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    8 The News-Review, Roseburg, Ore. Sat, May 21, 1949
Society and Qluhi
By LOTUS KNIGHT . PORTER
NEW IDEA CLUB HAS
ENJOYABLE LUNCHEON
MEETING WEDNESDAY
Mrs. F. H. Appdhoff and Mrs.
John H. Porter entertained the
New Idea Club' of Edenbower at
a lovely 1 o'clock luncheon at the
former's home Wednesday. Mix
ed spring flower's formed the
pretty decorations. Covers were
placed for Miss Helen Falhe and
Miss Patricia Mayo, guests, and
Mrs. C. E. Marks, Mrs. W. D.
Hess, Mrs. C. B. Calkins, Mrs.
A. J. Slandley, Mrs. W. D. Har
ris, Mrs. L. M. Hodges, Mrs.
Clifford Hess, Mrs. E. T. Nelson,
Mrs. Betty Moore and the two
hostesses.
Members having birthdays in
May were remembered. A social
hour followed the business meet
ing. The club will meet June 1
at a 1 o'clock luncheon at the
home of Mrs. W. D. Hess.
MRS. CHESTER MORGAN
ENTERTAINS BRIDGE
CLUB AT LUNCHEON
Mrs. Choslcr Morgan entertain
ed her bridge club at a charming
one o'clock luncheon at the Shall
mar Tuesday. Covers were placed
for Miss Helen Casey and Mrs.
H. T. Hansen, guests, and Mrs.
H. C. Wells, Mrs. R. D. Coen,
Mrs. H 11. Turner, Mrs. L. K.
Cornwcll, Mrs.-W. J. Hulch and
the hostess, Mrs. Morgan.
Contract bridge was enjoyed
during the afternoon at the at
tractive Morgan home in Laurel
wood. Roses and peonies formed
the decorations. High scores were
won by Mrs. Hansen for the
guests, and Mrs. Cornwcll for
the members.
24 HOUR
WRECKER SERVICE
PHONE 352
BEAUTIFUL KENTILE FLOORS
Now Guaranteed for the Life
of Your Home
COEN SUPPLY
Everything For
Floed 4 Milt Sts.
AUTO-TRUCK
GENERAL
LIABILITY
FIRE
X JIHSUMKCl Jl
We are open noon hours and until
6 P. M. for people who can not
call at regular hours.
Paul H. Krueger
District Agent
636 S. Stephen! St. Roscburg Phone 21 8
SAVE FOOD
WORK-TIME
AND MONEY!
AMAZING LOW PRICE!
Thousands of
enjoying garden
poultry the
making many
money with HAKDIiR
ZULEIMA CLUB HAS
INFORMAL DINNER
MEETING FRIDAY
Zuleima Club, Daughters of the
Nile met at a delightful informal
dinner at the Hotel Rose Friday
evening with the hostesses car
rying out a clever decorative mo
tif in keeping with "Friday the
l.ilh." Black cats, ladders, broken
mirrors and all types of bad luck
symbols were used for the cen
terpiece, while tiny corsages of
four-leaf clovers were given as
favors.
There were 13 members pres
ent including: Mrs. Otto Harrah,
president, Mrs. Gladys M. Kes-
ner, Mrs. Elizabeth uurnam, Mrs,
A!ta Osterhout, Mrs. W. C.
Holmes, Mrs. Dallen H. Jones,
Mrs. L. E. Henningc-r, Mi's. Hen
ry Halvorsen, Mrs. 'John Boor,
Mrs. William Harms, Mrs. Wil
liam T. Evans Jr., Mrs. George
R. Aker Sr., and Mrs. Frank
S. Bodin.
Plans were made for a rum
mage sale to be held June 11 at
the Episcopal parish hall. The
next meeting will be a potluck
picnic supper at the summer
place of Mrs. L. E. Henninger
at Winchester June 15. Members
are asked to meet at the Rose
Hotel at 5 o'clock for transpor
lation. ANNIVERSARIES ARE
CELEBRATED AT
DINNER THURSDAY
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Simpson
celebrated their sixth wedding
anniversary and the ninth wed
ding anniversary of the former's
twin brother and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Ray Simpson, at a delight
ful dinner party Thursday eve
ning at the Roy Simpson home.
Covers were placed for Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Simpson and sons,
Benny and Ronnie; Mr. and Mrs.
Ray Simpson and children, Rog
er, Ruth and Jeannelte, and Mr.
and Mrs. George Quick und son,
Victor. Visiting was enjoyed dur
ing the pleasant evening hours.
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COMPANY
The Builder
Phono 121
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lucky families are enting better, living better,
fresh vegetables and fruits, choice meats and
year 'round, in and out of season. They're
worthwhile savings in food, work, time and
Freer, the economical home freezer.
'mm REFRIGERATION
Harold and Mildred Horn
MUSICAL WORKSHOP
RECITAL PRESENTED
BY MRS. HOMER GROW
The third of a scries of spring
recitals was presented by the
piano and pipe organ pupils of
Mrs. Homer Grow at (he Presby
terian Church last Monday eve
ning. Tall baskets of roses, del
p'ninium and peonies were used as
decorations. I he program was
varied, including numbers played
by very young beginners, and pro
gressing through more advanced
pupils up to skilled performers
of Senior High School age.
