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%AGE POUR THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN. MONDAY, SEPT. 11, 1.939. l# THE LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Trademark Reglsteren U. s. Patent Office trith which Is consoUdatea the Mason County Enterprise of bcottville, Mich. Published every evening, save Sunday, at The Dally Newi Building, Rath Ave. „-__ .. *_/__.__ B« seexmd clan matter at post office, M 'Court St., Lndington, Mich. Entered LKdlnfton, Mich., under act of March 3, 1897. The Associated Press Is exclusively entitled to the use for repnbllcatlon of all Bews dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the local news published therein. All right for republicatton of special dispatches and local news Items herein are also reserved. py OPEN ARNOLD WRl'I'lLN FOR AND RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION MEMBER OF Associated Press Audit Bureau of Circulation Inland Daily Press Association „,. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION City of Lndltuton: By carrier ISc per week. Paid In advance: $7.50 per year, 5 « r «J IJ i mo ? lhs - BT Mail: In trading territory, paid in advance, $3.00 per JLf Z ;? < LJ?Li l ' [ 1 " onth «i *'-00 '<"• three months; 35c for one month. Outside »hl2i^l^n?^L p ? ld ln advance: W.OO per year; $2.50 for six months; $1.25 for three months; 50c for one month. Canada and foreign, $6.00 per year. SMOKE SCREEN 'NEWS' " - llie public, it is certain, would greatly appreciate hav- "Iftg Germany, Poland, England and France get together on ""their war reports. Never in history have there been so many means of communication, and so little known. Ev<My nation and every avenue of communication • blasts out its own barrage of wishful thinking, which it • hopes will be absorbed as "news." The fact remains, however, that few people are fooled. Everyone is at least vaguely conscious that, insofar as the war in Europe is concerned, something is wrong with the usually efficient news reporting system. We know far, far less about what is actually happening in Europe than we do, for example, about the National league baseball race. We don't mean to imply that the war in Europe is exactly a sports event, but we do wish it were possible to apply the same reporting technique to the war as is always in evidence at sports events. In sports there may be a lot of palaver, but at least there is always the score. A person is privileged to skip the bunk and go directly to the score, knowing that, in those few figures, he will get the picture accurately and instantly. What the war "in Europe completely lacks at the present writing is any semblance of a score. # # # The reason, of course, is obvious. For protective rea- ' sons, every combatant nation has nailed down a strict censorship on what "news" shall be given out regarding the events taking place in that nation. Each day the official censoring staff of that nation issues one or more bulletins known as communiques. They are supposed to be news bulletins, but what they really are, of course, is pep sheets, twisted so as to be most beneficial to the morale of the nation by which they are issued. It is as though the manager of each ball team in the American and National leagues were to issue his own daily "news" bulletin giving his own "boost-our-team" version of each game's outcome. In which case the public, interested chiefly in the score, would be in a fine fix. The reports would make it look as though everyone were winning. - ". That of course is the state of European war news at p^ent;~'And it will continue to be the condition" until the truth finally wiggles through, as the truth usually has a way of doing sooner or later. What the public must realize, and no one knows it more accurately than the newspapers themselves, is that there is no daily score to the war. Hundreds of highly trained reporters are scurrying over the globe. But the sad fact is that their efforts are ^Mocked from the start. In the first place, they are not allowed- to be where they should be, and, in the second place, are not allowed to say what they would say if they CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN MEN WHO have been reared In the outdoors see many things tha a city man misses. Does a bird jump from one twij to another? The city man won' notice, but the country man can tell you that it was a sparrow wit! a droppy left wing. Has a "bug 1 walked across the sand in the trail? The city man won't know but the outdoor man saw th tracks, knew that a horned lizard made them. Are rocks stacked and piled around fantastically as if na ture had gone completely crazy on some prehistoric date ? Surely, bu one fist-sized rock stacked on an other marks a trail or a warning to the rancher, whereas his dude guest won't observe it at all. Young Shot Rogers wasn't meditating on such things as that, but he was instinctively alert now