Here are some miscellaneous items re Edward family. From left to right:
ITEM 1.1. and ITEM 1.2.
Card of Thanks (No date but another notice is the V.F.W. Auxiliary serving chicken and noodle dinners on Election Day, Nov. 8, so could have been close to that date. No year given)
We sincerely want to thank all of our friends and neighbors for the food, flowers and kind words of sympathy during the illness and death of our Beloved Husband, Father, and Grandfather. Your kindness will long remain in our hearts. May God bestow his richest blessings on each and every one of you.
The Family of A.E. Edwards
Three bedroom home 1 block from main street. Has double garage, chicken and brooder house. Ideal for retired farmer—if there is such a person. See Fred Edwards or call MO 5-8592, Hutchinson. J 16-23 c
ITEM 2 Edwards-Allison Wedding
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Allison are extending congratulations and best wishes to them. Theywere married in Hutchinson last Saturday morning, returning to Sylvia that evening and are living in the former N. Housinger house, which they had furnished and ready to start housekeeping.
Mrs. Allison, formerly Miss Charlotte Edwards, is the daughter of Mr. A.E. Edwards and for the past several years has been employed in Hutchinson. The groom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. Allison, and is employed by the State Highway department as road-maintainer on highway No. 61 between Sylvia and Turon.
ITEM 3 Sylvia Hardware Co. Sales docket to ‘A.E. Edwards by Fred’, on October 29, 1927. for 12 gauge shells. $1.00.
ITEM 4 Public Auction conducted by Reiser Auction Company
The auction was held on the main street of Sylvia August 9, 1965, with items from the estate of Pearl A. Edwards. I don’t know this auction company but assume it was local to Sylvia.
Reading the list of items, I remembered the cream separator at Pop and Mameen’s farm. It was inside, on the back porch by the kitchen.