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THE SAC.,UACHE CRESCENT SAGUACHE, COLORADO THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1942 , i i,ii i i ii NOTICE OF DETERM4NA- TION OF HEIRSHIP STATE OF COLORADO, ) )ss. County of Saguache. ) IN THE COUNTY COURT No. 548 IN THE MATTER OF THE) ESTATE OF CATHERINE) M. JORDAN, DECEASED.) NOTICE OF DETERMINA- TION OF HEIRSHIP THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO : To: Walter Jordan, Elizabeth Jordan McClure, John Jordan, Lewie Jordan, Minnie Jordan Harvey~ Leona Jordan Lytle, J o r d a n McClure, John Charles McClure, Catherine E 11 a McClure (min- or) and George Walter McClure (minor) and Robert R. Tarbell, Guardian Ad Litem, and to whom it may concern. Persons in interest in said estate, GREETING : Notice is hereby given that a duly verified Petition has been filed in the County Court of Saguache Coun- ty and State of Colorado in the matter of the Estate of Catherine M. Jordan, deceased, asking for a judicial ascertainment and determin- ation of the heirs of said deceased, and setting forth their relationship to said deceased, and that the names of all persons, who are or claim to be heirs of said deceased so far as known to the petitioner, are as fol- lows, to-wit: Walter Jordan, Eliza- beth Jordan McClure, John Jordan, Lewie Jordan, Minnie Jordan Har- vey, Leona Jordan Lytle, Jordan Mc Cure, John Charles McClure, Cather- ine Ella McClure (minor) and Geo- rge Walter McClure (minor). Notice is further given that an Order has been entered fixing Thurs- day, the 28th day of May A. D. 1942, at the hour of 10 A. M. of said day as the day and hour for the hearing of said Petition, and that on said day, or the date to which said hearing may be continued the Court will receive and hear proof concerning the heirs of said deceas- ed, and will, upon the proof sub- mitted proceed to ascertain and de- termine who are the heirs of said deceased and the descent of lands, tenements, and hereditaments of such deceased, and enter a Decree accordingly, at which hearing all persons in interest and all persons claiming to be heirs at law of said deceased may appear and present their proof. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of said Court at my office in Saguache, in the County and State aforesaid, this 10th day of April, A. D. 1942. (Court Seal) Birt Clare. Judge, Acting Clerk. First Publication April 16, 1942 Last Publication May 14, 1942 Treasurer's Notice On Request For Tax Deed To every person in actual possession or occupancy of the hereinafter described land, lot or premises, and to the person in whose name the same was taxed or specially assess- ed, and to all persons having an interest or title of record in or to the same. Notice is Hereby Given That on the 15th day of December, A. D. 1937, the following described property, situate in the County of Saguache and State of Colorado, to-wit: The Bellview, Apollo, Albany, Cabin, Del Notre, Denver, Hector, Law- rence, Saguache, and Sky City Min- ing Lode Claims, all under Survey No. 18084 and all located in the Saguache Park Mining District; was sold for the taxes for the year 1934 and purchased by Saguache County. That the said Saguache County has duly assigned the certificate of purchase issued on account of such "Purchase to Platt Wadsworth and Then Phillips who have made request upon the Treasurer of said County for a deed. That the said premises were taxed for said year 1934 in the name of Daniel Vigil, Estate. That the statutory three year per- iod of redemption of said real es- tate from such tax sale expired on the 15th day of December, A. D. 1940. D Notice is hereby given that a Tax eed will be issued for said real estate on August 14th, A. D. 1942, Unless the same has been redeemed prior to the issuance of Tax Deed. Dated this 24th day of April, A. D. 1942. (Official Seal ) W. L. HAMMOND Treasurer Of The Said County Of Saguache First Publication April 30, 1942 Last Publication May 14, 1942 NOTICE TO CREDITORS D ESTATE OF AXEL ANDERSON ECEASED. No. ~58.. Notice is hereby given that on the 4th day of April, 1942, letters of adrainisiration were issued to the U~dersigned as administrator of the ~above named