for the slightest untowarS thing. He and his riders moved up Miners arroyo three abreast, horses at a alow walk. Rifles were held in readiness. Shot's keen eyes movec constantly, attentively, right and left and back again. CRACK.' CRACK-CRACK! He had fired * once, then twice more, before his fellows quito realized it. Ready now to shoot again, he gazed intently at a spot off to the right. "Whoa—ho-o-o, boy, hc-o-o!" he murmured soothingly to his horse. "Heads up, men. He's in the rocks yonder, 50 yards or so. It's a Mexican, all right I caught a glimpse of his red shirt. If he shoots or moves again, we'll ride him down." They stared Intently a few seconds. Nothing moved. "Come out of it, hombre!" Shot called loudly. "Manos arriba!" "Shot! ... Mr. Rogers!" The men were dumbfounded. Shot himself became statuesque in color and silence, striving to verify what his ears told him. "W-who is It?" he demanded then, crisply. "Glo-ree, stop shooting at me!" the voice answered, from the rocks. It was a high voice, undeniably a woman's. "I'm Just about scared crazy!" "My lord! My lord!" breathed Shot, still incredulous. "Men, it's— it's—oh, lordy!" Alone he rode out then. His ten followers, amazed, could only watch while he rode to Lorena and bade her come out of hiding. He was almost incoherent in demanding to know If she was hurt, if his bullets had struck her. And she was equally excited in answering him. "M-my hair, Shot! My hair! It went th'nJugBmy h-h-hair, see? It tore off looV" Lorena's brown curls had been combed in the current "piKd up' mode, literally stacked above her forehead in the manner she liked because it gave her added height Over them this morning she had tied a red silken square, peasant fashion, to keep the hair under control. Strong Mr. Shot Rogers was trembling vhen he dismounted Trembling even though his lips were colorless and tight and the knuckles of his hand showed white For a long time he said nothing further. He just stared at Lorena and swallowed, and glanced at his followers, and then looked back al her as She stood before him anc showed him where his bullets had gone. "It—I might have killed you'" he whispered, at last. "All right, Shot? You want us there ?" one of the older men called out to him. He looked at them and shook his head. "No," he called back. "It's just—oh, my god, men, don't never shoot without being sure! Never! Lorena, what in the world—" "I had to come, Shot! There'll be trouble. Men hurt. Death and—suffering. You might be badly wounded! I—I brought some things for first aid. Bandages, sheets I can tear up. And I could—I could— well, I just had to come! I wanted to!" She was crying then, quite beyond the realm of self-control. Her lower lip tucked in slightly. ,n the manner characteristic of her, quivering in her sobs, and her eyes looked at him in that trust- ng, worshipful, but thoroughly Brightened expression he had seen in fawns or a young buck that he had wounded once on' the Tonto •ange. "It's no good," said he, sensibly, 'to cry. You—well, you're here. Mow I say for you to get back in hiding safe somewhere if you won't ;o on back home. I ought to take and send two men with you, I guess. We'd still have nine and—" "No!" "Hunh? You don't know yet vhat you're messing intc out here, Lorena. You are a stranger in this country. And a girl! My lordy, don't you understand? Can't you understand that Luis Escobar is no tory book somebody? Can't you understand that people have been tilled dead? Didn't you see those :offins at Blanco? See the rewards iffered? Didn't you see the Mexi- :ans we had to kill? Why, just his morning we came across the body of another one, all stripped )f its flesh and lying there half- keleton in its own bloody horror, my handkerchief and- ealize that—" •No! Yes! I mean, of course I u-understand all that, Shot! Of course I do! I am grown. I am not s-stupld!" "Then what are you doing out here? You just want to be a nurseT Why, Lorena, men can do—" "No. No, Shot" "Then why?" He was angry with her and h« showed it now. He asked that and grasped her arm in his vehemence, hurting her more than he knew. But she didn't answer. She just shook her head slowly and wiped off her tears. And he saw that same depth in her eyes again and it confused him. "My lordy, Lorena!" he murmured in anger now, turning away. Nor did he speak to her again there. He walked back to his horsemen, leading his own mount, and gravely ordered them to conceal their horses among the shrubs of Miners' arroyo, then scatter about the tops of surrounding hills. If and when the first sign of Escobar's raiders should be seen, the man who spotted it should give a signal. All would come to their horses, save Shot. He would remain an outpost, and signal with his handkerchief when they were to ride out for the attack. They would lead out his own horse and he would take it when they came near him. He ordered one of his men to go back to