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THURSDAY, SEPT. 7, 1939.
PLATTSMOUTH SEMI .- WEEKLY JOURNAL
Night or day your loved one, left
fn our care, is never alone. Porter
Funeral Home, Nebraska City.
W. H. Sutton has been feeling
the best for some time past and has
been under the doctor's care, is feel
ing reatly improved. '
George Hall of Plattsmouth was
In Murray doing some work on the
Rex Young property where a heating
plant is being- installed.
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Nickles
Mere in Plattsmouth last Saturday
night looking after some business
matters and visiting with friends.
11. C. Bailey of Waterloo, Nebraska
was visiting with W. O. Troop and
son. Tommy, they all going to Syra
cuse to a sale Saturday afternoon.
Wm. Baier was to make a trip to
Falls City last Sunday, taking some
heavy machinery with him and was
accompanied by Tommy Troop and
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Watson who
are on the broadcasting station at
Grand Island were visiting: over Sun
day at the home of her parnest, A. G.
Clsney and wife.
George Reicke was in Murray last
Monday morning securing lumber
and building material for erection
of a garage which he is building
at his country home.
Frank Krejci of Plattsmouth. a
stone hauler, was looking after some
business matters in Murray last Mon
day morning, getting lumber for some
building being done at Rock Bluffs.
Monday of this week Dr. R. W.
Tyson and family were in Lincoln
attending the state fair and also
stopped in Elmwood for a short time
to greet the mother of Dr. Tyson,
Mrs. L. A. Tyson who now makes
her home in Elmwood.
Otto Lutz who lives on a farm near
Mynard and works in the BREX
shops at Plattsmouth, Monday. Labor
day, he net having to work, was
in Murray securing lumber and
building material for making changes
in the farm buildings.
A. J. Weideman who has charge
of the cleaning of seeds at the Fred
erick Seed company rooms in Mur
ray is kept pretty busy with his
work, was spending last Sunday at
the home of Mr. Frederick at Nebras
Edward J. Kreuger who has been
successively working at the homes of
W. O. Troop, Henry Schwartz, and
George Lopp, was looking after some
business matters in Nebraska City
Sunday Sept. 10th
"Hezekiah: A King Who Re
(2 Chro. 30:13-22)
Here is a great study in contrasts:
Ahaz, the father of Hezekiah exceed
ed in his godless life any king in
Judah up to this time, closed the
doors of the temple, discontinued the
worship of Jehovah, built altars in
Jerusalem on every street corner to
heathen gods, like the Athenians,
and offered sacrifices and worshipped
them. Under and in such inviron
ments did Hezekiah grew to man
hood. Contrary to all expectations this
man followed not his father, but we
rather believe the mother's influence
took him In the opposite direction;
she was the daughter of Zechariah,
a man that had understanding in
the visions of God (Chap. 28:5), his
mother's name was Abijah. We learn
here that it is not the rule that bad
parents have bad children, there are
some fine exceptions, and the same
rule works the other way too. Where
the father closed the doors of the
temple the son opened them; where
the father built altars the son broke
them down. The scriptural condition
was at a very low ebb.
Twenty-five years old, he becomes
king over Judah; and for twenty
nine years he ruled his kingdom
with Jehovah as partner, and so he
was a great success. No sooner had
he taken over the reigns, when he
showed the fine traits of his char
acter to inaugurate reforms to bring
the people back to God. .
instead of repal of prohibition.
This young man puts our states
men to shame, he began at the right
place too; he had not the Christ to
tell him as he does us: "Seek ye first
the Kingdom of God and his right
eousness, etc. (Matt. 6:33); but he
did just that; and by his act his
nation lasted 150 years longer .nan
the Kingdom of Israel. Here is a
prescription for the church, that ex
pects a revival: (a) the preparation
a good housecleaning In the con
gregation; old feuds between mem
bers, must be removed. Jealousies,
hatreds and festering sores must be
cured, straightened out the mem
bership mti6t become of one accord,
before the Holy Spirit can work
through them. This took sixteen
last Saturday and Sunday and visit
ing with his sons, returning to his
work on Monday. .
