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Schultz / Schulz

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Wednesday, March 20, 1940
Page 8   column 5
High School Music Leader
Will Conduct Number
for I. U. Unit
          The Shelbyville high school music director,  Martin Schulz,  has been invited to direct the well known composition, "The Thunderer" by John Phillip Sousa, when it will be played by the Indiana university concert band here Tuesday morning, March 25, at 9:15 o'clock in the Shelbyville hymnasium.  The university band members will be guests of the local high school while in the city.
          Shelbyville is included in the spring concert itinerary of the Indiana university band, along with 10 other cities.  The organization will cover 450 miles, traveling in two large buses over a period of three days beginning March 25 and ending March 27.  Frederick E. Green  will direct the band and  Major R. N. Hagerty  will be master of ceremonies.
          Cities to be visited will include:  Martinsville, Edinburg, Columbus, Shelbyville, Knightstown, Noblesville, Windfall, Anderson, Pendleton, Brazil and Linton.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelby  Republican
Thursday January 31, 1924
          The old-fashioned square dance resulted in the separation of  Mrs. Ida Schultz and  Anderson Schultz,  residents of Columbus, according to evidence given by the wife yesterday at a hearing conducted in the Bartholomew Circuit Court.  The wife was granted a divorce.  She testified that she attended the dances because she saw nothing wrong in them and that as a result her husband nagged at her continually for two years.  The couple had been married for thirty-five years when the dance caused their separation.
Contributed by Barb Huff

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