Saturday, October 15, 2011

JEROME News - By Miss Susie Sidles

Seymour Herald - 11 January 1951
  James Morris returned to Satana, Kans., Saturday where he is attending school after spending the holidays at his home here.
  Mrs. Dominck Massa spent several days during the holidays in Moline, Ill., with her son, Barney, and her daughter, Mrs. Francis Jacobs, and Mr. Jacobs.
  Jerome school opened Tuesday after the vacation but the Semour bus did not run until Thursday because of ice on the roads.
  Mrs. J. E. Condra spent New Year's day with her sister, Mrs. Guy Streepy, at Udell.
  The youth fellowship held a sub-district meeting in West Grove Monday night. Several from here attended.
  Mr. and Mrs. Forest Workman and Janice spent Sunday at the Dick Lowe home near Seymour.
  The Rev. J. A. Walls of Centerville preached at the morning service Sunday, supplying for the Rev. M. R. Gonzales, who is still improving at his home in Mystic. The Rev. Mr. Wall will preach again Jan. 21.
  Mrs. S. J. Owen of Centerville spent Saturday at the K. E. Owen home. Mrs. K. E. Owen and daughter, Dianna Lynn, returned to their home New Years day after several days in the hospital and with Mrs. S. J. Owen in Centerville.
  The W.S.C.S. will have an afternoon meeting Thursday, Jan. 11. Mrs. Peter Sidles, Mrs. C. E. Ervin and Mrs. I. E. Fry will be hostesses. Mrs. Paul Felkner will give a book review and Mrs. Richard Mincks will have charge of the music.
  Pete and Jim Sidles and Phyllis Hawkins returned to their school work at Iowa State college in Ames New Year's day.
  Kenneth Inman spent a few days at the parental Edward Inman home and returned to Mason City New Year's day where he is employed.
  Miss Rosalie Stickler will be employed in the statehouse during the present session of the state legislature.

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