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Fergus Falls Daily Journal (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Fergus Falls, Minnesota Tage to Wop of j to Falt tinn Patty a Dur a saturday Jan. 25, 1258 lord action Iii ramp a hearing draws protest Railroad seeks to Mer Jfe jobs Al Small stations Redwood Falls a atty Gen. Lord came under tire from two members of the Minne it to Railroad a n d warehouse commission at a thursday hear-.n4 Here on proposed consolidation if station agents jobs along the d Mea Polis amp St. Louis Railroad. The statements came after Roarn j. S ten ate special assistant a pointed by lord. Supported a notion by the brotherhood of dread t Clag to pliers that the. Action be dismissed. Quot we will not accept such an a amen live retorted e. W. Lund sitting in As hearing in absence of Paul r. I As in Ussen. "i1 is tile commission s Job to. Decide this Issue not the attorney Senora is. I Petersen second com Missimi member sitting in at the hearing said that a never in Beng Public career have i seen nothing like a the attorney Peterson went on. A is supposed to give Mega advice to the commission. �4t is not his Job to enter it As a Carl c. Scheuble in. Amp St. Superintendent said the Road proposed to consolidate jobs of agents at Fairfax Franklin North tic d w Ood Del h i Echo Wood Lake a and Haney Falls Hazel run in the interests of Economy with resultant layoffs for four agents. Opposing witnesses included g. T. Leighty president of the telegraphed so Union. The Railroad and the Chicago 4k North Western is proposing some too agent consolidations. The commission heard two Days of testimony tuesday and wednesday also concerning the Amp St. L., at new Ulm. Lord had announced Early in Che week that he was intervening in both roads applications a in the interest of the states a i one Story ranch House with six rooms including three bedrooms this smart duelling features a 14 it by 14 it Kitchen packed with efficiency and Glamour. It has one full Bath and two half Baths. It has 1,413 Square feet excluding the garage and porches. Soviet Cool to Exchange of broadcasts broadening of cultural exchanges has been major . Boa i them Crappie and a few Sunfish and while the Black Bass could be seen in the Hole they were reluctant to take the bait. The Bass become very Lively and ravenous about the time for the closing season on Bass. Occupation costs up $43.5 million commercial club banquet officers of Brandon club elected entertain Ball players son trustee. Robert Kloehn Deacon Otto Weinrieb Board of education mrs. Robert Martin financial Secretary. Richard Dahl head usher. Oscar Pladson Church Secretary Charles Shelin. Treasurer mrs. Ingvald beige. Lunch was served following the meeting by the ladies Aid officers. At the new Ulm session. B. T. Rodgers Amp St. Comptroller said that lord was fighting freight rate increases but on the other hand a wants us to continue to pay station agents wages for eight hours when they work Only two a Minnesota wants tile lowest possible freight rates a Rodgers said. A we can keep rates from spiralling if we eliminate waste. One Way is to Dua Lize agents at our smaller convict leaves prison at age 94 thirty years of sentence served by Ohio Man Columbus Ohio erect and Alert a 94 convicted Slayer still innocence walked out Penitentiary today and apr year old claiming of Ohio boarded a bus for a new life in his Cleveland Home town. John Morgan the prisons oldest inmate became a free Man on his Lith bid for parole. He had served 30 years of a life sentence for the 1928 slaying of Jacob Rosenberg a Cleveland junk dealer. Just before prison doors swung open for the tall lean inmate he was granted an unusual request to pay a Brief visit to Warden Ralph w. Al vis. Z a a want to Seal vis Al vis is Ziy Friend a Morgan said. His c wrinkled face beamed As he Shook Sands with the Warden. A now behave yourself John a a i vis admonished. J Usi before leaving Morgan received from the Poison cashier an envelope containing $34.22 of his in Money and an Advance of to in Cash from the prison. A Heck for $358.45, morgans prison earnings was sent to his parole officer in Cleveland. A the Cleveland Sale Brandon a a Fine crowd attended the baseball banquet held j at the Chippewa lutheran Church j basement saturday. A delicious meal was