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'JttftUihetf «mjr mnlnt. MTC Sunday, at the Dally News Building, Bath Ate. Sty Ltidlniton, Mich. Entered *• second dbuw matter at poit office, «, Mich., under act of March a, 1897. AMOcUted Frew Is eiclnrirely entitled to the nie for repnbUcatlon of all Vjl dispatches credited to It or not otherwise credited In this paper and also the new* published therein. All right for repnbllcatlon of special dispatches and news Items herein are also reseived. * ' l , r?\y * r" *" f * l 'Si,* «* t « * THE DAILY NEWS—LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN ,MONDAY, OCT. 23, 1939. THE LUDINGTON DAILY NEWS Trademark Registered V. B. Patent Office with which is consolidated the Mason County Enterprise of ScottvHle, Mich. MEMBER OF Associated Press Audit Bureau of Circulation Inland Daily Press Association If paper is not received by 6:30 p. m., telephone 4321 and prompt delivery will be made by messenger „._ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION », -51* 3 ' of tndlnrton: By carrier I5c per week. Paid In advance: |7.50 per year, 13.75 for six months. By Mall: In trading territory, paid In advance, 13.00 per year: fZ.OO for six months; $1.00 for three months; 35c for one month. Outside tAMUnt territory paid In advance: $4.00 per year; $2.50 for six months; 11.25 for three months; Me for one month. Canada and foreign, $6.00 per year. NO SPECIAL LICENSE PLATES We..are in receipt of a form letter this morning from Harry F. Kelly, secretary of state, saying that he really meant What he said when he made the announcement some time ago that tjhis next year there would be no low-number or other special license plates of any kind in Michigan. Well, we never questioned him in the first place. Mr. Kelly must have what is commonly known as a politician's conscience. In other words, he seems to feel quite keenly that the public doesn't always believe everything it hears in the way of promises. He seeni.s to know that the public in Michigan has heard quite frequently about "no more trick license plates," only to see a bigger flood of them the following year than ever belore. The Inte Secretary of State Leon Case, for example, before his ejection thought they were "ridiculous and undemocratic." After his election we had more kinds of special licenses, including one series dedicated to his initials, almost than ever before. The temptation is great to use them for political preferment and publicity. Today's letter from. Mr. Kelly indicates this clearly. He stresses again and again that he really means what he says. In fact> he pleads with the seekers of special privilege to lay off of him. "If all those persons who are asking me for special rulings that would enable them to retain their old license numbers, or to obtain new ones specially designed for tl\em, understood the reasons for the adoption of the uniform system, I am sure they would withdraw their requests," he explained. "First of all it should be understood that the uniform numbering system saves the taxpayers of Michigan no less than $40,000 a year ... An equally important reason is that uniform plates greatly assist law enforcement officers in patrolling the highways, guarding the public against reckless drivers or criminals who use motor cars as a means of escaped "I have found that the average citizen, no matter how much personal satisfaction he may derive from the display of a specially-numbered plate on his car, will gladly forego personal considerations once he knows these reasons. Those who do not or will not, I fear, think more of personal vanity than they do of the general good of the state." Let Mr. Kelly have no.further fears* If the new uniform plan will save $40,000 a year and be a better system at that, both .be ami it trill be greatly approved. After all, the number of persons who hold special license plates is a mere handful. It really makes little difference what they thinkrof the nc *• plan. If it is a really sound plan, it will be ^ el ^" e(i - A "".y af us whose claim to fame rests on a low license plate number need a shake-up anyway. It is a pitiful state of mind when a person feels he has to have a special license number in order properly to maintain his standing in the community. Under the new plan each plate will be similar, consisting of two letters and four numerals, the numbers to be separated uniformly in brackets of two, the letters to occupy n similar position on the plate. For example: MA-10-10. All branch offices, he says, will be instructed to issue the 1940 plates just as they come. At any rate, we are still all for the plan, if true. We will take our plate just as it is handed us, without even looking. We have been waiting quietly for years for that simplified license plate system, Mr. Kelly, and, if it is about to coaie at last, more power to the fighting Irish. woods. Experts, viewing these prints, can derive considerable information that will be useful in future fire prevention work. The conservation department decided to equip itself with camera facilities equal to this new need, following efforts to obtain aerial records with ordinary commercial equipment. These earlier attempts proved not worth flying a plane to a fire-swept scene, but with the new setup a good-sized stack of prints were made, each a valua- 'Aerial Photographers Take Pictures of Terrain to Help 'Plot Battle XANSJ3N1O,—Wartime airplane >• photographers whose pictures of ble part of the official record B*M rr t**f ****** 4- tnwwntM *«**•••*•. ,.