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Maurice Times, November 5, 1909
Wm. Mieras was in Dalton Tuesday checking up in the elevator of which he took charge.
The Atlas elevator at this place has suspended operation and the manager, Wm. Mieras, has taken charge of an elevator at Dalton.
Frank and Vina Mieras were Sioux City visitors last week.
Maurice Times, November 12, 1909
MARRIED- Last Friday evening at half past seven o’clock at the home of the groom’s parents occurred the ceremony uniting in marriage Mr. Frank A. Mieras and Miss Vina Fie, the Rev. H.S. Hamilton of Sioux City, the groom’s brother-in-law, being the officiating clergy.
The bride is not a stranger to our people, being the intermediate teacher in our schools and is esteemed by a wide circle of friends. The groom is assistant cashier in the local bank and is a young man held in the highest respect by all who know him. He has always been very prominent in business and social affairs. We join their many friends in wishing them a pleasant voyage upon the sea of Matrimony. They have gone to housekeeping in the Quigley residence.
Maurice Times, November 19, 1909
Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Mieras of Monroe, S.D. visited here for a short time Monday.
Our citizens are beginning to appreciate the electric light plant more and more as time passes and the owners are busy wiring houses for the light. That’s right, Mieras and DeJong have invested a neat some of money and a large amount of work in the plant and it is no more than fair that everyone who is able should take the light, in order that the owners may realize some pecuniary returns for their investment.
Mrs. J.S. Mieras and granddaughter were Orange City visitors Thursday.
J.E. Mieras was in Sioux City on business Tuesday. He purchased a stock of electrical goods such as lamps, shades, chandeliers, etc.
Maurice Times, November 26, 1909
Mrs. A. Van Wechel visited Orange City Friday.
Mieras and DeJong will from now on give two signals before stopping the electric light plant in the evening, one fifteen minutes and the other five minutes before.
Ralph Mieras says that a calf was born on his father’s farm that was somewhat of a freak. The head and body were normal but one front leg was about eight or nine inches long and the other one was turned upwards and backwards and was of a peculiar shape. One hind leg was also very short and of a strange shape.
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