Those playing piano numbers
were: Jimmy Keefe, Sandra Sie
farth, Blake Conn, Judy Ott,
Loren McClure, Judy Edwards,
R'bert Johnson, Myrnabeth
Glick, Janet Reed, Judy Hebard,
Patricia Riley, Frank Churchill,
Delberta Simonson, Judy Hewett,
Jean Hewett, Kendell Cairnes,
Stephen Reed, Marjorie Bowker,
Carol Anne Knox, Janete Sher
wood, Billy Riley, Carolyn Jack
son, Patricia Elliott, Janet Ur
banek, Doris Ann Long, Mary
Ellen Holbrook, Nancy Allen,
Janet Church, Mary Margaret
Cobb, Noreen Allen, Jerry Jones,
Carmen Dysert, Anne Mellis,
Carolyn Burr and Robert Church.
Janice Plummer played inter
mission organ numbers, and Jo
an Phillips played an organ and
piano duo with Mrs. Grow.
The last of the series of recitals
will be given at the Methodist
Church the evening of June 6.
The public is cordially invited
to attend.
RIVERSDALE HAPPY HOUR
CLUB MEETS AT LOVELY
DESSERT-LUNCHEON
Mrs. Robert Harmon and Mrs.
Donald Harmon entertained the
Riversdale Happy Hour Club at
a lovely two o clock dessert-luncheon
at the former's home Wed
nesday. Beautiful bouquets of
mixed spring flowers formed the
decorations.
Covers were placed for Mrs.
Neal Christian, Mrs. Walter
Bailey, Mrs. W. E. Buell, Mrs. L.
W. Cotlrell, Mrs. Glenn Cox, Mrs.
Walter Cox, Mrs. Ned Dixon,
Mrs. Donald Guiley, Mrs. Dale
Guiley, Mrs. H. B. Kruse, Mrs.
Charles Lee, Mrs. W. E. Ott. Mrs.
C. M. Stark, Mrs. Ernest Trus
sell, Mrs. Roger Lee and the two
Hostesses.
The next meeting will be June
8th at a. two o'clock dessert
luncheon at the home of Mrs.
Walter Bailey with Mrs. Ernest
TrussclL co-hostess.
NORTHSIDE SUNSHINE
CLUB ENTERTAINED
AT EVENING MEETING
The Norlhside Sunshine Club
met Thursday evening at the
home of Mrs. Senna Hiney. Miss
Elizabeth Paul conducted the
meeting in the absence of the
president. The rooms were lovely
with bouquets of mixed spring
flowers.
High prize for the evening was
won by Mrs. Lucia Ingles. Miss
t'aui assisted the. hostess in serv
ing refreshments lo Miss Barbara
Sory, a guest, Mrs. M. Snry,
Miss Bernardine Princen, Mrs.
Lucia Ingles and Mrs. E. Prin-
i cen.
The next meeting will be Mav
:2fith at 1)04 Riverside Drive with
I Mrs. Jlart as hostess.
TWELVE AND ONE CLUB
HAS LUNCHEON MEETING
AT WEBBER HOME
The Twelve and Won Club met
Tuesday at a noon luncheon at
the home of Mrs. Thella Webber.
Wild Iris formed the centerpiece.
Covers were placed for Mrs. E.
Kenneth Jones, Mrs. W. Fest,
Mrs. Fred Kitman, Mrs. E. Prin
cen, Miss Bernardine Princen,
Mrs. William Peifer, Mrs, Fred
Hargls, Mrs. N. E. Richardson
and the hostess, Mrs. Webber.
High prize for the afternoon
was won by Mrs. Jones Willi Mrs.
Peifer winning second high.
The next meeting will be May
21th at the home of Mrs. Peifer,
528 S. Main slrect.
13 Cv. Pi. Chart Moist
'pri
FORSYTHE GUILD HAS
ENJOYABLE MEETING
THURSDAY EVENING
Forsythe Guild of the First
Presbyterian Church met Thurs
day evening at me nome of Miss
Verna Carothers. Mrs. Florence
Lozier, president, conducted the
meetin ; and Mrs. W. M. Camp
bell presented the devotions. Mrs.
n l H ..it,
i.- enc a tain, uu
China.
Delicious refreshments were
served to: Mrs. Morris H. Roach,
Mrs. J. R. Brymer, Mrs. W. M.
Campbell, Mrs. Florence Lozier,
Mrs. Orlena Slattery, Mrs. Re
gina Sawyers, Miss Gertrude
Rast, Mrs. Reba Hartley, Miss
Uella Whitehead, Miss Vera Fred
rickson, Miss Elnor Sherk. Mrs.
Alta Simonson, Miss Ina Farns
worth and the hostess, Miss
aroiners.
