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Yuma Weekly Sun, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1940, Yuma, Arizona THE NEWSPAPER THAT GOES HOME T WEEKLY S And THE YUMA EXAMINER EVERYTHING IN YUMA REVOLVES VOUNDTHESUN VOLUME YUMA, ARIZONA. FRIDAY. JUNE 21. 1940 Legal Advertisement forenoon of that front door of the No. OS175. Sheriffs Notice of Sale of Real Estate Under Judg- ment and Decree of Foreclosure. In The Superior Court of The Slate of Arizona In And for The (gj South, Counly of Yuma. Arthur Tonge- (23) West, land and Marion Tongcland, Hus- band and Wife, Plaintiff, Vs. C. C. Grill also known as Casper C. Grill, plso known as C. Charles Grill, and Roberta Grill, husband mid wife; Western States D6vc- lopincnt Investment Corpora- linn, a corporalion, John One; John Two; Mary One; Mary Two: and. John One Company, a corp- oration. Defendants. Whereas in the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County nf Yuma. in the above entitled ant cause, the above namct plaintiffs Arthur Tongcland am Marion Tongclaml, obtained and recovered on Ihe 20lh day of May 1010 11 judgment of foreclosure and sale, in and by which judg- iiu-iit said plaintiffs recovered judgment, against the defendants C. C. Grill, also known as Casper C. Grill also known as C. Charles 1 Grill and Roberta Grill, husband ami wife, for the sum of Four Thousand and (J4.000.0CI) Dollars, together with interest tlicicoii. at Ihe rale of tnv. per cent per annum from Ihe liJIh day of May 1935 until paid, ami for the further sum of Two Hundred and IS200.00) for said special execution, 1 am com-1 mndcU to sell the following de- scribed premises and property sit- uated in the County of Yuma, Slate of Arizona, to-wit: South- east Quarter of Section Twenty-six (26) Township Nine Range Twenty-three Gila and Salt River 13a.sc and Meridian. Public No- tice Is Hereby Given, that on Sat- urday the 6th day of July, IIMO. at the hour of o'clock in the day. at the Yurna County Court House in the Cily of Yuma, County of Yuma, Slate of AH v.ona, I will in obedience to Kai er annum from Mny 20th. 1040. mill paid, and all accruing costs, ncluding costs of sale, together with a foreclosure of plaintiff's ncrlgagc lien as against "ach and all of said defendants, C. C. Grill and Roberta Grill, husband and wife, Western States Development and Investment Corporation, a corporation. I.ouis P. Peterson and Dora H. Peterson, husband and wife. Charles O. Lundquist and with all accruing costs and ex- penses of sale. Dated at Yuma, Arizona, this 13th day of June, 1040. T. H. Newman. Sheriff of Yuma County, Slate of Arizona. By W. S. Ingalls. Deputy Sheriff. Weekly, June 14, 21. July J 67-40. attorneys fees together with tiff' vs' C C' Gri" plaintiffs costs of suit incurred in Ihe amount of 520.8? with Inter-, mcnl c nllion. a t-sl on the last two Items ill the' rate six per cent per an- num fiom -May 2Dlh 1SMO until paid, and sill accruing costs, in- cluding costs of sale, together with a foreclosure of plaintiff's niort- lien as nga-'nsl each and all defendants C. C. Grill, al Roberta Grill, husband and wife: Western States Development and Invest- corporation: Louis P Pelernrxi and Dora H. Peterson, husband and vifo; Char- les O. I.ur.'Jciuist and ..'.me Due husband and wife: John Jane Doe Luudquist. husband and wife, upon the premises and prop> crly liereinaftei described, said mortgage lien being under and by virtue of those certain mortgages bearing dale the HUh day of May. 1035, and duly filed for record in lhi> office of the Counly Recorder of Yurna County, Arizona, and re corded therein in Book 42 of Mort- at pages 298 and 299 there- of: and Whereas, a Special Ex- ecution and Order of sale upon judgment and decree of fore.