Saturday, March 27, 2010

JEROME By Miss Susie Sidles

The Seymour Herald - 2 October 1952
  Miss Susie Sidles is attending the W.S.C.S. North Central Jurisdiction Conference at First Church in Des Moines this week, and is staying with Mrs. J. H. Krenmyre of Woodward.
  Earl Fry passed away at the St. Joseph's hospital in Centerville last Friday and funeral services were held Sunday at the Miller-Wehrle funeral home in Centerville. Burial was in the Felkner cemetery. Their son, Oscar, from Houston, Texas, and their daughter, Mrs. Bettie Matilski, and family of Davenport have been here several days and will be with Mrs. Fry, the former Inez Workman, for some time.
  The Youth Fellowship recently elected officers and Dickey Felkner was reelected president; Donald Inman, vice president; Rowena Rash, recreation chairman; Louise Sidles, historian; Eleanor Darrah, world friendship and Reva Darrah, community service chairman.
  Miss Colleen Hefner of Des Moines spent the week end with her parents.
  W. E. Hawkins and Miss Cadd Hawkins of Davenport spent the week end here and Miss Cadd remained for a longer visit in the Hawkins home.
  Mr. and Mrs. Charley McGavran returned Monday from a two week trip. They visited relatives in Denver, Colo., Shoshone and Boise, Idaho and returned by Yellowstone and the Black Hills.
  A cooperative supper was served at Plano Thursday evening before Dr. Mayberry of Ottumwa conducted the first quarterly meeting. There was a splendid attendance from all three charges.
  Mr. and Mrs. Paul McElvain and three children returned Wednesdy from a five-day trip to Minnesota and a visit with Richard McElvain and family in Duluth, Minn.
  The Reuben Dooley family and Melvin Dooley of Davenport spent the week end here with their parents. 

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