Mid-West Airlines  Cessna 190  N9336A                    (c/n    7415)


                                     As with Midway, there have been several airlines with this name.   This one actually commenced in
                                     1933 as Iowa Airplane Company.    After two decades as an FBO it changed its name in 1949 and
                                     began flying scheduled sevices from Council Bluffs (also serving Omaha) to Huron, S.D., North Platte,
                                     Nebraska and St. Paul (for Minneapolis) Minnesota.   It had a small fleet (six, I think) of immaculate
                                     Cessna 190s.  It was acquired in November 1951 by the Purdue Foundation but ceased scheduled
                                     operations on 16 May 1952.