Mrs. G. F. Sylvester entertained the members of her Sunday School class at a picnic on the Whitewater Tuesday afternoon.
Park Sylvester lost one of his fine black horses the first of the week.
July 5, 1912- Mrs. R. J. R. Baker of Rock Island, Ill. arrived Monday on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Sylvester.
E. L. Sylvester and family returned last week from their auto trip to Chicago having a very pleasant and enjoyable ride.
Franklin Dickman too Jess Keefe, Alvin Dickman, and Byrl Sylvester to Wabasha Wednesday morning where they took the train for LaCrosse to spend the Fourth with friends.
July 12, 1912- G. F. Sylvester, G. H. Dickman, and Adolph Briese made an Auto trip to Wabasha Tuesday.
Mrs. Park Sylvester went to Des Moines, Iowa Wednesday on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Paul Carroll who is very ill.
July 19, 1912- Auto Club Tour to Millville.
Mrs. Park Sylvester who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Carroll at Des Mones, Iowa, returned home Sunday. She was met at Eyota by Mr. Sylvester.
July 26, 1912- Plainview Baseball Team. Sylvester- Second Base –"New recruit broke into the game very nicely, filling the recent vacancy nicely and playing a strong game throughout… Sylvester is a fast infield man and played a good game at second besides wielding the bat to good advantage."
Mrs. R. J. Holmes and little son of St. Paul are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sylvester.
August 9, 1912- Roy Holmes of St. Paul is visiting at the home of E. L. Sylvester.
Miss Nettie Sylvester arrived home from Marquette, Michigan Monday night to spend the summer vacation.
Dr. Caldwell of Coleraine is a guest at the home of E. L. Sylvester this week.
August 16, 1912- Mrs. R. J. Holmes and son who have been spending some time at the home of her parents, MR. and Mrs. E. L. Sylvester, left Monday morning for Rochester where she was joined by the Misses Stafford of Salina, Kansas and together they will visit Mrs. W. J. Dyer of Bemidji.
August 23, 1912- Auto Club Tour- Wednesday evening to Kellogg.
G. F. Sylvsester and family left Monday on a cross country Auto trip to Peoria, Ill. and other points. They expect to be absent a week or more.
August 30, 1912- Thaddeus Davey and Byrl Sylvester left for West Newton Sunday afternoon to spend a few days with friends on the river.
September 6, 1912- Auto Club Visits Wabasha Today.
G. F. Sylvester and family returned Sunday from their auto trip into Ill. During their trip they met some very rough roads owing to the heavy rains.
Park Sylvester and family, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carroll, went to West Newton Sunday to enjoy a few days outing on the river.
September 13, 1912- Mrs. E. L. Sylvester went to Rochester Tuesday morning where she spent the day with friends.
E. L. Sylvester and son, Byrl, left for Minneapolis Monday where the latter will enter the State University.
T. G. Bolton, Miss Mary Bolton, and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sylvester were selected as delegates to the Sunday School Convention to be held at Mazeppa next week.
September 27, 1912- Mrs. E. L. Sylvester and R. W. Chapman left Monday morning on an extended trip to Buffalo and other New York points, where they will visit relatives and the former home of Mr. Chapman.
Miss Nettie Sylvester, who has been spending sometime at her home here, returned to Marquette, Michigan, Wednesday where she will again resume her position
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