estate and all persons ~aving claims against said estate are required to file them for allowance the County Court of Saguache ~ounty, Colorado, within six months ~rora said-date or said claim shall -e forever barred. J. G. Graham, Ad'ministrator. First Publication April 23, 1942 Last Publication May 21, 1942 MOFFAT (Last week) Jerry Arfhuleta went to Colorado Springs on business Tuesday. Half of the class in Advanced First Aid took their test in artificial respiration Monday evening at Mrs. Roetker's home. Artificial respira- tion was given for one hour straight through. The class also had work in adding traction and applying splints. Many registered for their sugar ration cards Monday at the school house. Harry Bunker was reelected treas- urer of Dist. 31 Monday. Mrs. W. A. Albert left Saturday for a visit with her daughter, Jean- nette, in Colorado Springs. She returned to Salida Monday and visit- ed with her mother Monday evening and Tuesday. Mrs. C. E. Biggs and daughter, Maycelle, were Alamosa visitoxs Sat- urday. Students from the high school went to Gunnison Thursday to com- pete in the Scholarship contest. Kirby's spent the week end in Alamosa. Mrs. Ollie Bader went to Colorado $ . Springs Friday evening to vlmt rela- tives and friends. Beatrice Brooks is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Roetker for a few weeks, Later she will join her husband, who is in Wyoming. Miss Doris Burdette of Dodge City, Kansas came in Saturday even- ing to stay over night in the C. E. Biggs home. She boarded the train in Salida Sunday enroute to Calif. Misses Jackie Martin and Fay Herndon from Saguache rode their bicycles to Moffat Monday. Don't forget the Senior Dance on Friday night. The Hooper, Mosca, Moffat Busi- ness Men's League met at Hooper Monday evening for their business meeting and dinner. Several men from Moffat were present. Mrs. Bert G. Clarke was hostess at a "Galloping Bridge Tea" Mon- day afternoon. Mesdames Kenneth Biggs, Eugene Jackson, Russell Biggs, Ralph Greisch, Allen Kirby, Harry Bunker, Otis Albert and Misses Ruth Biggs and Nancy Norwood and the hostess, were present. This benefit- ed the ExLibris Club. The regular meeting of the Ex Libris Club will be held at Mrs. Frank's home on Wednesday, May 13th. Annual reports will be given and new officers will be installed. M~ss Alvina Desjardins will review and autobiography. Mrs. and Mrs. Clarence Bader came in from California Monday evening enroute to Colorado Springs. Mr. Bader is being called into the army. Mrs. Bader nee Elora Biggs will stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Biggs. (This Week) Several folks from Moffat attend- ed the show in Saguache Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bader and Mrs. A. E. Biggs went to Colorado Springs Thursday. Mrs. Biggs and Mrs. Bader plan to be home this week. Mr. Bader was called into the Army. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gerisch, Joan and Darwin were Alamosa visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Jackson and Norman spent the week end in Raton, New Mexico visiting Mrs. Jackson's sister and family. The Class in Advanced First Aid met at the Jackson home Monday evening. The other half of the class took their hr. of artificial respiration. The next and last meeting will be at the A..E. Biggs home on Thurs- day night. The hour is 7"15 o'clock. Miss Gleckler, Mrs. Frank and Mrs. Woodman and their rooms enter- tained the mothers and guests at a program and tea on Friday afternoon Mr. Kirby and music pupils helped with the program by giving several musical numbers. The Senior Class left on their trip to Mesa Verde Monday morning. they plan to be home by Wednesday night. The regular meeting of the Ex Libris Club will meet Friday even- ing at the home of Miss Ruth Biggs. This meeting is the last meeting of the club year. New officers will be installed and new committees ap- pointed. Mr. Ed Thackery, Mr. Will Thack- ery and son, Guy, returned from Denver Friday. The Senior dance given Friday night was well attended. Everyone seemed to have a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Biggs and daughter were Alam0sa visitors Tuesday. "YOUR COUNTY AGENT SAYS" BY