served by the Chippewa ladies Aid after which the new officers of the commercial club were announced As follows pres i ident Robert Kloehn vice president Donald Bitzan Secretary i Ray Stich and treasurer Sam Meyers. Dennis Bergner co manager of the Brandon baseball club introduced the players who had played i on the team last summer the j other co manager Adrian Leder i Mann was unable to be present As he is in the . Clarence Anderson business j manager of the baseball club spoke. Harold g. Johnson and Rex Peterman spoke also thank ing for the sponsoring of 4-h achievement Day by the com-1 Mercial club on behalf of the j West Douglas 4h association. A j film on the world series was i shown. East Moe Church meeting held bran done members of East j Moe lutheran Church and their pastor Rev. Milton Aarsvold held their annual meeting last Friday afternoon with the following officers being elected trustees for three years Raymond Johnson and Melloyd Svee Secretary Irwin Walstad. Treasurer Kenneth Johnson custodian Kenneth Johnson caretaker Carl Halver son cemetery Board Conrad Foslien head usher Clifford Lund auditor for two years the Odore Winkjer sunday school superintendent mrs. James Lau then organist Ruth Ann Walstad asst organist mrs. James Lau a then Board of education mrs. Lawny Wrolson. All the members of the ladies Aid served lunch following the meeting. Brandon Grace Church holds annual meeting Brandon the animal meeting of the Grace la tiler an Church was held last thursday in the new Church although the Church is not yet completed. Election of new officers was held and Are As follows chairman Leroy Lar Brandon i. T. A. Brandon a Good crowd of parents teachers and friends assembled n the auditorium of the new school for their p. T. A. Meeting monday. Officers of the p. T. A. Are president Clifford Lund vice president Richard Britton and Secretary treasurer Ione Grubb. A Tine program was Given following the business meeting with the Brandon a a scotties a group of eight girls Ages to and la giving a Fine performance a if marching and Baton twirling. These girls Are instructed by Richard Britton with mrs. Clifford Augdahl and mrs. Anton Sletto assisting. The girls performing were Patsy Shea Linda Johnson Sheryl Sletto Susan Augdahl Mary Lois Strom Sharon Strom Mary Ann Shea and Jeanette Mahan. A vocal duet was then rendered by Diane and Marcia Larson accompanied by Judy Hopfner. A group of fifth and sixth Grade children under direction of their teacher mrs. Irwin Grubb gave a demonstration of the Folk dancing they have been taking part in during their recess periods. Lunch was served following the program in the new lunch room. Room visitation was enjoyed following the lunch. Brandon complimentary to mrs. Clifford birthday mrs. Milton Gray entertained fifteen ladies at a luncheon Friday. Neighbors friends and relatives helped August Ledermann celebrate his birthday thursday. Mrs. Walter hoeing entertained the officers and social commit j tee of the Chippewa ladies Aid monday. Or. And mrs. Ole Langos or. I and mrs. Carlton Linnard and j or. And mrs. Walter hoeing j helped Hlaing Peterson tale j brate his birthday thursday. Or. And mrs. Ole Arntson of Garfield visited in the Carl Scherrer Home Friday. Storey spent monday at j the Ole Langos Home while his parents Rev. Anc mrs. C. J. J Storey were in Minneapolis j friends helped mrs. Leonard Schute celebrate her birthday i Friday Lloyd Engstrand of Alexandria j a visited with Carl Erickson Fri Day w Hile mrs. Engstrand Atton i services ded a birthday party for mrs. Clifford Gray. Or. And , Raymond Wibstad and children of Gaylord minn., moved into the mrs. Johanna Tumble House the past week. Or. Wibstad will drive the milk truck for the Brandon Creamery which was formerly driven by Ingvald Berge. Everyone is Welcome to attend Chippewa Luther league next sunday evening Jan. 26 which is a family a play will be Given a give one More year to live by the Luther leagues. Mrs. Simon Elness and Janice Strom Are on the program committee Eugene Stone of window spent the weekend with his parents. Several friends helped mrs. Oliver Martin celebrate her birthday. Wednesday. Or. And mrs. Oliver Martin spent tuesday and wednesday in Minneapolis visiting at the George Martin Home there and helped George celebrate his birthday on tuesday. Or. And