JOAN GAIL RAND
CELEBRATES FOURTH
BIRTHDAY WEDNESDAY
Joan Gail Rand, daughter of
rvir.ana Mrs. Lawrence Rand. .cele
brated her fourth birthday
Wednesday at a delightful party
and entertained as guesls: Mar
ian and Edna Mae Rand, Patty
anu juuy ration, uusseu, Lynn
ana noaney tsevens, Konnie Kand
Mona Lee and Marcie Rae Burt
Janet, Harrv and Kathv Inman
Lola and Rexie Nlckholsen, and
Joyce, and Larry Kand. Other
guesls were Mrs. Hon Nicholson,
Mrs. John Patton, Mrs. Jack Bev-
ens, Mrs. Edwin Rand, Mrs. Le-
Roy Inman and the hostess, Mrs.
Lawrence Rand.
Dishwater Manicure
Olive oil massaged Into the
finger tips before donning rub
ber gloves to wash dishes results
In a hot oil manicure the hot
dishwater does the work.
IjLGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN thai the
undersigned executrix has tiled in the
county Lourt of the state of Oregon
for Douglas County her final account
In settlement of the estate of Wooster
Hayden Fisk, deceased, and the Court
has appointed Saturday, June IS, 1949,
at 10:00 a. m., in the County Court
Hoom In the Court House at Roscburg.
Douglas County, Oregon, as the time
and place for hearing objections, if
any, to said final account and settle
ment of said estate.
s MAHIE LOUISE FISK
Executrix of the estate of
Wooster Hayden Fisk, da
ceased. NOTICE TO CltEI)ITOR8
NTotlce IB hereby given that the un
dersigned has bepn by Ihe County Court
ol the Slate of Oregon for DouKln-i
County appointed executor of the Last
Will and Testament of II. W. Hinkley.
deceased. All persons having claims
against his estate are notified to pre
sent the same verified as required by
law to the undersigned at Room 7, The
United States National Bank Building.
Hoseburg, Oregon, within 'six mouths
from the date of this notice.
Dated April :iO. l!4n.
G. V. WIMBERLY, Executor
of the LiiKl Will and Testa
ment of U. W. Hinkley, de
ceased. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLE SIE NT
Notice Is hereby given that tile un
dersigned administratrix of the estate
of Emll Hal), deceased, has filed her
final account In the County Court of
Douglas County, Oregon, and said court
has fixed Tuesday, June 14. 104!, at
10:00 o'clock a.m. in the County Court
room in the Courthouse in Hoseburg,
Oregon, as the time and place for hear
ing objections, if any there be, to said
final account and for settlement thereof.
. MAHY ADAL1NE HALL. Ad
ministratrix of the estate of
Emil Hall, deceased.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
The Administrator of the eslate i
MARY T. WELLS, deceased, hereby givi
notice that the County Court of Douglas
County, Oregon, has fixed May 2:1, 1!)4,
at ten o clock A. M. as the time. 1
tile County Court Room in the Court
Mouse at Hoseburg, Douglas County,
Oregon, as tire place for hearing objec
tions, If any there lie, to the final ac
count of the Administrator.
Dated April 2:ird. l!ll!l.
1. G. PICKENS, Administrator
of the Estate 'of MARY T.
WELLS, deceased.
NOT'CK TO ( ItHIHTORS
AlaL persons hnvlntf drums against
the estate of I.urton Plntt, deceased,
now pendinj In the County Court of
DougljiM County, Oregon, are hereby
notified to present the some properly
verified to the under Binned admlnislrn
tor tit the law offices of Orcutt, Long
At Neuner nt Rosebiiig, Douglas County,
Oregon, within six h months from the
Hlh day of May, 1!I4!V
A. N. OHCUTT. Administrator
of The Kstate of, Lurton PJutt,
Deceased.
NOTICK OF t' IN AIi SETTLE Mil NT
NOTICE 1.1 hereby given that the un
derxiKned ad mi nistr.it or has filed in
the County Court ef the Slate of Ore
gon for Douglas County his final ac
count in settlement of said estate and
Tuesday the ;Ust day of May. l!M!, at
1 1): 0(1 o'clock A. M. in the County Court
Room in the Court House In Hoseltii-g,
Douglas County, Oregon, has heen fixed
as the time and phice fur hearing ob
jection if any there he to said fln.-il
account and for the settlement thereof
A. N. OHCUTT, Administrator
of the Kstate of Luclnda
(rimes. Deceased.
THE CHURCHES OF CHRIST
INVITE YOU TO ALL SERVICES
' Bible Study Weclnrsdny 8 P. M.
In Sutherlin at the Scouts Hall Sunday 1 0:00 A. M.
In Roseburg at 789 Military Street
Bible Study 10 A. M.
Service at 11 A. M.
Communion 11:50 A. M,
Evening--Young People Mooting 7 P. M.
Service 8 P. M.
1 '
All work must please the customer.
Your furs insured for loc per $101).
