Tuesday, December 8, 2009

JEROME By Miss Susie Sidles

Seymour Herald - 17 July 1952
  Mr. and Mrs. John Kline and two children of Satanta, Kans., have spent the past week at the parental J. G. Morris home.
  Mr. and Mrs. George Sidles and family spent Monday in Des Moines. They visited the Rev. Roy H. Mills family, who have recently moved there from Paterson, N.J., where he was pastor of the Paterson Ave. Methodist churches. He is now pastor of the Easton Place Methodist church in Des Moines. The Sidles were accompanied home by George Mills, who will some some time with them.
  Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols and Ray, Linda and Janie of Buffalo, Iowa, spent last Tuesday with the John Hickies.
  The youth fellowship attended a district rally at Moulton Monday evening. Richard Mincks and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Felkner accompanied them.
  Dor. and Mrs. Robert Rinker and four children of Augusta, Ga., spent Tuesday and Wednesday with Miss Susie Sidles, returning from Oto, Iowa, where they attended the golden wedding of Dr. and Mrs. George E. Rinker. 
  The women of the W.S.C.S. will serve ice cream Thursday evening, July 17, at the social rooms of the church. Mrs. Paul Ervin, Mrs. Paul McElvain and Mrs. Merle Loofburrow are the committee.
  Mr. and Mrs. Merle Loofburrow and two children and Mrs. Essie Loofburrow spent Sunday in Des Moines. Mrs. Merle Loofburrow's father, Ralph Link, is seriously ill in the Lutheran hospital there following an auto accident June 23. 
  Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Warrick and four children of Newton spent Sunday at the parental Ray Parks home east of town.
  Mr. and Mrs. George Brown of Centerville spent Sunday with Mrs. Cecil Elgin and attended church services here.
  Mr. and Mrs. George Sidles and family spent Sunday at Chillicothe, Mo., with Mrs. Sidles' grandmother, Mrs. Hickie.
  Mr. and Mrs. John Kline and children of Satanta, Kans, and John and Charles Morris spent Sunday at Madrid, Iowa, with their uncle, Charles Day, and family.
  Mr. and Mrs. Leggshelty of Waterloo spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Paul Felkner, and family.
  Toni Bunetta of Chicago is visiting his uncle, John Bunetta.

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