Shelby  County  Indiana
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The  Shelbyville  Republican
Monday, September 21, 1925
(Continued from Page One)
... given by the Rev. Mr. Ramsey.
          Interesting numbers of the program in the entertaining line were a reading by  Mrs. S. G. Parker,  a piano solo by  Miss Eva Nave  and a reading by  Miss Charlotte Hungate.
          The reports by township officers showed the work in the two townships to be making fine progess.  Mrs. Harvey Snider,  of the Fountaintown M.E. school, teacher of a ladies' class, was given credit for having the only chartered and fully organized class in the two townships.  The Rev. G. E. Shookman  pronounced the benediction.
          Clyde Linkenfelter  had charge of the meeting as president.  He was re-elected along with all the rest of the officers for another year, the others being  Murray Rafferty,  vice-president;  Martha Krammes,  secretary;  Children's division superintendent,  Flossie Lewis;  Young People's division,  Ona Sullivan;  adult division,  Mrs. S. G. Parker; education,  Mamie McNamara;  administrative,  Earl Rice  and publicity,  Bertha Miller.
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The Muncie Morning Star
December 16, 1904
STATE NEWS (by Star Special Service)
Shelbyville- Charles Nave, near Lewis Creek, undertook to beat his horse with a stick.  The stick broke and a fragment stuck Nave in the left eye, blinding the sight.
Transcribed by DJ Faust, contact for info about copies.

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Shelbyville, Ind., September 18, 1896
Page 2
     R. L. Nave  is working for Milan Huffman.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Wednesday, January 27, 1886
Page 3
          Mort Nave,  who lives several miles east of town, lost twenty fat hogs that would average 300 pounds each, a short time ago, with cholera.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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