ASSOCIATION' W. L. M i l w a u k e e ................ XX -IK Kansas City ............... H I :ii St. r»«1 : ; . . . ........ ...... ' 7!l l i t Minneapolis ............... 711 ll." I . n u l i v l l l r ................. i;x iiu Indianapolis ......... . ..... lilt "V". Columbus ................. till 7X C h a r l e s t o n ................ ·! - !r T l l t t l i E - l . [,EA(H;r. W. L. l i v a n s v l l l c T e r r e Haute JTI -HI earned tallies in 229 f r a m e s , hold the top spot 'with a 1.81 average The brilliant southpaw, seeking I capture pitching's triple crowi has won 22 and dropped only fou for the fourth place Athletics. Karl Drews and Robin Robert? Philadelphia Righthanders, folio 1 Raffensbergcr. Drews, who boast five shutouts, has permitted earned runs in 171 innings fo 2.53, while Roberts, the NL's onl 20-gamc winner, is third at 2.51 Robin's record shows 71 carnc runs in 250 innings. Brooklyn's Billy Loes is fourl with 2.G3 followed by Warre Hacker of Chicago with a 2. mark. Allic Reynolds, the early season Pel. Waterloo .................. Ii K e u k u k ..... ............... t On venport . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Cedar Itii]ifil3 .......... IJllincy .................. WEST KHN LEA t.'iilorailu Spl' Denver . . . . , O m a l i i i Sioux C l l y 1'ueblo ll'lchlta L i n c o l n DCS Moitics i.-, IX .Mi I V. H games, Legion- :ic same airos dished out to Carroll in the irst elimination. on /on the regular season pennant ,-as in 1949. Oilier winners were Jari-oll in 'SO, B a n c r o f t in '51 and Playoff Scores Mason Cify 6, Carroll 0. Spencer 7, Estherville 6. Mason City 9, Carroll 0. Spencer 17, Estherville 2. Mason City 7, Carroll 6 (11 innings). Spencer 14, Estherville 1. Spencer 4, Mason City 0. Spencer 6, Mason City 5, JaiToll again in '52. But Spencer, usually a slow starter, seems to be n a class of its own when the playoffs get going. Hold 13-3 Edge The loss of the series to Spencer was expected. Jn regular season .he Cards held an 11-3 edge over Mason City and with the p l a y o f f ;ames counted in the total Spencer posted a 13-3 m a r g i n over the Legionnaires this season. The overall record for Mason City for the summer showed 24 wins and 34 losses, the poorest mark for the Legionnaires since scmipro baseball was returned to Mason City in the post-war era. Tuesday night it was .lim Clib- Iowa Thin at Guards, Center Spot IO\VA CITY--Material at guards and center is so thin as to be positively emaciated as University of Iowa coaches take slock of prospects at those positions before drill opens Sept. 3. Not that the players are of puny physical characteristics but in the experience department they are practically novices and in numbers they arc scanty, only seven guards and seven centers. There is no leltcrmen who lettered as a guard last fail. Dick Frymire, the only remaining one, has been shifted to left tackle. None of the other candidates even has played in a college game at a guard post. Andy lloug of St. Ansgar, a 19S- pounder, has been placed at iuard after winning a letter JKS a defensive end in 1951. He also may be used pail-time at end but his only guard experience w a s in spring drill. One Vet At Center The stile leUcrinan center is Jerry Jlilgcnbcrg of Wilton ,lunc- Trucks Posts 2nd No-Hitter of Season in Blanking Yanks 1-0 Aug. 26, 1952 13 .Maion City Clube-fiaieUe, ISUibn G'llj, J». By JOE REICHLER AP Sports Writer Virgil Trucks was riding on Die! clouds Tuesday ns a double no-hit [ piti-hcr for the Detroit Tigers. The 33-year-old righthander, in liis poorest season in the majors, held the New York Yankees hitless Monday al the Yankee Stadium and won, 1-0, The tlirill- packcd performance cut the world champions' American Leajjuo lead to one game over the 