The Plattsmouth journal. (Plattsmouth, Nebraska) 1901-current, April 24, 1939, Page PAGE FOUR, Image 4
PAGE FPUS, Elmwood News Wm. Flaischman is employed on Ihe road construction work near here, assisting with the straightening of the highway. Frank Gillette, Jr. and wife, ot Lincoln, were guests Tuesday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gillette, Sr. Ralph Lynn has just completed papering, painting and decorating the interior of the beauty shop, mak ing it a place of genuine beauty. Sheriff Joe Mrasek of riattsmouth was a supper guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. "Wood one day last week while in thi3 part of he county on business. O. D. Quellhorst has been confined to his home with an attack of flu. His son Bright Quellhorst has been looking after business at the service : tation during the father's illness. A. H. Lorenz and family were at Unadilla last Monday, where they attended the funeral of a former neighbor, and from there went to Lincoln to look after business mat ters. Met with Country Member The Ladies Aid society of the Elm wood Christian church held their regular semi-monthly meeting at the home of their fellow member, Mrs. John Box. cast of town, where all had a most enjoyable time. Enjoyed Meeting in Country The members of the Ladies Aid of the Methodist church met last Tu'esday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank Gustin, where a very pleasant time was enjoyed. At the business session plans were discussed for work this coming summer. Suffers Injury to Hand While working with a lifting ap paratus to remove pipe from a well, the pipe slipped and Merle Miller grasped it with his hands to prevent it from falling back into the well. As a result his hand was caught and torn quite badly. The injury was treated by a doctor and found to be quite serious. Improve Kitchen Mr. and Mr3. Charles West have been making some extensive changes in their kitchen, including the lay ing of a new floor, the building of some -cupboards and other improve ments. The work is now complete and with the new floor covering and paper for the wall, as well a3 new curtains, the kitchen presents a most cheerful and inviting appearance. To Make Home in Eagle Henry Mollen, long engaged in the shoe repair business here, closed his shop, located near the middle of the block east of the post office last week and moved his equipment to Eagle, where he has rented a place that will serve as a shoe shop as well as living quarters. lie will be missed in Elmwood, having made his home here for more than thirty years. Visited Folks at Plattsmouth Mr. and Mrs. Orville Julian were guests at the home of Mr. Julian's parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Julian, who reside on a farm near riatts mouth, last Sunday. En route home, they sighted the fire which consum ed the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wiles and Orville was able, with his camera, to get some excel lent pictures of the house, as it was burning. Many Attend Rebekah Convention Some twenty-five members of the Rebekah lodge here went to Weep ing Water last Tuesday to attend the district convention. While we were not able to get the names of all those attending, some who went were Mesdames Henry Wendt, Omar Miller, Ola Hayes, V. G. Clements, Ronald Schlichtemeier, J. Elmer Shreeve, F. Miller, Dora Linder, Lil Ban Mitchell, Laura Southerland, Skyles Miller, Sr., Skyles Miller, Jr., Emma Shreeve and Geneva Hollen beck. A most enjoyable convention is reported. River navigation will open up a new industrial neia in me smaller NeorasKa river towns. ' ENSIGN $1.23 SOUTHBEND Mrs. Ed Copsey drove to Omaha Wednesday. Bob McGreagor attended the Music contest in Fremont Friday. 'Leila Lahl of Lincoln spent the week end at Wesley Wagner's. Mr. and Mrs. Corhin Cox announce the arrival of a son on April 17. Lloyd Vogler spent Wednesday with his grandmother, Mrs. John Kupke. Miss Edith Risness of Lincoln spent the week end with friends in South Bend. Sunday evening visitors at the Wm. Blum home were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zaar. Mrs. Charles Campbell drove to Plattsmouth Friday to visit Mrs. Guy Long and baby boy. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Swartz were Sunday afternoon visitors at the J. L. Carnicle home. Mrs. Merle Nannon and children spent Tuesday evening with Mrs. Florence Nelson and daughters. Mr. Maxwell of the State Forestry department called at the B. O. Moon ey and Wm. Blum homes Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Fiddler were in Omaha Wednesday. Elaine stay ed with her aunt, Mrs. Jason Streight. