Jennie Allderdyce

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Jennie Allderdyce - A directed verdict brought a sud- , den end to...
A directed verdict brought a sud- , den end to a civil jury trial in Battle Creek yesterday when Cir-, I cult Judge Blaine W. Hatch in,! I structed the Jurors to award a $511' judgment, to Jennie E. Alderdyce, ! against the estate of the late At- ; torney William E. Ware, her form- j er employer. Mr. Ware started the I I suit some time before his death, | alleging that Mrs. Alderdyce owed j him $1,500 for professional services! | in carrying a divorce case to the 1 supreme court, and $400 for cash he had advanced to her. ackowl- i edging he owed her $571 for steho- graphic services. Mrs. Alderdyce countered with a claim for about $1,600 for services she said she had rendered. The jurors. . Ai« a *f£if*-li/^i" nrai*o slicm _ following j the verdict, were dismissed until ? Monday afternoon, at which time . , • .,,„__.„,, .-,„„, c . m.uit\^u*j n-v^».. V v«», «« .,*.k^*» b.4.»v the suit of the Marshall Coal &

Clipped from Marshall Evening Chronicle13 Mar 1936, FriPage 2

Marshall Evening Chronicle (Marshall, Michigan)13 Mar 1936, FriPage 2
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