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ffLATTSMOUTH SEMI - WEEKLY JOURNAL
MONDAY, MAY 15, 1939.
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Twenty Years
of Extension
Work in County
National Organization Started When
President Wilson Signed the
Smith-Lever Act.
Monday, May 8th marked the 25th
anniversary of the Inauguration ol
extension work on a federal basis.
It was on that date in 1914 that the
president of the United States signed
the Smith-Lever act providing federal
support of cooperative agricultural
extension work. The purpose of the
work was defined as, "the giving of
Instruction and practical demonstra
tions in agriculture and home eco
nomics to persons not attending . . .
colleges in the several communities
and imparting . . k information . . .
through field demonstrations, publi
cations and otherwise."
Extension work, was, however,
horn out of the counties long before
that time and grew into state and
national prominence it was not
handed down full grown for the fed
eral government.
With the inauguration of the Cass
County Farm Bureau in April 1918,
an organization working for the in
terest and advancement of agricul
ture and farm homemaking in the
county, was Bet up by a group of far
sighted men who realized the need
for better cooperation among farmers
and the relative need for strong lead
ership and help with their agricul
tural problems.
Instrumental in completing the or
ganization were such men as Chas.
Noyes, Louisville; Searl Davis, Platts
mouth; V. II. Banning, Union;
Bucephalus Wolph, Nehawka;and
Raymond Pollard, Nehawka. L. R.
Snipes was chosen as the first county
agent serving in this capacity until
1939.
This year marks the twentieth
birthday of agricultural extension
work in Cass county. Throughout
these years the efforts of the Farm
Bureau have been directed toward
two main goals: To help farmers
earn more real income; and to help
make the farm a better place to live.
In modern agricultural education,
there are two essentials. New truths
must be discovered. But even the
greatest truth; is worthless-if it lies
unused in a dusty file. New facts
and old alike must be harnessed into
practical, every day work on farms
throughout the state.
The Extension Service endeavors to
reach (children too young to attend
college; men and women who have
neither the time nor opportunity to
attend regular classes, and graduates
or former students who are eager to
keep abreast of new developments lest
their knowledge should grow rusty.
HERE FROM THE WEST
From Tuesdays Dally
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey J. Ilenegar
and children, Jack, Susan, and Bob
of Veteran Wyoming, were here for
a short time today to visit old friends
They have been at Weeping Water,
called by the death of Mr. Heneger's
mother, Mrs. J. II. Ileneger, which
occurred on last Thursday.
The many friends were delighted
to meet this splendid couple and their
children, it being the first time in a
great many years that Mrs. Ileneger
and the children have been here.
Mrs. Ileneger was formerly Miss
Gladys Steinhauer, daughter of Mr
and Mr. II. E. Steinhauer, old time
residents here.
HERE FROM ELMWOOD
Emil Bornemeler, Elmwood truck
er, was in the city Tuesday for a few
hours in company with Fred Kunz of
the Elmwood community. They had
taken a load of hogs to Omaha to
the market and in return brought a
truck load of . cattle for the Kunz
farm for feeding.
OMAHA PARTIES MARRIED
Saturday evening at the home or
Judge A. II. Duxbury was held the
nuptials for Miss Esther M. Bates,
2267 Dodge street, Omaha and Den
nis O. Knapp, of 1517 Chicago street.
The ceremony was witnessed by Ben
W. Bates, father of the bride and
Mildred Hanson.
EAGLE HS B
Mrs. Maude Blattler returned home
from the hospital Friday.
Mrs. Emma Olson of Ashland vis
ited Mrs. John Vant Saturday.
Miss Aurel Cope of Weeping Wat
er visited at home three days the
past week.
Miss Marion Hartsook went to
Bryan Memorial hospital Tuesday for
treatments.
s Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Marvin were
week end guests at the Lee Knolle
home in Sioux City.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Howard of Long
Beach have been visiting relatives
and friends the past week.
