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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - May 1, 1929, Mason City, Iowa MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE MAY by x pie by the judge to of M friend ihoOsands of travel return to theBlack stojifcis meetinf an old friend The genial wel cqmertheTveUrenierabered friendly courtesies the of ease and theafchave made the Black stone known the world over BLACK8TONE Michinn AVWUM en the take Front CHICAGO Tu Urdu Compmy also Hettf EXPEDITION IS HUNTING SIGNS Group to Seek Writings of Indians in Great Smoky Mountains i ASHEV1HTS N C May 1 UP picture writings on sleep cliffs inthe littleknown and almost naccessible Sawtoothsection at the Great Smoky Mountains National jjark In western North Carolina and jastera Tennessee will be soughtby anexpedition into the wild and rugged country sponsored hy the Ashevifle Tinges writings made by the original Americans have never been iieen by paleface eyes accord Ing to local historians but are men tioned frequently in Old Cherokee Indian tales handed down for A study M the fauna and flora oi the Htla tawwfl anS seldom visited pf theSmokies also will be made by the party Waiter Adam managing editoi oftheAsheville paper and Rober Bunneilereporterarid staff photog rapher will be accompanied on the exploration trip by some unchosen North Carolina Boy Scout Th party will leave June 3 and plans to remain away from civilization fo PREXY EXPELS SON WORK SHIRTS The Oversize aliirt a special at THE RAT E PRUSIA CO this week 79c IOWA UNION TO MOVE ON JUNE 1 General Office Goes to Em metsburg and Books to Chicago Plans are pow being completed by J M Shea manager to move the general offices of Iowa Union and Minnesota Union telephone eompaniei jBmraettburg June 1 The genwal books ofthe companies be handled by the American I Union Telephone company Chicago of which the local concerns are slduaries Twelve local exchanges in Iowa and Minnesota are being operated from Mr Sheas office which has been situated here for the past two anda half years The company was formed by G N Clark following whose death the property sold under the direction of the district court with the Lawrence Regan company investment bankers the highest bidders The Regan com pany organized the American Union Telephone company to take over tho operation of the Iowa Union and telephone properties owned In other states The officers of the Iowa Union company are William B Healy president Edwin J Ludwig vice president John E Callanan secretary and Clifford J Baird treasurer all of Chicago The Iowa Union units are situated in Emmetsburg Forest City Hart ley Klemme St Ansgar Swea City in Iowa Adams LeRoy and Lyle Minn Of these Emmetsburg and Forest City are common battery with the ringing power in the cen tral office while the remainder are magneto plants with the ringing power in each telephone by which It is necessary to turn a crank to get central The Minnesota Union units at Aklen Keister and Sanburn Minn all of which are magneto telephones Regional Executive Visits Local Scout Headquarters Paul H Love deputyregoinal scout executive of region 8 com prisingthe states or Colorado Iowa Kansas Mlssourr Nebraska and Wyoming with headquarters at Lincoln Nebraska was in Mason City Tuesday and Wednesday Mr Love is making a general check on the council office council procedure and plans of the local organization for the future He met with Presi dent Dr B Raymond Weston Commissioner C B Sherman arw1 Executive I C LocJcwood and dis cussed several matters on plans for the area MoJcfc Tnoktri fat Lucky riser Hair Tonic Look BetterFeel Fine Aik your Barfxt for a WfcvleFeiMa use mt WhjftFox Cornell Flmplo Sun Burnt Itch Potion ITT No Z It for Hud Cold I knocki ta about 3 wedu booklet iucky Tiger Kusu City WHYTEFOX FOR THE SiKlfN President M F Coolbaugh of Colorado School of ex pelled his son lack a junior for drinking and exceedingly disorderly conduct more than a month Contact will be maintained Nwith AsbeviUft by means of carrier pigeons A bftsei fcamp be established at Indian Gap crest of the mountain range Horace Kephart of Bryson City N C noted outdoors man and authority on the r Great Smokies JB contributing his knowl edge of the region in planning the expeititlOB TKe Goo3yearZeppelin Corporation a Kidiary of the Goodyesr Tire and Rubber Co was awarded the contract to bnild two giant rigid airships of 6500000 cubic feet each for the United States Government Skyway or or fiddhGoodjear leads y IF you are going to trade in yonr car MWSY famiHes are about to trade in their present cars for new cars It will be to their interest to read and remember the basic facts about used car allowances Your present ear has only one fundamental basis of value That is what the dealer who accepts it can get for it in the used ear market It has seemingly different valueshecause competitive dealers are bidding to sell you a new car The largest allowance offered is not necessarily ihe best deal for you Sometimes itis sometimes it is not An excessive allowance may mean that the new car offered you has been excessively priced Fiftt consider the merits of each new car in com parison with its price including all delivery and finance charges Thea weigh the different allowances offered on your present car A tradein transaction is a purcheue not a sale Its real measure is whether you get full new car value for yourpresentcarplusthebdancethaty6upayincash GENERAL MOTORS A car for every pune and purpote CHEVROLET FONTIAC OLDSMOBJIX OAKtAND VIKING BtJICK IASAIJJE CADILLAC ly tutor GENEKAL MOTORS THUCKS f YELLOW CABS CO ACHES 3 6 CM TUNE Fmllj Rudlo Pmrty Evenlm JO lloM irllh N B C Quality way Prices are way Down Supertwist Cord Guaranteed i i a rirLfirlrrAnv TiviMa XttUllOnS greater daily more people find Gooayear iires are oesv t IOJQ thB nualitv all alone the line while the spring 6J1J if MtfH More people toJ Goodyear Titra agmn for 1929 Erased to wlite an aloos the lowest ever knewfe hat defy aU fiualitx coBMtitio New Improved Goodyear Pathfinders HIGH PRESSURE BALLOONS 31x4 32x4 33x4 565 1045 1145 1215 1510 1560 1610 29x440 30x450 28x475 30x475 30x500 31x525 32x600 675 785 885 960 1020 1185 1390 Famous Goodyear AllWeatker Treads for Than Ever Speedway Cords Guaranteed Factory Firsts New and Better 29x440 445 30x450 595 REGULAR SIGH PRESSURE 810 o s BAELOO1VS 29x440 925 30x450 1025 HEAVY DUTY HIGH PRESSURE 6ply 32x4 6ply 1775 BALLOOKS 29x440 6ply 30x450 6ply 1X75 Get our Trade in Proposition on GOODYEAR DOUBLE EAGLES Tires of In all probability theyll outlast your use of your car JOE DANIELS SERVICE STATIONS JOE DANIELS SERVICE VERN HOWARD Mgr East State and Perm Ave PHONE 479 CENTRAL TIRE CO HERB PATTON Mgr 27 1st St S W PHONE 688 B O TIRE CO WES YOUNG loth and N Federal Avc PHONE 574
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