|News From The Court House
Garfield Manoy, Chandler and Pearl Taylor.
Frank King, Kemp and Mary Prigmore.
Poynor Johnson and Burnidine Fetters.
Bonner R. Landman, Athens and Margaret L. Smith.
Byron S. Jimmerson, Dallas and Anita Hendrix.
Marshall Crawford, LaRue and Eddie Joe Degrate.
H. H. Hollaway, Athens and Mrs. Addie Blackshear.
Filed In District Court Carlton Lumber Co., Inc, vs. Sam Ford, et al, foreclosure.
Lillie Cook et al versus W. J. Carter, et al, foreclosure.
Quit Claims Deed E. B. LaRue and E. B. Gauntt to W. A. Hawn, lots 14 and 15 of Block 7 in Southern suburbs of Athens, on Thomas Parmer survey, October 29, 1934.
H. W. Thornhill, et us to National Life and Accident Insurance Company, 218.25 acres on Anna Davis league, $3000 October 29, 1934.
J. T. Glover, et us to R. S. Steadman, 69 acres on S. Sanchez survey and 10 ½ acres on S. Sanchez survey, $1.00 Jully 31, 1934.
S. A. Smith, et us to Jeff Lewis Lot. No. 3, also part of a 2 3-4ths acre tract on Thomas Parmer survey, $150, March 11, 1931.
Isaac Goldsmith to Ernestine Goldsmith, 455.14 acres on M. B. McKeever survey, $10.00 October 31st, 1934.
A. F. Spencer, et us to M. O. Kinabrew, undivided half interest part of Lot. No. 4, Block 7, of Thomas Parmer survey, $4000.00, November 3, 1934.
Ben Davis, Earl Davis , Lela Davis and May Gilbert and husband, E. E. Gilbert to Frank R. Robinson, Rusk, Texas, undivided interest in 37 ½ acres on Joseph Mather survey, $100, November 2.
New York Lodge No. 446 A. F. ??????? Corporation, 57 ½ acres on S. Cal?? Derson survey, July 5, 1934.
Lizzie Tipton to Gulf Production Company, 61 acres on C. M. Walters survey $10.00, October 16th.
J. M. McDonald to Ray Perry, 25 acres on M. Goliher survery, $10, October 3rd, 1934. Jessie M. Priestly to R. J. St. German 3 ½ acres on N. B. Johnson survey, 741/4 acres on N. B. Johnson survey, and 10 ½ acres on Perry Avant survey, $10.00, July 19, 1934.
G. W. Breedlove, et al, to Ray E. Hubbard, one-fourth interest in 712 acres on David Cherry league, October 29th, 1934.
Deeds of Trust
Guaranty Mortgage Company to Maco Stewart, trustee for Guaranty Building and Loan Co., lot No.6 of block 8 of Par Highlands addition City of Athens, $3041.59, September 4, 1934.
W. C. McGuffey, et us by J. P. Pickens, substitute trustee to Guaranty Mortgage Company, lot No. 6, block 8 of Park Highlands in City of Athens, September 4, 1934.
|Turkey Creek Special Correspondence
Turkey Creek Nov. 6
This place was visited by a good rain Friday morning which was needed very badly as the ground was so dry farmers couldn't plow.
Jess Rushing was stricken a few days ago with another stroke of paralysis and little hope is held for his recovery.
Last report from the bedside of Mrs. Noble Barr who is at Baylor Hospital is that she is now on the road to recovery.
Mr. and Mrs. Check Boyd and babies of Athens are spending a few days with the latter's parents here.
Dolph Coburn and wife of Cross Roads spent Sunday at the Calvin Cothran home.
Ed Smith and family of Malakoff spent the week-end at the S. A. Ballard home.
Frank Speake butchered three very fine hogs Monday and put them on cold storage. Bros. Estes Lewis preached at this place Sunday evening.
New Hope Special Correspondence
New Hope, Nov. 5
Health of the community is fairly good except for colds and whooping cough, so far as the writer knows.
Most all the children that haven't had whooping cough, has it now.
C. W. Olson and Jimmie Rodgers went to Dallas Saturday and brought home Mrs. C. W. Olson and baby boy, C. W. Jr. who was born at Baylor hospital. Both mother and baby are doing nicely.
Jim Parker who was operated on for appendicitis at Jacksonville, is improving.
Miss Flora Anderson of Pine Hill spent the week-end here.
The marriage of Archie Bob Tindel of this place and Miss Margaret Smith of Chandler, which was announced last week was a surprise to their many friends. Bob was reared here is a son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Tindel. We wish them much happiness through life.
A fire broke out in the drying kiln at the Woodward saw mill one night last week, burning and damaging several thousand feet of lumber. It was put out before it spread to the rest of the mill.
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