'Cleveland Indians, who defeated Washington, 7-2. Trucks handcuffed the Washington Senators without a hit or a run on May 15. The Also a One-Hitter B i r m i n g h a m firebnllor also Ion, a 195-pound senior who was a pivot Jerry replacement a was a baseball year ago. regular so missed spring drill. Charles Boothc, Galcsburg, 111., and Jerry Clark, Independence, were squaclmen last year but played little. Boothe formerly was a tackle. Clark, improved in the spring and has the speed and desire to ho valuable. A f t e r a season as junior varsity players, Phil H a y n i a n .Jr.. St. Louis, Mo.; Tom Ellis, Dnburiue; and Tom Flcckenstein, Cedar Hap- ids, now are varsity prospects. Ellis' is a 210-poundcr who was a back in high school and Klecken- slcin, 200, was a prep center, Big Hayman,'205 pounds and agile, was a good .IV tackle and i.s regarded as a coiner at guard. Lawson Develops Well Coaches were pleased with (he spring development of Warren Lawson, Fairfield, at center. The 195-pounder won the first a n n u a l Iowa coaches award of a watch as the player contributing m o s t to has pitched a one-hitter and a tsvo- nilter, yet he has only five victories against 15 defeats. A seventh inning double by Walter Dropo followed by Steve Sou- chock's single off Rookie Hill Milter provided Trucks with I h u winning margin. It was not until the Yankees were going to bat in the seventh inning that Trucks learned he had ii no- hitter going. U n t i l then ho, along with everyone else, was under the assumption t h a t he had allowed a hit in the third inning. In that inning, Phil lii/y.uto chopped a single grounder to short. J o h n n y Pesky fielded the hall cleanly and then hobbled i(. His throw to first was low and late and Hi/.zuto was safe. John Drebingcr, o f f i c i a l scorer and veteran baseball writer of the Now York Times, called it nn error immediately. Then, after a' moment's reflection, he reversed h i m self. Under the impression t h a i the ball had stuck in the webbing of Pcsky's glove, Drcbingcr changed it to a hit. Telephoned Pesky Still not satisfied, Drehingcr telephoned Pesky In the visitors' dugout as the Tigers came to bat it t h e seventh and the .shortstop readily look the bin me. "It was my f a u l t , " he explainer) "I had it in my glove but i uie piayur comr.uuuns m o s i u. s q u i r i n c t | i oosc jllsl lls L i. unc |, 0 d tc spring practice. He played 0:1 the ,.,,,,, if ,..., .. Iowa JV team while a freshman in 1951. Forrest Houser, a Griswold junior of 210 pounds, was converted to bons who pitched the victory, his second in (he playoffs and his ninth of the season against league clubs. He accomplished his mission by Mason City f r a m e which surviving Attack in produced a six-hit the third four runs. The Lcgion- EF!v\ leader the American Holt Twins to West Virginia MORGANTOWN, W. Va.,--The Holt twins,. Mike and John, who were accorded various honors as basketball stars at Fort Laudcr- dale, Fla., have enrolled at West Virginia. M i k e , G-l and 174 pounds, averaged 17.1 points a game in high school last season while John, (1-2 and scaling points a game. 185, averaged 1(5. B O R D E R L I N E LEAGUE ( F i n a l Standings) W. Thompson n a r n e r M a s o n {,'lty .lolce Xnrthwniu! l . i i k e M i l l H r.rl.ui.l F e r t i l e . . . . . League, still has a chance to over- lake Shantz. The 34-year-old New York Yankee righthander, with 47 earned runs in 193 frames, is r u n n c r u p with a 2.19 average. Cleveland's Mike G a r c i a holds down third place al 2.30. The durable righty, who shows a 1G-8 record, has given up GO 1 earned runs in 223 innings. Billy Pierce of the Chicago White Sox is fourth with 2.47 and Joe Dobson. also ol the Clusox, is fifth with 2.54. Kirby Medalist in Women's