STATE OF TEXAS
COUNTY OF YOUNG
NOTICE OF SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by virtue of a certain executions issued the 29th DAY OF JULY 2015 out of COUNTY COURT, YOUNG COUNTY, TEXAS on a judgment rendered in said such Court in favor of STATE OF TEXAS Cause nos. CV04534, CV04557, CV4541, CV4540, CV4554 and styled as hands for service, I, Bryan Walls as Sheriff of Young County did on the 27th day of August 2015, levy upon the following described articles of personal property in Young County, Texas, as described as follows to wit;
1.Lot/Section number 15189, Block 15189 of the Akers BF Survey, currently in possession of David Burgess.
And that on the 6th DAY OF OCTOBER 2015, being the first Tuesday of said month, between the hours of 10:00 am and 4:00 p.m., on said day, at the courthouse door of said county, I will offer for sale and sell at public venue for cash, all the right, title, and interest of said defendant in and to said property.
Dated: 27 AUGUST 2015
Bryan Walls, Sheriff
Young County Sheriff’s Office
/s/By JIM BUDARF, Chief Deputy
GASPARE PIZZOLO, Plaintiff
DAVID PUTNAM AND ASHLEY PUTNAM, Defendants.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
90TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
OF YOUNG COUNTY, TEXAS
MOTION FOR OTHER SUBSTITUTED SERVICE
On August 24, 2015, the Court considered the Plaintiff’s Motion for Other Substituted Service.
The Court adopts the affidavit of Kathryn Jividen as fact and incorporates same as if set forth here at length.
The Court finds that service of citation by publication on Defendant David Putnam is authorized and that the following method of service would be as likely as publication to give such Defendant actual notice: Publication in the Graham Leader newspaper.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that service on the Defendant David Putnam be effected as soon as possible pursuant to the method specified herein. The officer executing the citation shall state on the return the manner in which service is accomplished and shall attach any evidence showing the result of the service.
SIGNED on August 24, 2015
/s/By STEVE BRISTOW, JUDGE PRESIDING