* — I •! ' . - . WRITTEN FOR AND RELEASED BY CENTRAL PRESS ASSOCIATION BTKOPSI3 Guests at Hill Houee, a Mew England summer resort, are amaied when Dr. jpaul Rutherford tells them his irother ihas been, poisoned by a small drink of whtokey he thinks waa intended for him. Among them are Sally Gordon, •pending her first vacation there: her clow frlenda, Rhoda and her fiance, Duncan; Dr. Paul's sister, Pauline; Coral Boston, Bruce Orion, Joseph Barry and Dr. Neal Peake and Josie Peake, children of Mrs. Peake, tfie proprietor. Not long after Josie dis- covera that someone haa ransacked her foom, she confides to Sally that she is Worried and tells her all about the Bplto fence." erected near Hill House br Miss Ivy Newcomb, estranged sister of Mrsf Peake. Josie Is Irlendly •with Alan Murray, who lives at Miss Ivy's, and that infuriates her brother, Neal. Ho likes C'oral Baston. for whom Josie has no use. A dense fog settles around Hill House as some of the guests discuss the poisoning of Mrs. Rutherford. When no one can find Mrs. Peake, several start looking for her. Suddenly the Peake'a dog givea a piercing howL CHAPTER FIFTEEN WE STOOD as though paralyzed by the sound of Tinker's wild outcry. I could plainly hear his strong nails tearing at the fencing of his run as he strove futilly to free himself. Neal started off on a run. "You wait here, I'll see what the trouble is," h-i threw back over his shoulder as he vanished in the fog. What could have happened to so upset the dog? He had been quiet enough before. I hadn't heard him bark once since I came to Hill House. Then—sharp and distinct rose a woman's scream. A scream which rose higher and higher, only to change and die aw'ay in a {gurgling moan. The sound of that scream seemed to release us from an awful spell. Wildly we ran, each of us in a different direction, each toward the sound where we believed it to be. My ears have always been keen to detect the location of a sound, even if I haven't any sense of driving direction. I was absolutely sure that the scream came from the back of the house in the direction of the spite fence, I started in that direction, then paused to note that the others had dashed across the terrace toward the front of the house. I called once, but they did not heed my c»y. So I started running toward the rose arbor, caught my foot in a trailing vine of some sort and pitched headlong to the ground. My breath was almost knocked out of me by that, but I scrambled to my feet and dashed on. Plump into a figure running in my direction, I bumped. Before I could get breath enough to speak, I was hurled rudely aside, falling to the ground again, in a sitting posture this time. I gaped after the running figure. It was only for an instant that I saw it; then it merged into the fog. Of one thing I was sure. It was not Miss Ivy's long lanky form. Neither did it wear skirts. But I couldn't swear it was a man. Everyone of ua women was in slacks tonight I picked myself up gingerly and proceeded on my way. I was shaken and bruised by the two falls, and I was determined not to fall again. Why didn't the running figure pause when I fell? Could it be the prowler who, we knew, had run away once before ? Or had some terrible crime been committed and the firure WHS «*>.«>- ing In guilty haste? I stumbled wearily on. I couldn't see a yard ahead of me. Every time a shrub or bush loomed ahead I veered to one side until I could be sure it was not a human being. I was getting a bad case of the jitters. I wished now that I hadn't started out on my own; wished that I had stuck with the others. Maybe they were right and I was wrong. Maybe the running figure was on the same errand I was, and I had frightened him as much as he had me. Ahead of me I indistinctly saw another moving figure. "Who's there?" I called. The figure stopped, then started toward me, and that scared me worse than ever. "It's I, Bruce Orton," came through the fog. And was I glad to hear his voice! He stopped as he came to me, and I told him in a shaky voice who I was. "Did you hear that awful scream?" I demanded. My nerves were quieting down, now that I was with someone I knew. "Did I hear it!" he retorted. "It will ring in my ears forever. That's why I'm out. Trying to locate it. Whoever made that noise was in desperate trouble, that's sure. Why are you out here alone?" There was a commanding note as well as a tinge of suspicion in his voice. We were yelling at each other like a couple