Miss Margaret Greer entertained
the Ladies Home Missionary Society
at her home Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. Rose McDonald of Kearney
and Mrs. Turner of Omaha called on
Mrs. Joe Hoenshell Wednesday after
noon. Mrs. Bert Diemer of Grand Island
came Saturday evening to spend
Mother's day with her mother, Mrs.
Fred Etheridge.
Miss Vivian Hoenshell and Miss
Anne Peoples of Plattsmouth were
Tuesday supper guests at the J. C.
Hoenshell home.
Mrs. Mattie Armstrong went to
Lincoln Friday to stay at the Walter
Ferris home, as Mrs. Ferris was
taken to the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Bunny Hoffman of
Modesto, Calif., came Tuesday and
are visiting Mrs. Hoffman's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Griffin.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rihn, Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Drennan of Nehawka and
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Buskirk ot
Waverly were Sunday guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Dota Buskirk.
Mrs. Relda Newkirk visited the
past week at the home of her son
Clyde and family, coming last Sat
urday from Los Angeles. Other
guests at the Clyde Xewkirk home
last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ster
ling Failing, of Los Angeles, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Failing and daugh
ter of Byron, Mr. and Mrs. Manning
and W. E. Pailing of Lincoln.
Graduation Time
Thursday evening. May 18, will
be annual class night and the Sen
ior class will give a program consisting-of
the class will, history, poem
and oration and honor awards will
be presented.
Sunday evening. May 21, the an
nual baccalaureate sermon will be
delivered by Rev. Williams at the
M. E. church.
Commencement exercises will take
place Thursday evening. May 25.
Members of the graduating class
this year are Josephine Lewis, Lois
Cope and Betty Anne Card, John
Lunceford, George Schroeder, Neal
Adair and Wayne Howard.
Legion Auxiliary Meeting
The May meeting of the American
Legion Auxiliary will be held at the
Legion hall Wednesday, May 17.
Special music and other entertain
ment is being planned by Mrs. Crib
ble and Mrs. Collins. Mrs. Downing
is in charge of refreshments. Each
member is to bring a guest.
Birthday Party
Franklin Robert Comstoek was a
guest of honor on his" tenth birthday,
May 12, at a surprise birthday party
at his home, given by his mother for
the pupils and teacher of Dist. 49.
Games were the pastime of the af
ternoon. The guests were invited
into the dining room where a birth
day cake was lighted and all sang
"Happy Birthday." Then Frank un
wrapped his gifts from his little
friends. Mrs. Comstoek served ice
crear.1 and cake, assisted by Mrs.
Gayl Walter, Doris and Lula Belle
Pilford.
In departing, all wished the guest
of honor many more happy birth
days. Mother
Each moment I nm around you
Mother dear, you are like my guid
ing star. You take my mind away
from me and lead it from afar. You
take me off to the green, green groves
and show me all your love a love
that no one knows only God and
angels above. You know each secret
ot my life and of every little strife.
I And now I sit here thinking how
POCKET AND WRIST WATCHES
M.00 to 3.95
ALARM CLOCKS
l.OOfo2.95
LOOK FOR aagS ON THE DIAt
happy we are as we sit here by the
fireside, just you and I. Doris Na
dine Draper, 3 years old, Greenwood,
Nebraska.
Mother and Daughter Banquet
The annual Mother-Daughter ban
quet was held at the M. E. church
Friday evening, with the usual large
attendance. The program consisted
of violin selections by Winnifred
Lambert. Maxlne Hurlbut, Shirley
Buckingham, Genevieve Jardine and
Ruth McKinney, accompanied at the
piano by Josephine Lewis.
Songs were sung by Mrs. Martha
jfeters, with Mrs. Veda Hall as ac
companist. ' Miss Virginia Newkirk very ably
presided as toastmistress. A lovely
tribute to mothers was given by Miss
Mary Ellen Erickson, followed by a
mother's response ably given by Mrs.