Lorena and tell her to lay low where she was. Lorena did not question the command. She would have preferred It differently. She thought she might do some active scout service of her own if given the chance. There would be no grave danger if she kept out of range when the thieves did come—if they did. But she contented herself to wait The men moved out from her into the low-lying hills that extended eastward, surrounding and dotting the valley that constitutes this east range of the vast Phantom acreage. Nobody could say, she knew, from just what direction— Ham Schumacher, Deceased. Clay P. Olmstend having filed in said court his petition praying that said court adjudicate and determine who were at the time of his death the legal nclrs of said deceased and entitled to Inherit the real estate of which said deceased died seized, It Is ordered, that the 2nd day of October A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, be and Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition; It Is further ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order for three successive weeks previous to snld day of hearing. In The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. OWEN J. GAVIOAN, , . Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Sept. 11, 18, 25. PETITION TO DETERMINE HEIRS STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said court, held at the probate office. In the City of Ludlngton, in said county, on the 6th day of September A. D. 1939. Present: Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Charles Kollberg also written Charles Collberg Deceased. Charles B. Kollberg having filed In said court his petition praying that snld court adjudicate and determine who were at the time of his death the legal heirs of said deceased and entitled to Inherit the real estate of which said deceased died seized. It Is ordered, that the 2nd day of October A. D. 1939. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, be nnd Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition; It is further ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, In The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. OWEN J. GAVIGAN, Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Sept. 11, 18, J5. Neumann, Deceased. John D. Neumann having filed in said court his petition praying that said court adjudicate and determine who were nt the time of her death the legal heirs of said deceased and entitled to Inherit the real estate of which said deceased died seized, It is ordered, that the 19th day of September A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said probate office, bo and Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition; It Is further ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, fcr three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, In The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. OWEN J. QAVIQAN, Judge of Probate, A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Aug. 28, Sept. 5, 11. FINAL ACCOUNT STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office In the City of Ludlngton. in said County, on the 28th day of August, A. D. 1939. Present: Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Charles G. Wing, Deceased. Order for Publication. The GRAND RAPIDS TRUST COMPANY, as Trustee under the Will of Charles G. Wing, deceased, having filed In said Court Its Final Account as Ruch Trustee and its petition praying for the allowance thereof, for confirmation of the disbursements made to the beneficiaries, for the allowance of its fees nnd for additional time within which '.o complete liquidation. IT IS ORDERED. That the 28th day up just what canyon or passage- of September^ 5'. 1939.' at ten o"ci™i any raiders might come. But out ! ln tne forenoon, at said Probate Office there lay the fattest, most tempt- | fnV^d aiioS ^Tacco^n^L^Z^: .ng cattle. In two hours Escobar's vaqueros could drive off enough to feed a regiment for days; and Lui3 Escobar's growing army, of course, needed food. Lorena had long wearisome hours to think of these things. At noon nothing had happened. By mid-afternoon she was cramped and ineffably bored, and when nightfall was nearing again she realized that nothing was likely to happen, after all. Then It was she looked back with buzzards all around. Don't yoif 'down Miners' arroyo-toward hom«- and saw Jerry Dale coming. (To Be Continued) ', So what evet-y newspaper is printing about the war, while it is the best obtainable, is far from satisfactory news. What we are'' getting out of Europe at present is neces- *«arily a jumble of conflicting reports— the natural result •Of highly conflicting aims of close censorship. The truth swill.be evident only-asjt is read between the lines and as 'trends are develope|fiov;er periods of days and weeks. hi' In view of ts ^t censorships, no one day's news means "very much. It mv$ji$e reported, and it will be reported. .But