of red Indians trying out a new war whoop, for Tinker was still spasmodically barking. I didn't mind his bark so much, but every time one of his long howls pieced the air I shuddered. If he should succeed in breaking from his pen, would he recognize me? Or would he attack me? It wasn't a pleasant thought. I told Orton who I was with, and where, when the scream sounded. Also of their tearing around to the other side of the house. "I'm sure it came from this direction," I concluded. "I am, too. Shall we go on together?" I was only too glad to agree to that, and we moved onward again, down the line of shrubbery by the last cottage. There we saw other moving figures and called to them. Neal's voice answered. "We haven't found a thing. Have you?" "No. Bruce Orton is here with me." We were moving toward them as we spoke. "I'll have to quiet that dog," Neal said. "He'll tear the run down at the rate he's going." He started to move away just as a snifHing sound made me look at Josie. "Sally," she cried, as I stepped to her side, "I'm afraid, I'm afraid!" At her words Neal stopped and came back. "I'm not," he declared stoutly, but from the quaver in his voice I was sure he was only trying to reassure his sister. "That scream," she whispered. "I know. We've got to find out who it was, but I won't believe it was mother until I have to. There are a dozen places she can be. Over at—" "Over at Miss Ivy's, I suppose," cried Josie hysterically. "And they're looking for HER over here. Neal, I'm afraid something awful has happened to her as it did to M—" I pinched her arm viciously. She took the hint, or cinch, like a thor- pital building fund. Mrs. Mabel Standish has a new roof of galvanized.roof ing on her house. A modern home is being built on the Krause farm. Mr. and Mrs. John Hemmer attended the chicken dinner sponsored by the Sacred Heart parish of Victory Sunday, Oct. 15 Mrs. Peter Jankoviak called Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 10, on Mrs. Walter Kietzmann who is ill. Sunday afternoon callers at the Peter Jankoviak home were Mrs. Henry Osesek and daughter, Josephine, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Budzynski of Fountain, August Wios- kowski, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bachinski and sons, Joe Jr. and Laverne of Manistee. Lucille, Florence, Ed and Aloizy Budzynski of Northeast Fountain visited Monday evening at the Peter Jankoviak home. George Jankoviak of Fountain visited Tuesday afternoon at the home of his brother, Peter Jankoviak. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF FORFEITURE TO: Fremont Hulbert and Catherine (sometimes spelled Katherlnc) bert, his wife. Hul- oughbred, and with scarcely »~ pause went on: "Mother would never atay away like this. If she's anywhere around she heard that scream just as we did, and she'd come home as fast as possible. You know I'm right." "I've got to quiet that dog," Neal said hurriedly. This time he disappeared in the fog. "Did you look in the empty cottages when you and Neal wer« out?" I asked Dune. "No, we didn't. Just Coral's and the one Orton and Barry are in." "Then that's where she is, of course," I cried. "There are three empty, aren't there?" I turned to Josie. "Yes, but she wouldn't stay there after that scream. She would come to the house." "And not find anyone and start searching for us as we're looking for her," I snapped. "Josie, you and Rhoda go on back to the house. She may be there, or you may meet her. Duncan, you come with me. Across my mind had flashed a memory of that three-foot-wide walk this side of the spite fence, behind the shrubbery. As far as I knew it had not been searched. It must be, and I most certainly didn't intend Josie to be in the party. I don't know whether Josie's hysterical fear had infected me or not, but I was convinced in my own mind that something was terribly wrong. As they started off I heard Neal speaking to someone. I listened and heard Dr. Paul's voice. As they i loomed through the fog, I said hurriedly to Orton: "Get Neal over to your cottage on some excuse or other. I've thought of a place to look, and I don't want Neal with me, in case—" My voice trailed off into silence, but he understood. AJS Neal and Dr. Paul joined us, Orton said: "Neal, your mother said she'd drop around to the cottage some time this evening to plan room for those cousins of mine I mentioned to you. Do you suppose she can be there now?" "We'll go see." Neal was eager i anc * after uie service of thTs notice"'you to snatch at any suggestion, how- *L 1U be J la V le .