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Ada Weekly News, The (Newspaper) - June 25, 1936, Ada, Oklahoma CR i. Of JJ.KAT; T? IIY WITH I'KAlSlSMEXT. V.NDEIl EXEOli- NO. 1 1H Whereas there wan Isaued out of the Di-Srict Court of Pont-Otoe county. Oklahoma, on the 2ith day of May. 1936. nn alias exocut on dl- rectcd to me '.ho undersifined sher- Iff of JPontotoc county. Oklahoma. commanding mo to upon op- praise and mill the following crlbod real and the interest therein, to-wlt. An undivided (10) acres of L the surface and undivided A two and ono-half (24) of the minerals In ftnd under the r> following described real estate. West Hulf of Southwest Quarter ot Northeast Quarter of Section Town- nil I p Five (5) North. Range Five (5) East; and. All of tho Klshty (SO) acre sur- face'of the East Half of the Southeast Quarter of Section .Thirty-one Township Hvo (5) North. Hanso Five (5) East: and nn undivided one-half Inter- cut In anil to tho mineral... bo.- IIIR ton (10) acres undivided In- 1 In and under the North Half of. Southeast nuartcr of Southeast n u a t o r. Section Tblrty-one Township Jive (I) North. Itnnpo five (5) nil situated in Pontotoc Oklahoma. honin. mi the day of 153.1. In favor of Harry C. Wlscinan and a? nccrucd nnd accruing. And whereas 1 hove levied upon said described h.reby o'clock In the afternoon of salrt ila> nt tho eolith front door of the W Court Mouse in Ada, Pontotoc .-mint" Oklahoma, offer said prop- rrtvf.ir.iilc. at public auction, to ihn h'Khest binder, for cash nni. will sell so much thereof nt sai or said petition will be taken us true anil confessed, anil judemen will ba rendered determining w li are. the heirs of I'araleo Clark, do ceased, and Albert Clark, deceased and it further Judgment will b rendered against you quieting t h j-lKht, title, interest nnd posscssioi of the plaintiff In and to that reii property and premises, described I tho said petition, situate In I'onto loc county, state of Oklahoma, an described ns follows, to.wit: an undivided six-fifteenths (G-lSths) Interest In tho South- east Quarter l.i) ot Northeast Quarter (i) of Section Thlrty- fivo Township Four (-1) North. UiinfW Five (j) East, containing forty C-IO) acres more or less, nnd tho court will find ami atljudp; that you do not have any richt, till or Interest In and to said real cstut" or any part thereof, and that it wi ho further adjudged and decreed b tho court that Aaron Clark Is no owner In fee simple of said roi estate, and that tho prctetirtod cluii or claims of the said defendants wl bo cancelled and held for nn.uir.iit, ami that said defendants, and each of them, have no right, title or in- terest In anil to the real property herein described, and that the title of the plaintiff thereto will be quieted In him and the cloud on said title will be removed. Dated this l-lth dny of May. 3.D3G. (SEAL) Court Clerk Attorney for Plaintiff Sheriff of Pontococ County, Okla. Bv CLAUDE STURDTVANT, Xlndcrahcriff H.MTRELI, KETVR, Utorneys for I'nyne Co' No. M.2S5 NOTICE BV 1'UIO.ICATIOX the District Court In and for Pontotoc county, Oklahoma Ethel L. Diamond, Plaintiff Roberts, et al, defendants The state of Oklahoma to the un- tnown heirs, executors. administra- .ors. devisee's, trustees and .inincdiate and remote, of u. K. Roberts, deceased: Take notice that you have been vied In the above .'named court b> the plaintiff. Ethel U Diamond, al- iening that more than three yeurs huv-fl elapsed since the death of W n Roberts, deceased, who died In- testate a-resident of Pontotoe coun- ty Oklahoma, and that there has been no decree of the county court of Pontotoc county. Oklahoma which had jurisdiction to admlnlstet upon his estate wherein it was judi- cially determined who by name are or were all of the particular per- sons entitled to participate in the distribution of tho following des- cribed real estate owned hy the saia W. T1. Roberts at tho tlmo of nis death, to-wlt: The Southwest Quarter or the Northcii.it quarter, and