Sunday, October 16, 2011

JEROME News - By Miss Susie Sidles

Seymour Herald - 27 December 1951
  Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mincks of Cedar Falls spent the week end at the Charley McGavran home. They were joined there Sunday for turkey dinner by the Richard Mincks family and by Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Jones and son, Frank, of Des Moines.
  Pete and Jim Sidles are spending the Christmas holidays at the parental Peter Sidles home from their school work at Iowa State College at Ames.
  Mr. and Mrs. Donald Owen of Iowa City are spending the holidays at the Bert F. Murphy home and with Mrs. S. J. Owen in Centerville. Tommy Owen of Louisville, Ky., is also at home for Christmas. Mrs. S. J. Owen is not so well and bedfast a part of the time.
  Janice Workman missed school several days with cold and flu.
  School closed Friday for a week vacation. The teachers will spend their vacation at home. Mrs. Murphy, with her family, spent Christmas day with Mrs. Ada Long and daughter, Helen, in Promise City.
  The school program was given Thursday evening, Dec. 20, and a good attendance in spite of severe weather was reported.
  The M.Y.F. accompanied by their sponsor, Mrs. Paul Felkner, and husband, were out singing carols Wednesday evening. Then after their regular meeting had refreshments at the church.
  Born to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sidles at Ames a son Dec. 19. On the same morning the father, Howard, received his Masters Degree from Iowa State College.
  James Morris accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Condra and son, Jimmy, to Liberal and Santana, Kans., where they were to spend Christmas with the Raymond Leaming and John Kline families.
  Jane Ann McElvain fell at her home a few days ago and bruised her leg so badly she had been unable to walk since. Her sister said no bones were broken but a very bad bruise.
  Miss Phyllis Hamm of Davenport is spending several days at home.
  The W.S.C.S. will meet Thursday. The hostesses will be Mrs. J. W. Workman and Mrs. Earl Fry, Mrs. J. G. Morris will have charge of the program.
  James Felkner is at home and improved after several days in the Davis county hospital for a back injury.
  Mrs. Lydia Bollman and Mrs. W. R. Hefner are both at home and recovering after hospital experiences.
  Mrs. Raymond Leaming of Liberal, Kans., returned hoe last Monday after spending days at the parental J. G. Morris home.

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