December 6, 1919- Mrs. E. L. Sylvester went to Rochester Saturday where she met her daughter, Mrs. J. P. Caldwell and little son Colraine, who will visit here for a time.
Mrs. E. L. Sylvester and daughter, Mrs. J. P. Caldwell, went to Rochester Thursday morning to spend the day with friends.
December 13, 1918- Poultry Show
Silver Campines: 1st cock – G. F. Sylvester, 1st hen – G. F. Sylvester, 2nd hen – G. F. Sylvester.
December 20, 1918- Program at High school
Piano duet – Marion Sylvester & Elsie Glaesmer
E. L. Sylvester accompanied by Alfred Burkhardt and Will G. Mack drove to Wabasha Tuesday afternoon where he met his son, Edwin, a member of the S. A. T. C. who was returning home from Minneapolis.
Local churches unit to give community Christmas tree at Wednesday evening December 25. Opera House.
"A musical Reading." Marion Sylvester.
December 27, 1918- Travelers Club December 31 – Opera House.
"Song Skit" – Marion Sylvester & Frank Austin
Mrs. E. L. Sylvester went to Rochester Monday morning to spend the day with friends.
E. L. Sylvester received his Christmas letter from his son Park on Monday written November 23. He states that he was in the last drive from start to finish.
Mrs. E. L. Sylvester received a letter last week which will be a reminder of an historic occasion, the first trip of the N.Y. – Cleveland – Chicago aerial mail. It is a letter from the Aerial League of America, expressing sympathy for the loss of her son, B. E. Sylvester, in which it says-
"He volunteered in the air service to help our country win the fight for civilization and humanity and the Aerial League of America feels proud to inscribe his name on its honor roll, which contains the names of all the brave aviators who lost their lives for their country. In expressing to you our heartfelt sympathy, we also wish to assure you that we shall feel honored to welcome you in the League as a member."
August Post, Ex. Secretary.
January 3, 1919- The Ladies Union of the Christian Church will hold their annual meeting at the E. L. Sylvester home on Wednesday January 8. All members are earnestly requested to be present as there is important business to be transacted.
January 10, 1919- Theodore Roosevelt death.
Edwin Sylvester Jr. left for Mankato Saturday where he will take a course in the Commercial College.
(Miss Imogene Lutz, one of our former teachers, now at Hamline.)
January 17, 1919- E. L. Sylvester made a short business trip to Viola Monday morning.
Philomathian Literary Society program January 22 Wednesday evening. 10 cent admission.
Solo – Marion Sylvester
Quartet – Dorothy Slocumb, Ella Bolton, Elizabeth Mack, Marion Sylvester.
January 31, 1919- Edwin Sylvester Jr., who has been spending the past two weeks at home while nursing a broken thumb, returned to Mankato Saturday to resume his studies at the Commercial College.
Mrs. E. L. Sylvester was called to Coleraine Monday morning by the serious illness
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