The Shelby Democrat
(From Tuesday’s Daily)
Thursday April 19, 1923
ASKS ANNULMENT IN SUIT
Describing conditions before and after marriage as entirely different, a complaint filed in Marion county by
John E. Hurley against Gertrude W. Hurley, was received here today on a change of venue and entered in the Shelby circuit court.
Mr. Hurley asks the annulment of his marriage with the defendant and also the return of property he transferred to her after their marriage.
The couple was married October 22, 1919, the complaint alleges and before the ceremony the defendant was very solicitous and kind to the plaintiff.
After the wedding however Mr. Hurley charges she refused to live with him unless he transferred to her his property, valued at $65,000 and that he finally did deed her a portion of his holdings.
He alleges she kept company with other men and otherwise mistreated him.
Contributed by Barb Huff
The Shelbyville Republican
Friday Afternoon, March 31, 1196[sic] 
MISS HURLEY GUEST OF HONOR AT SUPPER
MEMBERS OF NIGHT SCHOOL SPANISH CLASS
ENTERTAINED HER IN ROYAL MANNER ---
PRESENTED BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS.
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Indianapolis Star
September 7, 1915
Page 4 Column 5
SHELBYVILLE -- Miss
Edith B. Hurley of Ann Arbor, Mich., has been engaged as a teacher of
Spanish in the high school here. She has taught Spanish four years at
Owasso, Mich., and Prescott, Ariz.
Contributed by Virginia Latta Curulla