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Campbell and son Kenneth were Thursday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Campbell. Mrs. V. D. Livers and Verla, Mrs. Jennie Livers, Mrs. George Braun and Mrs. F. J. Knecht spent Friday in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zaar called on Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Duerr and Marie Ane, near Louisville Sun day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Blum, Helen and Herbert and the Hartman twins were Sunday dinner guests at the Marion Christensen home in Elm wood. The 7th and Sth grade pupils who c ent to Murdock to take their coun ty exams last week, received their grades Thursday. Most of them were pleased with the grades. This community received a nice rain and snow the first part of the week. Snow melted as it fell and although the weather was cold, the moisture was appreciated. The school children and their teachers observed Arbor Day on Fri day by cleaning the school yard, trimming dead branches from the trees and planting trees and flow ers. This community was shocked last Thursday to hear of the sudden death of Mr. Axel Nelson, a long time resi dent of northwest of South Bend. The family has the sympathy of all neigh bors and friends. M. E. Bushnell, precinct assessor, has been busy the past week finish ing his schedules around South Bend. Last spring Mr. Bushnell was one of the first precinct assessors in Cass county to complete his work. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blum and Wm. Blum attended the meeting of the Fifth District of the Farmers Union in Louisville Thursday. They report a very good program and the town of Louisville a wonderful host city. The girls met on Friday after noon to choose the name and a lead er for their 4-II sewing club. Mrs. Florence Nelson was chosen as lead er and "Nifty Needlers" for the club name. We wish the girls much suc cess in their club work this summer. V. D. Livers and Verla and Mrs. Jennie Livers drove to Cherry vale, Kansas, Sunday to visit relatives. They also visited relatives in Burr Oak, Logan and Lebanon, Kansas. Wednesday they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Towle, former South Bend residents, in Glade, Kansas. They returned Wednesday. Forestry and Bird Club Meets The Ak-Sar-Ben Forestry and Bird club met at the school house at one o'clock Saturday afternoon. The club changed its meeting time to 1:30, every three weeks. An essay written by Kenneth Liv ers was read by Bert Mooney, the leader. Mr. Maxwell will visit our club at the next meeting to be held at the school house at 1:30 on May 6. Kenneth Carnicle, News Reporter. POCKET AND WRIST WATCHES 1.00to 3.95 ALARM CLOCKS 1.00 to 2.95 LOOK FOR SON THE DIAL Fire Prevention Day Successful in Every Way (Continued from rage 1) Do you use kerosene for the purpose of starting fires? These were found at a high ratio that should be re duced as reports showed that one out of eight households in the city used kerosene as a means of starting stove fires and which often caused serious fires in the home. The use of gaso line in the home for dry cleaning was also condemned as a means of fire. He stated that in 141 inspec tions that there had been found 116 fire defects. In the examinations wiring had seemed to be one of the chief fire hazards and he recom mended that the conditions as check ed in the reports that will be placed in the hands of the property owners be checked and remedied. Post cards will be sent with the recom mendation and which it is desired to have filled out and returned to the state association to tell of the need ed changes being made. He paid a fine tribute to the present fire de partment of twenty-five members and for the hard work that they had given to the community, also paying tribute to the men that had main tained a department here for the past sixt years, Mr. Sabin thank ed the Boy Scouts for their personal service in the inspection, Carl J. Schneider for his services in getting the inspection arranged and carried out, Mrs. R. A. Bates of the Journal for the publicity, L. S. Devoe, super intendent of schools, for his co-operation, G. G. Griffin of the Cass the atre for the use of the building and the Methodist ladies for the fine ban quet. State Fire Marshal Speaks Horace Davis, state fire marshal, was presented and gave a very In teresting talk along the lines of his work over the state and gave some very interesting facls locally and of state wide interest. He stated that Nebraska has 10,800 volunteer fire men and 500 paid men in depart ments, who are every day guarding the lives and property of the people of the state. The hope of fire pre vention and the desire to cut fire losses had caused the establishment of the state fire marshal's office sev eral years ago and it was the pur pose to lend every effort to stop causes of fire and to investigate cases where the cause of fire might be sus pected. Touching on local conditions Mr. Davis pointed out that Plattsmouth was an old town, many buildings be ing built before the era of modern electric requirements and thereby came the problem of wiring. A drop line that had been placed of lighter wire several years ago, was no longer adequate to carry the load that mod ern appliances placed upon it, wear ing out and creating possible fire dangers. Touching on the matter of school buildings, he