The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on May 18, 1974 · Page 1
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Fergus Falls, Minnesota
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|AT THC MOVIES] Roy Scheider as a hardboiled police detective threatens gangster Larry Haines in "The Seven-Ups", opening Sunday at the Fergus Theatre. NSP rates rise in St. Paul ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Northern States Power Co. says residential electricty bills will rise an average of 15 per cent in St. Paul next week. Average rates also will go up 15 per cent for small commercial industrial customers, while larger users in this category face a 19 per cent hike. The new rates were approved by the City Council earlier this week after a recommendation by a special hearing examiner. However, the new rates will still be lower than in neighboring Minneapolis and some suburban areas. lanes Stewart services Tuesday James Stewart, 45, Inman Township, died Friday at Wesley Hospital in Wadena. Services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Henning with the Rev. Richard Jackson officiating. Burial will be in Inman Cemetery. He was born June 18,1928, in Inman Township, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart. He married Dorothy Shannon in Ceres, Calif., Aug. 17, 1957. A World War II veteran, he served 20 years in the Navy, retiring and moving back to Inman Township in 1967. He was a member of the American Legion. Surviving are his wife; three daughters, Karen, Harriet, and Barbara, all living at home; a son, James, also at home; a sister, Mrs. Earl (Ruth) Thompson, Northome; two brothers, John, Drayton, N.D.; and Ray, Detroit Lakes. Arrangements by Belmont Funeral Home, Henning. Services Tuesday for Lloyd Ott, 84 Services for Lloyd W. Ott, 84, Dent, who died at Lake Region Hospital Friday, will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Maine Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Norman Seebach officiating. Burial will be in Silent Vale Cemetery. He was born in Star Lake Township June 4,1889, a son of Jacob and Almyra Ott. His occupation was farming and he lived all his life in Star Township. • Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Charles (Grace) Rice, Dent; two brothers, Harvey and Lawrence, both of Dent. Visitation Sunday afternoon and evening and all day and evening Monday at the Nilson Funeral Home, Fergus Falls. Frank Jesnowski funeral Tuesday Frank Joseph Jesnowski, 89, Parkers Prairie, died yesterday at St. William's Nursing Home, Parkers Prairie, Services will be held Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Urbank with the Rev. Karel Pecovnik officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. He was born Oct. 1, 1884, in I/eaf Mountain Townsnip, a son of Joseph and Kathryn Jesnowski. His occupation was farming. A rosary will be said Sunday at 8:30 p.m. at LaMere Funeral Home, Parkers Prairie. John Hengebol services Tuesday John Hengebol, 19, Moorhead, formerly of Fergus Falls, died May 17 at the Veteran's Hospital in Fargo. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the first Baptist Church in Fergus Falls with the Rev. C. Bruce Anderson officiating. Interment will be in KnoUwood Memorial Gardens. He was born March 25,1955 in Minneapolis to Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Hengebol. He lived all his life in Fergus Falls until he joined the Navy Feb. 1,1973. He is survived by his parents, Moorhead; one stepsister, Mrs. Arvid (Arlene) Haugrud, Elizabeth; and one stepbrother, James Varholdt, Columbia Heights. There will be no reviewal. Arrangements by the Glende-Johnson-Nelson Funeral Home. Pencil lill services Monday Wencil J. Lill, rural Wadena, died at Wesley Hospital, Wadena, May 16. Services will be held at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Wadena, Monday at 1 p.m. with the Rev. A. J. Kraemer officiating. Viewing and burial will take place at St. Otto's Cemetery, Fergus Falls. Mr. Liil was born at Carlisle, Jan. 5,1908. Surviving are two sons and a daughter, David of