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He is in the U.S. Naval Reserve Force, stationed near Hampton, and is discharged on August 28, 1919. Throughout the year, he has dental problems plus has his appendix removed in June.
He begins college at St. Stephens on August 18, 1919. He tells about his classes and grades and his membership in Tu Sigma Alpha Epsilon. St. Stephens College is now Bard College.
He is at St. Stephens during the school year and goes to Camp Houghteling and Mobridge, South Dakota during the summer.
He is at St. Stephens during the school year and completes his studies. He goes to Mobridge and Fort Yates, South Dakota during the summer.
September 26, 1922, Rev. Sayre enters the General Theological Seminary in New York City as a candidate for the ministry under Bishop Burleson and spends his summer in Sioux Falls, South Dakota doing missionary work.
He is at General Theological Seminary in New York City during the school year and at Church of Incarnation, Dallas, South Dakota during the summer. He preaches his first sermon on June 24, 1923.
He is at General Theological Seminary in New York City during the school year and spends the summer in Hampton and visiting relatives.
He is at General Theological Seminary in New York City during the school year. On April 19, 1925 he is ordained a Deacon at St. John's Church in Hampton, Virginia by Bishop Burleson, the bishop of South Dakota. August 2, 1925 is his first Sunday in his First Parish in Mobridge, South Dakota. He meets Marjorie Renison, his future wife, sometime in the fall.
On March 6, 1926 he mentions his feelings for œMiss Renison. He is ordained by Rt. Rev. Arthur Conover Thompson at St. John's Church in Hampton, Virginia on March 18, 1926. At St. John's Church, he celebrates his first Holy Eucharist as a Priest on March 21, 1926. He writes on April 5 that he œsealed his engagement with Miss Marjorie Renison.
In April he left South Dakota to go assist Dr. George Thomas of St. Paul's Church in Kenwood, Chicago, Illinois. On April 7, 1927 he notes on top margin, œImportant - my ideas¦