returned home Wednesday.
September 4, 1908- The M. E. Aid Society will meet with Mrs. E. L. Sylvester next Wednesday.
F. L. Gilbert and G. F. Sylvester went to Zumbrota Wednesday morning on a trip in the interest of the Plainview Street fair.
(Frank Sylvester of Wadena, who has been visiting at the home of Jacob Haessig departed for his home Monday morning.)
September 12, 1908- Miss Anna Sylvester left Wednesday evening for Oberlin, Ohio where she will attend college. She was accompanied on the trip by her father, G. F. Sylvester.
Miss Nettie Sylvester left for Hamline Monday afternoon where she will again take up her studies at the University.
September 25, 1908- Word from Farley on the death of C. C. Sylvester, an early pioneer of Woodland and an uncle of E. L. and G. F. Sylvester, who passed away Sunday night after suffering a month with cancer of the stomach. His daughter, Mrs. Haycraft went to Port Arthur, Texas a few weeks ago and brought him back to Farley for relief. He seemed to improve in health for a time but took a rapid turn for the worse and died as above noted.
Mr. Sylvester was a member of the Masonic order and had been in vigorous health until he became affected with cancer. His remains were taken to his old home, Madelia, for interment.
October 2, 1908- Travelers Club, September 28- Mrs. G. F. Sylvester.
No program has been prepared but the new book and magazine were distributed, the first two chapters of the history read and the lessons assigned for the next meeting. Our work this year is to be a study of France as planned by the Bay View Reading Club and promises to be full of interest.
October 5, 1908, Monday- Emma and I was invited to C. D. Burchard’s 32nd wedding anniversary. Those present were F. L. Meachum’s, A. Marshall’s, Geo. Dickman’s, S. S. Lyons’, E. L. Sylvester’s, E. R. Cornwell’s, T. A. Askew’s, Dr. Slocumb’s, W. G. Mack’s, Mrs. G. F. Sylvester. The party was held in the Slocumb house. –Dickman Diary.
October 9, 1908- Street Fair result. China painting, Mrs. G. F. Sylvester, $1.00.
Large China Pitcher- Mrs. G. F. Sylvester, $1.00.
The Ladies Circle will meet with Mrs. G. F. Sylvester next Tuesday afternoon.
October 23, 1908- The Ladies Circle will meet with Mrs. E. L. Sylvester next Tuesday afternoon.
A. S. Kennedy an expert book keeper of Rochester, has accepted a position in the Plainview Bank and commenced upon his duties this week.
October 30, 1908- Mesdames J. A. Slocumb and G. F. Sylvester spend Friday in Rochester.
The following Plainview citizens attended the hearing of the will of Levi Sexton at Wabasha Monday… E. L. Sylvester.
November 13, 1908- Marion Sylvester of the second grade is visiting her sister Anna at Oberlin (School News)
November 20, 1908- Travelers November 23, Mrs. McKenney
Paper "Richelieu – Statesman and Courtier," Mrs. G. F. Sylvester
The Priscillas will meet with Mrs. G. F. Sylvester on December 2.
E. L. Sylvester made a business trip to Winona Friday afternoon.
November 27, 1908- Byrl Sylvester left for Minneapolis Wednesday afternoon to spend a few days with his sisters and to attend the big football game.
December 4, 1908- G. F. Sylvester left for St. Paul Thursday morning on a business trip.
December 18, 1908- Held Holiday Festival
The Travelers pleasantly entertained at the home of Mrs. G. F. Sylvester.
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