Signature requirement (wills)

"We agree with the court below that ‘actual fraud is not imputed to decedent’.  He made a writing in the form of a will and in it he gave his widow $1,000 and one-third of his residuary estate.  But for some reason he failed to sign this testamentary paper ‘at the end thereof’, as the law requires, and therefore the paper in the eyes of the law became a nullity."

"It is unfortunate that Mrs. Friese did not see to it that her husband properly executed the testamentary writing he made and which he intended to be his will, but since he did not do so, no court can do it for him."