Women’s Clubs held at Waseca. Her topic was "What We as Club Women Stand for in Educational Life." It was full of thought to inspire us to even more onward and upward in our march toward the development of a higher, noble and grander womanhood.
Officers- Mrs. G. F. Sylvester- treasurer.
Program Piano duet "Rigadon" Chaminade, Mrs. Sylvester and Mrs. Austin
Piano Solo- Op. 30 Air De Ballet Chaminade, Mrs. Sylvester
Piano Trio- "A night in June," Sudds, Mrs. Austin, Miss Sylvester, Miss Shaughnessey.
June 4, 1909- Beatly Lillie left Tuesday afternoon for Warner Canada where he will spend the summer on his father’s farm. He was accompanied to Eyota by his mother, Mrs. S. J. Lillie, 2 sisters Mrs. Park Sylvester and Miss Avis and Mrs. Mable Schleicher.
Byrl Sylvester left for the Cities Thursday afternoon to be present at the commencement exercises at the Hamline University.
June 11, 1909- E. L. Sylvester went to Winona last Thursday evening where he attended the Banker’s Convention.
E. L. Sylvester left Saturday afternoon for the Cities to be present at the Hamline University Graduation exercises. His daughter Miss Nettie, being a member of the class.
June 18, 1909- Miss Anna Sylvester returned Saturday from Oberlin, Ohio where she has been attending college to spend the summer vacation at home.
Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Sylvester left Monday for Minneapolis to attend the State Bankers Meeting and spend a few days among friends.
June 25, 1909- Miss Anna Sylvester went to Albert Lea Saturday morning to attend the Epworth League Convention.
July 2, 1909- Miss Nettie Sylvester leaves Saturday for Chicago to fill a position at the Northwestern Conservatory of Music.
Dr. J. P. Caldwell of Minneapolis spent Thursday and Friday at the home of E. L. Sylvester.
Miss Anna Sylvester returned the latter part of last week from Albert Lea where she was in attendance at the Epworth League Convention.
Mrs. E. L. Sylvester went to St. Paul Wednesday morning on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. R. Holmes and to get acquainted with her little grandson. (NOTE: Merle)
July 9, 1909- G. F. Sylvester took his family and Mrs. Palmer and children to Rochester Thursday afternoon in his auto as a pleasure trip.
E. L. Sylvester spent Sunday and Monday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. R. J. Holmes in St. Paul returning home Thursday.
July 16, 1909- Mrs. E. L. Sylvester and sons Byrl and Edwin returned from the Cities Saturday evening where they have been spending a few weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. R. J. Holmes.
We took the auto and went to Rochester. We got over there before the train got to Rochester. We came home at 9 o’clock. Byrl Sylvester went along with us. We went over to see the Glidden Auto Tour Cars. All the autos in town went over. –Dickman Diary.
July 23, 1909- G. F. Sylvester, secretary of the Wabasha County Industrial Fair Association, held an interview with the writer one day this week in regard to the Street Fair to be held…
Mrs. E. L. Sylvester took her Sunday School class to Minnieska Wednesday where the you people enjoyed a picnic.
July 28, 1909, Wednesday- We took and Auto ride in the evening and took Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sylvester along. –Dickman Diary.
July 30, 1909- Miss Nettie Sylvester, who has been spending some time at Evanston, Ill. returned home Saturday.
August 6, 1909- G. F. Sylvester and family left Wednesday morning for Oak Park on a
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