Cleaning and glazing, $3.75.
loccted 5 Miles East of
Springfield, on McKenzie
Highway
ROUTE 1, SPRINGFIELD, OREGON
IS THE CIRCUIT COt'RT
OF Tilt ST.VIfc OK OKhiiON
OK OOI'OI.AS COL.VIY
SI .'tlMONS
JOHN K THOMAS and ALENE
THOMAS. Plaintiffs, v.. T. F. KOYAL
also known an Thoroa Y. Royal, and
MAHY ANNA HOY AL. the Unknown
Heir, of Thomas i . Hoyal.' If deceased
the Unknown Heirs of Mary Anna Koyal,
II deceased, and all other Dersons
parties unknown claiming any right, title,
iiiciri, ui c.iaiB in me nrdi iuciij
aescriuea herein, ueienaams
I TO: T. r. Hoyal. alio known as Thom-
'as t. Hoyal. and Mary Anna Hoyal
the Unknown Heira of Thorn a F. Royal,
ll ueceasea. tne unknown Heirs ol
Mary Anna Royal, if deceased, und ail
oiner persons or parties unknown claim
ing any right, title. Interest or eutate
in the real -properly described herein,
IN THfcl NAME OF THE STATE OF
UHLGUN you and each ol you hereby
are required to appear and answer the
complaint of the plaintiffs filed against
you nerem wiinin lour n weens irom
the date of the first publication ol
this summons and if you fail so to
aooear and answer for want thereof,
the plaintiffs will apply to the court for
the relief demanded therein. A succinct
statement of which is as follews: That
you are required to appear and state
the nature and character of your ad
verse claim, if any, lo the following
described real property, to-wit:
Beginning at a point which is South
2.i' 4fi' West (JO feet from the South
east corner of parsonage lot No. lb
in the town of Wilbur, said point
being North 59 50' East 1M3 feet
from the quarter corner on the ,
West side of Section IS, Township 26
South, Range 3 West of the Willa
mette Meridian, Douglas County,
Oregon.
Running thence South 23' 48' West
2fi7.7 feet to a point; thence North
8fi' 09' West 44.4 feet to the East
side of the right-of-way of the Pa
cific Railway Company, formerly
O. &t C. Railway. Thence North along
the Southern Pacific Railroad right-of-way
line to a point which bears
North 15" 12' West 459 feet from said
point. Thence North 7" 34' East 49
feet to a point. Thence South (i5 22'
East 273.28 feet to the place of be
ginning, all in Section 18. Township
2fi South. Range 5 West of the Willa
mette Meridian
Th-V upon the hearing thereof it be
decreed that the plaintiffs are the
owners of suid property as tenants by
the entirety and that none of said
defendants or any persons or parties
claiming by, through or under them
have any right,-, title, estate, lien or
interest in or to said real property
or any part thereof and that the title
of the plaintiffs be forever quieted
against any claims of the defendants
and each of them. That the defendants
and each of them and any persons
or parties claiming by. through or under
them be forever enjoined from asserting
or claiming any right, title, estate, or
Interest in or to sam reai piucnj
or any part thereof.
This summons is served upon you by
publication In the Roscburg News-Re-uiniu
a lef.il newsnaoer of Keneral ,
circulation published in Dnukis County, i
Oregon, pursuant to an order duly made
and entered by the above entitled
court and cause on the 7th day of May,
1949
Dated and First Published May 7. 1949.
GEUDES ANU MiLM'-rt
Attorneys for Plaintiffs
V. S. National Bank Build
ing, Roseburg.Oregon
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
DOUGLAS COUNTY
CITATION
In the Matter of the Estate
of
CHARLES MILNE, Deceased.
TO: Jennie Milne. Gertrude Milne.
Bruce Milne, Robert A. Milne, t.naries
H Milne. Kate Calvert and Lucille M
Allread and to all other h?'.rs known
or unknown, if any there be.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OP
OREGON you are hereby cited and re
quired to appear in the above enttiled
matter within four weeks from the date
of the first publication of this Citation,
to show cause If any exists, why the
following described rcnl property of the
estate of. Charles Milne, deceased, to
wit: One-half Interest tn tne following
described property; The South one
half iS'a" of the Northeast one
quarter iNEV Section 10, Town
ship : South, Range 3 West of the
Willamette Meridian, Douglas Coun
ty. State of Oregon.
should not be sold, ns prayed for in
the petition filed by Bert M;Cov. ad
ntinlstnitnr of the estate or Chnrlas
Milne, deceased, at private saiu anu lor
cash for the purpose of paying the ex
penses of the administration and tor tho
purpose or uisiriiKiiion,
WITNESS the Honora
hr.rlt .Indoe of the above
with the seal of said Court affixed this
2(ith day of April, 194H.
! D N. BUSENBARK
. County Judge.
Attest:
ROY AGEE,
County Clerk.
(SEALi
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
COUNTY OF DOUGLAS
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT
Number IH'M
In the Matter of 'the Estate
of
HENRY J. KLINGER. Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the Judge
of the above entitled Court has desig
nated the lith day of June, 1949, at ten
o'clock in the morning of the said day
in the Court room in the Courthouse in
Douiilns County, Oregon, as the time for
a hearing of objections lo the final ac
count in the above entitled estate, filed
wiih the said Court and for the settle
ment of the said estate. Any objections
to the proceedings had herein and to
the final account of the executor of the
Last Will and Testament of Henry J.
