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ALLISON FARMER TAKES OWN LIFE K j j No Motive Determined for * f ! Suicide of Herbert Luchtenberg. ' ALLISON--Herbert Luchtenberg, 62, shot himself at 8 o'clock Sunday morning- at his farm home a half mile north of Allison. He said he did not feel able to do the milking and after his wife returned from this work she found his body in the basement with a shotgun beside it. j No moMve for the suicide could be found, the family told officers Mr. Luchtenberg was a successful farmer but was of a nervous temperament. Surviving are his wife a daughter, Mrs. George DeBuhr near. Allison; a son, Henry, at home. Funeral services will be held at the Allison Associated church, the Rev. Benjamin Hoyt in charge, the date to be set when word is re* ceived from relatives in Dakota. MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 16 mm 1938 DELCO BATTERIES and Radiator Service CentralAutoEIectricCo. Formerly Central Battery * Electric co. New Addreis Neit Fire Station Phone 491 Rites for Ellingston, Victim of Pneumonia, in Church at Belrnonc BELMOND--Funeral services fo E. O. Ellingston, 76, who died at his home here from pneumonia, wer announced for Monday at the Trin ity Lutheran church here, the Rev B. Guldseth officiating. Mr. Elling ston was born in Norway and cam! to the United States when a boy o 16. He was ill for somo time, having suffered a stroke early in the win ter. He is survived by his wife and four sons and four daughters. Thej are: Mrs. George Cook, Belmond Mrs. George Hoveland, Cherokee Mrs. Tom Anderson, Clarion, and Mrs. Oscar Hein, Kanawha. The is arc Henry EHingston, whose home is in Texas; Alfred Ellingston Garner; Holden Ellingston, Eagle Grove, and Elling Ellingston of Belmond. Burial will be at Kanawha, his former home. Thornton Creamery to Hold Annual Meeting THORNTON--The annual meeting of the Thornton co-operative creamery will be held on Wednesday. A lunch will be served at noon, folowed by a program and business meeting. This has been twice postponed. 250 Attend Sale. GARNER--The farm sale of eorge Knoupp, Sr., held on his place l j /s miles east on the paved road Wednesday afternoon was at:ended by 250 or more men and Brought good prices. Buyers from Clear Lake, Thornton, Meservey, Atlantic and other places bid and bought the high grade stock of- "ered. One horse brought ?196, another, ?184. One cow brought $132. FIVE Successor to Huey This is a new photo of Allen. J. Ellender, winner of the democratic nomination for U. S. senator from Louisiana to succeed (he late Senator Huey P. Long. The nomination ie tantamount to election and EUender will take office in January, 1937. In the meantime Mrs. Rose Long is filling her husband's unexpired term. Plan Spelling Contest. IOWA FALLS -- Arrangements or the Hardin county spelling con- est to be held here Saturday, April , are practically completed. The Community club, sponsor of the ontest, will provide a gold medal or the champion speller, a silver medal for second, and meUals for he next ten in rank. Two Men Buy Decorah Business, Get Married on Same Day at Nashua DECORAH--The B. E. Bucknell oil station residence and 18 tourist cabins were sold to Frank Chestnut- wood and Martin Stumpf, both of Winterset. They will take possession the first of April. The property is located on highways number 52 and 9, south of Decorah. The day the business deal was closed the two prospective buyers came to Decorah with their fiances, Miss Amy and Jeanette Kauffman of Winterset. After the deal was closed in Decorah the two couples motored to Nashua and were married the same afternoon in the Little Brown Church in the Vale. Opposes Lewis Itinerary of Wartburg Chorus Is Announced WAVERLY--Ten towns in north central Iowa and five in Minnesota are included in the itinerary for the 700 mile spring concert tour on which the Wartburg college male chorus will leave Thursday, April 2. The schedule is as follows: April 2, Allison; 3, Sheffield; 4, Belmond; 5, Manson and Palmer; S, Craig; 7, Sheldon; S, Melvin; 9, Jackson, Minn. Toetterville, Iowa; 13, Charles City. Twenty-four students are in the chorus, which will be assisted by a male quartet and by Carl Mueller, violinist. Prof. E. G. Heist is director. Returns to Home. SWALEDALE--Mrs. Robert Jenkins, who has been ill at the home of Mrs. John Benson for the past :wp months, returned to her home "riday. Miss Ruth McNumara Miss Ruth McNaruatti, above enters the democratic primaries in Illinois as an opponent of Senator James Hamilton Lewis for the democratic senatorial nomination. **! 