October 2015
Issue No. 34
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Sylvan Brandt News

 Hello All!
Grand Re-Opening of the Antiques Loft  

Save the date! Saturday, October 17th we will be having our official grand re-opening of our Antiques Loft! You are not going to want to miss out on all the exciting deals and activities going on that day. We will also be doing a gift card giveaway! Simply show up and enter for your chance to win!

First Annual Chicken BBQ

In conjunction with our grand re-opening, we will also be hosting a chicken BBQ to benefit JRMF. JRMF is a non-profit that helps raise money to send children to church camp. Everyone loves chicken BBQ, the prices is great, and it's for a good cause - you can't go wrong!

Check out our blog for more information about all the exciting things happening October 17th! 

On Sale This Month!

Rustic Antique Oak Bench


This one-of-a-kind bench is made out of 300 year old Oak barn planks. Mention this ad for this month only and receive 20% off!

Call us today to learn more!
Featured Antique     
Angel Wing Blanket Chest 

This antique angel wing blanket chest is in gorgeous condition. It was probably built around the 1860s and features a faux finish in the shape of angel's wings. Do you see it?

  Stop by to see or buy this, as well as other antiques! 

What Is It?!

In this section, we feature unique antiques that we have discovered. Test your knowledge and see if you know what they are. Send us an e-mail to see if you are correct!

Out Of The Past

90 Years Ago
October 1, 1925
First-Ever High School Football Game
Lititz High has a wiser and better football team since that 38-0 defeat at the hands of Palmyra High.

All those red and black gridders needed was experience, and they got it. They may not win the next game against Elizabethtown on Saturday, but we're going to see a scrappier, peppier bunch than we saw last Saturday.
They seemed to have all the confidence in the world when they trotted onto the field. The came the kick off.
Lititz High won the toss and elected to receive. Wertsch caught the ball on downs and Palmyra scored their first touch down on rushes within five minutes.
Lititz was full of fight after that first touch down. That was their first lesson. They got mad. They tore thru that stone wall Palmyra line like tigers, but their experience lacked and they could not score. But it was thrilling to see those boys fight.
As the game progressed they learned and fought harder and harder. Coach Hunter sat motionless on the bench. His eyes followed the ball up and down the gridiron and he rarely spoke. He grit his teeth, bit his lips and clinched his fists till his nails cut into flesh, but he was helpless on the bench since the rules do not allow instructions to pass from the bench to the field.
Just the same, Coach Hunter should be congratulated. He took those boys, who knew absolutely nothing about the game, and converted them, within a month's time, into a fighting squad of gridders who took bumps, cuts and scratches with a smile.
On Saturday, they journey to Elizabethtown to meet the Patton Industrial School eleven of the Masonic Home, and the Saturday following is the big opening game at home. Preparations are being made to put the thing over big.

130 Years Ago
October 2, 1885
Pls. Don't Abvt.
We will be greatly obliged to all our correspondents if they never use abbreviations unnecessarily. Abbreviations are not in style with the most carefully conducted publications.

130 Years Ago
October 2, 1885
Or Take Your GPS
Two fair maidens of Warwick recently started in high glee to drive to Akron. They drove, frequently asking the way, but either they did not understand German or else were misdirected, and when they reached what they supposed to be their destination, they found themselves in Ephrata. Moral: Never drive away unless you have a gentleman guide.

* All stories are taken word for word out of the Lititz Record Express. They are credited with all research.

We are almost completely owned and operated by family, and here at Sylvan Brandt we believe in that - family and home. We believe in preserving our past - that our past is what shapes our future. We believe that everyone deserves respect and love, and that collaboration will get us far. We want to help you preserve our strong American history and make your home one-of-a-kind. We promise to treat you like family and want to work together with you to make your home a history-rich sanctuary.




The Sylvan Brandt Crew
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Where Did We Ship To Last Month?!

 Elm, PA
Lititz, PA
Lancaster, PA
Washington D.C.
Pico Rivera, CA
East Earl, PA
 Downington, PA
East Norriton, PA
Parkesburg, PA
Monroe, MI
Hatfield, PA
Southampton, NY
Camp Hill, PA
Hampton, AR
Fairfield, CT
Columbia, MD
Warrington, PA
Newtown, PA
Reinholds, PA
Lake Worth, FL
Souderton, PA
Plainfield, NH
Rodeo, CA
Riverside, IL
Centreville, MD