The  Shelby  Republican
Thursday April 17, 1924
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DIVORCE  GRANTED
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          Mrs. Iva I. Hatton  was granted a decree of divorce from  Roy Hatton  by Judge Harry C. Morrison, in the Shelby Circuit Court today.  Her former name of  Iva I. Kerr  was ordered restored to her by the court.
Contributed by Barb Huff


The  Shelbyville  Democrat
Thursday  December 23, 1918
Page 1
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SHELBYVILLE  MAN  ASKS
DAMAGES  OF  $10,000
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William  Hatton  Brings  Suit
Against  Hodell  Furniture
Company
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LOSING  HEARING  AND  SIGHT
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Result  of  Injury  Caused  by  Board
Falling  from  Lashbar  Truck --
Court  Orders  Newspaper  Hold  on
Petition  of  Receiver
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          William F. Hatton  filed suit in circuit court today demanding damages of $10,000 of the Hodel Furniture Company because of personal injuries he suffered on February 4, 1916, while employed by the company at its furniture factory in this city.  The sad complaint was prepared by Attorney Case Carter.
          Mr. Hatton sets forth that he was employed regularly to sweep the floors of the factory and to carry samll pieces of lumber from room to room of te plant.  On the day in question he says he was called from his regular duties to assist in pushing a truck loaded with lumber into the dry kiln, being ordered to assist in the work by the factory superintendent, and that while so engaged a heavy board fell from the pile of lumber on the truck, a distance of eight feet and struck him a terrible blow on the head.
          The plaintiff alleges that because of the injury he has been unable to work since because of the results that followed the injury.  He says he still suffers great pain, that the hearing in his left ear was destroyed, his sight impaired, his mind affected, his memory impaired and his nervous system so shocked that ever since then his sleep is disturbed and broken.  He alleges that the injury has caused him to expend $200 already for medical attention.  Mr. Hatton 
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Democrat
Friday, February 14, 1913
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          Miss Bertha Hatten,  of Noble township, who underwent an operation for abdominal troubles several weeks ago at the Mercy hospital at Columbus, is getting along nicely.  She was removed to her home the first of the week.
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming


The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Friday, September 22, 1899
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          Clerk Gleasner  yesterday issued a marriage license to  William F. Drake  and  Estella Hatten.  The parties reside in Noble township, where the groom holds the office of Constable.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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