Great Falls Weekly Tribune, Friday November 30, 1894
A 3 9 c g 1, t I t n D s ( li A PLEASANT UIRtPRISE PARTV. A Party Pays a ViUit to John Spencer's Rlanch at Sau River. A party of about 50 friends of Mr. and Mrs. John Spencer made arrangements Saturday night to go out to Mr. Spencor's Spencor's Sun River ranch and pay them a surprise party visit. The party was a great success, all except the surprise tart of it, for the plans of the party leaked out in some mysterious way and they found host and hostess fully prepared prepared for them with a royal spread, so that the provieions they had brought along worn not called into requ.sition. A ninet onjoyayle evening was passed with it oic lancing and cards, Mr. A. C. Coleman, S. S. Hawkins and Miss Estella l-trroll ontlrtained the company with atngs, which were highly appreciated. The (,reat I-'ali party left hero Saturday Saturday )tlaut i p. no. tand did not get hack till about .1 o'clock Sueday morning. 'h'liy unanimously report it royal good good time, The following comprise the party which left (treat Ialls and many other- dripped in frot Siun lover and vicinity: Judge S. S. Hawkins, Mrs. George A. Itoedan. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Wealstar, Mrs. K. W. King, Mr. and Mrs. .1. K. Lyons, Misses M)yer, Patteratn Patteratn and Ciltiatu; Messrs. I larry illis, A. C. (olemitan, Prank (loss, John A. Colline, Colline, Ii. Mclvor.