the South halt of Southeast quarter of Northeast quarter of Section .5. Township 3 North. Rnmre S Ksst. Pontotoc county. Okla- homa, under the law ot succession in the state of Oklahoma, and tna. he snid plaintiff. Ethel L. Diamond Is the owner by conveyance from the known heir of the snic! ji Roberts, of tho entire fee simpl title to sniil lands, unless th" namec defendants be decreed to have ni Interest therein by nvison of conveyance from said known heir and plaintiff seeks lo have judlcui.1.: determined In this ictlon vnri >us heirs at law of snlil crts deceased, and the portion c part which each of the heirs 1.1 en titled to take In said real under the laws of sliccssion in th state of Oklahoma, quieting the titl of said plaintiff nnd said named do fendants In event they be decree to have acnuirad an Interest 1n sni lands by reason of proper convey mice through said known heir, an that vou must answer the petltio fili-d 'her.-in by said plaintiff on o bcforo the ITth day of July. 1330 or snld petition will he. tnkcn true nnd n judgment for snld p am tiff accordingly ns prayed will w Pntoil 'this 3rd dny of June. 103C (SEAL) ,t KERR. BRDFORD, Court Cler'.. Attorneys for Plaintiff. E--I--H In The District' Court of Pontotoc County; State' of National'Bank, and.-Trust Company- of Oklahoma City, a Corporation, Plaintiff. V T. SheKon-- Clara 3J. Shelton: R. M Briscoe; Noweta Moore Blco- soV George Bledsoe; Jim Bledsoe; Caroline Bledsoe; the- unknown helm.- .executors, trustees nnd assigns or Cora Tnmsle Heflln. deceased: F. F Brydia; the unknown heirs, executors, administrators, devi- sees. trJStees and assigns of W. H.. McKclvy. deceased; J. C. Cowart, or If :.i dead, his unknown heirs, executors; administrators, devisees, trustees and assigns; V- E. Campbell, or if he is dead, his unknown heirs, executors, ad- ministrators, devisees. trustee and assigns; W. D. Aycock, he is dead, his unknown executors administrators. trustees and assigns: Kan 1C heirs, .HeCf, ll n.j.'-n Avcoclt: Oklahoma State Bank Ada, Oklahoma, a orporatio.i; Eva Williams; George S. AVlll ams. Myrtle Adkins. nee Williams: arid M.innle U Williams, ns executrix of the W A. deceased; The Pa'schall Investment company. corporation; Helen Murr Brown; .mines Perry Bledsoe. Bledsoe and Marion Hoyt Bledsoe, minors; the unknown heirs, devisees, executors, adminmtrs.- tors; trustees and assigns of Harrison _Bled.ioe, deueascd: Mrs Mr. and Mrs. A. W. ilcKeel, sooth ot city, have as a guest their son Burl of 'Colorado. Albert XlcKcel, another son wno has been visiting them, left the iirst of the week lor his home In California. D. J. McCallum fcTid Morter Forber, oil operators, left Thurs- day for their home in Tyler, Tex., spending the past three day? in Ada attending to business in- terests. Mr. and Mrsi Euch Jfathis left. Wednesday lor Monroe, where they -were called by the death of Mr.. Mathis' brother. (Frnm Friday'i DaibO Mr. and Mrs. L- W. Ely have re- turned to their home in Oklahoma City after visiting friends and attending to' business in Ada the past'two days. Bledsoe (whose Riven mime unknown to P.ichard Bledsoe: Fred Bledaoe; Delmas Bledsoe; Harry Bledsoe: Odessa Kcndriek, nee Bledaoe; and the unknown heirs, executors, ad- ministrators, devisees. trustees and assigns of Ge.orge Bledsoe, de- defendants. XOTICK OK IIEVIVOII No. 32.407 The unknown Ldministrator.v Devisees. Trustees nd Assijrns of George Bledsoe, de- icascd. will take notice that the ibove named plaintiff has filed its in the above styled and num- bered cause seeklne; to revive at'.O se in the names of the lie'r-i of Uljt of the defendants, namaly. Georffe now deceased, such icira being Mrs. George Bledsne whose given name Is unknown 10 Kichard Bledn'je. 1 Jledsoc Delnias Bledsoe. ,-inrry Bledsoe. Odessa Kcndriek. nee j-Jlccl- 10 and the unknown Heirs. rs, Administrators, Devisees. Trua- <.cs and Assigns of George Juceased: nnd that aaid-motion will in hnord before the Judge i.nc District Court of L'oncotoc