Sunday, March 28, 2010

JEROME By Miss Susie Sidles

The Seymour Herald - 6 November 1952
  The Charley Day family of Madrid spent Sunday at the J. G. Morris home.
  Miss Patty Murphy of Davenport spent the week end at home.
  Dr. and Mrs. George E. Rinker of Oto returned home Thursday after spending several days with Miss Susie Sidles and other relatives.
  The W.S.C.S. will serve lunch at the school house election day. The committee in charge includes Mrs. Richard Mincks, Mrs. James Felkner and Mrs. A. R. Blozivich.
  The annual Thanksgiving dinner will be at the school house. The committee will be Mrs. W. R. Hefner, Mrs. Joe Beer, and Mrs. Gail Felkner. The price will be $1.00 for the dinner.
  Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Fry returned Saturday from Canton, Ill., where they spent several weeks with their daughter, Mrs. Lester Hill, who has been ill but is recovering. 
  Mrs. Anna Snodgrass has been confined to her home several days with arthritis. Her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Gibson, of Chariton, is with her.
  The school had a party Halloween and lots of youngsters were out for tricks and treats in the evening.
  Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hefner spent the long week end with Loran Hart and Mrs. Wayne Montgomery in Gary, Ind., and Harold Hart and family in Chicago, Ill.
  The family night supper that is always held the first Monday night in the month will not be held in November because of the many other activities, but will be as usual the first Monday night in December, which is Dec. 1. Mrs. John Cathcart will be the guest speaker.
  Billy Fry, who has been in the army the past four years and for many months in Germany, returned to his home Sunday.
  Mr.and Mrs. Edward Matelski and daughter of Davenport spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Earl Fry.
  Mr. and Mrs. Lester King of Davenport spent the week end at their home here.

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