An item found in The Republican (Danville, Indiana) – issue of Thursday, December 13, 1934 – page 5, column 1:
FOURTEEN STUDENTS FROM COUNTY ATTEND INDIANA U.
Fourteen Hendricks County students are enrolled at Indiana University this semester, according to the records of the registrar's office. This semester's enrollment at the Hoosier state school is the largest in the history of the university, and represents an increase of 15.4 percent over the enrollment for the first semester of last year.
Registered this semester from this county are:
Clayton: Arvid G. Baker, Eileen Riggle (nurses' training school, Indianapolis)
Danville: Arthur Blair, Ruth A. Bridges, Virginia Brill, Margaret Covert, Waylan E. Johnson
Pittsboro: Selwyn F. Husted
Plainfield: Lorna Barker, Gertrude Dill (social service department, Indianapolis), Mary C. Peacock (nurses' training school, Indianapolis), William C. Stafford, Colleen Stanley, Joan Stanley.