Sunday, November 7, 2010

JEROME - 20 April 1944

The Seymour Herald - 20 April 1944
  Mrs. J. W. Day of Centerville spent the weekend with her daughter, Mrs. J. G. Morris and family.
  Mr. and Mrs. Dougal Forsyth of Mystic spent Sunday at the Wm. Hefner home.
  Billy Mincks spent Friday at home as the Centerville school had one day for Easter vacation. He returned to Centerville for Saturday where he is employed in the Parker Clothing Store.
  Miss Audrey Morjur of Plano spent Easter Sunday at the J. W. Workman home.
  Richard McElvain of the U.S. Navy stationed in Lawrence, Kans., was a weekend visitor with his mother, Mrs. Cecil McElvain and family.
  Mrs. Roy Glenn and Miss Susie Sidles attended the silent auction sale in Promise City on Friday night.
  Mrs. Effie Houx of Cedar Rapids furnished a flower for the Methodist church on Easter Sunday in memory of her mother, Mrs. J. G. Kinney.
  Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Moore and daughters, Helen Lu and Mary Anna, moved to Seymour last Thursday. Mrs. Anna Snodgrass will occupy the house they have just vacated.
  Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Moore and small son of Davenport, have spent the past week at the Carl Hamm home and with other relatives.
  Mrs. Veil returned to her home in Selby after spending the winter at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hawkins. Mrs. Hawkins accompanied her to Des Moines by bus and returned the next day.
  Billy Hawkins of Seymour is sick at the home of his grandfather here.
  Miss Margaret Felkner of Des Moines spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Felkner.
  The Easter service and program was well attended in spite of it being a rainy Easter.

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