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M. of the first Monday after the expiration of 42 days from the date of issuance of this Cita- tion, the same being Monday the 2gth day of November, A. D, 1966, at or before 10 o'clock A. M before the Honorable District Court of Henderson County at the Court House irL Athens, Texas. Said plaintiff's petition was filed on the 20 day of July, 1966. The file number of said suit being No. 66-200. The names of the parties in said suit are: Lester Wool- vertan as Plaintiff and Lola Lee Jones, if livir~g and if dead, i !the legal representatives of said Lola Lee Jones, and the [unknown heirs of Lola Lee Jones and the legal representa- fives of the unknown heirs of Lola Lee Jones, as Defendant. The nature of said suit being substantially aa follows, to wit: That on April 22, 1959, LOLA LEE JONES, as e wid- ow, executed and delivered a promissory note pa~able to L. C. BALLARD and wife, ELLA LEE BALLARD for $2,500.00; at the same time LOLA LEE JONES was the fee simple owner of all that certain lot, tract or parcel of land situat- ed in the town of Eustace, Hen- derson County, Texas on the J. M. BELTRAM LEAGUE, de- scribed as follows: BEGINNING 350.22 feet North of the NW corner of a certain lot sold to A. Murphy, a stake; THENCE North 60 feet, a ste~e; THENCE West 131 feet, a stake; THENCE Sou~ 60 feet, a s~ke; THENCE East 131 feet to the place of BEGINNING, and! being the same land conveyed by R. F. Roberson to Pauline Graham, by deed recorded in Vol. 182, Page 556, Henderson County Deed Records. That the said LOLA LEE JONES executed and delivered to L. C. BALLARD and wife ELLA LEE BALLARD, a deed of trust to secure the promis- sory n~te hereinm~ove describ- ed and referred to; said deed !of trust havin~ been recorded in Vol. 36, on Page 407 of the !Deed of Trust Records of Hen- derson County, Texas; That thereafter, on the 9th day of February, A. D. 1960, L. C. BALLARD and wife, ELLA LEE BALLARD, for a valu- able consideration, sold and transferred said lien and note to LESTER WOOLVERTON as more fully shown by Deed Records of Henderson County, Texas, as recorded in Vol. 477, on Page 308. AND the said LOLA LEE TO YOU, AND YOU, YOUi And at this time, we at Gulf States wish to extend our thanks to each and every one of our wonderful customers, for your favors and friendly good will. Your patronage is always deeply appreciated B. C. TRAMMELL, District Manager Commercial Department J, B, Swink Dorothy Eaton DiCHCt ~rcial Supervisor Retha Blakely Elsie Matthews Charolyn Threlkeld Business Office Supervisor Adelle Derrick Wanda Johnson Assistant Business OfficeBeverly Mayhew Supe~isor Jean Wright Joyce Simmons Traffic Department Lola Richard Traffic Analyst Linda Faulk Chief Operator Norma Warren Evening Chief Operator LaNelle Hardin I:lmy Supervisor Ethel Easley Relief Supervisor Rinner May McBurney Faye Smith Betty Neely Norene Killingsworth Jimmie Clayton Elaine Kerls Joyce McEvoy Gaff Green Ethel Allen Susan Owens Alice Chaney Betty Adair Wanda Hillhouse Nelda Weatherford Billie Ruth MaGee Paulette Malone Marilyn Hoskins Darlyne Fite Linda Drexler Linda Farmer Doris Grubbs Jeanne Malone Murleen Stockard Arm Dixion Marcia Blackmon Patsy Beaird Plant Department James D. Bennett Dist. Plant Co-Ordinator Buster Baldwin Dist. Wire Chief C. M. Martin Equiprnent I~staller & Maintenance Supervisor Joe Watterson Dist. Equipment Supervisor Grady Shirey Hugh Dixon John Campbell DDD l~Iaintenance Supervisor Leslie Green R.P. Cody Boyce Anding Eugene Rivers Adiron Dowell Elton Stone Joe Holder elan Norman Jack Smith Milburn Chancy Guy Andreson Gerald Snow Don Hood Nolan Haywood Construction Foreumn Larry Seilheimer William K. Harris Arther Arnold Mike McBride Herman Tiner Bntsh Crew Foreman Gerald Pevehouse Kerens Elva Nugent Custodian JONES, afar demand was made, has wholly failed and re- fused to make said payments acoording to the terms and conditions of said promissory note and the deed of trust. And the said LESTER WOOL- ~ERTON has declared the whole of same due and pay- able and on July 7, 1966 in- structed his attorney to file suit for $1,046.93 which rep- resents the interest and prin- cipal then due and unpaid, plus the attorney's fees of $104.69, plus all cost of court and pro- eeed with said cause of action to foreclose the vendor's lien and secure an order of sale to fully satisfy the debt. If this Citation is not serv- ed within 90 da}~s after the date of its issuance, it shall be returned unserved. Issued this the 14~h day of October A. D 1966. Given under