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Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 10, 1929, Mason City, Iowa TWO ALLEGED AUTO THIEF CAUGHT Police Nab Man Who Was Attempting Sale of New Car for Attempting to sell a new 1929 Ford sedan drivenonly 2600 miles for the startling sura of J200 ata local garage Monday caused the ar rest ori suspicion of William Polivka who gave his address as St Paul Minnin connection with the theft of thei car in that city 1 Polivka was taken Into custody ly Officer Van Hornafterhe had bartered with the employesof the garage He was brot to thestatlon and when questioned could not give a good account of i himself or show any papers admitting him the law ful owner of the car Police telephoned the captain of detectives Paul and within a half hour heardthata car answer ing thesame description had been stolen in St Paul several nights before Officers fr6m that city were to arrive today to question the sus pect MANYVffEiNS AT UNIVERSITY Number of Instructors Have Been oh Stafffor 30 IOWA CITY Sept at least half of the 73 years of instruc tion University of Iowa faculty rolls have borne the namesof seven pro fessors each of whom wiliDegJn an other season of service Sept 23 j These veterans of the faculty be came affiliated with the institution between 1888 and 1892in the days when the universitys student body numbered under 1000 persons They are among the 44 professors who vjiave served the university more than 20 years x Patriarchs of the actiye faculty aro Charles B Wilson head of the German department Frank T Breene dean of the college of den tistry and Elbert W Rockwood professor of chemistry and former of that department Each of these men will start his fortysecond year Professor Wilson now the old est member of the faculty in point of service at present rank came from Cornell University of Now Yorfc in 1888 as head of the depart ment of German He then was 27 years of age the youngest Iowa do partmental head of the period The four other men who have held their posts during at least half oE the universitys years of instruction botany 311 years Henry F Wickhjfoi zoology 38 years Dr Ernest ARogers den istryj andGilbert i Houser zoo logy 37 years Families Hold Picnic on GoldfieldGrounds WESLEY Sept Carl Hanson family from here and the Stanley Conklin family from Web ster City met at the park at Gold Held Sunday where a picnic was Other members of the families Sfvho were there were Mr and Mrs Kayriftmd Hanson Mrs Gordon C Giddlngs of Wesley Howard Hanson of Lena Flathera at Burt and Mrs Mary Stevens of SantaAnna Cal Mrs Stevens leaves Tuesday for her Western home after spending the summer with Iowa relatives MASON CITY GLBEGAZETTE SEPTEMBER 10 BUTTER FURNITURE FOR LESS HOSPITALS F Pavidson Minn wai admitted to the Mercy hospita Monday for treatment Max Talbot 1921 North Caro Una avenue left the Park hospita Monday after a minor operation Miss Iiouise Buehler 1333JJ North Federal avenue was ad mitted to thePark hospital Monday for a minor operation MrsC S South Wash ington avenue wasadraittedto the Mercy hospital for treatment Genevieve Slagle 11North Con nectiout avenue was admitted to the Mercy hospital for a minor op eration Tuesday Mrs Frank Siesseger Clear Lake left the Park hospita Monday after a majoroperation Mr and Mra H E VanKssen 726 First streetsouthwest are the parents of a boy born at the Park hospital Monday and weighing C pounds Tom Currier 925 North Harrison avenue left the Mercy hospital Monday after a minor operation John Kvans Orchard left the Mercy hospital Tuesday after minor operation Esther Conway Garner was ad mitted to the Mercy hospital Tues day for a minor operation Miss Bessie Olson 131 Ninth street northwest left the Park hos pital after a major operation Mon day R J Bafnhill Rockwell was ad mitted to the Story hospital Mou day for operation Mrs E R Netcott 208 Seventh street northeast was admitted to the Park hospital Monday for a minor operation J X Weik Manly was admitted to the Park hospital for a major operation Henry J Ashland Ventura left the Mercy hospital Tuesday aftej a minor operation HC Hines Rockford left the Mercy hospital Tuesday after a major operation Johnnie Hermanson Jr was ad mitted to the Park hospital Mon day for a minor operation RA Carpenter Sheffield was Imittcd to the Park hospital Mon We ye been preparing for raontns to make this Exhibit theniost outstanding in the history of this popular furniture institution Cooperation of leading manufacturers and the mighty force of our tremendous buying power makes this event of surpassing importance Every new advanced idea in furniture designing and styline has been brought to your very door where you can compare inspect and satisfy yourself of the smartness and valuegiving prices offered BRING YOUR A NEW LIVING HAPPY FOLKS Our Fall Lines of New Liviiig Room Suites are ready for your inspection UPTODATE Mohairs Jacquards Tapestries Friezes all the beautiful new to495 00 Simmons Beauty Rest3 IN THE NEW FALL COLORS THE NEW DINIiNG ROOM SUITES ARE BETTER AND MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN EVER to Now Showing a Full Line Parlor Heaters Now is the time to select your Bucks Parlor Heater All the new styles Sold on Payments at no extra cost A NEW CHAMPION fS CROWNED The Setv With the Punch tius ACCESSORIES SCREEN GRID Free Installation Easy Payments at No Extra Cost to FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION Fall Showing of the New Bedroom Beau tiful Ones Here From the Shops of Grand Rapids to 400 1921 First Street S E Mason City Free Motor Truck Delivery to Your Home CHAPMAN S fresh from the Famous ft
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