urged that the local board of education get in touch with an architect, have the school buildings desired inspected, the re sults checked and the matter then placed in the hands of the office of the fire marshal where such action as deemed best would be taken. The protection of school children was im portant and the speaker urged that care be taken on looking after this phase of the program. He was glad that the children of the community had taken an interest as it showed a step forward in the program to eliminate the danger of fire. Mr. Davis also touched on the matter of tractor fuel which is highly in flammable, as much so as gasoline and required to be marked so that danger might be avoided. As a warn ing Mr. Davis pointed out that gaso line was carelessly handled by al most everyone although it was eight times more explosive than dynamite. The speaker gave several very inter esting stories in the course of his re marks. Great Fire Losses Mr. Cryan gave some interesting facts as to fire losses, pointing out that in the past twenty-five years in the United States, more people had been burned to death than the total loss of the union and confeder ate armies in the -civil war (combined. The property loss that had been caused by fires in the United States had reached the figure of $13,000, 000,000 in the last ten years, enough to give the U. S. navy $1,000,000,000 for modernizing purposes, another billion to buy 10,000 airplanes for the air service, give $1,000,000,000 to modernize the army in every way an1 in addition to build a highway from San Francisco to New York, pave it and place a $10,000 house every fifty feet of the way. State Insurance Commissioner Speaks varies ssmrna, state tnsuran.ee commissioner was presented in a very fine Jaik and in. which he paid a fine PLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL tribute to the small town and its people. Mr. Smrha touched on the appaling loss of life in the state from fire and accidents and recalled that as a member of the state legislature some years ago he had introduced a bill to set the rate of speed on the state highways at 35 miles per hour, then a very good speed. He remarked that the local inspection showed a great spirit of Americanism, a group of volunteer Inspectors coming here, meeting the greatest cooperation in their work from the local citizens and their recommendations had these been representatives of state or .federal government seeking to pry into the business house or home, how different would be the reaction that being the American way. The American people believed in govern ing themselves and resented any moves that authority might make In regulating the affairs of the indi vidual. The speaker touched on the distress that prevailed over the coun try in recent years, but foretold that the nition would find a way out of the conditions and once more emerge into the sunlight of prosperity and happiness. The program of the evening closed with the talk of Captain Meister of the Omaha fire department, who re lated the organization of the resicue squad and gave numerous incidents of their work in the past. With his assistant Captain Meister gave a demonstration of the "iron lung owned by the Omaha department, showing how it was operated and the patient cared for in the lung. It was very interesting and closely followed by all of the banquet party. Greenwood Mrs. Louise Hansen is some better at this writing. E. C. Coleman of Lincoln is ill at the Veterans hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Peters visited at the Koehler home in Lincoln last Thursday night. The Cemetery association will meet with Mrs. Dora Leesley Wed nesday, April 26. Mrs. Maud Blatter was taken to the Bryan Memorial hospital Thus day for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fankonin and Mr. and Mrs. William Pankonin of Louisville spent Monday at the A. L. Leesley home. Florence and Virginia Burks spent Saturday .with their cousin, Bonnie Rhoden, at Manley. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lundberg and Jim Bright and .Shirley spent last Sunday at the Travis Cameron home Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and Mrs. Alice Holmes were supper guests at the Goodhart Vant .home Thursday evening. . A number of Ajncrican Legion Auxiliary members plan to attend the i -county convention at Platts mouth Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Thomas of Lincoln are the proud parents of a baby girl born April 16. Mrs. Thomas was formerly Minnie Palmquist. The Ladies Auxiliary met Wed nesday with Mrs. John Fox enter taining, rians were made for the Mother's Tea to be held on May 17. Mr., and Mrs. Ray Lamb of Papil lion attended the Senior play last Friday night. Ramon Howard re turned home -with them for a visit. The L. C. C. met for a delicious one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Edna Clymer Thursday. