Friday, June 29, 2012
JEROME News - 10 November 1953 - Iowegian
Centerville Iowegian - 10 November 1953
Report Mr. Fry Much Improved
JEROME - Mrs. I. E. Fry reports that her husband, who has been in the Bloomfield hospital for seven weeks, is very much improved in health and is eating better.
Mrs. Johnny Vruble attended a pink and blue shower this past week in honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. Carl Micetich in Centerville.
The high school students of Jerome enjoyed two days' vacation due to the State Teachers convention in Des Moines.
Walter Warnick drove his dad to Kirksville, Mo., to the hospital there for a medical checkup. Both returned the same day.
Vera Scott has gone to Davenport where she has employment for the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wray have named their new baby son, Carl Eugene.
The Jerome Methodist church is having a room built on to serve as a kitchen. Carl Barbaglia of Mystic, with the assistance of some of the farmers, plans to begin building soon in time to have it finished for Thanksgiving.
Mrs. Stella Dooley reports that her daughter, Bertha, has gone to Pensacola,
Fla. to live for the winter. Bertha will stay with her niece, the former Patty Dooley, whose husband is stationed there with the Army.
A new family by th name of Williams have moved into the Stanley Matelski property. They have two small children.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Vruble and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson, all drove to Rock Island, Ill., Friday to attend the wedding of Jackie Vruble to Joe Verihoores that took place Saturday. The Vruble returned home Sunday evening. They report that the bridegroom and best man were in a car action the night before the wedding and were hospitalized. The groom was released an hour before the wedding ceremony, but the best man was unable to be present due to a broken rib and bruises. The groom's 17 year old brother was made best man instead.
A birthday dinner was held at the Carl Hamm home honoring Carl Hamm and his granddaughter, Barbara Jones. Carl's mother, Mrs. Mae Hamm; his sister, Mrs. Artie Barrell and family of Centerville; his daughter, Mrs. Geo. Jones and family of Davenport; another daughter, Mrs. K. E. Owen and family of Jerome; and his wife, Belle, and their son, Carl Jr.; were all present to help the honorees celebrate their birthdays on Sunday.