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Maurice Times, April 1, 1916
Ada, the 12 year old daughter of James Mieras of Harrisburg, won first
prize in the spelling contest for Lincoln County S.D.
Mrs. P.N. Vos entertained a few young ladies last Friday evening. The
time was spent in playing flinch at the conclusion of which luncheon was
served. Those present were Misses Mabel and Emily Hueskinkveld, Eva Mensink,
Anna Vander Linden, Cora Langerack, Marie Rozenboom, Kittie De Kraay,
Malinda Vande Brake, Ada Mieras, and Marion Harrison.
Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Mieras entertained a few friends Wednesday evening.
The time was spent playing flinch after which refreshments were served by
the hostess assisted by her daughter Helma. Those present were Messrs and
Mesdames P. Van Peursem, J. Vanden Brink, Martin Van Peursem, and Henry De
Mrs. Vander Maanen entertained a few little girls Monday in honor of
her daughter Marie's 11th birthday. Games were indulged in at the conclusion
of which a luncheon was served and a happy time was had by all. Those
present were Edith Van Peursem, Gwendolyn Elskamp, Minnie, Lucy, and Mildred
Mieras, Marie Popma, Marie Stellingwerf, Alice Schuller, Myrna Harrison, Ada
Vanden Brink, and Kathryn Beckering.
Maurice Times, April 29, 1916
Johannes Mieras, Mrs. L. Mieras and daughters Dena and Ada when to
Sioux County Wednesday to see "The Birth of a Nation."
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