The Laws of Texas, 1923-1925 [Volume 22] Page: 23 of 1,648
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SPECIAL LAWS. 13
hereby created into an incorporation for free school purposes only,
to be known as Weimar Independent School District.
SEC. 2. The territory hereby created into an independent school
district is described by metesl and bounds as follows: Beginning at
the intersection of the county line between Colorado and Fayette
Counties with the center line of the Weimar-Schulenberg Public
Road, thence north 40 degrees and 45 minutes east with said county
line at 25341 feet intersect Arkansas or North Harvey Creek, thence
down said creek with its meanders to the intersection of same with
public road, thence south 27 minutes west 3441 feet with said public
road and line between Garrett and Schwegemann to northwest
corner of AW. T. McCleary's land, continuing same course in ail 622'8
feet to said AMcCleary's southwest corner; thence North 87 degrees
43 minutes 2532 feet with line between McClearv and Farentholdt
to intersect center line Public Road No. 36; thence south 31 minutes
east 6865 feet with center line public road Nos. 119 and 100 to the
public road on the south side of and parallel to the G. H. thence south 83
degrees and 43 minutes east 1192 feet with center line said ColumbusWeitnar
Road to angle in same at the northeast corner of H. Kneble's
land: thence south 35 minutes east 5196 feet with the center line
of the Weimar' Columbus Road and Public Road No. 145 to intersection
with Public Road No. 232 at F. Kainer's southeast corner;
thence south 88 degrees 39 minutes west 104.5 feet with center line
public road No. 85 to intersection of same with Public Road No. 87
at IT. Heller's most easterly northeast corner; thence South 13
minutes Ea4t 3888 feet with center line said public road No. 87 to
corner of intersection of same with line between Robert Rabbe and
Alfred Glancy produced east to intersect said Public Road No. 87;
Thenee South 88 degrees fifty-five minutes west 7145 feet
crl'c(sinoS Alfred Glancy's land to Robert Rabbe's most northerly
northeast corner and continuing same course with line between
Alfred Glancy and Robert Rabbe and continuing same course across
C(has. Gerstenberger land to the intersection of same with the line
between Chas. Gerstenberger and Frank Polk, Jr., thence south 29
minutes eaQt 330 feet with said line between Gerstenberger and
Frank Polk. Jr.. to intersection of same with center line of Public
Road No. 71; thence south 89 degrees 13 minutes west 10128 feet
with center line said Public Road No. 71 to R. H. Boser's southeast
corner, and continuing same course with R. H. Bosers' and Will
Boser's south line to the intersection of same with the center line of
Public Road No. 38 at Chas. Schank's northwest corner and continuino
same course across, Mrs. Boetteher's land to intersect center
line, Public Road No. 102: thence south 1 degree 26 minutes east
1769 ft with center line Public Road No. 10,2 to angle in same at P.
Kunz's southeast corner; thence south 89 degrees, 58 minutes west
2152 feet with center line Public Road No. 70 to intersect center line
Public Road No. 42; thence north 37 degrees 3 minutes east 858
feet with center line said Public Road No. 42 to angle in same;
thence north 8 degrees 3 minutes west 320 feet with center line said
Public Road No. 42 to angle in same; thence north 38 degrees 6
minutes west 366 feet with center line said Public Road No. 42 to
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