National Amateur Tourney PORTLAND, Ore. Wi--Straight- shooting Dorothy Kirby of Atlanta, having mastered 148 rivals to capture medal honors, launched thejCollolon and batted around for four f o r m a l defense of her W o m a n ' s ' r i i n s . Stew M a c k i e , Spencer m a n a naircs had an edge in hits for the n i y h t , Jl-10. John Kuril, seeking his ninth victory of the summer for Mason City, took the loss as he was hammered hard before leaving the game. With the Legionnaires m a k i n g three errors in the second i n n i n g coupled with two hits, Spencer took a 1-0 lead. In t h e third f r a m e , triples by Gibbons and K. C. Wise, a single by Bill Stenger and an error took Kuril off the mound with no batters retired as Spencer got four runs in the inning. Pitches Best G a m e Big Rob Miller finished off the game for Mason City and pitched his best ball of the season. The tall southpaw g a v e up only four hits and one run in going seven i n n i n g s while fanning eight batters but the early !-0 Spencer m a r g i n was too much. Gibbons took a bouncing in the last h a l f of the third frame. The Legionnaires rapped h i m for six hits, including a double by Dick center from 19.11 varsity tackle after sciuadman. being a Another squad member of last y e a r is P a u l Morlock, Aurora, I I I . , 205 pounds, who failed to get in any varsity games. Other candidates arc Centers Bruce Shine, Spencer, a sophomore of 200 pounds; Mori Miles, DCS Moines, 210 and (!-·! sophomore; George T c n h a a f , Spcrry, 209 pounds and at 28 the oldest player on the squad; and Guard Eminetl Sawyer,· 15 a s t Molinc, 111., 190- pound sophomore. take it out.' Drebinger then reversed himscl a g a i n , ruled it an error. Only two other Yankees beside: HIKZUto reached base, one on : walk and another on an error. The Indians clubbed Connie M a i rcro for Yi hits as Bob Lemo National Amateur golf c h a m p i o n ship in first round match play Tuesday. The girl from Georgia scored n thrce-overrpar 70 to lead the quali- ger, decided to leave Gibbons in the game and the Notre D a m e r i g h t h a n d e r was steady the re- m a i n d e r of the game. The f i n a l Spencer run came in fiers Monday. Par 3G-37--73 was the fourth when B i l l Stcngcr Last Chance a few garments left at this reduction. Don't Just g r e a t price w a i t . . . Come in today. Lightweight Tropical Worsted Summer SUITS One Group Values to 42.50 price One Group of All Wool Year-Round SUITS Values to 1 / $55.00 Price ED. FINNEGAN Custom Tailored and Ready-Made Clothes 21-A 1st St. S. E. Acre** from n a v l i l s n n . i " A t / m i A T I O N S - RF.r.MKn ^ Y r a r * Clnlhlng f l x p r r l r n r n an elusive target and only six managed to break 80. Scores of 88 or u n d e r q u a l i f i e d , reached base on a fielder's choice nnd Bob Will smacked n double to bring Slcnger home. That was the Ray Henely Gains Final Round in Legion Club Meefr Ray Henely gained the f i n a l round of the Legion Club lour- n a in cut over the weekend with a G-H victory over Cooney H a k l u f f . flcnciy will meet the winner of the Lyle 'Humphrey-Frank Rock match next weekend for the club c h a m - pionship. Ml Haddy won the f i r s t flight fina) with a -)-.') triumph over Lee Swenson. In the second, f l i g h t , f i n a l , Bob Was.s defeated Dick Hughes, 2-1, while Don SVIiite look the sixth flight by downing Wayne biniavan. 