Sunday, November 7, 2010
JEROME - 6 April 1944
The Seymour Herald - 6 April 1944
The township trustees are meeting today (Monday) in the Miner's Hall.
Wayne Moore of the U.S. Army is home for a 15 day furlough. He is the son of D. E. Moore.
Shirley Carpenter returned to her home in Promise City last Wednesday after spending several days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Glenn.
W. R. Hefner and family and Howard Hart attended the McMurry funeral in Promise City on Sunday afternoon.
Burdette Workman who is working in the Tri-Cities spent the week end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Workman.
L. J.Norris is up and about after a long illness following the flu.
The family night supper held at the Methodist church on Friday night was largely attended. Rev. Greenwood of the Methodist church of Centerville gave a very inspiring address. His five children furnished music.
The Roy Glenn family spent Sunday at the Lloyd Stevens home near Seymour. They were accompanied by their daughter, Mrs. Iris Homes.
Wm. Henderson was hauling phosphate from Moulton last week.
W. R. Hefner had their house wired for electricity last week and were connected to the I.S.U. line that passes their home on last Friday. It is reported the I.S.U. will soon furnish other homes with electricity.
Mrs. Eleanor Carpenter and daughter, Shirley, were supper guests at the parental Roy Glenn home, Sunday.
Officials from the Miners' Union office in Albia were in Jerome on Friday looking after the Miner's Hall here. Since it is no longer used it has been sold to Mike Ponsetto.
Joe Nichols has gone to Kansas City to seek employment.
Rudolph Buyans received word from their son "Rudy" last week. It was written December 5 and arrived here March 27. He is in prison in Germany. He reported everything all right and all packages sent from here had been received. He said with that and the Red Cross packages received, he was having all he needed. He is working on construction work.
Phyllis, Betty, and Mary Margaret Hawkins of Seymour attended the family night supper here on Friday night and spent the weekend at the Wm. Hawkins home.