Maurice Times, February 10, 1911
We are pleased to note that Mieras and DeJong have lately wired
several additional places for electric light. The plant is giving excellent
service and it is no more right that the owners should receive the support
of everyone who is at all able to take the light. The small additional
expense is far more than offset by the superiority of electricity over any
other artificial light.
Mr. and Mrs. J.S. Mieras visited in Sioux Center last Friday.
Miss Helen Fie of Alton visited at the F.A. Mieras home Sunday.
Maurice Times, February 17, 1911
Upon the recommendation of Rev. and Mrs. Winter, a crowd of young
people gathered at the parsonage Wednesday evening for the purpose of
ascertaining the advisability of organizing a Christian Endeavor Society.
All present expressed themselves in favor and the following officials were
elected: President, Miss Ella Mensink; Vice Pres., Mrs. J.E. Winters;
Recording Sec., Miss Mabel Huesinkveld; Corresponding Sec., Chas. Mieras;
Treasurer, Clint Harrison. After this fine refreshments were served and the
remainder of the evening was socially spent. All present had a good time and
voted Mr. and Mrs. Winter royal entertainers.
Mrs. J.E. Mieras was confined to the house a few days by a bad attack
Maurice Times, February 24, 1911
Mr. and Mrs. Johannes Oldenkamp, of Rock Valley, visited with
relatives here Wednesday.
M.A. Mieras of Remsen visited with relatives here Wednesday.
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