S. H. STOLTE Including the farmers and stock- MINERAL HOT SPRINGS Mr. and Mrs. Foster Nelson were shoppers at Alamosa Saturday. men in Saguache County and thosei Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meador and in Colorado, there are today about! children went to Salida Saturday 30 million farm people throughout; i to meet their daughter Frankie who the country engaged in wartime hag been attending school at Moab, food production, said Stanley H. iUtah. Frankie is home during vaca- Stolte, county extension agent, tion. These producers are establishingI Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Neese and new records, month afLer month, int " sons and Marjorie McColm had break- the production of milk, eggs, meats, fast with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Col- and other foods that are so essential lins at Pueblo Saturday morning. t They went on to Colorado Springs in wartime. Farmer's cost of production are considei'ably higher this spring than they were a year ago, but the long- standing gap between prices received and prices paid by farmers has been closed. Farm income is rising seasonally now, but less sharply than it did at this time last year, states a re- port received by the Colorado State College Extension Service from the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Largest comparative gains are from the unusually heavy marketing of hogs at relatively high prices. In- come from other livestock and ani- mal products also is larger than it was at this time last year. Millions of farmers are busy with spring work, the ]and is in good condition and crop acreages are ex- pected to be the largest, since 1933 The number of livestock on farms and ranches in the nation is the larg- est on record, and is still increasing. Feed reserves are large, and pas- tures and range prospects are prom- ising. Saguache County farm people pledged to buy annually for the dura- tion of the war $28,198.00 in De- fense Stamps and Bonds. The drive for pledges for regular investment in United States Defense Savings Stamps and Bonds has prac- tically been completed for the farm population of Saguache County ac- cording to word received today from Stanley H. Stolte, County Agent and member of the Saguache County USDA War Board. The drive was made by volunteer workers together with the Saguache County USDA War Board. Each farm family in the county was con- tacted and ask to pledge for the regular purchase of defense Savings Stamps and Bonds. The U. S. chemical industry, which is already making mor9 explosives than were produced at the peak of the first World War, will double the size of its current production this year. Buy War Bonds Every Pay Day Let's Double Our Quota V J Notice To Creditors ESTATE OF CAROLINE H, BACHMANN, DECEASED. No. 556. Notice is hereby given that on the 3rd day of April, 1942, letters of administration were issued to ~the undersigned as administrator of the above named estate and all persons having claims against said estate are required to file them for !allowance in the County Court of Saguache County, Colorado, within six months from said date or said claim shall be forever barred. GEORGE F. BACHMANN Administrator First Publication May 7, 1942 Last Publication June 4, 1942 and visited Mrs. Neese's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Garrison. Mar- jorie v~sited her father, O. B. Me- Colin, who is employed at the camp. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gilder and daughter, Margaret, of Center, and Mrs. Martha Gilder of Saguache were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amor Gilder. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Ingraham and son of Center were Sunday guests at the Lonnie Peek home. