Sylvan’s 100th: Coffee time at the curling rink

Ten people were visiting and drinking coffee at the lunch counter in Sylvan Lake Curling Rink, January 1957.

Coffee klatch 1957

Ten people were visiting and drinking coffee at the lunch counter in Sylvan Lake Curling Rink, January 1957. Included are Orville van Slyke?, Henry Pickering, Pickering girl, Roger van Slyke, Cap Steer?, Mina Resiwick?, Ben Reiswick?, Ole Bystrom and Alex Bystrom. (photo from the Sjare family.) If you can fill in the blanks, let us know.

This is one of a series of historic photos we’ll publish during Sylvan Lake’s 100th anniversary. If you’ve got a photo you’d like us to print, please get in touch with editor Steve Dills at 403-887-2331 or email it to editor@sylvanlakenews.com along with as much information as you can provide.

 

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