Clipped From The Daily Notes
SOCIAL 80TH BIRTHDAY OBSERVED Mrs. Richard W. Lesnett of Boyce Station gave a party at her home on Saturday, April 24, from 12 to 5, in honor of her mother, Mrs. Jennie F. Gundy's SOth birthday, which was on Sabbath, April 25. About 30 invited guests, some of whom wore Mrs. Gun uy; schoolmates and others her friends and neighbors, were present. A chicken dinner was served on trays. A pleasing sight was the birthday cake with its 8U pink and white candles. Mrs. Lcs.net t was assisted in serving by her sisteis, Mrs. S. I). Hart-man and Mrs. John Kenner, and her nieces, Mrs. V. G. Hartman and Miss Olive Hartnian. Those present were Mrs. Jennie. Gundy of Boyce Station, Mis. John Caldwell, Mrs. D. 'M. Ben-.nott, Mrs. Martha J. Lesnett, Mrs. Howard Rowley of Bridgeville; Mrs. John Kenner of Pittsburg; Mrs. Aaron Bell, Mrs. George Poone, Master Raymond Boone, Miss Rebecca Young and Miss Laura Young of Lawrence; Airs. Jennie Hickman, Canonsburg, P.. D. 3; Mrs. Joseph Hickman, Bridgeville, R. D.; Mrs. S. E. G iff in, Mrs. W. E. Boyce, Mrs. g. p. Harhna.n, Miss Olive Hartinan, Bridgeville, R. D. 3; Mrs. J. II. Freed, Miss Amanda Boyce, Mrs. Grant Baker, Mrs. W. G. Hart-, man, Mrs. R. W. Lesnett, Boyce Station. Mrs. Gundy received many beautiful gifts and postcards. Mrs. Gundy is one of the most active ladies of the community for her ape, f ml was the first baby that went into the Faw-cett's M. E. Church at Boyce Station.