mrs. Tom Nelson Gayle Bine and Francis Anderson of Minneapolis spent the weekend visiting at the Oscar Anderson Home and with other relatives or. And mrs. Charles Bine of Minneapolis were House the i guests of her parents. Or. And mrs. Clifford Freder a Ickson and Lola of Minneapolis spent the weekend at the Carl Frederickson Home. Members of the Grace Luther i league enjoyed a skating party i and other games at the Ingvald beige Home sunday. New offi ears for the Luther league were j elected. They Are president car i of Berge vice president Dell i Tuel Secretary Janet Berge and treasurer Susan Gray. Pal chairman James Augdahl. Mrs. Berge served a delicious lunch i at the close of the evening. Washington apr the United states apparently has been unable to win soviet agreement to Exchange uncensored periodic radio television commentaries on world events. This was a prime u. S. Goal during three months of secrecy cloaked negotiations Between the state department and russian ambassador Georgi Zarubin on broadening cultural and other exchanges Between the two countries. Another major goal to halt Kremlin jamming of voice of America russian language radio broadcasts to russian seemed also to have gone by the boards they Are reported conspicuously absent from a general a agreement in principles expected shortly possibly today ending the talks. These agreements in principle will be worked out in detail at a later Date informants said and Wall be promptly implemented. It was understood they cover a two year period and include 1. Direct air service Between Moscow and new York. This would Send american airliners and soviet Jet liners like the big tu104, on a schedule of possibly two round trip flights a week. It would mean something novel in u. relations russian tourists in possibly Large numbers. And it would boost tourist travel to the soviet probably Well above last total of 3.000. 2. Reciprocal visits of about 40 delegations of observers from each country. Delegates would come from the professions doctors lawyers government chiefs journalists teachers physicists and the like. 3. Swapping 15 american movies for 15 soviet movies. These would be shown to the Public in each country. None of these proposals is especially new. The United states unsuccessfully tried during the negotiations which started oct. 28, to make arrangements for radio to commentaries to be broadcast to Iron curtain countries. Yokohama Japan apr u. S. Forces in the far East paid the japanese 43 to million dollars More for goods and services in 1957 than they did the year before. The 1957 total was $ 134,�? j 510,182. J announcing the figures today i the u. S. Army procurement Agency did not explain the increase. But apparently it was due mainly to american Purchase of 33 million dollars Worth of Japan Ese made military vehicles Japan a defense fore is. For Dalton u. S. Union years Vining services held for mrs. Manda Luhrs funeral services for mrs. Man a Luhrs were held Jan. 20 at the Gearhart funeral Home in Fergus Falls. The Rev. We. Van Dyken officiated. Mrs. Daniel Gearhart accompanied Paul Hofstad who Sang a abide with and a Beautiful Isle of interment was in Knollwood. Relatives from out of town were or. And mrs. Vernon el1-Ingson of Cambridge or. And mrs. Jorgen Ellingson of Underwood or. And mrs. Ray Ellingson or. And mrs. Richard Heid Ner of Doran As Well As friends and neighbors from that Community. Refreshments were served at the Federated Church after junk Gua an. A anted non Oak after Carlisle in i Paay. T uck at tile i lies. Oxen 4-h i jilt duo held a Fjestad Lake urn d by to Morten Peders Lind. Miss beg Sima n i inert son in f i rom Miho Oil wry to rices Carl 1 n a e hot Houg Moi i i tin in Tho a user mrs. Mob at accordion f Kathy hogs Nae. Reading piano Solo by Road ing by i selection by a Ter surging till Mei pal Raten unde and o the and a Ken t the Igram ins. Urging two by i of Rev. Bar bless led in devotions d piano duet by i and Ariette Tressy Muriel Nelson a i by h Egseth a n. Houg accordion the . Of Abie prayer a or. And mrs. Marvin Ovberg and family of new Brighton arrived Friday and spent the week end with Marvin a parents or. And mrs. C. R. Nyberg and other relatives in Vining. Herbert Christianson has been confined to his Home several Days this week with flu and mrs. Christianson