7-(. Roger Connelly wound up play in the seventh f l i g h t with a (i-li victory over Roger M i t c h e l l , and G e o r g e Price defeated /larolcl Schnair in the eighth flight finale, 7-G. llcncly gained the c h a m p i o n s h i p match by downing Bob ilcston in with a playoff between the 10 run for Spencer and Miller crs in the 88 bracket for the eight'gavc up only two hits in b l a n k i n open spots. Claire Doran of Cleveland, runnerup to Dorothy at St. Paul last year, scored an 80. Grace the Cards the remainder of the game. W i l l , a replacement for Stan M a i n e , who was d r a f t e d , Lcnczyk of Ncwington, Conn., t h C j S t a n d o n l . job in ccnterfield in h a u l - UM8 champion and only other f o r - i i n g down six fly b a l l s , mcr tttlcholdcr in the cast, got in| '3th Homer for M o r g a n with 82. No n a m e players failed t o , ' T h e Legionnaires got t h e i r f i n r . . t . T ,. ,, , ,, , ,,. q u a l i f y . run in the last inning, and it wa.s!^ orthcnirG . as "| V e n t u r a Klcimnc a s a t i s f y i n g one. Catcher Dick Mor.l G a r n c r - Jo ' cc ' WotJcn a n f l ' ' VIRGIL TRUCKS --Only His Sth Win cgistered his Kith victory -bitter. Dodgers Take Pair The Brooklyn Dodgers just about illed the Cardinals' slim pennant hnnccs, sweeping both ends of ;i iay-hlghl. St. Louis doublehciuler l. and !)-, r , to boost t h e i r Nntioua diguo lead to Ul'/j games. The N'uw York Giants slipped past the Cardinals into second place despite :!-() loss to Cindnnnti. A five-run ninth inning, c l i m a x e i y Hoy C a m p a n c l l a ' s home nir v i l l t two on after Pee Wee llecsc tad .singled in the lying and \vin ling runs, f i n i s h e d ' o f f the Cards' u lite nightcap. The Dodger snapped a I-J first-game tie in UK seventh, scoring twice on single y George .Shuba, Gil Hodges am \ n d y I ' a f k o and a long foul fl y C a m p a n e l l a . R o o k i e Join i'tuthcrford l i m i t e d Ihe Hcdbirds t' wo hits. Ken Raffensberger blanked Hi G i a n t s with six hits lo register hi ifIh shutout and his Hth victor for the Reds. Granny H a m n e r ' :uiuer w i t h two on in the 101 gave the. Philadelphia Phils a (i- victory over the Chicago Cubs i (he majors' only other activity. A oilier teams were not scheduled. Catcher Ralph lloulc of Ihe Ne York Yankees was a Hanger dm ing World War 11, l i e rose froi n private to the r a n k of major. 1.011(1 r l r u l t . , AlOSrMV'S H K S I I I . ' I S n droll I , New York II; W K D N K S D A V ' S f i l l l l K O I M . K Cltd'upi' "t Wmhliilim ( u l c l i l l . C l i ' v e l i i l i i l al t ' l i l l n i l e l i i h U . Si. [.miU MI New V o r k ; l l r l n i l t ut Hi.stun. N A T I O N A L rnuhtyii . . . i' York i.nul* hiuir!|iiil.i MIMKO nclilii.lll .. W. HO ID V) mi M In i.. 1:1 71) I'ot. r..i .liT! lil'.i ,r,m .·,::; M O N D A Y ' S HICHUI.TS l'lill»li'l|lll» II. Clilrneo a (U) hiiil llrooklju ;i.|l. H|. |. ml |H !-.'. Cincinnati ;i, No iv York U. U'UDNHSO.l Y'S S(''IIKO[fl,K Nnii' Vnrk x l I ' l l U l i u m l i . tlnittoii Hi C l n r l t i n u l l ( I t r o i i k l y n ul .'hU'»Rii. r i i l U . i t l p h l . i nl St. l.olil, Probable Pitchers A M I I I t l C A N irUAC.UK (.'Illi'ago U ' l t l i c n H I - H I » l W j s h l l l u t liftii I l l - I l l , n l g l i l . I ' l r v e l a m ! Klriunrk 11-11 1 ut I ' h l t a i l e l j i l i l i i .Stn.nll ':·;-!. nlffhi St. I, mill U'jhl !l-K 111 N o w V u r k IS.lhl I I ) . l l l g l l l . DclniU U l n i i U n i n i m ( 1 - 1 7 1 ;il Itunllm A l c - rriiinU T-S. nl c )il. N A T I O N A L JMCAI'SUtt V l i l l i i . l r l | i l i l . l ' ( l l i c \ f « l l - l . M » t C l i l i m K i i ul Clnrlniutl ( l l l l - N r n York i l l i - . i r n [·ollrl l i . L I ) , nljia. Moslem (Sii.ihn 1 1 - 1 1 er 5-1). n l g i a . H n t i i k i j n W n i l ? 