newspapers aMIradios, we feel, have an obligation to '•point out the difference between real news and the brand of '.Europeans smoke screen "news" to which we are now sub- Jjected. IN THE NEWS 20 YEARS AGO Diamond School School opened Tuesday morri- ( ing, Sept. 5, with Miss Mary Alice Hemmer teacher. Twen- .ty-slx pupils are enrolled. The beginners are Florence TOit- ,aker, Gerald O'Brien and Denny Grlnell. Robert Thompson, Henry Thompson and Guy (Huffman are the high school .students. Mrs. L. N. Smith was pleas- 'antly surprised recently when Mesdames Jay Parsons. Frank Brlst &- 2, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peterson. Miss Grace Clark has returned to Copemish to resume icr duties as teacher there. St. Mary's Lake Clinic Is Held Dr. Lars Switzer and Miss Olive Conely held an infant and pre-school clinic at the William Hogenson home Tuesday, Sept. 5. Eleven children were examined and given toxoid and ..... , vaccinations. Malcuit, Dole Thompson anSffe Present were Mrs. Jerome Wiener and daughter, Beverly Jill; • - w -•- --- - — — -»«••£« W*« t**AM John 1 Rosenow came to help her W#hday an- A nice luncheon as served and a .pleasant aft- of visiting was enjoyed. .John Rosenow and daughters, Florence, Carol and •"— j e an, visited Mr. an d Sunday , Vance Rosenow •noon, Sect. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Oust Malcuit 4 son, Clifford, drove to ;«sfcegon Sunday, Sept. $, and their, daughter and tyrtle, and family. Rosenow Jr. and Plor- Bosenow drove to Cass Tuesday-, Sept. 5, where her duties as - fHftss City electrical In ftdhesday nieht, Sept. on np Orten ag: *truck by iled. and Vir- McDowell Rusenow Sept, 5. Pe Mrs. Albert Nehm and Gordon and Albert Jr.; Howard Wicklund and sons, Mrs. sons, , Jackie and Thomas; Mrs. Eugene Kass and daughter, Joanne; Mrs. Elmer Beard, son, Timothy, and daughter, Jeannette; Mrs. Curtis Griswoid and daughter, Myrtle Lois; Mrs. Floyd Blckford and daughter, Carol; Mrs. Gale Oldt, Mrs, John Johnson and Jackie, Patsy and Joan Hogenson. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. William Hogenson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nehm, Mr. and Mrs. C. Nehm, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nehm and sons attended a golden wedding for Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hansen at Walkerville on Sunday, Sept. 3. Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Bickford were guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Peterson of Rothbury Sunday, Sept. 3. Mrs. A. P. Carr of Detroit returned with them to spend a few weeks Mr. .and Mrs. Billle Hogenson Mrs. S. F. Meers entertained Miss Helen Freeman of Flint for a week. 15 Years Ago Marshall Butters of Detroit enjoyed a 10-day vacation at the home of his mother, Mrs. S. M. Snow. 10 Years Ago Lake Michigan flooded and endangered a number of cottages at Epworth and submerged walks and swimming beaches during a windstorm. 5 Years Ago Bruce Kinney returned to his home at Ludington after spending the summer at Holland. Menus of the Day By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE (Associated Press Staff Writer) Rice Pilau ',3 cup chopped salt pork ',-1 cup chopped onions li cup chopped celery l',i cups rice uncooked 4 cups boiling water 2 tablespoons minced parsley Ib teaspoon salt ',i teaspoon pepper 3 cups tomatoes THE OPEN FORUM Readers arc invited to use this column to express their Ideas upon public questions and topics of general interest. Letters printed under this heading will be understood to represent the opinion of the individual writer rather than that of The News. Letters involving racial or religious controversies or personal attacks will not be accepted. All communications SHOULD NOT EXCKED 200 WORDS and must be signed by the natn- and address of the writer. TOWNSEND PLAN EDITOR, THE NEWS: Wittbecker of Robert F. Scottville asks this "What in the world Townsend Plan?" I wonder if Mr. Wittbecker REPLY EDITOR, THE NEWS: In your issue of Sept. 8 in question, ! the Open Forum Robert F. is this' Wittbecker evidently is trying 1 to criticize the Townsend or- ganizati^-n. He starts out by! . - ing and allowing said account and hearing said petition. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that pub- lie notice thereof be given by publlca- tlon of a copy of this order lor three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing In The Ludlngton Daily News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said County. OWEN J. GAVIOAN, Judge of Probate. A true copy. MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Aug. 29, Sept. 5. 11. PETITION FOR ADMINISTRATION STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of .Mason,... At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office In the City of Ludlngton In said County, on the 20th day of i August A. D. 1939. I Present. Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge i of Probate. 