Monday, April 12, 2010
JEROME By Miss Susie Sidles
The Seymour Herald - 18 December 1952
Mrs. James Felkner spent a few days last week with her daughter and family, the Chester Jarnigans, in Des Moines.
Mrs. J. W. Workman is recovering following surgery in the St. Joseph's hospital last week. She expects to be home soon.
Friends here exend congratulations to Phyllis Hawkins, formerly a home down girl, who was married to Don Cain of Seymour Dec. 12 in the St. John Methodist church chapel in Davenport. They will be at home for the next few months in Long Beach, Calif., where he is stationed with the Navy.
William and Norman Hefner, accompanied by Bonnadene Wilson of Centerville, spent Sunday in Des Moines at the Mervin Burkett home.
The W.S.C.S. will have their annual Christmas party and gift exchange Thursday. Mrs. Merle Loofburrow has charge of the entertainment and Mrs. H. L. Mallett, Mrs. Otis Seals and Mrs. Paul McElvain will be hostesses.
Friends have received word from the Rev. J. A. Wilson, a former pastor who buried his wife recently. They had spent the past year with their daughter, Mrs. Frank Inman, at Crown Point, Ind., and she was brought to Libertyville for burial. He returned with his daughter to Crown Point and will spend the winter there.
Barney Mallett is recovering at his home following surgery at the Bloomfield hospital a short time ago.
Adrain and Dwight Davis have completed their work at the Grismore turkey farms in Corydon. They were employed there the past several weeks.
The M.Y.F. plans to visit older people and sing carols Wednesday evening. They are sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mincks.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Dooley of Davenport visited relatives here for several days.
Richard Ponsetto, who has been in Cold Bay, Alaska, the past year connected with the weather department of the armed services, is home for a 20 day furlough before reporting for further duty at Washington, D.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Condra and Jim spent last Sunday with the Darl Longs north of Mystic.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Felkner have sold their farm to James Heilman and have moved to Centerville. They Heilmans will move to the Felkner farm later after doing some remodeling.
Mrs. Essie Loofburrow is spending several days in Kansas City with her sister, Mrs. Jessie Bear, who is very ill.
Janice Workman has been out of school several days with a bad cold.
The Sunday school will have a program Christmas eve at the church. Mrs. Paul Felkner and committee will have charge.