1 rr lo day's lord is an exceptio I\oomy (]ar THERE'S a double advantage in having a V- 8 engine in your car. It helps to give you fine-car roominess, as well as fine-car performance. ' The Ford V- 8 engine takes up less space under the hood because of its compact design. And it is positioned forward in the chassis, in accordance with the most modern construction. More of the car's length can thus be used for passengers--extra inches of leg room are provided in both the front and rear compartments. Wide seats are another reason for the big-car roominess of the Ford. All seats in all body types (except the individual bucket-type front seats of the Tudor Sedans) hold three persons in comfort. The 1936 Fordor Sedans have 3 } /2 inches more elbow room in the rear seat because the rear-quarter trim is recessed above the arm rests. We'd like to have you ride in the Ford V-S for 1936. Actual measurements will confirm your own impression of big-car roominess and comfort. TOLICT "The car we make does not have to be cast aside every year. At any period a customer buys, he gets t h e best we have. . . . Our main purpose is to make a car that will become more and more u s e f u l , a n d more a n d more easy to obtain, to more and more people." F O R D M O T O R C O M P A N Y New Low Monthly TVras-ANY NEW FORD V-8 CAR CAN NOW BE PURCHASED FOR J J 5 A MONTH, WITH USUAt LOW DOWN-PAYMENT. SEE THE FORD DEA1ER FOR DETAILS OF LOW MONTHLY TERMS AND NEW %S5 PÂ£R MONTH FINANCE PLANS OF THE UNIVERSAL CREDIT COMPANY 57 Chickasaw County Delegates Are Chosen; Roosevelt Is Backed NEW HAMPTON--The Chickasaw county democratic convention here Saturday named 57 delegates to the state convention in Des Moines. John Lynch, Lawlcr, was named chairman of the delegation. The delegates were instructed to vote as a unit for delegates favorable to President Roosevelt and Vice President Garner. The delegates are Stanley Jirak, John Lynch, A. L. Vaala, T. F. Smith, Michael Kearney, Will Weigel, Mrs. Edward Breitbach, E. J. Weber, Frank Lenta, Miss Inez Daly, Victor Swelha, Miss Frances Gosen, John Testroet, James Tolle, Miss Henrietta Wolff, Miss Marie Hoffman, Nick Laures, William Wentz, Mrs. Edward Schilling. A. J. Forkenbrock, C. D, Gleason, William J. Kennedy. E. J. Feuling. W. J. Nugent, Miss Olive Commerford, F. W. Brown, C. A. Upham, Mrs. Gerald Murphy, Miss Johanna SwarUenstein, W. R. Garland, Earl Burke, Mrs. John W. Goebel, Anton Rosonke, John J. Junko, James Feeney, B. F. Jones, Joseph O'Connor Colby Jones, Mrs. Stella Shekletonl Paul Martin, Mrs. L. P. Reich, Mrs. Elam Benner, Sam Wesp, Allen Purdy, Paul Morf, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Mattke, Henry Drape, Jr., Cecil Layden, Mrs. George Feine, Robert Connor, Mrs. Elizabeth Thompson, Smith Bellamy, Fred Wright and John Steele. YOUR IOWA INCOME TAX Prepared for Iowa Daily Press Association by State Board of Assessment and Review. MORIS DEDUCTIONS The property relief act permi deductions for certain charitab contributions made by individua and corporations, made within th taxable year, to an aggrcga amount not in excess of 15 p cent of the taxpayer's net incom as computed without the benef of this deduction, if made to or fo the use of: (a) The United States, any stat territory or political subdivisio thereof, or the District of Colum hia for exclusively public purpose: or (b) Any corporation or trust, o community chest, fund of founda tion, organized and operated ex clusively for religious, charitabl literary, scientific or educationa