Tuesday, December 8, 2009

JEROME By Miss Susie Sidles

Seymour Herald - 4 September 1952
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  Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Leaming and Michael of Liberal, Kans., returned to their home Sunday after spending two weeks at the parental J. G. Morris home.
  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Felkner and Barbara went to Airdale Friday to spend the long week end with Mrs. Felkner's mother, Mrs. Alfred Williams, and Mr. Williams.
  Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hawkins of Davenport spent a few days here the past week looking after their property and visiting friends.
  Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mincks spent last week on a trip to the Wisconsin Dells and to visit the latter's aunts, Katie and Frances Rotisky, in Chicago. They returned home Friday.
  Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sidles and children of Ames spent Saturday at the parental Peter Sidles home. Pete Sidles returned home with them from Iowa State College where he has attended the summer session. He will have two weeks vacation before beginning the fall term.
  Norman Hefner has spent this week at the State Fair showing his 4-H calf.
  Tommy Owen of Louisville, Ky., and Richard Owen and family of Glenwood returned to their homes Sunday after being here for the funeral of their mother, Mrs. S. J. Owen, which was held Sunday, Aug. 24.
  Mr. and Mrs. Donald Owen of Fort Wayne, Ind., and Hobert Owen and family of Crown Point, Ind., returned to their home earlier in the week.
  Miss Leona Griffin of Muscatine spent the week end with the Rev. M. R. Gonzalez and family. She has just returned from a five weeks trip with Miss Rosita Gonzalezx in Puerto Rico.
  Mrs. George Sidles and daughters spent several days at the State Fair. While there they visited Mrs. Lyda Bollman who is spending some time in the Clay Hickie home while the Hickies are away on vacation.
  Mr. and Mrs. Tony Blozevich and Mr. and Mrs. James Felkner returned Thursday from a 10-day trip south and east. They especially enjoyed seeing the renovated White House.
  The Lyonal Montgomery family of Gary, Ind., spent several days last week at the Joe Beer home. Friday they and the Beer family were in Clarinda visiting Miss Marcia Evans.
  School opened Sept. 1. The teachers are Mrs. Clyde Elgin of near Plano and Mrs. Bert F. Murphy.
  Mrs. Marion Wailes will teach again at Timothy Ridge near Mystic. Her school also opened Sept. 1.
  Mrs. Stella Dooley has returned to her home here after being ill at the home of her daughter in Mystic for some time.
  Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Workman spent the week end with their son, Burdette, in East Moline, Ill.
  The Gail Felkner family has spent several days at the State Fair.
  Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mincks of Cedar Falls spent last week end at the Charley McGavran home. 
  Bert Murphy and Jimmy Joe Beer returned Monday from a 10-day trip to the Black Hills and Yellowstone Park. The trip included a stop-over with the Loyd Beer family near Livingston, Mont. They were accompanied by two other boys of Centerville.
  Ray, Janie and Linda Nichols of Buffalo spent several days with their aunt, Mrs. Opal Nichols, and family.
  Mary Catherine and Steven Mincks spent last week with their grandparents, the Wayne Rashes, while their parents were on a vacation.
  Friends here have received word that the Anthony Rotisky family, who sold their home a short time ago. They are located at Mesa, Ariz. 
  Mr. and Mrs. Frank Updike of Rockford, Ill., were callers on friends in their vicinity Friday. Mrs. Updike is the former Ruth Becknal. 
  Merle Loofburrow spent Sunday in Des Moines and was accompanied home by Mrs. Loofburrow and Donnie, who had spent two weeks with her parents, the Ralph Links. His condition is still serious.
  The Marshall Moore family spent Sunday with the Zora Rash family in Seymour.
  Mr. and Mrs. John Hickie spent Thursday and Friday at the State Fair.
  The family night cooperative supper was held Monday night.
  Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Powers and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Mallett returned Friday from a trip through the western states.
  The Paul Ervin family attended the Labor Day celebration at Cincinnati Monday evening.

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