£ or doubl f, damage which OI/OT- far- f«f«v, j T »if ilii n t thc undersigned may suffer by reason of ever far-fetched. I though Dr. Paul ' their continued possession of kid prcm- gave them a sharp look as they '' " " ~ started off together. "I have an idea," he said slowly, turning to Dune. "And so have we," I retorted. "We're to meet Josie and Rhoda at the house a little later. We'll see you then." I tugged at Duncan's arm as I spoke. Obediently he moved away at my side, leaving Dr. Paul looking after us. Back to the shrubbery I led the way and along it toward the front of the house, peering intently into the dripping mass. I was searching for a way through to the open space beyond, but found none until I came to the rose arbor. There the way was clear and we stepped through onto the grassed walk. The spite fence towered high above us. It gave me a crinkly feeling down my spine, but I persevered. "You go that way, Dune. I'll go this. If you find anything, whistle, and I'll do fhe same." "Okay." Dune's voice was grave. I knew he shared my apprehensions. I started toward the back of tile NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATE OF MICHIGAN, ' The Probate Court for the County:-of> Mason. -to At a session of said Court held at thw Probate Office In the City of' Ludlngton In the said County, on the 16th day of October, A. D. 1930. Present, Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter ot the Estate of Carrie R. Peck, 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 against said deceased by and before said court: It Is Ordered, That creditors of said 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, 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 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. QAVIQAN, Judge of Probatn A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Oct. 23, 30, Nov. 6. FINAL ADMINISTK.illON 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 14th day of September A. D. 1939. Present, Hon. Owen J. Qavlgan. Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Loellla Manchester, deceased. J. H. Ellnsohn having filed In said court his final account as administrator of said estate, and his petition praying for the allowance thereof. It Is Ordered, That the 9th day of November A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock In YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that a certain land contract bearing date the 19th day of May, 1923, by and between William J. Hall and wife, Mary A. Hall, as first parties, and Fremont Hulbert and wift, Catherine Hulbert, as second parties, recorded In Liber 7 of Miscellaneous Records. Page 497, In --- -- -- — the office of the Register of Deeds for I tne forenoon, at said Probate Office, be Mason County, Michigan, which con- | and Is^hereby appointed for examining tract was assigned and the premises described therein were conveyed by warranty deed dated July 18. 1925. running from said flrsi parties to John W. Loppenthlen and Emmavandrei Loppen- tlifin. his wife. \va;ch deed appears of record in the office of the Register of and allowing said account: and that the administration of said estate be granted to Peter VonSprecken, public administrator. It Is Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three succes- be continued therein at least once in each week for six weeks In succession, prjthfct he cause a ,tni« copy of thla order? to be served on 'said defendant* either personally, or by registered mall with return receipt, at least twenty days before the time above prescribed for her appearance. Dated at Ludlngton, Michigan, this 14th day of September. A. D. 1939 PETER R. VON BPRECKEN. Circuit Court Commissioner In and for Mason County, MIchlRan. EUGENE CHRISTMAN, «»<.nigau. Attorney for Plaintiff, Business Address: Ludlngton, Michigan. STATE OF MICHIGAN ) )ss. County of Mason ) I, Peter R. VonSprecken, Circuit Court Commissioner In and for Mason County, Michigan, do hereby certify that the foregoing Is a true and correct copy of an order for appearance on this date filed In the above entitled cause. Dated: September 14, 1939. PETER R. VON SPRECKEN, Circuit Court Commissioner. (SEAL) Oct. 9, 16, 23, 30, Nov. 6, 13. De.ds aXoresalu in Liber 89 of Deeds, | slve weeks previous to snld day of hear- „„„.„.._. „, „.„ „.„.... „. „„_.. page 310, said John W. Loppentheln I ln B- '" The Ludlngton Dally News, a i County. Michigan, will, at the north having departed this life on October 16. 'newspaper printed and . circulated In front donr nf ths rrmrthmmo hmiiriino NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE Default having been made In the conditions of a certain mortgage made by Robert Petersen and Elizabeth Petersen, his wife, who took title as Robert Peterson and Elizabeth Peterson, his wife, mortgagors, to Ludlngton State Bank, mortgagee, dated October 20th, 1925, and recorded In the office of the register of deeds for the county of Mason. State of Michigan, on October 23rd, 1925. In Liber 59 of Mortgages on page 95. which said mortgage was thereafter on June 27, 1935 assigned by said Ludlng- ton State Bank, mortgagee, to Trustees of the Segregated Assets of the Ludlng- ton State Bank, as assignees, said assignment having been recorded on October 4, 1939 In the office of the register of deeds of the county of Mason, State of Michigan In Liber 64 of Mortgages on page 161, on which mortgage there Is claimed to be due at the date of