The  Shelbyville  Republican
Monday, April 13, 1942
          Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Kelley  and  Mrs. Leo C. Theobald  of Union Township, have recently returned from Urbana, Ill., where they visited Mrs. Theobald's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Al Brown and her brother, Capt. V. H. Brown  and family.  While there they visited Chanute Field at Rantool, Ill., where Capt V. H. Brown is stationed.
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The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, December 26, 1905
          George Theobald, one of Union township's prominent democratic leaders, was a welcome caller on the Democrat, Saturday.
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The  Daily  Democrat
Monday, September 4, 1893
          Mr. and  Mrs. W. H. Miller and daughter, are here from Bucyrus, Ohio, on a visit to their daughter, Mrs. Will Theobald.
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The  Shelby  Republican
Thursday, March 2, 1893
Of the Marriage of Henry Weingarth and Miss Julia Theobold.
          On Washington's birthday, February 22, 1893, was celebrated in Union township at their home, the twenty-fifth anniversary of the marriage of Henry Weingarth and  Julia Theobold.  About sixty guests filled the handsomely decorated parlors and offered them hearty congratulations.  The older folks sat down to a fine six o'clock dinner and had an elegant time, but the young folks had fun when their turn came.  With Dr. Charles Winters, of Cincinnati, as host, and Miss Katie Weingarth, as hostess, laughter and merriment were the presiding divinities.  The tables were fairly loaded down with good things to please the eye and tickle the palate.  On adjourning to the parlors everybody joined in the old fashioned but always enjoyable country games.  The presents were many and valuable and when at last the time for separation came to the merry company, many were the kind wishes for happy returns to Mr. and Mrs. Weingarth, and the Republican asks to extend its good wishes to them also.
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