Lena McDonald. A reading, "The
Dim Light," was given by Lucille
Kelly.
Mrs. Loom is of Lincoln was the
speaker of the evening and her worth
while speech was highly appreciated
by all.
The closing number was a piano
sclo by Mrs. Veda Hall.
Everyone enjoyed the lovely three
course dinner at tables prettily dec
orated with multi-colored favors and
spring flowers.
8TH GRADERS TRACK MEET
From Tuesday' Dairy
Yesterday afternoon one of the
eighth grade classes in physical edu
cation held a track meet at the foot
ball field. The two teams, captained
by Lars Larson and Kenneth White,
showed much promise of producing
many stars by the time they have
finished high school. The outstand
ing performance of the meet was by
Larson who, on his last attempt,
broad jumped seventeen feet, eleven
inches. This Is a better jump than
some in high school competition. Lar
son also won the 50 yard dash and
the 100 yard dash. Time did not
permit more than five events In the
gym period.
The team captained by Larson won
the meet with 34 points while White's
team had 9.
Summary:
50-yard dash, won by Larson; sec
ond. White; third, Cotner; fourth,
Herold. Time 6.6.
100-yard dash, won by Larson;
second, White; third, Herold; fourth,
Cotner. . Time 12.5. .
300 yards, won by Herold; sec
ond, Holcomb; third, Brizendine;
fourth, HIghfield. Time: 48.8.
Broad jump, won by Larson; sec
ond. White; third, McMaken; fourth,
Rice. Distance: 17 feet, 11 inches.
50 yard shuttle relay: Won by
members of White's team (Short,
O'Donnell, Brizendine, White). Time
31.
Warren Reed and Allan White of
the local track squad served as offi
cials of the meet.
GIVES FINE ADDRESS
Dr. Raymond Nielsen, teacher of
history in the college of Sciences and
Arts at the Creighton university,
was a guest in the city Tuesday, he
speaking at the morning convocation
at the high school and at the noon
day luncheon of the Rotary club. Dr.
Nielsen, who is one of the able in
structors at Creighton, spoke at the
high school on "What Are Your
Rights," he taking up the natural,
social and constitutional rights that
are a part of the rights of every
American man and woman.
Dr. Nielsen was presented at the
school and Rotary by County Attor
ney Walter H. Smith, who was a stu
dent under him at Creighton.
L. S. Devoe was the leader at the
Rotary and presented the speaker,
who discussed "Why Be Neutral," a
very fine and thoughtful discussion
of the world conditions and the
need for a clear and hard headed
thinking if the nation is kept from
the dangers of foreign entanglements.
OBSERVE CORPORAL COMMUNION
The Catholic Daughters of America
observed their corporal communion
Sunday, May 8 at the St. John's
church. A large group of the mem
bers of the organization were present
in commemoration of the event. The
members all assembled at the church
and had marched In a body, occupy
ing the front pews that had been
reserved for them.
Rt. Rev. Monsignor George Agius,
pastor of the church, celebrated the
mass.
Following the services at the
church a breakfast was served to the
ladies, the breakfast being served in
the club rooms of the church. Mrs.
Baltz Meisinger, president of the
St. John's Altar society, served as
chairman of the breakfast.
JUST SO SEWING CLUB
The Just So Sewing club met at
the home of Jane Hitt May 9. 1939.
We had a very nice time. The next
meeting will be held at the home of
Genevieve Wright, Friday, May 19.
JUNE CADWELL, s
News Reporter.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In the County Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska.
To all persons interested in the
estate of Arminda J. Graves, de
ceased. No. 3407:
Take notice that a petition has
been filed for the probate of an in
strument purporting to be the last
will and testament of said deceased,
and for the appointment of W. G.
Boedeker as Executor thereof; that
said petition has been set for hear
ing before said Court on the 9 th day
of June, 1939, at 10 a. m.
Dated May 13th, 1939.
A. H. DUXBURY,
(Seal) ml 5-3 w County Judge.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the County Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska.
