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JEROME By Miss Susie Sidles

Seymour Herald - 1 May 1952
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  Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ponsetto of Chicago, Ill., spent the week end at the parental Joe Ponsetto home, and they with several other families from here attended the Anderson-Morris wedding in Centerville Saturday. Maxine Anderson lived here as a child and is a granddaughter of the Joe Ponsettos. 
  Mr. and Mrs. McVey and children of Centerville visited Sunday with the Paul Ervins.
  The W.S.C.S. will have a Mother's Day breakfast May 8. Mrs. W. R. Hefner and Mrs. James Felkner are hostesses for the breakfast and Mrs. M. R. Gonzales will have charge of the program. The topic will be "What Is in Thine Hand." Each article of food served will be 10 cents, and it is hoped that there will be a large attendance.
  Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Rodasevich and two children of Rock Island, Ill., spent the week end with relatives here.
  Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stark spent several days with their neighbors, the Joe Beers, after the fire that destroyed their home April 14. Since that time they are at the home of Mrs. Stark's niece, Mrs. Scott McDonald.
  Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Mincks, Mr. and Mrs. Charley McGavran, Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Jones of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Keith McGavran of Ames spent Sunday at the Richard Mincks home. The dinner was honoring Richard Mincks and Keith McGavran, who had birthdays on or near Sunday.
  Mrs. Roy Leaming of Liberal, Kans., is spending several days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Morris. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Leaming spent the day with relatives in Madrid.
  The W.S.C.S. met last Thursday with a cooperative dinner in charge of Mrs. W. R. Hefner and Mrs. William Clark. Nineteen members were present for the afternoon meeting. Mrs. Cora Beer led the devotionals and Mrs. Paul Felkner was the program leader.
  Mr. and Mrs. Scott McDonald returned last Sunday from Brownsville, Texas, where they had spent the winter.

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