Shelby County Indiana
The Kokomo Tribune
A delayed European honeymoon in July is planned by Terry L. Sheedy and his bride, the former Miss Rose Mary Beyer. The couple were married June 1 in St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, Shelbyville, by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. James Lindenmeyer. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John Beyer Jr., Shelbyville, and Mr. and Mrs. George Sheedy, Windfall R. R. 1. Mrs. John Bottorff, Indianapolis was her sister's matron of honor and Miss Sueann Schroeder, LaPorte, was bridesmaid. Laura Bottorff was flower girl and John Bottorff was ring bearer. The bridegroom's brother, Larry Sheedy of Fairmount, was best man and Darrell Sheedy, Elwood, was groomsman. The bride is a graduate of Ball State University. Sheedy, a graduate of Marion College, also was graduated from Ball State. Both are employed by the Northern Community Schools of Tipton County.
June 9, 1974
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin
The Shelby Democrat
The corn show and farmers' institute, held at Waldron today for Liberty and Noble township, Shelby county, and Orange township, Rush county, attracted a large attendance, the sessions being held at Weintraut's hall. There were eighty-six entries for the corn show, which was a specially good one, and seven entries for the yeast bread contest.
Thursday, December 13, 1917
AWARDS AS ANNOUNCED
AT WALDRON CORN SHOW
Interesting Meeting Today
At Weintraut Hall -- Farm-
ers' Insitutue Held.
(From Wednesday's Daily.)
The institute speakers were Mrs. Moore, of Rockville, and C. B. Benjamin, a Purdue man and expert dairyman. The Waldron high school orchestra furnished the special music for the program.
Corn show awards were announced as follows:
Amateurs --- Ten ears white, Frank Beyer, Henry Thoman, Theodore Thoman and Bernard Chesser. Ten ears yellow, Frank Beyer, Elbert Wagoner, Frank Glaub and Arnold Spellman. Sweepstakes in ten-ear class, Frank Beyer. Single ear white, Frank Beyer, Harry Montgomery and S. S. Montgomery. Single ear yellow, Elbert Wagoner, Frank Beyer and Arnold Spellman. Sweepstakes single ear, Frank Beyer.
Boys and Amateurs --- Ten ears mixed, George R. McCain, Frank Kolkmeier, Charles H. McCain and Oscar Howard. Single ear mixed, Frank Kolkmeier and Charles H. McCain.
Boys' Class --- Ten ears white, Valentine Beyer, Raymond Lux, Roscoe McNeely and Frank Kolkmeier. Ten ears yellow, Ira Wagoner, Frank Kolkmeier, Valentine Beyer and Howard Crisler. Sweepstakes ten ears, Ira Wagoner. Single ear white, Val Beyer, Charles H. McCain, George McCain and Roscoe McNeely. Single ear yellow, Ira Wagoner, Roscoe McNeely, Valentine Beyer and Lewis McAhren. Sweepstakes single ear, Valentine Beyer.
Professional Class --- Forty-five ears any color, John Beyer, Roy McAhren and H. W. Wagoner.
Grand Sweepstakes --- Ten ears, Ira Wagoner. Single ear, Valentine Beyer.
Yeast Bread --- Mrs. Gertrude Morgan, Mrs. Walter Richey, Mrs. Rhoda Archey and Mrs. Carrie Wiley.
Officers for next year's meeting were elected as follows: A. F. McCain, president; Roy McAhren, vice-president; John Beyer, secretary, and Ezra Morgan, treasurer.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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