Wednesday, June 10, 2009

JEROME - March 24, 1947

The Seymour Herald - 27 March 1947
  Mrs. S. J. Owen has moved from her Centerville home to the small house on her son Kenneth's farm. Her son Donald of Ames is spending this week with her during spring vacation at Iowa State College.
  Harry Sidles of Ames is also spending the week at the parental Peter Sidles home.
  Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Mincks are both sick with flu.
  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crooks of Rockford, Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Oris Becknal of Centerville were calling on friends in this vicinity on Thursday.
  The W.S.C.S. will meet at the church on Thursday, March 27, for a cooperative dinner. Mrs. Peter Sidles and Mrs. I. E. Fry will be hostesses. The regular missionary study will be conducted in the afternoon in charge of Mrs. Paul Ervins.
  The upper grades of school were dismissed for two days last week because of the death of the teacher, Mrs. Ernestine Del Pontes' grandmother, in Centerville.
  Mrs. Forrest Workman returned from the St. Joseph Hospital on Monday. She had spent several days there for observation and treatment. Their daughter Janice spent several days with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Lowe, near Cincinnati. She returned home on Saturday.
  Mrs. Murle Loofburrow returned home last week. She had spent several weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Link in Centerville after the birth of a son at the St. Joseph hospital in Centerville. She and baby are both doing well.
  A very successful food sale was held by the W.S.C.S. at the Farmers store in Centerville on March 15. They cleared around $35.00.
  An Easter program will be given on Easter Sunday following the preaching service.
  Mrs. Lyda Bollman is spending several days in Des Moines with her son Clay Hickie and family.

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