James W. Holmes of Plattsmouth
was looking after business matters
in Murray and visiting at the home
of W. S. Smith, and a brother and
brother-in-law, E. F. Smith of Edgar,
a brother, and Elmer Gow, a brother-in-law
of Mr. Smith who were here
to attend the funeral of Mrs. Smith
last Sunday. The gentlemen remain
ed until Monday noon and departed
for their homes in Edgar.
Pump Tank and Safe for Sale.
I have a deep well electric pump
and tank as well as a 1000-pound
steel safe in excellent condition, for
sale. See or address me at Murray,
Nebraska. Mrs Margaret Brendel.
Many Attend Smith Funeral.
Mrs. Alary jonnson of Ong. a sister
of W. S. Smith was here attending
the funeral of Mrs. Smith last Sun
day. Among others from away who
were here to attend the funeral of
the late Mrs. W. S. Smith were J. W.
Holmes and wife of Plattsmouth,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rawls, Mrs.
Rawls being a sister of Mrs. Smith,
who reside at the Nebraska Masonic
Home in Plattsmouth, were in such
delicate health they could not attend.
Mr. and Mrs. John Britt of Lincoln,
Mrs. George Latta and Miss Mabel
Latta of Lincoln, Veston Robb and
wife of Julian, Mrs. W. Hudlisle and
daughter. Miss Pluma, also attended.
However there was a large concourse
of people of Murray and surrounding
territory filling the church to the
tent that no more could get into
the buildinfi and had to stand in the
Mrs. W. 0. Troop Home Sunday.
Mrs. W. O. Troop who has been
visiting at Wray, Colorado as well
as at Akron and Aspen for the last
nearly two months, returned home
last Sunday after having enjoyed a
very fine visit in the west. She says
crops are much better there notwith
standing rain has been very scarce
since last June, but the weather has
been much cooler which accounted
for the better condition. She attend
ed the county fair at Akron and
there met and conversed with Charles
D. St. John and Wm. August who are
making their home near Akron. She
also says that at Aspen there is a
fine ski course, the finest in the
world, not even excepting the courses
By L. Neitzel, Murdoch, Neb.
lays of preparation. () Now the
priests and Levites the ministers
were prepared sanctified, which the
next requisite. The preacher full of
the Holy Ghost and power, (c) Now
the people were invited to the great
revival, which was the feast of the
Passover. This had been neglected
for centuries. The old testament re
cords only six definite celebrations
of this festival. 1. When Israelites
left Egypt, 'Ex. 12; 2. in the desert,
Numbers 9; 3. Joshua at Gilgal,
Josh. 5. 4. Josiah, 2 Chro. 35; 5.
under Ezra at the return from cap
tivity. Ezra 6. 6. Our lesson; un
doubtedly many more have been
Hezekiah invited all the tribes of
Israel, by messengers, who read the
proclamation in every city and vil
lage. Even as today, some accepted
the invitation, others had only scorn
ar.d sneers. But the feast was a great
success; where the law required
seven days of celebration, the people
were so enthused with the success,
that they stayed seven days more. So
it became a "protracted meeting,"
like the old fashioned Methodist and
Evangelical revivals no fast rule
10 day meetings. Another feature of
this revival was the joy experienced
in the services, the singing and shout
ing could be heard over the city it
It is quite different today; our re
vivals are a poor imitatio"n, they are
as lifeless as a funeral, no penential
tears, no joy as the soul receives the
pardon of sins forgiven, no gladness
shown after passing from death unto
life a handshake and a pat on the
back and its done not so In the
old time revival there was life and
peace and joy In the Holy Ghost.
What a remarkable change was
wrought, because one man, filled with
the spirit of God changed a whole n-a
tlon. That is what we need today
a man with vision, in league with
God calling the nation to clean
house, sanctify themselves to the
service of God, have a great spiritual
revival, bringing the nation back to
God; the economic troubles would
melt away like snow in July. A na
tion is only prosperous, happy and
content as it finds it In God. "God
shall supply all your needs according
to his riches in glory by Christ
Jesus." (Phil. 4:19).
Martin Ruby Very 111.