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Mae Gribble. The W. O. W. insurance members sponsored a free dance Wednesday nighty. The music was furnished by a nickelodian machine. A large size crowd enjoyed the evening. Axel Nelson, farmer near South Bend, died very suddenly Thursday morning at 10:00 o'clock. He is sur vived by his wife Emma and three sons, Raymond and Elmer of Ashland and Allan of California. Funeral ser vices were held Monday at 2:30 p. m. at Ashland. Burial was in the Ashland cemetery. FATHER, SON, DIE IN CHAIR COLUMBUS, O., April 20 (UP) The first father and son to die in the electric chair In Ohio and their accomplice, a desperado with a crim inal record, paid with their lives in Ohio penitentiary last night for the murder of a Springfield, Ohio police man. Harry B. Bingledine, 56, died twelve minutes after his 29-year-old son had been executed. Harry W. Chapman, 37, the erstwhile pal to whom they had not spoken in months was first to die. Chapman and the elder Bingle dine, with almost their last words, said they were Innocent ot killing Patrolman Martin Randloph after a Springfield holdup September 3. 1937. Henry Bingledine said nothing about guilt or innocence but he had pre viously said he was innocent. MOVE TO NEW HOME Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hirz have moved to their new home at the Ritz apartments on South Sixth street. The apartment makes a very pleasant home for the young people. NOTICE of Hearing on Petition for Deter mination of Heirship In the County Court of Cass Coun ty, Nebraska. Estate of Thaddeus S. Clifford, de ceased. Estate No. 3402. The State of Nebraska: To all per sons interested in said estate, credi tors and heirs take notice, that Thomas C. Clifford has filed his peti tion alleging that Thaddeus S. Clif ford died intestate on or about No vember 5, 1935, being a resident and inhabitant of Plattsmouth and died seized of the following described real estate, to-wit: Lots seven (7) and eight (8) in Block seven (7), in Town send's Addition to the City of Plattsmouth, Cass County, Ne braska leaving as his sole and only heirs at law the following named persons, to wit: Thomas C. Clifford and Jo sephine Clifford, brother and sister. respectively. That the interest of the petitioner in the above described real estate Is an heir of said deceased, and pray ing for a determination ot tne time of the death of said Thaddeus S. Clifford and of his heirs, the degree of kinship and the right of descent of the real property belonging to the said deceased, in the State or Nebraska. It is ordered that the same stand for hearing on the 19th day of May, 1939, before the County Court of Cass County in the court house at Plattsmouth. Nebraska, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. Dated at Plattsmouth, Nebraska, this 24th day of April. A. D. 1939. A. H. DUXBURY, (Seal) a24-3w County Judge. NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE TO: The Heirs. Devisees, Legatees, Personal Representatives and all other persons interested in the Estate of Lottie E. Brown, deceased, real names unknown and all persons having or claiming any interest in and to the West half of the North east quarter and the East half of the Northwest quarter of Section 6, Township 10, North, Range 12, East of the 6th P. M., Cass County, Nebraska: You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 22nd day of April, 1939, The Federal Land Bank of Omaha, a corporation, plaintiff, commenced an action in the District Court of Cass County, Nebraska, against you and- each ot you and others, the purpose and .prayer ot which action is to foreclose a cer tain mortgage on the West half of the Northeast quarter and the East half of the Northwest quarter of Section 6, Township 10, North, Range 12, East of the 6th P. M. in Cass County, Nebraska, executed by Lottie E. Brown and Lee Brown, wife and husband, on the 21st day of October, 1933, to secure the pay ment of their promissory note in the principal sum of $6,500.00, payable in seventy-one semi-annual install ments of $195.00 each. You are each required to answer said petition on or before Monday, June 12. 1939, or decree of foreclo sure will be granted as prayed. THE FEDERAL LAND BANK of Omaha, a Corporation, By Plaintiff. EDWARD J. TANGNEY, D. O. DWYER and W. L DWYER, It's Attorneys. a24-4tV ORDER OF HEARING and Notice of Probate of Foreign Will In the County Court of Cass County, Nebraska. State of Nebraska 8S. County of Cass To the heirs at law and to all persons interested in the estate of J. F. Wortman, deceas ed: No. 3401. On reading the petition of Harold W. Richards praying that the in strument filed in this Court on the 24th day of April, 1939, and pur porting to be a duly authenticated copy of the last will and testament of J. F. Wortman deceased, that said instrument be admitted to probate, and the administration of said es tate be granted to Harold W. Rich ards as administrator with the will annexed for the State of Nebraska. It is hereby ordered that you and all persons interested in said matter, may, and do appear at the County Court to be held in and for said