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Bennett en- tertained at a Mother's Day dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Gullett, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Head of Salida and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Marshall of Moffat. Mrs. Mary Noland who has been in Calif all winter is visiting her dau- ghter, Mrs. Hugh Wheeler at Den- ver. Ivan McDaniels and Harry McColm left Monday for Mesa Verde Park. They are furnishing their cars for some of the Moffat Seniors. Rev. and Mrs. Harry L. McDaniels are attending minister's meeting at Colorado Springs Tuesday and' Wed- nesday and are going on t oDenver to visit their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ely. Frank Hods~n of the Meadow Ranch was calling on f~iends at the Springs Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Amor Gilder were business callers at Salida Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoffmann and Mrs. Fred Hoffmann were shop- ping at Salida Tuesday. "Fatigue Failure" a Malady The ~hrious malady that devel- ops in steel under pressure is known to engineers as "fatigue failure." X-ray plates show that the grains of which steel is formed break up in*~o much smaller grains, thus weaken- ing the structure. Did Not Like West Pointers As an officer in the Civil war, James A. Garfield had such little respect for West Pointers that he once said that if the country died, its epitaph ought to be ."Died of West Point." Later he changed his attitude toward the military school. Largest New England Coast Island The largest island on the New England coast, discovered in 1604 by Champlain, is Mt. Desert isle, with fifteen mountain peaks rising from its area, which comprises 100 square miles. Listen and Read "Listen closely and read much," said Hi Ho, the sage of Chinatown. "Yet choose carefully to whom you shall listen and what you shall read." Richest Growth of Bamboo The richest growth of bamboo is in tropical Asia, where the plants thrive as far north as Japan and to 1O,000 feet or higher on the Hima- layas. Riches Create Envy "Riches," said Hi Ho, the sage of Chinatown, "create envy unless so wisely employed that they com- pel admiration." Age of Declaration Signers Signers of the Declaration of In- dependence "averaged forty-four years, eight months and fourteen days old. Habits of the Shrike The shrike, a song bird, has a hawk-like beak and preys on large insects and little birds. Cemetery, "Sleeping Place" The word "cemetery" means lit- erally "a sleeping place" and was used first by the early Christians. "Carolina" Birds There are 13 species of birds which have as their specific name, "Carolina," or its derivatives. Delhi Once Most Beautiful - Delhi, India, was, in the Seven- teenth century, the most magnifi- cent city in the world. Seaport Now Miles Inland Ravenna, an ancient capital of Italy and formerly a seaport, now is many miles inland. i Mohammed Dyed His Beard ! Mohammed was reputed to have used henna as a dye for his beard. ; Feathers Form Owls' "Horns" Tufts of feathers form the ,"horns" of horned owl~. VILLA GROVE The C mmunit Y ~i:h.mtiP~ieivi~i hear of the secret Fullenwider to Mr. senburg. We all wish her a happy married life. They will make their home in Walsenburg. Ray Bolton is visiting at the tiow- ard home this week. Mrs. John Green and children anal Mrs. Frank Cavaliere and children were visiting at the Jay White ranch Monday evening. , John Green and Manuel Martinez are employed at the Army Camp at Pando, Colorado. Courtney, Edith and Jimmie Moore were Bonanza visitors Sunday Mr and Mrs E J Matson leftl Sund'ay for their holne in Tuscon,! Arizona. They have been here for[ two months while Mr. Matson has l been working in one o the mines in the Bonanza district. Saguache Crescent SAGUACHE, COLORADO (Only Paper Published in County Seat) MRS. MARY OGDEN, Publisher. MRS. R. I. COOMBS, Editress. Published every Thursday at Sag- uache, Colorado, the county seat of Saguache County, in the famous San Luls valley of Colorado. Entered as ~econd class matter at I the Saguache Postoffice under the Act of Congress March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Six Months .............. $ 1.00 One Year ................ 