Klinger should appear before the said
Court on or before the said day at
said time
Dated thi 6th dav of Mav, 1949.
ROY.O. YOUNG, Executor of
the Last Will and Testament
of Henry J.' Klinger, deceased.
NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING
NOTICE HEHEBY IS GIVEN that Mav
, 194!l. at the hour of 1(1:00 o'clock
M. in the County Court Room in the
Court House In Roseburg, Douglas Coun-
Oregon. has been fixed as the time
and place for hearing objections, if any
Here be. to the final account filed by
the undersigned administratrix in the
above entitled court.
MILDRED BYERS EMBREE
Administratrix of the Estate
of Ray L. Byers, Deceased.
Lcla's Fur Shop
Gives
Free Storage
on
Fur Coat Re-Styling
or
Repairs
B I'M MONK
, XN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
DOUGLAS COUNTY
L. E GILLIAM and Edna GILLIAM: J
C A STEEL and PAULINE R. CASTHEL.
Plaintiffs.
vs.
ED BLACKWOOD; the unknown heirs
of A. Blackwood, deceased; MABLE
BERNICE SHOHT CONNER, also ail
other persons or parlies unknown
claiming any right, title, estate, lien
or interest in the real estate described
in tne complaint herein. Defendants.
TO: Ed Blackwood: the unknown heirs
of A. Blackwood, deceased: Mable
Bernlce Short Conner, alro all other
persons or parties unknown claiming
any right, title, estate, lien or interest
in the real estate described in the
complaint herein.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON you and each of you are
hereby required to appear and answer
the amended cgmplaint of plaintiffs
filed against you in the above entitled
court and cause on or before four '4
weeks from the 14th day of May, 1949,
that being the date of the first pub
lication of summons and if you fail to
so appear and answer said complaint
plaintifts for want thereof will apply
to the court for the relief Hem.-inHeri
in said amended complaint, a succinct
statement of which is as follows: That
it be decreed that plaintiffs are the
owners in lee and entitled to the nos
session of the following described real
properly, io-wii;
S'a. SWi. and SW, SE'' of Sec
tion 2: E'.a NE'i NE'4. E1, SW'
NE'i NE'4 of Section 32; NWl and
NW'j NE' of Section 33, all in
Township 21 South, Range 1 West,
Willamette Meridian in Douglas
County, Oregon, subject to the in
terest of one Donald P. Lane in
and to the timber upon said prem
ises. and that the right of possension and
title to said premise be forever quieted
in piainiins ana tnai it dc runner de
creed that any claim of the defendants
or either of them in cr to said premises
or any pari tnereoi is witnout lounaa
lion in law or in eauitv and that Dlain
tiffs are the owners in fee of said
premises and of the whole thereof free
from anv and all claim or interest of
said defendants or either of them of any
Kina or nature wnaisoever and t.iat
saui defendants and all Dersons claim.
ing by. through or under them or either
or tnem be lorever restrained and en
joined from asserting any right, title
or interest in or to said premises or any
pari meeroi ana ior sucn oiner anc
further relief as to the court shall ap
pear equitable.
i nis summons is served upon you
by publication once each week for four
successive weeks in the Ro.iehuri?
ruews-iieview, a newspaper oi general
circulation as provided by statute pub
lished and issued in Roseburg, Douglas
v-uuniy, Oregon,
B.v order ol the Hon. Car R w m.
berly, Judge of the above entitled court
maae on tne mtn day of May. 1049,
OHCUTT, LONG Si NEUNER.
Attorneys ior Plaintiffs,
Post Office Address;
Roseburg, Oregon.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
JJUUULAS LUUJNi Y
SUM .HONS
C. E. BANNING, Plaintiff,
vs.
JULIET LUKEY. The Unknown Heirs of
Mary F, Cornutt, Deceased, Also All
other persons or parties unknown
claiming any right, title, estate, lien
or interest in the real estate described
in the complaint herein. Defendants.
TO: JULIET LUKEY, The Unknown
Heirs of Mary F. Cornutt, Decensed,
Alto All Other Persons or parties Un
known Claiming any Right, Title, Es
tate, Lien or Interest in the Real
Eslate Decribed in the Complaint
herein, Defendants.
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON you and each of you are
hereby required to appear and answer
the complaint of plaintiff filed against
you in the above entitled court and
cause on or before four i4i weeks from
the 14th day of May, 1949., that being
the date of the first publication of this
summons and if you fail to so appear
and answer said complaint, plaintiff
for want thereof will apply to the court
for the relief demanded In said com
plaint, a succinct statement of which
is as follows: That it be decreed that
plaintiff is the owner in fee and en
titled to the possession of the follow
ing described real property, to-wit:
That part of the Southwest quar
ter (SW'-il of the Northeast Quarter
iNE1 of Section 13, Township 27 ;
South. Range 5 West of the Willam
ette Meridian in Douglas County, 1
Oregon, lying West of the North
Umpqua Highway, containing nine
(9) acres, more or less, subject to
a contract of sale entered into tae
tween plaintiff and one George .