Martin L, Ruby, father of Mrs
James E. Gruber, who haa made his
home at McCook for a number of
years, some weeks ago with the wife
came east and visited a number of
weeks in Iowa and Wisconsin and
on their return stopped In Murray
at the home of the daughter, and
was not feeling so well and decided
to stop a while. His condition grew
worse and he had to be kept here,
cared for by the daughter, who is a
very efficient nurse. His condition
has been rather delicate and he is
kept to his bed now all the time.
Everything is being done for the pa
tient by Dr. R. W. Tyson and hl3
daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
James E. Gruber.
Celebrates Passing Birthday.
On September 5th was the birth
day anniversary of Wm. Sporer and
in commemoration of the passing of
the event, as the day fell during the
week, it was celebrated last Sunday
at the home of Mr. Sporer in Mur
ray where the entire family gathered
to honor Mr. Sporer. There were
there for the occasion the family of
Martin Sporer, living over on the
highway, Chester Sporer and family
of west of Mynard and Charles Sporer
and family living near Murray. The
children brought well filled baskets
and a very fine dinner was enjoyed
as well as a day of visiting.
The following day Wm. Sporer put
in in canning peaches which the
writer witnessed and say we can
testify to his ability to can the
At State Fair Sunday.
A large number of Murray people
as well as from all portions of the
state wer attending the state fair
in Lincoln Sunday. Among the Mur
ray contingent were Glen Todd and
family. Alvador Nickles and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meisinger, Wm.
Brandt and family. Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Seybolt, and Gust Hollenberg.
They all report very good exhibits.
Visited Friends in Murray.
Kingley L. Kniss and family of
Los Angeles, where they have made
their home since leaving. Murray
years ago, when he used to be the
rural carried out of Murray, being
transferred to Los Angeles, were visit
ing with friends in Murray last week
and over the week end, being guest
at the home of his brother, Edward
Kniss, departing last Sunday for Mil
waukee where he goes as a delegate
from the west to the National Let
ter Carriers convention. They were
here to attend the funeral of their
old time friend, Mrs. W. S. Smith.
Should they have time following the
convention they will endeavor to stop
for a short time on their return to
the west coast.
Murray Schools Opened Tuesday.
The Murray schools opened Tues
day, thus allowing Monday for those
who so desired to attend the Nebras
ka state fair. Howard Green Is super
intendent, while Miss Fray or Falls
City teaches the 4th, 5th and 6th
grades and Miss Emma Dvorak of
Wilber teaches the 1st and 2nd
grades. The school got started in fine
shape and promises to make an ex
cellent record for the present school
EAGLE HS ITEMS
Mrs. A. M. Trumble spent Monday
evening in Elmwood.
Floyd Hursh of Grand Island spent
Sunday and Monday with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hursh.
Mrs. Guy Jones went to Omaha
Tuesday evening of this week, where
she will visit her sister, Mrs. E. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Clare Diehl of Chi
cago and Mrs. Ralph Allen of Lin
coln were in Eagle last Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wall of
West Point spent the week end and
Labor Day with relatives both here
and In Palmyra.
Mrs. Mary Wachter spent the
week end in Lincoln with her daugh
ter, Mrs. T. M. Peterson and Mr.
Peterson and family.
Supt. Boren, Otto Weyers and son
Alvin and Ormand May went to Peru
on Tuesday of last week to look after
some business matters.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Shumaker and
6on of Auburn spent the week end
with Mrs. Shumaker's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Trunkenbolz.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sexson of
Broken Bow spent the week end with
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Sexson and Mr.
and Mrs. John Rockenbach, Jr.
Mrs. Houston Welton of Rock
port, Missouri, spent several days
last week with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Price and other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wenzel enter
tained at dinner la3t Thursday their
nieces, Mrs. Ervin Peterson of
Hebron and Mrs. Elmer Olson of
Guests at the Rudolph UmUud
home last Thursday evening were
Mr. and Mrs. William Umland and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Umland and
Mr. and Mrs. George Trimble vis
ited in Lincoln on Tuesday afternoon
of this week at the home of Mrs.
