E. L. Sylvester and family, who have been spending a few days in the Cities, visiting relatives and attending the Conservation Congress, returned home Wednesday evening, making the trip by auto.
The Plainview Bank has recently brightened up their institution by having the interior and all fixtures repolished and varnished. The job has been a tedious one to complete, but the proprietors are well repaid by the splendid appearance of their institution. The interior woodwork now looks as if new.
September 25, 1910, Sunday- We took a long walk with the crowd. Dr. and Mrs. Slocumb, Mack’s, LaCraft’s, Woodcock’s, and G. F. Sylvester’s. –Dickman Diary.
September 30, 1910- The Pricillas will meet with Mrs. G. F. Sylvester next Wednesday.
Wednesday afternoon the 5th, 6th, and 7th grades enjoyed interesting talks by G. F. Sylvester on his trip to the Pacific Coast. He secured some very pretty sea shells and other things which he kindly left at the school house so that all who wished may examine them.
October 2, 1910, Sunday- In the afternoon G. F. Sylvester’s, Woodcock’s, and us went to Wabasha. –Dickman Diary.
October 7, 1910- Fair results. Plates painting Mrs. G. F. Sylvester first, Hot pan holder- Mrs. G. F. Sylvester first, Candlestick- Mrs. G. F. Sylvester first.
E. L. Sylvester and family took an auto ride to the river Sunday.
J. J. Erding, G. H. Dickman and G. F. Sylvester and their families autos to Wabasha Sunday where they spent the day with friends.
October 9, 1910, Sunday- We went to Winona. Also A. Zabel and family, Geo. Reiter, Edwin Sylvester and family, Miss Buswell, G. F. Sylvester and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy, J. H. Eggers and Elsie Burnham, Kate Leonard, H. Walch and family. We went to church there in the forenoon. We got back at 7 o’clock. –Dickman Diary.
October 14, 1910- Park Sylvester has purchased the Phillips Conner 20 acre truck farm just north of the village. He has also rented the residence of J. Jacobs place, formerly known as the Reiter farm.
The following party of autoists composed of 26 Plainviewites drove to Winona Sunday morning, where they attended church and spent the day in the city… G. F. Sylvester and family, E. L. Sylvester and family… They had a most delightful day for the trip and as the roads were fine the trip proved a very pleasant one.
October 21, 1910- The Ladies Circle will meet with Mrs. G. F. Sylvester next Tuesday afternoon.
October 28, 1910- E. L. Sylvester made a business trip to Rochester Monday.
November 4, 1910- Byrl Sylvester was pleasantly surprised Friday evening by a number of his friends the occasion being his birthday.
November 11, 1910- The question of Woman Suffrage was discussed by the classics class Friday afternoon. Equally good points were brought up by both sides. School News.
E. L. Sylvester and Curtis Slawson left Monday morning for the northern part of the state to enjoy a few days hunting for big game.
November 18, 1910- A. C. Woodcock, E. A. Carpenter, and Byrl Sylvester were among those from Plainview who attended the Minnesota-Wisconsin football game.
November 25, 1910- Travelers Club – November 28 – Mrs. Venables. "The Northmen" Miss Sylvester. Mrs. G. F. Sylvester and Mrs. Slocumb were visitors Wednesday afternoon. School News. (NOTE: visiting Thanksgiving play?)
E. L. Sylvester and Curtis Slawson returned from the northern part of the state Wednesday night where they have been hunting big game for several days. We understand they secured two very fine deer. Owing to a wreck they were compelled to return by way of Millville and did not arrive until late in the nights.
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