Springer.
and that the right of possession and
title to said premises be forever quieted
in plaintiff- and that it be further de
creed that any claim of the defendants
or either of them in or to said prem
ises or any part thereof is without
foundation in law or In equity and that
plaintiff is the owner in fee of said
premises and of the whole thereof free
from any and all claim or interest of
said delendants or either of them, of
any Kina or nature wnatsoever, and
that said defendants and all persons
claiming by, through or under them or
either of them be forever restrained
and enjoined from asserting anv right,
title or interest in or to said premises
or any part thereof and for such other
and further relief as to the court shall
appear equitable.
This summons is served upon you
by publication once each week for four
4i successive weeks In the Roseburg
News-Review, a newspaper of general
circulation as provided by statute pub
lished and issued in Roseburg, Douglas
County, Oregon.
By order of the Honorable Carl E
Wlmberly, Judge of the above entitled
court made on the 9th day of May, 194!).
ORCUTT, LONG & NEUNER.
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Pot Office Address:
Roseburg, Oregon.
NOTICE OP SAI.fi OF HEAL
PROPERTY
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN That un
der and pursuant to an order of the
County Court of the State of OreKon for
DouKlns County, duly mnde and entered
of record in the matter of the estate of
Isnac McDonald, deceased, authorizing
the undersigned, as administrator of
said eslale, to sell the real property
hereinafter described: now, therefore,
I, CHARLES E. BROWN, administra
tor of the estate of haac McDonald,
deceased, will, at (he offices of George
i-uonia, u. s. national Bank Building.
HoseburR, Douglas County, Oregon, on
and after the Nth day of June, 19-I!.
offer for sale for cash in hand, subject
lo confirmation by the court, the fol
lowing described real property of said
estale. to-wit:
The Southwest quarter iSW) of
the Northeasl quarter iNE'i: the
West half iV'at of the Southeast
quarter (SE11: the Southeast quar
ter iSE't' of ihe Southeast quarter
iSE', Section 2, Township .11
South. Range 2 West ot the Willamette
Meridian.
ALSO THE FOLLOWING:
The East half of the Southwest
quarter tE'j of the SWU". of Sec
tion ;t5. Township M South, of
Range 2 West, of the Willamette
Meridian; and the Northwest quar
ter of the Northeast quarter iNW1
of the NE'i; and Lots 1, 2 and 3,
of Section 2. Township 3t South,
of Range 2 West, of the Willamette
Meridian in said county and state
that is Count of Douglas, State of
Oregon'.
CHARLES E. BROWN. Admin
istrator of the Estate of Isaac
A I c Don aid, Decea sed .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that Gordon
G. Carlson has been appointed admini
strator with the will annexed of the
estate of David A. Monroe, deceased.
All persons having claims against Ihe
said estate are required to present
them, with the proper vouchers, within
six months from the date of the tirjt
publication hereof, to the undersigned
at the I'mpqua Savings fe Loan Building.
Roseburg. Oregon.
Dated and fust published this 14th day
of May, lav
Gordon G Carlson
Administrator with the Will
Annexed of the Estate of
David A. Monroe, Deceased.
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IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON FOR
DOUGLAS COUNTY
In the Matter of the Estate
NILS NICKELS'ON, Deceased.
TO: El'a Nicitehon. Ruth E Bowser,
Eileen M Boten, Jane E. Nickelson,
Heirj at Law of Nil Nickelson, de
racri' and to all other luirs un
known, if any such there be. of said
Nils Nickebon. deceased. GREETING:
IN THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
OREGON: You are hereby cited and
required to appear in the County Court
of the State of Oregon for Douglas
County in the" courtroom thereof with
in ten 1 10i days from the service of
this citation upon you if served m
Douglas County, Oregon, within twenty
i2Ui days from the service of this cita
tion upon you if served within any
niiier enuntv In the Slate of Oregon
and within twenty-eight 28i days from
the 7th dav of May, 1349. that being
the first date of the first publication
of this citation, if served by publica
tion, then and there to show cause, if
any exists, whv an order of this court
should not De maae amnorizing me u'
rnini.-imiriy tn sell the followins de
scribed real property of said estate for
the purpose of paying the claims against
said estate, expenses of administration
and for distribution, and because said
property does not have rental income
at this time, all as prayed for in the
petition of said administratrix iwea in
this court:
An undivided one-half f'a inter
est ir and to the following real
property situated in Qoulaa Coun
ty. State of Oregon, to-wit:
Beginning at a point on the North
right-of-way of the Pacific Highway
U. S. 99, from which point the '
corner between Sections 11) and 15,
Township 28 South Range 6 West of
Willamette Meridian, bears North
47J 54' West, feet. Thence
South 41 5B West, 236.3 feet along
the North right-of-way of said High
way. Thence North 63" 36' West.
413.8 feet; thence North 41" 38'
East, 259.9 feet; thence South 60
24' East, 414.6 feet to the place of
beginninz containing 2.3 acres,
more or less, in Section 15, Town
shio 28 South. Range 6 West of Wil
lamette Meridian, Douglas iCounty,
Orifon,
WITNESS the Honorable D. N.Busen
bark, County Judge of the County Court
of the State of Oregon for Douglas
County, with the seal of said Court
affixed this 4th day of May, 1949.