couiit.y, n JORDAN By Frank A. Chilsnn. for Plaintiff. B-U-H-.v NOT 1C I': OK SAI.I3 OK UKA1, iVci'To'u OltCUAnoIAN In the matter of the estate of B. E. Hennigan. deceased. Notice Is hereby given in pur- suunce of an order of the county Court of the County of state of Oklahomii. innde on the Win dflv of June, 3930. thft uiidorsisneti ndininlstratrix ot the estate of li. Mennlgnn. deceased, at pub- lic auction bidder subject to confirmiitioii by court on Fridtiy, ihc 10th day of estate stti Julv. A. D, J'JSi: at 0 clock p. m. at County Court Room, in the city of Ada, romotoc county, Okluhomn. all th" riRlit. title and Interest o: said B. E. HenniK.-ir., deceased, m and to the lollowlric described tatu situated in Pontotoc county. lite Of OklnhoniH. to-wit: _ The NEi ot Section Tsortn, 5 Hast, and the and tin- SE1 of Section 3D. the NWJ the NWJ a! NM of SWi of .Section 31. Township S North, TCunjfe 6 Bust, a tract con tain Ins- S10 acres, more or less, situated in Pontotoc conn- tv Oklahoma. Ten! estate will be sold upon the following terms and conditions For cash In hand upon confirmr.- the Jfllh of H'SG. GRACE HKXN1GAN, Adnilnistralrix Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Payne and Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Payne of Chattanooga, Tenn., are visiting Mrs. Henry Guinn, SOI South Johnston. Both Mr. .Paynes are brothers of Mrs. Guinn. Mrs. H. T. Chauncey and chil- _rcn Marilyn Hope, Troy LaMerle and Houston Eershel of Seminole are week end guests in the home of Mrs. Chauncey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rayburn, 322 East Seventeenth. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Hatcher an- nounce the birth of a 7 3-4.pound son Thursday night, June 18. The baby has been named Kichard Mc- Master Stevenson Hatcher. Mrs. Ina Odell. st.-il.e recording secretary of the Business and Professional Women, day eveniuc for Cedar Vale at Turner Falls, where she will at- tend a'two day school of instruc- tion 1'or officers of the club. Mrs. M. F. West and son Glen- dale returned Friday evening from a fortnight's visit in Houston, Galveston and Livingston, Texas. At the latter place they visited Mr. and Mrs. Lyle West and in Houston were RUests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Schwab. ported in a very serious condi- tion. Inetta Laiidon'.speat'Saturday light with .Moielle Cavener. Mr. and iVfrs. VirgleJFarmer .and Children.- ot -'Allen' .spent "unda-y" with her-parents, Mr.- and W. Isaacs. J. Leola rest'and. Troy Shackleford Attend- ed a musical 'in the Vauoss com- muaity-Saturday night.-' Gene Gideon took- Sunday din- ner with Ruby Dryden. Mr; and Mrs.'Elmo Miner and daughter Nadine- spent'' Sunday with her parents Mr. and -.Mrs. C. A. Pennirigton.. Mrs; J. W. Isaacs is on.the-sick 1st at this --writing. Ruby Dryden visited Mrs. Vir- ile Fennhigton Friday horning. Ralph Brendle and Mozelle Cav- ener took Sunday-dinner .with inetta Land on. Howard-Wood-visited his par- ents Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Wood Monday tnorning. Mr.-and Mrs. E. C. Cavener and children vial ted-in the L. .T. Mit- chell home'Thursday night. George Golden spent last week with -his uncle Mr. Braggs at Kound Top: hd Mrs. N. Lamb spent Thursday afternoon 'in the. E, C. Cavener home, they spent the night- with his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. ..Lamb.' 'Every one remember the -sing- ing--convention at this' place the second Sunday in July. Everyone is invited to come and bring some one with you. OBITUARY JOHN M. HAYXER lit Jotm M. Hayner III, 5, son of Mrs. Marjorie Norris Hayner, Ada, died at p. m. Wednesday at tht home. Funeral services were held Thursday at 4 p. m: n.t the home with Rev. Claude Sayre, rector ot St. Luke's Episcopal, officiating. Burial in liosedale cemetery, Cris- Funeral Home in charge. John was the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. I3. A. Norris of Ada.
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