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Maurice Times (Newspaper) - January 19, 1928, Maurice, Iowa fv HE IRETON LEDGER cs2J Ss S8L Mausices CountyIowa TKujaday January 19 1928 regard amonghi t i os nicuuse of hi o n cnship and va tin ai it to hv of service n 1 of every i Mas intcnded forth i ic homo t i n t is was born in HH ta i j i j i 1 1871 and made In it t SUA a i I son Hubert ino1 Ivlrs Bern den Gudon wan an I reton j fS Mr and Mrs Jeny Haak of Orange i I Ch he Calf Ktl 10 1lt i pii U J 1 H f s v i i t t a 1 l i I st t I t I PIS sv il o ibit IM V1 c i in rl hdtrwi land until he lo i L At the ago 01 p i to the t t iihe Irfr Holland to seek Ins i j XniOiica and spent th i u in eastern cities It f his lesidence in Chicago i j c 1 L n it Maiy Novhouse dauuh j tu MI ind Mrs Newhouse ro i n shortly before IL vhoin he was united in marriage on i ia his VMSs0rv J 1iOG Mr Warnties started ai i thv ai ic mult in Maurice u1 iefu ind 0ftf ecalled with ht vJen l UuLer v1 uli caused i iv tn ol Jhe eai ijuit i U i i u 1 a P i IK I c ui n i a itotl atvi dicciot in tu SIOIL Co IS iMCs sj iL and had utfcii in t i i orhei tnepijses during Vis of Msuieno hee i i oxperiemes in rneri The dtuar d is L IK Hi Maurici startingbusij na to c thidei Haiold j thai was hardh M v o ic in lUuii home jhi ir n ct ouh turn around in and I t r ho inn Doiu M i n Touiui it to find room I Rutl at o it o diiit his roods and to I Unei semi tot iLc eio ioniv Jan I i of he was a member and crv by the pastoi 1 Itu1 P Duikei Ail business 1 ptT dcd diin the cnd a 1 L LMI vhv 1 ijje satreinic 01 o and L 1st to Clus 1 n inert ts made in u nil ceieteiy v E FIEE I IL Gills jieague is emu u nev e iconic oi Mtf ai last week at time election took place MiP J i o Mis wi Mce pcd nI T i C i c Si ot nj e sec li H o a usi UH L1 e pulpit iieic in the 01iy isitc tvii1 Mrs B Roys Friday i i of 5Joo Iltirry viuiliirjburg was an Orangej v i at cnioori Cy viitor Tuesday afternoon i vas an ity Mr anl Mrs Clias Le Groot arid no aftrnooii dauLhtfr Matiida busi i Iroton was a ss visitors Thursday x i i1 y i Mrs Vand1 Stoep and Mrs Ernisse den Oudeji returned Monday Orange City visitors IT n v here he spent several clay Mrs Ernisse remained for a j g i PI j itlatives longer visit lo of Oranye City Mrs Jansen wasat Sioux Center 1 here at the home j several days last caringfor Mrs last week j Vander Mannen who has been ill t f national meeting of Mrs Vander is a formtr Maurice o cd church last week i sklent i 1 t v i i C Do Jong were rej Mr and Mrs Pete De Jager of Ire g eld b Jitmcs Mieras j ton were Maurice visitors Saturday g Van Persems Card of Thanks j f I wish to take this means of thank g ingall my friends and relatives for g their help and sympathy and for the j beautiful floral tributes sent at the IJS death and funeral of my beloved wife g Vv edncsday afternoon Alfred Van Peursem 1 int A eldboom of Sioux GenI with Jane Veldboom sev Candidate For Congress 1 i i ist id P Sluis of Doon were ir th Avie Hop home last el i i M aand sons Roland and rn i R Minn are visiting l H ili r and friends here for i 11 n of Mr and Mrs John i1 ill m b id the misfortune to tip non door while playing i bn it requiring several n lose the wound 5 n TlRalph Hiemstra and ucji Jonanna were Sioux Center Iois r t11 Sam Altena home Pri fT p orth One Be Convinced Without single piece J rock si ate orbonecorti thats 3 5 a I am a candidate for Congrress on 3 the Repubjican Ticket subject to the approval of the Republican voters of jg the Eleventh Congressional District of Iowa at the next Primary t Gerrit Klay Orange City fa For type Poland China j g A Muilenburg Iri miles Million Dollar corner R F D1 1 son Alben no Lfter Business itJs n xushdto tpf Le Milia o pii Vie e ar oueiation iicton iowa r o i iMi Air Wm Van Peursem L c funeral of Mr Noordhof Ui Tt Wednesday R Scakand Gerrit Brink were i Wednesday j i i uul son Pierce of Orange u L Miiurice visitors Thursday I Sreli ngwerf is convelescing r 1iom mrecent illness L MS f Roos visited in Orange City j nt week Janma of Haw flep Msited Cn N an Hoien returned home has Jarsm aome 1 onn Mnneota after several days x iji U etaves j r i i v SiouxCenter vis H i i tl Chas Jiuisnia home Wcu r j t lay Mr and Mrs ChasDe Groot mo fiiiet to I Monday M Mii H De Raad of Jreton i at rhe F home Tues t r l T 1 f L Vid Society of the Am iTriiar ilcfoiiiieil church met with j M Mieras hostess Wednes ilv and Mrs J E Mieras Mr and r iilrs Henry De Jong and Mr and Mrs M iJ M Mieras were among those from j attended the W C T U giviii at the llavrkeye hotel OiTHiire CitjTuesday Mr and Mrs Harry Muil at the Do Bey Hospital at I Citv twin girls Friday Jan i M C llaad of Ireton was n a i the Clarence Wai raven home j Thursday i Ml and Mrs Arie Muiienburg of prater rh Frank Porana i J I Mr a Mr ivots and son I John wore Orage City visitors Mon I Hay i Mr and Mrs J M Mieras and daii jghtev Mildrou visited relatives in Rock Valley Sunday afternoon Miss Mary Keouch a Sioux i visitor Thursday Ti o received shook Friday evening when sou7idecl but it hv i chivnev burning nl hv Hu fariii and vvas in 3 business advertising way An ad in this paper offers the maximumservice at the i n n i rn u m cost It reaches the people of the town and vicinity you want to reach Taken from a pure seam of solid coal by modern methods that clean the 5 rock and slate before the j coal is mined Burns up clean in the fire 1 r over per cent i 8 3sf ible contains less than per cent of and can j be burned with little smoke 1 or soot l Try It IRETON IOWA 1 Dealers in Building Material Lime Cement Woven Fence Wire Steel and Wood Posts 1 V f a rros at Go HennI ovov Uie nrtson aruo nd Thn Fociev ivoj Contor Sunday for ocupiti ihc ohuvch rs foiu Krdc City hom visitors r sa rrcrch are and ni h 3HQ yc ust atoun the UEN tolks must have their neighborhood Most ot thero would no more chink oi going down town to tight their through the in search of a roast tor dinner than they would oi walking to the factory to get a pair ot shoes City women know that their neighborhood serc5 carv supply them just what they want and thau in most Fne same thing istrue ot Our men ads you read in vhis paoor are in positiors to furnish your home the he5t and most popular brands of goodsNor only can thev ave you money but they gladly relieve you ot a lot ct vvcrry and loss of tirte ic Ads in this Paper Btseif money by trading home
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