this notice, for principal and Interest, taxes and Insurance premiums paid by sold assignee of said mortgage, One Thousand Forty-one and 49-100 ($1,041.49) Dollars, and stotuory attorney fee. and no suit or proceedings at law having been Instituted to recover the moneys secured by said mortgage, or any part thereof: Notice Is hereby given, that by virtue of the power of sale contained In said mortgage, and the statute In such case made and provided, on Wednesday, the tenth (10th) day of January, A. D. 1940, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, the undersigned, by the sheriff of Mason 1936. leaving him surviving his said wife, "aid county. Emmavandrel Loppontheln. Is In de- fuult by reason of the non-payment of the Instalments of principal and In- A true copy: OWEN J. OAVIOAN. Judge of Probate. UTest due thereuntil r. and by reason of the non-payment of taxes assessed against said premises which have been paid by said first parties and their successors and assignees; You are hereby further notified that the said Emmavandrel Loppentheln elects to declare and does hereby declare said land contract forfeited; and you are hereby further notified that you are to yield, surrender and deliver up possession of the premises In said land contract mentioned and of which you are now In possession under and by virtue of the terms thereof. You are further notified that from MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Oct. 17. 23. 30. 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 Ludlngton In said County, on the 3rd day of October A. D. 1939. Present. Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Dorctta Meier, Deceased. Bernard Ostendorf having filed In | said Court his final administration nc- ! count, and his petition praying for the i front door of the courthouse building In thc City of Ludlngton, Michigan, that being the place where the Circuit Court for the County of Mason Is held, sell at public auction to the highest bidder the following premises described In said mortgage, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount so as aforesaid due on said mortgage, with seven percent Interest, and nil legal costs, together with said attorney fee, to-wlt: Thc North Twenty (20) Feet. Five (5) Inches of thc South Forty (40) feet ten (10) Inches of thc North Eighty-four (84) feet of Lots Six (8) and Seven (7) in Block Thirty-five (35) of the original plat of th? Village now City of Ludlngton. County of Mason, State of Michigan. O. C. ZOOK, FRANK WARDEN and E. J. THOMPSON. Ises In accordance with Section" 14986 of the Compiled Laws of the State of Michigan for 1929. Said premises are described In said land contract as follows viz.. Lot Two (2) of Block Thirteen (13) of Manufacturer's Addition to thc City of Ludlng- ton. according to the recordoed plat thereof. Mason County. Michigan. Dated, Octo-oei a. 1939. EMMAVANDREI LOPPENTHEIN. Oct. 23. 30. Nov. 6. PETITION TO SELL REAL ESTATE. STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for thc County of Mason. At a session of said Court, held at the Probate Office In the City of Ludlngton I In said County, on the 20th day of October. A. D. 193!.. Present. Hon. Owen J. Gavlgan. Judge ol t-robate. . . In the Matter of the Estate of John A. Wcn7,el. deceased. William F. Mason having filed In said Court his petition, praying for llccnso to tell thc interest of said tbtate In certain real estate i.iereln described. allowance thereof and for the assign- Trustees of the Segregated AsscU ot the Ludlngtcm State Bank. mrnt and distribution of the residue of Assignees of said mortgage, wild estate PETER R. VON SPRECKEN. It Is Ordered. That the 31st day of ' Attorney for Assignees. October A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock In the i Ludlngton. Mich. forenoon, at snld Probate Office, be and I Oct. 9, 18. 23. 30, Nov. 8, 1J. 20. 27. is hereby appointed for examining and | Dec. 4, 11. 18. 26. allowing raid account and hearing nald petition; It Is Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order, for three ..uc- cc&stve weeks previous to said day of hearing. In The Ludlngton Dally News. . a newspaper printed and circulated In I wild County. OWEN J. OAVIOAN. Judge of Probate. A true copy. MYRTt.E MATSON. Regl-t'.er of Proo,<te. Oct. 9. 11. 7J. ADMINISTRATION ACCOUNT STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of Raid Court, held at the Probate Office In the City of Ludlng- I ton In said Ciunty, on th; October A. D. 1939. 