To all persons interested in the
estate of F. G. Fricke, real name
Frederich G. Fricke, deceased. No.
3303:
Take notice that the Executor ot
said estate has filed his final report
and a petition for examination and
allowance of his administration ac-
county, determination of heirship, as
signment of residue of said estate and
for his discharge; that said petition
and report will be heard before said
Court on June 9, 1939, at ten o'clock
a m.
Dated May 10, 1939.
A. H. DUXBURY,
(Seal) ml5-3w 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.
3393:
Take notice that the time limited
for the filing and presentation of
claims against said estate is August
7. 1939: that a hearine 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
evaminincr. hearincr. allowing and
adjusting all claims or objections
duly filed.
Dated April 7. 1939.
A. H. DUXBURY,
(Seal) al0-3w County Judge.
SHERIFF'S SALE
State of Nebraska
8S.
County of Cass J
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 tn me directed.' I will on the
10th day ot June, A. D. 1939, at 10
o'clock a. m. of said day at the soutn
front door of the court nouse in me
City of Plattsmouth, Nebraska, in
said county, sell at public auction
to the highest bidder for cash the
following real estate, to-wit:
The west half of the south
east quarter of Section No. sev
enteen (17); Also the north
east quarter of the northwest
quarter, and Lot two (2) in the
southeast quarter of the north
west quarter, and the west half
of the northeast quarter of Sec
tion No. twenty (20); all in
Township No. eleven (11), North
of Range No. fourteen (14)
East of the Sixth Principal Me
ridian, and containing in all
two hundred seven (207) acres
more or less according to gov
ernment survey, all in Cass
county, Nebraska
The same being levied upon and
taken as the property of Erna Lapi
dus, et al, Defendants to satisfy a
judgment of said Court recovered by
The Travelers Insurance Company, a
corporation. Plaintiff against said
Defendants.
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, May 3, A.
D. 1939.
JOE MRASEK,
Sheriff Cass County,
By Nebraska.
EMERY J. DOODY,
Deputy Sheriff.
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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 of you and
others, the purpose and prayer of
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 ol
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 thefr promissory note in the
principal sum of $6,500.00, payable
in seventy-one semi-annual install
ments of 1195.00 each.
You are each required to answer
said petition on or before Monday,
June 12, 1939, or decree of foreclo
sure will bo granted as prayed.
THE FEDERAL LAND BANK
of Omaha, a Corporation,
By Plaintiff.
EDWARD J. TANGNEY,
D. O. DWYER and JW. L.
DWYER, It's Attorneys.
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LEGAL NOTICE
To all persons interested in the
estate of Amelia Monroe Wynn, de
ceased: ' You and each of you are hereby
notified that the District Court of
Cass County, Nebraska, on the 9th
day of May, 1939, entered the fol
lowing order in the Matter of the
Estate of Amelia Monroe Wynn, de
ceased: In the District Court of Casa
County, Nebraska
In the Matter of the
Estate of Amelia Monroe
Wynn, Deceased.
ORDER
NOW on this 9th day of May,
1939, this cause came on for hear
ing upon the application of Nettie
Ackerman, Administratrix of the
estate of Amelia Monroe Wynn, de
ceased, praying for license to sell
the following described real estate
of the estate of the said Amelia
Monroe Wynn, deceased:
The West One-Half (,W) of
Lot Four (4), Block Thirty
three (33), City of Plattsmouth,
Cass County, Nebraska; and.
Lots Thirty (30), Forty-seven
(47), Seventy-one (71),
Seventy-two (72) and Ninety
seven (97), all in the South
west Quarter (SW'i) of the
Southwest Quarter (SWU), Sec
tion Eighteen (18), Township
Twelve (12), Range Fourteen
(14), East of the 6th P. M.,
Cass County, Nebraska.