Trimble's sister, Mrs. Wendell Brin-
ton and Mr. Brinton.
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Umland re
cently enjoyed a visit with Mrs.
Umland's nieces, Mrs. Bert Van Beck
of Bennet and her daughter. Miss
Anna Young, of Cleveland, Ohio.
Mrs. Robert Du (field and children
of Ossawatomie, Kansas, returned
home the first part of last week after
having spent a few days with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Smith.
Richard West left for Madison,
Nebraska, the middle part of last
week and Miss Florence West left
for Fort Madison, Iowa, where each
will teach during the coming year.
Ernie Dean and Ralph Rockenbach
returned from Broken Bow the lat
ter part of last week, where they
made an extended visit with their
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thomson and
sons of Palmyra and Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Wall motored to West Toint
last Thursday and visited until Fri
day afternoon with Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Edith Robertson returned the
first part of last week from a trip
through western Nebraska and
Wyoming. She left on Friday for
Orleans, where she will teach dur
ing the school term.
Mr. and'Mrs. George Weyers and
daughter, Beverly, motored to Cer
esco on Thursday evening of last
week. Beverly appeared on the
Amateur program, giving a whistling
solo. She placed fourth.
Mrs. Anna Snyder of Eagle and
brother, Mr. Reuben Robinson, Mrs.
Joe Robinson and her daughter Mrs.
Davidson and family of Grand Rap-
ds, Michigan, a sister, Mrs. Etta
Burroughs of San Diego, California, a
sister. Mrs. Nora Bringham of
Rochester, Indiana, and Mr. and
Mrs. John Bringham of South Bend,
Indiana, and two other sisters, Mrs.
Ralph Ipson of Lincoln and Mrs.
Henry Brunger of Plymouth met
during the past month at Plymouth,
Nebraska, and greatly enjoyed a re
union. All have made short visits
with Mrs. Anny Snyder and her
daughter, Mrs. Carl Price and fam
ily here in Eagle and Mrs. Etta Bur
roughs of San Diego, California, is
making an extended visit.
Mrs. Zella Durish of Chicago and
her mother, Mrs. Henry Brunger of
Plymouth visited at the home of Mrs.
Snyder last Wednesday afternoon.
Thro' Fairyland with Music
Mrs. Donald Springer presented
her music pupils in the following
program at the-Methodist church
last Tuesday evening:
Fairyland Music. A il.i May VVacret
Narcissus KthelbuVt Nevln
Faye KUen Kudolph
Fairy" Cift ......Norman Tellier
Dream Boat Williams
Whistling: Solo. The World Is
Waiting for the Stinrist
The Birds Return
Three Jolly Sailors
The Bull Dos
Diddle, Diddle. Dumpling
Sara Tjee Slosson
Market Day In Kerry County
The Contented Bird
Ktta Mae Blodgett
Swans on the Lake
Jimmie Bender (Whistling)
Hide and Seek
Faye Arlene Soattergood
The Band was Playing Dixie
The stage was decorated to repre
sent a lovely garden. Mrs. Springer
announced each of her piano and
whistling students with a verse or
poem suggestive of the selection to
be given. All numbers were very
MRS. JOSEPH W00STER RETURNS
After spending the greater part of
the summer in Denver, Colorado with
her husband, Joseph Wooster, who
Is employed in the railroad shbp
there, Mrs. Mary Wooster returned
to her home in' this city Thursday
afternoon. Mrs. Wooster left toy
Denver about the latter part of June.
There will be evangelistic services
conducted each evening at 8 o'clock
at the Lewlston church. Services will
start Thursday and continue each
evening. Come and hear the old
J. Howard Davis
'Attorney at Law
VISIT IN MISSOURI
Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Wales and
son, Irvin Dean, .returned from a
week-end trip in Maryville, Missouri
where they were called by the ser
ious condition of the former's step
mother, Mrs. Agnes Wales. Mrs.
Wales underwent an operation for
the removal of a tumor at the St.
Francis hospital on Saturday, August
26. Mrs. Glen Diggs of this city is
also a step-daughter. The patient is
said to be Improving.