- closure and sale was duly issued 'Mil of said Superior Court in said cause on the 13th day of June, HMO; and Whereas, in and by said Judgment and decree of foreclos-' ura and sale, and in find by sjwcial execution. I am command- ed to sell the following described premises and property situated in the County of Yuma. State of Ari- zona, to-wit: The Northeast Quar- ter of Section Hllcvcn (11) of Township Nine (9) South, Range Twenty-two (22) West, Gila and Salt River Base and Mer- idian, and All of Section Fifteen US) of Township Nine (9) South, Range Twenty-two (22) West. G'l.i and Salt River Base and Meridian. Public Notice Is Hcio- by Given, that on Saturday, the Oth day cf July. IMO at the hour of o'clock in the forenoon of Uvil. day. at the front door o( the Yuma County Court House in Probate Case File No. NOTICE TO CKKDITORS In the Superior Court of tho Slate of Arizona, in and for Yuinu Counly. In the Mailer of the Kstalc of James Daniel Wirt, sometimes known as J. D. Wirt. Deceased. Notice Is Hereby -Given by Ihe undersigned, Chas. M. Hindman. Executor the estate cf James pciior Court of Counly, State of Arizona, and answer the complaint therein filed with the Clerk of said court, at. Yuma, In said County, within twenty (20) days after service of this sum- mons you, if service is with- in the County, and in all other cases within thirty (30) days thereof ter--the time above men- tioned being exclusive of the day ot service or judgment by de- fault will be rendered against you for the relief demanded in Ihe complaint. Given under my hand and the seal of said Court this 12th day of June. 1910. S. Mont Clerk. I3y Willartl Dan- fcl Deputy. Clement H. Olman. Attorney for Plaintiff. lard Dnniel. Deputy Clerk. Weekly. June J4, 21, 28, July 5 80-40. Address: Arizona. 18 Second Strcel, Yuma. Daniel Wirt. sometimes known as I J. n. Wirt. deceased, lo the crcd- 21 2g j itors of and having claims against saltl1 deceased, lo exhibit such claims with the nec- essary vouchers within ten months after the first publication of this notice to said Executor at the of- fice of his attorney, William H- Weslcver, 190 Madison Ave., Yuma, Arizona. CHAS. M. HINDMAN Executor of the estate nf James Daniel Wirt. sometimes known aj J. D; Win deceased. Wccltly. June 11. 21, 6 40. One: John Two: Mary One; Mary Two; and John One Company, a I the City of Yuma. of corporation. Defendants. Where-' 28. July 5 No. 10043. Summons. In the Civil A.ction. File No. 10012 In the Superior Court of the Slate of Arizona, in and for the County of Yuma. Harry Zander, Plaintiff, vs. Minnie Mae Stewart, Defendant. The State of Arizona to Ihe above named de- fendant, Minnie Mae Stewart: Yol Ate Hereby Summoned ami re- quired to appear in the alxivc en knew Wee: 81-10. 27- iver aA x, -e kly. 7 j Probate Case File No. 1738 XOTIC'K TO CKKDITOHS In the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for Yuma County. In the Matter of the Estate of OLIVER JESS LOVETT, some- times known as O. J. Lovcll, De- enseu. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned. Waldine T. l.ovett. Executrix of the estate of Oliver Jess Ixn-ctl, sometimes known as O. J. Lovett, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against said deceas- ed, to exhibit such claims with the locessary vouchers within ten months after the first publication nf Ibis notice lo said Executrix at shr office of her atlorney. William H. Westover. 