is handling the business at the filling station. Or. And mrs. Carl Christianson Jeffery and Terry of Fergus Falls spent tuesday at the Walter Halvorson Home. Or. And mrs. Carl Steffen Betty Lund of Detroit lakes were guests sunday at the Miller Lund Home. Or. And mrs. E. Westman or. And mrs. Floyd Lystrom or. And mrs. Bennie Trosdahl and family and mrs. Helma Jorgenson and gun Der sandals spent wednesday at the Carl Lindquist Home in Honor of Carlos birthday. Elsworth Westman was honoured Friday on his birthday at their farm Home by or. And mrs. Harold Evavold Eagle Lake. Or. And mrs. Clarence Olson and family of Underwood and Carl Lindquiste Lystrom and Lloyd Wilsons. Miss Irene Pederson entertained several guests Friday in the form of a meeting for Zion. Miss Bertha Anderson and her Cousin from Henning attended. Mrs. C. P. Miller who is a chairman for the March of dimes drive for Vining Nidaros and Leaf it. Has appointed Willard Danielson for Nidaros and Cyril Bannack for Leaf it. And mrs. We. Johnson and Corinne Wal Roth Are helping mrs. Miller in the town drive. The mothers relatives from Dalton who drove to Jackson to attend the funeral services for Elvin Synstelien last saturday were or. And mrs. Carl Synstelien and Jerome mrs. Ivon Kaasa mrs. Jerry Hanson or. And mrs. Clarence Synstelien Orand mrs. Elmer Synstelien mrs. Donald Bergerson and mrs. Morrow. Mrs. Anton Spitsberg mrs. Elmer Synstelien. Mrs. Herbert Wie by mrs. Henry Spitsberg drove to Jackson wednesday to visit relatives and to take mrs. Victor Spitsberg there to visit before leaving for san Pedro cal., after being Here to attend the funeral of her brother Elvin Synstelien. Mrs. Katie Nelson who has been at Omak. Wash., for some time returned last week and will remain Here for the Winter with her Mother mrs. P. O. Jensen. Another daughter mrs. Al Wescott of Omak Wash has also been Here. Our Savior s ladies Aid was held wednesday. Those serving for lunch were or s. Ray Berge son mrs. Arnold Schrader mrs. Oscar Lien mrs. Alvin Hanson mrs. Marvel Mykleby and mrs. Oliver Thormodson. First publication Jan. 25, 115s order for hearing on Zimnal account and petition for distribution. State of Minnesota county of Otter Tail is. Lit probate court. In he estate of Herman pc Schoening. Decedent. The representative of the above named estate having filed his final account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for distribution to the persons thereunto entitled it is ordered that the hearing thereof be had on february 18th, 1958, at to of clock avi., before this court in tin probate court room in the court House in Fergus Falls Minnesota and that notice Hereof be Given by publication of this order in the Fergus Falls daily journal and by mailed notice As provided by Law. Dated january 17th, 1958. Frank c. Barnes probate court Seal probate judge. I Owen v. Thompson attorney for Petitioner Fergus Falls Minnesota. First publication Jan. Is 1958 order for hearing on petition for administration limiting time to pile claims and for hearing thereon. Staw of Minnesota county of i Otter Tail is. In probate court. In he estate of Ludvick t. Erickson alias l. T. Err son decedent. Borine Miller having filed herein a petition for general administration stating that said decedent died intestate and praying that boy leak son be appointed administrator it is ordered that the hearing thereof be had on february Lith. 1958, at to of clock ., before this court in the probate court room in the court House in Fergus Falls Minnesota that the time within which creditors of said decedent May file their claims he limited to four months from tin Date Hereof and that the claims so filed he heard on May 12th, 195,8. At to of clock ., before this court in the probate court room in the court House in Fergus Falls Minnesota and that notice Hereof be Given by publication of this order in the Fergus Falls daily journal and by mailed notice As provided by Law. Dated january 8th, 1958. Frank c. Barnes probate court Seal probate judge. Owen v. Thompson. Attorney for Petitioner Fergus Falls Minnesota. First publication Jan 25, t958i order for hearing on petition for probate of will limiting time to pile claims and for hearing thereon. State of Minnesota county of Otter Tail is. In probate court. In re estate of Lloyd s. Breeden decedent. Katherine