That said license is desired for the
purpose of paying the debts allowed
against said estate, allowances and
costs of administration for the rea
son that there is not a sufficient
amount of personal property in the
possession of said Nettie Ackerman,
Administratrix, belonging to said es
tate to pay said debts, fees, allow
ances and costs.
It is, " therefore, Ordered that all
persons interested in said estate ap
pear before this Court at Chambers
in the Court House of said County in
the City of Plattsmouth, on the 12th
day of June, 1939, at the hour of
10 o'clock a. m., to show cause, if
any there be, why a license should
not be granted to said Nettie Acker
man, Administratrix, to sell the
above described real estate of said
decedent to pay the debts and ex
penses. It is further Ordered that a copy
of this Order be served upon all per
sons interested in said estate by
causing the same to be published in
The riattsmouth Journal, a news
paper printed and in general circula
tion in said County, once each-week
for three successive weeks prior to
the said day of hearing.
By the Court.
W. W. WILSON,
ml 1-3 w Judge.
NOTICE OF .HEARING
Upon Organization of Proposed Cass
Soil Conservation District embrac
ing Lands lying in Cass County,
Nebraska.
WHEREAS, on the 29th day of
April, 1939, there was duly filed in
the Office of the State Soil Conser
vation Committee at Lincoln, Ne
braska, a petition signed by at least
twenty-five land-owners, pursuant to
the provisions of the Soil Conserva
tion Districts Law, Article 19, Chap
ter 2, 1937 Supplement to the Com
piled Statutes of Nebraska, Sections
2-1901 to 2-1914 inclusive, request
ing the establishment of the Cass
Soil Conservation District; and
WHEREAS the land sought to be
included in said district by said peti
tion comprises land in Cass County,
Nebraska, described as follows:
All Sec. 1. 2, 11 and 12. Twp.
10N, Rg. 9E; S Sec. 12; All
Sec. 13, 24. 35 and 36, Twp.
UN, Rg. 9E; All Sec. 5. 6, 7
and 8, Twp. 10N, Rg. 10E; All
Sec. 1 to 36, incl., Twp. UN,
Rg. 10E; All Sec. 14 except
N4 NE'i; W SWii; Sec.
13; All Sec. 23, 24. 25, 26, 35
and 36, Twp. 12N, Rg. 10E;
WV2 Sec. 31, Twp. 12N, Rg.
HE; Sec. 1 and 5 to 34. incl.;
N and N SV& Sec. 35 and
NVfc and N SWVi and SEU
Sec. 36, Twp. UN, Rg. HE;
Sec. 1 to 36, incl., Twp. UN.
Rg. 12E: All Sec. 2. 3, 4. 5; All
Sec. 6, South of Platte River;
All Sec. 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11; Sec.
14 to 23. incl.; Sec. 26 to 35,
incl.: SWMi Sec. 13; W Sec.
24, W Sec. 25, W Sec. 36,
Twp. 12N, Rg. 12E, with the
exception of the incorporated
limits of the Villages of Alvo,
Cedar Creek, Manley, Murdock,
South Bend and Wabash, all in
Cass County, Nebraska.
Now. therefore
NOTICE is hereby given that a
public hearing will be held pursuant
to the said Petition, on the question
of the desirability and necessity in
the interest of the public health,
safety and welfare of the creation of
such a district; on the question of
the appropriate boundaries to be as
signed to such district; upon the pro
priety of the Petition and of all other
proceedings taken under said Act;
and upon all questions relevant to
such inquiries. The said public
hearing will be held., by the State
Soil Conservation Committee on the
29th day of May, 1939, beginning at
eight o'clock p. m. at the Manley
Hall, in Manley, Nebraska, in the
County of Cass.
All persons, firms and corporations
who shall hold title to or shall be
in possession of any lands lying
within the limits of the above de
scribed territory as owners, lessees,
voccccoscosccecosccccosoo
J. Howard Davis
Attorney at Law
Plattsmouth 8
.9CCCCOCOGOCGCCOSOOGCQCt
renters, tenants, or otherwise, and
all other interested parties are in
vited to attend and will be given an
opportunity to be heard at the time
and place hereinbefore specified.