Carlisle, Steven and Linda of Deer Creek. He also leaves four brothers and four sisters, Anton, Pelican Rapids; George, Carlisle; Sylvester, Niagara Falls, N.Y.; Marcelous, Carlisle; Mrs. Kathryn Snobeck, San Diego; Mrs. Agnes Carlson, Pelican Rapids; Mrs. Martha Gloier, Fergus Falls, and Mrs. Margaret Maloney, Orange, Calif. Arrangements by Messer- Johnson Funeral Home, Wadena. Mrs. Liella Olsu services Monday Mrs. Luella Olson, a former Grant County resident, died Friday at a Fargo hospital. She had been a resident of Moorhead since 1958. Services will be held at the I-utheran Church of the Good Shepherd in Moorhead Monday at 1 p.m. Burial will be in the Trinity Lutheran Cemetery at Wendell. Mrs. Olson was born near Elbow I^ake Feb. 11, 1910, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Johnson. She taught rural school in Grant County and was married to Henry C. Olson in June, 1935. They farmed near Wendell until his death in 1947. She taught school in Wendell and was married to Herbert H. Olson in 1952. His death occurred in 1957. Mrs. Olson, who earned bachelor's and master's degrees at Moorhead State College, taught in special education in the Moorhead schools from 1958 to 1973. Surviving are a son, David of Gladstone, Mo., two daughters, Mrs. Glenne (Elaine) Strand, Robbinsdale, and Mrs. Marilyn Erickson, Reisterstown, Md.; eight grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Haugen and Mrs. Alice Bakke, and a brother, Herbert Johnson, all of rural Elbow Lake. Arrangements by the Korsmo Funeral Home, Moorhead. Poll token on status of government NEW YORK (AP) — A pqK of truth about inflation, energy, mcnt leaders do"—60 per cent and other subjects"—72 per cent agree. "Most people are too quick to condemn most things govern- (First Publication May 18,1W<1) IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION State ol Minnesota, County of Olt^r Tail ss. OrcferftrtriearinB on Petition to Dttwrorn* Descent In R« EM ate Ot Ernest H. RodeVuhr, Decedent. Edna Svarvarf Olson having filed in tini* Court a petition representing, among other things, that said decedent died "mlestate more than five years prior to the lil'tog (hereof, leaving certa-n property in Otter Tall County,Minnesota,and lhat no willof said decedent has been proved, nor ad- mJmitralion ol hit estate granted, in 1hls State and praying that Jh« descent of sa'd property be determined and that il be assigned to tne persons entitled thereto: IT is ORDERED, That ihe hearing ihereof be had on June 18th, 197*, at 10:00 o'clock AM., before this Court, in the County Court Room, Jti tne Court House, in tne City of Fergus Falls, Minnesota, and that notice hereof be given by Ihe publication of tflis order in the Fergus Falls Daily Journal and by malted notice as provided by law. Da led May 13th. 1974 Henry Polkinghorn Judge. [Court Seal) Field, Arvesen, Doooho, Lundeen & HoH Fergus Falls, Minnesota Attorney for Petitioner. (First Public a I ion May IB. 1974) IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION FilMllSQ Stateof Minnesota, County of Otter Tail si. Ord*r tor Hearing on Petition lor Admission ol W.H to Probate in Th* Matter Of The Eslafe Of Mervin G. Roen, Decedent. IT IS ORDERED that Ihe'petition lor admission of will to probale filed herein and any objections li!ed I hereto be heard on June 18lh, 1974, at 10:00 O'clock A.M. by triis court in the courthouse in ttie Cily of Fergus Fa l is, Minnesota. That, it proper, at said time and place a representative wiil be appointed to administer the estate. wno shall conecl all assets and tile an inventory thereof, pay all regal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses of ad ministration, and sell such real and per sonal property as may be necessary aixJ YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO TRYOUR FAMOUSQUIK CHIK Quarter Chicken SUNDAY SPECIALl 2 PIECES OF QUIK CHIK CHICKEN, COLE SLAW AND GOLDEN FRENCH FR1ES- ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS! — SUNDAY ONLY — ALL FOR JUSTDIAL 736-3520 QLUkSTOP 419 WEST LINCOLN FERGUS FALLS 1,503 households in mid-April indicates 60 per cent of the American people see a worsening of the state of the nation over the past 10 years, pollster Ixiuis Harris says. A larger number of respondents show that they are seriously disillusioned with political leadership, the poll said. It was released Thursday. Those conclusions were based on analysis of responses to a series of statements. The respondents were given a chance to agree or disagree. The results: "Government leaders should ask people not what their country can do for them, but what they can do for their country."