100 Madison Ave., Yuma, Arizona, which office she selects as her place of business in al! matters pertaining to said es- tate. Dated this first day of Publica- tion June 28. lfl-10. WALDIN'E T. LOVETT 1" ft ..ics .Courtright; John One; John-Two; "'deceased. Mary One; Mary Two; and John uiy 5, 12, One Company, a corporalion. YOU ARE HEREBY SUM- MONED and required to appear and defend in the. above entitled action in Ihe above entitled court, within TWENTY DAYS, exclusive of the day of service, after serv- ice of this summons upon you it served within the State of Ari- zona, or within THIRTY DAYS, exclusive of the (lay "C service, if served without the State of Ari- zona, and you are hereby notified in case you fail so to do, No. 10050 SUMMONS In the Superior Courl of Yuma Counly. State of Arizona. Charles N. Flint and Mary Eliz- abeth Flint, husband and wife. Plaintiffs, vs. Blanche K. Hixon. widow cf George C. HSxon: Un- known Heirs of Blanche K. Hix- on. deceased: Unknown Heirs of George C. Hixon, deceased; Sara that M. Hixon. Unknow Sara M. Hixon, decca: Horan: Ramona Vollstcad; Heirs of judgment, by default will be rcn.l- "ased C ercd against you for Ihe relief tie- Wong I mantled in the complaint. Soon; Chin Que; C. L. Courtright: 1 The name and address L-f plaml- County ofliffs' attorney is. Clement H. Col- John Two: man. IS Second Street. Yuma, Statc of Arizona: Yuroa; John One. ti'.led action brought against you Admim'stiatrix of tne Estate ot in the Superior Coui I of the known us Casper C. Grill, also I J5lalc of Arizona in and for the Charles Grill I County of Yuma. in the above cn- kno-.vn as C. Roberta drill. husband and wife ninl Western Stales Development mid Investment Corporation, a corporation, upon the premises unil property herein after describ- ed. said mortgage lien being under mid by virtue of that certain mortgage bearing dale the Uth uf Mny 1335 and duly filed for record in the office of the County Recorder of Yuma County. and recorded therein in -12 of Mortgages, at page 300 thereof: and Whereas, a Special Execution and Order of sale upon said judgment and decree of fore- and sale was duly issued out of said Superior Court in said Yuma. Stale of Arizona. I will in obedience to said special execution Superior Com I of Yuma Counly, Slalc of Arizona. Charles N. Klint and Mary Elizabeth Flint, husband and wife. Plaintiffs, vs. Marcia K. Sullivan, formerly Mar- cia K. Townscnd: HaywarU Lum- ber and Investment Company, -a corporation; E. K. Sanguinetti, nml K. F. nanpuinctU. Executor of the Eel ale cf Li'ah B. Sanguinolti, dccra.s'.d: .Jessie James liird; Slate' s hciewilli served upon y.u. within thirty days aftei snvit.- uf this summons ant! rom- iil.iint upon you is complete, th: li' in kbove mentioned being ex- clusive of the day of service. II -vr.-i fail lo do so. judgment by de- will be tal'.cn against you 'fov relief liniinndrd in the Given under my hand ar I tht- real of the Superior Courl of :he Stale of Arizona in and for tl'e County of Yuma. this 12th day i of June. '1040. S. Mcni Smilh Mary One; Mary and John One Company, a corporation, De- fendants. THE STATE OF ARIZONA tc the above named defendants; rjounty of Blanche K. Hixon, widow of j June. "lEHO. George C. Hixon: unknown heirs of Blanche K. Hixon. deceased: j (Seal) unknown heirs'of George C. Hix- on. deceased: Sara M. Hixon. un- i known heirs of Sara M. Hixon. do-' ceased: W. C. Horan: Ramona I Weekly, .lu Vollstond: Wong Soon: C. L. I 83-10. man. Arizona. GIVEN under my hand and the seal of the Superior Court of the Siale of Arizona, in and for Ihe Yuma. Ihis 20 day of S MONT SMITH, Clerk. AL. SOLOMON. Deputy Clcrli. :e 21. 28, July 0, MEET YOUR NEW ELECTRIC RANGE for 1940 ELECTRODAY IN MODERN ELECTRIC RANGES VUU IJJ i iirii i'n the Su- LCiork of Superior Do You Agree with The Candidates? 1940 Electric RANGE SANGUiNETTI'S PRESENTS 1940's BEST BUYS! ange BUY I RCA VICTOR DELUXE CONSOLE HJiiitt-n fl-Tiilics with Sprrial Over- seas Din! (hi't spreads foreign stiiliims 20 times for bnllrr, otaircr reception. This model has nn R. V. stage for riittlnjr nu( iiitrrfo.rrinp siatinns, mi extra largo speak- er provides lone. 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