. Dated this 4th day of May, 1939.
STATE SOIL CONSER
VATION COMMITTEE
By
H. E. ENGSTROM.
Executive Secretary.
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NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
In the County Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska.
To all persons interested in the
estate of Axel Nelson, deceased. No.
3406:
Take notice that a petition has
been filed praying for administration
of said estate and appointment of
Emma Nelson as Administratrix;
that said petition has been set for
hearing before said Court on the
2nd day of June, 1939, at ten
o'clock a. m.
Dated May 3, 1939.
A. H. DUXBURY,
(Seal) m8-3w County Judge.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the County Court of Cass Coun
ty. Nebraska.
To all persons interested in the
estate of Edna Conn, deceased. No.
33S0:
Take notice that the Executor of
said estate has filed his final report
and a petition for examination and
allowance of his administration ac
counts, determination of heirship,
assignment of residue of said estate
and for his discharge;'that said peti
tion aiid report will be heard before
said Court on June 9, 1939, at ten
o'clock a. m.
Dated May 9, 1939.
A. H. DUXBURY,
(Seal) mlo-3w County Judge.
SHERIFF'S SALE
State of Nebras
n
ss.
Count u of Cass
ay viriue oi 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 of the court house,
in the City of Pla46mouth, Nebras
ka, in said county, sell at public
auction to the highest bidder for
cash the following real estate, to
wit: West Half W,4) of the
Southeast Quarter (SE'i) 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 satisfy
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
al7-5w
DOODY,
Deputy.
" ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE
In the District Court Cass
County, Nebraska
In the matter of the Application
of Frank A. Cloidt. Guardian of
Frank Fight, a Spendthrift, for Au
thority and License to Mortgage
Real Estate.
Now on this 11th day of May,
1939, this matter came on for hear
ing on the Petition of Frank A.
Cloidt. euardian of Frank Fight, a
spendthrift, for authority and li
cense to mortgage real estate of said
ward, to secure payment of a loan
to be made for the purpose of pay
iner an existing mortgage on said
real estate in favor of the Murray
State Bank or assigns in the amount
of $1,700.00 plus interest at the
rate of 6 per annum from April
15, 1939; taxes' on real estate be
longing to said ward in the amount
of $169.14; and costs of this action
und incidental expenses and indebt
edness of said ward in an amount
not exceeding $$130. S6.
It is therefore Ordered that all
persons interested in the estate of
Frank Fight, a spendthrift, appear
before me at chambers in the City
of - Plattsmouth, Nebraska, in said
county, on the 12th day of June.
1939, at the hour of ten o'clock a.
m., to show cause, if any there be,
why a license and authority should
not be granted to Frank A. Cloidt,
guardian of Frank Fight, a spend
thrift, to secure a loan in the amount
of $2,000.00 from Philip Born for a
period of five years, with interest at
the rate of 5 per annum, give his
note therefore as such guardian, and
to secure payment of said note by
executing and delivering to the said
Philip Born a mortgage on the
West half (W) of Northwest
quarter (XWU) and the West
half (W of the Southwest
quarter (SW't) all in Sec
tion thirty-five (35). Township
twelve (12), North, Range
twelve (12) East of the 6tn P.
M., in Cass county, Nebraska
for the purpose of securing funds
for payment of debts and expenses
of said ward as above set forth.
It is further Ordered that a- copy
of this Order be served upon all per
sons interested in the estate of the
said Frank Fight by causing the
same to be published for three suc
cessive weeks in the Plattsmouth
Journal, a legal newspaper printed
and published in said county.
By the Court.
W. W. WILSON.
Judge of the District
ml5-3w Court.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
In the County Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska.
To all persons interested in the
estate of John Hirz, deceased. No.
3403:
Take notice that a petition has
been filed for the probate of an in
strument purporting to be the last
will and testament of said deceased,
and for the appointment of Fred J.
