Friday, November 27, 2009

JEROME By Miss Susie Sidles

Seymour Herald - 14 February 1952
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  Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mincks of Cedar Falls spent last week end at the Charley McGavran home.
  Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Reisnor of Centerville spent Sunday at the C. E. Ervin home.
  Mrs. Guy Streepy of Udell is spending the week with her sister, Miss Susie Sidles.
  Mrs. W. R. Hefner and William Hefner, Sr., spent a few days last week at the Mervin Burkett home in Des Moines and with Miss Coleen Hefner.
  There was a large attendance at M.Y.F. when it met at the Bert F. Murphy home Wednesday evening.
  Mr. and Mrs. Paul Felkner went last week by plane to McAllen, Texas. There they would join her mother, Mrs. Alfred McWilliams, and Mr. McWilliams, of Aredale, Iowa, who have been spending the winter at McAllen, and from there go by car to Mexico City and other places in Mexico. Their daughter, Barbara, is staying with her grandparents, the James Felkners.
  The W.S.C.S. will have a Valentine tea Thursday afternoon in the social rooms of the church. Mrs. William Clark and Mrs. Richard Mincks are the refreshment committee and Mrs. Delbert Foster and Mrs. Forrest Workman have charge of the program.
  Dr. and Mrs. George E. Rinker of Oto and Mrs. Nellie Watts of Oklahoma City, Okla., and Miss Leola Rinker of Centerville visited Saturday with Miss Susie Sidles. The Rinkers and Mrs. Watts were here to attend the funeral of Purley Rinker in Centerville Thursday. The burial was in the Jerome cemetery.
  The people of this community were very much interested in the article in last week's Herald from Jackie Vruble about her trip with the A.I.C. team to Mexico City.
  The Rev. M. R. Gonzalez had the devotional period at 7 a.m. last week over KCOG, Centerville. The music was furnished one morning by Mary Catherine Mincks and Janice Workman and another morning by Mrs. Richard Mincks, Mrs. James Felkner was pianist for both occasions.
  Harry Dukes and Boyd O'Briant of Centerville were in the community Friday getting organized for the Red Cross drive.

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