l. Breeden having filed a petition for the probate of the will of said decedent and for the appointment of Jean Swenson As administer matrix with will annexed which will is on file in this court and open to inspection it is ordered that the hearing thereof he had on february 18th, 1958. At to o clock before this court in the probate court room in the court House in Fergus Falls Minnesota and that objections to the allowance of said will of any be filed before said time of hearing that the time within which creditors of said decedent May file their claims be limited to four months from the Date Hereof and that the claims so filed be he Ted on May 19th, 1958. At look clock ., before this court in the probate court room in the court House in Fergus Falls Minnesota and that notice Hereof to Given by publication of this order in the Fergus Falls daily journal and by called notice As provided by Law. Dated january 14th, 1958. Frank c. Barnes 8 probate court Seal probate judge. Field. Arosen amp Donoho attorneys for Petitioner Fergus Falls Minnesota. First publication Jan. 25, 1958 order for hearing on petition for administration limiting time to pile claims and for hearing thereon. State it it of Minnesota county of Otter Tail. Is. In probate court. In he estate of Carrie stadum decedent. Earl k. Stadum having filed herein a petition for general administration stating that said decedent died intestate and praying that Lester Thompson be appointed administrator it is ordered that the hearing thereof be had on february i nth 1958, at to of clock ., before this court in the probate court room in the court House in Fergus Falls Minnesota that the time wit Iii which creditors of said decedent May file their claims be limited to four months from the Date Hereof and Htit the claims so filed he heard on May 19th, 1958. At i Quot o clock am. Before this court Iti the probate court room in the court House in Fergus Falls. Minnesota and that notice Hereof be Given by publication of this order in the Fergus Falls daily journal and Ivy called notice As provided by Law. Dated january 17th, 1958 Frank c. Barnes probate court Seal probate judge. Elliott o. Boe. Attorney for Petitioner. Fergus Falls Minnesota. First publication Jan. In 19 x order for hearing on final account and petition for distribution. State of Minnesota county of Otter Tail. Is. In probate court. In re estate of Fred g. Grapes. Alias. George Frederick grapes. Doce Deli t. The representative of the above named estate having filed his final account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for distribution to the persons thereunto entitled it is ordered that the hearing thereof be had on february i till. 1958, at to o clock ., before this court in the probate court room in the court House in Fergus Falls Minnesota. And that notice Hereof be Given by publication of this order in the Fergus Falls daily journal and by mailed notice As provided by Law. Dated january 7th, 1958. Frank c. Barnes. Probate court Seal probate judge. I Jerry Nycklemoe attorney for Petitioner Fergus Falls Minnesota. First publication Jan. Ii Lino order for hearing on petition to Bell real estate. State of Minnesota. County of Otter Tail is. In probate court. In he estate of Ole Hanson. Decedent. The representative of said estate having filed herein a petition to sell certain real estate described in said petition it is ordered that the hearing thereof be had on february 4th, 1958, at to o clock ., before this court in the probate court room Iii Lite court Houst in Fergus Falls Minnesota. And that notice Hereof be Given by publication of this order in the Fergus Falls daily journal and by mailed notice As provided by Law. Dated january 2nd. 1958. Frank c. Barnes probate court Seal probate judge. March of dimes will be on Jan. 28 and residents de to have their porch to receive the workers. At i . Are ask-1 rights on Lorraine Nikula is chairman of the mothers March. Miss win no Fred Lund arrived tuesday of last week from san i Francisco for a two weeks Vaca lion with her parents or. And mrs. Of As. Lund and other rela a lives in this Community. Or. And mrs. Pat Wood and Monnie Tostenson arrived safely it their destination in Texas but Monnie was not feeling Well As it was a hard trip of 900 Miles and i they went through without de i Lay. They