4th day of o , George It is Ordered. That the 20th day of j p££.' n t7Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan. Judgo November A. D. 1939, at ten o clock In ' n t p rn batp the forenoon at said Probate Office: be , ° In the Matter of the I and Is hereby appointed for hearing i o NcRIl Deceased jsald petition, and that all persons Inter- ' ' uece » sea BHted In said estate appear before said Court, at said time and place, to »how cause why a license to sell thc Interest of eald estate In said real (state r.houlcl not be granted; It Is Further Ordered, That public Hulda Mavis having filed In said Court her final administration account, nnd her p -tltlon praying for the allowance thereof and for the assignment And distribution of the residue of said cKtntc It Is Ordered. That the 31»t day of STATE OF MICHIGAN The Circuit Court for the County of Muon In Chancery Mason County Hcmpltal Association. a Michigan corporation organized and existing under the laws of the StaUi of Michigan, and Esther E. Bahlmnrk. Tru»t«e, Plaintiffs. . Richard Brye and Kittle Brye. his wlf*. and Frank Brye, Defendant*. NOTICE OF SALE In, pursuance of an amended decre« of the Circuit Court for the County of Mason mode and entered on the 20th day of September. A. D. 1939, In tho above entitled cause. I. the subscriber. sheriff of the County of Maflon. shall srll at public auction or vendue to tha highest bidder at the north front door of the courthouse In the City of Lnrt- Ington In said County of Mason. State of MIchlRan. on rlRhth dav of No- SlrouT^S'o^wa^ ^^^^l^n by^b.ic^ j o^VtfvK^SZSZd Suddenly ahead of me I saw a moving light (To Be Continued) Menus of the Day October A. D. 1. at ten o'coc In te of a copy of this order, for three sue- forenoon, at said Probate Offlc». be and C H ( ^^^ k ^^ C r 0 ^^^ d ,.. d t y ° f '^ hereby appointed for examining and hearing. a newspaper said County. Muskegon, Detroit, Battle Creek 1 the first issue to appear in the A true copy: OWEN J. OAVIOAN. Judge of Probate. and Flint. near future. A name will soon MY , RTL . E MA 1? C ' N Party Is Arranged for Mary Bennett be chosen. Mrs. Marian Seitz, Miss Josephine Piazza, Robert McManus, Leonard Kowalcik, Helen Zajac, Monroe Nash, Corlis Register of Probate. Oct. 23, 30, Nov. 6. ba.ttjefrpnt terrain, were of aid **> th'4 'ground fighting forces "a counterpart in depart,„„-, of conservation agents us- "ing air photographs to help plot •the light against forest'fires. The spectacular'Presque Isle — \ JWhich swept a large area In May at a cost of $163,gave tne first opportunity lor taking; an airial picture red" t of ;,the scene of a major (Showing all details of the Devastation. ^-""•l, photograhs taken by »W, of the field adminis- division following the 'e fire are npw being ether into a master i, «with a * written ac- pf the outbreak, its pro- 1 • the battle,, waged a- The camera takes a film so arge the department techni- ians had to make their own negative developing and print- ng equipment. Running the ilm through the developer Ls a difficult operation, each "roll" of negative being eleven feet in ength. Two of these were em- Jloyed in the Presque Isle pic- ures. , wUl jpgkf one of the ?lete records of its kind tjtures clearly show various angles of the ! »nd at several altitudes fftlrplane, the tneasure- "" $be b#*n$<t-over sep- Mt etched again* «M;|ire lanes cut. \i_»l _ *_» - _• - • By MRS. ALEXANDER GEORGE (Associated Press Staff Writer) Samoset Ham Loaf and Glen Cole attended the FREESOIL. _ A delightful Fecture at Gray hall in Luding- M£ T ^hP,?t a R^n S t D t° n ^ 0redi by < ton Thursday evening. Pollow- g i ing the lecture Tony Piazza ' J °1 pound lean pork, chopped 1 pound smoked ham, chopped 1 cup soft bread 2 tablespoons minced parsley ',i cup chopped celery 2 tablespoons chopped onions 3 tablespoons chopped green peppers (optional) 2 eggs, beaten \'i cup milk >,4 teaspoon salt teaspoon a 2-30 D m Thur.dv n at ^.JU p. m. inursaay in Primary department of I Preesoil school, honoring cpnhinp se P mne little daughter, Mary Helen. A number of lively little ^;cik, Helen Zajac, Probate Offlco In the City of Ludlngton In the said County, on the 19th day of October. A. D. 1939. Present, Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. Leonard KOWal- In the Matter of the Estat* of Emily fff. - - .. . T^II ».• iir»l»«lc»/jr M WIJV« HV*;M »w* <./Mtiiiii*(iif^ o i tu The Ludlngton Dally News, allowing said account and hearing said r pr-.i:ec and circulated In I petition; It In 'Further Ordered. That public notice thereof be given by publication ol a copy of this order, for three successive wet Its previous to wild day of j hearing, In The Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said County. OWEN J. OAVIOAN. Judge of Probate. A true copy MYRTLE MATfJON. R"^lstor of Probate. Oct. 9. 18, '^3. NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of LaGuire Mason. At a session of said Court, held at the Mrs. Marian Seitz and Robert McManus of games were played and the , children were presented with Bennett of Scottville and Theo- ao e Ludington were , . whistles. Frances Maladucky' entertained by Miss Helen Ben- won the prize in a contest. Mary ! nefct and a delightful luncheon ! tablespoons paprika „ , """ *".""•"' " v-"">"-o U . ™<*ij > w& _ en j ovec j Mix the ingredients and pour! Helen received numerous lovely; Wa p r |esoH sr over the topping which has been i 8" ts placed in the bottom of a greased i A delightful luncheon was baking pan. Topping ',2 cup brown fat, melted sugar 1/4 cup crushed 1 teaspoon pineapple cinnamon ! 