Source: Waveland Independent newspaper, Waveland, Montgomery County, Indiana March 12, 1920
Noble Reeves was here from New Market Tuesday. He left in the evening for Cincinnati to bring through five cars. It is a two-day trip and he expected to lay over at Richmond. The firm of Etter & Reeves has orders booked for 38 cars and five sedans, and has sold a half dozen Fords. Some hustlers to do that with the roads in the state they are. kbz
Source: Waveland Independent newspaper,Waveland, Montgomery County, Indiana April 26, 1918 Noble Reeves of New Market, was here on Wednesday. He goes to Camp Taylor Saturday. He desires to express his appreciation of all the business favors he has received from the citizens of Waveland and vicinity.
Source: Waveland Independent newspaper, Waveland, Montgomery County, Indiana May 3, 1918 Among the 53 soldiers that left for Camp Taylor on Saturday were Noble Reeves, Roy Demoret and Roy Tague of New Market and Raymond Ferrell and Ray England of Browns Valley. Roy Tague is the son of Mort Tague. Fred McNutt volunteered to go in advance of his call in place of Paul Everson. kbz
Source: Citizens Historical Association Biography Aug. 17, 1940
Noble Reeves, son of Henry Clay and Lena May (Noble) Reeves was born in Montgomery County, Indiana Aug 28, 1893. Henry Clay Reeves son of Wilfred and Mary Ann (Sidener) Reeves was born in Montgomery Co IN 1858. He is a retired farmer and funeral director. He resides at New Market, Ind. His wife, Lena May (Noble) Reeves a native of Parke Co. Indiana died in December 1937. Her parents Thomas and Sarah I. (Connelly) Noble were born in Parke Co. Thomas Noble was a farmer. Two children were born to Henry Clay and Lena Reeves, the youngest being Noble Reeves. Wilfred Reeves, father of Henry Clay Reeves was born in Ohio. About 1830 he moved to Montgomery Co Ind. He was a farmer. His wife, Mary Ann Sidener was born in Montgomery Co. Noble Reeves, the subject of this sketch, attended high school in Crawfordsville, Ind and and graduated from Askin's College of Embalming of Indianapolis Ind in 1926. In that same year at New Market, he established an undertaking business which he since has operated under his own name. on Dec. 1, 1937, in partnership with Walter L. Hunt, Mr. Reeves established a funeral home in Crawfordsville known as Hunt & Reeves which has continued in business to the present time. On April 27, 1918, Mr. R. enlisted for service in theWorld War, and became a motor instructor in the Motor Transport Division. He was honorably discharged Jan 13, 1919. Mr. R. who is a Democrat is a member of the following: Masonic Lodge (32nd degree); and Shrine; Eastern Star; Rotary Club; Knights of Pythias (at New Market); American Legion; Modern Woodmen of America; Montgomery County C of C; Montgomery County Chapter, Citizens Historical Association; and M. E. Church. His favorite recreations are fishing and cards. Mr. R. also enjoys his clubs and theatre. He owns a 40-acre general farm in Montgomery Co. The Reeves family residence is located at New Market. In 1913, Noble Reeves married Elizabeth Demaree who died in 1915. There were no children. In 1922, Mr. Reeves married Pauline Friend, a native of Montgomery Co. Her parents, Theodore and Fannie (Myers) Friend were born in Ky. Theodore Friend is a retired farmer. Mr. & Mrs. Reeves are the parents of one child, Joyce Eileen who was born March 15, 1924. kbz