will journey on to Santa Anna calif., and oth Ltd places in California and they will visit the Woods daughter mrs. Erie Moths and family. Friends of Ralph Molto regret i to hear that his serious heart condition is about the same and very Little improvement is no juiced. Mrs. Molto is a daughter of or. And mrs. Edw. of Vining. A letter was received from Nels Olson stating he had visited in Denver and had reached his destination in Hermosa Beach calif., and was enjoying the Balmy 78 regret1 weather. He will spend the Winter with bus daughter Bertha Olson who teaches there. First publication Jan. 85, 1958 order for hearing on Pinal account and petition for distribution. State of Minnesota county of Otter tall s.-. In probate court. In he estate of Peter Clausen alias Peter j. Clausen alias Pete Clausen. Tile representative of the above named estate having filed his final account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for distribution to the persons thereunto entitled it is ordered that the hearing thereof be had on february 18th, 1958, at to of clock ., before this court in tin probate court room in the court House in Fergus Falls. Minnesota Ami that notice Hereof be Given by publication of this order in tilt Fergus Falls daily journal and by called notice As provided by Law. Dated january 17th, 1958. Frank. Barnes probate court Seal probate judge. Philip it. Monson. Attorney for Petitioner Fergus Falls Minnesota. First publication Jan. 25, 1958 order for hearing on petition for administration limiting time to pile claim and for hearing thereon. State of Minnesota county of Otter Tail. Is. In probate court. In re estate of Lillian Dohrer. Alias. Lillian e. Dohrer decedent. Elmer v. Zhi having filed herein a petition for general administration stating that said decedent died intestate and praying that Elmer v. Zill lie appointed administrator it is ordered. That the hearing thereof be had on february 18th, 1958. At la o clock ., before this court in the probate court room in the court House Iii Fergus fails Minnesota that the time within which creditors of said decedent May file their claims be limited to four months from the Date Hereof and that the claims so filed ii heard on May 19th, 1958, at to o clock ., before this court in the probate court room in the court House in Fergus Falls Minnesota and that notice Hereof be Given by publication of this order in the Fergus Falls Dally journal and by mailed notice As provides by Law. Dated january 17th. 1958. Frank cd Barnes probate court Seal probate judge. Elliott o. Boe. Attorney for Petitioner Fergus Falls Minnesota. First publication Jan. La. 1958 notice to bidders sealed proposals will be received until la o clock am., february to 1958, by the county auditor of Otter Tail county at the court House in the City of Fergus Falls Minnesota for the following bituminous material comprising approximately 30,000 Gallons so and Gallons to he delivered at any Point in Otter Tail county by transport truck equipped with pump for unloading. Prospective bidders on the above item shall submit bids on their own forms As bid forms will not be furnished by the county. Bids w ill he opened publicly by tile county auditor immediately after tile hour set for receiving bids at the court House in the City of Fergus Falls Minnesota. Bids must he accompanied by a certified Check made payable to the county treasurer of Otter Tail county for at least five per cent 5% of amount of the proposal. The county Board reserves the right to reject any or All bids and to waive i formalities. S. I Johnson. County auditor titter Tull county Minnesota i ii St publication Jan. Ii 1958 order for hearing on petition for . Limiting time to pile claims and for hearing thereon. State of Minnesota county of Otter tall is. In probate court. In re estate of Oscar l. Anderson. Decedent. Lundh vice Consul of Sweden having filed herein a petition for general administration stating that said decedent died intestate and praying that in primer Torgerson be appointed administrator it is ordered. That the hearing thereof he Bud on february Lith 1 958. At i Quot o clock before this court in the probate court room in the court House in Fergus Falls. Minnesota that the time within Winch creditors of said decedent May file their claims he limited to four i months fit a the