The  Shelbyville  Republican
Wednesday, April 29, 1936
Page 1
4-H  LEADERS    
Whitehead  to  Direct
Annual  Camp;  Agents
Meet  at  Franklin
          Wilbur W. Whitehead,  Shelby county agricultural agent, attended a meeting of the 4-H club vocational teachers and county agents from four counties at Franklin last night to discuss plans for the annual 4-H club camp.
          Vocational teachers and county agents from Brown, Bartholomew, Johnson and Shelby counties were present.  Plans were made for the 4-H club camp to be held on the Franklin college campus from Aug. 3 to 7, inclusive.
          The program and other matters dealing with the camp, will be made at a meeting at Franklin, June 17.
          Officers for the camp were elected at a meeting held last fall.  They are:  Mr. Whitehead, camp director;  Guy Napier, Johnson county, assistant director;  R. E. Grubbs, Brown county, manager and  A. V. Keesling, Bartholomew county, secretary.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Wednesday February 10, 1915
Page 1 column 1
          Nelson Whitehead, through his attorney, M.O. Sullivan, has filed a suit for divorce against his wife Elizabeth Lou Whitehead. The complaint says they were married May 26, 1909 and that their final separation occurred July 8, 1913.
          Mr. Whitehead charges that his wife cursed and abused him and that she has been living in adultery for some times with one Thomas Clark.
Contributed by Barb Huff

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