Thursday, June 11, 2009
JEROME - 7 April 1947
The Seymour Herald - 10 April 1947
The Thornton Strange family have moved to the farm known as the Stoner farm they recently purchased from Chas. Shubat. They came from Chatsworth, Ill.
The Rodney Ervin family of Ottumwa spent Sunday at the Clarence Erwin home.
Mrs. Barney Felkner has spent the last three weeks with relatives in Davenport.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Jones and son Frankie of Ottumwa spent last Sunday at the Mrs. Ida Mincks home.
Mrs. L. E. Veil of Selby has gone to Sigourney, Ia., to visit a daughter after spending several weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. F. Hawkins, here.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jarnajin and son Tommy spent several days last week at the parental James Felkner home.
Elihu Parks is recovering from being bedfast with flu several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walise of Newberg returned last Wednesday to their home after spending a few days at the Wm. and W. R. Hefner homes. Mrs. Walise was the former Marjorie Humphrey, a niece of Wm. Hefner.
Burdette Workman of Davenport is spending the Easter vacation at the parental J. W. Workman home.
Mrs. B. A. Morrison of Council Bluffs is visiting at the Richard Mincks home and with other friends.
Miss Phyllis Hawkins of Des Moines is a week end guest at her home, the W. E. Hawkins family.
The young married people's choir of 14 voices with Mrs. Paul Felkner as reader, gave a lovely Easter program at the Methodist Church Sunday morning.
The following officers were chosen for the ensuing year at the annual meeting of the Jerome Cemetery Association held at the school house last Monday evening: President -- W. E. Hawkins, Vice Pres. -- Susie R. Sidles, Secy. Treas. -- Miss Kathryn Hawkins. The following trustees were appointed: K. E. Owen, J. W. Workman and Murle Loofburrow.
Mrs. Roy Phillips and Mrs. Harry Hoover of Centerville and Mrs. Hoover's daughter, Martha of Portland, Oregon, were callers last week at the Cadd and Kathryn Hawkins home.
Mrs. Effie Hour of Cedar Rapids furnished a lovely Easter lily for the Methodist Church on Sunday in memory of her parents, the J. G. Kinney family. It was then sent to Miss Cadd Hawkins, who is ill.