D. N. BUSENBARK,
County Judge.
ATTEST; s ROY AGEE.
' County Clerk.
'SEAL OF COURT)
Date of first publication: May 7, 1949.
Date of last publication: June 4. 1949.
NOTICE FOR KIDS FOR SCHOOL
BONDS OF SCHOOL DISTRICT NO
19-C ALSO KNOWN AS NO, 19.
DOUGLAS COl'NTY, OREGON
NOTICE IS HEREBY Given that the
undersigned will, up to 7:30 o'clock
P. M. on the 8th day of June. 1949. re
ceive at the high school building in the
Town of Myrtle Creek, Oregon, sealed
bids for the purchase of negotiable 'se
rial coupon bonds of School District No
19-C, also known as School District No.
19. of Douqlas County, Oregon, in the
sum of $130,000.00. Said bonds will be
in denominations of 51. 000.00 each, all
dated June 15, 1949, and maturing the
tirst twelve il-ii oonas in numuer on
the 15th day of June, 1951 , and twelve
'12i succeeding bonds in number on the
15th day of June of each and every
year thereafter up to and including the
15th day of June, 19G5. Said bonds shall
draw interest at the rate to be speci
fied by tne successful bidder, payable
semi-annually on December 15th and
June 15th. and the principal and in
terest shall be payable at the office of
the Treasurer of Douslas County, Ore-
, or at the fiscal aeency of the
State of Oregon in the City and Stntt
of New York', at the option of the pur'
chaser.
All bids must be aceomoanied bv (
certified check payable to School Dis
trict no. of Doueias County, Ore
gon, in an amount equal to 5' of the
bid. to be forfeited to the school dis
trict in case the successful bidder shall
fail to complete the purchase of said
bonds in accordance with the terms of
his bid.
Said bids shall he opened at a public
meeting of the school board to be held
in the hi Gh .school buildine in the
Town of M.vrtle Creek in said d strict
on the 8th day of June, 1949, at 7:30
o ciock r. m., or at any legal adjourn
ment of said meeting, and the bonds
;hall be sold bv tne board to the
highest and best bidder but for not less
than par and accrued interest. The
board reserves the right to reiect anv
and all bids, and to readvertise the
le of said bonds.
Bv order of the Bnnrri of Directors
of School District No. 19-C, also known
as No. 19, of Douglas County, Oregon.
1'. H. r-KUKHLlCH,
District Clerk of School
District No. 19-C, also
known as No. 19. of
Douglas County, Oregon.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Notice is hersbv civen that Ihe un
dersigned executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of James II. Hays, de
ceased, has filed her final account in
the County Court of the State of Ore
gon for Douglas County and said court
nas appointed Tuesday, June 14, Iy4!,
at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon in the
County Court Room in the Court Houre
in Roseburg, Douglas County, Oregon,
as Ihe lime and place for hearing ob
jections, if any. to said account.
DATED Mav 14, 1!14.
MERLE DOERTNG. Executrix
of the Last Will and Testa
ment of James H. Hayes, De
ceased. N O T IC V. TO CREDITORS
ALL persons having claims against
the estate of William Earle Bard, de
ceased, now pending in the County
Court of Douglas County. Oregon, are
hereby notified to present the same,
verified as required by law. to the un
dersigned at the office of Getldes &
Felker. Attorneys, Roseburg. Oregon,
within six months from the date hereof.
.Dated and first published this 14th
day of May, l!4f.
LEO SPARKS
Administrator of the Estate
of William Earle Bard, de-
ceased
Notice "of" final hearing;
NOTICE HEHEBY IS GIVEN that June
t4, 1!49 at the hour of 10 o clock A. M
In the County Court room of the Court
House in Hoseburg. 0uglas County.
Oregon has been fixed as the time and
Elace for hearing objections, if any there
e, to the final account filed by the
undersigned executor in the above en
tilled court in the Estate of Grant
Smith, deceased.
IVAN G. PICKENS
Executor of the Estate of
Grant Smith, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ALL persons having claims against
the estate of Melissa M, Mctzger, de
ceased, now pending in the County
Court of Douglas County. Oregon, are
hereby notified to present the same,
verified as required by law. to the
undersigned at the office of Geddes &
Felker, Attorneys. Roseburg, Oregon,
within six ti months from the date
hereof.
Dated and first published this 14th
day of May. 1!M.
CLAUDE TRUEMAN
Administrator of the Estate
of Melissa M. Metzger, de
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NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING
Notice is heieby given that the un
dersigned executor and exeiutnx oi
the estate of Emma Howard, deceased
have f;led their final account in the
County Court of the State of Oregon
for Douglas County and said court has
appointed Tuesday. June 14, 1949. at
1U00 oclock in the forenoon in the
County Court Room in the Court House
In Roseburg, Douglai County. Origon,
as the time and place for hearing ob
jections, if any, to said account.