11-7 nr l . u n i l r i i m I I . l . i i l i l n ( M l , HI H-:. I . h l g h l , Sports Calendar TUESDAY -- P l a n n i n g meeting for Second Gues.sers Ctub, YMCA, lime 7. . W IS I) N E S D A Y-(golf) Team mulches «l Country Club, ( t r a p shooting) Night shoot at North Iowa Shooting Park west of Mason City, lime 7. S U N D A Y -- (baseball) Benefit 'game, Mnsun City Police-Firemen vs. Waterloo police, time 8. ( g o l f ) Invitational tourney at Greene. More Whistle Tooting This Fall for Grid Games By GAYLE TALBOT NEW YORK OT1-- The college football season is approaching, and p e r m i t ' m e lo be the first to g i v e . alt you fans the happy news; that there i.s going to be more \vhistle tooting this year than ever before. Konso'n is that they've now decided to hang a whistle on every official on the field, from" the hcadlincsman right through the referee. That means at least four whistles where only one shrilled before. In some conferences, where' spectators will bo especially lucky, it means five. The idea behind the influx of whistles is, primarily, to try to make a sharp reduction in the excessively rough play which became notorious last fall. II brought the game a good deal of very unwelcome publicity, and the men who make a l i v i n g from football arc determined to put on the brakes right now. "It's the m a i n thing we've talked about at our meetings since last season," a well known eastern coach (ells inc. "Pleqse'don't put me in the position of p o i n t i n g - t h e finger, but we know absolutely that sonic coaches have become mighty careless about what they leach their boys lo do, and it is to our own interest to help the officials stop it." It is no secret (hat the Johnny Bright incident last fall shocked the game's guardians and brought (hem to a solemn realization that they had belter do something iiV n hurry lo curb their, 'wilder spirits. Too many millions saw the sequence pictures of the Drake i.-j) n i University ace getting it on the jaw --good--after he had long since parted with the ball. ; 111 1 ,!: · l.'ll VdVi !-!ot 1:' ASK RAY SENEY 19 EAST STATE Hurry- 1 Hurry? only 7 DAYS LEIT Year's greatest the opening dropping Don round, 1-up, then Pearson, 7-(j, before t a k i n g his li-5 victory over B a l d u f f . Eight Teams Enter Hayfieid Tourney I I A Y F I K L D -- R i g h t l e a r n s -- K l l i - ott and (iciKTnl M i l l s of B o l m o n d , No Iowa JV Squad IOWA CITY--No Junior Varsity football squad will be developed! . at the University of Iowa in I0r2,i f ' c ; ( 1 rt!ncc for [Coach Forest Rvanshcvski said.' batter.-, retired,! compete in the Softball t o t i r Tho (l t\ n \vit h . blasted - a pitch of"(;ibbons r 'wciii f n n l " ( ; n l hR , rc - starling Sept. out of t h e lot over the left ccnter-! f l r s l rolln ' 1 « a m c s Wl " hc (loublc " a homer, his 13th of] season, ('ribbons allowed only! i F r c . s h m c n ' a r e not"oiigib!c"'as'they i" n f w ? l k in lhc « a m c an(1 t h i s wasi iwcrc in 1051 and Evy figures hej'!.? 1 ^" 1 I'ward his victory as Mason idocs not h a v e enough plavcrs frr: t U y h a l throc ic "blcs and a homer 1 ° ' n 4 It n 11 U^i r* u '.'.Ir ni i - _ : . . _ rSheader.s. 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D e n v r r 'i. Colnrjiilo S p r l n K H I, O n i a l i A 0. I'uotiln K. Sloin City .',. \ri 1,\nf* I. Wlrhlla. :;. T I I K K I M I . K A C I J K W . i t r r l o o 11-U. O i i l n r y 0-". ( ' K l . t r K a pliln !t. Oil»rt C l t l r T. I r r r r l l a u l r :i, r.nrllii|[l)ii ". FDRD SERVICE MARATHON by GOOD/YEAR $11.95 MARATHON Super-Cushion $13.95 Other sizes proportionately low! pfui t a x onj youf old lin 6.M i Ii p l u l I D C on i fmr old lit, i . 7 0 . II GOOD/YEAR TRUCK TIRES as low as $19.85 .'£2, Mafathon Other sizes proportionately low! see PRITCHARD MOTOR CO. Your Friendly Ford Dealer 202 Isf S.E. Phone 922 Mason Cify EGGERT ALL S I N C L A I R STATIONS F. W. Rodas, ( A g e n t ) KUNS SUPER SERVICE Fertile, Iowa THOMAS (Opposite Postofficc) Thornton MURL YTZEN Rockwell JIM'S SUPER SERVICE

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