Wirt Darr LOA 1922p
CASES FILED IN SUPERIOII COURT Will Van Dyke as attor- trustees ney, R. L. Cleveland has filed a petition letters on the estate of Wirt bonds Darr, which is valued at about $500. of Another petition haa been filed in the case by W. D. L. Held act- Ing for Dolly Swanson, a half sister of the deceased. Through Geo. Redwlne, C. W. Jamison has filed a petition on the estate of Ada Thelma Jamison, valued at $1100. Through Thomaa, Thomaa & Mo- Cowen, Chas. Heath Jr. has filed a petition for letters on the estate of Chaa. Heath, valued at $212. Through Frank Taft, Bessie and S. K. Blttenbender have filed a petition for admission to probate of the wll! of the late Robert Pomeroy, whose estate la valued at $14,000. Through Prank Taft, Myrtle Rossini has filed a suit In divorce against Chas. Ros8lni ,alleglng cruelty and failure' to provide. The couple were married at Marysvllle. April 3, 1919. The plaintiff has obtained a restraining order to prevent the defendant from diaposlng of his property. The sum of $50 a month alimony is asked for. Through M. H. Iversen Margaret Driver has filed a suit against Wm. Driver seeking to have herself awarded a half interest in the property and the same declared community property. Through Frank Taft, Elizabeth Huber has applied for letters of administration on the estate of Rasmus Olson, who died in. Marin county recently leaving property in thi.s county valued at $3,000. Through W. D. L. Held, Dolly Swanson has applied for letters of guardianship over the estate of Lena Leger, an incompetent. The latter is the daughter of the late Wirt Darr and is heir to the estate valued at about $500. The petitioner is a half sister of the deceased.'