The New Era (Hughes Springs, Tex.), Vol. 30, No. 49, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 27, 1932 Page: 3 of 4
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District Court News
Exparte Paul Hale, disabilities
ae a minor removed.
Frank L. Millington ve* Leo
MoCoy, suit on note and deed of
trust, judgment by default for
plaintiff with foreclosure of lien.
V, A. Wallace vs Liggitt Myer
Tobacco Co. damages, jury ver-
diot for plaintiff for $1000.
R. 8. Allday Supply Co. ve.
Mrs. W. A. Burris el ale, parti-
tion, judgment for plaintiff
Delia Haskins vs. Charlie Has-
kins, divorce and for partition of
property; divoroe granted and
judgment for one half of property
described in plaintiff’s petition
and cost. J. S. Baker, J. O. Log
wood, R. P. Rutland appointed
commissioners to partition pro-
perty and report at next term of
Ony Daniel vs. India Daniel,
S. B. Phillips vb. Zeller Phil
lips, divorce granted.
J. E. Burleson vs Cora Burle-
son. divorce granted.
Morris Penny vs Mabel Penny,
James Gibson ve Sallie Gibson,
divorce granted and care and
curtody of child P. Gibson grant-
ed to mother.
Edna Mae Doss vs Arthur Doss
R-bie Speer vs Ira Speer, di
vorce granted and property rightf
as per agreement filed.
Ebbie 8mith vs Leveria Smith
B. F. Ayers vs Letha Ayers,
Mrs. E, M, Gibson, vs. E. M
Gibson, divorce dismisse I.
State vs Mrs. Lenuie Lasater,
motion for new trial overruled.
State vs. Cleve Hendersou, mo
tiou for new trial overruled; de-
fendant gave police of appeal to
higher court, bond set at $2000 00
8tate vs Miles Davis, motion
for uew trial overruled; defen
dant excepted and gave notloe of
appeal to higher court.
State ve Otis aud Dave Reeves,
granted new trials.
State ve F M. Burchfield, mo-
tion for new trial overruled, noiice
of appeal given.
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A gold digger had died and all
her possessions' including an
educated parrot, were being auc
tioned off by the sheriff.
Sheriff: “What am I offered
for this beautiful bird?'1
First Bidder: “One bean-”
Second Bidder; ' Two bucks.”
“Make it five daddy,” croaked
the parrot, “and I’ll give yon a
Key fitting Yale and Com-
bination locks repaired.
L. L, Wallace.
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