1 In the Matter of the Estate of John IE. Larson. Deceased. I Johanna Larson, having filed her pcti- I tlon, praying that an instrument filed In said Court be admitted to Probate as : the last will and testament of said do! cr.ired and that administration of wild I estate be granted to herself or some j other BUltnblc person. I It Is Ordered. That the 10th day of October A. D. 1939 at ten A. M.. at said Piobatc Office Is hereby appointed lor hearing said petition. It Is Further Ordered. That Public notice thereof ho <;lv?n by publication of a copy hereof for three successive wceki previous to said day of hearing In The LuUlngton Dally News, a newspaper print.tl and circulated in wild County OWEN J. OAVIGAN, Judge of Protiatc. A true copy i MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Sept. 5, 11, 18. NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session ol said Court, held at the Probate Office In the City of Ludlng- ton in the said County, on the 23rd day of August, A. D. 1939. Present. Hon. Owen J. Gavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Andrew Jacobson, Deceased. „ It appearing to the court that the right way to decide any ques- he is not a Townsendite. tlm , c fo . r .P 1 " 0 ! 6 "^"?" ,1 r 9 la i m » against tion. I have read speeches by Evidently the local propagan- f^^SS S ^iWE orators and articles by writers i dists as well as the hosts of ceivc. examine and adjust an claims and condemning the Townsend plan j modern prophets in the county befor"'" 1 ? id 8aln8t t 8ald dec * a8ed by and and their prejudice and ignor- had better submit to the Open it is ordered That creditors of said ance of the plan shows in every! Forum, as Mr. Wittbecker sug- " line of their writings. I gests, some very simple bedtime In a little over a year I will stories suitable for the kinder- have reached my three score garten age. and 10 years but if I were 21 Ii realizes how important his' asking "What in the world is question is, and I would like to i the Townsend Plan?" then pro- implore him, and every other; ceeds to make a number of sar- man and woman of our coun- i castic remarks about the plan, try, to find out just exactly ; but intimates that he is still un- what the answer is. Them certain, and I am at a loss to study and think about it with- j know what he is uncertain out prejudice which is the only j about, for it is easy to see that Cook the pork slowly in a frying pan until it is light brown. Add the onions, celery and rice. Let simmer for five minutes—or until the mixture is light brown. Pour in the water and seasonings. Cover and cook 30 minutes —until the rice is tender. Uncover and blend in the tomatoes Cook slowly until thick. Golden Salad would work harder to see this' Walhalla. plan put across for then I can I see it would do me more good than it possibly can now. And, glory be, some of our young people are realizing that fact. I The Townsend plan will put a 2 percent tax on monetary transactions and this money will come right into our neigh- G. H. YOUNG. LEGAL NOTICES 1 package lemon-flavored gelatin 1 cup boiling water '/: cup pineapple juice J ,i cup orange juice 1 cup grated raw carrots ','2 cup cubed oranges Va cup diced celery teaspoon salt Dissolve the gelatin in the water. Cool and add remaining ingredients. Let chill in a mold. Serve on lettuce with dressing. Freesoil Paul Barrett of Lansing, son- in-law of Rupert Stephens of Scottville, was a Freesoif visitor Friday. The Freesoil Woman's Christian Temperance Union will meet Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 12, with Mrs. Harvey Lydic. J. Bennett received a borhood to be spent with our merchants, farmers and professional men which cannot be said of any other federal tax. The Townsend plan is nonsectarian, non-political, nonracial, and I believe a "darn good thing." WILLIAM H. BRUNKE. Fountain. car load of fox feed Friday. Frank Soltes and Al Kowalcik of Chicago were recent visitors here. Eileen Hunt the home of Frank Owen of Fountain Friday. Mrs. Myron -Nash has been visiting at the home of her father, Cecil Miller, of Meade. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bennett of Manistee visited relatives here Thursday evening. Darwin Nelson of Scottville, who is commercial instructor in the Freesoil school this year visited Freesoil Friday. Mr. Shaw of Freesoil and Camp Stronach went to Detroit Friday, to return today with camp enrollees who have been on a vacation there. was a guest at Mr. and Mrs. PETITION TO DETERMINE HEIRS STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said court, hold at the probate office, In the City of Ludlngton, In said county, on the llth day of September A. D. 19.19. Present: Hon. Owen J. Gavtgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of John B. March Jr., Deceased. Clay P. Olmstead having filed In said court his petition praying that said court adjudicate and determine