TO: February 1927
The Corry Journal stated that G.N. Roberts of that city projected a plan for an erection of a large new Summer hotel at Findley Lake, to be known as the Charlotte Inn. Findley Lake had many natural advantages that appealed to just such an enterprise.
The Men's Club of the Sherman Community Church sponsored a banquet for mothers and daughters, to be held at Memorial Hall February 22. Tickets would be on sale at the Drug Store at 50 cents each.
The Board of Supervisors placed additional roads of the county on what was known as the Green map. Included were some highways only nine feet wide. By placing them on the Green map, the idea was to have the State take them over and reconstruct them full width. It was probable that the Findley Lake Road would undergo such improvement within a year or two. Construction of an improved road from Clymer to Cutting was to be launched in the summer.
Sherman Odd Fellows and Rebekahs held a very pleasant card party in the lodge rooms Tuesday evening.
Miss Lottie Freeman was home from Buffalo from Thursday evening until Tuesday evening when she returned to her studies at Bryant and Stratton Business College.
Walter and Norman Gifford attended a dinner party in Mayville Saturday evening.
The Victory Class of the Community Church enjoyed a Valentine party at Memorial Hall Monday evening. Considering the weather and the sickness in town, the attendance was good.
Albert Schruise would deliver potatoes anywhere in the corporation for $1.75per bushel.
Robins, black birds and blue birds were seen in the vicinity, and with warm weather it was not surprising to hear that a flock of wild geese flew northward over Dunkirk one day. With February half over, spring wasn't far off.
John Buesink, John Edwards and Lawrence Loomis purchased new Chevrolet one-ton trucks of J.J. Brookmire the preceding week.
The Literary Club of Sherman entertained the faculty and parents of the members and the Board of Education Tuesday evening, in a delightful manner. The program of the evening was arranged to show how the twentieth century literature and music differed from that of previous centuries. Some 90 persons were present to enjoy the hospitality of the club.
F.B. Jenks and family, of Waits Corners had a radio installed in their home one day the past week.
Sherman Eggleston and wife, and Miss Luella Thiem spent an evening at Charles Goodrich's and listened to the radio.
Findley Lake Grange would hold an all day meeting Saturday, it being the anniversary of the order. Oysters would be served with the picnic dinner.