—89 per cent agree. "The trouble with most government leaders is that they think people will believe them when they make promises"—78 per cent agree. "Too many government leaders are just out for their own personal and financial gain"— 76 per cent agree. "Most government leaders are more interested in playing smart politics rather than in sharing in the same genuine idealism the people have"—76 per cent agree. "Most government leaders are afraid to treat the public as adults and tell them the hard {pint P jblicat:o«May n. 1974] NOTICE TO DEALERS OF CLASSROOM FURNITUBE Sealed quotation* will bere<eiwed by tr.e Business Administrator of Independent School District W4, Oiler Tall Coynty, Fergus Falls. Mirmewta in the Ad mlnistrative Oflke al 600 Frioerg Avenue and up lo B:30 am.. May 29, 1974 for various items of classroom lurnitu-re and equipment. List of items and specifications to be bid are available in tne Administrative Office, 600 FrHjerq Avenue. Fergus Falls, Minnesota 5452;. The. school reserves me right to reiecl any and all proposals. Harord H. Drews, Business Administrator Independent School District 544 600 Friberq Avenue Fergus Falls, Minnesota 56537 [First Publication May IB, 1974) IN DISTRICT COURT SEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT SlateolAVnnesota, County ol Otter Tail Tne Firs! National Bank of Fergus Falls, a corporation. Pla'nliff vs. Marland Hoff, Defendant agree, 35 per cent disagree. "People who could make good government leaders don't want to run for office because they know government leaders receive no thanks for public service anymore"—55 per cent agree, 34 per cent disagree. "The way the media treat government leaders, they have little chance of succeeding in Fergus Falls (Mi.) Joinal Saturday, May 18,1974 2 the public's eyes"—44 per cent agree, 47 per cent disagree. Notice of sale of tax forfeited land (Finl PubliCdlionM*yll, l»74] Notice is hereby given that I tf all sell lo tne r.-ghest o'cMer in the Court Hoys* in tne City ol Fergus Falls, in The Count)'of Otter Tail. Ine following described parcels 01 land Forfeited lo ihe Stale of Minnesota for non payment of ta*es which have teen classified and appraised as provided by law. Said sale shall commence at ;o 00 o'clock A M . on the 21st day of June, 1974, and snail be governed as lotermssel forth by the loHo^ing resolution adopted by the Board Of County Commissioners Of Olter Tail County X. W. Hanson County Auditor RESOLVED by the Board of County Commissioners cf Otter Tail County Minnesota: in pursuance of Minnesota Statutes 282, il is hereby resolved that tracts of land may be sold under the following conditions: Each and every tract sold for 1500.00 or less snail be paid in full al time 01 sale. All tracts sold lor more than 1500 00 may be paid for on installment plan at rale or at leasr 25 per cenl of purdiase price, bu! in all cases the down payment must be at least 1500.00; provided thaf in all cases wnerethe appraisal by mis Board shows the value of wood on said tracf, the full amount of the appraisal value of said wood, together with 25 per cent of me 5ai2r.ce ol 'hepuf chase price must be paid al the time of sale Tne balance of trie purchase price may be paid in ten annual installments with 4 per cent interest per annum on the unpaid taiance. in addition to me purchase price of the land, tr.e County Auditor shall charge and collect, in lull, an amount equal 10 three per cent of the total sa'e price of the land ; amount so collected by the AuaiKx to be deposited in the Stale Treasury and credited lo the Tax Forfeited Land Assurance Accouni. 