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JEROME by Susie Sidles - 29 January 1953
Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Fry have received word of a son born to Mr. and Mrs. James Fox Jan. 15. His name is John Edward.
William Hefner returned from Des Moines Sunday. He had spent a week with his daughter, Mrs. Mervin Burkett, and family.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ervin spent last Tuesday in Centerville with the L. H. Reisnors. They watched the inauguration on TV.
Mr. and Mrs. Otha Fenten and daughters of Udell spent Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. John Ponsettto, and husband.
Mrs. Gail Felkner returned home from the hospital Sunday and is recovering satisfactorily. Miss Julia Bunetta is spending several days with her until she is stronger.
Gail Felkner is again employed in the county yards caring for machinery.
The Farm Bureau home makers are having their monthly meeting Jan. 27 at the home of Mrs. Fred Clayton.
Janice Workman returned to school Monday after missing several days with flu.
Miss Susie Sidles visited Mrs. Emma Ogle at the Bannell Nursing Home in Centerville Monday. Sunday she had celebrated her 87th birthday. Although unable to walk, she is in very good health and so greatly appreciated the cards and letters sent by her many friends.
Billy Fry of Davenport is spending several days at the parental I. E. Fry home.
Mrs. Carl Hamm is out again after being quite ill with flu.
Miss Colleen Hefner returned to her employment Monday after missing several weeks with illness.
Ruth Owen missed some school and was quite sick with flu but has recovered.
Transcribed from The Seymour Herald of Thursday 29 January 1953.