Henry J, Martin
Dies at Home in
Born in Plattsmouth and Made Home
Here Many Years Funeral Ser
vices Here Thursday.
The death of Henry J. Martin, 65,
occurred Tuesday afternoon at Oma
ha where he has made his home for
the past sixteen years, making his
home at 714 1 South 16th street.
Mr. Martin was a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Martin, residents on
west Elm street for many years, he
being born in this city on September
20, 1S74, and grew to manhood here,
having a large circle of friends who
will learn of his death with the
greatest regret. He entered the ser
vice of the Burlington in his youth
and remained with the railroad for
Mr. Martin is survived by five
sisters. Mrs. Carl Engelkemeier, of
this city, Mrs. Anna Vogel and Mrs.
John C. Engelkemeier of Arizona,
Mrs. Pauline Byers, residing in Cali
fornia. The body was brought here to the
Sattler funeral home and where the
funeral services will be held on
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 with the
interment at Oak Hill cemetery
where the parents are at rest.
RETURNS FROM MONTANA
Charles Bestor returned home Sat
urday from an outing In Montana
where he has spent several weeks in
the Flathead Indian country with
his boyhood friend, Sam Beaver, for
mer resident of Cass county. Mr. Bes
tor and his friend had several trips to
the Flathead forest where they en
Joyed fishing in the large lake at
that place and viewing the many
places of interest.
On his return Mr. Bestor was ac
companied by Mr. .Beaver, who was
a brother of the late Mrs. Nellie Gor
der, and was unable to be here at
the time of her death. He will visit
here for a short time with the rel
atives before returning home.
The section of Montana visited by
Mr. Bestor is largely irrigated for
the raising of crops.
DAMAGING MAIL BOXES SERIOUS
! ' .
The local post office has received
reports of malicious treatment of
rural mail boxes along Maiden Lane,
over which rural route No. 2 from
this office was recently routed.
While the damage was slight and
from all appearances was evidently
caused by minors, nevertheless the
act itself is quite seriously regarded
under United States statutes.
Malicious and willful damage to
mail boxes is punishable by a fine
of not more than one thousand dol
lars or by imprisonment for not more
than three years.
fha rlrciimslanres it Is
.1 V. V 1 l.av
thought to be only reasonable that
parents in that vicinity should ex
plain to their children that the rural
mail boxes should not be molested or
tampered with in the slightest de
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the County Court of Cass Coun
To all persons interested in the
estate of George A. Kaffenberger, de
ceased. No. 334 4:
Tabo nriri that the Executrix of
said estate has filed her final report
and a petition for examination ana
.. ii.m.t. ,,. nr hr administration ac-
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counts, determination of heirship,
assignment of residue ot sam estate
oni fnr hr rt l.ncharire : that said
petition and report will be heard be
fore said Court on tepiemoer
1939, at ten o'clock a. m.
Dated August 28. 1939. v
A. H. DUXBURY,
(Seal) ei-Sw County Judge.
NQTICK OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the County Court of Cass Coun
Tn n net-anna interested in the
estate of PhlHp T. Becker, deceased.
No. 339 4:
Take notice that the Executor or
oM Aotaia has nled his final report
and a petition for examination and
allowance of his administration ac
counts, determination of heirship, as
sienment of residue of said estate
and for bla discharge; that said
petition and report wull be neara De
fore said Court on September 22,
1939. at ten o'clock a. m.
Dated August 28, 1959.
A. H. DUXBURY,
(Seal) a28-3w County Judge.
Motor Trip Covered Thirteen States
and 8,000 Miles Visit For
mer Residents Here.
Mrs. Charles E. Cook and son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond C. Cook and Miss Nell Dreamer,
sister of Mrs. Cook, have returned
home from a very extensive motor
trip over the west and which has
carried them as far as the west coast.