1549 Minn. Statutes No. ?«4.!«, Suo. Div. 4. Title lo ihe land to be offered for sa:e is not gjaranteed. either by otter Tail County or the Slate of Minnesota. When payment of the purchase price has been made, Ihe purchaser will receive from the State of Minnesota a quit claim deed tome property lor which the Auditor is required by law to collect and remit to the Slate a fee of tt.OO; All mineral rights are reserved by the stale of Minnesota, and sale is subject to existing easements. The County Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids and withdraw any parcel listed before or during the sale. Adopted at Fergus Falls, Minnesota this ?3rd day of April, 1974. Ceo. Waller Chairman ATTEST: K. W. Hanson Township of Oak Valley (Twp ill Range M> W'iOfNW'iOfNW". S.S«'40fNWH 31 «(X)00 60000 S'>ofN'.jofSE"<ofNE"< 33 2500 2500 N'lSW. .. 34 JOO.OO 105.00 305.00 Township of Elmo (Twp 13? Rang* II! E IS';rdsOf MI9rdSOfSJ4rdSO!N'.iNE'i 12 M 00 9000 PtSW'Aof NEV, SEof Hwy 22 15.00 1500 Almor* 5 5 15.00 1500 Almora 6 5 15.00 1500 Almora 7 5 15.00 1500 Almora L01S13& 14 5 3000 3000 Townsnip ef FftMen (Twp 111 Range Ml E' i Of NE". ex W » rds & Ex N 53 33 rds of E 40 rd! ?7 400.00 950.00 1150.00 Township of Ottertail (Twp IM Rang* It) Tri.TrinLot2inrearofLot3BalmoralBeach .. 31 10.00 10.00 Tewnsnip of Amor (Twp 134 Range «) Pt Lot 1 N Of tots 3, 4 & 5. Camp Lingerlong & S oIRd .._......... U 100.00 100.00 Township of Candor (Twp 117 Range 41) N 132 1 Of S482'of E330'OlNYViiNE". 19 50000 50000 Township of ErKtrds Grove <T*p 13! Range 41} E2'jRdsof N32ROSOI NW'.SWa Village of Batfli Lik« Auditor's Subdivision of Original S. L. "A" and PIL012, Lot) Sec. 11 13340 Villlg* of Dtcr Creek Pleasant Add'n Lots 124 >3 Vill»9* of Hefttiin? Original PJal, Ex SWly 16' All ol and * Original Plat. Ex SEly JO' of NEIySO-and Ex SW 16'Allof 5 Viiun of New York Mini Blowers 2nd Add'n ' Blowers 2nd Add'n. Wly 55'of B NoweirsAdd'n.N45'ot Lott6l ' Wm. V. Smith's ASd'r.. Wly 50'of Sly 160* ex S W " Viilao* of Parkers Prtiri* LaVeview Add'n * VilUft of Pelican RaptoH Ackerman's 2nd Add'n Lots 1 thru 10 Blyberg's 2nd Addn. E 72' of S 1 1 of Lot I E n of Lots 2 & 3 and all ot 5 Wilson's Add'n. Lots 6. 7,8.9 & 10 VilUft ot Rkhville Original Plal 16 Thoelke's Add'n. NW 4 VHIagt *f VerH* Original Plat W 50' of Lot land all of Lot 2 Original Plat City of Fergus Fills, 1st Ward Bel lev iew Add'n El 3rd of Lots 4,51 6 Pinkie & Wnite's Add'n. Lots 10.114 12 Hallberg's 2nd Add'n 15 Hallberg'sJnd Add'n H M. Picket's Add'n. E'.J > City of Fergus Falls, 2nd Ward Unplatted, E 35'ot N 200' of S.L. II, Sec. 35-133 4) Norlh Division 3 RosemontAdd'n.Lots4} & 44 Cry of Fergus Falti, art Ward Original platW77'of Lot s CorlissAdd'n.EViolwwof Lotsl,2& 3 Corliss Add'n. W. 50'of Lots 1.J8. 3 Forest Lawn Add'n. W. JO'ol 17 City of Fergus Falls, 4th Ward Be! 4 Austin's Add'n I eel 14 Austin's Add'n.WJO' 4 Finkle&White'sAdd'n 1 Nelson'sAdd'n l 30000 1J5.00 400.00 40000 100.00 50.00 400.00 200.00 25.00 SO.00 500.00 30000 400.00 50.00 100.00 50.00 200.00 10.00 200.00 200.00 50.00 50.00 5000 2500 25.00 30000 17500 400.00 200.00 40000 KO.OO 5000 400.00 200.00 25.00 50.00 500.00 300.00 400.00 50.00 100.00 50.00 20000 10.00 200.00 200.00 50.00 5000 50.00 2500 25.00 STATEOFMINNESOTA COUNTYOFOTTERTAILSS. I, X.W.Hanson, Auditor ot Otter Tail Co urty. State of MirmeMta. do hereby certify that the lilt is in my custody as such auditor, and that such copy is a correct copy ol such original, and of the whole thereof. In testimony whereof, l have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal, at Fergus f=a!U, Minnesota, this Mrdday of April, 1971. K. W. Hanson Auditor TELEVISION SCHEDULES NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That pursuant to a writ ol execut;on to me delivered in the acl:ot above entitled I have levied upon and wilt sell at public auction to the highest b:dder for cash on the 1st day Of July 19M, al 10 o'clock A.M.. al the north door of tne Otter Tail County Court House in the City of Fergus Falls in