The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on January 9, 1936 · Page 20
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January 9, 1936

The Mason City Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 20

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.MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, JANUARY 9 193fi STATE'S LIQUOR SALES AT PEAK 6 Million Dollars Worth in 1935; December Sets New Record. DES MOINES, Jan. .9. UP)--The Iowa liquor commission reported today it sold lowans $6,090.891.65 worth of liquor during 1935 and that its sales last montH were the greatest for any single month since the state liquor system was established. December sales, the commission report showed, totaled .$839,391.09. The largest single month previously was December, 1934. when state stores sold 5755,678.32 worth of liquor. The smallest total of monthly sales was recorded last July when the state liquor system totk in $319,250.64. The Des Moines headquarters store led the 122 stores in operation last month in total sales, selling $96,189.63 worth of liquor. The Cedar Rapids store was second with total sales of $47,145.10; the Waterloo store was third with $34,061.19; the Sioux City store fourtfi with 531,884.86; the Fort Dodge store fifth with $25,281, and the East Des Moines store sixth with $20,095.89. The Parkersburg store, sold the least, $470.81 worth of liquor. .. Woman Seeking Help at Algona Won't Give Name AL/GONA, Jan. 9.--A woman poorly clad in a black coat and blue dress entered the Lusby Drug store Wednesday and asked to use the telephone. Attention was immediately drawn to the woman as her hat was pulled down over her eyes and she acted as if she were afraid to look at anybody. She called a. number and recevied no reply so then, took the phone directory and called another number. It was -later learned that she had called the Rev. J. H. Edge, pastor of the local Methodist church, told him she was hitchhiking west on highway 18 and wanted money. Dr. Edge had the call traced back when she refused to give her name. By that time she had disappeared and no other reports had been made. Marks 100th Year Mustered out of sen-ice in 1862 because of poor health, with which he has more or less been troubled through life, William Houdesheldt, Iowa Civil war veteran, Thursday is celebrating his 100th birthday. Mr. Houdesheldt lives at Hals near .Centerville. He came to Iowa in an early day and lived In a log cabin. (Iowa Daily Press photo) Third Evening School in Iowa Falls to Open IOWA FALLS, Jan. 9.--The third evening school for persons of this city and surrounding territory will start Tuesday night, Jan. 28, sponsored' by Ellsworth Junior college and under the direction of Dean Sheridan R. Jones. A class in industrial arts with Miss Blanche Stoddard as instructor will be offered, liberal .art classes including modern pottery will be taught by Miss Caroline Gallagher, modern literature classes will be in charge of E. F. Bunge, science classes will be conducted by Arthur L. Williams and history classes willy be established with Sidney I. Phillips as instructor. HERRING SORRY ABOUT HANGING Will Demand Retraction of Claim Students at Iowa State Were Guilty. D33 MOINES, Jan. 9. (/P)--Gov- Clyde L. Herring said today he regretted the effigy hanging of supreme court justices near the Iowa State college campus Tuesday, but declared there was no evidence so far that college students were responsible. The governor also declared he would seek a retraction from the "March of Time," radio program which last night used the effigy hanging as a part of its dramatized news report. "I am informed," the governor said, "that this program reported that 'state university of Iowa students hanged the justices in effigy and otherwise grossly exaggerated and misstated the incident. "I will demand the source of information for this broadcast and an apology," he declared. The governor also disclosed a telegram he received today from Trenton, N. J. It was signed, "Muska- teers of America." The telegram read: "State college must he closed im mediately in view of hanging supreme court judges in effigy. This means business. No delay." "I won't pay any attention to it," the governor said. "New Jersey's got enough on her hands with Hauptmann." "The effigy hanging is in no wise indicative of sentiment in thi. state," he declared. Carrott Named Head of Rockford Dairy Group ROCKFORD, Jan. 9.--Frank Carrott was ejected president of the board of directors of the Rockford co-operative dairy association at a meeting held in the creamery offices. Mr. Carrott succeeded Frank Draeger as president. Other officers elected were vice president, Albert Nagel and secretary, William Knise. Carl Cunningham was re-elected manager.. ·w .»;.., \ for the Telephone every 60 seconds A fire breaks out every minute in the United States. Nine out of IO times, the telephone carries the call for help. -§;.. s?t. . 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