4 cup apricots 3 tablespoons Mix the ingredients and pour into the pan. Carefully cover i served with a Hallowe'en color . „„ scheme. Guests included all of. „ i( - Freesoil school teaching staff will attend the Teachers' Insti- Grand R apids on Oct. 26 the Primary pupils with Mary I Helen Bennett, honoree, and j Mrs. Dodge, of Tallman, Mrs.' Robinson and son, Craige, of ,„ , , XT , Walhalla, and Mrs. Ross Ben-j on Wednesday, Nov. 1. nett and son, James. Report cards will be presented at intervals of six weeks this at the Freesoil school. The reports will be presented with the meat. Bake one and | Stanley Dzolek has been im- one quarter hours in a moderate j proving his residence by placing North "River-ton Mr. and Mrs. Roy DeHoff and A Shlnsky also written Emily Kovar Shlnsky, Deceased. It appearing to the court that the time for presentation of claims against said estate should be limited, and that n time and place be appointed to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands against said deceased by and before said court: It Is Ordered, That creditors of Raid deceased are required to present their claims to said court at said Probate Office on or before the 29th day of December 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 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. If a customer had not paid $300 in advance for a 3-year supply of eggs, Author Paul Corey would not have been able to finish a little stone house he was building at Cold Spring, N. , . , ' %S£ nls alr eady famous novel, "Three Miles Square," could not have been written last win- oven. (250 degrees.) Unmold. | new siding on the east side of ', children of Ludington were ! Sunday dinner and supper been' guests of the Frank Benz family. Afternoon guests included Roy Serve warm or cold, cut into slices. his house. Mrs. R. Eddy, who has ill, is improving. IN THE NEWS 20 YEARS AGO Robert McManus and Monroe j Pleiness, Nick Majewski and Er- Nash visited Mr. and Mrs. Orin! ne Benz. Chalker at Chase Wednesday < Mr, and Mrs. Cyril Hemmer A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Oct. 23, 30. Nov. 8. Judge of Probate. Miss Glodye Hiller returned from Grand Rapids where she had spent a few days in visiting. 15 Years Ago Capt. Charles Robertson at- ter. lUgh the blackened her. H!-' '. ,<->/• In the early days of the United States senators were paid at the rate of $fl a day for attendance—and each received pay only for those days when he actually was in the senate cham-1 tended the last two games of the World Series, played at Washington, D. C. 10 Years Ago Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Baltzer left for their winter home at St. Petersburg, Fla. 5 Years Ago Mrs. Louis Mottl and daugh- *, u Sq , uirTe> J(re turned to their home In Luding- land daughter, Joan .were Sun-' oT'oc'tober. A D. evening, Oct. 18. Mrs. Frances Smith left here ] day dinner guests of Mr. last Thursday morning to spend Mrs. Norman Gerbers a few days in Detroit. 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 Ludlng- I ton In the said County, on the 16th day Bill Cole, William Nash, Walter Zajac, Arthur Tubbs, Arthur and Melvin Zogorski, Bert and Lee Tyler were guests Thursday evening, Oct. 19, of Mr. and Mrs. Fay LaGuire and sons, Bernard and Darl. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Perfect of Chicago recently spent a few days at "Perfect Rest" northeast of Freesoil. Mrs. J. E. Bennett and Mrs. John J. Bennett of Pickerel lake visited relatives in Manistee Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wein have have been redecorating their home recently purchased from Henry Arp. The Freesoil high school will and and 1939. Present, Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Edward Willard McEmbcr, Deceased. It appearing to the court that the NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said Court, held at th<* Probate Office In the City of Ludlng- ton In the said County, on the 10th day of October, A. D. 1939. Present, Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of John E. Larson, Deceased. It appearing to the court that the time for presentation of claims ngalmst said estate should be limited, and tint n time and place ba appointed to re . vember. A. D. 1939. nt ten o'clock In the forenoon of that day those certain lands and premises, situated In the Township of Rlverton. County of Mason and State of Michigan, to-wlt: N'.i of E'.i of W',j of NE'.i. also S'.i of NE'« of 8W' 4 and the N',i of E'.i of NE>; of SWU all In Section 17. Township 17 North. Range 17 West. and containing fifty (50) acres more or less according to Government survey thereof. OEOROE L. COLYER. Sheriff of Mason County. Michigan. DnU-d: September 25, 1939. PETER R. VON SPRECKEN, Attorney for Plaintiff. Business address: Ludlngton. Michigan. Sept. 25, Oct. 2. 9, 16. 23. 