Saturday, November 6, 2010
JEROME - 6 January 1944
The Seymour Herald - 6 January 1944
A very interesting watch night service was held at the Methodist church on New Year's Eve.
The school will open again Jan. 3, after a week's vacation.
Billy Mincks returned to Centerville Sunday to resume work in the Centerville High School after a week at home.
Miss Barbara Holland returns Thursday from Burlington, where she had spent a week with friends.
Phyllis, Betty, Mary Margaret, and Billy Hawkins of Seymour spent the past week at the home of their grandfather, Wm. Hawkins.
Mrs. John Day, of Promise City, but who is spending the winter in Centerville, spent the holiday vacation with her daughter, Mrs. J. G. Morris and family.
Word has been received from Harry Sidles who recently entered army service. He is at Camp Blanding, Fla. Without knowing he was there he met Wayne Moore of Jerome who has been there several months.
The W.S.C.S. met for an all day co-op dinner last Thursday. It was well attended. The hostess were: Mrs. J. G. Morris and Mrs. Peter Sidles, Mrs. Lyda Bollman had charge of devotions and Mrs. J. G. Morris the lesson on Christmas literature.