Hirz, as Administrator, with will an
nexed thereof; that said petition has
been set for hearing before said
Court on the 26th day of May, 1939,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
Dated April 25, 1939.
A. H. DUXBURY,
(Seal) ml-3w County Judge.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the County Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska.
To all persons interested in the
estate of Delia Sutton, deceased. No.
3221:
Take notice that the Administra
tor of said estate has filed his final
report and a petition for examina
tion and allowance of his adminis
tration accounts, determination of
heirship, assignment of residue ot
said estate and for his discharge;
that said petition and report will be
heard before said Court on May 26,
1939, at ten o'clock a. m.
Dated April 25, 1939.
A. II. DUXBURY,
(Seal) ml-3w County Judge.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the County Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska.
In the Matter of the Trusteeship
of the Estate of David G. Babbing
ton, deceased. Trusteeship No. 891.
To all persons Interested in the
above entitled matter:
You and each of you are hereby
notified that J. A. Capwell, Trustee
of tUe estate of David G. Babbington,
deceased, has this date filed a peti
tion in this Court alleging that he
has completed the trust created under
the last will and testament of said
deceased and that said trusteeship
proceedings should be terminated,
and praying for approval of his final
report filed herein on this date, to
gether with all prior reports herein
filed, and for an order of Court dis
tributing and pro-rating the re
mainder of the assets now in his
possession as said trustee, and for
his discharge;
You are further notified that a
hearing will be had upon said peti
tion together with all reports of
said trustee before this Court on
May 26, 1939, at the hour of two
o'clock p. m.
All objections to the allowance of
said reports and the granting of the
prayer of said petition should be
filed in this Court, on or before said
hour and date of hearing.
Dated this 25th day of April, A.
D. 1939.
A. II. DUXBURY,
(Seal) ml-3w County Judge.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the County Court of Cass Coun
ty, Nebraska.
In the Matter of the Trusteeship
of the Estate of Anna F. Geiser, de
ceased. Trusteeship No. 1042.
To all persons interested in the
above entitled matter:
You and each of you are hereby
notified that Frank A. Cloidt, Trus
tee of the estate of Anna F. Geiser.
deceased, has this date filed a peti
tion in this Court alleging that he
has completed the trust created un
der the last will and testament of
said deceased and that said trustee
ship proceedings should be termi
nated, and praying for approval of
his final report filed herein on this
date, together with all prior reports
herein filed, and for an order of
Court distributing and pro-rating the
remainder of the assets now in his
possession as said trustee, and for
his discharge;
You are further notified that a
hearing will be had upon said peti
tion together with all reports of
said trustee before this Court on
May 26, 1939, at the hour of ten
o'clock a. m.
All objections to the allowance
of said reports and the jrranliner of
the prayer of said petition should be
filed in this Court on or before said
hour and date of hearing.
umen mis om uay or April. A.
D. 1939.
A. H. DUXBURY,
(Seal) ml-3w County Judge.
SHERIFF'S SALE
State of Nebraska
88.
County of Cass
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
29th day of May, A. D. 1939, at 10
o'clock a. m. of said day at the South
Front Door of the Court House, in
the City of Plattsmouth. Nebraska, in
said County, sell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash the fol
lowing Real Estate to-wit:
All that part of the South
of the Southwest of Section
thirty-five (35), Township Thir
teen (13), North, Range Thir
teen (13), lying South of tho
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy
Railroad Company's Right of
Way, and subject to the Missouri
Pacific Railroad Company's
Right of Way;
The same being levied upon and
taken as the property of Frank K.
Vallery, et al, Defendants, to satisfv
a Judgment of said Court recovered
oy conservative Mortgage Company.
Trustee, Plaintiff against said De
fendants.
Plattsmouth, Nebraska. Anril 26.
A. D. 1939.
JOE MRASEK.
Sheriff Casa County.
a27-5w Nebraska.
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