The Laws of Texas, 1926 [Volume 24] Page: 99 of 1,784
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SPECIAL LAWS. 67
of said Sanchez survey owned by J. F. McLain; thence south
with west line said Mc.Lain 168 acre tract at 1344 vrs. southwest
corner said McLain tract in north line Sec. 457, Block A,
H. thence east with north Section No. 457, Block
thence south 373 vrs; thence east at 127 vrs. a point in west
line of a survey in the name of John Mentez; thence north with
west line of said Mentez survey at 1151 vrs. northwest corner
said Montez survey and southwest corner of a one-third league
survey in the name of Geo. Armstrong; thence east with south
line said Armstrong survey and north line said Montez survey
at 502 vrs. northeast corner said Montez survey also northwest
corner Section No. L, East Texas Ry. Co.; thence south with
east line said Montez survey and west line said Section No. 2,
E. T. Ry. Co., at 1900 vrs. southwest corner said Section no. 2,
E. T. Ry. Co., in east line said Montez survey; thence east with
south line said Sec. No. 2, E. T. Ry. Co. at 2160 vrs. its southeast
corner in west line Sec. No. 1. E. T. Ry Co.; thence South
40 vrs. southwest corner said Section No. 1, E. T. Ry. Co.;
thence east 1900 vrs. to the place of beginning.
SEC. 2. That the consolidation proceedings of former
Crowell Independent School District and Common School District
Number 17 and Common School District Number 10 of
Foard County, Texas, including petitions and orders for elections
in said several districts and notices of such consolidation
elections, and the consolidation elections held in said former
Crowell Independent School District and in Common School
District Number 17 and in Common School District Number 10
of Foard County, Texas, on or about the 8th day of May, 1926,
and returns of said elections, and the orders of the commissioners'
court of Foard County, Texas, passed on or about the 12th
day of May, 1926, declaring the result of such consolidation
elections, and declaring the hereinbefore named three school
districts to be consolidated and declaring the boundaries of
Crowell Independent School District to be extended by such
consolidation so as to include the territory hereinbefore described,
being the territory formerly included in said hereinbefore
mentioned three school districts, be and the same are hereby
in all things ratified and validated, as of the respective dates
on which such proceedings respectively were had.
SEC. 3. The management and control of the public free
school of said Crowell Independent School District is hereby
vested in a board of seven trustees, that shall be composed of
seven persons who are resident citizens and qualified voters residing
within said district. The trustees of Crowell Independent
School District, as the same has heretofore been organized
and governed are hereby continued in office under this Act until
the expiration of their respective terms and until their successors
shall have been elected and qualified, as is provided by
the General Laws for the election of trustees in independent
school districts organized for school purposes only.
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