county on the 19th day of May, A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock a. m., to show cause, if any there be, why the prayer of the petitioner should not be granted, and that notice of the pendency of said petition and the hearing thereof be given to all per sons interested in said matter by publishing a copy of this order in the Plattsmouth Journal, a semi weekly . newspaper printed in said county, for three successive weeks prior to said day of hearing. Witness my hand and the seal of said court this 24th day of April, A. D. 1939. A. H DUXBURY, (Seal) a24-3w County Judge. OOOCOCOOOOCCOCOOCCOSOGGCCft J. Howard Davis s Attorney at Law Plattsmouth 0 8 .8 V3SCGOCCOCOS NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the County Court of Cass Coun ty, Nebraska. To the creditors of the estate of Philip T. Becker, deceased. No. 3394: Take notice that the. time limited for .the filing and presentation of claims against said estate is August 14, 1939; that a hearing will be had at the County Court room in Platts mouth on August 18, 1939, at ten o'clock a. m. for the purpose of ex amining, hearing, allowing and ad justing all claims or objections duly filed. Dated April 14, 1939. A. H. DUXBURY, (Seal) al7-3w County Judge. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT In the County Court of Cass Coun ty Nebraska. To all persons interested In the estate of Josephine Clifford, deceas ed. No. 334 8j Take notice that the Adminis trator of said estate has filed his final report and a petition for ex amination and allowance of his ad ministration accounts, determination of heirship, assignment of residue of said estate and for his discharge; that said petition and report will be heard before said Court on May 12, 1939, at ten o'clock a. m. Dated April 14, 1939. A. II. DUXBURY, (Seal) al7-3w County Judge. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the County Court of Cass Coun ty, Nebraska. To the creditors of the estate of Marcus C. Browen, deceased. No. ?393: Take notice that the time limited for the filing and presentation of claims against said estate is August 7, 1939; that a hearing will be had at the County Court room in Platts mouth on August 11, 1939, at ten o'clock a. m., for the purpose of examining, hearing, allowing and adjusting all claims or objections duly filed. Dated April 7, 1939. A. H. DUXBDRY, (Seal) al0-3w County Judge. NOTICE OF HEARING In the County Court of Cass Coun ty, Nebraska. In the Matter of the Estate of Hannah Penn, deceased. Estate No. 3292. To all persons interested in said estate: You are hereby notified that there has been filed in this Court the peti tion of Frances M. Jefferson and Alma A. Heilman, praying for the appointment of Lester A. Westland as administrator cum testamento annexo de bonis non of all of the said estate not already administered upon. You are further notified that a hearing will be had upon said peti tion before this Court on the 19th day of May, A. D. 1939 at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. in the County Court room in the court house in Plattsmouth, Nebraska. Dated this 24th day of April, A. D. 1939. A. H. DUXBURY, (Seal) a24-3w County Judge. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an Order of Sale Issued by the Clerk of the District Court of the Second Judicial Distri-ct, in and for Cass County, Nebraska, in an action therein pending wherein the Farm ers Mutual Insurance Company of Nebraska, a corporation, duly or ganized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the State of Ne braska, with its principal place of business located In the City of Lin coln, Nebraska, Is plaintiff, and Grace Conn and Ervln O. Conn, joint administratrix and administrator of the Estate of Louisa Conn, Deceased; Arthur J. Conn, and Nellie Conn, husband and wife; Mabel J. Wlede man and Edward A. Wiedeman, wife and husband; Ervin O. Conn and Bessie B. Conn, husband 'and wife; Cassius C. Conn, and Edna Conn, husband and wife; Grace M. Conn, single; Lincoln Safe Deposit Com pany of Lincoln, Nebraska, a cor poration; L. A. Richetts, Trustee of the said Lincoln saie deposit com pany, a corporation, bankrupt; Green wood State Bank, Greenwood, Ne braska, a corporation, also known as Greenwood State Bank, a corpor ation; Alfred Ulstrup; Oscar Hoff man; Speier and Simon, a corpor ation, now known as Speier's Inc., a corporation; Ben Simon and Sons, a corporation; Chain Syndicate, a corporation; Farmers and Mer chants Bank of Alvo, Nebraska, a corporation; Home Finance and In vestment Company; a corporation; Department of Banking of the State of Nebraska; Department of Bank ing of the State of Nebraska, Re ceiver and Liquidating Agent of the Ashland State Bank, Ashland, Ne braska, a corporation; E. H. Luikart, Superintendent of Banks, Banking Department of the State of Nebraska; Ervin O. Conn and Bessie B. Conn, husband and wife; tenants in posses sion, are defendants, and to satisfy fhe Judgment and decree In said cause rendered, I will, on Saturday, iviay 13th. 1938. at 10 o'clock a. m., at the South Front Door of the Court House in Cass County. Nebraska, offer and sell at public auction the following described real estate, to-wit: The Southwest vjuarter (SWU) of Section Ten (10), and the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter (SE1,; NEVi) of Section Sixteen (16), all in Township Eleven (11) North. Range Nine (9) East of the Sixth Principal Meridian in Cass County, Nebraska. Dated April 3. 