Victor News Items

Mrs. Mary Hattersley passed away at 5 p.m. Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Will Hattersley. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Will Hattersley and 3 granddaughters and 1 grandson. They are Mrs. Georgia Hattersley Haden, Savanna, Ill., Mrs. Wilma Hattersley Johnson, of Mexico, Mrs. Murline McIntyre Olliver, of Mexico, and Latour Hattersley, of Long Beach, Calif., 3 great-grandchildren, Mary Lou Haden, Julian and Jack Hattersley of California.

Mrs. Hattersley will be sadly missed by all who knew her. Funeral was held at Victor Christian Church Sunday. Rev. W.J. Jarman, of Paris, preached the funeral and burial was in Lick Creek Cemetery, at Perry.

Mrs. Georgia Hayden, Mrs. Wilma Johnson and Mrs. Murline Olliver have been at the bedside of their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Hattersley the past week.

Mrs. Molly Calhoon continues to improve.

Billy Joe Ricks is ill with scarlet fever.

Mrs. L.B. Walton is suffering with sinus trouble.

Billy Jean Gentry has the measles.

Mrs. Bess Bare of new London, visited friends here last week.

Miss Doris Carpenter spent last week with her uncle, Al Carpenter and family.

Mrs. Bess Bare, Mrs. Molly Buffington, Mrs. Allene Adams, Mrs. W.J. Friday and son visited Mrs. Will Francis and Miss Julia Hinkle Tuesday afternoon.

Mrs. Everett Francis, Hulda Sue Francis and Lillie Ann Calhoon visited Mrs. Will Francis Saturday.

Peggy Wilmarth visited Betty Jean and Edna June Gentry Sunday afternoon. 

Sunday School was not held at Fairview Union Church Sunday because of Mrs. Mary Hattersley’s funeral being at that time.

Mrs. Zelma Gentry went to Kansas City last week for several weeks’ visit with her daughter and son, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shepherd and son, Jim Bob, Mr. and Mrs. James Gentry and sons, Ronald Lee and Martin David.

W.J. Friday hauled lime Saturday for George Street.

Charley Lutz will to to St. Louis Tuesday. He will spend the winter there.

Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Woodyard will leave soon for Arkansas to spend the winter with her parents.

Source: Article from the 20 Nov 1941 edition of the Perry Enterprise. Submitted by Mary Beth Kirtlink.