Date Hereof and that the claims so filed he heard on May into. 1958, at to of clock before this court in the probate j court room in the court House Iii Fergus Falls. Minnesota and that notice Hereof be Given by publication of this order Iii the Fergus Falls 1 daily journal and by mailed notice As provided by Law dated january till. 1958. Frank c. Barnes probate court Seal probate judge. If y Nycklemoe. Attorney for Petitioner Fergus Falls Minnesota. First publication Jan. La. 1958> order for hearing on petition for probate it will limiting time to pile claims and for hearing thereon. State of Minnesota county of Otter tall is in probate court. In re estate it it of Leonard la. Lien alias Leonard it. Lein decedent. Harriet c. Lien having filed a petition for the probate of the will of said decedent and for the appointment of Swenson As administer matrix with will annexed which will is on tilt in this court and open to inspection it is ordered. That the hearing thereof be had on february 4th, 1958, at i Quot o clock ., before Quot this Conn in the probate court room in the court hoist in Fergus Falls Minnesota and that objections to tile allowance of said will of any be filed by Ore said time of hearing that the time within which creditors of said decedent May file their claims he limited to four months from the Date Hereof and that the claims so filed he heard on May Atli 1958, at to of clock before this court in the probate court room in the court House in Fergus Falls Minnesota and that notice Hereof be Given by Publ Catlon of this order Iii the Fergus Falls daily journal and by mailed notice As provided by Law. Dated december inst. 1957. Frank c. Barnes. Probate court Seal probate judge. Field Arvesen amp Donoho attorneys for Petitioner Fergus Falls. Minnesota. Bindi was it of Vivi. Wall collapses a Brick Wall buckles As a wind driven fire sweeps through the Little flour Mill in Franklin term. Damage was estimated by officials at close to a million dollars. Mill was owned by consolidated milling co., Omaha neb. A wire photo Bass show intelligence Vining a a Winter fishing was Good sunday morning and Here were various kinds of fish caught Angling some Large for first publication Jan. 18, 1958 order for hearing on petition for probate of will limiting time to pile claims and for hearing thereon. State of Minnesota county of Otter tall is. In la Roha it Coil till re estate of Albert Carlson alias c. Albert Carlson alias Carl Albert Carlson alias Carl a. Carlson decedent. Kenneth l. Carlson having filed a petition for the probate of the will of said decedent and for the appointment of Kenneth i. Carlson As executor which will is on file in tills court and open to inspection it is ordered that the hearing thereof be Bari on february lith958, at to o clock ., before this court in the probate court room in the court House an Fergus Falls Minnesota and that objection to the allowance of said will if any be flied before said time of hearing that the time within which creditors of said decedent May file their claims he limited to four months from the Date Hereof and that the claims so filed be heard on May 12th. 195s, at to o clock ., before this court in the probate court room in the court House in Fergus Falls Minnesota and that notice Hereof he Given by publication of this order in the Fergus Kalin Dally journal and by called notice As provided by Law. Dated january 8th, 1958. Frank c. Barnes probate court Seal probate judge Philip ii. Monson. Attorney for Petitioner Fergus Falls Minnesota. First publication Jan. 25, 1958 state of Minnesota county of Otter Tail. In District court fifth judicial District Rudolph Mohagen plaintiff a a so George b. Wright Lucian Swift or. Lucy s. Wright c. Al it. Wright j a cob Nelson Mary ii. Nelson Minnie e. Swift Carlie v Wright John s. Billings mrs. Belle ii. Billings William b. Wright by has. D. Wright his attorney in fact John d. Boyd f. Vav. Burnham Emmett Dunn Elmer e. Adams deceased Samuel p. Adame Adame investment company a corporation also the unknown heirs of any of the above named defendants now deceased and any successor and assign of any of the above named defendants 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. Summons the state of Minnesota to Hie above named defendants you. And each of you Are hereby summoned arid