30. Ludington State Bant f Trust Department) THIRD ANNUAL ACCOUNT STATE OF MICHIGAN. The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a session of said Court, held nt tho Probate Offlco In the City of Ludlng- ton In said County, on the 3rd day of October A. D. 1939. Present. Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of Oust ... ____ celve, examine and adjust all claims I Steffcnson, deceased. " ~" * and demands against said deceased by and before said court: It Is Ordered, That creditors of said deceased am required to present their claims to said court at said Probate Office on or before the- 29th day of December 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 thereof be given by publication of a copy of this order for three ouccesnlve weeks previous to said day of hearing, In The Ludlnaton Dally News, a newspaper printed and circulated In said county. OWEN J. OAVIOAN, Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Oct. 16, 23. 30. daughter, Irene. Work on the farms at this , timp <>nn<5i«!r« ^hlpflv nf nnfafn tlme for presentation Of claims against lime consists cnieily Ol potato Bald cstate should be limited, and that digging, corn husking, apple a time and place be appointed to re- picking and harvestine garden . celvc . examine and adjust all claims and In thli .. „ &,„.!, ?n, -In*,- ^nJLJLn ' ««»«*. »**""* said deceased by and , affld^n on fltau^ It canno^be as- STATE OF MICHIGAN In The Circuit Court For The County of Mason In Chancery John Carroll, Plaintiff, vs. Jcanette Carroll, Defendant. 6ult pending In the Circuit Court for the County of Mason, In chancery. In the City of Ludlngton ln<ysald county. In this cause It appearing from the for winter consumption before Ml(l - cour t : Potato harvest in this locality It Is Ordered, That creditors of Bald is quite a disappointment, to•'•«£* •«,re« to^ntjhejr growers yielding from one-half to two-thirds of the crop expectation, due to blight. Ranold Thurow is operating his potato digger on many of the large acreages. The Walter Gerbers' bean thresher started on its route Monday. Reek School Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wagner are calling on the members of the 4-^M _«4. 1, . . T— ---0»- **v»»vr^« TT*1* ttlC L><*lilJll£ L/U 1/ilC lIlClilUCIM UI \fiiti ten after spending a week in edit a school paper this year, district in the drive for the hos- fice on or before the 28th day of December A. D. 1939, at ten o'clock In the forenoon, said time and place being hereby appointed for the examination and adjustment of all clnlms and demands against mild 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. QAVIQAN. Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON, Register of Probate. Oct. 23, 30, Nov. 6, > defendant resldrs. On motion of Eugene Chrlstman, attorney for the plaintiff. U Is ordered Hint the said defendant cause her appearance to be entered In this cause within three months from the date of this order; and in cose of her appearance that she cause her answer to the plaintiff's Bill of Complaint to be filed and a copy thereof be served on said attorney for Plaintiff within fifteen dayi after service on said defendant of a copy of said Bill and notice of this order; and that In default hereof Bald Bill be taken as confessed by said defendant. And It is further ordered, that within forty days the plaintiff cause a notice of this order to be published In Th« Ludlngton Dally News, a newspaper printed, published and circulated In the snld county, and that such publication Ludlngton Statn Bank having filed In said court Its 3d annual account as administrator w.w.a. of said estate, and his petition praying for the allowance thereof, It ;s Ordered, That the 30th day of October A. D. 1939. at ten o'clock In thn forenoon, at said Probate Office, be and Is hereby appointed for examining and allowing sold account: 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 hcartnp, In The Ludlngton Dally News. « pnw»- pnper printed and circulated In (laid county. OWEN J. OAVIQAN. Judge of Probate. A true copy: MYRTLE MATSON. Register of Probate. Oct. 9, 18. 23. PETITION TO DEPOSIT SECURITIES STATE OF MICHIGAN, The Probate Court for the County of Mason. At a Hcsslon of said court, held at the probate office, In the City of Ludlngton, In said county, on the 4th day of Octo-> btr A. D.' 1939. Present: Hon. Owen J. Oavlgan, Judge of Probate. (n the Matter of the Estate of Ocorge Herbert Duff Sutherland, deceased. Ludlngton State Bank having filed In sold court Its petition praying that it be authorized to deposit certain securities belonging to said estate with the Chase National Bank of the City of New Yoik, depository for receiving such securities for purpose of reorganization. It Is Ordered, That the 26th 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 said day of hearing; In The Ludlngton Dally Now*, a newspaper printed and circulated In gald county. OWEN J. O.AVIGAN, A true copy: Judge of Probtttfl MYRTLE MATSON; Register of Probute. Oct. 9, 16, 23, \

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