purposes, or for the prevention o cruelty to children or animals; or Are Included. (c) Gifts and donations made t and accepted by the state boar for vocational education; or or 'anizations or war veterans o their auxiliary units or societies or (d) A fraternal society, order or organization, operating unde the lodge system, but only if sue contributions are to be used ex clusively for general - religious charitable or educational purposes A condition governing th above allowances is that the cor )oration or organization receivin^ Â·he contributions must be organ zed and operated exclusively fo one or more of the aforesaid pur joses, and its net income mus lot insure to the benefit of privati itockholders or individuals. Not Deductible. Contributions which do no ome within the specific provisions if the act cannot be deducted in determining taxable income. Donations to individuals are noi eductible, and donations to cler fymen, including Christmas and Saster offerings, are gifts, and are lot allowable as deductions. Pew rents, dues, and assessments paid to churches are regarded as contributions. Partnerships are not permitted o deduct contributions but each iartner may deduct a proportion,te share of partnership contribu- ions in his individual return. Such deductions are not permit ed from the income of an estate r trust unless provided for in the will or the deed creating the trust Fayette County Demos Back Administration and Elect Delegates WEST UNION--The democrats of Fayette county, in convention in West Union Saturday adopted resolutions indorsing national and state administrations, and elected the following delegates lo the state convention at Des Moines April 3. Dr. W. E. Walsh, Hawkeye; Mrs. Vera Coleman, Westgate; E. A Mc- llree, West Union; L. L. Fisk, West Union; Jesse Philips, West Union; R. W. Muehlenthaler, Elgin; Samuel Mosby, Elgin; George Rounds Clermont; Charles Lynch, Wauccn ma; Charles Miller, Waucoma; Ja"-ob Gretemsn, St. Lucas; Albert Paul, Oalwein; E. R. O'Brien, Oelwein; C. C. Henderson. Oelwein- Mrs. Olive Dahl, Oelwein; Lee E. Finders, Oelwein; Mrs. James McSweeney, Randalia; Mrs. Leroy Duffy, Oelwein; Jason Noon, Sumner; Kenneth Baldwin, Oelwein; E. T. Alcorn, West Union. Kossuth County Demo Delegates Are Named; Pride in Party Voiced ALGONA--The Kossuth county democratic convention was well attended Saturday afternoon at Algona with Lawrence Winkel presiding in the absence of Luke Linnan, county chairman. J. L. Bonar was the principal speaker and A. H. Bonnstetter. West Bend ana Mr. Geeland, Whittemore spoke briefly. One resolution, to send double the number of delegates to the state convention each having one-half vote, was adopted and delegates named were: L. E. Linnan, C. B. Murtagh, Mrs. L. J. Nelson, L. A. Winkel, Mrs. J. J. Dooley. C. H Ostwinkle. Harvey Reid. Maiy Gisch. Clark Scuffham, W. J, Becker, Lorain Arndorfer. Mrs. Paul Kohlhaas. all of Algona: L. M. Saundcrs. Mrs. Francis Bradley. D. A. Webber. Frank Reiker, Mrs. M. C. Baker, Art Cogley. Bancroft: Leonard Collers. Mrs. Clara Enms. Titonka; H. J. Sherman, C. F. Frimmcl, Joseph Mattern, Guy M. Butts, Wesley: Floyd Colwell. William Garry. F. M. Jacobs, Ledj'ard; L. A. Haglund, Mrs. D. W. Quits, Swea City: Henry Webber, Luverne: J. G. McDonald, K. J. Smith, Burt; Art Schissel, Mrs. Gus Koffen, Bert Cedar. Lc~ kota; Mrs. Mae O'Brien, John Uhlen- hecke, George Winkle, Whittemore; Ed Rahen. St. Benedict; Karl Schwartz, Mrs. A. H. Krause, J. W. Ballig, Fenton; Mrs. Hugh Walsh, Nick Gengler Loncrocfc The democratic session expressed pride in achievements of the party. Resolutions adopted at this convention included indorsement of Presi- I d e n t Roosevelt for re-election. i 2 Alta Vista Tickets for Town Put on File ALTA VISTA--Filing periods for candidates seeking municipal offices here at the town election to be held March 30, closed Saturday and two sets of candidates were entered in the race. The People's ticket placed the following candidates in the field: For mayor, Carl A. White; for treasurer, Inez M. Daly; for assessor, George B. Lofy; for councilmen, Adolph Alt, B. J. Dockendorf, Herman Schanfield, Harry Fichtel and Peter Hentges. The first three candidates are members of the present council. The Independent ticket entered ViNETIN BLINDS and VENTILATION fnt- HOME, OFFICE, l ur HOTELS, FACTORY KAUFMAN Venetian Bliads offer conTenience. beanty and lonxer life. Finest materials and workmanship Light and air dirwled by easy finrer tip control. Lifetime construction makes cost less in lonff nrn than ordinary shades. BUY DIRECT FROM MANUFACTURER AND SAVE MONEY FREE J 11 !