Saturday, November 6, 2010
JEROME - 20 January 1944
The Seymour Herald - 20 January 1944
Richard Owen of the U.S. Navy and Mrs. Owen of Glenwood have been spending several days with Mrs. S. J. Owen and Kenneth and family.
The Farm Bureau of this community held a hard time party at the Jerome school house Thursday evening. There was a large crowd and a very enjoyable evening was spent playing games and visiting together. Refreshments of corn bread and beans were served.
Walter Warnick has purchased the S. Burns property and expects to live in it. The B. A. Morrison family who have occupied it for several months will vacate about March 1.
Jr. King of the U.S. Army has been spending a ten day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester King, south of town.
Mrs. Roy Glenn has been bedfast for the last ten days with an injured knee caused from a fall. The ligaments are torn and it will be some time bfore she is fully recovered. Her daughter Mrs. Iris Holmes is caring for her.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nichols in the Corydon hospital on Jan. 13 a daughter, Sharon Kay.