said Counly and State, ali tne right, title and interest ol Mar lard Hofl above named in and to (h* real property described as follows, towil: An undivided one half interest in and to the north one hall of ihe northeast oneqirarter of section J, township 132 north, range 41 west; afxl An ore hail interest fn and to the northwest one-quarter ol the nor ttvwest one, -quarter ~of section 3, township 133, range 41. Otter Tail County, Minnesota. Dated May 10»h, 1974 Carlton Mortensen Sheriff of OH*r Tail County, Minn. By Sidney Nelson, Deputy (First Publication May U, WO IH COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION File No. 4\M S tate of M : nfresota . County of Otter Tailss. Order for Hearing on Petition lor Admission tor the best interests bl tne estate, 'upon ol Will to Probate completion of administration, the '" The Maiter Of The Estate Of Edward representativeshall file a final account for Bernard Haatvedt aka Bernard Edward 1 allowance and shall distribute the estate to the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by tne court and do all other acts to dose the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, 1hat creditors cl deceaent file t*ie;r claims In Ihis court within sixly (60) days from trie date rvereof and that said claims be near a on July 17lh, 1P7J, at iO:00 O'clock AM. by this court in ihe courthouse in ihe Cily of Fergus ^alls. Minrvescta. Dated May ?th. 1974 Herj-y Pclkinghorn J.jc'ge of County Covtt. (Court Seal) Ruler, Hefte, Pemtrerton. Schulze & Sorlie Fergus Falls, M'nr.esota 56537 Attorneys (First Publication May 11,1974) INCOUNTYCOURT PROBATE DIVISION FHt NO. 41147 Sfaleof Minnesota, County of Otter Tail ss. Qrdtr for Hearing H Petition for General Administration. in The Mafler Of The Estate Of Laurabel M. Tavis, Decedent, •T IS ORDERED th»t the petition lor general administration fifed herein a^d an/ objections I red thereto be heard on Jure «lh, J97J. et ;0.00 o'clock A.M ty !his court in the courtnouse in ihe City of Fergus Fa'is. Minnesota That, il p'oper, at said time a-xi place a representative will beappo-nied lo adrrinister the esfa'f, v»*w shall collect aH assets a*xi lUe ai >nven!ory iherecl, pay all legal deCts. da ; ms. and ia*«, and expenses oi ad mlnisiraton, and sell such real a^x: per iooal properly as may be necessa'y end lor ne best .nteres!s ct tr»e estate, upon completion ot adrmnistralion, l*ie recresentativeshan tile a tinai acco^ni for a!iowa.-Kf arxJ sr-all distribute Ihe ntateto the perwri therejnro ensiled as o^cered by tre court a*v3 do a'l other acts to c'ose •he estate IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that cred''ors o< decedent Me Their c'a'ns -n trvs C0i.rt rtsivn sixty £601 days from thr ca'e hereof arxJ tnat sa ; d claims te heara On J'jiv I 3m. 1974. at 1C 00 O'clock A M. fey 'his court in Ih* cOL.r»r-ous* in rre C-ty C' Fergus Fa"S, -V- nreSQta DaleO "/ay i'ri. 197J Herry Fo-k rvgi-.crn Judce N-ics. Har.s*n. SUbo. Mas ; i> & Di'.'es. Lta c a-30. SO«-IH Daio'a SS102 lF:rs' Pjfc'-caT on May J. 197il IN COUNTY COURT PROBATE DIVISION Fil*No.«ll<fi State o' v. ; nneso'a Covr.ty of otter Ta l ss Order for HMrin? on Petition lor Admniion ef Will to Probate ir. Trw waiter Of Tre Es'ate C! Cora A Keey. a*a Cora Hdey. Decedent IT ,5 ORDERED mat r*« pet t-on for'on of »;n 'o orotw'e li'ed i~tre'.r. a-xj a^y object or.i f i'ed trere'o be fearo on v.a> i-'h. '.s;j. ai id OOo'cioc* A .v b> Ih's CCWt m I've COwrthOLSe .n Ihe Ci!y C' FergLS Fans, v ^--esoia That. .! wooer. a! saki tiT,e a-w place a recr« v>-.'\ be appo n'ed tc a3-rir;ster tt-f «ta*e wx> s.*a''i co ] 'eci a!i ass«ts and f le ar • nveMo'-y t-<reof. oay a v i lesai detts cia'^-.s. and t*K«. a-xi expenses cf as nir. strat or., a?xJ ?eli SJC^ rea- arc oer sorta 1 property as rra> be necessary and tor the b«t interests ot The rstate uocr- representa'.vf sfaii i *e a ti«ai account for a'io*ar<e*-ic] st-aue s?ribu*e «-e es'ate ?c The inereunto it cr<j*reo by tr.e cojrt and oo an ot^er acts 'o c'ose tr.e es'aie IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, tfat cred 'ors of decsdenl die ***ir c a ms -n this court vsi^hin j xty <«) diyS from the oa'e ^erecl and thai sa d claim be i-eard on July 3rd, 1971. at 10 OOo'ctock A V> by turs court in tie covrtnocse . n tr.e C-ty 01 Fergui Fal'i, Y-nn«so'a Dated Apr;l iS'h.. 1974 Henry PofKino.