1939. JOE MRASEK, 1 a6-5w Sheriff of Cass County.; MONDAY, APRIL 24, 1939. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT In the County Court of Cass Coun ty, Nebraska. To all . persons interested in the estate of C. Lawrence Stull, deceas ed. No. 3223: Take notice that the Administra tor of said estate has filed his final report and a petition for examination and allowance of . his administration accounts, determination of heirship, assignment of residue of said estate and for his discharge; that said peti tion and report will be heard before said Court on May 19, 1939,' at ten o'clock a. m. Dated April 20, 1939. A. H. DUXBURY, (Seal) a24-3w County Judge. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT In the County Court of Cass Coun ty, Nebraska. To all persons interested in the estate of Edna S. Binger, deceased. No. 3363: Take notice that the Administra tor of said estate has filed his final report and a petition for examination and allowance of his administration accounts, determination of heirship, assignment of residue of said estate and for his discharge; that said peti tion and report will be heard before said Court on May 19, 1939, at ten o'clock a. m. Dated April 19, 1939. A. II. DUXBURY, (Seal) a24-3w County Judge. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Nebraska County of Cass 88. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued by C. E. Ledg way, Clerk of the District Court within and for Cass County, Nebras ka, and to me' directed. I will on the 20th day of May, A. D. 1939, at 10 o'clock a. m. of said day at the south front door ot the court house, in the City of Plattsmouth, Nebras ka, in said county, sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash the following real estate, to wit: West Half (W) of the "Southeast Quarter (SEU) of Section thirty-two (32), Town ship eleven (11), North, Range fourteen (14) East of the 6th P. M., in Cass County, Ne braska The same being levied upon and taken as the property of Willis Eaton, et al. Defendants, to satisTy a judgment of said Court recover ed by William H. Mark, Plaintiff against said Defendants. Plattsmouth, Nebraska, April 15, A. D. 1939. JOE MRASEK, Sheriff Cass County, Nebraska. By EMERY J. DOODY, Deputy, al7-5w NOTICE OF SUIT TO QUIET TITLE In the District Court of the County of Cass, Nebraska Frank E. Petet, Plaintiff vs. John W. Clark, et al, Defendants To the Defendants: John W. Clark, Mrs. John ;W. Clark, first real name unknown; Maria M. Beebe, Beebe, first real name unknown; the heirs, devisees, legatees, personal representatives and all other persons interested in the estates of John W. Clark, Mrs. John W. Clark, first real name unknown; Maria M. Beebe; Beebe, first real name un known, and John Rotter, each de ceased, real names unknown; and all persons having or claiming any interest in and to Lots sev enteen (17), and eighteen (18), in Block nine (9), and Lots one (1), two (2), and three (3), in Block ten (10), all in Palmer's Out Lots, an addition to the City of Platts mouth, Cass cmnty. Nebraska, real names unknown. Vince F. Rotter, Etta Rotter, John V. Rotter, Lucretia Rotter, Mary Worsham, James Wor sham, Eva Egenberger, widow; Ed ward Gilson, Mrs. Edward Gilson, first real name unknown; Richard Gilson, Mrs. Richard Gilson, first real name unknown; Oliver Gilson, Mrs. Oliver Gilson, first real name unknown; May Denova, De nova, first real name unknown; Eu gene Gilson, Mrs. Eugene Gilson, first real name unknown, Rose Mil ler, and Miller, first real name unknown: You and each of you are hereby notified that Frank E. Petet filed a petition and commenced an action in the District Court of Cass County, Nebraska, on the 14th day of April, 1939, against you and each of you, the object, purpose and prayer of which is to obtain a decree of court quieting the title to Lots seventeen (17), and eighteen (18), in Block nine (9), and Lots one (1), two (2), and three (3), in Block ten (10), all in Talmer's Out Lots, an addition to the City of Plattsmouth, Cass county, Nebraska, and for equitable relief. You and each of you are further notified that you are required to answer said petition on or before Monday, the 29th day of May. 1939 or the allegations contained in said petition win be taken as true and a decree rendered in favor of plaintiff and against you and each of you ac cording to the prayer of said Deti- tion. Dated this 17th day of April. A. D. 1939. FRANK E. PETET, Plaintiff. W. A. ROBERTSON, Attorney for Plaintiff. al7-4w You can get Rubber Stamps at lowest prices at Journal office.