The party leaving here drove to
Imperial, Nebraska, near where they
have land interests and were delight
ed to find a two and a half inch rain
there and clear on into Ogallala, the
crops looking fine and everyone very
They then motored on to Cheyenne
and then to Salt Lake City, and down
through Utah to Bryce canyon and
Zion national park and on to the
Grand Canyon of the Colorado and
then Boulder dam. On the drive
across the desert to San Bernardino
the temperature showed 104 at mid
At Oceanside, California, the party
visited Mr. and Mrs. Estes Williams,
and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Leonard,
both former residents here. Later
they visited at Los Angeles with old
friends and at San Francisco where
they met the Warren brothers, Fred
and James and spent a few days at
the fair. They then continued up the
coast to Portland through the Red
wood drive, a very attractive high
way. At Taconia the party visited
Mrs. Frank Cook and family and Miss
Mildred Snyder, sister of Mrs. Ray
Cook. On the way home they visited
at Yellowstone park and Teton park,
both very pleasant and also stopped
in Wyoming for a vist with the Sam
Gapen family, Mr. Gapen being an
uncle of Mrs. Ray Cook. They then
drove through the Black Hills to
Minnesota and thence south to home.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
In the County Court of Cass Coun
To all persons interested in the
estate of Jess Terryberry, deceased.
No. 333 S:
Take notice that the Administrat
rix of said estate has filed her final
report and a petition for examina
tion and allowance of her adminis
tration accounts, determination of
heirship, assignment of residue of
said estate and for her discharge;
that said petition and report will be
heard before said Court on Septem
ber 15, 1939, at ten o'clock a. m.
Dated August 15, 1939.
C. E. TEFFT,
(Seal) Special County Judge.
SHERIFF S SALE
State of Nebraski
Counti 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
30th day of September, A. D. 1939,
at 10:00 o'clock a. m. of said day,
at the south front door of the court
house in the City of Plattsmouth in
said county, sell at public auction to
the highest bidder for cash the fol
lowing real estate, to-wit:
The Northeast Quarter of the
Southeast Quarter of Section 32,
in Township 11, North, Range
14, East of the 6th P. M., in
Cass county, Nebraska
The same being levied upon and
taken as the property of Vernie M.
Baker (Deceased) et al, Defendants,
to satisfy a judgment of said Court
recovered by William Sporer, Plain
tiff against said Defendants.
Plattsmouth, Nebraska, August
24, A. D. 1939.
Sheriff Cass County,
NOTICE OF REFEREE'S SALE
In the District Court of Cass
C. E. Wilcox, et al. ;
Clyde A. Dare, et al.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a decree of the Dis
trict Court of Cass County, Nebras
ka, entered in the above entitled
cause on the 17th day of July, 1939,
and an order of sale entered by said
court on the 22nd day of August,
1939, the undersigned sole referee
will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, on the 7tb
day of October, 1939, at 10:00
o'clock a. m., at the south front
door of the court house in the City
of Plattsmouth. Cass County, Ne
braska, the following described real
Lots 1 and 2. Block 8, City
of Plattsmouth. Nebraska.
Abstract extended to include proceed
ings to time of sale will be furnish
ed, and possession of said real estate
given following confirmation of sale;
10 per cent of the amount of the bid
to be paid at the time of sale, ancj
the balance on confirmation.
Dated this 31st day ot August,
J. HOWARD DAVIS,
J. A. CAPWELL.
6'5w . : :
Stella Boedeker, F. A. Boedeker,
first real name unknown; Ger
trude Marburger, Albert C. Mar
burger, Dora Ausmus and Claud
You are each hereby notified
that Ralph N. Opp, plaintiff, haa
commenced an action in the District
Court of Cass County, Nebraska,
against you and Emma Opp, widow,
and others, the object and prayer of
which is to foreclose a mortgage
dated March 16th, 1937," executed by
F. A. Boedeker, executor, on SEVL
of Sec. 17; NW.J of SV',i of Sec.
16, Twp. 10, Range 13. Cass Coun
ty, Nebr., (subject to first mortgage
lien thereon): also south 100 feet of
Lot 1 in SWU of Sec. 18. Twp. 10,
north, Range 13, Cass County,
Neb., to secure a promissory note of
S3. 200. 00 to said plaintiff.
You are required to answer said
petition on or before October 9th,
1939, or the prayer of said petition
will be granted.