*»rn Judqe of County Court (Court seal) Rufer.Mtfi*. Pemoerton, Schulze & Sorhe Fergus Fans. Minnesota S&517 Attorneys Kaatvedt aka Edward B. Haatvedt, Decedent. IT IS ORDERED tnat the petit**! for admission of will to probate iiied herein and any objections filed thereto be heard on Jurte 4th, 1?7J. al 1C 00 o'clock A M by ihls cowl in the in the Cilv of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. That, il proper, al sai3 time and place a representative will be appointed to acnvnisier ihe estate, wno shall collect alt assets and file an inventory Thereof, pay an legal debts, claims, and taxes, and expenses ot administration, and sell such real ard personal property as may be necessary and for the best interests of the estate. Upon completion of administration, the representative snai! tile a t^nai account for allowance and shall distribute the estate to. the persons thereunto entitled as ordered by the court and do all other acts to close the estate. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that creditors of decedent file their claims in this court within sixty (60) days from the date nereot and lhat said claims be heard on July 10th, 1974, at 10.00 O'clock A.M. by this court in the courthouse in tne Cily of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Dated May 3rd, 1974 Henry PolVnghorn Judge of County Court. CCO'jrt Seal! NycVleir.oe, Nycklemoe & Nycktemoe Fergus Fails, Minnesota 56537 Attorneys KXJB Ch. 4 Saturday Night 6:30 Hee Haw 7:00 All In Family 7:30 M-A-S-H 8:00 M. T. 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V.ucixm ty Warranty Deed da'ed May l?. 1971, as rrortgagors to Conservai-ve Vcrtgage Company, an lowa Corporal or., as. mortgagee, f-ed lor record m ne office of the Regisler of D«ds in and Iw Ihe County of Otter Tail, and S'ate d M nr.esc'a. on tre 26th cay of January. 19,0, at ll.iS O'clock A M., and recorded in Sock ?5?cf Vwtgage Records, M;r }>». t-ereai'er be ng d-.iy assigned to ^eder»: \ator.a' V-erlgage Association, Wash.T>gton D C aid Ned lor recorrl the Ct'er Tail Cc^riy Reg*s!er of Deeds in Book U of Asvsnrrenti, paje J39 on Fefuarv 13 1970 at S ^5 A W , theprrgina' wire pa' arr-Qijrt secLrec by sa'd mof (5335 M ng s 16.500 00- Mat no ad-on or has been .ist.fuied at law to recover tne deb! secured by sa-d mcr- '335*or ar.y part thereof, that sa'd mortgage ;S ci/rrentiy in default lor failure •o rraHC ins'ai'ment oayrents as a5reed upon that there is ate a-x) crairr.ed to be due upon sad rr.or'gage, 'rcswJ.rig interest to date hereof, the sum of Sixteen Thci,-sa-vJ Seven Hundred Twelve and 08 UK'.S1671!C5) real estate tates pa d £> rrortgageeass'gree cf S?J3 M o'us instance paid by rrortgase*- assgnee toiaii-ng si?35s a^d that pyr. suar.t to t".e oower cf sa'e trerein con fa-red. sa:d n-tyfgage *iii be foreclosed and the Tract of iarxJ *.y,rg and : n the Ccur.ty o' Ctter Ta i. S'ate of Minnesota, •mtr-ce^ as foiiCA^ !o^it Tne ttest » feel cf l_o*s 1. ?. S, t. 5 a-x3 4 in 8lOC< 33, WHEELER a-xJ 9AWSOVS 7H1RO ADD1TSON lo ^re City oi Fergus Fans, M rwiesota la c cre-n ses encon-pass less tnan 10 Acres ns ie.a-x3*.n beso'd by the sheriff of sa-d couity at oubi c aL-ction on the seven' jay ct June. 197*. at 10 OC o'clock AM. at pubi'c \-eodue tc the ri-S"K' C d^f for ca^ *t t^.e North Door of t*>e Co^,'*- HO-JSC in 'he City of Fergu* Fai's :n sa d cc-jnty and s'ate. 'o pay the dec 1 t--en secured ty said rr«rt9a>;e and 'axes, .f any, or, sa'd oremises and t^e cosn and distx-rse-r-eo's aiii*«d by law. Th.e time allowed by la* for redemption by the r-xxtgagor, oersonai representatives or «s gn$ s six i6) mon'hs from the dale c* sa d sa'e Dated Apr-l ?3, 1971 r ecerai Nat-onai AVytflage Associat-on of Wash.ngton. DC IRVINE. ffAMSTAO^OUA.W^RlGGS, P A By William H. 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