* 1 f!Tr """or *"* ""i -- *- fnjl information. Esriirwtw made to row specifications. AddreÂ« KAUFHAW WINDOW SHADE CO, Ocpi. .112. 31st ,,,,,( j] B | n S |.. Knnsm City. Missouri I 1 HA Loans can be made at your bank. MAKES WONDERFUL TOAST only candidates for councilmen. There arc: B. L. Caudill, Ed Kemp, John Lauck, J. J. White-and Ralph Reinhart. Usher Funeral Held. NASHUA--George Arthur Usher died Friday evening, after an illness of seven years from Bulbar paralysis. He is survived by the wife, and one daughter, Mrs. Leon Frederici, Ionia; and two sons, Lloyd, Cedar Rapids, and Arnold, living at home. Funeral services were held at the Little Brown church Monday afternoon, the Rev. William Kent officiating. WHY SO STUDIOUS, MARY SUE, PORING OVER THAT BIG DICTIONARY ? SPELLINGS AWFULLY FUNNY, i THOUGHT YOU WERE AUNT JANIES B-E-A-U. BUT WHEN SHE AND MUMMY WERE TALKING ABOUT YOU, THEY SAID'B.O? 'B.O.''_ME! THE KIDS CRAZY. ALL THE SAME, JAN IE HAS BEEN COOL TO ME LATELY. I'D BETTER CHANGE TO LIFEBUOY AND PLAY SAFE A MONTH LATER JUST SEETHE LOVELY DOLLY HE GAVE ME.HE SAYS IT'S AN ENGAGEMENT PRESENT CAUSE HE AND AUNT JANIE ARE ENGAGED JAN IE, YOU HAVE A REAL'LITTLE GIRL" COMPLEXION--SO SOFT AND SMOOTH WELL, MARY SUE AND I BOTH USE LIFEBUOY N OTHING like Lifebuoy to freshen your skin! Its purifying lather deinscs Jtepl), gently, "Patch" tests on the skins of hundreds of women prove it's 20% milder than many so-culled "beauty soaps." Sterling Groceries and Meat Markets No. 1 -- No. 2 -- No. 3 -- No. 4 TUESDAY -- WEDNESDAY -- THURSDAY Right to Limit We Deliver $1.00 Orders MEAT DEPARTMENT Decker's Bacon Squares, Ib 20c Decker's Beef Short Ribs, Ib lOc Decker's Baby Beef Liver, Ib 20c Decker's T-Bone Steak, Ib 18c Decker's Baby Beef Liver, Ib 20c 18c Decker's Sirfoin Steak, Ib Decker's Round Steak, Ib 20c Decker's Pork Chops, End Cuts, Ib 19 C Decker's Swiss Steak, Ib 20c Decker's Loin Back Ribs, Ib 20c K. C. BAKING POWDER, large can. 15c Omar Flour, 49 Ibs Mother Hubbard Flour, 49 Ibs. Seal of Minnesota Flour, 49 Ibs. National Seal Flour, 49 Ibs. . . . Jersey Cream Flour, 49 Ibs. $1.99 $2.19 $2.09 $1.69 $1.59 CLOROX, quarts 19c; pints, 2 for. ... 25c Grajofruit, S for 25c Cslery, large stalk 15c I' Oranges, large, dozen 29c Winesap Apples, 5 Ibs. 25c Potatoes, peck 20c Potatoes, Cobblers, Fair, IOC 'Potatoes, Good, Northern, 1C Rinso, i Q i large pkg JL7*Â» 1 9 From Jon. 1 -i New Cabbage, Ib. . . . 4c Winesap Apples, bu. $1.75 Potatoes peck 27c Ibs ". . . $ 1 1 0 0 Ibs $1.55 Lux Toilet Soap, "*Â»*Â« 4 for 25C 3 6 Nov. 1 1 -- Beware! fe V Â® LUKE B. MILLER, U.S. A. SUGAR, Beet, TOO Ibs $4 65 Climax Cleaner, 3 for 25c Monarch Breakfast Coffee, Ib 19 e Monarch Gelatine, pkg. 5c Macaroni, pkg. 5c Peanut Butter, Ige. jar 22c Monarch Noodles, pkg. lOc Rice, Fancy, 4 Ibs.. . 25c Pineapple, 2'/2 can. . , 19c Spaghetti, pkg 5c Rose Milk, tall cans, 4 for 29c !4 Pound Can Free With Coupon BUTTER-NUT COFFEE, pound can . . . . 29c Vinegar, bottle. lOc Kirk's Hardwater Soap. . 5c Yacht Club Tuna, can 15c Golden Corn, can. . . . lOc Brooms, Extra Good. . 49c Libby's Kraut, Ige. can lOc Von Camp's Pork and Beans, can. . .,. . 5c Oxydol, giant pkg.. . . 59c Pink Salmon, tall, 2 for 25c Tomatoes, can ... lOc Mop Sticks IQc JOHNSON'S FLOOR WAX, large can . . 49 C j Hubbard's Egg Mash, 100 Ibs. Hubbard's Concentrate, 100 Ib Stock Salt, Good Grade, 100 Ib Oyster Shells, 100 Ibs. S2 60 s Â«? ge; ! s 69c 69c MR. FARMER: -- BRING US YOUR EGGS _ CASH OR TRADE -- ANY OF THE 4 STORES.