2.00 Invariably in Advance ] ADVERTISING RATES One inch, per insertion $ .25 Transient advertising, per inch .35 Locals, per llne, per insertion .10 Professional cards, per insertion .25 EXPIRATIONS The label or wrapper of the paper Mrs. Chas. Hollmer has been on the t shows the date subscription your sick list this week. expires. When payment is made the Many attended' the Mother's Dayt receipt of your paper and the change services at the Grange Hall Sunday. iin date of expiration are sufficient notification of renewal. If date on Betty Jo McCure spent the week label or wrapper is not changed end with Dora Branche at Alder. within three weeks after remitting, motored ~ please inform us at once. If you toMr.Moffatand FridayMrS" JOhnandHarpelspent the dayI do not receive the Crescent regul- with Mrs. Alice Funk and Bill. arly, kindly advise this office. Emma Cavaliere was home for the week end. Check Your Address No one likes to have his name CRESTONE misspelled or his mail incorrectly addressed, neither does he like to . pay forwarding postage. Therefore, Mother's Day was observed in l if your name or address is incorrect Crestone Sunday School and familyI as given on this publication, please gatherings and dinners thruout the notify town. THE SAGUACHE CRESCENT I so that the necessary correction can ~C. N. Roberts who has spent the be made. Thank you. past two months with his son William, and his family in California, arrived home last Thursday. rn, n T,n. WLV~/IVI 1 Mrs. Ollie Roetker and her dau- ghter, Mrs. Charles Bunker, were in Salida last ~eek on business.~~~l~lt Mrs. Arthur Purman and children SE are visiting in Las Cruces, N.M. ~ ] the guest oi' Mrs. Purman's mother. Little Nancy Murdock has been quite ill the past week. She is suffering from a sereve attack of rheumatism Nancy is at home hutl U N ITE D taken to the hospital at Salida[ ~i~ai~~ -----------~TATES was for medical' attention. " [ //~~ ~ .~-~SAVI N G Clifford F razee is in Denver G en- //~ k.~t~/B O S V Si eral Hospital receiving care for his ~]~ ~_~;]~/~NI~.h"TM;gl recent injuries. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stark of De- troit ,Michigan visited Crestone the first of this week. They were brought here by Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hardon to view the San Luis valley from the top of Crestone high AMERICA ON GUARD.~ way . Mrs. Stark is Mr. and Mrs. Hardon's daughter. Above is a reproduction of the Treasury Department's I)efen~ Mr. and Mrs. Jack Harlan and Savl.ngs.Poster," showing., an,, oxa~ little, Noel are living in Crestone aupt~catmn of the omgmal Minute this summer. Harlan has finished a L~Ian"~ statue by famed sculptor successful school term at Manassa. ~amel Chester French. Defe~m Bonds and Stamps, on sale at your Miss Myrtle Armstrong was the bank or post office, are a vital ~xt guest of honor at a surprise party by of America'a defense prep~ j her pupils and their mothers Thurs- day. "Remember--the more bonds you ~ Mrs .Clara Farnham has returned buy, the more planes we fly!" Gov. to her home here. Effie will grad'- Cart. i uate from Moffat High School May 21st. She intends to go into train- ing for a nurse. Miss Armstrong and Miss Torna- tore gave a Mother's Day party for their pupils and their mothers Tues- day. A most delightful afternoon was spent at Miss Tornatore's home. Carnations and refreshments com- fleted the party. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Comstock and loan, Miss Tornatore with Della and Donald Farnham intended to visit the Sand Dunes Sunday but found water across the road so they droye :o Saguache to see "Sergeant York" at the theatre. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brandy, Mr. 3. D. Wirick and Mrs. Fisher were Pueblo visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Frank and Mrs. Orval Bunker of Mosca and YOUR Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bunker had a picnic dinner on South Crestone ,~Iother's Day. SCRAP IROll At the Victory Dance last Satur- :lay the young folks collected $98. WILL HELP ;Iutchinson's Hall was filled. The ~oxcs sold well. Mr. IIutchinson ~as the auctioneer--enough said. ?HE WAR These dances will be held every two weeks and are proving a success. WITH THE COLORS 1st Lt. Raymond E. Webb, son ff Ray Webb of Baca Grant is in ?amp Blanding, F}orida with the ~Gth Division. Carl Sisemore is preparing for ~chool fo~ a second mechanic with ~echnical rating. Both William and Charles Stewart 'rove left New York. Howard Shelton is still at Sheppard Field but expects to be moved any time. BUY DEFENSE BOND5 ....... ............ ~. --$