required to answer the complaint in this action which lifts been filed with the clerk of said court at his office in the City of Fergus fails county of Otter tall and state of Minnesota and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint upon the subscriber at his office in the Fergus fails National Bank building in the City of Fergus Falls county of Otter Tail and state id Minnesota within Twenty 20 Days after the Date of Hie service of this summons upon you exclusive of the Day of such service and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid the plaintiff in this action will apply to the court for the Relief demanded in the complaint. Dated january to. 1958. Philip it. Monson attorney for plaintiff Fergus Falls National Bank bldg. Fergus Falls Minnesota. Stat of Minnesota county of Otter Tail i District court. Fifth judicial District same parties As in summons immediately preceding this notice. Notice or Lis pendent notice is hereby Given that an action has been commenced in the a pc named court by the above named plaintiff against the defendants above named the object of this action is to determine til Adverse claims of the defendants and each and All of them in Aud to the real estate hereinafter <1< Crl bed and to have the plaintiff adjudged to be tin owner in fee simple of said premises the premises affected by said action Are situated in the county of Otter Tail and state of Minnesota and Are described As follows to wet lots six 6 and seven 7 of the first publication Jan. It 1958 order for hearing on final account and petition for distribution. State of Minnesota county of Otter Tail is. In probate court. Iii lie estate of Ernest Meyer decedent. The representative of the above named estate having filed his final account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for distribution to the persons thereunto entitled it is ordered that the hearing thereof be had on february 4th, 1958, at to o clock ., before this court in the probate court room in tile court House in Fergus Falls Minnesota. Ami that notice Hereof be Given by publication of this order in the Fergus Falls daily journal and by a i i de notice As provided by Law. Dated december 31st. 1957. Frank c. Barnes i probate court Seal probate judge. Rosengren pilfer amp Blatti attorneys for Petitioner Fergus Falls Minnesota. First publication Jan. La 1958 order for hearing on final account and petition for distribution. State of Minnesota county of octet Tail is. In probate court. In re estate of Arthur Meyer decedent. The representative of the above named estate having filed hts final account and petition for settlement and allowance thereof and for distribution to the persons thereunto entitled it is Ord Reed that the hearing thereof be had on february 4th. 1958, at to of clock am before this court in Tho probate court room in tile court House in Fergus fails Minnesota and that notice Hereof by Given by publication of this order in the Fergus Falls daily journal and by called notice As provided by Law. Dated december 31st, 1 957, Frank c. Barnes probate court real probate judge Rosengren pilfer a Blatti attorneys for Petitioner Fergus Falls Minnesota first publication Jan. Is 1938 order for hearing on petition for administration limiting time to pile claims and for hearing thereon. State of Minnesota county of Otter Tail a in probate court. In re estate or Grover mater. In. Decedent ring flied boreal u <1 of 11 to ls�1 111 resurvey of Block Lakeland addition if Fergus Falls Minto paled january 111. 195v Philip it to attorney Fin Fergus Kalif rank bldg Fergus Falls nine 9 of to the City to. Iliff Ilion i Minnesota alias Grover Mabel it. M Alef in a petition for a Hun stating that intestate Aud Pray Waters to appoint it is tar def of thereof be Biol it 1958, at to of clock court in tin pint the court House in Nesotas that the t i de. Tut lit him i Mallei b. And in in i it in Tor a Tho hearing i to j till Talf i in Alin a role that mom in Datum f roil credit their month that the Cia in May 12th, i a before this con room in i Falls Minn Hereof he git ii order Iii him journal and provided try tax dated Juno probate Coli Henry Nyck ii attorney i Fergus Falls i lift ii i Cli v rile four. And id on a tout t i u in out ice r thin i a 11 v a of g cd

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