who were at the time of his death the legal heirs of said deceased and entitled to Inherit the real estate of which said deceased died seized, It IB ordered, That the 3rd day of October A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, be and is hereby appointed for hearing said petition; It 1» further ordered, that public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. In The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. OWEN J. GAVIGrAN, Judge of Probate. A true copy: OWEN J. OAVIQAN, Judge of Probate. Sept. 11, 18, 25. deceased are required to present their claims to said court at said Probate Office on or before the 28th day of December A D. 1939, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, siild time and place being hereby appointed for the examination and adjustment of all claims and demands aealnst said deceased. It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. OWEN J. OAVIOAN. Judge of Probate, A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Aug. 28, Sept. 5. 11. PETITION TO DETERMINE HEIRS STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said court, held at the probate office, in the City of Ludlngton, In said county, on the 8th day of September A. D. 1939. Present: Hon. Owen J, Qavlgan, Judge of Probate. ' In the Matter of the Estate of Wll- ANNUAL ACCOUNT STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office in the City of Ludlngton in said County, on the 25th day of August A. D. 1939. Present, Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of John Magnunson, deceased. A. R. Vestllng having filed In Bald court his annual account as Trustee of said estate, and his petition praying for the allowance thereof, It Is Ordered, That the 25th day of September A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said Probate Office, be and Is hereby appointed for examining and allowing said account; It IH Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, In The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. OWEN J. OAVIQAN, Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Aug. 28, Sept. 5, 11. PETITION TO DETERMINE HEIRS STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County or Mason. At a session of said court, held at the probate office, in the City of Ludlngton, in said county, on the 22nd day ol August A, D. 1939. Present; Hon. Owen J, Oavlgan, Judge of Probate, l; In the Matter of the Estnte of Metta PETITION TO DETERMINE HEIRS STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said court, held at the probate office, In the City of Ludlngton, In said county, on the 29th day of August A. D. 1939. Present: Hon. Owen J. Qavlgan, Judge ol Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Elizabeth A. Gallic also written Elisabeth N. Gnllle. Deceased. Clay F. Dims tend having filed in said court his petition praying that said court adjudicate and determine who wero at the time of her death the legal heirs of said deceased and entitled to Inherit the real estate of which said deceased died seized. It Is Ordered, That the 26th day of September A. D. 1939. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, be and Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition; It Is Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of n copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. OWEN J. GAVIGAN. Judge of Probate. A tme copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Aug. 30. Sept. 5. 11. PETITION TO ShLL REAL ESTATE STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said Court, held nt the Probate Olllce In the City of LudliiRton in said County, on the 25th day of August A. D. 1939. Present: Hon. Owen J. Gavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Mary M. Mattls. deceased. Rudolph C. Kraft having filed In said court his petition, praying for license to sell the Interest of said estate In certain real estate therein described. It Is Ordered. That the 25th day of September A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, be and Is hereby appointed for hearing said petition, and that all persons Interested in said estate appear before sold court, at said time and place, to show cause why a license to sell the interest of said estate In said real estate should not be grunted; It Is Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this ordi'r, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. In The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. OWEN J. GAVIGAN. Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON. Resistor of Probate. AUK. 28. Sept. 5. 