DATED May 14. 1949
HARDY'' O HOWARD, execu
tor, and EVA H- STRUBLE,
exccuirix. of the Last Will
and Testament of Emma How
ard. Deceased;
NOTICE OF UNAL SETTLEMENT
The underjisned administrator of the
estate of James Hamilton Adams, de
ceased, has filed in the County Court
of Douglas County, Oregon, the final
account of his administration, and the
Court has fixed Tuesday. June 21, 1949.
at 10 o'clock a.m. as the time, and tne
Countv Court room in the court house
in Roseburg. Oregon, as the place, for
hearing objections, if any. to said final
account or to the settlement of said
estate.
Dated May 14th, 1949.
LEVI E. WHITE. Administra
tor of the Estate of Jamei
Hamil tonAdajms, DecMeU
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against the
estafe of John F. Morris, deceased, now
pending in the County Court of Doup
las County, Oregon, are hereby notified
to present the same, duly verified a
required bv law, to the undersigned at
the law offices of George Luoma, U. S.
National Bank Building. Roseburg. .Ore
gon, w'ithin six 161 months from the
date of the first publication ,of this
notice. . J , ,
GEORGE LUOMA, Adminis
trator of the Estate of John
F. Morris, Deceased.
Date of first publication April 30, 1949.
NOTICE OF FINAL HEARING
NOTICE HEREBY is given that Mav
31. 1949, at the hour of 10:00 oclock
M. in the t-oumy court noom at ine
Court House in Roseburg. Douglas
County, Oregon, have been fixed ai the
time and place for hearing objections,
if any there be, to the final account
filed by the undersigned administrators
In the above mentioned court
Dated and first published this 30tn
day of April, 1949.
the estate oi aaoie unyoi
deceased.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE Ur UKtiiun r jn
DOUGLAS COUNTY
CITATION
In the Matter of the Estate
of
CHARLES WILLIAM MILNE, Deceased.
TO: Doris Leota Thrasher, Elizabeth
Maxine Milne ana h.ennetn ueorge
Milne and to all other heirs known
or unknown, if any there be.
IV THE NAME OF THE STATE OF
n-awr.nN vnn nr herebv cited and re
quired to appear in the above entitled
matter within four weeks from the date
of the first publication of this Citaton,
to snow cause n any exist, wn.v
following described real property of the
estate of Charles William Milne, to-wit:
One-quarter interest m the follow
ing described property: The South
one-half iS'ji of the Northeast one
quarter iNE'-ii Section 10, Town
ship 30 South, Range 3 West of the
Willamette Meridian, Douglas Coun
tv. State of Oregon.
should not be sold, as prayed for In
the petition filed by Bert McCoy, ad
ministrator of the estate of Charles Wil
liam Milne, deceased, at private sale
and for cash for the purpose of paying
the expenses of the administration and
tor ine purpose oi nisiriouiion.
WITNESS the Honorable D. N. Busen
bark, Judge of the above entitled Court,
with the seal of said Court affixed thii
26th day of April, 194n.
D. N. BUSENBARK,
County Judge.
Attest:
s ROV AGEE,
County Clerk.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against the
estate of Jilya Bogdanovich, alias John
Smith, deceased, now pending in the
County Court of Douglas. County, Oregon,
are hereby notified to present the
same, duly verified as required by law,
to the undersigned at the law offices
of George Luoma, U. S. National Bank
Building. Roseburg. Oregon, within six
(6) months from the date of the first
publication of this notice.
Date of first publication: April 23, 194!).
H. C. STEARNS. Administra
tor of the Estate of Jilya
Bogdanovich. alias John
Smith, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against the
Estate of Rodney Errol Smith, deceased,
now pending in the County Court In
Douglas County, Oregon, are hereby
notified to present the same, verified
as required by law. to the undersigned
at the offices of Orcutt. Long & Neuner,
Attorneys, Roseburg, Oregon, within six
months from April 30th. iy4f).
GETTA-VOILET F. SMITH,
Executrix of the Last Will and
Testament of Rodney Errol
Smith, Deceased.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF OREGON. FOR
DOUGLAS COUNTY
NOTICE
In the, Matter of the Estate
of
HARRY BREMNER DOLLAR, Deceased.
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN that the
undersigned, executrix in th above en
titled matter, has filed herein her final
report and account, and that Tuesday,
May ill, 1940, at 9:30 o'clock A. JVi. at
the courthouse in the city of Roseburg,
in said county, has been fixed by th
above named court as the time and
place for hearing objections to said
final account and for the examination
and allowance thereof.
Dated: Anril :it)th. lf)49.
ESSIE B. DOLLAR. Executrix.
NEFF & FROHNMAYEH,
Mcdford, Oreg.
Attorneys for Executrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice Is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed executrix
of the Last Will and Testament of Marv
Elizabeth Pryor. All persons having
claims against her estate are notified to
present the same verified as required
by law to the undersigned executrix at
the law office of Dexier Rice in Ump
qua Savings fc Loan Building, Roseburg
Douglas County. Oregon, within six
months from the date of this notice
DATED Anril 30, 1049
ANNA ELIZABETH ALLEN.
Executrix of the Last Will
and Testament of Mary Eliza
beth Pryor, Deceased.
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