You are further notified that in
said petition plaintiff is asking that
John G. Hansen be appointed receiv
er of the above described farm lands
for the reason that the security is
not sufficitnt to pay the first liens
and plaintiff's said lien; plaintiff
proposes as bondsmen for said re
ceiver, Ray Frans and Ralph N.
Opp; and for himself as bondsman,
T. E. Todd and Ray Frans. Hearing
will be had on such application Oc
tober 1G, 1939, at ten o'clock a. m.,
or as soon thereafter as plaintiff can
RALPH N. OPP,
NOTICE OF HEARING
on Petition for Determination
In the County Court of Cass Coun
Estate of Cosie Blanchard, deceas
ed. Estate No. 3418.
The State of Nebraska: To all per
sons interested in said estate, credi
tors and heirs take notice, that Myr
tle A. Blanchard, Geneva J. Tomlin
son and Juanita L. Miller have filed
their petition alleging that Cosie
Blanchard died intestate on or about
April 16, 1927, being a resident and
inhabitant of Wray, Yuma county,
Colorado, and died seized of the fol
lowing described real estate, to-wit:
The north one-half (N) of
the northeast quarter (NE',4)
of Section twenty-eight (28),
Township ten (10), North of
Range nine (9). East of the
6 th P. M., Cass county, Ne
braska leaving as his sole and only heirs at
law the following named persons, to
wit: Myrtle A. Blanchard, wife; Gen
eva J. Tomlinson and Juanita L. Mil
That the interest of the petition
ers in the above described real es
tate is as heirs at law of said de
ceased, and praying for a determina
tion of the time of the death of said
Cosie Blanchard and of his heirs, the
degree of kinship and the right of
descent of the real property belong
ing to the said deceased, in the State
It is ordered that the same stand
for hearing on the 4th day of Aug
ust. 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 Sth day of July, A. D. 1939.
A. II. DUXBURY,
(Seal) jyl0-3w County Judge.
To Rudolph W. Heil. Joy Heil,
Arthur Heil, Norma Heil, Elizabeth
Meisnest, Frank Meisnest, Charles W.
Meisnest, George Meisnest, Etta
Meisnest, administratrix of the Es
tate of John Meisnest, deceased,
Laura Blazer, Fred W. Meisnest,
George Stoehr and Randolph Stoehr
and all persons having or claiming
any interest in Lot 455 in the Vil
lage of Louisville, in Cass County,
Nebraska, real names unknown, de
fendants: You are hereby notified that Gret
chen E. Heil, as plaintiff, has filed
in the District Court of Cass County,
Nebraska, her petition against you .
and others as defendants, praying
for the decree of said court fore
closing a mortgage given by W. II.
Heil (the same as William II. Heil)
and Dora Heil (the same as Dora
Anna Heil) to Lizzie Heil, dated
August 3, 1934, on Lot 455 in the
Village of Louisville, in Cass County,
Nebraska, to secure the payment of
a note of said date to said Lizzie
Heil for $3,500.00, which said mort
gage is recorded in the office ot
Register of Deeds of Cass County,
Nebraska in Book 65 Mortgages, page
661 of the records of Cass Countv.
Nebraska, and which said note and
mortgage were assigned to and are
now owned by plaintiff, and to de
termine the amount due plaintiff to
be the full principal sum of said
mortgage, with interest thereon from
the date thereof at five per cent per
annum to May 12, 1935, and at nine
per cent per annum thereafter, and
to bar the equity of redemption of
all defendants exceDt Home. .Oau
Bank of Louisville, Nebraska, as to
its first mortgage on said real es
tate and for the sale of said mort
gaged premises in the manner pro
vided by law for the satisfaction of
the amount found due plaintiff, and
to bar and exclude the defendants
designated a3 all persons having or
claiming any interest in Lot 455 in
the Village oS Louisville, in Cas3
County, Nebraska, real names un
known, from all interest in said real
estate and to quiet the title thereto
In the present owners.
You may answer said petition in
said court in the City of Plattsmouth
in iass county, Nebraska,
oeiore beptember 25. 1939
GRETCHEN E. HEIL.
Wm. H. Pitzer and
Phono Printing order to No. 6.
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