my hand and seal of said Court, at office in Athens, Texas, this the 14th day of October A. D 1966. Lelia May Kelly, Clerk Court Henderson County, Texas By J. Rogers, Deputy LEGAL NOTICE THE STATE OF TEXAS TO: Wanda Ford and Mary Lou Javier GREETINGS: wit; suit for a permanent in-[ junction to restrain defendantsI from interferring with plain-t tiff and her assigns in the usel of an easement over and across certain property of the defen- dants on the James Coggins Survey in Henderson County, Texas, which land and the easement across same is de- scribed in detail in Plaintiff's Original Petition on file here- in. If this Citation is not serv- ed within 90 days after the date of its issuance, it shall be returned unserved. Issued this the 13th day of December A. D 1966. Given under my hand and seal of said Court, at office inI Athens, Texas, this the 13thI day of December A. D 1966. I Lila May Kelly, Clerk Court Henderson County, Texas TEN YEARS AGO "Paladin Sue," owned by Dr. P. T. Kilman of Malakoff was runner-up in the Texas Open Championship Field Trials, held at Noonday the past two weeks. Alton Cartlidge of Amarillo who is so nice to send the News clippings out of the pa- per there sent in a story con- You are commanded to ap- cerning Mrs. Euna Bess Craw- pear by filing a written an- Icy Johnson in the last weeks swer to the plaintiff's 1st Original Amended petition at or before 10 o'clock A. M. of the first Monday after the ex- piration of 42 days from the date of ismmnce of this Cita- tion, the same being Monday the 30th day of January-, A~ D 1967, at or before 10 o'clock A. M before the Honorable District Court of Henderson County, at the Court House in Athens, Texas. Said plaintiff's 1st Original Amended petition was filed on the 17 day of October, 1966. The file number of said suit being No. 65-232. The names of the parties in said suit are: Eva Faulk, Independent Ad- ministratrix of the Estate of Zillah B. Elledge as Plaintiff, and Artis Elledge Morales, Hilbert Johnson, Wanda Ford and Mary Lou Javier as De- fendants. The nature of said suit be- ing substantially as follows, to issue. The Rex Theatre at the town of Bro~T~sboro, in eas- tern Henderson County, was completely destroyed by fire at 3 p. m. last Friday. This was the second descrutive fir~ in the past two years. According to a report from the Malakoff WSCS president, Mrs. C. M. Gilmore, the So- ciety made a net profit of $273 which will be used in the fur- n~hing of the kitchen and nur- sery of the new church build- ing of the church President and Mr~ Dan M. Royall Sr and Cashier and Mrs. Oscar Phillips Sr of the Citizens State Bank here were among the 500 invited guests to attend the party and open house of the new Fiz~t Nation- al Bank in Corsicana Friday evening. Mrs. Bama Daniels, wife of the late Thee Daniels, the town's first mayor, has been named secretary for the Town ENGAGEMFNT ANNOUNCED --- Mr. and Mrs. Jam~ Setzer of Trinidad announce the engagement and sIP proaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Robert- son, to Thomas Wayne Pease, the son of Mr. and Mrs. C~ W. Pease of Kerens. The wedding will be an event Saturday, December 24. Thomas Wayne is in the United States Navy and is stationed in San Diego, California. of Trinidad. She succeeds Miss Betty Lehman. Pvt. Vernon Emerine, son of Mrs. J. H. Emerlne, who is stationed with the Infantry Di- vision of the U. S. Army in Germany, has been promoted to Private First Class. A large crowd attended the Christmas program presented by the piano students of Mrs. Finis Hardy, December 9th. All religious music was play- ed at the program. Mrs. Louise Cherry, 74, passed away in a Terrell hos- i pital on December 10. Mrs. Cherry had been a resident of Maia~off for the past 40 years." Mrs. Frances Crawford and Claude Bank~ton were united in marriage on Saturady eve- ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bankston in the presence-of the family and close friends of the couple. The Rev. Everett Shrum officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Carney were hosts to the Christmas party of the Club at their home on day evening. TWENTY YEARS The marriage of Miss ys Jo Robertson of and Joseph Fink Jr. of liamstown, New Jersey solemnized on Sunday at m. in the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Jesse The Rev. R. E. Best of officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Athens axmounced the of a son c~n November 28, tipped the scales at and 11 ounces. He has named, Paul. 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