Born in Mooresville on December 11, 1863, Julietta ("Julia") Reynolds attended the Mooresville Academy School until 1880, when she married Edward F. Nelson. The couple moved to Indianapolis circa 1887. Subsequently, in 1903 Julia and Edward moved to Muncie, Indiana, where Edward was employed as a pressman for the local newspaper. (Pressmen operated the printing presses; not to be confused with a reporter.) Julia served as chairwoman of the Delaware County Republican Women's Club during the 1920 elections. She was also active in the women's suffrage movement, as well as organizations such as the Order of the Eastern Star and the State Assembly Women's Club.
- House Bill 425: To establish private hearings in criminal cases involving rape and in determination of paternity hearings.
- House Bill 322: To establish an Indiana Motion Picture Board to examine, approve, and regulate movies shown in Indiana theaters.