11. STATE Of MICHIGAN I In the Circuit Court for the County , of Mason In Chancery. ' Marie Moore. Plaintiff, vs. Wllllnm Lnwrtfnc? and Newbury Gordon, and/or their unknown heirs, dcviseed, legatees or assignees. Defendants. In this Cause It appearing that Wll- llnm Lawrence and Newbury Gordon, and/or their unknown heirs, devisee*, legatees or assignees, arc necessary and proper pnr'.lcs to the above entitled Cause, and the Attorney for Plaintiff having made and filed his affidavit showing the whereabouts and residence of William Lawrence and Newbury Gordon, and/or their unknown heirs, devisees, legatees or assignees, are unknown to Mild affiant. On Motion of Clay F. Olmstead 8r, Attorney for Plalntllf: H Is ordered that the appearance of the defendants herein be entered In this Cause within three months from the date of this Order and that In case of the appearance of them, they respectively cause their answer to be served on the plaintiff's Attorney within fifteen days after the service on them or their respective Attorney of a copy of Hfild Bill and notice of this Order and that In default thereof, said Bill will be taken as confessed by them. And It Is further ordered that within twenty days after the date of this Order said plaintiff cause copy to be published In The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed, published and clr- i dilating In said County of Mason and < that snld publication be continued once In each week therein for at least six successive weeks or that she cause a copy of this Order to be personally niTved upon the defendants at least twenty days before the time above prescribed for their appearance. Description of land In Bill of Complaint: Commencing at a point 553 feet West of the Quarter Post on the East side of Section 13, Town 18 North, Range 17 West, running thence West 60 feet, thence South 273 feet, thence East 60 feet, thence North 273 feet, to place of beginning, and also known as Lot 24 of Block 2, City Asst'Ssor'K Western Addition to City of Scottville, except therefrom the West 6 feet of said Lot 24 heretofore conveyed to Norman V. McPherson and wife, Nora C. McPherson. by deed dated January 5, 1928, and recorded In Liber 89 of Deeds, Page 426. Dated at Ludlngton, Michigan, this 21st day of August, A. D. 1939. ' PETER R. VON SPRECKEN, Circuit Court Com'r. CLAY F. OLMSTEAD SR., Attorney for Plaintiff, Business Address: Ludlngton, Michigan. Aug. 23, 28. Sept. 5, 11, 18, 25. PETITION TO APPOINT COMMISSIONER STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office In the City of Ludlngton In said County, on the 1st day of Sept. A. D. 1939. Present, Hon, Owen J. Gavtgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of William Beard, Deceased. Donald O. Beard and Caroline Beard Anderson having filed in «ald court their petition praying that commissioners be appointed to make partition of the real estate in said petition described, It IB Ordered, That the 27th day of September A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at uaid probate office, be and Is hereby appointed for hearing Bald petition; It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order for throe successive weeks previous to aald day of hearing, In The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated in said county. OWEN J. OAVIGAN, Judge of Probate. MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Sept. 5, 11, 18. of Probate. / In the Matter of.the Estate of John Osmaloskl, Deceased.., Blanche Osmaloskl Ryan having filed in said Court her final administration account, and her petition praying for the allowance thereof and for the assignment and distribution of the residue of aatd estate It Is Ordered, That the 26th day of September A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock in the forenoon, at said Probate Office be and IB hereby appointed for examining and allowing said account and hearing said petition; It IH Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weoKh prevloiiH to said day of hearing In The Ludlngton Dally News, a 'newspaper printed and circulated In nald County. OWEN J. OAVIGAN . . Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Sept. 5, 11, 18. Ludington State Ban* (Trust Department) 4 NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office In the City of Lud- lngton In the said County, on the 22nd day of August, A. D. 1939. Present, Hon. Owen J. Qavlgan, Judna of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Walter H. Glllcsple, Deceased. It appearing to the court that the time for presentation of claims against said estate should be limited, and that a time and place be appointed to receive examine and adjust all claims and demands nglnst said deceased by and before sold court: It Is Ordered. That creditors of Bald deceased are required to present their claims to said court at said Probate Office on or before the 28th day of De- comber A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, said time and place being hereby appointed for the examination and adjustment of all claims and demands against said deceased. It Is Further Ordered. That public notice -thcn-of be Riven by publication of ft copy of this order for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. In The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. OWEN J. OAVIGAN, Judge of Probat*. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Probate Register. Aug. 28, Sept. 5, 11. FINAL ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNT STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of »nld Court, held at the Probate Office In the City of Ludlngton In said County, on the 1st day of September A. D. 1939. Present. Hon. Owen J. Gavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Wescott H. Read. Deceased. Ludington State Bank having filed In said Court Its final administration account, and Its petition praying for the allowance thereof and for the assignment and distribution of the residue of said estate. It IB Ordered. That the 28th day of September A. D. 1939. at ten o'clock In the forenoon, at said Probate Office, be and IB hereby appointed for examining and allowing said account and hearing aal<1 petition: It IR Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three r,uc- cesslve weeks previous to sold day of ttcnrlng, In The Ludtngton Dally New*, n newspaper printed and circulated In said County. OWEN J. GAVIOAN, , Judge of Probftte.Jt A true copy: * MYRTLE MATSON. Register of Probate. Sept. 5. II. 18. FIKAL ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNT STATE OF MJCHK5AN, The Probate Court tor the County of Mason, .At a session of said Court, held at the Pr&Bate Office in the City of Ludlngton in Bald County, on the 1st day pf $jp- twnfiw A. D. 1039. . _ . . ;, Preflent, Hon, Owen J. aavlffun, Judge FINAL ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNT STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At n session of said Court, held at th» Probate Office In the City of Ludlng- ton In the said County, on the 31st day of October. A. D. 1939. Present, Hon. Owen J. Qavlgan. Judge cit Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Catherine Shook. Deceased. It appearing to the court that the time for presentation of claims against snld estate should be limited, and that a time and place be appointed to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands against said deceased by and brfor- said court: It Is Ordered. That creditors of said c'cceascd are required to present their claims to said court at said Probate Office on or before" the 4th day of January A. D. 1940, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, snld time and place being hereby appointed for the examination »nd adjustment of all claims and demands against said deceased. It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of n copy of this order for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, in The Ludlngton Dally New*, a newspaper printed and circulated In enicl county. ' OWEN J. GAVIGAN. Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, RealstPr of Probate. Sept. S, 11, 18. FINAL ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNT STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office In the City of Lud- lngton In said County, on the 5th day of September A. D. 1939. Present, Hon. Owen J. Gavlgan. Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of May, Francis, Christina and Gladys Chadwick, Minors. Ludlngton State Bank having filed In said court a final account as adminls-- trator w.w.a. of the estate of Charles G.^ Franz, former guardian of said estate, nnd ht« petition praying for the allowance thereof, i- is Ordered. That the 2nd day of October A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock In the Ion-noon, at said Probate Office, be nnd Is hereby appointed for examining and allowing said account; It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for throe successive weeks previous to said day of hearing. In Thq Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. OWEN J. GAVIGAN, Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Sept. 11, 18, 25. PETITION TO AIPOINT GUARDIAN STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said court, held at the probnte office, In the City of Ludlngton, in said county, on the 28th day of August A. D. 1939. Present: Hon. Owen J. Qavlgan, Judge of Probate. ' . In the Matter, of the Estate of Ida Bella,'men, inc., * •'.„.,. John A. Dunlap having filed In said court his petition praying that th« : Ludlngton Stato Bank be appointed guardian of the estate of said mentally Incompetent person, • It Is Ordered, That thfi 19th day of September A. D. 1939, at ton o'clock In the forenoon, at said probate office, be and IB hereby appointed for hearing said . petition; It Is Further Ordered, That public notice thereof bo given by publication of a copy of this order, for three successive weeks previous to said day of hearing, In The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. . , '., . ..OWEN J. OAVIGAN, , ,).;. '. ."',•••'.. Judge of Probate. A true copy! ••., ., ••',.• m • MYRTLE MATSOJf, , ,%: Reglutnr of Probate. w . • Aug. 29. 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