|Title||Dedication of Service Flag and Honor Roll, Stoney Creek Village"|
|Scope & Content||
Program for the Dedication of Service Flag and Honor Roll, Stoney Creek Village. Printed pamphlet, black ink on manila paper, rectangular, folded in half widthwise, opening on the right side. The front reads:
"Dedication of Service Flag at Stoney Creek on Sunday, April 14, '18 at 3:30p.m.
Car leaves rochester 3:00 p.m. Service in charge of Prof. G. W. Logan of Rochester. "
The inside reads:
Facing page: " PROGRAM
Hymn - "am I a Soldier of hte Cross?" congregation
Prayer, J. B. Godfrey
Solo, Dr. Robert Cassels "
This program was to honor seven servicemen from Stoney Creek Village serving in WW I. There was a large red servicemen's flag, four (4) feet by six (6) feet with seven blue stars located on the white center, which was hung on a post and lintel pipe frame. the ceremony took place on a vacant lot called the "common" which was located between 999 and 947 East Tienken Road. the Stoney Creek comunity and the soldiers' parents paid for and hung the flag. All seven servicement returned home safely, following the war.
Prof. G. W. Logan was a professor at Rochester High School. J. B. Godfrey owned the store located on the corner of Tienken and Romeo prior to At the Sign of the Black and White Cow. Dr. Cassels was a local veterinarian. Mr. Cameron, a Ford employee and history buff, had a radio program about history on WCX (predecessor of WJR) on Sunday night. Mr. Peters and Mr. Davison were veterans of past wars. Mr. Beaubian -- profile unknown. Reverend Collycott was a minister at the Methodist Church for 30 years. Mr. Dawe was the organist at the Congregationalist Church.
Identification source: Interview with Alice D. Serrell, October 26, 1982